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Sand tackled Hudson for a one- punted but this time the ball went Crall
yard loss. it in play at her 20-yard marker. anothe
Gembis made a couple of yards Hudson cut through State's left i punted
and Simrall punted. Truskowski tackle, evading several men in the yard 1i
downing the ball on State's 29- State secondary defense and ran 79 for 18
'yard line, near the sidelines. yards for a touchdown. Schau re- the Mi
Danziger made four yards through placed Danziger and Crall went 'drovet
the line and then rounded Mich- for Dickeson. Gembis place-kick- tackle.
(Continued From Page Six) igan's right end for 15 yards, but ed the goal. tackle
lateral pass was incompleted, and the ball was called back, both sides Score: Michigan 17; Michigan againt
on fourth down Grove kicked being offside. State 0.1

I lost another five yards in
er attempted end run. Grove
outside on the Michigan 25-
ne. Heston circled right end
yards and a first down on
ichigan 44 yard line. Dahlem
through for five yards at left
Heston also tried left
and gained four yards. He
took the ball for two yards


Simrall receiving the ball on Mich-
igan's 25-yard line. He made an
11-yard return.
State's line was penetrated by
Dahlem for two yards and by Hud-
son for five. Simrall kicked to
Grove who returned the ball to
State's 38-yard line. Nordbergmade
a nice gain but the ball was called
back and State penalized five yards
for being offside. Grove was again
forced to punt. Simrall making a
fair catch on Michigan's 41-yard
Simrall returned the punt to
Nordberg who carried the ball out
of bounds at State's 21-yard line. A
forward pass from Grove to Crall
failed as the half ended.
Score: Michigan 10; Michigan
State 0.

uG111, 1110iu . I
Grove kicked, Simrall beingj
downed in his tracks by Haun on
Michigan's 23-yard line. On third
down, imrall 'punted and Bovard
downed the ball in midfield. Nord-
berg rounded Truskowski's end for'
six yards.I
Dickeson turned Draveling's end
for seven yards and a first down
on Michigan's 37-yard line, as the
quarter ended.
Score: Michigan 10; Michigan
State 0.
Fourti Period
Nordberg hit Michigan's right
guard for two yards. Nordberg

Nordberg returned the kickoff
by Gembis 25 yards. Nordberg
went around Truskowski for six
Crall drave through center for
two yards and Sehau went for two
more yards for a first down on?
State's 35-yardrline.r Schauagain
carried the ball through the middle
of the Michigan line for three
yards. A bad pass from center
caused Crall to fumble and lose a
yard. Grove punted to Simrall who
returned the ball to the Michigan
34-yard line.
Dahlem tried right tackle and
lost two yards. On the next play
Michigan was penalized 15 yards
for holding. After gaining no
ground at right tackle Simrall


For Your

The Amb
The Hotten tots


went around Truskowski's end forj
another two yards. Dahlem broke
up a forward pass thrown by
Grove. Grove's punt went out of

Phone 9588



Third Period | bounds at Michigan's two-yard punted to Grove on the State 47-
Gembis' kickoff was returned to line. yard line.
State's 26-yard line. Grove was Simrall punted on first down, Crall went wide around left end
forced to punt after two plays Grove receiving the ball on Michi- for three yards. Nordberg attempt-
gained only two yards, and he boot- gan's 40-yard line, and was run ed to pass but found no man open
ed the ball to Simrall who received 'out of bounds by Gembis on the and streaked down the side lines
it on his 32-yard line. He was Wolverines 37-yard line., eight yards for a first down. Nord-
tackled out of bounds at Michigan's Roach held Dickeson to* a half- berg lost one yard bucking the line.
43-yard line. Hudson plunged yard gain. Poe tackled Danziger Nordberg attempted an end run but
through State's left tackle for four for a two-yard loss. Grove again Dahlem came in and threw him for
yards. over the goal line. Michigan put a five yard loss.
Gembis added two more through
center. Michigan was penalized
five yards on the next play and j SALES TRAININGI
Simrall punted to Grove, who was FORI
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Roach plunged through and A practical course in the fundamentals of Life Insurance Selling will
smothered Dickeson for a four- be open to a limited number of men and women interested in this work.
yard loss. It will be given without cost or obligation throughout the college year and !
Michigan was penalized 15-yards, will require a total of about three hours per week. The course will be
giving Michigan State first down practical in that it will permit the participants to earn while learning. The
on its 28-yard line. After three , purpose of the course is to provide training for those who want to take
plays the ball was in the same posi- up this work upon graduation. For those who qualify we will have attrac-
tion and Grove's punt traveled 55 tive and remun'tive openings in June. We are interested in interviewing
ands eyon the crimage i only those who will be graduated this year.
yards beyond the scrimmage line Interviews will be givenat room 306 Michigan Union Monday Oct.
before going out of bounds at 7 from 3 to 5:30 and 7 to 9 p. m.
Michigan's 17-yard line.A
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Hudson fumbled and Danziger re-
covered for State on the Spartan
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Nordberg went through Michi- A Beautiful Country Home
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Dickeson added three more through
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struggled through State's left
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Gembis refused to be stopped by a Garden, Fruit, Chickens, Flowers, and plenty of room
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Gembis added two more. Simrall
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and a first down and then ran leftAEWANTED
end for three yards. C LASS I E____
Dahlem failed to gain through WADVEREaSINGninstEDctorin
left tackle. H-eston lost two yards' IRISN University wants room in glood
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on a double pass and Simrall punt-
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On the last play of the game a pass ANNOUNCING the opening of 56
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with or without cooking. Mar- --- ---
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LOST-Ladies' pocketbook in Main
Library on Friday afternoon.
Glasses and valuable papers.
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