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made 9 yards through Michigan's line
and smashed for another yard for
first down. Cappon intercepted for-
ward pass and forced out bounds on
State's 4 yard line. Steketee made no
gain. Usher gained 1. Steketee gain-
ed 2 yards. 1 yard to go. Ohio line
held like Gibraltar and Steketee fail-'
ed to make the necessary 2 feet for a
touchdown. State's ball on their half
yard line. .H. Workman kicked from
behind goal line to his owh 35 yard'
Dunn signaled for a fair catch, but1
was tackled and State penalized 15'
yard. Michigan's ball on State's 17
yard line. Steketee made 1 yat' off
guard. , Usher then made 3 yards.
Usher made 5 more off, left tackle.
Michigan's ball on State's 4 yard line.
Usher failed to gain. Time out
for Trott. Willaman goes in to re-
place C. Taylor. Usher made 3 yards.
Dunn made the necessary 1 yard for
Steketee kicked goal.
Score-Mich 7, 0. S. U. 0.
Stinchcomb replaced Biair. H.
Workman kicked off to Goebel, who
returned to his 32 yard line.- Usher
failed to gain. Michigan penalized 15
for holding. . Steketee punted 45 yards
to H. Workman on State's 45 yard
line. Paper in for Usher. Stinch-
comb failed to gain. Willaman hit
center for 2 yards. Workman punted
50 yards out bounds on Michigan's 4
yard line. Steketee punted to Work-
man on Michigan's 35 yard line, who
returned 10 yards to Michigan's 25
yard line. Stinchcomb made 4 yards
through right tackle. Goebel threw
Stinchcomb fo'r 1 yard loss.
Forward pass from Workman was
grounded. State's ball on Michigan's1
25-yard line. 4th down-12 to go. An-
other forward pass 35 yards. Work-
man to Noel Workman, put ball on
Michigan's 3 yard line. Willaman then
made' 1 yard. Willaman failed to gain
on next play. , Ohio's ball on Michi-
gan's shalf yard line; 4th down.
It's over. Henderson made the nec.
essary half yard for touchdown. Time
ff. Workmen kicked goal.
Score-?dIch. 7, 0. S. U. 7.
Steketee kicked off behind goal
posts. Ohio puts ball in play on their
own 20 yard line. J. Dunn intercept-
ed a 45 yard forward pass but failed
to return. Michigan's ball on their 43
yard line. Paper gained 2 yards.
Steketee punted 35 yards to Work-
man on State's 23 yard line. Paper
was all that was between Stinchcomb
and goal line. He stopped him in
midfield as the half ended.
Score-Michlgan 7, Ohio State 7; 15
Usher back in. Cohn for Cappon.
Workman kicked off to Michigan. Ball
went out bounds. Ball back for an-
other kickoff. Workman kicked 35
yards to Vick, who returned ball to
Michigan 32 yard line. Steketee ran,
wide round left end for 20 yards.
Michigan's ball on Ohio's 48 yard
line. Steketee-lost 2 yards, Michigan
was offside and penalized 5 yards.
Michigan ball on Michigan's 46 yard
line. On a fake buck, Dunn made 6
yards round right end. Steketee punt-
ed to H. Workman on State's 5 yard
line, who returned 10 yards.
Stinchcomb then ran round left ,end
for 9 yards. Time. out for Michigan.
State's ball on their own 24 yard line.
Play resumed. Workman failed to
gain. Willaman failed to gain on lineI
buck, and H. Workman punted 50
yards td Michigan's 35 yard line.
Steketee was thrown for a six yard
loss. Michigan's vball on their 29
yard line. On a fake punt, Usher
gained 1 yard through center. Steke-
tee punted out bounds on Ohio's 28
yard line. H. Workman, on a kick
formation, went through center for
12 yards, putting the ball on State's
39 yard line. He was injured on the
play. Time out for H. Workman. H.
Workman on feet again with head
bandaged. Play resumed.
Ohio's ball on their 39 yard line.
Stinchcomb gained 1 yard on a quar-
terback sneak. Stinchcomb skinned'
through left tackle for 10, putting ball
on Michigan's 45 yard line. Stinch-
comb sneaked for 2 more. After ex--
change of punts and a fumble by Dunn
to Myers, Ohio's ball on Michigan 27
yard line. Bliss failed to kick a field
goal from 30 yard line, and Michigan
put ball in play on their own 20 yard
Perrin for Usher. Bliss in for Hen-
derson. Perrin failed to gain on end
runs and punted high to Workman on
Michigan 40 yard line. Willaman
then bucked for 1 and Stinchcomb
made 6 more. Willaman then went
through for 2 and let down. Rowland
for Johns. Ball on Michigan 31 yard
line. Bliss made 3 yards off left tac-
kle. Michigan's forwards got through
and blocked H. Workman's pass. 4th
down-3 to go. Ball on Michigan's
28 yard line. Bliss again tried a drop
kick from 40 yard line. Ball was
caught'by Perrin and was downed on
Michigan's 3 yard line. The 3rd quar-
ter ended with the ball in Michigan's
possession on their 3 yard line. C.
Taylor went back . in at fullback,
bringing Willaman back to the bench.
Score-Michigan 7, 0. S. U. 7.
Johns returns to game, place Row-4
Steketee punted from behind goal
line. Ball was blocked and State -re-:
covered ball over goal line for touch-
Score-Ohio State 13, Michigan 7.
Stinehcomb kickled goal.
Score-Ohio State 14, Michigan 7.
Steketee kicked off 45 yards to
Stinchcomb, on his 10 yard line, who
returned to Micigan's 40 yard line,
before he was downed. Dunn tackled
him hard and he was thrown out.
After a minute on ground, he shot
up in air, and resumed play. Ohio's
ball on Michigan's 45 yard line.
Bliss failed to gain. Forward pass,
Stinchcomb to C. Taylor, lost 3 yards,
but the play was ruled out. H.
Workman's pass was grounded: It's
State's ball on Michigan's 40 yard
line. 4th down-10 to go. Workman
punted 35 to Dunn on a fair catch on
Michigan's 6 yard line. Perrin lost
5 yards. Steketee punted out bounds
on Michigan's 45 yard line.
-Stinchcomb then made 5 through
left tackle. Forward pass, H. Work-
man to Bliss, was good for 15 yards,
putting ball on Michigan's 25 yard
line. Ohio State was off side' and'
State penalized 5 yards putting ball
on Michigan's 30 yard line. -Goetz
broke through and stopped C. Taylor
for 2 yard loss. Stinchcomb sneaked
through center for 5, placing ball on
Mich. 27 yard line. .Goebel broke
through and caught H. Workman for
a 10 yard loss, placing ball on Mich-
igan's 38 yard line. It's 4th down
MAKES FAST TIME
Finishing well ahead of his nearest
competitor Harry Davis, '24, yesterday
won the All-fresh cross country race.
Davis' time was 14:47:1, nine seconds
faster than that of Leland, the favor-
ite in the race, who finished second.
Arndt, the third man to cross the
mark, finished in 15:17. It was nearly
a minute before the next three men
came in sight, but when they finished
they were well bunched. Hattendorf
took fourth honors, with Bowen and
Yakes not far behind him.
These six men, Davis, Leland, Arndt,
Hiattendorf, Bowen, and Yakes, by rea-
son of their superiority over the other
31 men entered, compose the All-fresh
cross country squad. The first three
will receive cups from the intramural
department in addition to the numer-
als which are awarded to all six.
and 20 to go. Time out for H. Work-E
man again. Putting more bandagesc
on Workman's head. Play resumed.1
Bliss punted 40 yards behind Mich-
igan's goal line. Ball in play on
Michigan's 20 yard line. Perrin went
round left end for 4 yards. H. Work-
man was not in condition to continue
play and was taken off field by team
mates. Don Wiper replaces H. Work-
man at quarter for Ohio State. 9
minutes to play.
Perrin made 6 yards around rightt
end, making it 1st down on his own
30 yard line. Steketee then made 4
off right tackle. Perrin failed to gain.
round right end. Dunn forward pass
was grounded. 4th down-5 to go.
Steketee punted 45 yards to Stinch-
comb; who returned 35 yard to Mich-
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BOWERS ENTERS FINAL ROUND
OF FALL TENNIS TOURNAMENT
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little trouble in the first set but Hames
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