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leece. Kuhn kicked to Kipke who was
owned in his tracks on the Michigan
3 yard line. Kipke gained three yards
hrough center. Cappon made seven
lards around end. Cappon kicked to
leece who 'returned 10 yards to the
Janderbilt 40 yard line. Kuhn lost
.our yards. around left end. Rleece
raned three yards through tackle.
lcColloughkicked to Kipke who re-
arned the bail 10 yards to Michigan's
8 yard line. Cappon lost two yards
t center. Kirke made- three yards
lirough. tackle. Kipke kicked to
Leece who was downed in his tracks
n the Vanderbilt 30 yard line. Mor-

was downed on Vanderbilt 28 yard
line. Wakefield hit center for no
gain. Neil kicked to Kipke who was
downed on Michigan 38 yard line.
Roby made two yards around left end.
Time out for water. Steger fumbled
on 30 yard line. Capopn kicked to
Reece who returned ball 20 yards to
Michigan 48 yard line. Kuhn gained 3
yards around left end. Forward pass by
Neeley was intercepted by Kipke on
Michigan 38 yard line. Knode gained
eight yards around left end. Kipke
hit center for one. Pass by Goebel
blocked by Neely. Kipke punted to
Neeley who ran out of bounds on Van-
derbilt's 33 yard line- Neil punted to
Knode who was stopped in midfield.
Time out for water. Brown goes in
for Neely. Pass grounded..Kipko
made 28 yards "around left end. Ball
on Vanderbilt 26 yard line. Pass by
Cappon grounded and Michigan pen-
alized 10 yards for holding. Steger
lost four around end. Michigan lost
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hitcete fo oe ar an KhnI wo on }a lae -)ace itci tormation.
hit center for one yard and Kuhn Cappon it the line for four yards. On
stopped around left end for no
ma -sma -- ma {t drop kick formation Goebel kicked

i~ Hadt1 e1Ius, Vi JLscore:A iv * i-7c i

0, Vanderbilt 0.-
Third Quarter
Michigan kicked off, Blott booting
the ball out of bounds. Blott again
'kicked this time. to Kuhn who return-
ked to the Vanderbilt 21yard line. Mc
Collough kicked to Michigan 18 yard
line. Kipke made 20 yards around left
-end. Kipke hit the line for four yards.
-Michigan penalized five yards for off-
side. Roby stopped for no gain. Kip-
,kh kicked to Reece who was downed
in his tracks. Ball on Vanderbilt 18
'yard line. McCollough kicked to Uter-
itz who was downed on Michigan 47
yard line. Forward pass Cappon,to
Kipke netted 10 yards. Roby hit cen-
ter for four yards- Vanderbilt penal-
ized five yards for off side-putting
;ball on Vanderbilt 35 yard line. Cap-
9pon hit tackle for five yards. Kipke
nade three yards around left end. For-
'ward pass by Roby incomplete. Kip-
ke kicled out of bounds. Vanderbilt's
ball on her own one yard line. Mc-
'Collough kicked to Uteritz on Vander-
bilt 35 yard line. Forward pass to
Kirk from Kipke netted 12 yards. Ut-
eritz hit center for three yards. Cap-
pon hit center for three yards. Roby
bucked the line for no gain. Ball goes
over to Vanderbilt on her own 27
line. McCollough kicked to Roby who
was downed on Michigan 38 yard line.
Kipke hit center for one yard. Kip-
ke hit the line for no gain. Time out
for Slaughter. Rosatti goes in for
Slaughter, Blott going to center. Time
out for water. Kipke kicked to Reece
who returned the ball to his own 44
yard line. Neely lost 10 yards around
left end. Neil fumbled but recovered
on Vanderbilt's 15 yard line! McCol-
_ lough kicked to Kipke on Vanderbilt
43 yard line. Time out for water.
fRoby lost three yards around left end.
:Meirs intercepted pass by Roby on
Vanderbilt 27 yard line. Time out for
McCollough- Neil kicked to Uteritz
on Michigan 38 yard line. Knode goes
in for Uteritz. Kipke hit the line for
one yard. Kipke kicked to Reece who
was downed on Vanderbilt 30 yard
line. End of third quarter. Score:,
Michigan,0, Vanderbilt 0.
Fourth Quarter
Kelly kicked to Kipke who was
downed on Michigan 38 yard line.
Steger failed to gain around left end.
Pass, Steger to Kipke, was good for
~15 yards.. Knode attempted a pass
but was downed on Michigan 40 yard
line- Cappon kicked to Reece who

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out of. bourds. Vanderbilt's ball on
lie- own 20 yard line. McCollough
kicked to Kipke who returned to
Michigan 48 yard line. Pass from Goe-
bel to Steger grounded. Another pass
grounded. Steger gained three yards
around left end. Time out for water.
Pass by Goebel intercepted by Kelly
on Michigan 48 yard line. Conyers
goes in for Wakefield. Kuhn hit line
for three yards and again for no gain.
Game ended. Score: Michigan 0,
Vanderbilt 0.
Lineup
Michigan Position Vanderbilt
Kirk..........L. E. ...McCullough
Muirhead....... L. T........Bomar
Blott............L. G. ......Kelly
Slaughter.......C.........Sharp

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Michigan 0. Vanderbilt 0.1
Iowa 6, Yale 0.
Columbia 10, Wesleyan 6.
Wooster 27, Case 0.
Army 19, Alabana 6.
Brown 0, Syracuse 0.
Notre Dame 20, Purdue 0.
University of Pennsylvania 12,
Maryland 0.
Minnesota 20, Indiana 0.
Wisconsin 20, S. Dakota Aggies 5.
Harvard 15, Bow doin 0.
West Virginia 9, U. of Pittsburgh 6.
Ohio State 14, Oberlin 0.
Georgetown 37, U. of Cincinnati 0.
Maine 12, Norwich 0.
Washington and Jefferson 7, Carne-
gie Tech. 7.
Vermont 7, Boston University 0.
Butler 10, Illinois 7.
Johns Hopkins 40, George Wash
ton 6.
Wabash 26, Michigan Aggies 0 .
Moses 14, Bucknell 7.
Princeton 10, Colgate 0.
Chicago 15, Northwestern 7.
Swathmore 7, Dennison 7.
Marietta 7, Marshall 0.
Georgia Tech 33, Alabama, 7.
Cornell 68, New Hampshire State 7.
Bethany 14, Grove City 0.
JUDGE LANDIS ACCEPTS
0ID TO WISCONISIN GAME
Judge K. M. Landis, commissioner
of major league baseball, will attend
the Michigan-Wisconsin football game
here November 18, as the guest of the
University, according to Athletic As-
sociation officials.
Coach Fielding H. Yost sent a letter
inviting the idge to attend, and re-'
ceived the following telegram in re-
ply:
"Your letter received. Most certain-
ly I will be at the Michigan-Wisconsin
game."
Judge Landis will-be entertained by
University officials during his stay in
Ann Arbor.
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Steele.......... G.
Vandervoort.... fR. T.,
Goebel (Capt.).. R. E.
Uteritz........Q. B..
Roby........L. H.
Kipke.........R. H.
Cappon......... F. B.,
Time of game, 2:15.

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..........Neill
..........Kuhn,
. Neely (Capt.)
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Referee: Hackett (Army), Umpire,
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