SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1930
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PURDUE-MICHIGAN 'B' TEAM LINEUP
PLAY BY PLAY
(Continued From Page 6) Michigan ,B..........Dros
~~Kutshe ....... B..... r
through Michigan's right tackle Brown ........RH.......... Pars
and right guard. Coombe........LH...........Hay
A short pass from Pope to Moss Berkowitz .....FB........ Banka
netted 16 yards and a first down Justice .........RE ........ Loring
on the Purdue 42-yard line. Yune- Jordan........RT.......Johnson
vitch drove through the left side Benz.........RG.....McDonald I
cf the Michigan line for six yards. Winston......C.........Beeson
Pope again using a spinner play Parker..LG.. ..McPherson
went through center for a first Frisk ..........LT......... Brady!
down on the Wolverine 44-yard Bovard........LE.......Martich!
tmarker Bvr ....L ... atc
Pope was injured and time was Touchdowns--Indiana, Martich
taken out. Morrison and Simrail Michigan, Berkowitz. Point after
held Purvis to a two-yard gain, touchdown, Indiana; Dross; Michi-
Purvis was stopped for no gain on gan, Bremen. Field Goal, Michigan,
a spinner play. He was tackled by Bremen.
Auer and Hozer. A forward pass
from Pope to Moss was completed Substitutions-Indiana, Downs,
and Moss was down on the Mich- Keckick, Waite, Talbot, Tierman;
igan 10-yard line, but the ball was Michigan-Bremen, Markley, Lind-
called back and Purdue was penal- sey, Maclellan, Horner, Kuijala,
ized 15 yards for holding. Horwitz.
Pope kicked on the next play to
Newman who signalled fr a fair Officials-Referee, A. W. Thomp-
catch on his 15-yard line and made son; Umpire, Monilaw; Field Judge,
it. Newman was held to a one-yard Daniels; Head Linesman, J. F.
gain on a slash through right tac- Fleugel.
kle. Hudson added two more
tihrougha the same hole. RYE-Mrs. S. S. Laird, Jr., of
Simrall punted. Cox downed the Rye, won the U. S. senior women's
ball in midfield, but the ball was golf ciampionship over the Wes-
called back. A penalty gave Mich- chester course with a score of 172.
igan a first down on the Michigan
25-yard line. Simral hit the line NEW YORK-John Vergez, third
for two yards. baseman of the Oakland club, and
A wide hole was opened for Hud- one of the leading home run hit-
son who made another first down ters of the Pacific Coast league, has
on the Wolverine 37-yard line just been purchased by the Giants.
Newman made two yards at right
tackle: Hudson was tackled for no M A. D E B Y T H E
gain, but Michigan was penalized
live yards for being offside. Butt- WORLD'S ORIGINAL
net tackled Newman after a two- O N E P R I C E H A T
Simrall punted and Daniels down- MANUFACTURERS
ed the ball on Purdue's 19-yard
line, as the period ended.
Score: Michigan 14; Purdue 13.
Kissel replaced Purvis in the
Purdue backfield. Kissel made two
yards and was tackled by Hudson.
Yunevitch found a stone wall at
Michigan's right tackle, but made
a yard. A forward pass from Pope
to Moss gave Purdue a first down
on Purdue's 38-yard line, a gain
of 14 yards.
Pope made two yards at center.
A wide forward pass from Pope to
Moss fell incomplete. Kissel made
eight yards between Daniels and
Samuels. He failed to make first
down by a matter of inches.h g
Yunevitch took the ball through
center and made it first down on
the Purdue 48-yard line. Kissel was
partially stopped by Daniels and
downed by Auer for no gain. Kissel
was tackled from behind by Sam-
uels after a two-yard gain.
Morrison intercepted a p a s s
thrown by Pope and it was Mich-
igan's ball on its own 40-yard line
LaJeunese replaced Hozer. YLEPARKP
There was no further scoring.
BROTHERS DIVIDE o H AT
POSI TION ON TEAM
(By Associated Press) You can make this an
LEXINGTON, Ky., Oct. 11.-Bro-e
ther acts aren't so uncommon, but
Kentucky has an unusual one- ting your full share o
two-timing the same job. true hat satisfaction
Tom and .Jack Phipps, a pair of
' veterans, are set to split the full- - s step up to our
-back job again this fall, after a hat counter and re-
successful season in 1929 that saw
the Wildcats defeated but once, by member Stylepark is
Jack, the . better ground gainer tho name.
of the two outshone the field when
the Big Blue upset the dope by FIN E 0, AR
holding Tennessee to a 6-6 tie last iEOA
Tom, not so hot as a runner or Sold exclusively nfnnfror
plunger, is a fine blocker and one
of the best defensive backs in at
Dixie. Coach Harry Gamage finds
that their styles dovetail admir-
Dick Richards, the leading full- Lindenschmidt-
back candidate outside the Phipps
brothers, provide Kaintuck a third #
capable man at this position. Apfel & Co-
Kelly, sophomore halfback sensa- 209 South Main Street
tion of 1929, "Skipper" Johnson, a
sophomore this year, and Carey
Spicer, gives the Wildcats one of ') 0
the best ball lugging outfits in the W
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