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SUNbAY, OCTOBER 5,1930

TI-I MI7CH IG A N

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Penalties Prove Costly in Two
Cases as Michigan Crosses
State Goa Lines.
HEWITT BREAKS ANKLE

his own 47-yard line and returned
the ball to the Spartan 38-yard
marker. Goldsmith hit right guard
for one yard.
Simrall took the ball on a double
pass back of the line of scrimmage
for an eight-yard gain. Morrison
was injured and Michigan took
time out Morgan substituted for
Morrison-, at center.
Goldsmith fumbled but recovered
for a ive-yard loss. Tessiner
d tii d hI- ,-i t ki k n u o bhunrd

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(Continued From Page 6) at the State 11-yard line. Eliowitz
at State's right tackle. Hudson standings on his goal line threw a
erashed through the left side of wide forward pass which Simrall
the State line for two yards. It was nearly intercepted. The pass was
fourth down and the ball was on grounded. Simrall tackled Breen
State's five-yard line. for a three-yard loss.
Score: Michigan 0; State 0. Eliowitz's pass to Breen was in-
FOURT PERIOD. complete. Standing back of his own
At the start of the fourth period, goal line Grove punted out to Tess-
Tessmer again dropped back in mer who caught the ball on the
placekick formation. DeBaker was State 45-yard line. Tessmer was
kneeling on the Spartan 14-yard forced out of bounds. Kipke sent
line. Tessmer's kick went wide at in a f1ock of substitutes includingf
the goal posts and State put the Oehlmann, Hezer, Heston, Purdum,
ball in play at its 20-yard marker. Newman, Eastman, and Cox.
Eliowitz made two yards through PLacekick Fails.
the line. Eliowitz made four yards .Weer replaced Eastman. New-
through Michigan's left tackle but an attempted a placekick from
was injured and took time out. t 38-ard line whc was sho
Eliowitz resumed play. Grove punt- State put the bail in play at its
ed to Tessmer who caught the ball 20-yard line. A pass from Grove
hedbaon 35-yard lie andstr g-dto Monnett netted 11 yards and a
back10 ads. Ben wast dirst down on the 31-yard marker.
byMnnettand Breen. toa Newman intercepted a p a s sj
Brunnette held DeBaker to a thrown by Grove and returned it
two-yard gain. Hudson, running 15 yards, being forced out of bounds
without.. interference, made two at the State 33--yard line. Newman
yards through the middle of the complited a pass to Wheeler which
State line, placing the ball in exact netted 20 yards, giving Michigan a
inidfield. Tessmer's punt rolled out first down on the State 13-yard
of bounds on State's 13-yard line.
Michigan took time out. Hudson line.
Vkas injured and Goldsmith warmed Newman s pass was knocked
up on the sidelines, but Hudson down ever the goal .line. Michigan
resumed play. kept possession of the ball. New-
Breen rounded Michigan's right man's pass to Heston failed, and
Michigan was penalized five yards
end for four yards. Grove carried for the second incompleted pass.
the ball out of bounds for no gain. frtescn nopee as
Grove punted to Tessmer who Pass Incomplete.
caught the ball on his own 45- Wheeler caught a pass from
yard line. He made a sensational Newman but stepped out of bounds
return of 17 yards, giving Michigan as he made the catch. It was ruled
the ball on State's 38-yard marker. an incompleted pass, and Michigan

bdi6y Official Bulletmn
(Continued from Page 8)
Seniors, Medical School. Election
of officers at 1:30 p.m., Monday,;
October 6, in the Hospital Amphi-
theater.
Alpha Nu will hold its first regu-
lar meeting of the year Tuesday,
Oct. 7 at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Forsyth
will speak on the Modern attitute
towards sex education.. All men on
the campus are welcome.
Graduate Chemical Engineers:
The first luncheon of graduate stu-
dents in Chemical Engineering will
be held in room 3201 East Engineer-
ing Building at noon on Tuesday,
October 7. Dean Huber of the Grad-
uate School will address the group.
Michigan Dames: The first meet-
ing of the Michigan Dames will be
held Tuesday night, Oct. 7, in the
Cave on the fourth floor of the
Michigan League Building, at 8
o'clock. All students' wives whose
husbands are enrolled in the Uni-
versity are cordially invited to at-
tend.
Sigma Delta Chi: An important
luncheon-meeting will be held Wed-
nesday at noon at the League cafe-
teria. All members are urgently re-
quested to be present.+
Guerney Williams.
drew another five-yard penalty.
Grove knocked down a fourth
pass thrown by Newman on his
three-yard line and State took pos-
session of the ball on its own 28-
yard line. Handy went in for
Streb on the State line. Eliowitz.
broke through the Michigan line
for a first down on the 38-yard line
as the game ended.
Scere: Michigan 0; State 0.

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Near M. S. C. Goal.
DeBaker faked a buck at State's
right side and then reversed his
field for a nine-yard gain through
the left, flank. Hudson shook off
several tacklers in a smash through
State's left tackle. He was forced
out of bounds after a 13-yard gain,
giving the Wolverine's a first down
on the Spartan's 17-yard marker.
Breen rounded Michigan's right
end for five yards. Monnett made
six more through the line but the
ball was called back and State was
penalized five yards for being off-
side. Standing on his goal line
Grove punted out of bounds at the
State 38-yard marker.
Double Pass Gains.
Simrall stopped Eliowitz after a
five-yard gain. Samuels held Breen
to a one-yard gain. Grove punted
to Tessmer who caught the ball on

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