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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1921

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0. 5. U., MICHIGAN BANDS ENTER
FIELD PLAYING COLLEGE
SONGS
FIGHT TO FINISH--AIM
OF OPPOSING ELEVENS
First Quarter Scoreless; Ohio Opens
Second With Touchdown by
Stuart
Ferry Field, Oct. 22.-Ohio Stater
scored her third victory over the
Wolverines, when she defeated the
Michigan eleven here this after-
noon.
The battle, witnessed by a record
breaking crowd of 42,000, was
bitterly contested, and it was
only by consistent work that the
winning points were scored.
Ferry Field, Oct. 22.-Ohio Band
marched on field in single file. Both
teams appeared on field early.
Ohio lineup remains exactly as was
played at Minnesota. Ohio band, of
over 100 pieces with the red and grey
capes flowing marched down the field.
Michigan band entered and moved
to east end of field.
Both tears came out on the field
for a short practice, after which they
returned to the club house. Michign
band paraded down center of the field.
playing the "Victors," faced flag pole,
and played the "Star Spangled l3an-
ner" while the flag was raised.
Flags were lower.i to half ma kI;
honor of2 Michign yed, while t',
band played "Yellow and Blue."
Band also played Ohio song in honor
of Ohio dead.
Amidst thundering cheers of stands,
Captain Duke Dunne led the team
cto the field. Myers, captain of Ohi',
followed shortly after, with the Ohio
aggegation.
FIRST QUARTER
"Duke" Dunne won the toss, and
chose to defend the West goal.
Pixley kicked off to Roby on Michi-
gan's 15 yard line. Roby carried ball
to his ,own 35 yard line. Steketee
made 2 around left end. Steketee
punted to Ohio's 30 yard line.
Muirhead broke through and caught
Honaker for 3 yard loss. Goebel
threw Honaker for 1 yard loss. Work-
man made $ on quarterback sneak.
Seward punted to Kipke on Michi-
gan's 42 yard' line. 1 ipke signaled
for fair catch. Michigan's ball on her
own 42 yard line.
Roby made 4 through right tackle.
Kipke made 3 more through right
guard. Kipke failed to gain. Steke-
tee punted out of bounds on Olio's
31 yard line.
Steketee threw Stuart for a 3 yard
loss on attempted end run. Johns
stopped Stuart after a 2 yard gain.
Kirk threw Stuart for 1 yard loss.
Stuart kicked to Kipke on Michi-
gan's 40 yard line who returned 4
yards. Michigan's ball on 43 yard
line. Steketee makes 2 yards around
right end. Roby went through left

HOW THEY LINED UP
1 CHIGAN OHIO
Kirke........L.E........Myersy
Cappon...... L.T. ......Huffman
Dunne...:....L.G.........Pixley
Vick...,.....C.........Young
Johns........R.G........Trott,
Muirhead......R.T.......Spiers
Goebel.......R.E. .......Slyker
Uteritz........Q.B ....Workman
Kipke........L.H. ....Stuart
Roby........ F.B. ........Taylor
Steketee..... R.H......Honakers
Referee-H. B. Hackett, West'
Point; Umpire-H.- R. Snyder,
Harvard; Field Judge, L. Gard-
ner, Illinois; Head Linesman-E.;
E. Prugh, Ohio Wesleyan.M
5 around right.end, then failed to gain
on next play.
Roby plowed through line for 3
yards. Steketee dropped back for
place kick for field goal. Steketee
fails to kick field goal. Ohio's ball on
own 20 yard line.
Taylor went through right guard
for 6 yards. Ohio penalized 5 yards
for offside. Taylor makes 4 through "DUSE" DUNNE
left guard. MICHIGAN'S HARD-FIGHTING
Stuart makes 4 more on right end CAPTAIN
run. End of quarter.
Score, Michigan 0, Ohio State 0. goal on his 45 yard line. Michigan
SECOND QUARTER blocked kick and recovered ball on
Stuart punted to Michigan's 20 yard their own 45 yard line. Steketee lost
line, this was a 60 yard punt. Young 2 yards on attempted end run.
threw Kipke for 4 yard loss. Roby Spiers threw Steketee for no gain.,
made 8 around right -end. Steketee punted to Stuart on Ohio's
Steketee failed to gain. Stuart 20 yard line. Stuart nailed, for no
picked up a short rolling punt of gain.,
Mteketee's and raced from Michigan's Isabell failed to gain.
40 yard line to a touchdown. PIxley Isabell punted out of bounds on
kicks goal. Score, Ohio 7, Michigan 0. Michigan's 45 yard, line. Michigan
On this play Michigan was caught gains 10 yards on exchange of punts.
asleep. * Uteritz makes 4 yards on a quarter-
Steketee kicked off but ball went back sneak. Roby plunged for 1 yard.
out of bounds. Kicked off again to Time out for Ohio.
Ohio's 30 yard line. Ohio player Forward pass, Roby to Goebel.
fumbled but recovered. Isabell went Gained 20 yards. Ball goes back
in for Honaker. when referee rules ball hit the
Isabell punted to Uteritz on Michi- ground.
gan's 32 yard line. Kipke made 1 Steketee punted to Isabell who sig-
around right end. Kipke's knee again naled for fair catch, on Ohio's 18
injured. Taken out of game. Kipke yard line.
replaced by Knode. Isabell punted over Michigan's goal
Roby made 6 around right end. line. Roby made 9 yards through
Steketee kicked out of bounds on right tackle. Roby made first down.
Ohio's 40 yard line. Knode made 1 through left tackle.
Isabell fails to gain around right Knode piled through center of line
end. Forward pass from Workman for 5 yards. Roby added 2 more
to Myer makes 20 yards for Ohio. on a plunge. Steketee punted to
Stuart made 1 through right tackle. Stuart on Ohio's 24 yard line. Stuart
Forward, pass, Workman to Slyker, downed in his tracks.
is incomplete. Workman failed to gain on a fake.
Stuart failed to gain around left Isabell punted out of bounds on his
end. Pixley ran back to kick field own 43 yard line. Forward pass,

Roby to Goebel, made 30 yards, Michi-
gan's ball on States 18 yard line.
Forward pass decided incomplete.
Another pass from Roby incomplete.
Roby thrown for 10 yard loss in try-
ing another pass. Forward pass Roby
to Vick again failed. Ohio's ball on
her own 30 yard line.
Forward pass Isabell to Slyker,
made 15 yards. Ohio's ball on her
45 yard line.
Knode intercepted forward pass
from Stuart. Michigan's ball on Mich-
igan's 43 yard line. Forward pass
Roby to Uteritz made 15 yards. Stuart
intercepted Roby's pass. Ohio's ball
on her 35 yard line. End of First'
Half. Score: Ohio 7, Michigan 0.
THIRD QUARTER
Kipke went back into game in place

in for Johns. Weaver in for Taylor.
Stuart failed to gain.
Isabell made 2 through right tackle.
Forward pass Workman to Trott car-
ries ball to Michigan's 12 yard line.
Weaver made 3 through right
tackle. Weaver made 4 more through
left tackle. Ball on Michigan's 4
yard line.
Weaver failed to gain. Fairbairn
threw Stuart on the 1 yard line.
First down for Ohiol on Michigan's
1 yard line. End of Quarter.
Ohio 7,Michigan 0. Ohio's ball, -on
Michigan's 1 yard line..
FOURTH QUARTER
Johns went in for Wilson. Dunne
went back in for Swan. Taylor back
in for Weaver.
Michigan held on 1 foot line.
Taylor carried the ball over the line.
010o 13, Michigan 0.
Pixley kicks goal. Ohio 14, Michi-
gan 0.
Steketee, kickpd off to Workman
who was downed on his 26 yard line.
Kirk's leg hurt, was taken from
game. Curran replaced him.
Stuart thrown for a 10 yard loss.
Stuart fails to gain.
Stuart made 2 around end. Isabell
punted to Uteritz who caught ball on,
his 45 yard line, and han back to
Ohio's 42 yard line.:
Roby thrown for a 4 yard loss.
Forward pass Roby to Goebel outside,
of bounds.
Forward pass Roby to Goebel in-
complete. Steketee punted out of
bounds on Ohio's 20 yard line.

of Knode. Steketee7
Workman who worked
to Ohio's 30 yard line.
2 through left tackle.
Johns.
Kipke failed to gain.
Roby plunged through

kicked off to
the ball back
Isabell made
Time out for
Roby failed.
for 4 yards.

Steketee punted out of bounds on-
Ohio's 42 yard line.
Isabell made 3 through center.
Stuart thrown for no gain. Isabell
punted to Uteritz who returned ball
to Michigan's 35 yard line.
Taylor made 5 yards through center.
Taylor failed to gain. Forward pass
Workman to Stuart took ball down
to Michigan's 25 yard line.
Kipke again injured and taken out
of game. Fairbairn went in for Kipke.
Workman got 1 yard on quarter-
back sneak. Isabell failed to gain.
Isabell again thrown for loss. '
Double forward pass from Work-
man to Meyer to Slyker passed over
Michigan's goal line. Judged incom-
plete. Michigan's ball on her 20 yard
line. Uteritz made 5 through center.
Roby crawled the line for a first
down. Roby adds 1 more.
Steketee made 1 more. Steketee
punted to Stuart who was downedf
on his 36 yard line.
Workman made 4 and 2 on a quart-
erback sneaks.
Isabell punted out of bounds on
Michigan's 15 yard line. Pauley went
in for Young at center. Fairbairn
failed to gain.
Roby made 4 through right tackle.
Uteritz made 5 more in a sneak.,
Steketee punted to Isabell on Michi-
gan's 45 yard line. Isabell made 6
through. center. Swan went in for
Dunne. Isabell made 1 on a split
buck.
Taylor made first down. Time out
for Michigan and Ohio. Wilson goes

'LARGESTCRW
WEST OF YALE
AT GRID GAME
NEW STANDS FILLED AS TEA1S
BEGIN THEIR ANNUAL
CONTEST
OHIO COIORTS, 6,000
STRONG, SEE CONTEST
Michigan Alumni Return in Strong
Numbers for Homecoming
Day
Ferry Field, Oct. 22-The stands
were completely filled and all
standing room taken when the
whistle blew to start the annual
Ohio State-Michigan football con-
test. The chowd is estimated at
42,00,more than at any other
field in the country, with the ex.
ception of Yale and Harvard.
Many alumni returned to the
Universitybto watch the contest.
The Ohio block of 6,000 seats was
entirely filled.
(By Thomas E. Dewley)
The greatest crowd ever ,assembled
for a football game in the West be-
gan pouring through the gates of
Ferry field today at 12:30 and at 2:30,
thirty minutes before the starting
whistle, standing room was filled, the
stands were already a sea of faces
and enthusiasm was running at high-
est pitch.
Lending dignity to the dedication of
Michigan's new stadium and to the
unveiling of the memorial to the
Michigan war heroes, the governors
of the states sending the two compet-
ing football teams were in the stands;
the largest crowd of rooters ever
sent by another school to Michigan
were filling 6000 seats in the North
stand; and the greatest number of
alumni ever assembled for a football
game in Ann Arbor filled the town to
overflowing.-
Alumni and viitors began filling
Ann Arbor last night and all through
this morning automobiles, jammed
trains, trucks, and "the bumpers"
contributed to the growing assemb-
lage of people that more than doubled
the population of Ann Arbor for a
day. And it was a jubilant but
strangely serious crowd of- people,
too, those who were back for the
Homecoming, back for a, vacation,
back for a great game, but first of
all, back to Michigan WIN. So, above
all, that topic was the keynote of all
the salutations, the recollections, and
the prophesies.
Vick threw Stuart for a 5 yard loss.
Searle" in for Farbairn.,
Hlonaker in for Isabell.. Failed to
gain. Stuart punted out of bounds
on his own 36 yard line. Steketee
faied to gain on a delayed pass.
Forward pass, Roby to Curren, in-
complete. Pass, Goebel to Roby, in-
complete.
Steketee punted to Stuart on Ohio's
17 yard line.
Time out.
Stuart fails around rght end.
Workman makes 5 on quarterback
sneak. Stuart punts to Uteritz who
fumbles the ball. Meyers recovers
and ball on Michigan's 25 yard line.
Searle intercepts Workman's for-
ward pass on Michigan's 4 yard line.

HUFFMAN -
A BIG PART OF THE OHIO WALL

,dded 1 more yard. Steketee
placed kick out of bounds on
yard line.
brew Taylor for 2 yard loss.
made 5 on a quarterback
n line smothers Workman
er attempted sneak. Stuart'
D Uteritz who signaled for
n Michigan's 49 yard line.
broke through the entire
i for a 35 yard run. Michi-
A down on Ohio's 18 yard
a beautiful onen field run.

MEN IN CHARGE OF EXTJ
Editor-Paul Watzel.
Assisants-E. P. Lovejoy,
P. Dawson, Frank MePike, Ge
Reindel, Julian Mack, Georg
Sloum. Harry C. Clark, C. R.
ron A. D. Clark.

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