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P'AOZ SIX

THFE MICHIGAN 'TDAILY

ZUNDAY. OCTOBER 6. 1929 '

ANN

ARBOR

BOWS

TO

POW ERFUL MUSKEGON E LEVEN

NORTHERNESDFEAT
LOCALS: SCORE IS ITB 6
Muskegon High school's crashing,
running, passing, rushing attack
was too much for Hollway's Purplel
and White Ann Arbor High team at!
Wines Field, yesteday afternoon.-
The final score was 17 to 6.4
The "Big Reds'" forward wall{
was far superior to Ann Arbor's,
tearing wide holes through the
locals forward line through which
the Muskegon backfield rushed
through for big gains. Ann Arbor
showed its prowess near its goalI
line, holding the Muskegon backs!
repeatededly within their own 10- ,
yard line. Captain 6onover and
Mayfield lead the Purple and White
defense iii stopping the upstateI
team's attack.
First Quarter Even.t
The first quarter was fairly even-
ly played, neither team taking
chances, Muskegon undoubtedly re-
membering the, 91-0 trouncing
handed Durant last Saturday byf
Hollway's boys.!
Muskegon's first touchdown ofI
the game from the first pass they
attempted when Flouts flipped a
hot one to Mathews who was overI
the goal line. Fouts' drop kick for,
the extra point was successful. Mus-I
kegon garnered another two pointsi
when Weid of Ann Arbor fumbledI
and was thrown back of his goalr
line shortly before the half ended.c
Ann Arbor Scores.c
After coming back in the secondx
half Ann Arbor showed a burst
of speed that swept the Muskegon1
crew off its feet. The rally ended
when Nowack raced across the linec
with the ball which was passed
latterly to him by Nott. Muske-
gon's linebroke through the local
defense to block the kick for the
extra point.
Muskegon was handed its only
other touchdown of the game when
Nott's punt was blocked by DeakerX
on the nine yard line. Deakerf
crossed the goal line for the six-!
pointer on the next play. The tryc
for the extra point was successful.

STATISTiCS
First Downs.
IAichigan: By rushing, 9; pen-t
alties, 1; Total, 10.
Michigan State: By rushing, 4;1
Penalties, 1; Total, 5.
Forward Passes.M
Michigan: Attempted, 1; com-'
pleted, none.
Michigan State: Attempted, 5;j
Completed, none.
Net Yards Gains From
Scrimmage.
Michigan, 289; Michigan State,
4 85.
Penalties.
Michigan. 50 yards; Michigan.
State, 35 yards.
Average on Punts. Captain
Michigan, 38 yards; Michigan won the t
State, 33. the south
blowing f
State elec
EARLIN BOXERS AND SmeadI
WRESTLERS SUMMONED received t
yard line.
Michigan
Freshmen who are interested in 1 was tackl
boxing may enter the boxing class ered at c
which Coach Let Philben will in- bis went t
struct this year in the 'Waterman for four y
Grove, wh
Gym boxing room. The hours set was tackle
for the boxing classes will be from 21-yaid 11
4:00 to 5:00 on Tuesday and Thurs- Nordber
day. If any of the men show spe- left end f
cial aptitude they may move up enalized
into a special individual class which the next
will bring them into stiffer compe- down on
tition and offer them the possibil- Grove, wh
ity of later working into Varsity Grove's p
material. This individual class willIigan had
State's 29-

SCORES BY QUARTERS

1st 2nd

1chigan
.S.C.

- 7
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3
0

3rd
0
0

4th
7
0

1 Wolverine Harriers f
FINAL! Hold Practice Runs
Varsity cross country started off
1 7 with a bang yesterday morning;
when Coach Steve Farrell's pro-
teges had their first practice run
of the season. Although the squad'
has only been working out for aI

SIMRALL BESTS
SPARTAN KICKER
Wolverine Upsets Dope in Duel
With Roger Grove By
Sizeable Margin.
A considerable share of the
credit due the men of Michigan in

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week, they showed up well in the
initial run, the leaders covering
3 1-2 miles in 18 minutes.
Out of a squad of 20 men starting,
16 of them were pretty well

PLAY BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF M. S. C. CONTEST

First Period
Truskowski of Michigan
oss and choose to defend
h goal. The wind was
rom the south. Michigan]
ted to kick off.
kicked off, the ball being
by Hudson on his five-I
He returned it to the
39-yardhline before he
led. Dahlem was smoth-
enter for no gain. Gem-
hrough State's left tackle !
yards. Simrall punted tol
ho received the ball and
ed by Hayden on the State
ine.
rg rounded Michigan's
or seven yards after shak-
two tacklers. State was
15 yards for holding on
play, making it second
its own 14-yard line'
ho received the ball and
unt was short, and Mich-
possession of the ball on
-yard line.

rolling over State's goal line. State yard loss. Exo was offside on the bunched at the finish. Among the
put the ball in play at its 20-yard next play and State was penalized leaders at the end of the grueling
line. another five yards. Truskowski run were Wolfe, Fitzgibbons, Ben-
After Nordberg had 3t four gained a yard through right guard. son, Feustel, Aubrey, Kennedy,
yards, Grove punted, and the ball Score: Michigan 10; State 0.:, D'Anna Crawford, Austin, and Low-
was downed by Fogg on State's 39- Gembs kicked off to State, Dan- master. Coach Farrell says that the
yard line. Three plays netted Mich- ziger returning the ball from his
igan only three yards, and Michi- own 11-yard line to the Spartan prospects of developing these men
gan was penalized five yards for 27-yard marker. Danziger hit the into a winning cross country team,
taking too much time in the hud- line for two yards and Nordberg looks very bright.
dle. Simrall's punt rolled over the went through Michigan's left side These Saturday morning runs
goal line and again the ball was for seven more. Dill was offside T
put in play at State's 20-yard line. on the next play and State was will continue to be held for -several
Crall replaced Dickeson in State's penalized five yards. weeks. Each week the distance will
backfield. Unable to gain, Grove Grove was forced to punt, Sim- be lengthened until the harriersI
was forced to punt, Simrall catch- rail catching the ball on Michigan's are running the regulation five-'
ing the ball on Michigan's 36-yard 27-yard line. He struggled back to mile course in fast time. Farrell
line and was tackled by Ridler after the Wolverine 34-yard marker expe ohe is me Fnrtp-to
a six-yard return. Michigan drew Two plays netted Michigan sixxpets to have his men in tip-top
a five-yard penalty after Simrall yards. Simrall playing safe by shope for the first met October 16,
had made one yard through State's punting to Grove who was, tackled with the Michigan State Normal
Hudson went through State's ]eft by Truskowski in his tracks on school at Ypsilanti. After this meet
tackle for 24-yards and a firStates 28-yard line. Gaining only the Michigan squad will run against
down on ther four yards in two plays Grove several first rate teams including
Gw othSpartan 39-yard line. punted. Simrall catching theeball the Detroit Y. M. C. A. and Michi-
Gembis hit the State right side; on Michigan's 40-yard line. He re- rgan State College. Tera et
for four yards. Dahlem went turned it seven yards. il come howeve The real tests
through center f or 12-yards and a -ad will come, however, when the har-
truhcnefr12yrsadaline for two yards, and Simrall riers go to the triangular meet with
first down on State's 23-yard line. !Dahlem and Gembis each hit the Oio an Ihi the W ii
Hudson bucked the line for two Ohio and Illinois, the Wisconsin
yHrdson bumcktgged thefrtog punted to Grove, whokwas tackled meet, and finally the Conference
yards. Simrall struggled through
Haby yen in his tracks on State's! meet at Columbus.
right tackle for six more as nhed18-yard line.
quarter ended. Crall rounded Dravelin's end
Score: Michigan 7fMichigan for 11-yard gain and a first down
State 0. eon State's 29-yard line. Roach re-
Second ]Period placed Auer at tackle for Michigan. ,
Exo replaced Ridler at State's 'Nordberg went through Michigan's
right tackle. State was offside and left side for nine yards.
penalized five yards, giving Michi- Truskowski and Dahlem tackled
gan first down on the Spartan 10- Nordberg for a four-yard loss. The
yard line. Smead plunged through ball was near the sideline and a - -°
and tackled Hudson for a one- (Continued On Page Seven)

their win over the Spartans yes-
terday can be laid on the none too
stalwart shoulders of the Wolverine
field general, Jimmy Simrall. His
was the task of staying State's
greatest threat, the punting toe of
Rog Grove, Spartan kicking ace.
R Advance predictions had conced-
ed the Crowley coached outfit a
10-yarfl gain on exchange of kicks
with Grove, one of the most talent-
ed punters in college football in
form. Simrall who drew the Wol-
verine kicking assignment in lieu
of Wheeler not only held his more
advertised rival even in yesterday
afternoon's duel, but when final
statistics had been compiled the
sandy haired Kentuckian h a d
gained a sizable advantage over the
upstater.
Simrall's five boots averaged 39
yards in the first half during
which period the Spartan averaged
34 yards in seven attempts. In the
second stanza Simrall also showed
a considerable advantage with his
six punts averaging 37 yards and
Grove getting off eight spirals for
an average of 31 yards.
In all justice to Grove it must
be admitted that the Wolverine
forward wall played no small part
in the unexpected falling off in
State punting fortunes, hurrying
the Spartan on nearly everyyocca
sion and directly causing several
short punts which severly cut into
Grove's average.

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come at the hours from 3:00 to 6:00 Dahlem was tackled by Smead
on Tuesday and Thursday. They for a two-yard loss. Hudson went
boxing room used for both classes through the Spartan left tackle for
.s . h 17 yards and a first down on the
is equiped with the fiest apparatus State 14-yard line. Michigan drew
and the embryo pugilists will find a five-yard penalty on the next'
complete facilities at their disposal. play. On the second play, both
Sauer WiH Coach. teams were offside, and the down
a. w l ng 'n unllrained the same.

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' CLEVELAND-It is the belief of
Billy Evans, manager of the Cleve-
land Indians, that the major league
baseball teams will soon be travel-
ing their circuits by aeroplane.
ATHENS, Ohio-On Oct. 12 Ohio
University will open its new $185,-
000 stadium when Ohio Wesleyan
invades its gridiron.

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soon be under way in the wrestling'
room of Waterman Gym. Coach
Russell Sauer, one-time Western,
Conference intercollegiate cham-
pion, will again be in charge of the
first year men who have special
inclination toward this sport. The
coach announced that the hours
arranged for instruction in wrest-
ling will be 3:15 to 5:15 on Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday and Friday, and
from 3:15 to 5:15 on Wednesday.
He also said that he will meet all'
freshmen interested in electing
wrestling on Thursday, October 10;
in the wrestling room of Waterman!
Gym. If any of the men wish fur-
ther information on this matter!
they may inquire at the athletic
office in the gym.

Hudson cut through left tackle
for three yards, Dahlem added four
more through the same hole. Hud-
son cut through the Spartan left
tackle for 10 yards and a first down
on State's two-yard line.
Truskowski came around from
end and ,gained one yard through
the line. Gembis plunged through
State's left tackle for a touchdown.
Joe also placed kicked the goal.
Score: Michigan 7; Michigan
State 0.
Gembis' kick-off went over the
goal line and State put the ball
in, play at her 20-yard marker. Af-
ter Nordberg had gained two yards,
Grove punted out, of bounds at
Michigan's 43-yard line. Two plays
gained but four yards for Michi-
gan, and Simrall punted, the ball

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