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October 07, 1928 - Image 7

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Play By Play How Gembis place-kicked the goal for
the extra poit.
yiuoXeslevan Wins Score: Michigan 7, Ohio Wes-
O e W ovi leyan 7.
/Ver O Vrlne Gembis kicked off to Waid, who
returned the ball to the Wesleyan
BiresCwas tackled by Cornwell for 30-yard line. Waid was tackled by
one-yard loss. Cornwell for a -five-yard loss.
Mcneycd tesl. Breese made 20 yards around
lt cMiney carried the alelMichigan's right end giving Wes-
through Michigan's right tacklele yan a first down on its own 45-'
wKhin one foOt of the goal lne. yard line. Both sides were off side
McKinney failed by inches to and Haliday was stopped for no
make a touchdown but Breese gain. Breese gained a scant yard
p ppged over on the next play. through center.
Rice went in for Thomas and Wheeler punted on first down to
kicised the goal for the extra point. Waid who was tackled in his tracks
gcore: Ohio Wesleyan 7, Mich- by Cornwell on Wesleyan's 44-yard
lgan O' . line. Pommerening recovered for
Waid was sent in for Rice imme- Michigan. Under the 1928 rules
diately after the kick. Gembis Pommerening was not allowed to
kicked off but was returned to run with the ball after recovering.
Wesleyan's 26-yard line. A line Gembis was forced out of bounds
play failed. Waid gained a scant for no gain. Wheeler's long pass
yard, at Michigan's right side. was grounded. Gembis hit right
Breese punted and Campbell down- tackle for one yard. Gembis at-'
ed the ball on Michigan's 43-yard tempted a long pass from a
line. fake kick formation which fell
Score: Ohio Wesleyan 7, Mich- incomplete, and Wesleyan took'
igail p"the ball on downs on its own 44-

more. tackle for five yards and Glancy ment from Michigan's 26-yard ommittee
Wheeler placed a beautiful punt added five more through center. line, inaking the score 17-i in
out of bounds at Wesleyan's six- Breese got of a long kick, the ball favor of Wesleyan. Prepares Program
yard line. Glancy went through roiling to Michigan's five-yard Glancy's kickoff went over the
the center of the Michigan line for line where it was downed by a goal line and Michigan took the The program for the extension
33 yards and a first down on the Wesleyan man. ball on her own 20-yard line. division of the Student Christian
Wesleyan 39-yard line. Holmes was smothered trying to I Wheeler failed to gain off tackle. association is now being prepared
Abbey recovered a fumble for an circle his own left end and then His pass to McCoy was imcomplete
eight-yard loss. Breese failed to Wheeler punted to Breese who on the next play, and then he and will be completed in a short
gain. Wesleyan took time out. dodged his way for nearly 20 yards punted, the ball rolling to Wesley- while. This department sends ftP-
Niancy was injured, but resumed to the Michigan 26 yard mark. an's 35 yard line where it was dent speakers to address high
playing. Franz gained three around his own downed by Orwig. school and o t h e r gatherings
Breese punted to Wheeler, who left end. Glancy was stopped at Wesleyan drew another five-yard throughout the state. All those'
received the ball and was tackled center with no gain and Breese penalty for off-side. Breese made who are interested in making any
in his tracks by Blair on Michigan's made a yard through the line. a yard through the line and Glancy of the trips should call at Lane
35-yard line. Holmes hit inside of Then Glancy, the Wesleyan cap- hit center for four more. Breese -fall between 1 and 5:30, some time
right end for three yards. Wheeler tain dropped back five yards and punted on the next play to the within the next few days. Harold
punted to Breese who signaled for with Halliday holding the ball, Michigan 17-yard line. Michigan Husband, '29, is chairman of the
a fair catch on his own 25-yard scored a perfect goal from place- I had the ball at the final gun. extension division committee.
line as the quarter ended. -_ _
Score: Ohio Wesleyan 14; Mich- ___ __ _ __ ___ __ __ _
igan 7. -



At the start of the second half,
W. A. Brown replaced Bovard atl
center and Cragin went in for!
Steinke at Michigan's right guard.1
Gembis' kick off went over theI
goal line and Ohio Wesleyan put
the ball in play at its 20-yard mar-
ker. Running from punt forma-
tion Breese rounded Michigan's
right end for five yards. He faked
another kick and then passsed but
it fell incomplete.
Breese Intercepted Wheeler's
pass and returned it to Wesleyan's
43-yard line. Breese hit Michigan's
line for six yards. Waid failed to
gain. Straub' was injured and took
time out.
Wesleyan was penalized five;
yards. Danny Holmes replaced
Straub at quarterback for Mich-j
igan. Poorman was sent in for
Squier at Michigan's right tackle.f
Holmes intercepted a pass
thrown by Halliday in midfield and
ran 43 yards to Wesleyan's two-
yard line, where he was forced out
of bounds. Rich hit center for one'
yard. Gembis was stopped for no
gain at Wesleyan's left guard. Rich
plunged through right guard for a

yard line.
Wesleyan was penalized five
yards for being offside. Breese
faked a punt and then passed to
Haliday who caught the ball and
ran 57 yards for a touchdown.
Glancy kicked the goal.
Score: Ohio Wesleyan 14, Mich-
igan 7.
Halliday was aided by splendid
interference on his run for the
Gembis' kick off went into the
stands at the end of the field and
the ball '-was put in p lay at the
20-yard line. Breese rounded
Michigan's right side for two yards.
Glancy added two more through
Hozer replaced Gembis at full-
back. Rich hit left guard for three
yards. Holmes added two more
through left tackle. Hozer strug-
Igled through the right side for two
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Waid fumbled and Holmes re-
covered for Michigan on Wesley-
an's 22-yard line. Hozer made five
yards in two plays through right'
Glancy was held to one yard on
a center rush. Breese bunted out
to Wheeler who caught the ball on
his own 38-yard line, and a brilli-
ant return to the Wesleyan 39-
yard line. Franz went in for Waid.
Orwig and McCoy replaced
Truskowski and Cornwell at the
ends for Michigan. Holmes' pass
to Orwig was hurried and went wide
of the receiver. Glancy intercept-
ed Wheeler's pass on his own 30-


yard line.:
Wesleyan drew
alty for offside.

a five-yard pen-





Breese ran off



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