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(Continued from Page One)
yards for holding. Kipk~e kicked teo
Richards on the Aggie 40 yard line.
Johnson stopped for no gain. Richard:
stopped around right end for. no_ gain
Johnson kicked out of bounds on the
Michigian .25 yard' line but Goebel wasi
off side and the .AFgies were given the
ball on their 40 yard line. Johnsor
was stopped twice for no gain. Johnson
kicked to Uteritz who returned to his~
~35 yard line. Kipke made seven around'
right end. Cappon made it first down
"through center. Keefer madcIf-
around left end. Cappon made one
through right' tackle. A pass Goebel
to Kipke -netted one yard. Another
pass Goebel to Kipke was grounded.
An attempted drop kick, by Kipke was
dead on the Aggie five yard line.
Johnson kicked to Kipke who return-
ed th~e ball 20, yards ,to the. Aggie 30
yard line. Kipke made three around
right endl. A forward pa on the 30
yard line by Klppke to Uteritz took thv
ball over for a touclhdown. Time out,
for teritz. Knode in for Ilteritz.
Goebel added:,another 'oint by the
Wace ki k route.. Score: Michiigan 7..
Blott kicked to Johnson who fumbl-
ed. Burrows recovered but was down-
ed in hid tracks. Burrows mnade four
through center. Johnson kicked to
Knode who was downed on the -Aggie
42, yard line. Cappon. made live
through center.
Time out for Hughes. Cappon made
four more through center. Kipko
~made one mnore through tackle. Cap-.
pnmade it first down on the Aggie
32 yard line. Kipke went around end
for three. On a delayed pasts Kipke
went through center for 12 yards.
Time out for Lioret. Kipke made four
around right end. On a. left end run
Kipke added 10 more putting the ball
on the five yard line. Robinson in for
G raves. Cappon went through cen-
ter for one. He -added another through.
the dame place. Knode took the hal
over for a second touchdown. 'Morri-
son in for Hughes. Goebel place kick-
ed for another point. -Score: jichigan
Blott keked off to Burris who w,
stopped on his 20 'yard line., Burrns
~failed at left guard. Lioret made two
through Venter ending the quarter.
Score: M~ichigan 14, 31. A. C. 0.
Th~e lineups follow:
Michigan M. A. C.
~Goebel (C).... .RR. E........ Graves
Rosatti.......... R. T. ...... Eckartj
~Steele.......... R. G....... Hughes
Bflott ....... ... C. .... ,..Eckermfan
Slaughter.... .. L. G........ Taylor
Muirhe'ad.... ...L. T........ Teufer
Neisch ......... L. E. ..... Hultman

Aggie ball on their own 20 yard
line. Johnson kicked to the Wolverine
47 yard line. A pass Goebel to Neisch
vvias grounded. Kipke made 20 aizds
around right end.- A pass Goebel to
Neisch was grounded. Another, Go,,;-'
bel to Kipke, was blocked by Burri,;.
Kipke went around left end for 17,
yards. Cappon made one yard tb v
center. A pass from Goebel to ip--

Cc 7 IUST T Y AIVIJDO" W OLVERINES! RIf LYoter, Knlode to Kiplre, failed. A
Pass Knode t Neisch sv Michigan
TO ADGES? ccBEA1T MICHIGAN"C.FALL.E NGIZ fir°st dlown on the Aggie 35 yard ne
A pass by Knode was intocreepted by
I McMillan on the Agge 10 yard line.
: .r".c~ ~?<,?' t: Millan lost two yidsthrough.t lcon-
' " ",.:'' : rrr y:r ":: c, r ..., . .; ,;?: ter .Jlohnlson piuntedl to Kirke who re-
-.. . *turned :Vt. . ct :.: 15 yrds It the Agg ie 30 yard
stripe. On ph" e drnt I on teg,-
v' :: .Z".:, i f:.}}y : : "":' ". . ~ x,. A. V. 0.
;y.T'~' ""'y"u",r j;:."k.r: ;" 'i] fe 1, .' 1 r rfhi

ke was completed Kipke being forced
out of bounds on the one yard. line.'"
- K node was stopped for no gain. Cap-
pon lost two yards but the Aggiesy
were off side on the play and were'
penalized half the distance of the goal k yY
line. Ca ppon went over for the third
trtocdowfn, tcel failed 'to kick {
goatl. Score: 3llclziigau 20, 1W . A. C. i0 .; .:.a.." ..::;,::;:
Blott kicked off to Lioret who -return- c" ,. .{: .r Y
ed 15 yards to his 20 yard line;. Lionel - t
madec four through guard. Burris r,:.s? '
ir.atde a foot around left endl. ltman .-.* 4:.:.""r:{. ,..}:rx
k<.icked to0 Knode who owas downed on ... ri .,''$i":J a:". ?
his 45 yard line. Keefer.-made four ;", ,., :-/:. } :."* ,r ?. .::> ...."y . , . ,,t,
through left tackle. Kipeelost a VJ.r ,F- r;. ," :. : ~Y.. , ~.*. . :'.
yard. A pass, Knode to Krpke, made ".. Y ~.";i";er4:4 ' '{ ,Y:";: y l"i' ': %:," "" :{S '' +y.V"":::.
it fist tdown. Kefr ot ie run f .;v:?b, . Rt1,.4k '': : i:.,.y$$!,:,t:YY.J ..}v"i
right end. Time was out for Eckart. ,.y,,,::{::"s:??::
Apass, Goebel to Keefer, was blocked :, ;*{ "s ;.,:,.. ::: :":.".. .::.. ,.Nr'{, ;:"?
byJohnson. Another Y:~ r. .
Kike, was grounded. Kipke kicked ::: ::.. : ., Y:{:{;Y.::r }, "{.. {.:
out of bourndls on the .15 yard line.:":{ {}s:;.,Y ..: ..... ; .?::r
Johnson made three around. ight enld <"~:' , {: :s:::;:::<::...;{ >.". : s.
J.ohrnson made two more through cn- x4:::":::" :J. ti
ter .IHultmnan punted out of bounds
onhi own 42 yard line. Keefer made",:::: $..>;:
nine yards.thrugh left tckle. Cap-. :,: ?::v:,;:: :;}:h''Y;'.v }Y.. ~.. r
pnmade it first down on the 0 }: s.:{::...L.:.::",::::.: ,':::"t
yard line. Kipke fumbled and M. A. s ":'
C. recovered on their 30 yard line. Three ofi 111iligail's outstanding stars~ in action. Left end irnkre(civ ing a forward pars, at left, lualfback Elpke
Kipke fumbled and M., A. C. recovered punting, any rig'irt end and captain, G~oebel, hurling a forward Pass
on their 30 yard line. Burnis made
one through center. A pass by Rich- "Just try and do it!" That is the hearty Michigan response to the rn 3w Wisconsin slogan, "Beat Michi-
ards was grounded. Johnson punted gan," that comes thundering out of the north. Fresh from their overw helming victories over Ohio, Illinois,
to' Knode who returned 12 yards to and the Michigan Aggies the-men of Y ost a.re. waiting and preparing in defiance for the 'B3adger onslaught which
his :36- yard line.- A pass,, Goebel toI comes in less than two weeks. Wisc onsin will, find all th~e fight she want s when the two teams line up on Per-
Keefer, was grounded. Another pass, ry field.
Knode to 'Goebel was godfr4

one yard line whlo returnedl 25 yards.
C!an-.on ina~ie n:ue tliroug~h center.
Calfpn imidL 10 inore for first down.
A pass, ode to Kipl e, :rained the
Wolveines 1 2 yardls more. A pass,
Neis,,h to Steger, was good for 40
Iyards >})utting' the ball on the Aggie
thlree yard line. Cappon gained a yard
1.11rough center. Frank in for John-
son. On the next play Cappon plowed

turned to his 30 yard- line. Neller
made two, through cenfter, A pass to
Robinson failed. Another pass failed.
Hultman kicked to Kipke who retUrn-
ed 20 yards to his own 38 yard line.
R .ay Kipke in for Frak. Steger went
'through for seven yards., White in for
Muirhead. Gunther for Cappon. Steg-
ern-made six through center. A pass,
Knode to Steger, failed. Rankin in
for Kipke. A pass, Knode to Ran-
kin, gained 10 yards. A pass by
Knode was grounded . A pass, Knode
to Steger, made 25 yards, after- Mich-
;.gran had been penalized 15 for ho~ld-
ing. Gunther made it first down on
the Aggie 23 yard line. A pass, to
Steger was grounded. A pass anode
to Neisch put the ball on the seven
yard line. Knode carried the ball Ov-
er for a, tonhIdown by an end hin.
Steger Idecked goal Score: Michigan
63, X. A. C4 6,
~Steger kicked off to R. Kipke end-
ng the game. Final score: Mielilgan
6>3, Al. A . C 0.
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through for another and then failed
to g ,.in on his third attempt. A gass,
1~ 11"d o t ow F1e Ihn I ok the ball
')« ittScore: 3lichigainiaril, M. A. C.
KnOde kicked off to Meller who re-




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yards. Cappon plunged through- cen-i
terfor10yars ore Brdyin orreturned 33 yards ending the half. son made two through tackle. Brady A pass Knode to Cur'ran netted an-
Bur'ris. A pass, Knode to Keefer, put; Score: Michigan 33, 31.- A. C. It. lost five. A pass McMillan to° Robin- other first down. Time out ftor Neisch.
tbie, ball less than a foot from the goal- son netted nine yards. Bechley made 'On a fake play Steger made 17 yarci
line..- Kipke :fumbled 'a poor pass from; THIRD QUARTER anad for first down on the Michigan through tackle. Michzigani nenalizedl
center and Rosatti recovered. Cappon Van Orden in for Steele, Steger for 45 yard line. McMillan made two" 15 yards for holding. Dunleavy madej
plunged across the line. Ktipke dropa- Kipke, Henderson for Muirhead, Gan- through center. Beckley made five seven through guard. A pass, Knocle
kicked for. anotlher point. 'Score: field for Rosatti, Dunleavy for Cappon. around left end. A pass McMillan to! to Steger, was grounded. Another
Michigan 27,z 11. A. C. 0. Knode kick~ed off to Johnson who was i Robinson made it first down on the 32 pass, Knode to Neisch, was grounded.
IJohnson kicked off side. Johnson 'downed on his 28 yardl line. Hender- yard line. Johnson lost five around1 Knode punted over the goal line. Ag-
kicked off to Keefer who returned to son dropped Brady for a 15 yard loss. right end. _Neisch iiiterdepted is pass gie ball on their own 20 yard lin e.
his .30 yard line. A pass from Knode Hlultman kicked to Knode Who signal-- by 34e1illaan on the fityard line aandl Johnson made eight through tackle.
tNeischi was good for _25 yards. Cap- ed a fair catch. Steger scored threj-. ate ter .i0 yards' for a touch-j Beckley added one more through
pon added nine more through the points 'with a-lc il rmte4 down. A forward pass, ]Knode to tackle. Beckley made it first down"
line. A pass from Knode to Kipke ! yandlalne. Score. 3licliigaan 36, 31. A. Keefer, for the extra point flailed. I on his own 30 yard line as the quarter
was grounded. Another Bass by Knode; C. (l, core; 31ichigan 42, :1I A. C. 0. 1 ended. Score: Michigan 42, X1. A. C.
was grounded. Kipke's attempted3 Hultman kicked off to Steger whoI Hultman kicked off to Steger who 0
drop kick rolled over the gual line, returned 40 yards to his 46 yard line. l returned 40 yards to his 45 yard line.
Aggie ball on their 20 yard line. Lior- ' Steger kicked over the goal line butt Knode punted to the 38 yard line lFOURITH IARQUARTER
et failed to ,gain. Brady made two '. Michigan was penalized 15 yards for where the ball roiled dead. Michigan Rosatti threw Johnson for a fourz
around right end. Lioret made three holding. Steger lost 10 yards aroundI penalized five yards for interference. yard loss. Brady failed to gain. A'lc-
through tackle. Hultmnan's punt was left end. Knode kicked 55 yards to Brady made one through the line and Millan failed to gain. Johnson punted
blocked by Neisch and recovered by the Aggie 35 yard line. Brady made, Johnson added three more the samej out of bounds on the Michigan 32
IM lnuirhead.cia Michigan ball oe nd Aggie 1 two through center. Buckley made way . A pass, McMillan to Robinson, yard line. Heller in for Brady. A
I ar in.Mihia fmle adKi-three more through tackle. A pass, was grounded. Johnson B~unted to 1 pass Kipke to Steger netted 18 yards.
ke recovered on his 30 yard. line. Qn McMillan to. Brady made first down for Keefer who returned to the 28 yard
a fake place kick, Goebel passed to' the Aggies on the 42 yard line. John- line. Steger made five at night end.
iKeefer, who receiving the ball ont the
15 yard line went over for another
score. Kilpke ~Failed to kick goal.
Score: Michigani 33, X. A. C., 0. 1
Johnson kicked off to Knode who II

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Uteritz......... Q. B. ..Richardf
Keefer.......... L. H. .Johnson (C)
Kipke......... R. IH.,. .....Burris
Cappon ...... ...F. B. .......Loret
-Scoring: Touchdowns; Uteritz,
Knode. 2,. Cappon 2, Keefer, Neisch,
Steger, Kipke. Feld goals; Steger.
Try for point; Goebel. 2, Kipke 4, Steg-
er . Total 63.
Officials: Referee, Ray, Illinois; um-
pire, Col.' H. B. Hackett, West Point;
Feld judge, Haines, Yale; Head lines-
man, Harry Costello, Georgetown.
Substitutions :
Michigan-Knode for Uteritz, Cur-
ran for oGebel, Steger for Kipke, Van
Orden for Steele, Garfield for Rossati,
Henderson for Muirhead, Dunleavy for
Cappon, Slaughter' for Blott, Johns
f orShaughter, Muirhead for Garfield,
K~ipke for Keefer, Blott for Slaughter,
-Cappon for Dunleavy, White for Muir-
head, Gunther for 'Cappon, Rankin for
Kipke, Chamberlain for White, Blah-
nik for Henderson.
M. A. C.-Morrison for Hughes, Rob-
inson for Graves, Brady for Burrns,
McMillan for Richards, Beckley for
~Lioret, Neller for Brady, Frank for
Johnson, Kipke for Frank, Goode for

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