Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on November 22, 1925 · 29
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12 PARTS Part. rare. 1Nrwo. 0--raublooit. 1 2sporling Autos. 7-14ornomeo rfeturelb 'Work rte. 01-1-brio mot. Mufti. 3-11 Pa 1 IVO osto, 0-6.rwirtr 411-..-Firtnre Sevtilla 10M at a in. 12 Parts'. t-it oymicit. ant A4e. : PART TWO ; 4 SPORTS MARKETS f I , ..0.0. A , , - mmal 11111111011 -.ENCEIEN. 11AtilEIllil,Rr.SIRH....4....'4...i'::.:-11'11.1.C11..I.GliN .RUINS: .,t . . - --- T play,. tii Stga - -. . - .flIIIIIGE TV-IICE; -o:::::::'';::-',---i-i7;-a;-;GO..pi.11E11S':,,.1611-lift 1 , , , , , . ,;, , :,.,, -,- - tti a...F111.1,S1131011 I ,.,.,-,:.- GOOD-BY! REV, ,liIIPPTSi."....3.5...:jo,.....:0:1' 4 Lowry, Lewis Give Purple Early Lead. 1 THEY GALLOP 0:1 I .... , -.....,... ..,.z. lal ntearurhuecrihtdyrneBrittort. 2; tridiL Safety ic,rEE DAME 1131. N. V. 1101. ..c. ialsh-troschsh... L. E. Seidel-Dovielt-Edds Johnson RefereeMasker 'Northwestern. tmoire scIand-MeMullen .. L. T Rahr-Coben I Sehommer t Chicago. Field jucigeEearns J. nth-Marelli.....L. G . Lowry. 1 De Paull. Head linesmanLipski (Chi- Ymels-Boeringer C. Sieberman esgo I . I verHanousek ...E. G Schuler-Bruce pliatki-MeNt a'on . R. T ,--- Iiarold Grange, who discarded his Etio.s Mist .....K. E.. M athew s-Sch teller Baker it bdt-flan'n-Seh'r . L. H earien-Frelli.R. .... H White-Gustafson I famous " 77 " sweater in Columbus TApIria . itsdi-fisn'n-Seh'r L. H Baker I Csdr-liearnen-Freltill..H.... White-Gustafson InsitElinght ,.....F.B Lewis IronebdownsLowri. Enright. Flanagan. Points alter touchdownsBaker. Enright. Goal from fieldLewis. liefemeMardisohn i Michigan. Umpire d tMiehigani. Field judgeJudge Knight pa-unoutht. Head linesmanWyman Msmai. . - BY FRANK SCHREIBER. Mileage 'Tribune nose serviee.1 (Pictures on page 3.) 1 Notre Dame, Ind.. Nov. 21.---ESpe- I elatTwo brilliant charges by the , . , cavalrymen swept 1 - .., a,- - - . the 'University of 1 - - - 74', Notre Dame foot-1 , 4, 1 -I' ''' I ., ball team to a 13 ! I. . . ,.. I to fighting , I a f---- it western universi- I -.: 4 ty eleven on Par- I 1 , -a' ,,,,- tier field today. 1 o 1 pee That charge came ! i . 4c -, in the third quar-1 ' 1 ter with the No- . . ,,.. . ,,. , el tre Dame boys on .. --I.' the short end of I- a 10 to 0 score, , '' and the charging '',. I -1. 1 s'''''S consisted of two s-,11 , great rushes up , , . the field for two Tea towaY. touchdowns which iTEIBUNIE Photo-1 meant victory. But Notre Dame's warriors knew ethPy had been In a battle, for there's many a bruise and bump tonight in the camp of General Rockne to bear witness of the savage fighting of the Purple wildcats. And there's many a Kotre Dame rooter who will say that Rockne's boys were in the toughest light they have had this season, for the Purple battled to the end to pull the game out of the fire. ' rurple Gets 10-0 Lead.' Northwestern had all the better If the contest during the first two periods. At half time the Evanston 1 battlers were out In front, 10 to O. Not i only did the Purple outplay and out- I tame the Notre Dame men in the first 1 halt but they demonstrated a super- tority so greats that it was only by 1 harsh words that poach Rockne was We to boace his forces for the start Df the third period. But how well Rockne addressed his ten in that brief Intermission between halves was demonstrated before the third period was five minutes old. The Notre Dame cavalry troops swung into tction as if mounted on fresh steeds Ind they rushed the faltering Purple Isck to the Northwestern goal twice ' Ind scored the two touchdowns which Provided the wiztrdng margin. The Purple braced in the third quarter. but the boys from Evanston couldn't over' anis that advantage held by the Roams Inert and they died fighting-- tut the way they died made even the Irinning team's rooters cheer ani theer theta again. True to his custom. Ilockne started ks shock troops. For the first five tihutes It was rather an even contest, but after that the Faarple disPlayed a little horsemanship of their tern and rode rough shod over the Pock, seconds. With the aid of a tortes et rushes by Eaker White. and Loris the Purple drove the ball down into Notre Dame's territory time after t!the, but couldn't cross the line. Then the Wildcats opened up with a wider Ismet, paker and White tore off the tads for good gains until the ball WAS brOtight to the Notre Dame 30 . yard II". Right here the well schooled toe t Tiny Levet Purple full back, was teoteht Into play. Standing on the Nat'l Dome 40 yard mark. wit,h Christ-tan bolding the ball. Lewis sent a ;lace kick between the uprights for 3 Pots and a lead for the Purple. Zorkne Orders Cavalry to Front. At the start of the second quarter. Irtr.nt Northwestern again started drivItt III the Ilekt. Gen,. Rockne decided ....t les shock troops and the home Pecefos bad been shocked enough and SI ttoted orders for his cavalry deaehmett of regulars to prepare for wtHolL Tett men swept on to the field to that substitution of cavalry for ''''4tztr7. the only man remaining from '44' ortenal lineup being J. Smith, a t-,et - - '1'1 the cavalry evidently wasn't !trnated on Its best horses. In fact. .- Eeeda employed by the horsemen 1 ths recnnd quarter seemed slow 11'1 11Theiering arid their work was .st!7 a trifle better than that of the 10'Jt Noldlers gang. came a break which enabled t,6 Purple to count its touchdown and crL.P'1818 Its lead to 10 points. Cav. :man, Edwards was standing in poi- ,.11 4 to runt on his four yard line at I r,oirat wher e the sun cast the shadow t.'-o os.ai goal posts across his shout. :i,, ,,,.'rs; Awards muffed the pass from l '; li.1-er 11S dropped it completely and l. ? .7ever alert Capt. Tim Lowry of r T L, hwesiern came charging through. 4 , I - , aa r1T "Vr the ball on the ground. lie ',a 0, -, -s d for it and got it. Tim didn't Aimee of getting up and de- ,: 4.'',,'''P'1 a his a Progress. lie crawled on his . rls and knees four yards across the attanted cc page 2, eel SULU 54 7 OHM 191. 11.1Mc013 114i. Cunningham L.E Kassel Nichols ...... - ..... L. T MarrinQr Reed, Meyers. Young. Lake u ...... ..... L.G Shively Klein C. L.Reitsch. Wick horst Hess. McCarthy- 0..11. a Mittenwaltner Uridil . , R.T Brown. Frable Rowan, Gorrill, D'Ambrosis. Wilson. Atiterman R.E Muhl Grim. Wendler. Grange, Leonard. Robin Bell Q. n Gallivan Clark. Marek L.1.1 Green as ...I., ILLT.,-. - so vo U. V ratite Rowan. Gorrill, D'Ambroaia. Wilson. Atiterm an R.E Muhl Grim. Wendler. Grange, Leonard. Robin Bell Q.B Gallivait Clark. Marek 1.4.11 Green M &reit. Wentz. Mitchell .... 4 . R. 11 Britton Rarow. Robin Bell. - Bob Bell F B Dangherity TouchdownsBritton. Kassel. Mareit. Points after touchdowneBrittort. 2; tridiL Safety Daugherity. RefereeMasker Ilgorthweeterni. tmpire Schommer t Chicago I . Field i udgeRearn a 1De Paull. Head linetimanLipski (Chicago. yesterday and announced he would soon enter the ranks of professional football players, will ar- v rive in Chicago .;4-41:4 .7 ii early this morning. Before noon the pro contracts for most ' celebr ated star ç - will be signed and the hullaba loo ' that has centered , on him for a week - will be over. Grange comes to Chicago to confer with Charles C. EARL BRION. Pyle, Champaign theater man, who has been called " Red's " manager; the management of the Chicago Bears, the. atrical booking agents,- and Florida real estate promoters. Before Grange doffed the old " 77 " he thrilled 85,00k football fans, the second largest crowd ever assembled around a gridiron, and led his Inini teammates to a thrilling 14 to 9 lactory over Ohio State. During the game Grange made none of the spectacular runs that has gained him fame, but he made many good gains and gave the assembly some of the thrills they had expected. Despite numberless rumors, to one but Red himself could tell definitely of his future plans last night. And Grange didn't do much talking. Red told Tss TRIEVNE that he hadn't signed, but would sign up for the pro games today. He said he still isn't elear as to all of the contracts he will sign. Ma denied that Pyle had autbarity to sign any contract for him. It is practically assured that Grange will be in the Cub park this afternoon when the Chicago Bears take to the field. Red will not be in uniform; but he said last night that he would meet the players today. ,'his apparently is in preparation for his appearance in a Bear uniform on Thanksgiving day. What Red Will Get. Although the ananagement of the Bears refuse to discuss their proposed contract, it is reported Grange will be offered a fiat guarantee. It is $2,000 for every game he plays. It is also said that Red 'will receive 45 per cent of all money above $14,000 taken in r at Cub park on Thanksgiving. ' 1 Normblly the Bears and Cards draw aboutJ14,000 in the Thanksgiving day game.'' In a crush the Cubs' park can hold a gate of $70,000. and Red's share of that gate would be about $28,000. That amount, added to the $2,000 be will get in the contract, would give Grange about $30.000 for a dara work. (Continued on page 2, column 74 Benny ,Eriedtdan Tops Scorers in Big Ten Battles Benny Friedman of Michigan. one of the best forward passers ever seen In the Western conference is the l' leading Big Tee t. , point winner for I - 1925. IIe took the A.' lead from Nick -,4' - i's I Kutsch of Iowa t 48,041::: yesterday with a : 'i, ) total of 52 points N' .40- 1 clt,:r to 49 for Kutsch. -. i The Iowan has t not scored a point i ,...," for four games, , while Friedman has been closing .1 up. lie scored five goal kicks I yesterday. Benny Oosterbean Of Br.NNT IrRts:DmAN. Michigan scored . 1TELLEVIC11 Photo.) two touchdowns yesterday on Friedman's passes and is in third place, a point behind Kutsch with 48. Oosterbaan is the leading touchdown maker of the' Big Ten with 8. Last year Grange led the Big Ten with 13 touchdowns. Molenda of Michigan and McAndrews of Wisconsin each scored two touchdowns yesterday. This puts lkiolenda into a tie with Red Grange for fifth place. Grange made -six this year. The leading point scorers of the Big Ten for 1925 ere: Tot. T. tFG. PAT Friedman. 311eh.,..,".52 4 2 22 Hutse8. Iowa. 49, 0 3 4 Oosternsan. Mich 43 8 0 0 A imatust. Al innemot 4.4 5 7 0 3 Grange. 118noi4 39 6"-----, o o 18 Mends. Mien man... 30 0 0 0 H. Harmon. Wiee...-32 3 0 14 petilsw, Minnesot4..-31 4 0 7 Wares. Purdue 31 4 2 1 MeAndrews. Wise 30 5 0 0 Joestuit. Minesets 30 5 0 0 Merkubrad. Purdue 30 5 0 0 MJCI!IBRII .flUiSJ Victory Gives Them' Claim on Title. , THE TITLE MARCH I MICIIIGAN 35. MDTNESOTA 10. 1 Oosterbaan L. E Tuttle Edwards. R. Babe'lL. LT , Drill. Maeder )3aer. Gabel L. G. Hansoa prown . .0 Mack'on. C'per M'Ivri Loretto. Dewey R. G Walsh Hawkins R. T Meld Flora. Grube R. E Wheeler Friedman Q. B.Aren'e. Aster. Pep'w Girt, Miller. Puller !.. 11...Almquist, Nydahl ; Webber, Gregorg. R. H......Murrel, O'Brien ! Molenda. Stamma. Jr. B.. .... Joesting l TouchdownsMolenda t 21, Oosterbaan 21. 1 Gilbert. Points after touchdownsFriedman i I 5 I . RefereeE iehols Oberlin I. Umpire! Young Illinois Wesleyan; Field judge i Eiethley Hlinois. Head linesnianGardiner tillinois I . . BY JAMES CRUSINBERRY. ttbleage Tribune Press Service. (Pictures on page 3.) Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 21.(Special.---Michigan crushed Minnesota this afternoon on Ferry field. 35 to 0, and tonight shares the conference grid championship with Northwestern, but I if a fellow dares to mention the name Northwestern on the streets here he is likely to be thrown for a ten yard loss. If Mr. Yost's boys had that Purpie wildcat over here undoubtedly 1 they would ring its neck. The Michigan team was immense, and after it scored a touchdown in the' first quarter, the result never was In doubt. rts running and smashing and forward passing attack upset Dr. Spears sophorrere machine almost at will, while the Michigan line stopped that trio of stars, Joesting, Almquist and Murrell, from start to finish. It was seldom one of them could gain over two yards and often they were thrown for big losses. The fa- mous Minnesota shift was a bloomer. The Gophers shifted and shifted and kept on shifting like a lot of hop toads and every time they shifted, the Michigan line shifted with them and knocked them fiat as soon as the ball was snapped. To the Michigan team that shift was about as puzzling as a dog's bark. Molenda, Gilbert Shine. True it is that Minnesota fought for the championship with a crew mostly sophomores. but Mr. Yost rather. out sophomored Dr. Spears in the battle today. Three Michigan sophs did the big business on the field. Bo Molenda, Louis Gilbert and Oosterbaan. all playing their first year on the varsity. Molenda tore great boles . in the Min. ner7,e!ta line and crashed through the middle and off tackle for big gains. He scored two oi4 the five touchdowns, one corningin the first-quarter for the first score when be went -titfelteh a wide hole opened by Hawkins and-J,ovett and plunged on shaking off a en..vple of tacklers until he had covered rk yards for a touchdown. In the second quarter Bo plunged through for a touchdowu from the one yard line. It was Gilbert who did sensational , open field running, the big thrill of the game being produced by him in the last quarter when be intercepted a forward pass on his own 40 yard line and dashed 6() yards down the right side of the field for a touchdown. In the second quarter he caught a punt and returned it 35 yards before being downed. and in the same period he darted through a hole in the right side of the line and made twenty yards to the one yard line, from which point Molenda carried the barl over. Gilbert did the punting. too, and always got his kicks off for long distances. Youngsters Carry the Burden. Oosterbaatt. as usual. started in receiving forward passes and scored two touchdowns by grabbing Friedman's passes back of the goal line. On two or three other occasions be snatched a pass out of the air for a big gain, and besides be was a whale on defense, often throwing a Minnesota man for a big loss when an attempt was made to circle his end. yes. sir.'Minnesota may have some star sophomores, but It was the Michigan youngsters who did the stuff today. Besides fighting for the conference championship the two teams were battling for possession of the well known little brown jug which has been a trophy for these annual contests for several years though what any one wants with a brown jug in these times is difficult to understand. The jug was useful when It was first put up many years ago. The boys aren't lighting for it for the good it can do now. but for the good it has done. Michigan now can place it in the trophy room for another year, but there is to be no pouring from it. ' 47,000 See Struggle. Strange as it may seem. for this final game of the season, regular Indian summer weather prevailed. It was the kind of day we should have in October when we had snow. There was bright sunshine and a warm and balmy breeze from the southwest. The field was In good condition, though there was snow on it only a few days ago. 'It was the kind of a field on which the IWolverine would like to meet North. ' western with the latter's habits of giving away safeties. A capacity crowd of 47.000 was present. All scats had been sold many ' days ago. Undoubtedly there was another 47,000 over at Detroit who would T 1:2 tFG. :PAT. 4 T., western with the latter's habits of riv0 3 4 tag away safeties 8 0 0 A capacity crowd of 47.000 was present. All scats had been sold many 0 0 0 days O. Undoubtedly there was an3 o 14 other 47,000 over at Detroit who would - 4 2 0 7 1 I like to have attended. The scrimmage 4 5 0 Olfor seats was equaled only by the 5 0 01 scramble today for victuals. Any time 5 0 Oyu pour half as many as 47.000 into To uchtio itns. ineld g"1"Pinta after 1tContinued on pate 2, enigma e.) to ticiluu w NOTRE DAME CAVALRY GALLOPS TO VICTORY WORLD'S. Half Back Flanagan of Notre Dame, after smashing his way through th; Northwestern line, plunged on over the goal line for the cavalry's second touchdown in third quarter of game at South Bend. The score brouot victory to Notre Dame by the narrow margin of three points. ITRIZIWNE Photo.) Lindblom Wins High School Title Again (Picture on page 3.) Lindblom's eleven yesterday won the championship of the city public high schools for the second successive year. Playing before an overflowing crowd at White City park. Coach E. L. Moore's grid machine duplicated its feat of last season by swamping Parker, 40 to O. Parker was no match for the champions. The far south siders were outplayed from the start They never had an opportunity to score and seldom were able to stop Lindblom's smashes through the line, runs around the ends or forward passes. At the end of the first quarter the score was 20 to 0; and at the end of the half it was 27 to O. The remaining points were counted in the third session. , Diehl First to Score. 'Antonides, Diehl, Stears and Shurtleff tore the brunt of Lindblom's attack, g-alloping for long runs almost as they pIeasd. The Lindblom line, too, was strongkZ.than expected. After advanVng the ball to Parker's 20 yard line in ,,the first five minutes. Lindblom scoredN4t3 first touchdown when Biehl broke through center and crossed the goal line. No-t - Antouldes scored the vecond touch- - down when he grabbed a, s0,. Yard Pass - from Steers and galloped Zeress the goal lina Shurtlefr counted the third L after a dash of SO yards. Two points after touchdowns brought the toarkt to 20 points. Early in the second period Gtzstavai stopped a. Lindblom attack by inter- .1 cepting a pass, and then proceeded to make one of Parker's two first downs. This rally was short lived, for Lind- T blom soon took the ball and marched' g 40 yards to a touchdown with Antonides. Steam, Hisler, and Mehl carrying the ball. Diehl made the score. Parker's Passes Fail racing a 27 tq 0 disadvantage, Parker desperately tried to complete long passes as the third quarter got under b way. A short toss, Gustaval to Lutz. gained 10 yards but that was the end of Parker's ground gaining. A bit b later Shurtleff tore around right end for a sixty yard run and a touchdown. t Near the end of the third period the e final touchdown was scored. Antonides b tossing a long aerial to Biehl who p raced 56 yards. Lineup: IMMBLO3E L401. PARES-R. 01. P'roberg Lutz leapt, .4 Crane- L.P.......... Van Dersbot Marvel . L. Geist I -MurobY 14.G.... Bauman I t:) Seymour R.T ...... Williams S Ander15012 R E. ...... Riblinr ' v )Antouides esitA-1- Smith ik Biehl . ......... H Gustaval Shuttle" R. H. ....... Frary I Steers - F B Ferner Touelidown.iBiehl 3). Shrtrtieff 121. An- : , tonkies. Points alter tou,hdownsBiehl Ft 1. Substitutes: For LindblomL. Johnson for ! a Berry. C. Johnson for Froberg. O'Brien for Seymour. Rimers& for &hurtleE. Hester for 8 Kuneranit Berelielz for Hester. 13orelli for Stumkus, Belanti for Shimkus Sburtiell for Belanti Aberson for Steam Harrier Detours as Cow Horils,iii; Finishés 45th Akron, 0. Nov. 21.---(AP)---An angry cow threatened to break up Akron university's participation in an Ohio. college cross-country run at Wooster, a. today. Taylor. the Akron runner, disturbed the bovine's grazing as he crossed a pasture and was chased so far out of his path that he finished in .4.'ith place. COLLEGE FOOTBALL - RESULTS WEST. Michigan, 35; Minnesota., O. Wisconsin, 20; Chicago" 7. Indiana, 0; Purdue, O. lhwis, II; Ohio State, 9. Notre Dame ' 13; Northwestern, 10. Kansas, 10; Missouri, 7. Loyola, 13; John Carroll, 7. Iowa State, 7; Drake, 6. Haskell Indians, 16; Creighton, 7. Wabash, 22; De Pauw, O. De Paul, 13; La Crosse, 13. Oklahoma, 28; Washington, O. Marquette, 13; North Dakota, O. Carnegie Tech, 18; St. Louis, Z. EAST. ; Yale, 0; Harvard, O. Army, 41; Ursinius, 0- , - Columbia, 46; Alfred, 0.' - Syracuse, 17; Niagara, O. - Lafayette 14; Lehigh, O. Brown, 38'; New Hampshire, 11. Holy Cross, 48; Boston U., O. Rutgers, 7; New York U, 6. Swarthmore, 70; Haverford, 13. Butler, 9; Centenary. 0- Wash. and Lee, 11; N- C. State, O. & 31, 23; Roanoke, 0 Tulane, 16; Louisiana State, 0- 31ercer. 21; Oglethorpe, 6. FAR WEST. , Southern California, 18; Iowa, - Stanford, 26; California, 11- Washington, 78; Puget Sound, 7. Oregon Aggies, 16; U. of Idaho, 7. Brigham Young, 16; Montana, St.. 7. .iiimmlwi0iMMO SOUTH. MICHIGAN AND PURPLE IN TIE FOR GRID TITLE 1 , - - - . '- W-liverines Win Five' t,,,, , il -qnd Lose One. 1 tB7 Associated Drawl '. I , I 1 - western conference football chainpionslaip ,horS for 1925 are divided between Ittahlgau and Northwestern. 1ttich1gan haswon five conference vie- tories to three 'or Northwestern. Each has one defeat but the Michigan de- nds N feat WAB at theh Of orthwest- a ern while Northwestern wasp defeated by Chicago, which ilnished in seventh place. 1,, Wisconsin also t, three games and lost one, but yraa kd to a tie by Minnesota. - The five Michigan ictories were over Indiana, Wisconsfn, Illinots. Ohio State and Minnesota. The three Nurthwestern victories were ol,fr Indiana Michigan and Purdue. ' It Not since the days of he power- flit Michigan teams of ISi4 and 1917 I has a Big Ten team - rol, ed up an many points as the Michigan team this the year, a total of 227, while only score against them was thP North western field goaL Their t average score for the eight games. ! eluding nonconference, was Over 23. t1T 1917 . Michigan scored 3C4 points in ten games, but opponents scored 3 In that year, also. Northwestern pushed them out of the champlonshi bY a 21 to 12 defeat In the last gam of the season. The conferetce standing for 1 925, Including total scores of all gam s. 101- I lows: Ono. Pty. lq.. L. TIP4-, Pt I-IL WI iA til zan . 5 1 0 007 3 24; art it wfaern 3 1 0 041 (19 Wiseonfte 3 1 1 331 541 34 tnneeota 21 : 01 1:: 1.591 Iowa 2 13 0 121 74 Illtinia Chteage " " 1 44 73 tfhio State 1 3 1 55 -". Purdue 0 3 1 124i ' . . Inthana ..... .,..... a 1. 102 1 a 57,000 See Fighting Harvard Team Battle Yale to 0-0 Tie BY WESTBROOK PEGLER. tehleago Tribune Press Service. Cambridge. Mass., Nov. 21.---Specia1.Harvards dreary football season came to a happy ending just at dusk this afternoon as the whistle raised Its piping note, ending the game with Yale In a scoreless standoff. The grate Yale attack, which was to have beaten Princeton but did not, was matched by a Harvard defense that stopped Yale five times when the Blue 1;ections of the stands were calling for. a touchdown that they had every reason to expect. Harvard played a strictly defensive game but it Is only fair to note that Yale kept the Crimson in a defensive posture throughout the struggle and that there were only four times when Harvard had possession of the ball in Yale's country. Yale Starts With Rush. Yale on the other hand. went at the historic business of the big game with a sweep and a rush that seemed certain to carry the ball across for at least one touchdown and a quite substantial entry in the Yale catalog of Big Three victories. Although both teams had been beaten before. Harvard three times and Yale twice, these unpleasant matters were far frnm the minds of thq 57,000 who blanketed the somewhat antiquated edifice surrounding Soldiers field. It was Harvard and Yale to them and the only football game of the season that really mattered. - - '- ' They came swinging Into the premises. with Blue or Crimson. feathers jabbed Into lapels or hatbands, discharging joyous defiance into the mellow atmosphere of ' a-- gentle , Indian , summer day and they crowned the air from time to time with the measured thunder of the same old. stirrirg cans , that once heartened Shevlin and Coy, 'Diftlee and Percy Haughton:, Day Fumbles a Punt. , , The -Yale people might have been I warned by the unfortunate episode with Princeton a week ago that con& de-nce goeth before- a kick in the coat 1 tails. T But they could not negotiate the i vaguest idea of defeat as they came I spurting throtigh the runways Into the stadium to celebrate another conquest 'I , lof-Harvard. In fact, it had been made known in something stronger than a mere hint from New Haven, that Yale would not only beat Harvard ini this season of Harvard's weakness - but would try to rub' It In by scoring a Idozen touchdowns. . 1 The game began somewhat accord: ing to this plan, too, for Izzy Zarakov, i the , Boston pant8 merchant's boy, a i bird of strange plumage in a back field I that has been manned since the beginnings of football by the aristocracy of !old New England, fumbled a punt In ;his nervousness early in the first quarter and put Yale in the way of a rush 3 i for a touchdown. The ball boomed off ' Izzy's chest and Potts, Yale end, re- I covered. - - : Here, then, was Yale, with the bel ' on Harvard's :5 yard line in the first 1 i few minutes of play and a nervous, ' desperate Crimson team falling into I positien to stand off a pounding charge I at the goaL The Harvard line wavered i and liarted as Noble 'and Allen of Ille !lurched through to the 12 yard line in Ithree plunges. , , Then Izzy Zarakov found himself and made a play that seemed to steady , Harvard for the defense that never j failed. . ' I Izzy Muffs.Another One. i Noble got away for a dash at the !goal and with nobody in front of him i Izzy brought him down from behind, four yards from the crossbar. Harvard then threw back a smash at the lisle. The next attempt was a short - rs :: ..,:.. , , , . - ' ., ---',,-1 I BY HARVEY WOODRUFF. , ,, ,.. : -... 4 ' , :-, , , t ,,, ,,,' : ., 1-11 I ', '::.' kv ;. - , '. '3,, ' , ',., 4 ,I ''e-',.,', wisco(nPstinct:r13aeadogriterePa. . , t ., :',:: - . ,- - , :4, ,, -' '1 !patronizingly underrated around the , , , . .,, ,,,, - 4, , :'-', - 1 Big Ten because g . . . , k, s .. ,..., , I Cif an early defeat gweho3-h)a; been , ,., , ''' ' '''I i by Michigan, . ,:.'7', ----"7.., " 1 , . ' .. -1, " - , st ,6 . ,t . ....-, .. .... ,., 4. , - ,- , -,, v,-- 1 which a n unex. ,'s .. ,.., .....; 5 .,.... ,,,,,, ....,, ,. ..,. p ec t e d victory I, ,4' over Iowa did not , 4 7 , . entirely e f f a c es , 4 over the goal line for the cavalry's rose to the occa- sion in their final narrow margin of three points. . s game and crowned i' walliil MG' 3: lent I It Oe 4 3their e h lc success 15-1., coaching new chi '''.::".:s thting Harvard 1 I when they downed 1 'ale 'to 0-0 T ie roc Chicago's Ma- rA field yesterday. 20 rivrn 'HENDERSON. to 7. trtnu NE Photo.' -, . . It was the first Cardinal -victory ... BO DECISION ' over the Alaroons since 1920. vi-hen , ' .. I Allan Davey booted the only three TALE (IL points of that contest, and DadgeesupHARVARD 101. E 4orters. more than 10,000 strong Sayles. Doherty -.L. Potts. SWIM' Lindner L. T jowl among the 34.000 spectators. left no Kiltrour. Dale7 . v doubt of their joy as they snake Ter' -L. G 0. Sturbahn danced over the gridiron at the con- C Burt . C. Bradford .....11. G Webster elusion of a spectacular contest. far Coady, Pratt. more thrilling in its rapid change of E. Taylor ford .1t.E,......Gill. Braille,' IL l'.. Butterwm111 fortunes than i the score indicates. Brad Cheek rosby (J. B. arishe irk. Bunnell Badgers' C4mteback Complete. C Lai Noble. Cutler. Zarakov. . Cottle By this victory 'Wisconsin takes its Chauncey R. B Mina. Stone. place in the Conference sun, one of Miller .F. B Allen. Foote four elevens which have lost only one Wadsworth. Oaidwell game during this season of Upsets. RefereeFA- C. Quirky Ist- Mare 1 - Um. The men from Madison have beaten sireTom Thorpe (Columbia). Field Judge Io 1 wa Purdue and Chicago, tied Minns- J. E. Liget-Roll Dartmouth'. LineemanFred Murphy i Brown I. sota and lost to Michigan. And if any one thinks Badger partisans are not proud of that showing, he should have forward pass and this time Izty seen the Stagg field celebration, which hugged Fishwick's knees as the Yale i was carried to downtown restaurants quarter picker the ball out of the air. last night. Once more. Yale tried the short pass Wisconsin was a better team than for the touchdown, but Cheek. liar- the Maroons yesterday. it scored sevyard captain. Intercepted and so the enteen first downsseven by forward ball went out 20 yards and Harvard's !passesto nine for Its rivals. Its at1 1011DGERS Ilifti! 1ilAROgliS1SLIPS INTO VICTORY t Punch at End Wins , for Cardinal. goal had been saved. Another punt, early In the second quarter, was Izzy's undoing. Playing deep, be lost the ball in the glare of the setting sun- The kick obviously was bound for the goal line. and Zarakov should have let it go, to be brought out to the 20 yard line. In. stead, Izzy fought the ball like a re. emit third baseman and it pranced about, close to Harvard's goal with two Yale men running low to gather it up. Dolph Cheek saved the situation, with a long eat leap, and covered the ball on the three yard line, but Izzy Zara. kov was beckoned to the sidelines and Chauncey took his place. Stop Desperale Yale Rash. The real Yale attack was turnel against Harvard's stubborn line in the second half. Once Yale crowded the ball to Harvard's sixteen yard line and twice subsequently was held within a few yards of the goal. In fact, 10 A FAST FINISH WISONSIN tt01. Po laakt. (Ci. Canberou. man. Long. L. Iir .tamp. A pits Nilson .. L. T.. .,. (C 1 Hent!erson 511pek L. 0 Ilibben. Neg. - Borden. Itedden Wilke 0 K. Bowe Lwrson R. 0 .Pokramt. Woi 2 B swish l Leitl..,.... LT II obscheid Burro. R R .Clark. McDonough Crotoot ....... .....ct B Drain. Curley McAndrews L. 11...Rerweia.Mlitnney D. Harmon. B.. 1:1 'darks Barnum . F. B....McCarty. . Thorne TouchdownsMcCarty. D. Harmon. McAn- Idrew.. Barnum. Points alter touchdowns, Drain. D. Bannon ( 21. RefereeC. E. Eldredge (Michigan. rm- preP Palms 1 Tafel. Field iudgeM er et Morton M 1c1ugan1. Head linesmanPerry Graves (Illinois'. ..... . BY IIARVEY WOODRUFF. 1 - . .... Bus Carrying Wheatcrt Eleven Kills Man, 85 Monmouth. Ill.. Nov. 21.--A motor bus carrying the Wheaton, college football team , to Macomb struck Charles Lieura nee, E,S. near here today, killing him instantly. 1..leurance was an inmate of the Warren county borne. tack at all times looked more dangerous in its possibilities. Its ends refused to be outflanked by Kernwein's end runs. which Chicago employed so successfully against Dartmouth. and Its forward passing even with its beat heaver on the side lines through injuries contribute41 heavily to the ultimate result. emit third baseman and It pranced , Wbconsin Shows Punch. about, close to Harvard's goal with two Yet from the start of the second peYale men running low to gather it up. riot, until well into the teal quarter. Dolph Cheek saved the situation with the Badgers were on the short end of a long eat leap and covered the ball the count. But Wisconsin's represen. on the three yard line, but Izzy Zara. tatives were playing .. with confidence "v u Wa3 n beckoned ed d and alertness. , confident that, the ha . break eventually would come their s cteoyp took way, and when they did come the men Chauncey onh is tepolaTale the e- sli Rush. sidelines an , The real Yale attack was turned M from adison had the reserve power against Harvard's stubborn line in the to push over in the final quarter the second half. Once Yale crowded the two touchdowns that meant victory and celebration' Badgers were fresher - batwiliceto nIivabsrvegarude'ristslyixtweeansyharedldlinweitahnidn . at the end than the wearied Maroons who bad seen whatever chance tbey had of victory slip away by the flint. afeettewfroyranrdtsheofgothate line Is In facts sthlee ble route just as it did at Champaign. ball lbalayooyclheenndtinhge itt-heisgtlpierced game poilenrc a While Chicago completed six of thir- ation that Harvard doubtless will call passes passes ffir 61 yards. Whiconsin's a morarvictorY, - . aerial attack was the more effective be- sithtue. It was the whole Ilarvar4 team that I cause a majority of the nine completed held firmly in the critical moments. paeee of the sixteen tried for 92 yards . but the Ilarvard line it was that gain came at times when they were caused Yale most trouble when they needed te progress toward a touch. were fighting in freer territory. Tale's I down. . big line faded repeatedly as Harvard I Then when the Badgers were within forwards went hurtling through to striking distance. Barnum or McAn . worry punters or rush passers into drewal or Doyle crashed through the premature and poorly aimed heaves. .... . , --Tale's Best Pass. - t , ' . Tale's best pass was executed In , the last five minutes. a twenty yard , , toss from Bunnell to Bradley on the . , Read 20 yard line. 13radle3r had gone 15 yards when Cheek pounding up from behind, frantically clawed him down - five yards short of the goal. This was 1 H L 'Mencken- Yale's last advance. . I , ! Yale missed even the glory of a! . three point victory to mark the su-; jp - periority of her attack when -Wads.; 1 worth's drop kick front the 25 yard America s Itlost line late in the first quarter fell just . . . . a -. . ' short. I titiittlattlig uritic There was merriment tonight in the I public resorts, dress suited bi-partisan , . I merriment. for both sides had saved 5 TM all . their bets and there evas money :n both . 1 groups. i , Om I ctri c.4. Go 171. THE TRIBUNE TODAY rit 1 t g I . , , 1 ( , -,- . , , i , , , . 'i,,,, . , - I - I - 1 PART TWO i , , , - 1 , , - - - - - so . i ; o , , . -........-.-.......-.. ,, , . 1------- . ..,,, -.... s i 1 . ., Av - tp, I . ,. . -4) . h , - i. As . 4: ,,, le , Part. I-PORTS t - a) . Se le-, ,..."060.1,, - , ti , , '''''''weirria, '11i tr 12 PARTS ' ; 1 i',4 it i e 1 i si 1 '. le ,r , I, 4. ' ICI - a ' ' ' my t , ... ,. 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Ll ' lieleree-- drep 6 iTt rewoauipnlzingly underratech.Bare dr ar owa nn 1 -msd M lel cc: -e al a Darttenly,.; .aiDF,..leterEtarie t330mudu.on.:0,Mmwee rnss,eat- i 'Nerd tMlehirani. Field judge-Judge Knight ranks of profes- ........ .... . . ICiethley Illinois. Heed linestnan-Gardiner ; . . - pa-iniouthl.. Bead Imeamark-IVInlaa 1ths sional football ....-.:.. - :..:...- Illinois. , - k .... ...., to.i . , -,,,,sw. . - . L. . ---, ,n. . . -. g.fl ,t , .,,: Dram. D. harm- on (21. III11114 ,, . playerS, vrill ar- ,... .. ... ,. - ,- ,-..- -, Referee-C. E. Eldredge Michigan), tn B ! ' ; , rive in Chicago --o'4-24.--.4 1.''','.-lt ' Z.. EY JAMES CRUSINBERRY. -- .0-.",,,,,..,...,, . '... -..,. -. -..c.,:' :, - - ':-.. i' -- - :.'Ik-- ' - '. - ,..,-...,... . ,,,, -,. . -.. , ...-----..., , . , . - Y FRANK SCHREIBER. ., ..4,,.., ,,,, 1 ,r---- . s. ,. .,-- ', ";'it , , . ,. ,., ,,,.., Morton 1 M letaganl. Heed linesman-Perry 4- early this morn- ,.. :... - ,... tthleage Tribune Press Servtee. Ladd:age Tribune Prese Service. ... ..,...,..... . .. .., ,..,......;.. . . ..:, , i., ,. . , .4 , ,,,.. . . . .. rrr,-. .- ... .- .-. . 0 , - , r . , .r ,.,,,.. , , ,r, , ,.. ...,,,,, , r. ,- ,...., ,,, r , , .,. - - , G eves Illinois'. - - i ! ; ing. Before noon .is--.00,"t, - (Pictures on page 3.) .,, . .. . NORIM ' (Pictures on page 3.) 1 tbe pro contracts ( 4,,,...0.-t., 1 , Y WOODRUFF. i 1 .-- Ann Arbor, Mich., Nov. 21.--LSpe- , - -- - ' - ' -..;- ,4 '' " V2-''''!, ''''-- '' '' , , - ' ''' - '' rr ,: : ; ' - - .'; . . .., , '''' ' ',, - '.., '. ''' ' . - ' ,,,-. -w ''' t ' ' -r'', '''t 4 21.---ESpe- I for Illini's m o s t , ' ::.. - '''"1111 --...:: Pictures on ( Pag ) Notre Dame. Ind.. Nov. . . .. the! c e 1 e b r ated star -',,----. , ciaIJ---Michigan crushed Minnesota ,--.- . , -... ,:.. .. ... . , i .., . , t , , . -,,...- ,.-. --;A,1,. :,,9.z,....-1.';',..i'-'.,.!;,.-.-.4,f'-.::-, .,;;;; -,-,,,I.-, . ,..'9-. .,:, - ..7,'!-:--,, I tial.j--Two brilliant charges by I will be signed and '- ''' - ' -- this afternoon on Ferry field. 35 to O. . . , , , ., . . , ... ' .. , , . .. - .. .... . -; ' ; - .- ,,.. :!' '...,..,,, - ' -,- !..,,,,,,,--,"...1-,,zw-- ,--:, $ --. 0'3.; :-..-...- --.,: ' ,.......".,,- 7 r 'I -i :.. 3,, : Wisconsin's Badgers. who had been cavalrymen swept 1 ---'-' - :, --- - . - ....-' ::, :,:-. ,- ' - -.., . 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' ' - if a fellow dares to mention the name e :-,.,..,........,.s.,,..: ......:-..,-.5,;:,V :k -; i,N,0:;.-,.,,. , -,..,,..- - -.,- ,-., -,.. ..., , .,- - . ,.,,,.. , ..:,.. . ......,..,,............ ,.., ... .,.... ............. ,;. .......... : ...... ... . .. .......A . . . ,,,,,,.. .k, 1? 1 , Ten because , i,- - ''' " ball team to a 13 . will be over. - ,. - 4. Northwestern on the streets here he :...:e,:.---..,,,-..,..-s,......:..-h,..,..,....,..,, ..., ...,,,..-, .,,.,,..,....,...:..,.. ... ,. . .....,,,,,,....,..... , ...,. ,..... ,,.: ..... ,...... , . .. . , .3:0, ... , ... .... . . ,.. ..., ....,,,.. I . . ,,4,.',), '4,','i r , ..- .---,.. :,.. :. - .. .... .- : .:, . .. . . " , . . ' .. ,,k Z. . se, .- -4 , t ' which an unea. 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Robin Bell. - A- s ..., THE TITLE MARCH : r -- :- !,,,, !,:::,::: ,,:-:...,-::::...?:11,;,'r71,,111H,-.-.,i, .,,,,,:.- ---- '',,,,,,,.:,,.;,--,,..1.-,,:H,i 4.,,:,:' :. fi - ; .,, :.. ..,,,,,,-.t . "1,7,k -;,,-"--- ,-,,--;4-.ts, ,,, - .,. ,a....,,a..- . . . , , 1 A FAST FINISH ?oat) Bell r 11 Dangher1ty 1 , - , -', -ouchdowna-Britton. Kassel. Marek. Points -;:: :.,:-." :: t; r-1 : '11! ;i::,i5: - ,,, :ex 9, '-t-o-----?- , ,28o- ,:: ,-.!,,. :, k :9, ',: ...: 1. .., , :- :::,.. :: ', :- t..i---,:,43., .-:, ,2dke', - -,-,,0, 'so ''' :"-. ,, -,-,ir , 4 ' ." - t t -, "--0' 3- ' .' : ''' ' 4413,t - . ' ' . 1 , cr souchdownsBritton. 2; tridil. Saletr MICHIGAN 35. ME's-NESOTA 101. :;oyli ,i:, :, r.: ,.". Y.:; 'qt:.;:, - .' - . . '7: V' , ., - 1. ' ,, .1 H.,, -,.-,- ,44.,,,, " - -,,,41 . , - ,-:::-$--t- 4 k ... 4k, "' , )augheritv Oosterhaan L. E .--- , ,..,t1 .a-.t, 's -'s --,a,'; e;o:N -ti ' i , t' i:.;---4' --,-,''.01' 4-- il,'-4,. fo.P4' 4- ,' ' e- - . , .,.-r ,,lk - .. ,, . . ., . 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I ::-:::- ::-. -i-,:er---7Ir'',,- -:,.:-.: ' ' : :- -,, V -.' : - ' -:k ' ': .1.4 -::,'' '. , : , : - : le . st"' - . sv iz , McAndrews L. 11...lierwein.M' rt. Points after touchdownsFriedman i :::'i:::.::::::::':. ,t, .,,,,,.". .-' ,, :.,-;,-- -. : . --. : 4.,4'1.,--,:'.-:.,444:,.'...-A.:-.4 ,: - :.: ,: - ''''" - . : '''''. . . .. ,,- .-., . , , - -,.--.,. ,,e , -,-- ,,,-,- , - : : It. Harmon. R.11 on enter the .. ''' I 5 I . RefereeNiehols Oberlin 1. Umpire ! :::'-::::': :--:-'" 1 , , :::-: - . , -. ' ' -: : , -A- .4.4 - y:-.,--e ,k ....a: s-:,;, .. t, ,,,,t,"::: " '-0-, -:" " 4S - --- , . - . s ,---1 1 seatet,ae- .----:-.0!-: '- "-,",:s- -!' ' ' - - , : ' r - - . --. . , , : : . : ::- -,, , .:-. - ,. .-, :: Bartoms -F. B.....McCartY. Young Illinois Wesleyan." Field judge ! :, ,, x ; .., .. -.7.... ... , ., ''-'' , t , .. .....,-es,- --. ,. ....",- , ' --o .1, -' . , ' rts". . ,,, . - '''''-' ' ". 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Eldredge 1.3tichiganl, 61. in Chicago ,41-..,74, 1,.'',,1, :' I ....... ....z.;,...., , ,. ..,, , .. . .. ,,,,,.., . ,, , .:...,,,...,,,,, , - ... ... .,.., , ,,,, , .:.,.', . ,...,., , ..... . , it- 1,..,,,,t,,-.,,,.....-,.,,,, , . , - , ,;''. :,.: . -, , -.,.. J.- .444 Morton (Mictigan1. Head linesman rly this morn- :,:::. ::::::---:.: . - ,,,-.: tChleaga Tribune Press Service. raves tillinoial. . - -- . ,. . ., :,::,- :-,.,,s;s- .,: :" ,..,-.,;- .14 --- - -,e.- : ,-"c-r- . --,-.:-:.-. ,-:' s:. - : ,-. e - - - .- .- ,., -- :- ',-, ,.--",",.:,,.' - '-: ,,,o, - ,,W' ' -- ; - ::4- , .. -' --i g. Before noon ...:. s-p,,1.0''''' ': (Pictures on page 3.) -.:- ' - ;..-.,....,;,:::,;-',:i-- .. -,. , .- . 2-- - -,- ; - - - --s- ,e,,1- 4-- . ...,;.:' .i.-:.. :, -,...:-..,', -;.,;-,, ;,.,-..s,...0 -i.., , 2: ,,,-, , . - - .,-., 7 , .'-',.,,-,. ( - 7', ,, - . , , . , NORIM e pro contracts '4,04 j Arbor, Mich., Nov. 21.LSpeBY IIARVEY NVOODRU r Illi ani's te m o ta a t , ' ' :-'4"vtt : :::: L. ciaIJ---Michigan crushed Minnesota ,- I. -:- --.,:,.,-, --,,:,. -,.; ' -,..-:-:-,--, ? ,i , . ....-, , . .. - - , c .,,,..e - , .t. , , ..... .,,....,,.- ....4.?.. ......,. ..., ..,::.'.:"'"e ....4',..,:,... ...,: ..' .."':.,,, ::' i''''- . , ., 4. '.'-,7,. . ,,,- -,r4. ,!..:. i I . 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