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ACCOUNT OF

MICHIGAN-lOWA

GAME

HAKEYSOTAI
HWKI[ UG OLVERINE ELEVENi
Statistics of Contest Give Wide
Margin to Visitors in
Closen t ilt.
SIMRALL LEADS PUNTERS

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First Downs,.
Michigan by rushing,
passing, 2; by penalty, 1.
8.

5> by
Total

GRIDDERS WHO PLAYED LAST GAME YESTERDAY
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water, likewise did the referee.
Morrison slid through right
guard for two more. Simrall
punted to Glassgow who caught the
ball on his own 10-yard line. He
was tackled by Draveling on the
Hawkeye 19-yard line. Jensvold
gained through the Michigan line.
but the Hawkeyes were offside and
penalized five yards.
Glassgow rounded Michigan's

on a wide end run betore b'ing
forced out of bounds. Tusosi
long pass was ei c.e l by Roed-
quist on Iowa's 13-yard line. h:-
erty gained a yard carrying the h1>
out of bounds.
Glassgow punted to Simrall who
caught the ball on his own 12-y::r
line. He returned it four yards
the Hawkeye 48-yard marker. WVil-
son gained three yards off t :t,,1

Iowma by rushing. 9; by pass-
lzg, 2. Total 11.
Forward Passes.
Michigan-Attempted 10, in-

tercepted 1. completed 5, for 59
yard~s.
Iowa - Attempted 14, inter-
cepted 3, completed C, for 43
yardLO.

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FIRST QUARTERAerg nPns
FIRST QARTER ichigan, 39 yards.
Capt. Glassgow of Iowa won the I.an, 3 yards
toss and chose to defend the south Iowa, 34 yards.
goal. There was a brisk wind from ni
the south. Michigan elected to kick' Michigan--45 yards. a
off and Gembis booted the ball to Iowa-30 yards. IPorman Poe Sovard Dalem ruckowsi Gembis
Glassgow, who caught it on his own Yards From Scrimmage. -
goal line and ran it back 25 yards, 1 yar. bst down after a gain of one Wilson which gave Michigan th er yard gain at Michigan's right
where ha----181kydrds.imr. wIe was tackled by bFarroh. ball for a first down on the Hawk- guard.
Glassgow was smothered for no Ely replaced Benjamin in the eye 38-yard line. It was a 20-yarc The ball was on the two-yard line
gawkeye line Simrall was hurried gain. Iowa took time out. Iowa and it was fourth down. Gembis
gain on an attempt through Michi-forhdw.Gmi
gan's left tackle. Iowa requested time out. in his kick by Rogge and the ball was penalized for five yards for too and Morrison tackled Glassgow for
The Iowa captain was held to a Hagerty struck Michigan's left went out of bounds at the Hawk- m-any time outs and Michigan had a one-yard loss, and Michigan took
half-yard gain on another attempt guard for six yards. Glassgow eye 48-yard line. Jensvold was re- the ball on the Hawkeye 34-yard )ossession of the ball on downs ont
through the same place. Glassgow rounded Michigan's left end for placed by Pignatelli at quarterback line. Daniels replaced Hewitt at ts own three-yard line. Iowa took
punted on third down, Simrall fum- another yard. Hagerty plunged for Iowa. Morrison recovered a Michigan's right end. time out.
bling the ball but recovering on through Michigan's left guard for fumble by Glassgow on the Iowa Farroh intercepted Truskowski's $ It was the second time that
Michigan's 36-yard line. Morrison a first down on the Iowa 40-yard 49-yard line. long pass on the Iowa 21-yard line. Michigan had taken the ball on
struggled through the left side of line. Glassgow slid off Michigan's Wilson was held to no gain. He Pape replaced Glassgow and on the downs within the five-yard marker.
the Iowa line without interference right tackle for four yards. He was stumbled over his own interference. first play rounded Michigan's left Standing back on his own goal,
for a seven-yard gain. tackled by Dahlem. He fumbled on the next play on an end for 16 yards and a first down Simrall punted out to Glassgow,
Dahlem was tackled by Magnus- Farroh aided by some splendid attempted end run and the ball was on Iowa's 37-yard line. Cornwell who caught the ball on Michigan's
sen for no gain. Simrall punted interference by Hagerty went recovered by Ely on the Michigan replaced Daniels and Daniels 40-yard line and he made an 11-
to Glassgow who picked up the ball through Michigan's left side for a 49-yard line. Poe tackled Glass- moved in the backfield in place of yard return, giving Iowa the ball
on his own 18-yard line. He was first down on the Michigan 44- gow for a two-yard loss. Gembis. on the Michigan 29-yard line.
forced out of bounds at the Iowa yard line. Hagerty made two Glassgow faked a pass and then Higdon replaced Myers. A long Glassgow was tackled by Morrison
27-yard line. Hagerty was tackled yards through Michigan's left rounded Michigan's left end for forward pass thrown by Jensvold after a two-yard gain.
by Poorman after a one-yard gain guard. Glassgow completed a pass seven yards. Glassgow was held failed. Pape went through Michi- Jensvlod added another at Michi-
through the line; and Glassgow to Farroh which netted 19 yards to a one-yard gain around Michi- gan 's right guard as the half end- gan's left tackle. Bovard broke
punted on the next play to Simrall and a first down for Iowa on the gan's right end. Glassgow punted M i 0o .p a pass thrown by Glassgow. ItI
who caught the ball on his own Wolverine 24-yard line. on the next play to Simrall who Score: Michigan 0; Iowa 0 was fourth down and the ball was
33-yard line. He was tackled by Roach replaced Draveling at caught the ball on his own seven- THIRD QUARTER n Michigan's 26-yard line. A pass
Rogge on the Wolverine 40-yard Michigan's left tackle. The Wol yard line and was forced out of Gembis returned the kickoff to thrown by Jensvold was incomplete
line. verines took time out. bounds at the Wolverine 16-yard the Wolverine 20-yard line. Wilsor and Michigan took possession of
Dahlem was held to no gain on Truskowski tackled Farroh for marker xained two yards through Iowa's the ball on downs on its own 26-
a thrust through Iowa's right no gain on an attempted end run. Morrison hit left guard for two, left tackle. Morrison plunged yard line.
tackle. On the next play Michigan Glassgow sprinted through Michi- yards. Wilson flashed through through the same place for three Morrison made 5 yards through
was penalized 15-yards for holding, gan 's left tackle for six yards. He Iowa's right tackle for eight more more. Simrall's punt was partially Iowa's left guard. Truskowski took
and Simrall punted. Poorman was tackled by Poorman. Farroh and a first down on the Wolverine blocked by Westra but it went out time out, and requested Trainer
downing the ball on Iowa's 41-yard made another yard toward Michi- 26-yard line. Gembis apparently of bounds at the Wolverine 45-yard Hoyt to come on the field. No one
line. Glassgow went through Mich- gan's goal as the period ended. atopped, continued on for a four- line. Michigan took time out. was injured, but the Wolverines re-
lign's freshed them. ,selves with a dink of
igun's left side for four yards and Score: Michigan 0; Iowa 0. yard gain through Iowa's left side. t lPoorman was injured but resum- _ehdteslswt _rk
Hagerty plunged through center for SECON) QUARTER Morrison plunged through Iowa's °d play. Glassgow replaced Pape - --
Glassgow right guard for another first down n the Iowa backfield at the AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF
G or trounded Michigan's on the Wolverine 36-yard line, a start of the sedond half. Glassgow DALCROZE EURYTHMICS
ansgws fichign's lef side igt dwn fo sx Wyards and a first gain of six yards. Iowa took time gained two yards through Michi-! Modern Education in
and it was first down for Iowa on n down on the Wolverines' 10-yard o ut.gasrihtcleHwtthoadRY M
the Wolverine 48-yard linne. Michi- line. Hagerty made three yards a ih ake eitwohdRYH
the Weoverned yad lie. Mh- line. Hgertyad's thee yad htFarroh tackled Gembis after a gone back in at Michigan's right MOVEMENT
gdan recovered and hager'y fum- through Michigan's line and on thr two-yard gain. Wilson was tackled end, was offside and the Wolverines MUSIC
bled and it was the Wolverines' ball next play Glassgow went through! by Westra for a two-yard loss, and were penalized five yards. II
on the Howkeye 49-y'ard yard. Poe the -center of the Wolverine line Simrall punted. Glassgow caught Glassgow plunged through the 3odily Technique, Plastic Movement,
fell on the ball. Iowa took time to within two yards of the Michi- the ball on his his own 19-yard Michigan line for a first down on Solfege, Cmprovisationiano
out. gan goal. line, and was finally tackled on the the Wolverine 33-yard line. Glass- ORomposition.
Simrall faked an end run and Morrison tackled Glassgow after Hawkeye 27-yard line. Hagerty gow hit through center for two NORMAL TRAINING
then tossed a pass which fell in- a one-yard gain and Michigan took went through Roach for a five-yard more. Ikagerty hit center for one N Profession for College and!
complete. Dahlem lost a yard on the ball on clowns on its own one- gain. syard.ACpassfo au S Ceg
an attempt at Iowa's left tackle. yard line. Simrall punted out to Glassgow added four more l Jensvold netted sixlyardssgand a sbooklet onReu
Simrall punted on third down jGassgow who caught the ball and through Michigan's left d half bu fail PAUL BOEPPLE, Directork
and Poorman downed the ball was tackled by Dahlem after a five- Glassgow punted to Simrall who. Hagerty plnged through center Volunteer 1357
on Iowa's 28-yard line. Jens- yard return to Michigan's 14-yard caught the ball on his own 3- for a first down on the Wolverine
void, who had replaced Farroh line. yard line and made a return of 12 21-yard line. Glassgow was held to
line. Wilson was sent in for Dahlemyards, giving the Wolverines the ; a two yard-gain at Michigan's left-
Hagerty added three more through who was apparently groggy. ball on their own 47-yard marker. tackle. Poe broke up a forward pass
center. Glassgow found a stone Jensvold made a yard at Michi- Auer replaced Roach in the Michi- thrown by Glassgow. Glassgow
wall at the Wolverine left tackle g gan's right guard where he was gal line. completed a pass to Jensvold which
and was held to no gain. Glassgow tackled by Steinke. Wilson knock- Morrison took the ball for a 3- netted four yards. Michigan took
punted to Simrall who caught the ed down a long pass thr'own by yard gain and it was called back time out.
ball on his own 22-yard line. HeI Glassgow. Poe tackled Hagerty and Michigan was penalized five On fourth down, Glassgow com-
made a sensational return of 21 after a one-yard gain. Glassgow yards for having a backfield man in pleted a pass to Rogge which gave
yards giving the Wolverines the punted out of bounds at Michi- motion towards his own goal. Trus- the Hawkeyes a first down on the
ball on their own 43-yard line. Dah- gan's 12-yard line. kowski hurled a long pass which Michigan six-yard line Rogge
1m was tackled for a three-yard Morrison running without inter- bounded out of the arms of Wilson, caught the ball as he lay on the
loss by Magnussen. ference, went through Iowa's right who had a clear field for a touch- ground. Hagerty went through cen-
Morrison was held to no gain by tackle for 16 yards and a first down. ter for .two yards. Glassgow added
Benjamin who was playing left down on the Wolverine 28- yard Simrall dropped back in punt another through Michigan's left
tackle for Iowa, and Simrall punt- line. Gembis plunged through formation and completed a pass to guard. Hagerty was held to anoth-
ed to Glassgow who was tackled in Iowa's left tackle for four yards. - _------ -----~.--.--
his tracks by Hewitt and fell out Wilson took the ball through for4
of bounds at Iowa's 28-yard line. four more. Morrison failed to make
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left end for four yards. Hewitt Haggerty interfered with Wilson on
was playing left end and Truskow- a long pass from Truskowski and
ski right end at the junction. Wil- the gain was allowed as if the p
son broke through and tackled had been completed, giving lile hi-
Jensyold for a five yard loss. Glass- gan the ball on the lowa 27-yui
gow punted and the ball was al- line. It was a gain of 24 yards.
lowed to roll dead at Michigan's 47 Truskowski passed to Gembis for
yard line. a first down on Iowa's 15-yard line.
Wilson rounded Iowa's right end Simrall was thrown for no gain.
for four yards. Gembis took the Morrison gained three yards
ball on a delayed buck for six more through center. Truskowski recov-
and a first down on Iowa's 43-yard ered his own fumble on the 15-
line. Iowa was offside and was yard line. Gembis missed a try for
penalized five yards on the next three points.
play. Pape substituted for Glassgow.
Morrison plunged through Iowa's Haggerty made 10 yart:.j through
left tackle for four yards. Morrison left guard. Farroh added nine more
took the ball on the next play off tackle. Haggerty again ripped
through Iowa's right tackle and off 25 yards through center. .'ape
made it first down on the Hawkeye made two more. Haggerty took
32-yard line, as the third quarter three more. Pass, Jensvold to Far-
ended. roh made it a first down on Michi-
Score: Michigan 0: Iowa 0. gan 31-yard line. Bill Hewitt tack-
FOURTH QUARTER led Pape for a 9-yard loss. Pape's
Wilson was tackled by Rogge for pass was incomplete. Jensvold's
no gain. Simrall gained one yard I (Continued on Page 8, Col. 7
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