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Following is a play by play ac-
count of Michigan's 22-to-O vic-
tory over the Hoosiers, as report-
ed by Sheldon C. Fullerton, Daily
Michigan won the toss and chose
to receive. Dickey kicked off to
Hewitt on the 20-yard line, the
Michigan fullback returning the
kick to the 50-yard line. Hudson
gained one yard through the line.
Fay was stopped for a one yard loss
on an end run. Hudson got two
Tessmer kicked to Saluski on the
Indiana 15-yard line and the Crim-
son safety man was downed in his
tracks. Jones took the ball outside
for no gain. Saluski was stopped
with a loss of one yard, Morrison
making the tackle. Jones kicked
to Fay, who was tackled by Dauer
on the Indiana 45-yard line.
Hewitt lost a yard at center. Zel-
ler stopped Hudson after a gain of
one yard. Hewitt's long pass. to
Williamson was incomplete. Tess-1
mer kickedto Saluski on the 10-
yard line, Auer tackling him for no
return. Dauer made seven yards
around end. Jones dove over guard
for a yard. On a' fake kick play
Dauer was stopped for no gain at
center. Jones booted the ball to
Michigan's 48-yard line, Fay being
stopped after a gain of one yard.
Michigan called time out.
Hewitt ploughed through tackle
for seven yards, Opasik stopping
him on the Indiana 45-yard line.
Hudson made one
made it a first
down when he hit
center for four
y a r d s. Hewitt's
long pass was in-
co mplete, and
x ..... M i ch ig an was
pena1 i z e d five
yards for being
.h side. Hewitt's
pass to Hudson
The Score by Quarters
Kuckins rep:aced hansen at right
end for Indiana. Hozer returned
Kuckins' kickoff 10 yards to Michi-
gan's 40-yard line. Hewitt hit cen-
ter for three yards. Anglemeyer re-°
placed Rascher at left tackle for
Indiana. Hewitt was stopped by
Rehm for no gain. Anglemeyer
broke through to spill Fay for a
five yard loss. The play was call-'
ed back and Michigan was penal-
ized 15 yards for holding. The ball
was on Michigan's 30-yard line.
Tessmer punted to Saluski, whol
was stopped on Indiana's 31-yard'
Saluski was stopped by Morri-
son and Hewitt for a gain of two]
yards. Saluski lost two yards on a
try at right end, Tessmer making
the tackle. Jones kicked outside
on Indiana's 46-yard line. Fay 1
made one at left tackle. Hudson'
ploughed through center for four
yards. Hudson was stopped for no
gain by Opasik. Tessmer kicked to
Dauer, who was run outside on In-
diana's 10-yard line by Hudson.
Jones was good for one yard at
center. The ball was snapped to
Jones on the next play, but Indi-
ana was offside and was penalized
five yards to its own six yard line.
Morrison dropped Saluski for no
gain at left end, as the quarter
Score at end of first quarter:
Michigan 9, Indiana 0.
Fay w a s srin Jones tried to kick, but ran the
outside a f t e r a ball out to the 11-yard lihe when
Hudson loss of one yard. he was rushed by Michigan tack-
Indiana's forward line was stop- lers. eokyblce oe' pn
ping every Michigan thrust. A pass~ s. Petoskey blockedJones'
Hewitt to Hudson, was knocked and Hewitt recovered for Michigan
down by Saluski. Michigan was on Indiana's 25-yard line. Fay was
penalized five yards for two incom- stopped for no gain at end. Fay
plete passes. Tessmer punted over fumbled and Opasik recovered for
the goal line and the ball was Indiana on its own 25-yard line.
brought out to Indiana's 20-yard Jones kicked to Fay,. who was
downed after a. short return on
Saluski was tackled by Morrison Michigan's 38-yard line. Hewitt
and Petoskey for a one-yard loss. was stopped for no gain, Rehm
Dauer was, stopped for another king the tackle. Petoskey took
yard loss on a try at left end. Wil- the ball on a trick play and went
liamson blocked Jones' punt and all na tr payad wnt
the ball rolled back of the goal- around end for 2 yards, losing a
posts for a safety for Michigan. sure touchdown when he tripped
Score: Michigan 2, Indiana 0. over a would-be Michigan blocker.
Indiana kicked off from its 20- Fay was-stopped for no gain. Petos-
yard line to Hudson, who' return- key again took the ball on an end
ed it 45 yards to Indiana's 20- around play for seven yards, carry-
yard line. Indiana called time ing the ball to Indiana's 27-yard
out. Fay circled Indiana's left line. Oren replaced Opasik at
end for 20 yards andia touch- quarterback for the Hoosiers. Mich-
down on a brilliant run. Michi- igan took time out.
an's blocking on the play was Hewitt carried the ball outside,
perfect. Petoskey booted the ex- making three yards on the play.
tra point. s- Hewitt hit center for five yards and
a first down on Indiana's 19-yard
Score: Michigan 9, Indiana 0. line. Fay circled right end on a
brilliant run to Indiana's 9-yard
a " C L ITIN Tline, but the ball was called back
and Michigan was penalized 15
yards for holding. Hewitt's pass
1Ito Fay was incomplete, Oren almost
intercepting the ball. Petoskey, on
an end-around play; was dragged
down from behind for a two yard
Sabatini Will Open Oratorical Hewitt made three yards on a
Lecture Series on trick play around end. Tessmer
Nov. 23. punted over the Indiana goal line,
Nv. 23the ball being brought out to the
Success in short story writing 20. Beeson replaced Spannuth at
andceessually in os}yurngdcenter for Indiana. On a fake kick,
and eventually in novels turned Jones carried the ball two yards.
Michigan called time out.
Jones kicked to Fay, who return-
ed the ball 22 yards to Michigan's
46-yard line. Michigan called time
out. Newman replaced Tessmer for
Michigan at quarterback. Hudson
hit guard for two yards. On an at-
tempted lateral pass Hewitt was
nailed for a six-yard loss. The play
was called back and Michigan was
penalized 15 yards for holding. Fay
was spilled by Anglemeyer for no
gain. Hudson made one at tackle.
Heston went in for Fay at halfback
Heston kicked to Saluski, who
fumbld and recovered on his own
33-yard line. A long pass, }Dauer to
Dickey, was incomplete. Edmonds
replaced Jones for the Hoosiers.
Auer stopped Edmonds on a try at
guard. Samuels tackled Saluski be-
hind the line for
.an y8-ard loss on
..an at t em pt ed
f lateral pass play.
outside on the
' d Dickey at end
for Indiana. On
a delayed b u c k
Hewitt was stop-
ped for no gain.
Samuels A pass, under-
hand, Newman to Heston, gained
four yards. Heston booted to Dauer,
who was downed on Indiana's 42-
yard line. Cantrill replaced Kow-
alik for Michigan. Bernard went in
for Morrison at center and Mar-
covsky replaced Hozer at guard.
Sawicki went in for Oren for
Indiana. Michigan was penalized
15 yards for a substitute talking
before the first play was over. Sa-
wicki lost one yard at tackle. Ed-
ikonds' long pass was incomplete.
Daniels went in for Petoskey at end
for Michigan. Again one of Ed-
monds' passes was inc mplete. In-
diana was penalized ve yards for
two incomplete passes. Edmonds
kicked over the Michigan goal line
and the ball was brought out to
the 20-yard line.
Hewitt was tackled for a yard
gain at guard, Anglemeyer making
the tackle. Hudson ran into a stone
wall and lost a yard at left tackle.
Heston punted low to Dauer, who
returned the ball to Michigan's 39-
yard line. Dauer's pass was inter-
cepted by Hewitt on Michigan's 49-
yard line. Heston went around In-
dian's left end for 21 yards before
he was forced outside by Dauer on
Indana's 39-yard line. Newman's
pass to Heston was incomplete as
the half ended. Score: Michigan-9
Petoskey kicked off to Saluski,
who returned to Indiana's 40-yard
line before being downed. Saluski
was stopped by Morrison, Hozer,
and Williamson for a yard loss.
Saluski was stopped after a one-
yard gain around end. Saluski car-
xied the ball 65 yards to Indiana's
24-yard line, but the play was call-
ed back and Michigan was penal-
ized 15 yards for clipping. The ball
was on Michigan's 17-yard line.
Dickey replaced Kuckins for Indi-
ana. Heston was stopped for no
Heston went through guard for
Rafael Sabatini from a mercantile -
career to the writing of historic
Years of hard work, c however,
were required to win recognition,
for this writer who will open the
lecture series Nov. 23 in Hill audi-
Partly because of his mixed Eng-
lish and Italian descent, Sabatini
showed evidences of genius even
in his youth. At 18 he could speak
and write five languages.
In his lecture here, Sabatini will
discuss "Fiction in History and His-
tory in Fiction." He has been writ-
ing historic novels for the last 25
yearsh and is .a recognized author-
In recent years, he has been turn-
ing out novel after novel. One ex-
planation is that he is a deep stu-
dent, his research is thorough and
he pays attention to even the
smallest details. Because of his
creative imagination, he has been
termed the modern Dumas.
Among his more famous works
are "Scaraniouche the King Mak-
er," his latest book, "Sea Hawk,"
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