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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

*igan State Harriers Score Victory Over Wolverines C

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1Wen Brown Wins For Second
Sueeessive Year; Upstaters Have
Nine Point Margin

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Truskowski .. .LE ...... Anderson
Pommerening ..LT.. Christenson{
Poe ............ LG.....Hitchings
Bovard. . ....C .........Smeadr
Steinke .........RG....... Moeller
Squier .........RT....... Ferrari
Draveling .....RE.. Hornbeck (C)
Rich (C) ...... QB......".Nordberg
Wheeler ....... LH ..........Grove
Simrall ........RH.... Dickenson
Hozer ......... FB......... Schau

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MONROE PLACES SECOND
By Edward L. Warner
By annexing four of the first five
paces, Michigan State's well-ba--
,anced cross-country team defeated
the Michigan harriers, 23-32, yes-'
terday morning over the regula-
tion five-mile distance. First place
resulted in a duel between Lauren
Brown of State and Randolph
Monroe of Michigan, but the dim-
inutive Spartan captain repeated
his victory of last year when he lcd
the lanky Wolverine by 50 yards
at the finish.
Michigan's hopes of victory were
slattered when a trio of Green and
White clad runners came down the
stretch 300 yards back' f 'the two
leaders to clinch victory for Coach
Mason's squad. Ted Willmarth took
third, Roosien was in fourth place,'
while Dowd captured fifth.
Six Michigan runners crossed the,
finish line' before the fifth Spartan
completed the five miles, but the
visitors had already won the meet.1
Captain Wuerfel surprised by only
taking sixth place. He was fol-j
lowed by Austin, Benson, Jesson,
Grunow, and Aubrey in order, but
only the first three named counted
in the. scoring. Price was the fifth
Michigan State runner, getting {
tenth- place, although he actually
was twelfth.
Rain Slows Up Race
The rain-soaked condition of the
course slowed up the harriers, al-,
though Brown's time of 25:47.2 was
favorable for the distance. How-
ever, it was 16 seconds slower than
his winning time in 1927. The be-
spectacled Spartan runner has not
been defeated this season, and is
expected to compete with eastern
harriers in the I. C. A. A. meet next
week.
Smith, Kennedy, Colby, and
Fuestel were the other Wolverines
who competed against the State
squad. At the three mile mark
Brown was leading the field, a
position which, he never relinquish-
ed thereafter, although he was
pressed by Monroe. Wuerfel was
in fourth place at the end of three
miles, but he dropped back to sixth'
during the final two miles, beingf
unable to overtake his SpartanE
rivals in the stretch.1
The race started on the cinder
track at Ferry field, from whence
the runners proceeded over the
five-mile course, finishing at the
University golf links.
PLAY BY PLAY

SIDELINES ON "B" TEAM GAME 10
Wet weather and soft fields dog .Pulled out of the line, he responded
ged the steps of the Michigan "B" with three place kicks out of as±
team this season. Coach Court- many attempts for the extra point
wright's squad played it last six against Alma. At Toledo he wasI
games in the mud, climaxing the handicapped by the wet ball, but
season with last Friday's contest he made good on three of his five
against Toledo, which was played kicks.
in a continual downpour.
Waring was the best ball
The junior varsity was carrier for Toledo, although his
favored by a dry field at Alli- gains around end were of no
ae, when they defeated gonsiderable length. Toledo's 1
Mount Union, 14-0. However, total of two first downs attest-
the remainang games on the ed to Michigan': defensive play.r
schiedule with Ypsilanti, Ohio
StateB", Wisconsin "B", Kal- Toledo's sole threat to score cameE
amazoo Normal, Alma, and in the third period when Wujciak
Toledo, were all played on recovered Wilson's fumble ofC
gridirons that had been sub- Dunn's punt on the Michigan 25-
jected to showers of varying yard line. However, after an un-
intensity prior to the opening successful attempt to gain, Toledo'
hfumbled and Smith recovered for
the Wolverines.t

STATISTICS

First Downs
Michigan 7, State 9. By rush-
ing, Michigan 6, State 3; by
passes, Michigan 1, State 3; by
penalties, State 3.
Passes
Attempted, by Michigan 5,
State 6; completed, Michigan, 1
for gain of 32 yards, State, 3 for
gain of 60 yards; intercepted,
by Michigan 3, State 1.'

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o ed a yard at the line but the ballr
was called back and State was
penalized five yards for being off-
dde.
Dickerson made three yards
through Squier. Danziger struck a
stone wall at left guard. Groves'
kick went over the goal line, and
the ball was put in play by Michi-'
gan at the 20-yard marker.

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Michigan scoring, field
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Substitutions, Michigan, Hughes
for Hozer, Geistert for Wheeler,
Holmes for Simrall, Straub for
Rich, Rich for Straub, Cragin for.
Bovard, Simrall for Holmes, Wheel-
er for Geistert, Hozer for Hughes,
Totzke for Simrall, Bovard for
Steinke. State, Dill for Moeller,
Crabill for Smead, Danziger for
Schau, Joslin for Dickenson, Ruhl
for Joslin.
Officials-Referee, C. P. Schott I
(Kalamazoo); umpire, Fred Gard-
ner (Cornell); field judge, A. W.'
Thompson (Lawrence college);'
head linesman, Jay Wyatt (Mis-
souri.).
to the State 49-yard line. Geister.t
cut through State's right tackle
'for 22-yards and a first down on
fthe State 27-yard line. Truskow-
ski plunged straight through cen-
ter for eight yards. State took time
out.
Danziger replaced Schau at
fullback forState as it started to
rain. Truskowski again took the
ball through the State line for a
first dlown on the Spartan X&-yard
line. Hughes was held to no gain
at center. Rich made a yard
around State's left end.
Geistert added another through,
the right side. Truskowski dropped
back for a pass but fumbled the'
slippery ball and was tackled on
State's 10-yard line. It was fourth.
down and the Spartan's took pos-
session of the ball. Wheeler and,
Simrall were sent in for Holmes
and Geistert.
Grove kiqked to Simrall who
caught the ball on his 45-yard line.',
He returned it I2 yards to State's
43-yard marker. It was raining,
but very few spectators were leav-
ing. Wheeler rounded State's right
end for 11 yards and a first down'
on the 32-yard marker.
Simrall recovered a fumble for a
three-yard loss. Hughes fumbled
but Capt. Rich recovered for a loss
of two more yards, Simrall made
four yards off tackle. Michigan took
time out.
Simrall punted out of bounds at
State's 24-yard line. Grove dropped
back to punt but fumbled the ball,
recovered and rounded Michigan's
right end for 11 yards and a first
down on the 35-yard marker, as
the quarter ended.
Score: Michiga4y 3, Michigan
State 0.

Yards Gained
By Michigan 146, State 114.
Yardshlost,gby Michigan 34 1/2,
by State 40. Net gain, by Mich-
igan, 111% /yards, by State 74.
Punts
Michigan averaged 32 yards
on 14 punts; State averaged 39
yards on 12 punts.
Penalties
Michigan 55 yards, State 25
yards.
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ent out of bounds at the State
8-yard line.
Norberg made a yard through.
ichigan's left side. Danziger add-

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Don Wilson, like Mike Geistert,
against Alma, found the going to
his liking at Toledo despite the
soggy underfooting. The dimin-
utive halfbaek caught two, passes
in the first period on which he ran
30 and 25 yards respectively for
touchdowns. Then in the third
quarter he wormed his way
through the line to scamper 42
yards for another score.
Michigan's hopes received a
setback when Frank Brown,
plunging fullback, was strick-
en with tonsilitis and could
not accompany the team to To-1
+leda. His place was capably
filled by Biedenwieg, who made
some nice gains through the
line besides providing a good
exhibition of blocking.
Bauer, the stocky left guard, has
developed into a.dependable place
kicker, filling the vacancy left by
Hughes' promotion to the Varsity.
was penalized 15 yards for rough-
ing the kicker. State was given a
first down on its own 40-yard line.
on its own 40-yard line. Danzier

Play in the last two periods
was cut to 12 and 10 minutes
on account of the heavy down-
pour which made the going ex-
tremely stow. The rain and
mud virtually obscured the
players from view.
Dick Lytle's line plunging was a
treat to watch, as number 59 went
crashing through the Toledo for-
ward will for five, ten, and fifteen
yards at a time. He was aided by
some large holes opened up by the
Michigan linemen.
Jake Widman did a good
job of his 'first game at
quarterback, insterspersing line
plunges with end runs and
passes. His punting was good
considering the sodden pigskin.
then hit the line for two yards, and
Norberg failed to gain.
Grove punted and Capt. Horn-
beck downed the ball on Michigan's
25-yard line.
Rich fumbled but recovered for
a yard loss. Simrall's short kick

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son tackled Geistert after a two-'
yard gain through' left tackle.
Holmes hit the enemy's right tackle
for two more. Holmes punted and
Poe downed the ball on State's 31-
yard line.
Schau plunged , through center
for a yard. Draveling tackled Nor-
berg for a seven-yard loss. Grove
punted to Geistert who caught the
ball on his own 27-yard line, and
returned it to the Wolverine 42-
yard marker, where he was tackled
by Dill. Geistert made three yards
through left tackle in two at-
tempts.
'Holmes was held to no gain.'
Michigan was penalized five yards.
Holmes was tackled by Anderson
for a five yard loss. Holmes then
punted to Norberg who caught the
ball on his 20-yard line and was
forced out of bounds at the State
36-yard line. Dickerson failed to
gain at Michigan's left side. He
was tackled by Poe.
Norberg gained one yard at
'ruskowski's end. Grove punted
out of bounds at Michigan's 20-
yard line. Rich gained two yards
at center. Holmes punted and the'
ball was downed by Pommerening
on the State 47-yard line. Schan
Inade a yard at left guard and then
added two more before being forc-
ed out of bounds.
Hughes intercepted a pass
thrown by Schau and returned it

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Fourth Period
Hozer replaced Hughes at full
back for Michigan. Dickerson was
held to no gain on an attempted
end run around Draveling as play
resumed Danziger plunged through
center for seven yards.
Grove fumbled another pass
from center and was tackled by
Pomrnerening for an 18-yard loss.
Groves' punt was partially blocked
and caught by Wheeler on the
State 40-yard line, but Michigan
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