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1101*1~lWVVLOSCASE TEAM 48-0;
SLPEYFILD KEEPS SCORE DOWN

Makes Many Gains
Through Case Line

(Continued from page 1.)
This was - nothing more than the
old line buck played from a fake end
rin and the way the line opened up
the first two times it was used al-
lowed a Case back to sneak through
for five .yard advances. Slow charg-
ing, due in part to the slippery field,
gave the opbosfng passer and kicker
more than enough time to get their
plays off.
Gr hln is Case Slar
One mai stood out, prominently in
theCase lineup and he was, respon-
sible for mosQt of the ground gained
by the Cleveland aggregation. Quar-
ter" back Gribben was the offender and
he had the Michigan rooters on the
anxious seat on several occasions
when he got away in broken field for
substantial advances. He was also
on the starting end of the Scientists'
pass offense and picked the right man
for the several passes completed by
the opposition.
Inability tobreak up the Case pass-
ing game was the one outstanding
weakness shown by the Yostmen
through out the game. On five dif-
ferent occasions an opposing end or
back was allowed to take a pass for
gains ranging from five to 25 yards.
On the other hand Michign did not at-
tempt to pass once-
First Quarter
lichigan defended the east goal.
Cappon kicked off to Gribben who re-
tdrned fiveyards to the n 5yard line.
Campbell failed to gain on a line
plunge. Gribben kicked to Kipke who
was downed on his own 35 yard line.
Kipke fumbled and was thrown for 10
yard loss. Kipke punted to Gribben
who was downed on the Case 37 ard
line. Neisch threw Lynn for no gain
on an end.,run. Time out for Nesh
but he returned to play. Gribben
kicked 50 yards to Knode who re-
turned five. Kipke punted on the
first down and Neisch dropped Grib-.
ben on Case 40 yard line with a vi-
cious tackle. Gribben kicked to
Knode who was downed in his tracks
on his own 27 yard lie. Cappon hit
left tackle for two yards. Roby was
stopped for no gain on an attempt
hrund left end. Kipke kicked to Grib-
ben who was downed by Kirk for- no
gain Kipke dropped Lynn for a
three yard loss on a run around left
end. Case fumbled on the next play
but recovered. Gribben punted to
Kipke who returned 15 yards to the
3' yard line. Kipke turned right end
for four yards. Cappon drove into
left tackle for one yard. Kipke slips
ped as he reached the line of scrim-
mage, no gain. Kipke kicked out of
bounds on the Case 27 yard line. The
Case eleven was fighting the Varsity
-to a standstill. Lynn made a foot
around Kirk's end. Johns got over-
anxious on this play and Case was
.given five yards and first down for the
offside. Clinthorne made a foot
through center. Campbell fumbled on
the next play and Vander Voort re-
covered for Michigan on the Case $34
yard line. Cappon walked over left
-tackle for five yards- Roby chose the
same spot for four more. . Knode at-
tempting to pass was thrown for sev-
.en yard loss. Kipke tried a drop
kick standing on the 40 yard stripe
but missed by inches. End of first
quarter, Case ball on 20 yard line,
Score: Michigan 0, Case 0.
Second Quarter
Gribben kicked out of bounds on 4
yard line. Kipke made six yards
around left end. Captain Byrn, of
Case, was laid out on this play but
returned to position. Kipke slipped
but made thre yards around left end.

Cappon broke through left side of the
line andran 23 yards before h was
stopped. Kipke followed with six
around left end. Cappon hit right
guard for dne, but Roby was holding
and Michigan was penalized 15 yards.
Cappon crashed through center for
five yards. Ferase went in for Byrn.
Knode was dropped for 10 yard loss
as he stood waiting to pass. Kipke
punted over the goal line and it was
first lown for Case on the 20 yard
line. Lynn faked an end run but
Campbell hit left side of line for five
yards. The same play netted Case
three. Gribben punted out of ounds
on Michigan 47 yard line. Garfield in
for Blahnik. Roby hit line for four.
Cappon broke through left side for 15.
Michigan penalized five yards. Kipke
made five off left tackle. Roby went
through same place for four. Kipke
made six around left end- First down
Michigan. Steele in for Garfield.
Kipke stopped for no gain. On the
next play Kipke ran 25 yards off left
tackle for the first touchdown. Knode
drop kicked go4l for, the extra
point. Score: Michigan 7, Case 0.
Blott kicked off to the 10 yard line
to Campbell who returned 10. Pass
failed. Campbell made two at right
tackle. Gribben kicked to Knode who
returned 19 yards from Michigan 40
yard line. Cappon hit center for five.
Edwards for Smith. Roby circled
right end for 37 yards and a touch.
downa.It was a beautiful run- On the
try for goal Knode fumbled the pass
but recovered in time to score. Score:
iliclgan 14, Case 0.
Gribben kicked off to Kipke who re-
turned 45 yards to Case 40 yard Sine.
Kipke knifed \right tackle for five.
Roby made seven around left end.
Cappon turned the same end for nine
more. Alden went in for McAfee and
Moore for Clinthorne. Kipke tore
around right end for 1.0 yards. Roby
took right end for 12 and a touch-
down. Knide drop kicked goal.
Score: Michigan 21, Case 0.
Blott kicked off to the 15 yard line
and Steele dropped Lynn with a vi-
cious tackle. Moore made three yards
around left end- Half ended with ball
in Case possession on her, own 23 yard
line. Score: Michigan 21, Case 0..
Clinthorne in for Moore. Byrn for
Edwards, Norway for Ferase, Hnder-
son for Neisch, Steger for Roby.
Blott kicked off to Clinthorne who
immediately returned the kick. It was
Michigan's ball on her own 35 yard
line. On the first play Steger circled
left end and ran the intervening 65
yards for the touchdown. Steger
place kicked goal. Score: Michigan
289 Case 0.
Blott kicked to Campbell who re-
turned 20 yards to the 25 yard line.
Pass failed. Another pass was knock-
ed down. Gribben kicked to Knode
who returned 30 yards to Case 30 yard
line. Kipke made one at left tackle-
Cappon made one on right side: Steg-
er failed on attempted place kick
from 45 yard line. Case ball on 20
yard line. A pass, Gribben to Clin-
thorne was good for 25 yards. Kipke
broke up a pass attempt. Another
pass, Gribben to Whitlock, was good
for seven yards. Gribben, on an op-
tional pass play ran 22 yards around
left end. Campbell hit line for two.
Pass failed. Cappon intercepted a pass
on the 30 yard line. Kipke kicked to

Frank J.- Cappon
Cappy could always be counted
upon. to gain the necessary yardage
needed to make first .down for tho
Varsity against the'Case forward wall.
Gribben who returned, 10 yards to
Case 40 yard line. Pass failed. Pass
Gribben to luthorne netted Six
yards- Cappon intercepted a is >on
-next play and ran 45 yards fIor a
touchdown. Knlode failed to goal,
Score: Michigan 34, Case 0.
lBlott kicked to Gribben who return-
ed 16 yards to 26 yard line. Pass
Gribben to Clinthorne netted six
yards. Gribben fumbled on next play
and ball rolled to three yard line
from where Gribben ran it to 20 yard
line and was stopped by Johns with
almost a clear field in front of him.
Gribben kicked to 45 yard line. Michi-
gan got a five yard penalty fpr off-
side man touching punted ball. Smith
in for Norway. Roby in for Steger.
Kipke lost ayard at right end. Roby
made a yard around right end. Kip-
ke punted to Gribben who returned
to 24 yard line End of third quar-
te.
Score: iichigan 34, Case 0.
Van Orden in for. Rosatti, Slaugh-
ter for Blott, Folk for Campbell. Case
pass failed. Gribben punted to Kip-
ke who returned five yards from his
own 48 yard mark. Cappon made four
at left tackle. Roby hit same place
for one. Cannon made four on line
plunge. Cappon made five through
center for first down on 30 yard line.
Roby plunged off left ickle and ran
for a touchdown. Kuode drop kicked
the goal. Score: Michigan 41, Case
p.
Duffy for Doehm, Keefer for Kip-
ke. Kirk kicked off low ball hitting
Case center and rebounding. Recov-
ered by VanderVoort on Case 45 yard
line- Keefer failed to make any head-
way around left end. Cappon hit right
for three. Michigan penalized five
yards for offside. Dunleavy went in
for Cappon and on first play made
20 yards around rig ht end. Ydwarls
for Whitlock. Keefer made two around
left end. Roby hit right taclie for
four. Roby repeated for two more.
Dunleavy made it first down by hit-

ting right tackle for three. Dunleavyl
crashed the left side for four. Roby
made one at right guard. Roy ran
five yards off right tackle for a touch-
alwnu. Kuode drop kicked the goal.
Score: Michigan 48, Case 0.-
Murray went in for Van Orden, Cur-
ran for Kirk- Gribben returned the
kickoff to 37 yard line. Gribben fum-
bled and lost five yards. Foll failed
to gain around left end.rCampbell got
five onl the fake end run line buck
play. Gribben kicked to Knode on the
30 yard line and the Wolverine quar-
ter returned 10 yards. Keefer got away
around right end for 12 yards. Dun-
leavy hit line for 15 yards. Dunleavy
hit the left side for five more. Michi-
gan penalized 15 yards for holding.
Knode sneaked one through left
tackle. Dunleavy fumbled but recov-
ered on 45 yard line. Dunleavy kick-
ed to Gribben who returned 35 yards
to midfield but fumbled as he was
tackled. Michigan recovere as final
whistle blew.
LINEUPS
MiEhigan Case
Kirk............L.E....... Whitlock-
Biahnik.........L.T. ..........Brill
Rosatti......... L.G. .........Boehm
Blott............ C........McAfee
Johns..........R.G. ........ Farren
VaderV rt.... R.T. Smith
Neisch...... ..R.E . Byrns, Capt.
Knode....... ...Q......Gribben
Roby.......L-HB.......... Lynn-
Kipke......R. H.B. Clintho e
Cappon.'.B.......Campbell
Summary: Scoring: Touchdowns,
Roby three, Kipke two, Cappon one,
Steger one; goals after touchdowns:
Knode five in six, Steger one in one.
Substitutions: Michigan: Garfield for
Blahuik, Steele for Garfield, Hender-
son for Nesch, Steger for Roby, Roby
for Steger, Van Orden for Rosatti,
Slaughter for Blott, Keefer for Kip-
ke, Murray for Van Orden, Curran for
Kirk. Dunleavy for Roby.
Case: Ferase for Byrns, Alden for
McAfee, Moore for Clinthorne, Cln-
thorne for Moore, Byrns for Edwards,
Norway for Ferase, Smith for Nor-
way, Folk for Campbell, Duffy for
Boehm.
Intramural Items
The various fraternity and house
club speed ball teams have been or-
ganized into the following leagues:
League one-Theta chi, 2738; Delta
Ciii, 2999; Delta Tau Delta, 374;
Kappa Beta Psi, 558. League two-
Delta Upsilon, 33; Sigma Chi, 236;
Delta Sigma Phi, 557-J; Alpha Sigma
Phi, 1460. League three-Acacia,
783; Phi Sigma Kappa, 909; Alpha
Delta Phi, 18; Chi Psi, 231. League
four--Phi Delta Theta, 319; Phi Sig-
ma Delta, 732; Sinfonia, 1505; Nu
Sigma Nu, 397. League five-Beta
Theta Pi, 371; Phi Kappa Sigma,
1166; Trigon, 1016; Theta Delta Chi,
396. League six-Xi Psi Phi, 753;
Cyanus, 41285; Delta Kappa Epsilon,
131; Sigma Phi Epsilon, 1328. 1
The following teams of League one
will play at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday aft-
ernoon on Ferry field. Theta Chi vs.
Delta Chi; Delta- Tau Delta vs. Kap-
pa Beta Psi. League two, at 4:30-
Delta Upsilon vs. Sigma Chi; Delta
Sigma Phi vs. Alpha Sigma Phi.
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0. S. U. Flls to Cross Goal Line of.
Small School Eleven
Columbus, O., Oct. 7.-Ohio Etate
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and won, but only by 5 to 0. The
smaller school which in the past years'
has furnished little opposition for the
Buckeyes fought a plucky battle, but
only on two occasions came with in
scoring distance of 4he O. S. U. goal.
A safety scored and a drop kick from
the toe -of quarterback Workman from
the twenty three yard line accounted
for the 'Buckeye points.
The game marked the unofficial op-
ening of Ohio State's new million and,
a half dollar stadium and was wit
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000 persons. The stadium will be of-
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NOTRE DAME TRIMS
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'South Bend, Ind., Oct. 7.-Notre
Dame trimmed St. Louis university 26,
to 0 today in a contest which was
featured by a 94 yard run from the
kick-off for a touchdown by Don Mil-

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