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THE MICHIGAN. -DAILY

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY ~SiTNfl.47: OCT. 16, 1932

Play Account Of Wolverine

Triumph Over

The Buckeyes

SCORE

BY

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line. Regeczi made four yards around
left end before he was forced out of
bounds. Everhardus was stopped by
Monahan without g a i n. Regeczi
punted to Cramer, who stepped out
of bounds on Ohio's 21-yard line.
Ohio took time out. Cramer
quick-kicked to Newman, who re-
turned to Michigan's 44-yard line.
Everhardus slipped off left tackle for
two yards. A long
pass, Regeczi to
Petoskey, took the
ball to Ohio's 25-
y a r d line. Fay '
failed to gain off
left tackle. Regeczi
was stopped in a
plunge at center.
On an attempted
forward pass,
Everhardus w as
thrown for a 15-
yard loss by Gail- wiw - -~r
us. Regeczi punted out of bounds on
Ohio's eight-yard line.
Carroll gained two yards through
center. Vuhinich hit a stone wall
at center for no gain. Hinchman re-
placed Keefe and Wetzel took Kuchi-
nich's place at fullback for Ohio.
Hinchman punted to Newman, who
was downed on the 50-yard line.
Score: Michigan 7; Ohio.
SECOND QUARTER
Regeczi sent a long punt to Cram-
er, who was downed on Ohio's 25-
yard 1ine. Hinchman squirmed
through tackle for five yards. Wet-
zel failed to gain at center. Hinch-
man punted to Newman who was
downed by Gilman on Michigan's 34-
yard line.
Fay gained a yard off left tackle.
The same player was stopped by
Wetzel. Regeczi's pass to Newman
was incomplete. Regeczi attempted
to circle end on a fake punt forma-
tion and Ohio to6k the ball on Mich-
igan's 42-yard line.
Ohio took time out. Wtzel gained
a yard while carrying the ball out of
bounds. Carroll f a i e d to gain
through Michigan's right tackle. A
long pass, Cramer to Ferrall, was
incomplete. Cramer lacked a yard
of making first down off a fake punt
formation and Michigan took the
ball on the 30-yard line.
Newman skirtedaround end for 15
yards and Ohio was penalized 15
more. A pass, Newman to Petoskey
w a s incomplete. Savage replaced
Cantrill for Michigan.
Fay went off tackle for four
yards. A long pass, Newman to
Williamson, was good for anoth-
er touchdown. Newman's place
kick was good.
Score: Michigan 14; Ohio 0.
Austin replaced Wistert and Hilde-
brand went in for Damm. Carroll
took Petoskey's kickoff three yards
behind his goal line and returned to
the 24-yard line. Carroll failed to
gain at center. Cramer knifed his
way two yards through tackle. A pass
from Hinchman to Carroll was good
for 20 yards and the Ohio player
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traveled to Michigan's 24-yard line
before he was forced out of bounds.
Oliphant replaced Cramer at quar-
terback for Ohio. Hinchman slashed
his way through tackle for six yards.
Oliphant made three through center.
Oliphant made it first down on
Michigan's 11-yard line.
Wetzel hit center for a yard. Oli-
phant hit tackle and took the ball to
the three-yard line. On the next
play Oliphant was tossed for a yard
loss. Carroll failed to gain on a wide
end run as the half ended.
Score: Michigan 14; Ohio 0.
THIRD QUARTER
Yards went in at left tackle, Tan-
ski at right guard and Vuchinich at
fullback for Ohio State at the start
of the second half. Michigan started
the same as it started the game with
the following exceptions: Kowalik at
left guard and Austin at right tackle.
Regeczi returned Varner's kickoff
to his 40-yard line before he was
forced out of bounds by Carroll and
Michigan took time out. A lateral
pass, Newman to Everhardus,f ailed to
click and Gilman recovered for Ohio
on Michigan's 30-yard line. Hinch-
man knifed through tackle for three
yards. A pass, Oliphant to Ferrall,
was incomplete. Ohio took time out.
Oliphant advanced the ball six
yards around right end. Oliphant
made it first down on Michigan's 16-
yard line.
Carroll failed to gain at right
tackle. Oliphant t h e n slashed
through tackle for four yards. He
then added another through center.
Fay robbed State of a touchdown
when he knocked a pass out of
Hinchman's hands on the goal line.
Michigan took the ball on the 16-
yard line and Regeczi punted to Ol -
phant, who was forced out of bounds
on Michigan's 48-yard line. '
Carroll was stopped with but a
yard gain at right tackle. Vuchinich
knifed through center for five yards.
Oliphant added another at center,
and Ohio took time out. Ferrall was
hurt on the last play and was re-
placed by Padlow. Hinchman punted

out of bounds on Michigan's 10-yard
line.
Fay was thrown for a five-yard
loss by Padlow, but the play was
called back and Michigan penalized
to its one-yard line for holding.
Regeczi punted to Oliphant, who
returned to Michigan's 30-yard line.
Gaillus replaced Tanski at right
guard for Ohio, and Savage went in
for Cantrill of Michigan. Hinchman
went through tackle for five yards.
Hildebrand went in for Wistert.
Oliphant returned Regeczi's punt to
the Michigan 30-yard line and Ohio
took time out. Wilson and Lukz went
in for Gilman and Varner, respec-
tively. Wetzel was thrown for a two-
yard loss.
R e g e c z i intercepted Oliphant's
pass on the 35-yard line. Newman
carried the ball out of bounds for
no gain.
Singer replaced Kowalik. Fay fail-
ed to gain at tackle. Regeczi punted
over the goal line and Ohio took the
ball on its 20-yard line. Oliver went
in for Regeczi and Westover for New-
man. Hinchman went through tackle
for six yards. McAfee failed to gain
at the same spot. Westover returned
Hinchman's punt to Michigan's 42-
yard line.
Heston went around end for four
yards. Fay failed to gain as the per-
iod ended.
Score: Michigan 14, Ohio 0.
FOURTH QUARTER
Johnson went in for Conrad;
Cramer for Oliphant; Gilman for
Wilson; Varner for
Lukz; Tanski for
Gaillus and Salva-
-{.. terra for Padlow.
Oliver went three
yards off tackle.
Oliver punted out
of bounds on
Ohio's 26-yard
line.
Fay was tossed
for a yard'loss by
jIinchman. Mich-
igan was penalized
15 yards for holding. Everhardus
punted out of bounds on State's 43-

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Forestry Club: Meeting Tuesday,
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The Men's Physical Education Club
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A.S.C.E. Banquet in honor of Her-
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yard line. Hinchman cut through
tackle for a yard. Time out for
Michigan.
Newman replaced Fay and Vuchi-
nich and Keefe went in for Ohio.
Keefe gained three off right tackle.
Oliphant circled end for two more.
Oliphant punted to Newman, who
was downed on Michigan's 17-yard
line.
Everhardus picked up a yard
around end. Newman gained two
more off tackle.
Both coaches made several substi-
tutions.
Everhardus' punt went out of
bounds on Michigan's 36-yarduline.
Oliphant made four yards off tackle.
Keefe added three more at the same
place. Oliphant hit the same for a
yard. Oliphant made it first down on
Michigan's 25-yard line.
Keefe added four more. Oliphant
made it first down on Michigan's 15-
yard line. Carroll took the ball to the
12-yard line. Oliphant was stopped
at the line of scrimmage.
Oliphant picked up three through
center. Oliphant's pass over the goal
line was incomplete and State's fifth
big threat to score was ended.
Newman picked up four yards off
tackle.
Michigan was penalized 5 yards
for stalling. Newman failed to gain.
Newman failed to gain as the game
ended.
Score: Michigan 14, Ohio 0.

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Attwood will give a talk; new officers
will be elected; and a film, from the
Stone and Webster Eng. Corp. "Na-
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