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Led by Captain George Rich, the
(Continued from Page 6.) Maize and Blue squad consisting
for no gain. TotzKe punted to of 27 players was the first to ap-
Faunce who strug'gled back six pear on the field for preliminary
yards to Indiana's 41 yard line. practice. The Wolverines formed:
Hojnacki replaced Briner at right two teams and went through a
guard for Indiana. Bennett made ! short signal drill.
four yards through left guard.
Beniett added three more through;
the middle of the Michigan line. On fourth down, Harrell com-
Indiana's captain again took the ipleted a pass to Unger for a first
ball making it first down on the down on Michigan's 31-yard line.
Wolverine 47 yard line. Hughes Two Indiana passes failed and the
hit center for five yards. Mich- Hoosiers drew a five-yard penalty.
igan's secondary stopped Bennett Indiana took time out as Harrell
but not until he had made four was injured. Truskowski broke up,
yards. a third pass and the Hoosiers drew
Indi' captain t through another five-yard penalty.
Indana's cpanwen. hrug Harrell punted out of bounds at'
for another first down on the Mich- th Michigan 2-a lin
igan 34 yard line. The Hoosiers took Totzke kicked on first down and
time put. Reinhardt replaced the ball went out of bounds at the
Faunce, in the Indiana backfield. Indiana 32-yard line. Capt. Ben-
With play resumed, Bennett gained nett was tackled by Draveling for a
two yards He was tackled by Trus- one-yard loss as the quarter ended.
kowski. R e i n h a r d t made four Score: Michigan 0, Indiana 0.
through the line. Poe replaced r i FourthQuarter
Squier for Michigan. Rihrtrpae arli
Hughes added another yard thru FtheIninad raced arre.tain
the line. Reinhardt failed to make the Indiana backfield. Cragin tack-
first down and it was Michigan's led Bennett for no gain and the
ball on its own 25 yard line. Rich Hoosiers were penalized five yards
wfor offside. Cragin again shot
was tackled by Catterton for a Iwo through and tackled Hughes for a
yard loss. Totzke punted. Rein- two yard loss.
hardt was tackled by Truskowski on Re inhardt punted to Straub,
the Indiana 27 yard line, who was tackled on Michigan's
Reinhardt made a yard on a wide 37-yard line. Gembis hit center for
end run. Capt. Bennett followed four yards. Hojnacki replaced Bri-
his interference well with a five ner for Indiana. Rich added two
yard gain. Straub was sent in for more through center. Rich lost a
Whittle for Michigan. Reinhardt yard on a triple pass play.
was held for a three yard gain. Har- Totzke's kick went out of bounds
rell punted out of bounds at Mich- at Indiana's 34-yard line. Rein-
igan's 40 yard line. hardt's long pass failed.. He tried a
Truskowski was called into the second pass and it met the same
backfield and completed a long pass fate, the Hoosiers drawing a five-
to. Rich for a 26 yard gain placing yard penalty.
the ball on Indiana's 34 yard line. Reinhardt made seven yards
Rich failed to gain on a 'Wide end through the line after faking - a
run. A pass failed. It was the pass. Reinhardt punted to Straub,
same play that gained 26 yards. who caught the ball on his 30-yard
Straub threw another pass which line and struggled back on a'
was grounded and Michigan was wide-end run.I
penalized five yards for the second Truskowski was drawn into the
incomplete pass. backfield to attempt a pass. He
Gembis attempted a place kick was tackled for a seven-yard loss.
from midfield. It was a fake but started to run with the ball and
Straub holding the ball, was tack- Michigan took time out.
led before he could get up from the Totzke punted and Truskowski
ground and Indiana took possession downed the ball on the Indiana 32
of the ball on the Michigan 47 yard line. Bennett hit center for
yard line. four yards. Bennett was tackled
Bennett was stopped by Pom- by Poorman and Draveling for a'
merening but got by and sprinted three yard loss. It was fourth down
around Michigan's left end for 24 but instead of kicking Reinhardt
yards. Bennett was held to a two- rounded Michigan's left end and
yard gain at Michigan's left end. made it first down on the Indiana
Reinhardt's long pass failed. Har- 43 yard line.
rell threw another pass which fail- Hughes was replaced by Faunce
ed and the Hoosiers were penalized in the Indiana backfield. Rein-
five yards. hardt hit center for three yards.
Gembis intercepted a pass Faunce was tackled by Draveling
thrown by Hughes and it was for no gain. Faunce hit Michigan's
Michigan's ball on the Wolverine right side for a first down on the
24-yard line, as the half ended. Wolverine 43 yard line.
Score: Michigan 0, Indiana 0. Faunce added five through Mich-
Gembis and Squier practiced
kicking goals from placement;
Simrall, Totzke, Holmes and
Wheeler went through a punt-
ing drill with Straub, Rich and
Whittle catching the kicks;
while the rest of the squad
limbered up by catching.
Ten minutes later the Crimson-
clad Hoosier players put in their
appearance led by Capt. Chuck
Bennett. # The Indiana outfit num-
bered 30 men, and went through
their limbering up drill simultan-,
eously with their rivals.
Although the sky was over-
cast, the weather was nearly
ideal for football, the tempera-
ture having dropped a number
of degrees overnight.
After the completion of the pre-
liminary drill the squads left the'
field in favor of the rival bands,
the entire Michigan outfit circling
between the goalposts for 'luck' be-
fore they disappeared into the pass-
ageway that leads to the dressing
The Hoosier's famous 100-
piece marching band took the
field, arrayed' in khaki uni-
forms. with white cross stripes
and red capes and brought
forth a bigcheer from the
They were followed shortly by
the new Michigan band a few min-
utes later and the two organiza-
tions joined forces at the south
end of the field before the flagpole
and played the "Star Spangled
Between halves Indiana's
band gave one of the best ex-
hibitions of formations ever
seen in the new stadium. First
the Hoosiers: formed a big
"M I C H" in front of theaWol-
verine stands and then crossed
the field to spell "I N D I A N A"
and later the letters "'I. U."
Michigan's new drum major suc-
ceeded in both of his attempts to
much to the satisfaction of the
Maize and Blue rooters.
An examination of the sta-
tistics of the contest indicates
that Captain Bennett was the
big ground gainer for the vic-
tors with a total of 151 yards
to his credit, while Faunce
made 67 and Reinhardt 47.
Moss, substitute lineman, was
forced to kick off twice after the
Crimson scored their touchdown
in the fourth period, his first effort
(Continued from Page 6.)
on the Bearcat 15 yard line. Walz
later heaved a pass to Pegan on the
goal line but it failed.
Ann Arbor Battle Creek
Davis' ......... LE ........ McAfee
Conover .......LT......... Priest
Ponto ......... LG. Schoonmacker
Jenkins .......C ...........Kay
Ann Arbor Loses First I "B" Team
Game To Batte Creek ContinuedT
from Page 6.)
an Buren's place
and blocked VE
'M. S. N. C. Pos. Michigan,
Abert ......... LE'........ Carter1
Wood .........LT...... Bergman
LaVoie ........ LG ......... ..Sullo
Stover ........ C ..... Sherwood
Farmer .......RG ....... Morgan
Shoemaker . .. .RT.........Hager:
Muellick ...... RE .......... Kerr
Gunnerson .... Q .......Giestert
Bo de L H -_- Grodsky
Schneeberger . . RG . ..
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going out of b
35 yard line.
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Walsh........RE........ Bevier Stites .........RH... Biedenweig
Srines fundpass- Mordsky ......Q .......Kelleher Van Buren ... . FB....... Hughes
st offensive weap- Walz .......... LH........ Dozier Substitutions: M. S. N. C.-
f orts netting 5 Pegan ........RH .... . ......Traut Vanyo for LaVoie. Michigan-
Indiana completed Fry ...........LB........ Reiber Bower for Sullo, Patton for Mor-
a I3 yard gain. Ann Arbor........0 0 0 0- 0 gan, Wilson for Grodsky, Sullo for
Battle Creek ......6 0 0 6-12 Patton, Cook for Sherwood, Wid-
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There were no changes in the1
Michigan lineup as play was re-
sumed in the second half. Indiana
kicked off from the extreme side1
of the field. Briner booted the ball
to Gembis, who returned it to1
Michigan's 39-yard line. Rich buck-1
ed the line for a yard.
On a hidden ball play, Gembis,
made four through center. He;
tried the same play again, but was
tackled for one-yard loss. Totzke
punted and the ball was allowed to '
roll dead on the Indiana 24-yard
line. Capt. Rich tackled Capt. Ben-j
nett after a four-yard gain.
Harrell gained two yards. Har-
rell punted to Rich, who was down-
ed in his tracks on Michigan's 38-
yard line. Totzke was thrown for a
five-yard loss after a double pass'
back of the scrimmage line.
Totzke punted over Brubaker's
head and the ball was downed by
Pommerening on Indiana's five-
yard line. Hughes hit center forl
three yards. Standing on his goal
line, Harrell punted out to Straub
-who was tackled as he made the
catch on the Indiana 48-yard line.
Rich lost a yard on a wide end]
run. Capt. Bennett intercepted a
pass thrown by. Rich and returned
the ball to the Michigan 44-yard
line. Bennett rounded Michigan's
right end for five yards. Bennett
made 15 yards through Michigan's]
right side and a first down on the1
Michigan 24-yard line. The Wol-
verines took time out.
Bennett rounded Michigan's
right end for three more. The ball
was directly in front of the goal
post. Harrell was tackled by Trus-
kowski for a one-yard loss. Ben-3
nett was smothered for no gain1
on the line. It was fourth down1
and the ball was directly in front
of the Michigan goal post.
Harrell's long pass to Brubaker
was completed but the catch was
made out of bound and Michigan
took the ball on its own 22-yard
line. Totzke punted to Brubaker,
who was forced out of bounds in?
midfield by Draveling.
Harrell hit Michigan's left guard
for three yards. He gained three
more through the same hole.
Hughes made a yard through Poe.
Harrell's punt was short and it was
Michigan's ball on the Wolverine
Rich was tackled for a two yard
loss. Totzke kicked to Brubaker,
who caught the ball on the Indi-
ana 30-yard line and returned it
igan's left guard. Reinhardt made
two more through Cragin. Rein-
hardt plunged through for a first.
down on Michigan's 30 yard line.
Michigan took time out.
Reinhardt made three through
the line. McCracken replaced Cat-
terton at left end for Indiana.
Faunce rounded Michigan's right
end for a 12 yard gain, making it
a first down on the Michigan 16'
yard line. Reinhardt made five
yards through the line.
Reinhardt gained four more
around Michigan's left end. Rein-
hardt was stopped at center for no
gain by Bovard. Faunce went be-
tween Michigan's right end and
right tackle for six yards and a
touchdown. Reinhardt's attempt
at goal failed.
Score: Indiana, 6; Michigan, 0.
Whittle went in for Straub at
quarterback for Michigan. Capt.
Rich elected to receive. Moss re-I
placed Shields for Indiana. Moss
kicked off but the; ball went out of
bounds and was called back for an-
other try. Moss kicked off again.
Rich caught the ball on his goal
line and returned it to the Wolver-
ine 31 yard line before being down-
Whittle faked a double pass but
was smothered for a one yard loss.
McCoy was sent in for Draveling,
Michigan's right end. Totzke com-
pleted a pass to Rich for a first
down on the Michigan 49 yard line.
Whittle's p a s s went out of
bounds. Whittle tossed a pass to
Gembis which netted six yards.
Gembis made a yard through the'
line. Ross was sent in for Rein-
hardt. Whittle's long pass was in-
tercepted by Faunce giving Indiana
the ball on its own 37 yard line.
Indiana took time out.
Faunce was stopped for no gain.
Ross hit center for two yards. Ben-1
nett added three more through
Michigan's right side. Bennett
punted to Rich who signalled for
a fair catch on Mfichigan's 24 yard
The ball was being called back
and Bennett again kicked, the ball
being downed on Michigan's 24
Yard line. Whittle's long pass
failed. Michigan was penalized 15
Randolph intercepted another of
Whittle's passes and Indiana had
the ball on the Michigan 32 yard
line. Bennett made two yards at
Michigan's right end. Cornwell