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The scoreless deadlock played
in a sea of mud between Michi-
gan and Michigan State is de-
Ecribed raphically play by play
ior Daily readejs by Sheldon C.
Fullerton, sports editor.
First Quarter
Michigan won the toss and chose
to kick. Pctoskey kicked off to Elio-
witz who returned tle ball to
State's 25-yard line. Joncs reeled
off live yards at tackle, but the
ball was called back and State was
penalized 15 yards for holding.
monnett was stopped for two yards
Lt c nter. Jones made two at 0,ckle.
Jones :icked to hudson, who fum-1
bled .nd recovered for Michigan
on his cwn 35-yard line.
Fay fumb,ed and Buss recovered
for State on Michigan's 34-yard)
line. Petoskey tackled Monnett for
a one-yard loss. On an attempted
lateral pass, I ewitt recovered a
MVichi>an State funibe. ay went
around end fir a yard. Heston was
smothered at the line of scrim-
mage. Heston punted to Monnett.
who was tackled for, 1o retin on
State's 28-yard. Eliowitz lost one at
tackle. Morrison stopped Monnett
after a three-yard gain. Eliowitz
kicked to Fay, who made a 15-yard
runback to Michigan's 39-yard line.
gan's 39-yard line.-
Hewitt carried the ball outside
for no gain. Hew'tt was stopped
dead at the line of scrimmage, after
a gain of two yards. Heston kicked
to State's 21-yard line, Whlere tihe
ball was downed by amuels. MIon-
nett made yard at tac ke. d Son
stopped Jones after he had plough-
ed for a three-yard gain. Eliowitz
punted to Hudson, who raced 25
yards behind perfect interference
to Michigan's 49-yard line.
Heston gained fwur yards at a


Consistent Game1

harder. Hewitt lost two yards
at a -try at end. On an end
around play, Petoskey gained
eight yards. Fay carried the
ball around left end for two
yards. Hewitt hit tackle for
three yards and another first
down on State's 26-yard line.
Heston broke through tackle for
five yards, but the play was called
back and Michigan was penalized
five yards for offside. Heston fum-
bled and State recovered on Michi-
gan State's ~44-yard line. Eliowitz
lost one at center. Eliowitz kicked
out of bounds on Michigan's 12-
yard line.
Hudson made one at center. Both
teams were having trouble in
handling the ball because of the
rain. Heston, attempting to kick,
juggled the ball and was forced to
run, losing four yards at end. Hes-
ton booted to Monnett, who was
stopped after a short run on Mich-
igan's 40-yard line.
Monnett broke through center for
three yards. Morrison finally tackl-
ing him. Fay intercepted a State
pass, and ran 29 yards to State's
46-yard line before being tackled,
just as the quarter ended. I
Score: Michigan 0, Michigan State

Quarterback Captain and Veteran Linesman


gown. Eliowitz was stopped for
o gain at tackle. Monnett
made a yard at guard. Elio-
witz kicked to Fay, who drop-
ped the slippery ball, but re-
covered on Michigan's 38-yard
Hewitt crashed the line for seven
yards. Hudson's try at tackle netted
two yards. Hewitt was good for one
yard and a first down on Michi-
gan's 49-yard line. Heston gained
two yards at tackle. Hewitt was
stopped for no g in. Tesbon kicked
over the goal line and the ball was
brought out to the 20. Michigan
claimed to have touched the ball
before it went over the goal, but
the referee ruled against them. Ko-
walik went in for Hozer. It was the
first substitution of the game.
Monhett squirmed through center
for three. Monnett was stopped by
the whole center of the Michigan
line after a gain of one yard. Can-
trill went in for LaJeunesse. Elio-
witz kicked to Fay, who ran the
ball outside on Michigan's 44-yard
Hewitt was stopped for a gain of
a yard at center. Hudson was
stopped for no gain. Heston punted
to Monnett, who fumbled, but State
recovered on its own 21-yard line.
Wistert went in for Samuels. Mon-
nett lost four yards at a try at end.
Eliowitz went around left end
for 24 yards and a first down
on State's 43 yard line. State
called time out. Mionnett crash-
ed through center for 17 yards
and a first down, as the half
ended. Score-M i c h i g an 0,
Michigan State 0.


with no gain ondState'st 45
line. Hewitt made two at ce
Hewitt lost two at a try at
Heston booted the ball outsid
State's seven yard line.
Jones was stopped for no
Eliowitz, kick from behind the
line was rushed, and the ball
only to State's 20-yard line.
ton was stopped at guard fo
gain. Hudson ploughed thr.
center for three yards. Hewitt f
bled but recovered for a 13-
loss. Heston lost two at a tr
It was State's ball on their
32-yard line as the quarter er
Fourth Quarter

Although rain hampered the of-
fensive play, the Wolverine line, in
vlivh Howard Auer above played
xe-ft ta:kle, was up to standard and
romptly stopped Spartan drives.
try at cad. Hewitt ploughed
thriugi center for nine yawls
an a irst down. Michigan
State called time out.
The ball was on State's 37-
yaid line. Rain began to fall

Second Quarter
State's right side of the line broke
through to nail Heston for a two-
yard loss. Hewitt went straight
through center for 10 yards. Hewitt
made another yard at tackle. Hes-
ton kicked outside on State's five-
yard line. It was a beautiful kick.
Eliowitz kicked to Fay, who ran
the ball back to the 20-yard line
before being tackled. The play was
called back and Michigan was pen-
alized 15 yards for holding. The
ball was in play on Michigan's 48-
yard line. Fay made three yards
around left end. Heston lost a yard

Roy'Hudson (left), Michigan's versatile captain, played quarterback
yesterday after having served as fullback and halfback in previous
games this season. Samuels, at right tackle, helped hold State's offensive.

at center. Heston kicked over the
State goal line, and the ball was
put in play on the 20-yard line.
State called time out. The field
was rapidly becoming cut up from
the cleats of the players, as the
rain continued to fall. Monnett hit
center for a yard, but State was
penalized five yards for having its
backfield in motion. Monnett was
stopped for no gain on State's 15-
yard line. Eliowitz punted to Fay,_

I ho fumbled and recovered on
State's 45-yard line.
Hudson made one at tackle. Fay
was tripped and slipped on the wet
field for a loss of three yards
around end. Heston kicked over
State's goal, . and the ball was
brought out to the 20-yard line.
Monett slashed his way
t!reugh the Michigan line for
a 12-yard gain and a first


Daily OFicial ulletin

(Continued from Page 8)
Depression: Its Cause and Its
Cure.", .
Dr. Etienne Gilson, Professor of
Mediaeval Philosophy, University
of Paris, will give three lectures in
English on the general subject "The
Influence of Christianity on the
Philosophical Idea of God" as fol-
Wednesday, Nov. 18: The Chris-
tian God.
Thursday, Nov. 19: The Chris-,
tian World.:
Friday, Nov. 20: The Christian
Providence. These lectures are in
the Lydia ;Mende1ssohn Theatre at
4:15 p. m., on the dates mentioned..
Tuesday, Nov. 24, 4:15 p. in., int
Lydia Mendelssohn Theatre. Mr.
Lennox Robinson, Director of the
Abbey Theatre, Dublin, Ireland:
"The Abbey Players and Their
The public is cordially invited to
these lectures."
Business Administration Lecture:1
Mr. C. S. Ching, Director of Indus-
trial Relations for the United States
Rubber Company will speak on theI
subject, "A Sound Industrial and
Public Relations Policy," in Room.1
25, Angell hall, at 3 p. m., on Mon-.c
day, Nov. 16. This lecture is intend-"
ed primarily for Business Admin-
istration students but all others in-l
terested are invited to attend.
Political Science 1: The rid-{
semester examinationsin this course
will be given Nov. 17, at 4 p. m., in
the following rooms: Mr. Door's
sections in Room 25.
Mr. Cuncannon's sections, Room
Mr. Calderwdod's sections, Room
Mr. McCaffree's sections in Room1
Mr. Pollock's sections in Room
Political Science Review Lecture
will be given at 7:30 Monday night
at Lane hall by Mr. Door. All Fresh-
men welcome.
Students in Automotive Engi-
neering and any others interested:
There will be a public lecture and
demonstration with an operating
Telephone 7112

engine on the subject, "Fuels and
Detonation" by Mr. Franklin Fric-
ker of the Ethyl GasolineCorpora-
tion, at 7:30 p. in., Wednesday, Nov.
18, in Room 1042 East Engineering
Foresters: The second Assembly
of the academic year for students
in the School of Forestry and Con-
seirvation will be held Wednesday,
Nav. 18, at 9 o'clock, in Room 2054
Natural Science building. Professor
Allen will. discuss the extension ac-
tivities of the.School. All students
regularly enrolled in the School are
expected to be present, and all pry-
forestry students are urged to at-
tend if possible.
Graduate Club in Education will
meet Monday evening at 7:15 in
the University Elementary School
Library. Mr. A. M. Jarman will re-
port on his study of "Laboratory
Schools in State Universities." The
plans for future meetings will also
be discussed at this time.
Junior Mathematics Society will
meet Tuesday evening at 7:30, in
Room 3011 A. H. Edward C. Camp-
bell, '34, will speak on "Some Cur-
ious Properties of One-Sidefd Paper'
Strips." All interested are invited.
Physics Colloquium: Prof. E. F.
Barker will talk on "The Spectrum
of HCN and the Form of the Mole-
cule," at 4:15 p. m., Tuesday, Room
1041, East Physics' building. All in-
terested are cordially invited to.
Sigma Xi: Next meeting Monday,
Nov. 16, 7:30 p. m., in the Amphi-
theater of the University Hospital
-main floor. Dr. Harley A. Haynes,
the Director of the Hospital, will
describe the work of several depart-
ments and laboratories which will
afterwards be visited. A number of
demonstrations will be made. After
the inspection, refreshments will
be served. All members are urged
to attend.
Research Club will meet Wednes-

day, Nov. 18, in Room 2528 East
Medical at 8 p. m. Professor H. A.
Sanders will present a paper on
"Some Recently Discovered Inscrip-
tions in Rome." and Professor H. H.'
Bartlett one on "Plant Geography
of Northeastern Mexico." These
papers will be illustrated. Members
are urged to bring their reprints or
to send them to the Secretary, 201
Pharmacology, before the meeting.
There will be an important meeting
of the Council Wednesday after-
noon at 4 p. m., in Room 2083 Na-
tural Science.
Erwin E. Nelson, Secretary.
Botanical Seminar meets Wed-
nesday, Nov. 18, at 4:30, Room 1139
.N. S. bldg. Paper by William C.
Steere, "The Cytology of Petunia
Freshman Girls' Glee Club will
meet Tuesday at 7 p. m., at the
League. The room will be announced
on the Leagu ebulletin board.
French Plays: Students interest-
ed in trying out for French Plays,
please see Mr. Koella, Monday, Nov.
16, from 2 to 5,30 and 7 to 8:30, in
Room 408 Romance Language bldg.
Theta Sigma Phi: Meeting Tues-
day evening, at 7:15 sharp. Impor-
tant that all members be present
for the discussion of plans for Press
Club convention tea.
Alpha Nu of Kappa Phi Sigma:
Meeting Tuesday night at 7:30, in
the Alpha Nu Room in Angell hall.
The program will be an open forum
discussion on a subject to be an-
nounced at that time. All pledges
are required to be present and par-

Students Interested in Theoso-
phy: A meeting of all students in-
terested in theosophy will be held
in Room 304, of the Michigan Union
at 8 p. m., Wednesday, Nov. 18, for
the purpose of organizing a Stu-
dent's Theosophical Club. The club
will be organized for the purpose of
bringing good theosophical lectur-
ers to the University.
Sophomore Cabaret: The follow-
ing groups will meet tomorrow in
Barbour Gymnasium: Tango GroupI
at 3 p. m., Empress Eugenie Group
at 4 p. m., the Chess Group I at
4:30 p. m., the Moderns and the
Michigan Band Groups at 5 p. m.
The Uke Chorus meets at 4 p. m.,
in the League.
Michigan Chapter of University
Dames will meet at 8 p. m., Tues-
day, Nov. 17, in the Grand Rapids
Room of the Michigan League. Mrs.
Frederick Bohn Fisher will talk on
"Ancient and Modern Dames of the
Social Dancing Classes: The in-
termediate class in social dancing
will meet on Monday evening, at

7:15 o'clock, in the Women's
letic building. The advanced
will meet at 8:15 o'clock.


Faculty Women's Club: Monday
Evening Drama Section members
will be the guests of Mrs. H. H.
Willard, 1841 Cambridge Road, at
7:45 Monday evening, Nov. 16.

Bookshelf and StageF
the Women's Faculty
meet Tuesday, Nov. 17, at
with Mrs. G. R. Moore,
rose. Mrs. Bouchard will
ing hostess.

Section of
Club will
2:45 p. in.,
2105 Mel-
be assist-

Third Quarter
Petoskey kicked off to Eliowitz,
who returned it straight through
the Michigan team to State's 42-
yard line. Monnett took the ball
through center fortfourhyards.
Monnett was stopped after a two
yard gain. Eliowitz punted to Mich-
igan's 16 yard line, where it was
downed by a State player.
Fay was stopped for a five yard
loss on a try at left end. Heston
made five through right tackle.
The rain was coming down in tor-
rents. Heston kicked to State's 43-
yard line, where the ball was down-
ed by Petoskey. Jones made a yard
at center, Morrison and Hozer mak-
ing the tackle. Monnett was stop-
ped for a one yard gain at the same
spot. Eliowitz punted to Michi-
gan's 17 yard line, where Vander-
meer downed the ball. -
Hudson circled end for five
yards. Hewitt broke through
the 1Michigan State line for 44
yards 'rnd a first down on
State's 34 yard line. Hewitt was
stopped for no gain. Fay was
run outside on an end run af-
ter losing a yard. A short pass,
Hewitt to Fay, was good for
l eight yards. Hewitt's long pass
was intercepted by Monnett on
State's 18-yard line.
Jones fumbled but recovered for
a loss of five yards. The ball was
on State's 13-yard line. Eliowitz
punted to Fay, who was tackled

State was penalized five y
for stalling. Eliowitz broke thro
the line for 14 yards to Michig
49-yard line. Vandermeer was
jured on the play and time
called. Monnett fumbled and
toskey recovered for Michigar
State's 48-yard line. Hewitt
it through center for two. Fay
the line for two yards. He
kicked outside on State's 17-
Monnett slipped through the'
for five yards. Monnett gained
more at right end. Eliowitz p
ed to Fay, wvyho was run back
the 22-yard line before b
downed. Hudson cut through ta
for three yards. Hudson a
crashed the State line, this
for five yards. Heston kicked
State's 36-yard line, where the
was downed by Auer.
Monnett was. stopped dead
guard. Eliowitz punted 65 y
over the Michigan goal lineX
being started again on the
Hewitt made one at center. He
again hit the line, this time
three yards. Heston punted
Monnett, who was downed in
tracks by Petoskey on State's
.yard line.
Eliowitz made one at ta
Eliowitz punted to Fay, who
run outside on Michigan's36-y
line. Heston gained two ya
around left end. Hudson
through tackle for four yards. I
ton kicked to Monnett who
downed on State's 32-yard lin
Eliowitz kicked to Fay, wl
was run outside on his own 19
yard line. Hudson went throug
tackle for nine yards. Michiga
fumbled on the next play, b
the play was called back ar
State was penalized five yard
for being offside, giving Mich
gan a first down.
Hewitt was stopped after a g
of two yards. Hudson gained
at tackle. Heston kicked to Sts
15-yard line where the ball
downed by Michigan. Michi
State called time out.
Eliowitz punted to Michigan's
yard line, where the ball was do
ed. Hewitt was stopped dead at
line of scrimmage by Buss. Hev
made two yards as the game end
Final score-Michigan 0, Michi
State 0.

Kappa Tau Alpha meeting Mon-
day evening, at 8 o'clock, at the
home of Prof. J. L. Brumm.
Chicago Alumni Plan
for Post-Season Game
In view of the possibility of a
Northwestern-Michigan game after
the regular season, the University'
of Michigan club of Chicago is al-
ready making extensive plans fore
an alumni headquarters and home-
coming in Chicago the weekend of
the game.

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