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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SCORE BY QUARTERS

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1st

2nd

3rd 4th

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FINAL
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MICHIGAN

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THE LINE P
MICHIGAN- -OHIO t
Oosterbaan.... LE..Cun'gl'm Cp
Edwards ..... LT....... Nichols
Lovette ........ LG ...... Meyersj
Brown (Capt.) .C.. ......Klein
Baer.......... RG .........Hess
Hawkins..%... RT:........Reed
Flora ......... RE ....... Rowan
Friedman.....QB......Wendler
Gilbert ........ LH........ Grim j
Gregory.......RH........ Clark I
Molenda .......FB....... Karow
Touchdowns: Molenda, Mich-
igan. Field goals: Friedman,
Michigan. Point after touch-
down, Friedman, Michigan.
Substitutions: for Ohio, Young,
for Meyers, Bradley for Young,
Young for Bradley, Ullery for
Klein, Uridil for Young, Bradley
for Ullery, Willman for Karrow,
Gorrill for Wendler, Blanchard }
for Rowen, and Slough for Nich-
ols.
Substitutions: for Michigan,
S. Babcock for Gregory, Gabel1
for Baer, Gregory for S. Bab-
cock, Baer for Gabel, Stamman
for Molenda, S. Babcock for
Gregory, G. Babcock for Haw-
kins, Grube for Oosterbaan,
Herrnstein for S. Babcock.
Officials: Referee, J. C. Masker,
Northwestern; Umpire, John J.
Schommer, Chicago; Field Judge,
Justin J. Moloney, North Dakota;
Head Linesman, J. J. Lipski,
Chicago.
through the left side of the line and
ran 23 yards to Ohio's*42 yard line.
Molenda carried the ball out off
b)ounds for no gain on the next play.
Oosterbaan made a shoestring catch
of Friedman's low pass for a gain of
nine yards. Molenda made it first
down on Ohio's 29 yard line.
Molenda smashed through left guard
for six yards. Molenda broke through
right guard for first down on Ohio's
15. yard line. Ohio called time out.,
Molenda made two yards through cen-
ter, and then added four more on the
right side of the line.
Friedman's pass was too high, and
was incomplete, giving Ohio the ball
on her own nine yard line. Wend-
her' kicked to Gregory, who returned
the ball 14 yards to Ohio's 34 yard
line.
Time was called for Meyers of
Ohio. Friedman's pass to Oosterbaan
was incomplete. Molenda caught
Friedman's short pass for a one yard
gain. Gregory made four yards on a

pretty cross buck. Friedman's attempt- ory was laid out on the play, but re-
ed place kick from Ohio's 33 yard, mained in the game.
line went under the cross bar, giving Wendler punted 32 yards out of
Ohio the ball on her own 20 yard bounds on Michigan's 39 yard line.,
line. Molenda gained two yards through
Grim failed to gain at his own left, the line as the quarter ended.
end. Young was substituted for Score: Michigan 7, Ohio State 0.
Meyers. Karow made seven yards on; SECOND QUARTER
a fake play. Time out for Ohio, as Gregory failed to hold Friedman's
Karow was injured during the play. pass. Friedman's pass to Oosterbaan
Karow remained in the game, and on s incomplete. Gilbert kicked 38
the next play was stopped for no gain
on te sme fke.yards, Wendler taking the ball and
on the same fake. I
Flora blocked Wendler's punt, and returning it to his own 29 yard line.
Clark recovered the ball on h'is own Ohio was offside on the next play, and
one yard line. Michigan was given penalized five yards.
the ball on Ohio's one yard line. It Karow made a yard at center. Oos-
was Ohio's fourth down, and they had terbaan stopped Grim for no gain.
failed to make their yards. Tom Ed- Wendler kicked 28 yards to Michi-
wards failed to push the ball across gan's 48 yard line, Gregory calling for
the line on a fake tackle play. Ed- a fair catch. Sam Babcock went in
wards brought the ball to within one for Gregory, and made four yards
inch of the goal line on the next play. around right end on the next play.
Molenda juggled the ball in his Friedman's pass to Babcock was in-
hands and faired to get it across. o complete.
Jenda scored on the fo'urth down, i Gilbert caught Friedman's pass, but
when lie went through right guard.! Michigan was penalized five yards for
Friedman kicked the goal Score: off-side play. Friedman's pass to Oos-
Michigan 7, Ohio 0. terbaan for 23 yards was called com-
Gilbert kicked off to Young, who plete because Ohio interfered with the
returned the ball to his own 28 yard receiver. Molenda made three yards
line. Time out for Michigan. Baer, through center. Babcock went through
Lovette, and Flora smeared Grim for the line for 15 yards for first down
a five yard loss. A pass, Grim to on Ohio's 15 yard line.
Cunningham, netted five yards. Greg- Babcock made three more yardsj

through center, then two-;more, slid-l
ing off his own left tackle. Fried-I
man's pass to Gilbert was inconplete{
over the goal line, and Ohio took 'the
ball on her own 20 yard line. Grim
made two yards around left end.
Oosterbaan intercepted Wendler's
pass, and was tackled on Ohio' 18'
yard line. Babcock added two offj
left tackle. Babcock was thrown for
an 11 yard loss, when the oldf
"Eighty-three" play failed to work.,
Friedman's pass to Gilbert was incom- {
plete.
Friedman sent the ball through tlhej
bars from the 38 yard line for three
points. Score: Michigan 10, Ohio
State 0.
Cunningham kicked off poorly to
Flora, who returned the ball to his
own 43 yard line. Oosterbaap's 40
yard pass to Babcock was incomplete.
Molenda made five yards through cen-1
ter. Michigan Was penalized five1
yards for offside. Gilbert punted onI
the third down for 35 yards to Wend-
ler, who signalled for a fair catch as.
he was covered by foufr Michigan men.
Grim made four yards at right
guard. Gabel substituted for Baer.
Cunningham's pass was incomplete.

Cunningham, who was hurt on the
play but stayed in the game.
SiMolenda intercepted a pass on his
own 45 yard line, and returned the
ball to Ohio's 40 yard line. Friedman's
long pass to Oosterbaan was incom-
plete as the half ended. Score:
Michigan 10, Ohio State 0.
THIRD QUARTER
Gregory went in in place of Bab-
cock. Young replaced Bradley.
Cunningham kicked off to Gregory,
who returned the ball to his' own 40
yard line. Friedman's pass to Ed-
wards was knocked down. Gregory
ran around right end for 13 yards and
a first down. The ball is on Ohio's
36 yard line. Gilbert made a yard
around left end. .
Molenda smashed his way for three
yards through' center. Molenda made
first down on Ohio's 36 yard line.
Gregory broke through for four yards
off tackle. On the same play Greg-
ory made five yards. Gregory made
it first down through center on Ohio's.
25 yard line.
Gregory made two more yards, but
Michigan was penalized five yards for
off side play. Gilbert went through

pass to Oosterbaan was blocked.
Ullery substituted for Klein at cen-
ter for Ohio. Uridil went in for
Young. Gilbert' punted 37 yards to
Ohio's 12 yard line. Wendler punted
to Michigan's 45 yard line, Friedman
letting the ball roll. Molenda
smashed through center for five yards.
Gilbert went around left end for a
first down on Ohio's 45 yard line. Gil-
bert was knocked out on the play.
Molenda made two yards through cen-
ter. Molenda added three more.
Friedman threw a 25 yard pass to
Gregory who was tackled on Ohio's
15 yard line.
Thrusts at the line by Molenda and
Gregory netted only one yard. Greg-
ory added another. Clark intercepted
Friedman's pass on the goal line. and
brought the ball 45 yards up the field
before he was tackled.
Gregory knocked down Grim's pass.
Grim was stopped for no gain trying
Flora's end. Gregory knocked down
Grim's pass to Clark. The ball is on
Ohio's 45 yard line. Wendler kicked
44 yards, Cunningham downing the
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Friedman intercepted 'Cunningham's left tackle for seven yards. Gregory
long pass on his 'Own 46 yard line,' failed to gain on a wide left end run..
being tackled as he catght it. Time Clark intercepted Friedman's pass and
out for Ohio. was tackled by Edwards on his own
Bradley went in for Young. Bab- 14 yard line.
cock failed to gain, trying his own Time out for the Buckeyes. Grim
right end. Clark knocked down made one yard through his own leftt
Friedman's pgss to Babcock. A pass, side. Time out for Michigan. Brown.
Friedman to Edwards, was incomplete., was 'hurt, on the play, but remained
Gilbert punted 40 yards to Ohio's 201 in the game. Karow went through
yard line. Karow failed to gain'center for six yards. Wendler punted l
through center. to Michigan's forty-one yard line, Cun-4
Grim made seven yards arolund right'singham grounding the ball.E
end. Karow caught Grim's pass and G'regory made seven yards through
was taclgIed on his own 45 yard line center. Molenda made it first down1
for a gain of 21 yards and first down.. on Ohio's 48 yard line. Molenda
Grim made a yard around left end. smashed through for four more yards.
Gilbert knocked down Grim's pass to' Gregory failed to gain. Friedman's

The Press Box
In the first quarter, Molenda carried
the ball three out of four times and
made 36 yards in the attempts.
Michigan tried 20 passes in the first
half, completing four for a gain of
45 yards. Ohio attempted seven pass-
es, two of them being completed for
a total of 20 yards, and three passes
being intercepted.
Michigan cheered Karow when he
was put out in the second quarter.'

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