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November 26, 1922 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1922-11-26

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4RBO RoI Uin, terl Dz o co ite 11)uyrd ltine. It was an !over th ecgoal linea Michigan's ball 'i. B
o tn Side kick. Kipke makes one yard ' its 20 yard line. Kipke goes off tcl
off/1VI OhisS-Ir~ left tackle. 'for 3 yards.
C A PN H ITieoutfo tign. Cpn1 Kipke aunts to Myrumn, whor*tv
curries the hall to Michigan's 15i yard ed to his 48 yard line. Grose ope
_..,...__ ;line for a 4 yardl gain. Kipke punted ;for no gain off left tackle.* Kipke.in-
to4rt a wortund adst ercepted Martineau's pass on, Michi-
:'.;,:::":" :wr:.thce Mich ltan 40 vdrd line. Furst goes! gan's 30 yard line:
(J} hI( f Kipke loses one yard aroundis
;; :: rtx":u ca' h niakes f!irst down for rgted Cpo ae3yad
on].... . :.,., ..R::;;".Minne(;t;? on (; ,icg n 22 tyard line rih 'e d a
a}:asswh;ch;"}:menre:ove.1Mc-through? center.p
* }? ( 1 ' 5 ,17i'1 7 .: ?1Malr ian' pass :;5y.Igoes in for Abrahamson. ip
C~.eer;1.e kicks out of bounds on Mil eet
(P1 his I () ~~ ~ J yardlneadMcinwa line. Martineau gaison
penaaed ~ forfromyard on right tackle run.
'-ardsOnl this play Minnesota receiv(.d
,.c"rd. K "'ko11<?I nrtercepted fo iarvtin
i1cc il)k."1(1 l rtunedtothe15yard penalty fholding.
. inar assandtad{rtured"t th can runs off his left end for a yrd.
:h <l'e}b ll as ro.. }ba k.., h-. t cklund punted and Uteritz cauhtI
1 on his 45 yard dine returnin 7i
; a gin's ball on its own <). yard line. Cap- t yards. Uteritz's pass to Keefer gains,
::..",.:.-} :..::' :<r:. :}:.;.. gains 2 throug~h center.t
Ti l pns rm ehn hsgol8 yards. Cppnfails to gain.
hueto ichgans 6 yrd ine Myum Cappon added 2 yards. A 35 yard
f a ~"zgos:i:::::<:.y..eril.gos ass from Utdritz to Reefer was called
goes in t choll. r.Merl ge back because ofofsie
f t ; :: >v IliNeisch fumbles Uteritz s pass. Uter-
"} , < 1rartitienamade etwo ly rard of ight 'itz passes to Kirk, who, is forced out-
~ ~ takle On speadplayMarineu';side on Minnesota's 18 yard line. Cap-
~ ~: pas ges ncoplet. Tirdquaterpon gains 3 yards through center. Cap-
Ended. 'Pon adds 2 more through center. Cap-
f, , t 5pon hits line for 2 yards.
:: } ; .<( )1 UI 11tit' 1UA 1.:1rBott oil 1is 20, yard line puts orer
Mitchell for Peterson. Mlartineau's a. perfeet placement. Score Michiigani
Capple Cappofl, fulback pa:ss was gorunded on a spread forma- 16, ininesota- 7.

llHarry Kipke, half back B er-nie Kirk, enid
fthroughout the season, and especial-! easily outplayed the veteran Captain
Ly in* the final battle with Minnesota; Aas of Minnesota, Kipke was great in
has had a large part in gaining that the last victory of the year, Kirk prov-
honor. Blott, in his first year of corn- ed again his right to the name of the
petition, did not meet his match greatest end in football today, Keefer
throughout the year, and: yesterday scintillated on attack and defense, be-

Task Reefer, half baick
ing especially, brilliant on receiviy
and intercepting forward passes, ar
Cappon tore the Gopher line to shrec
with his tremendous plunges. 'T
team united in a last triumphante
fort to finish the year undefeated.



ton his 42 yard line.
EBall on Minnesota's 42 yard lip
I Time, out for Minnesota. Time of
for McCreery. Martineau runs ou
side for 11 yards around Kirk.
Furst hits center for 2 yards. Tirr
out for Minnesota.
McCreery made one yard throus
center. Martineau's pass to Ecklun

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