Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on November 21, 1920 · 13
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!Os II ion :bird uars 325.001 59.00 , 69.00 42.5 77.5 8'2,5 45.0 195.0 30.0 ?2,5L !9 5.01, !95.00 175 01 375.00 378.0' t50.63 6.5.03 30.001' 86.65) n. 1. -to 1. -t01 5.t price 11.00)1 51.0 1 3.00 1 100 I o.00f 17.00 100 ;7.0J 11.00 ,3.0 ;001 5.00 530 001 )i.vv 1 Y3.5i i ;100 30 )2.0C , P:rt Tvt,- News, Sports, ' Inartkets. , ...... IIARVARP TEAM DOWNS YALE BY FIELD GOALS, 9-a loork Beats Eli When Blue Defense Holds. New Haven, 5onn, Nov. 20.--Spe- I alLifting three field goals over ! the Tale crossbar, Harvard today won VJ tenth football victory over Yale, melons the score in their annual corn-, pe ti tl o n : Yale, 23; Harvard. 10; with su hrs. Har v ar d' s nine points were ample, ,hA Tate attack at no time pressing the Tam . methe Harvard 20 yard zone. 1 seventh-eight thousand saw Yale dove its football beason for the first time in forty years of gridiron history whitewashed by both the Crimson and the Tigers. Twice Quarter Back Buell from the 30 yard mark hoisted the oval between i the uprights, and on another occasion i Capt. Borween of the Crimson accomplished the trick. Although the second I period went scoreless, Harvard tallied In sigh of the other three. Tale Eleven Outclassed. Tale was outclassed in every depart-1 merit of play. Harvard gaining practkally aao yards to 120 for the Ells. 1 Twice during the match the Crimson plan of play changed completely, opening with a brilliant series of forward passes, changing to a stubborn ground ;pining assault in the second period, shifting again to the aerial game in the third period. but closing with al- I ternate sky FCraping efforts and a line running attack whiCh led to the final held goal. Following the game the entire Harvard delegation formed for a snake dance around the Yale goal posts, skipped to the Yale side of the field, and cheered the dejected Yale cohorts. FIRST l'ERIOD. - Humphrey of Harvard ran back I Cross' kickoff 40 yards and Capt. 'tor- 1 ween crashed through center for 30 mem taking the ball to Yale's 20 yard I line for a gain of 70 yards in the first two plays of the game. Harvard missed I the opportunity to score when Aldricn intercepted Buelra forward pass. Yale threatened two minutes later when Buell muffed Aldrich's punt at the Crimson 40 yard line, Dickens falling on the ball, but Kempton heaved a 40 yard pass, which was intercepted 1 by Fitzgerald of Harvard at the Crimeon 10 yard line, who ran it back 30 ! --- Here the Crimson line smashing garne was halted till fourth down, where Horween's field goal went high and short. During this period Hub- bard, Sedgewlek, and Owen were 'all SedgelViCk being knocked out, and play delayed several minutes. m IfittV8.1-11 twice was penalized for de- , laying the game. Yale's advance was halted when Owen intercepted Aid- rkh's pane at Harvard's 20 yard line. ts. to The halt closed with an exchange of 1 Mt& Harvard, 3; Yale, O. THIRD PERIOD. kempton of Yale ran back Horween's kickoff to Harvard's 45 yard line, but Yale was unable to 'advance, and on fourth down Aldrich's attempted field 1081 MI 10 yards short. from Har- ttrd's 3 yard line Horween split a 30 511'1 gap, but Harvard was unable to Drtress and Owen punted to Yale's 35i8.rd line. Both elevens lapsed into Punting game which lasted the hater part of the period. Finally putting the ball in play at Mid field, Harvard penetrated the Yale defense when Buell's forward Pam to Owen gained 10 yards and Horween's center plunge took the ball to Yale's :5 Yard mark. Another pass, Buell tflitnnPhreY. took the ball to Yale's 5 Yard mark. Tale In Bitter Defense. Here the fiercest impact of the en-Ire game followed, the Yale defense Che'lting an attempt of Horween to hurdle center and Humphrey's end 'un- On fourth down, Buell's attempt tor a field goal from Yale's 15 yard 4ne went One side of the uprights. Aldrich's punt to midfield set the Harvard attack back and Owen's bnd Mit for 15 yards again spelled impend-mg danger for the Yale goal. A fistitUff argument between Gaston of Harvard and Kempton of Yale was interraPted by Umpire Tom Thorpe and both players removed from the game, 'ill, first time in Yale-Harvard history :.,'it two players had ever been chased. 71'e Yale defense stiffened but on la'urth down Capt. Horween lifted a' t'cond field goal for Harvar 1 from the tale 37 yard mark, as the third period 408ed. Harvard. 6: Ya'e. - FOURTH PERIOD. The final period was barely under 1'17 when Humphrey, catching Mur5q.$ punt at Harvard's 30 yard line. littlin 1 f..T.a pc!t er,ht "ilfille t - WISCONSIN Willa ll Every Day He Asks Five Persons, Pickcd at Ranciont, a ovER cHicAco oN Question. Today's Question. -0 In your Opinion what is the best football team in the middle west? DAVEY'S'ICICKI 3 , Where Asked. I Clark street between Washington - and Randolph streets. The Answers. 1 Cardin Louis S. Cohn, 4921 North Kedzie; avenue, lawyer: That Is. Goa a hard question to an-I swer, especially for me.. ,- .1,1 As 1- - F. B. Horween (C.1 IS ....... ,., vnr. The Ohio team is my - , 1 ,-. ,. ,- ,....:;;0:4- . j; first choice and Notre ' Allen Davey. Wisconsin quarter ,-, Dame my second and back, defeated Chicago for the second for third I think Wis 'a .' k. rf consin. They are three would like to see the three year in suc;eEsion yesterday on Stagg field. The Badgers' 3 to 0 victory was real football tear. . brought about by a 38 yard drop kick a sories. teams play Arthington by the Cardinal star late in the fourth , quarter. W. T. McElroy, 2858 It was an evenly fought battle be. Street, collector: Notre tween the two 40 yard lines. The cripDame is the best team pled Marsions put up a brilliant defen- sive fight and the confident Badgers in the middle west. I k think that it could beat A never had a chance for a touchdown. ''""" four out of five of the ,. 11,:. :i.:.. ' fs4), Twenty-nine thousand fans took advanbest eastern colleges. ' 4""I'' . tae of the perfect weather and filled ' all the seats, except for a littl spot in It would beat the best - solt 4 to,: all end of the bleachers. teams in our section of the - country if they et 0 - FIRST QUARTER. played. . Capt. Jackson won the toss for Chi- Paul Tito, 1223 Polk street, chauf- cage and Barr, Wisconsin. kicked off to Hutchinson, who returned to the 35 feur: The University 1)e""ek of Illinois has the best t ...., -.-, team this year. It is a Rouse 1 team, but it does t , ..:,.. . : : t. real ,:jc 4 ' not seem to get the cosa4) yard line. In three plays Timme and smashed for 12 yards. Clark got off a dandy punt to Barr, who was downed on Wisconsins 16 yard line, .:,,.-..?;- .. lucky breaks. Illinois but Sundt kicked back to - Tatge. :,,,, d' , has to play for every- Timme made 12 yards in 3 smashes, ., ,,,,,:,5t4:..., ,,,,,... thing it gets and, plays 28 yard line by intercepting a Maroon 441N3 hard. With some luck but Sundt took the ball on the Badger forward pass. Elliott broke loose for and an even break it would mop up a short gain but fumbled and Chicago the middle western championship recovered on the Wisconsin 40 yard easily. line. Passes failed. so Rouse stepped William Ehling, 3314 Pierce avenue, bock to the middle of the field for a clerk: Ohio Is my drop kick. His effort fell Just under choice. They turn out the cross bar. real football players at , y: :-..:- Sundt punted out of bounds at mid- that school. The Buck- ''.4-'Iiiipm:,: field. Timme was good for 9 yards eyes' record for the last .:-:: pi. ,,,,, :7 again and Hutchinson made it first few years equals any ';::':"' , down. A forward pass. Rouse to school in the United :',.-:-:'' .''''' Hutchinson, gained 9 yards but Wis- States and I think they 1k - .';'- consin held by inches pn the fourth b4Iteamozoi best team Pled Marsions put up a brilliant defen- : , west. I k sive light and the confident Badgers . . never had a chance for a touchdown. :ould beat . , 41! 01,, Twenty-nine thousand fans took advan- colleges. ve of the U''' tage of the perfect weather and filled ' ' :. ' the best -4.0144,4- all the seats, except for a littl spot in 1 t-06.:- ) one end of the bleachers. section of If they 04 OP . FIRST QUARTER. Capt. Jackson won the toss for Chi-. 1223 Polk street. chauf- feur: The University cage and Barr, Wisconsin. kicked off : of Illinois has the best to Hutchinson, who returned to the 35 i yard line. In three plays Timme and team this year. It is a Rouse smashed for 12 yards. Clark real team, but it does got off a dandy punt to Barr, who was . not seem to get the downed on Wisconsins 16 yard line.' but lucky breaks. Illinois Sundt kicked back to - Tatge.1 has to play for ever - Timme made 12 yards in 3 smashes, Y but Sundt took the ball on the Badger 1-ling it gets and plays I bhard . With some luck 28 yard line by intercepting a Maroon I break it would mop up forward pass. Elliott broke loose for a short gain but fumbled and Chicago western championship recovered on the Wisconsin 40 yard line. Passes failed. so Rouse stepped ling, 3314 Pierce avenue, byck to the middle of the field for a 1 Is my drop kick. His effort fell Just under turn out rilli). the cross bar. )layers at , ,', :-.....:,-', Sundt punted out of bounds at mid- rile Buck- 'fr.'"..,044...".:,:i4 field. Timme was good for 9 yards it. the last .,-4,....... ...: .: again and Hutchinson made it first uals any '..'f.';.--,:'...,'. down. A forward pass, Rouse to e United :'5.::-:.' .:.5. Hutchinson, gained 9 yards but Wis- s4Itemoof hink they 1c) -, :, consin held by inches on the fourth ill-confer- A, lic A down. Elliott got 8 yards but Chi- ris this year. cago held and Sundt kicked to the MaLn, 3402 West North aye-1 roon 30 yard line. Clark punted back flue, clerk: That is a I to Williams,who made a beautiful dodgquestion I cannot an.! ing run 40 yards down the side line to swer. I am not a shark I where Chicago kicked from as the first on the science of for,t- 1 quarter ended. Score: Chicago, 0; Wis. consin, O. 4 . ball and I can only I base what I say on SECOND QUARTER- - what I . read in the Wisconsin opened the second period newspapers. The win- with a shower of passes but they were ner of the Ohio-Illinois not successful and the Maroons took Lilt. VI Obn Val -. real football players at - , :,-:':,,::. Sundt punted out of bounds at mid- that school. The Buck- ."1-7'- ';',"e'S, fl Id Timme was good for 9 yards ,4erl:.":k e eyes' record for the last j ,:-;:sij,..:4 :: ;7 again and Hutchinson made it first few years equals any ' .:,:-,-.: i '. down. A forward pass, Rouse to school in the Unitd e :',:.::-:.''.-f5. Hutchinson. gained 9 yards but Wis- lkosmov States and I think they ''' -..,, -:';.:' consin held by inches on the fourth will be the all-confer- AL jr .. down. Elliott got 8 yards but Chience champions this year. cago held and Sundt kicked to the Marred Quitman, 3402 West North aye- I roon 30 yard line. Clark punted back . flue, clerk: That is a I to Williams,who made a beautiful dodg- -,- 1 ; ,..: ,,,,,,,,, question I cannot an- ing run 40 yards down the side line to ,, - .: swer. I am not a shark I where Chicago kicked from as the first ofitc!'''e on the science of for..1-1 quarter ended. Score: Chicago, 0; Wis. - COTISIZI, O. . :-:::: ball and I can only ! i ,,,47:::,,,', base what I say on SECOND QUARTER- - .i:.::.,-ir,i4 what I ' read in the Wisconsin opened the second period fei . V .. iNe newspapers. The win- with a shower of passes but they were ner of the Ohio-Illinois not successful and the Maroons took foutbati game will decide the question. the ball on downs. Capt. Weston of Wisconsin was replaced by Eggebrecht Clark punted to Barr who was downed threw off three Yale tacklers and ! by Strohrneyer on the Maroon 40 yard INDIANA TAKES PURDUETO FALL 1 line I crashed back to Yale's 40 yard line.' ' Sundt's long punt rolled over the .0 Field GoAl for Harvard. Horween rammed center for 8 more I goal line. Davey replaced Barr for 1 yards. ; 'Wisconsin and Stagg sent in Halliday .1 Two minutes later Kempton muffed yards, but was hurt, refusing to quit k Clar. .,. Owen's punt at yate'li 30 yards line, the game. Humphrey fumbled and I for XT. arid on the fourth down Buell lifted a spoiled the chance of Harvard scoring.. On a crisscross, Halliday got around the end for 15 yards. Tatge sneaked ,nn field goal from the .35 yard line for the I Lay recovering and Wakelee punting through for 8 more but Chicago was VII opening score of the matinee. Har- to midfield. penalized for offside. Tatge made 8 vard, 3; Yale, 0. I Buell's forward pass to Macomber ,,, Harvard grabbed another scoring gained 15 yards. Horween plowed a I yard on a crisscross and then punted to Wisconsin's 45 yard line. Barr's re- lit possibility within three minutes. when 1 gap at center for 5 yards. The Harturn punt rolled out of bounds on Ow , I Aldrich on Harvard's 40 yard line in yard attack, led by Horween and Buell. 3 yard line. tercepted Buell's 30 yard forward pass, , reached 'Yale's 7 yard line. where, on wiTioatugaesptuhnrtoev4d,noufotr a loss by Stroh- 30 yards to Barr, but Yale was unable to gain and on ;I fourth down, Buell dropped back and fourth down Aldrich tried a field goal l lifted his second 0 07 line. Score: Har- d. P p field goal of the game , from the 40 yard line which f - i I meyer. Davey lost 8 yards on a trick ' c e11 from the 15 yard play and Williams and Elliott fumbled a-as Yr-- short. Harvard, 3; Yale, a... " d, 9; y SECOND PERIOD. 1 Yale Tries Desperately. forward asses. Holmes re laced Wil. hams for Wisconsin. Davey's drop kick from the 43 yard line failed to score. i the second quarter, when Buell's Harvard missed another score early n Following Horween's kickoff, Mur- Tatge punted out and Hutchinson re. 1 phy registered a brilliant 30 yard run covered Davey's fumb7e on the Wis long forward pass to Crocker swept i b k d followed it with a f i back an forward consin 40 yard line, but Elliott inter. he play to ,Yales 15 yard line, but an-1 pass, which Lay took to midfield. Jor- cepted a forward pass. Holmes made Kemp. , other pass was intercepted by clan twice crashed through Harvard's 8 yards and then broke off tackle for )0 ton at Yale's 5 yard line and the Yale center for 5 yards. Two attempted thirty more, advancing to the M.Srooas' quarter gained 15 yards. Kempton passes by Murphy went incomplete 23 yard line. ,. continued , his brilliancy by plowing .,. through center for two 7 yard gains, and YaIe's eleventh hour rally closed McGuire threw Davey for a 15 yard 0- throu ingloriously when. On fourth down, loss. Three passes failed, and in the N' but ths attack faltered in midfield and Murphy punted behind the Harvard fourth attempt Chicago recovered the . Aldrich punted out of bounds at liar- vsrd's 10 yard line. goat. Yale made another spectacular t ball on Strohmeyer's interception. passing effort for the final minute of Timme ganed 8 yardA and Tatge punt. Tale received the ball in midfield on the game. Murphy uncorked a heave ed as the first half ended. Score: WA'; Owen's short punt and Kempton's run- back cf 15 yards brought a ray of ho e to the Tale supporters when Aldrich 1 which Lay carried to Harvard's 35 consin, 0; Chicago.. O. yard line, covering 40 yards. Alurphy heaved three more tosses, which fell, g THIRD QUARTER. Chicago opened the second half with fumbled a Pass from center. liar- yaudis. Margoles was surprised and but on fourth down Shevlin carried a trick kick off which went only 11 , vard started a series of short gains :I Which breezed the play from midfield' one to Harvard's 25 yard line. This to Yale's 30 yard line, Horween and numPhreY cracking the Yale center I for yard gains on three occasions. Three Crimson Men Laid Out. The lineup: did not cover enough ground. and it was Harvard's ball on downs. After a series of rushes the game ended, Harvard, 9; Yale, O. fumbled and the Maroons recovered. Chicago could not gain and Tatge punt- ' ed over the goal line. Holmes made 112 yards, but McGuire threw Barr. who i had gone back into the game. for an 8 Horween rammed center for 8 more goal line. Davey replaced Barr for ; 'Wisconsin and Stagg sent In Halliday yards, but was hurt, refusing to quit the game. Humphrey fumbled and for Clark. spoiled the chance of Harvard scoring. On a crisscross, Halliday got around Lay recovering and Wakelee punting the end for 15 yards. Tatge sneaked to midfield. through for 8 more but Chicago was uenalized for offside. Tate made 8 penanzea ror ortsine. Tatge mane b Buell's forward pass to Macomber ! yard on a crisscross and then punted gained 15 yards. Horween plowed a I to Wisconsin's 45 yard line. Barr's re gap at center for 5 yards. The Har- turn punt rolled out of bounds on the yard attack, led by Horween and Buell. L 3 yard line. . reached Yale's 7 yard line. where. on Tatge punted out 30 yards to Barr, fourth down, Buell dropped back and who was thrown for a loss by Stroh-lifted his second field goal of the game meyer. Davey lost 8 yards on a trick from the 15 yard line. Score: Harplay and Williams and Elliott fumbled yard, 9; Yale, O. forward passes. Holmes replaced WilYale Tries Desperately. hams for 'Wisconsin. Davey' s drop kick from the 43 yard line failed to score. Following Horween's kickoff, Mur- Tatge punted out and Hutchinson rephy registered a brilliant 30 yard run covered Davey's fumble on the Wisback and followed it with a forward consin 40 yard line, but Elliott inter-pass, which Lay took to midfield. Jor- cepted a forward pass. Holmes made dan twice crashed through Harvard's 8 yards and then broke off tackle for center for 5 yards. Two attempted thirty more, advancing to the M.Sroo.ls passes by Murphy went incomplete 23 yard line. and YaIe's eleventh hour rally closed McGuire threw Davey for a 15 yard ingloriously when, on fourth down, loss. Three passes failed, and in the Murphy punted behind the Harvard . fourth attempt Chicago recovered the goat. Yale made another spectacular ! ball on Strohmeyer's interception. passing effort for the final minute of 1 Timme ganed 8 yardA and Tatge punt-the game. Murphy uncorked a heave ' ed as the first half ended. Score: Wiiwhich Lay carried to Harvard's 35 consin, 0; Chicago,. O. yard line, covering 40 yards. Murphy THIRD QUARTER. heaved three more tosses, which fell, Chicago opened the second half with a but on fourth down Shevlin carried trick kick off which went only 11 one to Harvard's 25 yard line. This g yauds. Margoles was surprised and did not cover enough ground. and it fumbled and the Maroons recovered. was Harvard's ball on downs. After Chicago could not gain and Tatge punt- a series of rushes the game ended, I ed over the goal line. Holmes made Harvard, 9; Yale, O. 112 yards, but McGuire threw Dam:who The lineup: - T , I had gone back into the game, for an 8 Harvard 191. Tale 101. yard loss. Timme, who was hurt In r Harvard 10I Tale 101. I yard loss. Timme, who was hurt In E. ..Crocker-trialeyiCutler T. ..Haverneyer- Dickens L L. E.I the first half, was replaced by Palmer. T.. TlerneY . Sundt punted to Tate. who was ' GoIlubbard-Sedgwk. Aeoeta-Qualle L. a. downed on his 30 yard line. hutchin Wooda-Park?r Callahan ICA C R G. son made 8 yards on a lateral pass on a SI. Tolbert-Brown Herr T. Sedx wick- Walker-Into-Mack- ' spread formation. Tatge's punt waz .... Paxton av R T. : given to Wisconsin on her 40 yard E...Kane-Gaaton- Bean-Dilworth- Macomber Shevlin R. E.I line because it struck an off side player. McGuire threw Barr for a S RFitzgeraid-Buell- Rempton-Mur- Johnson-Humphrey Oki CI 8- yard loss. H. B.....Churchill Kelly-Lav ....L. IL B. R. R.Owen-Grat- Aldrich-Wake- 1 FOURTH QUARTER. wick-Hamilton ice R. H. B.' Williams and Davey came back in r. ,-......,. I r i Sturm-Jordan....F.. B. tiorweeo ta 1 - the fourth period for the Badgers and Goals from fieldBuell. ;HOIWfl.L. As 1,""1 - A tio. 1,A felt "es er" gj bows mom - Referee--Tufts, BrOWn. Cninire Thorpe. Reber replaced Baird for Chicago. Gib- -ludxeCrowell. Swarth- son replaced Elliott for the Badgers. more. Head linesmanThompson Prince- I Wisconsin held for downs on her 40 ton. I varet lino A forward flans Barr to 1. I yard line. A forward pass, Barr to Eggelbrecht, advanced the Cardinals NDIANA TAKES to the Maroon 35 yard line. Hinkle intercepted a Badger pass PURDUETO FALL and it was Chicago's ball. Three smashes gave Chicago first down in BY 10TO7COUNT midfield. Palmer hit for live more. . Lewis replaced Capt. Jackson, who was Lafayette. Ind., Nov. 20.----(Special.1 hurt. The Maroons fumbled on the Indiana defeated Purdue. 10 to 7, in fourth down and it was Wisconsin's gridiron battle on Stuart field that ball on her 43 yard line. Cris ler re- ill go down into history as the hard- placed Tatge for the Maroons. Rouse t fought struggle ever seen at Pur- ste pped out of bounds with Sundt's IC. The game was played before a P unt on his 20 yard line. pmecoming day throng of more than Three Maroons drives brought a first ,000, including 1,500 rooters from In- down. A forward pass. Crisler to Strohmeyer. sent, the ball to midfield. aria- e Indian but Eggelbrecht speared the next Ma- Both teams scored a touchdown and a. victory was made possible roon pass. Williams on a beautiful - . , f..-- -o.,. run dashed around end for 25 yards. Indiana defeated Purdue, 10 to 7, in a gridiron battle on Stuart field that will go down into history as the hardest fought struggle ever seen at Purdue. The game was played before a homecoming day throng of more than 10,000, including 1,500 rooters from Indiana. Both teams scored a touchdown and the Indiana victory was made possible L. G l,..I.vv,,, , ...... L. T DI rk 'Leonard . R. T. L. E Kerr. Gully I Banny . R. E. Q. B Macklinilif ethyl' Q B. R. H. Warner Evers- I M intort. Cravens-L. H. mann. HannaiThomas. L. H. - .Rate. Watson' Williams b H. F. B. .Murphy. meeker I Kriel I B. trotiehdowneMeeker. Minton. Goal. from touerdowns Stanwood. Risley. Goal from fieldRisley place I . RefereeMasker. Northwestern. UmpireMumma. We Point. Field judgeGriffith. Beloit. Head linesman Elliott. Illinois Wesleyan. - $13,352,853 Won Since Grand Circuit Launched Since the Grand Circuit of light harness racing was launched in 1873. the meetings conducted number 416 and the money distributed ' reached 611.- 252.86S. " I t 0 - , Goal in Last Period. I Cardinal Quarter Boots by Risley's 15 yard goal from place- run tu.!,"--,,, ----- -..- -.... ment in the final quarter. Wisconsln completed a forward pass. Purdue l71. Indians 110!. but lost 2 yards on the play. McGuire R r earnien,Donnvan L. E. nailed Gibson for a 5 yard loss. With R. T ciaynonl, Risley L T. one yard needed on fourth down Davey R. 0 .. S . Remelt McCaw L G. stepped back to-his 38 yard line and c tanwood I 'Priv C L. G ... CooleriMumby e ...R. G. sent a drop kick squarely between the L. T Dalt t Leonard . R. T. goal posts. Score: Wisconsin, 3; CML. E Kerr. Gully i Benny . R. E. ea go, O. Q. II Macklin:Iitathys Q B. The lineup Rvers. I Minton. Cravens..L. H. CHICAGO. . 1 WISCONSIN. Clark Weston L. E. E B. T. MeGuire Scott ....... .....L. T. K 0 . Phoney Braider ..... AP 1 .. play ana wlinams ana tatiott turnotoa ' - and a pass, Brandy to E. Anderson forward passes. Holmes replaced Wil- t brought the first goal. The second hams for Wisconsin. Davev's drop kick i 1 touchdown was won by a straight from the 43 yard line failed to score. ! movement down the field, all of the Tatge punted out and Hutchinson re1 Notre Dame backs showing fine agcovered Davey's fumb7e on the Wis' gressive work. consin 40 yard line, but Elliott inter- The Purple opened the third guar- cepted a forward pass. Holmes made ter bravely and Grausnick tore 8 yards and then broke off tackle for through for a 50 yard run and touch- thirty more, advancing to the M.Sroo-ls ' I down. This was their only dangerous 23 yard line. 1 showing in the game. The rest of the McGuire threw Davey for a 15 yard half was a riot for Notre Dame. They loss. Three passes failed, and in the ran all over the Evanstonians and piled fourth attempt Chicago recovered the up ball on Strohmeyer's interception. touchdowns from the 50 yard line , and the 1 yard line and all points beTimme ganed 8 yardA and Tatge punted as the first half ended. Score: WA';- twee '''. FIRST 0; Chicago,. O. '''. FIRST QUAWTER. 6 THIRD QUARTER. ' The Indianans stopped the Purple kickoff on their 35 yard line and on Chicago opened the second half with . . A .--7,", T:?..yr f 1 1 yln 1, 1 ebri i n trt C. Hart Baird Bungs II. G C b y NI C) hardt shoved the Catholics up 8 LL. O. ----ong Margoles 9 T. Jackson stark R. T. yards. ' L. E. . Strohmeler Tebell 11. N. Brandy, Mohardt, and Wynne shot, Q. R . - .. Tatge Barr Q. B- R. It ItHutchinson ttiliott ........L. H. B. scooted, t and shimmied. From the 5 L. H. B Rouse Williams .....R. R. B. yard line Barry circled left end for a'nF. B. -....TimmelSundt F. B. other touchdown. Shaw kicked goat. Goals from lipidJudge Knight. Dartmouth. Score: Notre Dame. 14; NorthwestRefergeHaintiL Yale UmnireRoagland, Princeton. RemarksRead Linesman. Young. ern. O. - Illinois Wesleyan. . TIIIIID QUARTER. The Purple downed the kick on their OTHER FOOTBALL RESULTS. 30 yard mark and advanred 10 yards . Baldwin-Wallar,e. 20; Case, O. . - by bard hitting. A pass, Palmer to Carleton. 17: Macslester. O. Wisconsin Mining. 9; platieyine Normal. O. Patterson, gained 10 more. Grausnick Ripon. 21: Beloit. 0. on the next play eluded the forward I PURPLE BOWS TO NOIRE DAME BY 33 TO 7 COUNT I Knute Rocknes undefeated battlers from Notre Dame ventured into local I territory and put aside Northwestern as a possible blur on their unsullied record by a score of 33 to 7. using the -powerful Gipp only a part of one-half i of the game. t After holding the Indianans steadfastly in the initial quarter, the Purple were overpowered in the succeeding ; inning and at the end of the half were two touchdowns behind. 1 Capt. Coleghlino Notre Dame tackle,- ' foiled most of the Evanstonians' runs. The fumbled acceptance of a Notre ' Dame punt by Henry Penfield gave the 1 Catholics possession close to their goal, I FIRST QUARTER. 1 The Indianans stopped the Purple kickoff on their 35 yard line and on their second play, Barry fumbled into ' Northwestern's hands. Failing to gain I on two downs, Henry Penfield essayed : a place kick. but it was sad and the I Catholics capeured the ball again. An: other fumble, and the Evanstonians I were aggressors. ! Henry Penfield flunked on another ! goal kick and Notre Dame worked i 'forward to its 40 yard mark. Caster I booted to the Purple 15 yard white. wash. Halfbacks Lane and Zold urged I their team up to their 30 yard line, where Lane punted to the Catholics' 30 yard line. Brandy took the kick and galloped around right end to the Purple 40 yard line. "Dummy " Szold stole a Notre Dame pass here and progressed to his 45 yard line. After two narrow gains, Lane punted back to the Notre Dame 15 yard line. D. Coughlin replaced Barry. Caster lofted to the Methodists' 40 yard line. and Lane punted in return to the Notre Dame 35 yard linf after two futile attempts to gain. Capt. Coughlin showed some line ,tackling at this stage of the battle. -"- SECOND QUARTER. Lane was bumped hard in the first play, and went out for Grausnick. Notre Dame punted and Henry Penfield fumbled the ball on the acceptance, and Capt. Coughlin received it for the visitors on the Purple 15 yard line. Wynn, who had been supplanted by Caster, went in again and broke through for 10 yards. Brandy's pass to E. Anderson failed to gain. The second try, Brandy to E. Anderson, a toss to the far right behind the goal, gave Notre Dame a touchdown. Brandy kicked goal. Score: Notre Dame, 7; ' Northwestern, O. Notre Dame's kick was carried by Grausnick to his 35 yard line. A heave from Palmer to Grausnick gave the Purple 10 yards. Another toss, Palmer to Carney, brought 10 yards. One more pass was atempted and was intercepted by Mohardt on his 40 yard line. . Notre Dame plowed 5 yards? Wynn dashed through tackle for 10 yards more. Two more of the same playa by Mohrdt shoved the Catholics up 8 a yards. Brandy, Mohardt, and Wynne shot, scooted, land shimmied. From the 5 NOVEMBER 21,s .1920. . tritillIBALLSCURESI WEST. Ohio State, 7: Illinois, 0. Michigan, 3; Minnesota, O. Wisconsin, 3; Chicago, O. Indiana, 10; Pcurdue. 7. Notre Dame, 33; Northwestern, Iowa, 11; Ames. 10. Nebraska, 35; Michigan Aggies, 7- Depauw, 3; Wabash, O. Butler, 9; Chicago Y. M. C. A., O. California, 38; Stanford, O. Idaho, 20; Montana, Grinnell, 17; Cornell college, 6. Oregon, 0; Oregon Aggies, O. Colorado, 7; Colorado Aggies, 7. Kansas Aggies, 70; Oklahoma, 7. EAST. CDartmouth, 11: Brown, 6. Harvard, 9; Yale. O. Holy Cross, 32; New Hampshire, O. Lafayette, 27; Lehigh, 7. Vest Virginia, 20; Bethany, O. Amherst, 13; Williams, 7. Stevens. 21; New York, IL Bucknell, 28; Suspuehanna, 7. Ford ham. 13; Muhlenberg, O. Pennsylvania, 27 ; Columbus, 7. OW PunoTau- . ,-f, 'WORLD'S ' GREATEST NEW SPAPEtt wall and skirted right end for 50 yards and a touchdown. Blackwood kicked goal. Score: Notre Dame, 14; Northwestern, 7. Notre Dame punted after taking the Purple kickoff and Northwestern laid the ball In midfield. The Purple pushed on 10 yards in two downs. The Catholics then were penalized 15 yards for the ball on their 20 yard mark. Barry tore off left tackle for eight yards. Notre Dame punted to Patterson on his 30 yard line. Capt. Coughlin then copped a Purple pass on the Northwestern 35 yard line. D. Coughlin romped for ten Yards around right end. Barry broke through the left flank and ran to the Purple 1 yard line. Northwesteric -held on three tries through center and 'then a brilliant pass. Mohardt to E. Anderson, around right, took the ball over. Degree kicked goal. Score: Notre Dame, 21; Northwestern, 7. Phelan went In for Wynn at full back and, immediatiy after the kickoff copped a Purple pass, downing it on the Purple 35 yard line. FOURTH QUARTER. Here Gipp was inserted, causing bedlam imp- the Notre Dame stands. A splendid loW throw from Gipp to E. Anedrson, who ran 35 yards, gavt Notre Dame another touchdown. Degree missed on the kick. Score: Notre Dame, 27; Northwestern, 7. After Northwestern had accepted the Notre Dame kick, it punted back to midfield where a fumble by Gipp again gave the Purple possession. E. Anderson stole a Northwestern pass and Notre Dame had the ball on the Purple 45 yard line. The Catholics steadily - advanced to the Purple 10 yard line, where the Purple intercepted a Notre Dame pass and punted back to the Notre Dame 40 yard line, E. Anderson accepted Gipp's pass and ran 50 yards for another touchdown. Gipp failed on the goal kick. Score: Notre Dame. 33; Northwestern, 7. Notre Dame kicked off and immediately accepted a Northwestern pass on the latter's 25 yard line. Northwestern followed with another steal of a pass. A long Purple throw was captured by Notre Dame on its 4.3 yard mark. Another throw. Gipp to E. Anderson, brought the Notre Dame ball up to the Purple 17 yard line. The game ended Notre Dame, 33; Nort,- western, 7. The lineup: Notre Dame (331- 1 Northwestern 171. R. E.Kiley-E.Anderson 1 Shearon-Saun1 ders LE. R. T. ......Shaw-Vogellt. Penfleli Black1 wood L. T. R. G. Smith;G. Fenfteld L. G. C. Larson .Hathaway L. GDegree- M agn USOn ..R. G. H. Andersont L. T...Garycy- 1Lassiter ..... T. F. Coughlin tC.11 E.....Eiley-ProkopearneY R E Q. B. Brandy Palmer ...Q. B. R. H. 13..Mohardt-Girti- Szold-Gibson.1 H. B. L. H. B.,D. Coughlin- Lane-GrausBarry nick R. IL.B. F. B. Caster-Wynne- Patterson F B Phelan Touchdowns---E. Anderson 131. Barry 121. Grausnick. Goals from touchtlowns--Brandy. Shaw. Blackwood. Degree. RefereeEckersail. Chicago. 1-moireRay. Illinois. Field judge--1.Aoski. Chicago. Head linesman-- Graves. Illinois. li ' . I dbuuL . , AND THEN HE TOOK UP GOLF GOPHER FUMBLE LEADS TO 3 TO 0 WOLVERINE WIN Minneapolis, Minn., Nov. 20.Although outplaying and outgaming the i Michigan eleven in three of the four quarters, Minnesota today went dowil to a heartbreaking 3 to 0 defeat at the hands of their bitter rivals from Ann Arbor, before a crowd estimated at 25,000. It was a tough defeat for Minnesota.' The Gophers played brilliant football and twice were within Aliclfigan's 5 yard line. Once in the fourth quarter a penalty IcT interference gave the Gophers the ball on the Wolverine's 6 yard line. Three line plays took the ball to within 1 yard of the goal. Minnesota lacked the punch and lost the ball. Arnston's Fumble Costly. It was Arnston's fumble in the mid-1 die of the second' quarter that gave Steketee, Michigan's brilliant kicker, a chance to boot tile winning goal froth the field, which he did with ease. Minnesota punted a brilliant aerial attack that completely swept the half was a riot for Notre Dame. Tney , -- - tripping, and a throw, Palmer to Car- 1 Wolverines off their feet. Os played a in ran all over the Evanstonians and piled brought the bail to the Notre I sensational part in this attuek, mak- nesoca pi,t a ney, up touchdowns from the 50 yard line 22 yard line as I Dame 20 yard mark. Voss went in ing many brilliant catches. Perrin's score: Minnesc and the 1 yard line and all points be- 1 istinnesota 101. for Shaw. Here Capt. Coughlin snatched 1 50 yard dash through a broken field R E tween. I a Purple muff and Notre Darne owned in the third quarter was ono of ti i , T , n tz Tie up touchdowns rrom tne au yaru 111Ie Dame 20 yard mark. ,Voss went in i ing many brilliant catches. Perrin's and the 1 yard line and all points be- t 101. : for Shaw. Here Capt. Coughlin snatched 50 yard dash through a broken field 1 ISI inne a . R. E G ruye tween. I a Purple muff and Notre Dame owned 1 in the third quarter was one of the R. T Fraser T 41 11, 110 Tierney in the third quarter was one of the : a T Fraser Goetz IC. L T. Tierney Wilson L G. best plays of the game. - Capt. Goetz I a. (3' Clement Wielt C starred in the line for the winners. L. GNolan. 3IcLadry !Dunne R. G, I L. T TeberKiWieman IL T. FIRST QUARTER. L. E Gilstad!Gobel R E Eckberg kicked 'off for Minnesota to Steketee, who returned to the middle of the field. Steketee ran around end for 10 yards. Michigan was held and Steketee kicked over the goal line. Three plays failed to gain, and Gilstad punted to his own 47 yard line. Steketee immediately kicked over the goal line. The ball was put In play on the Minnesota 20 yard line. Ernston made 10 yards off tackle and Eckberg made a first down again on his own 40 yard line. A pass, Arnston to Oss, put -the ball on Michigan's 42 yard line, but the Michigan defense stiffened and Minnesota lost the ban on Michigan's 37 yard line. Steketee punted to Arnston on his own 24 yard line. Line nays failed and Gilstadt kicked to Banks. who was downed on his own 43 yard hoe. Usher made first down in two trys and the first quarter ended with Michigan in possession of the ball on Minnesota's 36 yard line. Score: Michigan, 0; Minnesota, O. SECOND QUARTER. Usher made first down in the first play on Minnesota's 35 yard line. Here tlichigan failed to gain and Steketee punted to Oss on his own 10 yard line. Gilstad immediately reutrned the punt and Steketee did the same, Arntson being downed on his own 16 yard line. Arntson fumbled Ind Steketee recovered on Minnesota's 15 yard line. Michigan couldn't gain and Steketee dropped back to the Minesota, 27 yard line and booted a field goal. Score: Michigan, 3; Minnesota. O. Steketee kicked off to Arntson, who returned the ball to his 37 yard line. Regnier replaced Arntson. Ekberg broke through the line for first down in the middle of the field. Gilstad then kicked to Michigan 10 yard line. Steketee immediately punted to Regnier on his 38 yard line. A pass, Brown to Oss, put the ball on Michigan's 23 yard line. Michigan was penalized 5 yards. Two Minnesota plays failed and Brown missed a drop kick from Michigan's 25 yard line as the half ended. Score: Michigan, 3; Minnesota, O. THIRD QUARTER. Steketee kicked off to truyer, who returned to hie. 30 yard line. A pass, Brown to Oss, put the ball on Minnesota's 45 yard line. Minnesota was held and Gilstad punteti out of bounds on the Michigan 4 yard line. The ball was put in play on Michigan's 20 yard line. Banks then ran around left end to his own 36 yard line. Steketee punted out of bounds on the Minnesota 35 yard line. A pass, Brown to Oss. gained 35 yards and put the ball on Michigan . WI, I spvil I 0 . f is 1Ni i'loer, kamnadnfopru nt itieed next tIllinois 'In4uteySarld - t i-- I 6 6,fr. 4---------) 1 I was a punting duel between him and i Helstrom, with the former having a shade the better of it with the wind I in his favor. I For the most part, both sides tried , gaining through the line. Stinchcomb once tried an end run and was thrown .. for a two yard loss. Late in the quer- Parrin broke away for a 48 yard run n yard line. Cohen intercepted a Min-1 nesota pass on his own 20 yard line. i ter. Illinois made a first down when 1 through the entire Minnesota team,1 taking the ball on its 20 yard line, Putting the ball on Minnesota's 32 yard after a punt. Crangle hit the middle line. . for three yards and Ralph Fletcher hit Steketee kicked out of bounds on off tackle for eight more. The quarter Minnesota's 15 yard line. -'Gilstad re-: ended with Illinois' ball on Its own 32 turned the punt to Banks, who fumbled yard line. Illnois, 0; Ohio. O. on his own 42 yard line. Gruver for Minnesota recovered. Oss broke otT tackle for 15 yards. putting the ball on Michigan's 24 yard line. Ekberg made 7 yards through the line. Michigan was penalized 5 yards. rutting the ball on Michigan's 12 yard line. Steketee on his own 42 yard line. Gruver tor! SECOND PERIOD. Minnesota recovered. Os broke or! Hellstrom punted to Ohio's 13 yard tackle for 15 yards. putting the ball on line and once more Ohio tried the 1111- 1 Michigan's 24 yard line. Ekberg made nois line, only to fail. There waa an 7 yards through the line. Michigan i exchange of punts and Carney of Hit' was penalized 5 yards. rutting the ball 1 nois was hurt in trying to nail Stinchon Michigan's 12 yard line. Steketee comb after one punt. Linden took his , intercepted a Minfiesota pass on his place, and immediately Stineheomb kir- 1 OWT1 8 yard line as the quarter ended. clod Illinois' left end for 18 yards to 1 midfield. f Score: Mi,-higan, 3; Minnesota. O. I FOURTH QUARTER. Steketee punted to Regnier, who returned to the middle of the field. A pass, Ekberg to Oss, gained 25 Yards. Michigan then was penalized for holding and the ball was in Minnesota's possession on the Michigan 6 yard line. Regnier gained yards. Oss carried the ball to the 3 yard line. Regnier advanced to the 1 yard line. Minnesota then lost the ball on the 3 yard line. Steketee kicked to Regnier who was downed on his 30 yard line. Gobel intercepted a pass on Minnesota's 43 yard line. Steketee kicked over the Minnesota goal line. The ball was put in play on the 20 yard line. The ball then exchanged hands on a series of punts. Four plays gave Michigan first down in the middle of the field. Steketee kicked out of bounds on the Minnesota 34 yard line. Steketee then intercepted a Minnesota pass and ran to the Minnesota 22 yard line as the game ended. Final score: Minnesota 0; Michigan, 3. innesota 1 0 I I Michigan f 3 I . raPPOn IA E. Q. B.Arntson, RegnierlBanks Q B. B. H. B Brown.!Steketee L H. B. Lars on L. H. B Oss Usher R. H. B. Nelson. Cohn F. B Ekberg Perrir F. B. Goals 4 rom fieldSteketee. ItefereeNiehels. Oberlin. UmpireHackett. West Point. Field judgeMeans. Pennsylvania. Head linesmanCorey. Cornell. BIG TEN TITLE FOR X-COUNTRY TO IOWA COLLEGE 1 HOW TEAMS FINISHED Iowa State College University of Illinois Ohio State University Purdue UniveraitsUniversity or Wiconsin University of Minnesota.. University or Michigan - Michigan Aggies Iowa state (mime 32 University of Illinois Ohio State University 81 P urdue Universits, Ott U nhersity ot ,ill.consin 122 University of Minnesota.. 122 University or Michigan 133 Michigan Argies 1R3 Mississippi Agricultural and Mee. Col 203 In Ciana University "!ft Urbana, III., Nov. 20.---(Specia1.1 Iowa college won the cross-country championship of the western collegiate conference for the second consecutive year, , placing runners third. fourth. seventh. eighth, and tenth. The Iowa team took the lead shortly after the beginning and remained there at the finish. 'Their team score was the lowest made in a conference meet. C. C. Furnal of Purdue. star long distance runner et the west and an Olympic athlete. took individual honors by running thkt five mile course in the remarkably slow time of 2630 3-5. Capt. Alman of Illinois finished with a great burst of speed, but was not able to materially cut down the lead established by the winner. L. M. Rathbun and S. S. Graham, both of Iowa State, finished a few seconds apart. )i gum STATE PASS e BEATS HMI AS I I CAME ENDS, 7-0 Long Toss in Last Second Earns Big Ten Title. BY JAME"; CRUSINBERRY. - Urbana, Ill., Nov. 20.Special.-- Just one second before the footbal season ended Ohio State's team today settled all disputes of the conferen-Ce championship by scoring a touchdown on a wonderful forward pass for a gain of 42 yards. Battling on even terms, and only an instant left to Way, Hoge " Workmln heaved one of his long passes to Myers, who dashed over the goal line with a , clear field. Stinchcomb kicked go.il ; and time was called immediately, with , the count 7 to 0 in favor of the unbeaten Buckeye team. It was the most ; thrilling finish ever seen on IllInois : field, and perhaps the saddest for Elinois. Once in the first half Ohio had b.ett within a yard of Illinois' goal, but the Illini held. Once in the second hr.if Illinois was within one foot of Ohio's goal, but the Scarlet and Gray held. FIRST PERIOD. Ohio defended the south goal with the advantage of a ligIn wind. Retscla kicked over the goal. Ohio taking the ball on its 20 yard line. Wi Haman and Stinchcomb tried the Illinois line and made one yard on three attempts. H. , midfield. Here Illinois held and there was 'in-other exchange of punts. Then Stinchcomb got loose in a zigzag dodging and wriggling Manner for a mad dash of :8 yards to Illinois' 17 yard line. Male and Stinchcomb made five more. then on a fake forward pass H. NVorkman ran to II:inois six yard line for a first down. Wi Haman, Blair, and Stichcomb all tried the line oh split plays. and tho four shots got the ball to the one yar 1 line. where Illinois took the oval on downs. Hellstrom punted to Oh Wm 37 yard line, and Ohio Just had time for two more attempts at the Illinois lino and two incomplete forward passes when time was called for the half. Illinois, 0; Ohio State, O. TIIIRD PERIOD. Reitsch kicked off to Stinchcomb, who dashed through the Illinois team except Bob Fletcher, who delayed him enough for Carney to catch him from behind. but the ball was on Illinois' 44 yard line. Carney was hurt again and was carried off the field, Doepel replacing him. Three plays off tackle netted 11 yards for Ohio, then Blair made 3 more on two smashes. StIchcomb added 5, but fumbled, and Illinois recovered on its 15 yard line. An exchange of pnnts gave Ohio the ball on its 44 yard line. The Buckeyes fumbled and lost 5 yard.. then Workman punted to Illinois' 25 yard line. Ohio punted and Illinois downed on Its 25 yard line. Crangle and Walquist made 12 yards, then Walquist tried a pass, but Myers Intercepted on Ohio's 43 yard line. Another et-change of punts gave Illinois the advantage, then Walquist executed a swell pass to Doepel who was downed on Ohio's 16 yard line as time was called. Illinois, 0; Ohio. O. FOURTII PERIOD. Crangle plunged through the middle for 2 yards. then Ralph Fletcher found a hole off right tackle for nlne yards to Ohio's five yard line. It was the big chance for Illinois. Crangle hit the middle for a yard and Ralph Fletcher and Crangle plunged twice more. but the ball was still two yards away. One more plunge by Crarigle put the ball one foot from the goal, but It was not over. Ohio tried a couple of plays with only a yard gain, then Workman punted to Bob Fletcher, who made a fair catch on his 37 yard line- It would have been a fine chance for a field goal, but the ball was called back and Illinois penalized eve yards for ; offside. Ohio then punted out of danger. There were exchanges of punts until the last minute of play. when Ohio got the ball on Illinois' 42 yard line. With only a minute to play Ohio tried three long passes. The first and second failed. The third, Workman .1.o Myers, succeeded. and after getting the pass. Myers ran 10 yards to the goal line for the touchdown In the last second of play. Stinchcomb kicked goal. Score: Ohio State. 7; Illinois, 0- The lineup: Ohio State Illinois TOL n. N Workman ;Campy. Linden. I n.. , I R. 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