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October 21, 1922 - Image 9

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-10-21

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBE~R 21, 1922

SCOR1E BY

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Upke kicked out
a' 27-yard line.

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goal I
line.
n 35-. AIGLEJ
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30-yard line.
rough Pixley.
r no gain bu4t
Michigan was
own 40-yard
d on quarter-
Lded with ball
ion her own

No

Inc
He

;res;

ran 18; 0,S. I.0. I
with line to rightof
ause of poor pass toT
out. Neisch in for
carried to club house.f
gut of bounds on Ohio(
ne. Neisch and Steelet
>r a six yard loss.
ling on his goal line,
awho made fair catchr
d line.f
[R QUARTER
p for onside kick on
lpke attempted drop1
wide. A pass, W k
le a yard, Kutler went
rkman stopped for no
A pass, Workman to

foundation. Line- not more enthusiastic
play as aninounced. are the luck~less onE
eligibility of any at the last moment f,
sts with Michigan big game.
cording to aCon-
The central office
erelyo collects in-
acin to the Eli- OYRIE H
of the school in tamus n 1asrn

of th~e Law
oard in Con-

went in for Cappon, Wor~k-
out of bounkds on Michi-
Sline.
ed out of bounds on his
line but Ohio State was
yards for Pixley holding,
ide three at left but was
ve yards for crawling.
eight at left end. Dun-
1.2 off eft tackle,
ide two at center. Dun-
3e of Ohio State's 11-yard
stopped 'by Muirhead for

trol of Athletics, andtoacn Fieling
H. Yost said here this~ morning that
they knew of no possible foundation
for the ru~mor..
There is no'likelihlood that there will
be any further developments in the
mlatter at anyr time during the season,
officials. here say.>
Major C. L. Griffith, arbiter of Big
Ten~ athletics, interviewed last night
at Bloomington, Ill., declared, "The
matter. is too delice fo 4r me to com-
ment upon. I have nothing to say."

Special to the
Madison, Wis., Oct.
cross country team dei
versity of Wisconsin
this morning over at
half mile cou~rse, 28 to
finishied in first place
ahead of the leading
ner.; His time was 21
Other Michigan men
Griffin, si xth; Bowen,
rick, ninth,

ni-

ade five more. Michaels
but Steele was offside.
Ohio on her own 25-yard
s, Workman to Klee, made

I

A pass from Workman was inter-
cepted by Kipke and ran back to
State's 25-yard line. Steger lost twvo
at left end. Kipke made three at
right end.
,Goebel's injury was a slightly
sprained ankle.Ki>pke failed at left
end. JHipke standing on l37.yardlilne,
drop kicked a beautiful goal~. Score:
ichlig'an 19; 0. S. II. 0.
Michigan has made 7,731 points in
football as against 1,617 for her op-
ponents.

A telegram receives
Steve .Farrel reads:
country race 27 to 28.
race and won easy. A
were close. Weather
OHIO STATE EXT
Editor
Julian Ellis Mack
Editorial Ass]
Leo J. Hershdorfer'
Samuel Moore
Robert G4. Ramsey
Campbell Robertson
J. William Ruwich
William H. Stoneman
Robert B. Tarr
Philip~ M. Wagner
James B. Young

invoke des
worse than

0. S. U.
Honaker
)Petcoiff
Kutler

The first game Michigan ever lost
was played in 1881, when Harvard de-
feated her, 4 to 0.
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