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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1926

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MICHIGAN IL
MINNESOTA.
(Continued from
FIRST Q(WA]I
Captain Wheeler of
Captain Friedman of I,
mid-field with Walter
eree, to choose the g
won and elected to de
with a sight wind b
Gilbert kicked off
on Minnesota's ten yar
returned the ball to th
Peplaw raced arour
for 15 yards, placin
Minnesota's 45 yard
gained seven through
quist made eight thro
the play was recalled
was penalized five y:
offside. Almquist gai
off tackle.
Weber intercepted1
ward pass and brough
to Minnesota's 45 yar
made two yards on a
but failed to take tb
bounds. Gilbert took
bounds on the nextX
to gain.
Peplaw blocked Frie
Oosterbaan. Gilbert p
nesota's 11 yard line
downed the ball. Alm
yards through right
broke through and s
for no gain. Barnhart
Michigan 45 yard line
turning the ball ten y
Gilbert failed to gai
tackle. On a fake r
was thrown for a fi
Joesting intercepted F
giving Minnesota pos
.ball on its own 45 y
law ran around Flora
yards. Joesting adde
through center, but th
called because of offsi
Lovette broke throut
Barnhart for no gain..
ed through center for
ing Minnesota a first d
added four yards throu
Peplaw made three mo
ter. Peplaw went arou
13 yards. Almquist's f
Peplaw was incomplet
stopped Almquist on an
run.
Palmeroli was substi
at right tackle. Almqui
Joesting recovered af

' raced ten yards around Oosterbaan's I SCORE BY QUARTERS
ead, giving the Gophers a first down. t
Michigan called for time out. Joest- S 2n
_ng plunged through right tackle for!
RI D I I I U a 16 yard gain. Joesting gained a I
yard on an offside play. Peplaw N
plunged through left guard for seveni
yards. Nydahl went through right1
Page One) oaklfr eight yards giving Minneso-MN
ta another first down. Michigan call-I 1NkE SvmA06
11T E ed f r time out.
Minnesota and JHdfman replaced Molenda. Joest-
Michigan met in ing made five yards but Minnesota I
Eckersall, ref- wts penalized five yards for offside. Michigan its initial first down. Weber,
oal. Minnesota Peplaw gained two yards around left failed to gain through center.
fend west goal end. Nydahl made six yards through Michigan called for time out, Baer' The Sidelines
ehind its back. right tackle. Joesting added a yard being hurt on the previous play. Gabes
to Joesting through center. Nydahl made three replaced Palmeroli at right tackle for
*d line. Joesting yards through right tackle, giving the Michigan. Baer resumed play. Fried-
e 28 yard line. 'Gophers a first down on Michigan's man's forward pass was blocked. Michigan thinks that the weather-
ad Flora's end 18 yard line. Michigan was penalized five yards man had ordered exceedingly cold
g the ball on j Joesting hit center for six yards. for being offside. Friedman's pass weather for the day. Cold weather for
line. Joesting Peplaw made two yards through cen- to Oosterbaan was blocked, football? You should have been here
the line. Alm- Iter. Nydahl twisted throught right] Gilbert punted -to Minnesota's 20 in '98 if you think this is cold. Illi-
ugh tackle, but guard for a five yard gain. Joest- yard line where Baer downed the ball.;nois defeated Minnesota 12 to 11 that
and Minnesota ing made a yard through center. Nydahl made a yard around left year before a crowd of 2,500.
ards for being Joesting placed the ball within one end. Nydahl made another yard'
ned four yards foot of the goal line on the next play. through right tackle. Barnhart pun't- Minnesota gained 224 yards on
Nydahl hurdled the. line and niade ed out of bounds on Michigan's 46 rushing during the first half. Michi-
Almquist's for- a touchdown. Peplaw failed to kick yard line. gan gained eight and lost 10. Min-
t the ball back for the point after toucIhdownt. IA forward pass Friedman to Ooster- nesota attempted six passes and failed
d line. Gilbert Score-Minnesota 6, Michigan 0. baan gained 13 yards. Gilbert lost 4 to complete one. Four were intercept-
.n offside play, Gilbert kicked off to Joesting on yards on an attempted end run. Nydahl ed by Michigan and two were blocked.
ie ball out of the goal line and the Minnesota full- intercepted Friedman's long pass to1 Michigan threw four forward passes,
the ball out of back returned the ball to his own Oosterbaan on the Gopher's 20 yard two being intercepted and the other
play but faile 27 yard line. Peplaw made a yard line. Joesting hit the center of the two being blocked. Minnesota made
through left tackle. Minnesota called line for nine yards, but the play was 11 first dowfas in the first half, while
dman's pass to for time out. Peplaw made seven ( recalled and Minnesota was penalized Michigan failed to make one.
unted to Min- more around right end. Joesting five yards.
where Flora made four yardsK on an offside play Joesting made five yards through Joesting hit center for nine yards.
quist made five and gave the Gophers another first center, Peplaw gained four yards Nydahl lost a yard. Joesting hit cen-
tackle. Baer down. through left tackle. Minnesota call-
topped Peplaw Peplaw went around Flora's end ed for time out for Haycraft who ws ter for three yards giving Minnesota
punted to the for a 23 yard gain. He was on injured. Barnhart punted to Frie-i a first down. Nydahl lost three yards.
, Gilbert re- his way to a touchdown when Fried- man on Michigan's 46 yard line. Gil- Joesting plowed through the rignt
ards. man tackled him out of bounds. ( bert's forward pass to Oosterbaan was side of the line for five yards.
incomplete.Peplaw skirted left end for a 19
n through left Nyda-hl made five yards around right i
nd run Gilbert end. Gibson was substituted foI Friedman was thrown for a seven
ive yard loss. Strand in the Minnesota line-up. yard loss, when he was unable to
riedman's pass Peplaw made a yard. Peplaw find an eligible receiver open to catch
session of the skirted his left end for ten yards. a' forward pass. Gilbert punted to EVERYTHING
ard line. Pep.- Nydahl failed to gain. Michigan was Nydahl on the Gophers' 20 yard line. Its
's end for five penalized five yards on the play. Baer missed the tackle and Nydahl
d five yards Nyland replaced Flora at right end brought the ball back 11 yards. ATHLETIC
e play was re- for Michigan. Lovette intercepted Nyland stopped Peplaw for no gain. GOODS
de. Nydahl's pass on his own eight yard Oosterbaan threw Joesting for a two
ghland stopped line as the first half ended. yard loss.Barul punt was Regulation Gym Outfits
Joesting ug Score-3ilchiigan 0, Minnesota 6. , ed and Baer recovered for Michigan She-watSit
five yards giv- SECOND HALF . on Minnesota's 24 yard line. Shoes-Sweat Shirts
own. Almquist Gilbert made a yard through center. Gym Suits
gh right tackle- Coach Yost substituted Truskow- Hoffman made three yards through
re through cen- ski for Schoenfeld at center. the center of the line and repeated
nd left end for i Barnhart kicked off to Gilbert on with two more yards. On a fake George J. iM oll
orward pass to Michigan's seven yard line, Gilbert place kick formation, Friedman threw
e. Oosterbaan returning the ball to his own 26 yard a forward pass over the goal linre, SPORT SHOP
attempted end line. Gilbert's pass to Oosterbaan but Barnhart knocked it down. Min-
gained eight yards. Weber made five nesota was given possession of the 711 North University Ave.
tuted for Gabel yards through right tackle, giving I ball on its 20 yard line. Next to Arcade Theater
ist fumbled, but
ter losing five

Iyard line, where Nyland downed thejman made seven yards off tackle.
ball. i'eplaw lost a yard trying to: Weber gained 2 yards through cen-
d 3rd 4th FINALskirt Nyland's end. Nydahl found a ter and then added another yard, giv-
hole in the center of the line and ran ing Michigan a first down. Fried-
.8 yards. Joesting made one yard and man skirted tackle for five yards.
the uplunged through for 5 more, giv- Friedman made four yards through
ing Minnesota , first down. I tackle but fumbled the ball, Minneso-
yard gain. Gilbert and Friedman Gilbert kicked off to Joesting who brought the hal back 10 yards. ih
missed their tackles, but Dewey returned the ball to his own 28 yard Ign o ioFe an
brought Pelaw down on Michigan Line. Joestig nade four yards w ped frn.oeain
45 yard line. Nydahy was thrown for through center. Nydahl made four mae two yards through right guard
a four yard loss. Palmeroli substi- yards. Michigan wBas off side and Gilbert punted to Nydahl on Minneso
tuted for Dewey who was injured on Minnesota elected to take the penalty. ta's 25 yard line Baer downing him
the play. Joesting made two yar1s Joesting failed to make first down on lit his tracks.
through center. Nydahl raced around the next play. Joesting went throughboestinhea rde lifo
Oosterbaan's end for 12 yards, but the left side of his line for 5 yards, tren aledsorien owa u st iled
brht y reaw dndnMichnns a vn.Mnest adefisdownrre adsyaBrdsassbsiti
theplaywarawas penalized five yards for - Tuttle replaced Haycraft at left or Barhart, and Greer or Peplaw.
side. end. Kaminski and Gibson went tnNyhu made two yards through right
Nydahl made two yards through at guards. Peplaw made three yardsGile .
right tackle but the play was recalled through right tackle. Joesting made A forward pass Greere to Peplaw
and Minnesota was penalized five one yard. Lovette broke through and was blocked, but the, officials ruled
yards for being in motion before the stopped Joestingt for a one yard loss, that Oosterbaan inerfered -with the
ball was put in play. Barnhart punt- giving Michigan possession of the receiver, givng Minesota the ball an
ed to Friedman on Michigan's 4yad givin insota 47 yard line. Fiyed-ai (Continued on Page Seven)

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line. Gilbert punted back to Nydahl
on the Gophers' 30 yard line. Nydahl
tumbled but recovered the punt as
the third quarter ended.
Score-Minnesota 6, lliehigan 0.
FOURTH QUARTER
Joesting made three yards through
left guard. Lovette stopped Peplaw
for no gain. Barnhart punted out of
bounds on Michigan's 11 yard line.
Weber gained one yard through ceit-
ter. Friedman gained three yards on
a sneak play througt center.
Gilbert punted to liinnesota's 44

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yards. Barnhart punted to Friedman
on Michigan's eight yard line where
the Michigan captain was downed in
his tracks. Gilbert/punted to his own
39 yard line wlierq' Flora downed the
ball.
Almquist made seven yards through
right tackle. Joesting plunged
through left guard for four yards and
another first down. Oosterbaan stop-
ped Barnhart for no gain. Minnesota
called for time out.
Peplaw made five yards through left
tackle. Ahnquist's forward pass to
Peplaw was incomplete. Barnhart's
drop kick from the 30 yard line was
blocked. Michigan wast given pos-
session of the ball on its s~wn 20 yard
line. Molenda was stopped for no
gain.
Gilbert punted out of bounds on
Minnesota's 48 yard -line. Joesting
plowed through center for four yards.
Molenda tackled Almquist after he
wade a one yard gain. Friedman in-
teicepted Almnquist's forward pass
and brought the ball back to Min-
nesota's 48 yard line. Gilbert squirm-
ed through right guard for four yards.
Friedman threw a por pass and
Gary of Minnesota intercepted it on
the Gopher's 33 yard line as the quar-
ter ended.
Score-3liniesota tI, lichigan 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Peplaw gained five yards on a long
run around the left side of his line,
and repeated with three yards through
right tackle. Joesting went through
right guard for four =yards, giving
Minnesota anoher first down. Min-
nesota called for time out for Alm-
quist who was hurt on the play.
Almquist was carried froml the field
on a stretcher. Nydahl replaced Alm-
quist for Minnesota.
Peplaw made two yards throigh
left tackle. Nydahl gained five yards
around right end. Oosterbaan inter-
cepted Joesting's pass on Michigan's
42 yard line. Molenda gained a yard
through center.
Flora made a great attempt to com-
plete Gilbert's pass, but Barnhart
blocked the throw. Gilbert punted to
Nydahl on the Gopher's 15 yard line.
Joesting carried three Michigan play-
ers for a 6, yard ride. Nydahl failed
to gain around Oosterbaan's end.
Barnhart punted to Michigan's 46
yard line where Wheeler downed the
ball.bFriedman passed the ball back
to Gilbert on a fake play but Gilbert
mnuffed the catch and Friedman re-
covered. Gilbert punted to Nydahl
nn the onniher .30 yard line. NvdahlI

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