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November 01, 1931 - Image 3

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Drive Nets


. 1

Touchdowns; Iudson, Fay


PRINCETON, N. A., Oct. 31--
(A'- Following is a play-by-
play account of Michigan's 21
to () victory over the Princetonl
Tigers here this afternoon, as,
reported by Edward J. Neil,
Associated Press staff sports#
First Quarter Prin
Petoskey kicked off to Princeton.
Samuels of Michigan was hurt on
the play but was able to continue. Princeton 16-yard line. The period line. H e w i t t
Craig was smothered for a loss on
Princeton's first running play. Craig ended here, through center
kicked to Tessmer on his own 47- Score: Michigan 0. Princeton 0. yard line. Hiew
yard line after the Michigan ends key, who was r
blocked one attempt to, punt but Second Quarter gain on Prince
the play was called dead when both Wistert repla
were off side. Petoskey droppedback to the 28- tackle and Kow
Hudson and Hewitt plunged to yard line to attempt a placement zer at left gu
Princeton's 41-yard line, but Fay with Tessmer holding the ball, but Hewitt picked
was thrown for no gain at right the kick was low and wide. Prince- guard and New
end and Tessmer kicked over the ton lut the ball in play on its own plete a pass to
Tiger goal. 20-yard line and Petoskey promptly Newman fa
Craig promptly punted to Tess- spilled Draudt for a five-yard loss.fNe 40-y
mer on his own 45-yard line. In Hozer dropped McPartland on the from the 40-
two plunges Hudson and Fay pick- 17-yard line. Craig kicked to Tess- back to the
ed up but two yards. Hudson's mer at midfield and the Wolverine crossed the P
plunge was stopped on the 41-yard bak came back nine yards to the cssd up P
line and Tessmer was forced to Princeton 41-yard line. stdi f
punt over the Princeton goal line. Fay raced all the way across the There was
Draudt tried Michigan's left end field attempting to turn Princeton's as to wheth
and was stopped by Samuels on left end but was run outside with- outside on th
the line of scrimmage, after the out a gain. Hewitt fumbled as he the officials
ball had been put in play on Prince- plunged into Princeton's line and not. Newman
ton's 20-yard line. Draudt picked the Tigers smothered the ball on Score: Mich
up two at left tackle but Craig was their own 41-yard line. Daniels
held. He kicked to Tessmer who Draudt picked up a yard at cen- repl
picked up the ball on his own 40- ter, Draudt cut inside the Michigan right end for M
yard line but could not advance it. left tackle for two yards. Craig fell placed Auer at
Hewitt turned Princeton's right back and tossed a long pass that went in for La
end for 15 yards to Tiger 45-yard Wister missed when he was clear nard replaced
line. Fay picked up a yard. On an of the Michigan defense almost onMca elne
end around play, Petoskey broke the Wolverine 20-yard line. Michigan line.
through Princeton's left side to the Craig kicked outside on 'Michi- overmth I
38-yard line. Tessmer punted out- gan's 36-yard line. Hudson strug- an over the t
side on Princeton's 24-yard line gled through the Tiger left tackle its 20-yard lint
oi third down, taking no chances. for four yards. Hewittcompleted pass went wild.
It was a poor punt, glancing off the first successful forward pass of both lines wered
the side of his foot. Draudt hit the the game to Petoskey on Prince- naile b ere
center of the Michigan line for a ton's 48-yard line. aled byn Princet
yard gain. Draudt tried again at Fay picked up two yards at left Craig's kick w
the middle and was tossed back tackle. Hewitt's pass was knocked ait stopped
two yards when LaJeunesse hit him down by. Wister. Tessmer tossed a and itline.
head on. r forward wildly at Hudson andy Heston raced
Craig barely got off a boot to Fay Michigan was penalized five yards 47-ad line. N
on the Michigan/43-yard line and to its own 48-yard line for failure syhr pass
the Michigan left halfback stepped to complete two passes in succes-slaythpas to H
ahead to Princeton's 49-yard line. sion. Tessmer kicked and Draudt to Petoskey wh
Princeton took time out. let the ball roll dead on his own on Prineton's
Ryckman replaced Ceppi at full- four-yard line. itt's long pas
back for Princeton. It was first, Craig barely got off a kick to roundedg New
down for Princeton on their own Tessmer on his own 40-yard line Heston was :
49-yard line. Princeton took the and the Michigan quarter ran 15 Draudt and M
ball outside from a position a yard yards before he was forced outside ized five yards.
fron the side line for no gain, on the Tiger 25-yard line. Harry Heston kicke
The Michigan line smothered Newman went in for Tessmer and Princeton's 10-y
Draudt's fumble and it was first Heston replaced Hudson in the Tiger bc ca,
down for Michigan on the 44-yard Michigan backfield. Michigan took dsMc k rcar
line. Tessmer,tossed a long forward time out. Hewitt plunged three wart a
pass but missed his receivers by 10 yards to Princeton's 22-yard line pae bur on th
yards. He dropped backand punted over his right guard. HIewitt broke Crai threw
to Draudt who slipped and was off right tackle to the 15-yard line. went out of be
downed on his own 10-yard line. Heston hit the line for first down was brought
Draudt failed to gain as Morri- on Princeton's 12-yard line. intercepted byac
son stopped him on the line of Hewitt struggled over left guard lineand he das
scrimmage. Again Morrison broke to the 10-yard line. Hewitt again yardline, befash
through and smashed down Ryck- broke off his own right tackle to down DeBaker
man, Tiger fullback, for a .four-the Princeton four-yard line. Lea half for Michg
yard loss on Princeton's six-yard stopped Heston for ayadlsoi etnrcd
lineGi pu e el 11hi onseson o ayard loss on Heston race$
line Craig, punted from behind ds princetoh's fie-yard line, own end for sev
own goal and the ball rolled dead Michigan shifted to the left and ton's 18-yard li
in Michigan's possession on Prince- on the old Statue of Liberty play the Princeton ba
ton's 23-yard linre, around right end Petoskey ran ing Heston. Mic
Tessmer just missed a long for- outside on Princeton's one-yard 15 yards to the
ward pass to Hudson with the fne. It was inches short of a first line for holding
Michigan captain clear of Prince- wn and Prnceton took the ball. Lee broke thr
tands over the Princeton center Craig punted from behind his ton's right end
yars oer he rineto ceterown goal to Newman, who fumbled man fo a 10-y:
Hewitt smashed center to the on Princeton's 40-ard line and as the half ende
barely recovered from a mass of
Princeton arms on the Tiger 47- I Third
clyard line. Tid
Fay smashed nine yards through The teams wei
H 0 HE Kright guard to Princeton's 44-yard the beginning o







0 14


gan's left end and was tossed for a
5-yard loss by Hudson.
Draudt picked up a yard at
tackle to his own 10-yeard line.
Craig dropped back to kick and
booted to Tessmer on his own 44-
yard line. Wistert down the Michi-
gan back on the 42-yard mark.
Hewitt picked up three yards over
gmard to Princeton's 39-yvard line.

made first down
on Princeton's 35-
itt passed to Petos-
un outside for little
ton's 32-yard line.
ced Samuels at right
alik went in for Ho-
ard, for Michigan.
up a yard at right
man failed to com-
ked a placement
yard line and Fay
he sidelines, cut
secondary and
rincetn goal line
or a touchdown.
a short argument
er Fay had gone
e 10-yard line but
decided he had
kicked goal.
igan 7, Princeton 0
ced Williamson at
Michigan. Smith re-
left tackle. Cantrill
Jeunesse and Ber-
Morrison in the
eked off for Michi-
Princeton goal line.
he ball in play on
e and Craig's long
On the next play
offside. Draudt was
ard for a four-yard
in's 16-yard line.
as partially blocked
on Michigan's 43-
outside on his own
Newman missed a
eston. On the next
short forward pass
o made first down
43-yard line. Hew-
s to Daniels was,
can's pass aimed at
mocked down by
chigan was penal-
d to Draudt on
yard line and the
me forward eight
nd Princeton back,
e play and was re-
a ong pass that
unds and the ball,
k. Craig's pass was
FEay on the 35-yard
hed to the Tiger 25-
r'e he was brought
replaced Fay at left
Iwide around his
en yards to Prince-
ne. Draudt, best ofj
cks was hurt tackl-
higan was penalized
Princeton 40-yard
ough from Prince-
and dropped New-_
rd loss at midfield,
re the same as for
f the game. Petos-

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Hudson gained a yard at center.
Hudson's pass to Tessmer was
grounded, as the quarter ended.
Score: Michigan 7, Princeton 0.
key kicked for Michigan to Craig, Fourth Quarter
who brought the ball back to his Tessmer kicked to Princeton's
own 27-yard line. Craig failed to 5-yard line where Draudt picked up
gain at left guard. LaJeunesse, the ball and gained four yards.
Michigan right guard, was hurt on Draudt dove outside in order to
the play and time out was called. get the back in playing position,
He limped off the field and Can- then lost a yard at Michigan's right
trill replaced him. LaJeunesse col- end as Morrison came up to nail
lapsed as he reached the side line him. Craig kicked from .behind
and had to be carried from the his own goal line and the ball
field. He appeared to have suffer- rolled dead in Michigan's posses-
ed a leg injury. sion on Princeton's 45-yard.
Craig kicked to Michigan's 37- Hudson plunged through center
yard line, where the ball rolled for three yards. Hudson picked
dead. Fay, on the first play, made up four more inside Princeton's
it first down for Michigan, racing right tackle. Fay was run outside
around right end to Princeton's for a loss on Princeton's 41-yard
47-yard line. Draudt, Princeton line.
back, was knocked out on the play. Tessmer fell back to kick and
Hewitt failed to gain at left lifted a long boot that Draudt pick-
tackle. Craig came up and dropped ed up his own goal line and
Hudson for a loss at midfield. Fay tried to carry forward. The Prince-
failed to gain at right tackle as ton back's injured leg crumpled
the Princeton line put up a terrific under him and he fell on his own
defense. three yard line. Draudt was re-
Lane replaced Gahagan. Tess- placed by Bales.
mer kicked to Draudt who ran Craig kicked from behind his
back 10 yards to his own 25-yard own goal line and the boot went
line. Petoskey threw Craig for a outside on Princeton's 24-yard line,
yard loss. Armour, who replaced
McPartland in the Princeton back- Hudson failed to gain at cen-
field, was stopped for no gain. ter. A lateral pass Tessmer to
Craig kicked to Tessmer, who Fay, shook the Wolverine back
made four yards to his own 44- lose around Princeton's right
yard line. Hewitt plunged through end and he made a first down
the Princeton line to the 48-yard on the Tiger 8-yard line.
make. Fay failed to gain at Prince- Princeton took time out. On
ton's left tackle. the next play Fay ran around
Hewitt plunged through center right end for Michigan's sec-
on Princeton's 49-yard line. Tess- ond touchdown. Petoskey place
mer kicked to Draudt, who got kicked the extra point.
back five yards to his own 17-yard Score-Michigan 14; Prince-
line before being downed in a ton 0.
smother of M i c h i g a n jerseys.
Draudt plunged to his 19-yard Purnell replaced C r a i g for
line. Princeton at quarterback. Bernard
Armour hit a stone wall and was replaced Morrison at center and
stopped for no gain. Craig dropped Goldsmith went in for Auer in the
back and kicked to Tesser, who Michigan line. Kowalik also went
was downed in his tracks by Biffy in for Hozer.
Lee on the Michigan 48-yard line. Goldsmith then kicked off to
Fay raced around right end and Bales who took the ball on Prince-
gained seven yards before stepping ton's 5-yard line and raced through
outside on Princeton's 45-.yard line. q, hole in the Michigan defense to
Hudson plunged three y a r d s his own 41-yard line.
through center. Purnell tried to pass to Lee but
Hewitt made it first down over the Princeton end dropped the ball
center on Princeton's 41-yard line. and it rolled outside as he was hit
Craig came up fast to dump Hud- by a Michigan onslaught. Lee was
son for a yard loss on a Michigan hurt on the play.
end sweep. Hewitt tossed a short He stayed in the game. Pur-
pass to Hudson who ran 10 yards nell's forward pass was intercepted
to Princeton's 24-yard line. by Tessmer on Michigan's 40-yard
Hewitt ripped into the Princeton line where he was downed by the
center for three yards. Fay dove Princeton ends.
over left guard to Princeton's 18- Tessmer was replaced by New-
yard line. Hewitt leaped over cen- man and Heston went in for Hewitt
ter to the 16-yard line. Michigan in the Michigan backfield. Heston
took time out. , Hewitt, struggling plunged to his own 45-yard line.
through the Princeton line, failed Heston's punt was blocked by
to make a first down by inches on Wister, Princeton end, and the Tig-
about the Princeton 14-yard line, ers smothered the ball, on the
and the Tiger took the ball. Michigan 31-yard line. Purnell
Draudt tried to tear into Michi- tossed a short pass to Armour, who
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