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November 11, 1928 - Image 7

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"B" Team Outplays Strong Invad-
ing Elevens; Geistert Runs
For Long Gains

(Continued From Page One)
in which they held against the
plunges of the Alma backs. Erick-
son was the principal ground gainer
for the Alifa eleven, being the only
ball carrtier who could gain con-
Alma's vaunted aerial attack
failed to materialize except for a
brief time. in the first quarter,f
when it flared momentarily, and
then died down for the remainder
of the game, due to the defensive
work of the Michigan backs, who
knocked down many attempts.
With the ball in midfield, Gussin
' passed to Pezet for a 15-yard gain,
placing the oval on the 30-yard
. mark. Another pass, Gussin to Al-j
baugh was good for nine yards.
Then Gussin heaved another long
toss to Karpp who made it first
down on the Mchigan 6-yard line.
~ ~Alma made five yards in three
thrusts at the line, but with a yard
to go, Gussin's ,pass to Pezet over
the goal line was incomplete, giv-
ing Michigan the ball on its 20-yard
stripe. This was the only scoring
- .opportunity either team had in the
Sfirst half;
At the very start of the second1
.n half, Michigan began a concerted'
drive for a touchdown from its own
35-yard line. Geistert, Widman,
and Brown alternated in carrying
the pigskin, with the fornier bear-
; ,. ing most of the burden. Four con-
secutive first downs were reeled off
by the Wolverines, two runs of 101
and 20 yards by Geistert being in-
cluded in this ,advance. With the1
ball on the Alma five yard mark,1
Geistert took it over on his third
attempt, going of f tackle fo' the

_' w ..

qf the fourth period. He inter-s
cepted Wagner's pass on his own
20-yard stripe, side stepped and
evaded tackler after tackler, untili
he was finally forced outside by
Erickson on the Alma 25-yard line.
He was aided by good blocking on
the part of the Wolverine players.
After making four yards through
center, Geistert dropped back and
passed to Widman for a first down
on the Alma five yard stripe. After
being held to no gain, he went off
right tackle for Michigan's fourth
touchdown. Perlnan then replacedl
Geistert in the line-up.


The junior varsity's final scorej
came on the second play after the
kickoff. Wagner's pass was inter-a
cepted by Smith, Wolverine end, on!
Alma's 35-yard line, from whence
he romped through the opposition
for another six points. Both kicks
for points after the last two touch-
downs were wide of the uprights.
In downing Alma, Coach Court-
I wright's squad ran up its largest
score of the season. The line
opened up large holes in the oppos-
ing forward wall, through which
'Geistert and Brown iad hany
gains. On defense Brown, Sullo
and Bergman were outstanding,
while Carter, er-r, and Smith
played well at the ends, spoiling
many Alma attempts to skirt the
flanks. Lytle and Frank BrownI
backed up the Michigan line well
on defensive, while the former con-
tributed his share of yardage on
line bucks.

Stars Against Alma glow, and wide f the up-rights LANSING SIGH HOLDS ANN ARBOR TO L A S S I F I E
Michigan took the ball on her own
20-yard line and Hozer hit center 6-6 TIE AS RESULT OF LONG DRIVE'ADVERTISING
for a short gain as the game ended.
The splendid linle plunging and Victory was snatched form Ann covered Wingerterr's fumble on the
defensive work of Stanley Hozer Arbor High School yesterday morn- upstates 25 yard line. A pass, NOTICE
who was filling Gembis' place in ing when Lansing Eastern after re- Wagner to Walz, placed the ball -
the Michigan line-up was probably covering a fumble deep in their in the Purple's possession on theA.
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touchdown, he totaled 56 yards ering aerial attack to score a for a touchdown. Wagner failed
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ter for 3 yards as the quarter ended: Aa1.21112 41.42.


Alma College Mich. "R,,
Pezet... ......LE.......Carter
Angell .... .....b.Bergman
Mac Gregor . .. L G.......... Sullo
Kittendorf ..+."Brown, R.
Van Deventer .G........Bauer
Karpp ...... QB......Geistert
Lambp........L.QH..... ....Lytel
Gussin ....... RH......Widme n
Erickson......FB Brown, F.
TOUCHDOWNS: Geistert, three;
Brown; Smith.
Points after touchdown: Barter,
Smith for Kerr, Kerr for Carter,
Perlman for Geistert, Moyer for
Decker, Sundry for Lytel, Brown for
Patton, Decker for Sullo.
Alma: Maun for Albaugh, Mac-
Gregor for Horn, Albaugh for Maun.

The next play saw Hozer slide off
his left tackle for 4 yards and aE
touchdown but the ball was called'
back, both teams being offside.
Hozer picked up two through cen-
ter and Rich slipped through tac-
kle to the one-foot line. On the
next play, Hozer carried the ball
over to knot the count 6. all
Squier's attempted place kick with
Simrall holding the ball., was
Navy took advantage of Simrall's

Michigan Navy
Truskowski ... LE.........Moret
Pommerening . L T.......Wilson
Poe .... ... .LG. (Capt.) Burke
Bovard........ ....... Hughes
Steinke.......R G......Koepke
Draveling ..... RE .......... Byng,
Rich (Capt.) . . Q .....Whelchel
Simrall........LH....... Gannon
Dahlem ....... RH....... Castree

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A few moments later Geistert ac-
counted for. the Wolverines' second
score, running back Karpp's punt
55 yards. The third score came on
an intercepted pass. Gussin's
throw to Karpp bounced off the re-
ceiver's outstretched hands.into the
arms of Frank Brown, who ran
through half the Alma team from
the 40-yard line to cross the final
chalk mark. Bauer place kicked
for his third consecutive goal after
touchdown. After this play, Coach
Courtwright inserted many substi-
tutes into the line-up, until there
was virtually a new team on the
field at'the'cldse of the game.
Geistert made his last spectacu-
lar run of the day at the beginning



blocked punt which was recovered O f f i c i a ls-Referee, Crowell,
on Michigan's 43-yard line by a Swarthmore; umpire, Schommer,
middie player about the middle of Chicago;; headlinesman, Hallen-
the fourth quarter. The Ingram- beck, Pennsylvania; field judge,
coached team unleased a driving Hackett, Army.
attack that carried the ball into the Substitutions
very shadow of the Michigan goal Michigan-Squier for Hulbert,
before the Wolverine defense stif- Totzke for Hozer, Hozer for Totzke,
fened and stopped what looked Boden for Draveling, Cragin for'
like another Navy touchdown. Bovard.
Gannon, Lloyd and Clifton suc- , Navy - Peterson for W el I,
ceeded in registering two first Bauer for Castree, Spring for Bauer,,
downs to place the ball on the Welchel for Peterson, Gray for l
Maize and Blue 9-yard mark, be- Bowstrom, Beans for Byng, Lloyd
fore the Wolves were able to stem for Spring, Crane for Monabet, Giese
the rush. Whitey Lloyd dropped for Wilson, Swan for Burke, Peter-
back to the 17-yard line and with! son for Welchel.
Peterson holding the ball, attemp- I Scoring-Touchdowns: Michigan,
ted a place-kick, but his effort was' Hozer; Navy,. Gannon..

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