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run back was stopped short on the 15-
lyard line by Ray Baer.
Lloyd got loose and ran the whole
Lengith o the fid. ,5 yards, for a




own 20 yard line.

Iot ISideo Re i a luorrible Examples
0f Taek.ing in Important
IInterse('tional Tilt
(Continued from Page One.)
Captain Oosterbaan and Captain
Ifamiegan met in the center of the
fel an(Id for the first time this year,
the Michigan leader won the toss. He
chose to defend the north goal.
Lloyd kicked off to Miller who ran
the ball hack 23 yards to. Michigan's
32-ya1rd line. Rich got one yard at
right guard.. Puckelwa rtz attempted
to slide off tackle but was stopped
without gain by Clifton. Gilbert got
oft a beautiful punt which Oosterbaan
downed on Navy's 15-yard line. Clif-I
ton leaped at the Michigan line and
made a yard. Miller carried the ball
off left tackle for two yards, Rich stop-
pig him.
Moret's kick was poor and out of
bounds but the ball was called back
and Michigan penalized five yards.
Mlorel kicked again, the ball bouncing
back to Navy's 18 yard line. On a
triple pass Gilbert took the ball around
right end for eight yards. Rich made
a yard. Miller made a first down on
Navy's 26 yard line. Gilbert stumbled
but went off tackle for two yards.
On a beautiful deceptive play, Gil-
bert took the ball around left end,
gaining six yards. This play came
after a lateral pass. Navy, with the
ball on her 18 yard line took time out.
Miller carried the ball on a quarter-
back sneak for first down on Navy's
16 yard line. Oosterbaan plunged for
four yards.
Navy was penalized five yards. Rich
picked a hole at left guard for first
down on Navy's four yard line.
1hplchel held Rich to a one-yard gain
on Ms next buck. Rich tore like at
jnadnian, fighting his way within a
foot of the goal line. ,
Rich plunged over the center of
the lie for a touchdown and the
1ichig'an cheering section went wild
throing yellow and blue cards into
the air.
1ith Miller holding the ball, Gilbert
kicked perfectly for the extra point.
StOR E: 31ichigan, 7; Navy, 4.
Gilbert kicked off to Whitey Lloyd
on Navy's seven-yard line, Lloyd run-
ning the ball back to Navy's 27 yard
line before Nyland threw him out of
bounds. Rich stopped Lloyd's aspira-
tion at the Michiganline, the play net-
ting a yard. Clifton fumbled and Ny-
land recovered on Navy's 27 yard line.
On the first play Puckelwartz tossed
a pass just out of Oosterbaan's reach

Miller made two yards off tackle.-
Miller failed to gain at left tackle.
Gilbert punted to Whelchel who rant
10 yards to Michigan's 45 yard line-.

George Rich-
Wolverine fallback, who proved to
be a tower of strength, both on de-
fense and offense against the Navy
gridmen yesterday. He scored two
touchdowns via the line plunge route.
on a play which was a sure touchdown
had the Wolverine gotten hold of the
Jim Miller cut off left tackle for
four yards on a triple pass play.
Puckelwartz passed to Nyland, but it
was just incomplete. Navy was pen-
alized fifteen yards for holding giving
Michigan first down on the 11 yard
line. Oost erbaan carried the ball six
yards off left tackle. Gilbert fumbled
and Bagdanovich broke through to re-
cover for Navy on her 10 yard line.
Clifton punted to Gilbert who re-
turned seven yards to Navy's 33
yard line. Miller was stopped for a
yard gain.
On a perfect deception which looked
like a play around right end, Gilwert,
with a two-man interference ran the
left side for 21 yards, to put the ball
on Navy's 8 yard line.
Taylor replaced Smith at end for
Navy. Michigan's scoring play, a lat-
eral pass, Oosterbaan to Gilbert, was
again successful and Gilbert sliced off
right tackle for seven yards before lie
fell. Rich put the ball on Navy's one
foot line. Rich found a nice hole at
right tackle and leaped over for a
Gilbert's kick sailed crazily, but
was good for the extra point.
Score: 3lichigan, 14; Navy, 0.
Gilbert kicked off to Whelchel whose


touchdown. le broke through the Oost erbaan ran Lloyd back but an,
IghIt ae of Mfichigan''s line, cunttig ineligible mran touched Lloyd's pass
over o hlaef~t iitrutiaatelI after, and Michigan kept the ball1 on her
whie av miner'erence blocked the own 45-yard line. (Gilb wont
an secondary defense. Lloyd through for eight yards at left .ekle.
ran over he goal line ith 3fler still Rich made first down on Navy's 4:3
iie rd4 b hinld hiaiji. yard line.
itiIA,.d holding,, the ball, Woer. Jim Miller ran off right tackle for
er phce-kicked, but his attempt was eight yards. Oosterbaan dropped back'
wiade.Ibut his pass to Heston was incomplete.
31iahig;ii, It; MNaly, 6. Rich bucked the line from pass forma-
Gilbert kicked off to Whelchel, Oos- (tion giving another first down on
terbaan making the tackle on Navy's Navy's 33 yard line.
20 yard line. Miller tore off Michi- Gilbert faked a. pass behind the
,an's right tackle for nine yards as line and ran two yards off left tackle.
the (iuarter ended. Woerner made the tackle. Gilbert's
Mlichigan 14, Navy, 6. pass to Ieston was knocked down by1
SECO'ND QUARTER Lloyd. Gilbert passed to Joe Gembis
Gembis replaced Puckelwartz in the across the field but the play lost two
Michigan backfield. Clifton smashed yards. Navy took time out.
through his right side for first down Gilbert, attempting to place a punt,
>n Navy's yard line. Palmeroli kicked out of bounds on Navy's 21 yard
stopped Miller with a two yard gain. line. Lloyd was stopped. Lloyd G
Clifton drove through Michigan's right punted out of bounds on Michigan's
tackle for six yards, and plunged 30-yard line.
again, failing by a foot of first down.I Miller broke loose around his own
Lloyd fumbled the ball and was run left end and ran 20 yards before be-
back 15 yards by half a dozen Michi- ing forced out .of bounds in midfield.
gan players but managed to get rid Rich hit the line for three yards.;
of the ball on a desperate pass which Burke made the tackle. Sloane held
Clifton snared, giving Navy a first Gilbert to a yard. Hoffman replaced(
dlown on her 47-yard line. Michigan Gembis at halfback. Gilbert's pass toy
was penalized five yards for offside. Oosterbaan was incomplete.
Miller went off his left guard for Gilbert punted to Lloyd who fum-
two yards. Lloyd made another, be- bled the ball but recovered, carrying
ing downed by Rich. Clifton hurdled it out on Navy's 32 yard lire. Hoff-j
the Michigan line for first down on man and Rich stopped Clifton after"
the Wolverine 42-yard line. Whelchel's he gained a yard. Parish replaced{
pass to Lloyd was incomplete. Miller Whelchel for Navy. Gilbert knockedI
carried the ball at left tackle failing down Lloyd's long pass to Sloane.
by two inches to make first down. Lloyd lost a yard but the play was re-t
Gabel replaced Poe at right tackle for called and Michigan penalized five
Michigan. Miller cut off left tackle, yards.
but the play was called back and Heston hailed Lloyd for a six yard
Michigan penalized another five yards. loss back of the line of scrimmage.
Lloyd tore at Michigan's left tackle Lloyd punted out of bounds 'en his'
for nine yards before being downed own 46 ,yard line. On a triple pass.
by Gilbert. Clifton contined the Navy Gilbert snaked for six yards at lEft
march, giving them first down on tackle. Gilbert passed to Oosterbaan
Michigan's 16 yarl line. Miller made on Navy's 28 yard line for a 12 yard
two yards at left guard. On the same gain. Miller dashed around left eid
running formation Miller attempted a for 11 yards and first down >n Navy's!
pass to Lloyd which was incomplete. 17 yard line.I
Bauer was substituted for Miller for; Michigan's interference was smasn-
Navy and Heston for Nyland in the ed and Gilbert lost four yards. Jim Mil-f
Michigan lineup. ler tore through left tackla for sevct
Bauer slashed off his left tackle for yards putting the ball on Navy's 2-
six yards before being olowned by yard line ~as the half ended.
Miller. Lloyd's pass to Bauer over Michigan 14, Navy 6. 4.
the goal line was barely incomplete SECOND HALF
and Michigan took the ball on her Gilbert kicked off to Lloyd iho re-

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turned the ball 20 yards to Navy's 27 MORDSKY IS STAR PLAYER
yard lin.B-,uer carried the bal for ?{
rd. Clifton hit the llne for Ann Arbor High School defeated the
a yMrd. Lloyd kickel a pop-p which highly-touted' Saginaw Eastern eleven
was downed on Navy's 42-yard line this morning by the close margin of
for a net of 13 yards. Puckelwartz, 7-6. The final score is deceiving In
w reture o the ame at te ope- that it gives no idea of the real su-
ing of the halt', made four yards off: o'I ~ roi"o h n ro em
okleWoo ua inuredon he lavperiority of the Ann Arbor team. Play
tac'kle. Wood was injured on' the p~lay . ' "Pa
Jim Mler made yard runnin was in Saginaw territory much more
ofl tackle. failing by inches of first than in the local team's. The greatest
diown. bich made first down on advantage held by Ann Arbor was in
Navy's :0 yard line. Puckelwartz tore punting. Here they were able to re-
loos e oftright tackle for 14 yards and gain all that Saginaw made by their
first down on Navy's 16 yard line. Mil- flDsavage line plunging. Neither team
ier made three at left tackle on a tri- was able to work passes at all ef-
ple pass. Puckelwartz broke through fectively, but Saginaw made some
right tackle for six yards. good gains around Ann Arbor's ends.
iler madte first down onA MXNay' ANavy Ann Arbor made their touchdown
five yard line. Miller ran around as ('aptrangandiquerback, who in the first quarter. It was in this
through his own left tackle for a thep ben nring an injued ankle for quarter that Frey, Ann Arbor half
sluchdown, going across the line yesta gae in the stw mn back, was carried from the field with
staning p. a broken ankle. The kick for pplnt
# brt missedthe ickn utes o I ay. was good. The play in the second
Ii ichigait 2{, Nay 6- and was almost loose when Puckel- quarter was slow, neither team having
Gilbert kicked off to Whitey Lloyd wartb threw him out of bounds on an advantage.
who ran the kick back 30 yards be- Michigan's 28 yard line. In the. third quarter Saginaw seri-
fore being thrown out of bounds on his Navy substituted Ramsford for ously threatened Ann 'Arbor's goal
o'w- 43 yard line by Palmeroli. 'Bauer. Lloyd found a hole at right line twice. Their second attempt was
Michigan took time out for Gabel 'tackle for three yards. Lloyd's pass only a few yards short of a touch-
Gilbert intercepted a pass from Lloyd bounded out of Baer's arms to Clif- down. In the final quarter on an ex-
on his own 40 yard line and raced 30'ton and was complete for six yards on change of punts Ann Arbor fumbled
yards to Navy's 30 yard stripe. Mil-'Michigan's 19 yard line. Ramsford on their twenty-five yard line. Pen-
ir made two yards off left tackle be- made two yards and first down on dell, Saginaw back, scooped up the
ing stopped by Bauer. Puckelwartz Michigan's 17 yard line, Oosterbaan ball and raced for a touchdown be-
found a hole at right guard and made making the tackle. Ramsford ran hind fine interference. The kick for
four yards before Wilson got him. A Michigan's right end for four yards, goal was blocked. As the game ended
pass, Puckelwartz to Gilbert, was too Rich stopping him. Ann Arbor was within a few feet of
s.ongr s After a pass behind the line, Rams- another touchdown. Mordsky starred
lo, ford made two yards on a delayed for Ann Arbor, while Pendell was Sag-
Tr Fromfordpmade two yardsatonnaMdelayed
From a Place kick fornation Miller buck. Clifton pounded through his inaw's greatest threat.
received the ball and ran 22 yards SAGINAW ANN ARBOR
around the left side of the field beforer t artdMchgan'sfve yard
ltne. It was first down. McCaslin ......e............ Davis
lie was thrown out of bounds on , rEzop .........t ............Pfeiffle
Nay'3 yard line. Rich fougihtI Gilbert, O)osterbaa .n and Miller con- Ml
through o t.> ne yard line. ogt tributed to hold Lloyd to less than a Milligan.......1.g..........'Conover
ihroui to the one yard line. Oooster- yard. After being moientarily stop- Koepke.........c...........Stout
aan f pluneed over the cent er of the ed, Ramsford plunged on across Jennings . .... . . r.g. ..... . ..Merifield
Gilbert kicked the o. lichigan's goal line for a touchdown. Merrill........r.t........Mayfled
kdhgoad. Lloyd failed to kick the goal. Rummel .........r.e..... Van Akkeren
31JIGAN 27, NAVY o. SiCIGAN, 27; Navy, 12. Maksimowicz ............Mordsky
Navy substituted Moret for Smith Gilbert kicked off to Ramsford who Kurz..........l.h............ Frey
at the end and Poe replaced Gabel at ran 10 yards to Navy's 30 yard line. Pendell .......r.h........Schroter
right tackle for Michigan. Gilbert Ramsford, refusing to be downed, ran Zdanewicz .....f.b............ Miller
keiked off to Lloyd who ran back 15 eight yards. Lloyd gained a yard, Referee . ...................Mitchell
yards before Palmeroli downed him Ranisford made it first down on Navy's Umpire . .....................Brown
on the Navy 31 yard line. Clifton got 48 yard line. Clifton made a yard Saginaw.........0 0 0 --6
five yards at Michigan's right tackle. through center. Ann Arbor....,...7 0 0 0-7
Lloyd made a quick pass to Bauer ICHIGAN 27, NAVY 12.
vwhich was good for first down on FOURTH QUARTER MANLIUS, N. Y:-Willie Heston,
Michigan's 46 yard line. Clifton took The unstoppable little Ramsford ran Jr., of Detroit, scored the only touch-
the ball out of bounds. Whitey Lloyd eight yards through Baer before Mil- down for his team against N. Y. U.
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