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OBER 28, 1928 THE MICHIGAN DAILY
By Play Account Of Game Wik Badgers

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on. the next play.
Price punted rld the ball was
allowed to roll dead on Michigan's}
31 yard line. Truskowski's long pass
failed. Wheeler's punt was downed
by Poe on the Wisconsin 41 yara
lifie.
oe went through the line and
tdtkled Bartholomew for a two
yard loss . Price had replaced Cul-
siiier for Wisconsin at the start of
the period. Bartholomew was held
to no gain.. Price punted to Straub
who was downed on Michigan's 33,
yArd line.
Gembis hit Wisconsin's right side
for four yards. Gembis again took
the ball through the cardinal right
tackle for two more. Wheeler fak-
ed a punt and then threw a pass
to Rich which netted 23 yards and
a first down on the Wisconsin 38
yard line. Wheeler hit center f>r
three yards. Rich slid off tackle
for three more.
Gembis went through Michigan's
right tackle for a first down on
the Badger 27 yard line. Wheeler
was held to no gain at right ena.
A pass from Wheeler to Rich- net-,
ted six yards. Behr replaced Price
in the Badger backfield.
Wheeler rounded Wisconsin's
right end for a first down on the
Badger 12 yard line. Gembis
plunged through Wisconsin's right
tackle for four yards. He added
two more through the same hole.
W*heeler fumbled a lateral pass on
fourth down, and Wisconsin recov-
ered on its own 17 yard line.
Bartholomew made one yard on
a wide end run. Rebholz gained
two yards through the line. Behr
punted to Wisconsin's 43 yard line,
where the ball was allowed to roll
dead. Wheeler's pass to Rich was
knocked down.
Wheeler made three yards off
tackle. Truskowski's long pass to
Wheeler failed, and Michigan was
penalized five yards. Wheeler's
poor punt went seven yards behind
the line of scrimmage, bu, it was
called back and Wisconsin was
penalized five yards for being off-
side on the play.
Wheeler again punted to Bar-
tholomew who was tackled on Wis-
consin's 12 yard line. Smith gain-
ed a yard after being forced out
of bounds. Behr gained four yards
through Steinke.
Behr punted and the ball was
downed by Wisconsin on Michigan's
46 yard line. Wheeler hurdled over

Wisconsin's right end for a two
yard gain.
Michigan was penalized five yards
for taking too much time in put-I
ting the ball in play. Truskowski's
pass to Rich failed.
Wheeler; in placekick formation,
attempted to pass to Straub, but
it fell incomplete, and Michigan
was penalized five yards for the'
second incompleted pass;
Wheeler punted and Draveling
downed the ball on Wisconsin's 21
yard line. Bartholomew was forced1
out of bounds after making three1
yards around Michigan's right end.
Behr completed a pass to Cuisi-
nier which gave Wisconsin a first
down on the Cardinal 48 yard line,
net gain of 24 yards. Bartholomew'
made five yards through the linel
as the quarter ended.
Score: Michigan 0; Wisconsin 0.1
FOURTh PERIOD
Simrall was sent in to replace
Wheeler in the Michigan backfield.
Smith was held to a one yard gain
at center.
Smith made a first down on
Michigan's 42 yard line. Bartholo-
mew was stopped by Rich and Wil-
liams for a one yard loss, on a wide
end run.
Smith gained three yards at cen-
ter. Smith's pass to Behr fell in-
complete. Truskowski b l o c k e d
Behr's punt and recovered for
Michigan on the Wisconsin 47 yard
line.
Truskowski attempted a long
pass to Simrall who was in the
open, but it was incomplete. On
the next play he shot a short pass
to Simrall but the receiver vas
held to no gain. Michigan was pen-
alized five yards for stalling, and
then Truskowski threw a 16 yard
pass to Rich for first down.
Simrall slid off Wisconsin's leftf
tackle for three yards, and Gembis
added five more through the op-
posite side. Simrall failed to gain.
Gembis' next try lacked inches of
making another first down on Wis-
consin's 25 yard mark and Wiscon-
sin took the ball.1
Behr's pass was knocked down.
Another pass by Behr was incom-
plete and Wisconsin was penalized
five yards for the second incom-
pleted forward. Lusby kicked out
of bounds on the 50 yard line.
On a triple pass play, Straub to
Rich to Simrall, Michigan made a
10 yard gain but the play was call-
ed back and the Wolves penalized
15 yards for holding. Truskowski's
long pass to Simrall was incom-

plete. Simrall kicked out of bounds On the next play, Behr shot a to Dahlem, was incomplete. Trus-
on Wisconsin's 45 yard mark. The pass to Cusinier who As playing kowski passed to Rich who caught
ball was called back and the Bad-- wide on his own right end, Trus- the ball on the Wisconsin 17 yard
gers penalized 15 yards for holding, kowski missed .ntercepting the line. The next pass was hurried
giving Michigan a first down on icave by inches. and Cusinier and a Cardinal player intercepted
their 46 yard line. caught the oval. He cut back and it on the Badger 15 yard mark as
Straub made a wonderful leaping by a pretty piece of open field run- the final gun sounded.
catch of Truskowski's long pass for ping eluded the Michigan second-
a 22 yard gain. Gembis hit right ary defense for a touchdown. Bac-
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Michigan gained six yards. Simrall
got off a beautiful punt that trav-
eled 55 yards, Lusby being tackled -
on his own 10 yard line.
Almost in the shadow of his own
goal post, Behr shot a pass to Reb-
holz for a 12 yard gain. Lusby was
held to no gain trying Michigan's
right end. Behr's bullet pass to -
Cuisinier was incomplete after the___ __
latter had his hands on the ball. SUDDEN
Lusby kicked out of bounds on theSERVICE
50 yard line.
Two men were in motion on a
triple pass play and Michigan drew
a five yard penalty. Truskowski's I
pass to Rich was incomplete, but
it was allowed when the officials
ruled interference, giving Michigan
the ball on Wisconsin's 46 yard
line.
Simrall passed to Gembis for a S.
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pass was intercepted by Lusby on
the Wisconsin 37 yard line, where
he was tackled by Rich. Behr was
tackled by Dahlen after a five
yard gain around Michigan's right
end. Michigan drew a five yard
penalty for offside on the play and
Captain Wagner took the penalty'
rather than the gian.
Lusby's pass to Gantenbein was
good for 20 yards and he was for-
ced out of bounds on Michigan's
34 yard line by Rich. Lusby made
two through the right side of
Michigan's line before Cragin stop-
ped him. Behr was held to a yard
gain by Pommerening.

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