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attempts
Dunne

ch-' ' -- sua e'
hi CLIFF SPARKS WIt 0SCORED'
a'- Michigan points do a 45-yard
r kick.

THE
drop

s. Weston -
s on MiChi- Pixley kicks off to Weston, who re-
igan's ball. turnsto Michigan's 32-yard line.
ga ichigan Sparks makes 1 yard. Michigan gains
half yard through line. Sparks punts
to Stinchcomb who returns to 0. S. U.'s
'erry Field. 23-yard line. Goetz stops Harley for
comb and a 1-yard gain. Vick intercepts Har-
J.'s 28-yard ley's pass and carries ball to 0. S. U.'s
nb after a 27-yard line. Cruse fails to gain. Wes-
ter. Vick ton makes 5 yards through tackle.
yard gain. Sparks held for no gain by Harley.
comb and Double pass from Sparks to Cruse
yard gain., fails to make first down, Ohio's ball
go. Har- on her own 20-yard line.
returns 5 Harley runs ,into Vick and stops.
line. Wes- Harley pass is blocked. Harley punts
ghttackle. off side on his own 48-yard line; Mich-
'ough tack- igan's ball. Cruse's. pass to Dunne
No gain. fails. Double pass, Sparks to Cruse,
M. Sparks incomplete. Harley spoils pass Vick
rd line.a to Dunne.,,'Sparls punts off side on
by a line O. S., U.'s 4-yard line. Ohio's ball.
side on . Stiir hcomb makes 5 yards through
gan's ball, line, Vick tackling him. Same play
'ckle. Was- nets 1 yard. Half over. Score: Xich-
un. Michi- sgan 3, 0. S .*U. 7.
to Dunne.
goal from SECOND HALF
yard line. Pixley kicks off to Fortune, who
7. ' fumbles ball, recovering on .Michigan's

TNMATCESAGAN
HEL PDVWTCOURTS
Rain early Saturday morning ren-
dered theacourts on Ferry field un-
playable, and as a result thw match
with the Toledo Tennis club was can-
celled and the tournament matches
schedaed for the morning were post-
poned until Monday.
Nine Men Left in 1Ingles
Only nine men are left in -he sin-
gles. In the upper hat, Christie,
'Fri eman, Cole, Sanchez, and Reinle
have survived. Below, Ohlmacher,
Gregoiy, Angell, and Stephens are
still in the race. The feature of the
tournament Jias been the excellent
s'iowvruv made by the freshmen. Four
of the remaining nine are membrs
of thisclass. Stephens is one of the
most promising young players seen on
the .campus for several years. His vic-
tory over Munz hasbeen the greatest
upset in the tournament. Sanchez,
(Continued on Page Six).
41-yard line. Time out for Flower,
injured. Remains in game. Davies
substitutes for Bliss. Cruse makes 1
yard. Sparks gains 1 yard oi end
run. Davies stops him. Weston gains
half yard ,on end run. Sparks punts
to Stinchcomb, stopped on 14-yard
line by Czsyz., Ohio's ball. Stnch-
comb gains 1 yeard on fake kick. Har-
ley punts off side on own 42-yard line.
Michigan's ball.
Sparks goes through tackle for 5
yards. Cruse makes 2 yards through
guard. Weston makes 3 yards. One
yard to go for first down. Forward
pass Vick to Dunne fails. Ohio's ball
,on own 33-yard line. Stinchcomb gets
away ,for a 22-yard run, Ohio's ball
on Michigan's 40-yard line. Harley
,gets, away for isa 4-yard run and a
touchdown. Harley falls to kick goal.
Score: Michigan 3, Ohio 1$.
-Hammels goes in for Peach. Pixley.
;kicks off to Cruse, who returns+ to
Michigan's "28-yard line. Michigan
penalized "10 yards. Ball on 15-yard
line. Spiers injures hand. Spirks
goes around right end for 5 yards.
Cruse makes 1 yard. Forward pass,
Vick to Dunne, Incomplete. Sparks
punts to Stinchcomb who carries the
ball to his own 33-yard line.
G. Dunn for H. Wilson. G. Dunn
stops Stinchcomb by grabbing him by
the sweter. Michigan line holds. Wes-
ton interceptsbHarley's forward pass
and carries ball to Ohio :State's 34-
yard line.
Pass incomplete, Sparks to R. Dunne
Hammel's forward pass is incomplete.
Stinchcomb interferes with Weston.
Harley intercepts Sparks' forward
pass. Ohio State's ball on her own 15,
yard line. Michigan holds Stinchcomb
on fake kick. Glenn Dinnstops Iar-
ley for 3-yard loss on end run. Har-
ley punts .off side on his own 38-yard
line. Michigan's ball.
Cruse makes no gain through tackle.
Pixley injured. Froenke for Cruse.
Vick hits a stone wall. Wieche for
Pixley. Pass, Sjarks to R. Dunne, fails.
Sparks fails to kick field goal from
48-yard line. Ohio State'sdball on own
20-yard line.
Stinchcomb is run off side by Dunne
for a 5-yard loss. Stinchcomb fails
to gain on fake kick. Harley punts to
Sparks on own 45-yard line. Pass to
F'roemke incomplete. Sparks loses 8
yards on end run tackled by Myers.
Forward pass, Hammels to Dunne, in-
complete. Dunne injured. End of
Quarter. Score: Michigan. 3, Ohio
State 13.
Fourth Quarter

Ball on. Ohio State's 48-yard line.
Sparks' punt blocked. Ohio State's
ball on Michigan's 42-yard line.
Harley fumbles on Michigan's 41-
yard line. Ohio State recovers. Ohio's
ball on Michigan's 40-yard line. For-
ward pass Harley to Stinchcomb, takes
ball to Michiganis 27-yard. line. Har-
ley gains 7 yards through right tackle.
Willaman stopped for 1- yard gain.
Ohio State fumbles. Sparks recovers
the ball on Michigan's 5-yard line.
Ohio penalized 5 yards. Michigan's
'ball on 10-yard line. Sparks punts to
Stinchcomb who returns to Michigan's
33-yard line.
Taylor for Willaman. Vick stops
'Harley after 3-yard gain.
Taylor gains 1 yard. Harley at-
tempts a pass. Goetz breaksrthrouglu
and tackles him on Michigan's 37-yard
line for a 12-yard Joss. Ohio State pen-

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BEAK WESTON WHO STARRED ON
the defense for Michigan.
alized 5 yards for stalling. Harley
kicks back of goal, Michigan's -ball on
20-yard line.
Froemke makes 1 yard. Slyker for
Flower. Hammel's pass to Weston in-,
tercepted by Harley. Ohio's aball.
Michigan stops Harley after 4-yard
run. 0. S. U. penalized 25 yards. Ball
on 0. S. U.'s 35-yard line.
Forward pass incomplete. Harley
'throws away ball in effort to get a'
pass., Michigan's ball on 0. S. U.'s 37-
yard line.
Sparks carires ball for 1-yard loss.
Sparks' pass to Dunne incomplete.
UHamml's forward pass to Weston in-
complete. Michigan's ball. Sparks
ipunts off side on 0. S. U.'s 4-yard line.
'Michigan holds Ohio State.
, Harley punts to Sparks who re-
turns to 0. S. U.'s 45-yard line.
Dunne, incomplete.
Weston makes 5 yards through
tackle. Sparks' forward pass inter-
cepted by Harley on Michigan's 37
yard line.
LINEUP I
Michigan Ohio
Dunne......L.E.......Myers
Goetz......L.T......Huffman
Fortune..... L.G.........Pixley
Johnson......C..Holtkamp
Peach......R.G. .......Tott
H. Wilson.... R.T......Spiers
Rye........R.E......Flower
Sparks..,.....Q.B. . Stinchcomb
Weston ...... L.H.......Bliss
Cruse....R.H........Harley
Vick.. ..F.B. .... Willaman
Officials
Birth Earlham, Referee.
John Schomer, Chicago, umpire.
Earl' Prugh, Ohio' Wesleyan,
head linesman.'
Summary
Touchdowns - Spiers, Harley.
Goals from touchdown-Harley,
1. Field goal-Sparks.

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