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GE sx THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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Play By Play Account Of Michigan's Unexpected Victory Ov

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SCORE BY

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line. Newman made nine yards, and
Regeczi added a first down. Two
plays netted two yards, and Newman
passed, Lay intercepting for State on
his 15-yard line. State took time out,
after Regeczi had tackled Monnett
behind the line, and was penalized
five yards. Monnett lost two on a
fake kick, and Eliowitz punted.
Newman took the ball on his 40-
yard line and returned it to State's
35. Two plays lost a yard, and Mich-
igan was penalizea li yards for hold-
ing. Newman's pass to Everhardus
was incomplete, but both teams were
offside on the play. Petoskey took
a pass from Newman for 23 yards.
Newman ran the ball out of bounds
and then passed to Fay for 22 yards
on the fourth down. Everhardus went
four yards from the 9-yard line, but
Fay was stopped dead. Regeczi took
the ball to the 1-yard line. Both
teams were offside on a quarterback
sneak, and on the next play Newman
juggled the pass from Bernard for no
gain.
The ball went to State on downs,
and Eliowitz kicked to the 35-yard
line. Petoskey was unable to reach
Newman's bad pass. Michigan took
time out. On the next play, New-
man cut through the field for a
first down on the 20-yard line.
Regeczi made three, but Petoskey
failed to gain on an end-around
play, and Fay lost two on a triple
pass. Then Williamson took a pass
from Newman and reached the 1-
yard line. Fay scored on the next
play and Newman kicked the point.
Michigan 14, State 0.
Kowalik, Oliver, Ward, and Aus-
tin went in for Marcovsky, Regeczi,
Williamson, and Damm. Reynolds
replaced Kowatch. Everhardus' kick
was over the goal, and State took the
ball on the 20-yard line. Monnett
made one. Jones' pass was inter-
cepted by Bernard on the 25-yard
line. Everhardus was stopped by
Brunette; Newman made one; and
Fay added four on a sneak. New-
man's pass just grazed Petoskey',,
fingers on the 1-yard line, and State
got the ball on downs.
Monnett made three yards through
the line, but his two incomplete pass-
es got a five-yard penalty. Eliowitz
kicked out of bounds on Michigan's
42. Armstrong replaced Reynolds.
Westover replaced Newman, as State
took time out. Demarest replaced

Terlaak. Fay got a yard on a spin-
ner. Everhardus got four at right
tackle. Fay hit the same spot for
four more, but Michigan was penal-
ized 15 for holding. Everhardus
kicked, and Monnett was knocked out
of bounds on the 35-yard line. The
half ended Michigan 14, State 0.
THIRD QUARTER
Petoskey's first kickoff was called
back as State was not ready. Van-
dermeer brought the second to his
26-yard line. Monnett gained a yard.
A pass, Monnett
to V a n d e rmeer,
w a s incomplete,
but both teams
:c....:..: were offside. Mon-
nett gained four at
Petoskey's end on
a double spinner.
Eliowitz' pass, on
a fake kick, was
incomplete. Elio-
witz' kick rolled to
- FAy' Michigan's 19-
yard line when Fay and Newman let
it fall between them.I
Fay hit right tackle for two yards.
Regeczi made two on a double pass.
Regeczi then kicked to State's 30-
yard line.
Kowatch was smothered at the
line by Kowalik; but he sliced past
Williamson for five yards on the next
play. Williamson intercepted Jones'
pass on State's 45-yard line. Heston
ran across the field for two yards.
Michigan was penalized five yards
when two passes were incomplete.
Regeczi kicked short, out of bounds
on State's 22-yard line.
Damm smothered Eliowitz for a
two-yard loss. A lateral, Jones to
Kowatch, netted seven. Eliowitz
kicked to Michigan's 34-yard line,
Newman advancing the ball to the
44. Michigan took time out.
Regeczi ran out of bounds for nine
yards and then made it first down
through the line. A pass, Newman to
Petoskey, was good for 12 yards and
another first down. Newman was
stopped at right tackle. He passed
20 yards to Williamson on the next
play and Williamson ran 12 yards
to the 5-yard line. Armstrong sub-
stituted for Kowatch. Fay slid off
left guard for two yards but Re-
geczi was stopped at the line. Re-
geczi hit the line again but was six
inches short. Fay failed to score

through left tackle, and the ball wentI
to State on downs.
Newman made a beautiful catch of
Eliowitz' kick on
the 50-yard line
and returned the
ball to the 15-yard
line. Regeczi went
off right tackle for
nine yards on a
double pass. He
added three more
to make it first
down on the 3-
yard line. State
took time out. ecGEC z t
Klewicki went in for Meiers.
Heston swept around right end
for the touchdown. The entire
Michigan line was holding on the
try for point and a second at-
tempt from the 25-yard line
failed. Michigan 20, State 0.
Ward, Everhardus, Cantrill, Aus-
tin, Westover, Savage, Ford and Oli-
ver were substituted in the lineup for
Williamson, Heston, M a r c o v s k y,
Damm, Newman, Kowalik, Bernard,
and Regeczi.
Everhardus kicked off to the 5-
yard line, Monnett returning the
ball to the 19-yard line. W a r d
smeared a lateral pass, Kowatch to
Jones. Monnett's pass to Jones was
incomplete. Eliowitz' kick went out
of bounds on Michigan's 27-yard line.
Buss stopped Everhardus after a 3-
yard gain. Everhardus then went 10
yards through left tackle for a first
down.
FOURTH QUARTER
Everhardus hit the line again
for four yards. He netted three'
yards on another try. Lay was
injured on the play and State
took time out. Everhardus went
off left end from the 31-yard
Iline, cut back, and ran for a
touchdown, eluding seven State
tacklers. He missed the try for
point. This was the last scoring
play in the game. Michigan 26,
State 0.
Petoskey's kick was over the goal
line, and State received the ball on
the 2-yard line.
A lateral, Jones to
-Klewicki, made 11
yards but State
was offside. Ward
stopped Monnett
.:>::.. :. foi no gain. Sav-
age tackled Mon-
nett for a 15-yard
- ~loss. El1i owi t z
passed from his
own 3-yard line
P47-TQ$''E- but it was incom-
plete.He punted on the next play.
Westover signalled for a fair catch
and was tackled by Buss, so Michi-
gan received the ball on the 32-yard
line. Fay rounded left end for four
yards, and Oliver made three
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through the line. Heston went in for
an end-around play when his inter-
ference failed. Everhardus kicked
out of bounds on State's 24-yard
line.
Kircher replaced Jones. Michigan
smothered Monnett at the line. Then
Armstrong made eight yards through
left tackle. Eliowitz added two for
a first down, and then ran right,
guard for six more. Savage stopped'
Monnett at the line. Armstrong
made three more through the same
place. With half a yard to go on
the fourth down Eliowitz kicked to
Michigan's 31-yard line. ;
Heston was stopped for no gain. 1
Everhardus gained 15 around his left
end, dragging the tacklers with him.
Meiers replaced Butler. Oliver and
Heston failed at the line. Michigan
took time out.
Both teams were offside, but Hes-
ton made seven yards on the same
signal in the next play. Everhardus
kicked over the goal line, the ball
coming b a c k to
State's 20. DeBa-
k e r, C o x, a n d
Chapman replaced
Everhard u s , Pe-
toskey and Damm.
Eliowitz made two
around left end.
Savage c a u g h t
Monnett b e h ind
the line for a 4-
yard loss. Elio-
witz kicked out of w LtAMson
bounds on Michigan's 3b-yard line.
Westover fumbled, but DeBaker
recovered the ball. O 1 i v e r was
stopped by Meiers, but made five
yards through left guard on the next
play. Oliver kicked to Monnett on
the 17-yard line and Monnett re-
turned the ball to the 22. Frisk re-
placed Cantrill.
Eliowitz made six through the line.
Monnett was stopped by Frisk for
no gain. Westover knocked down
a pass, Eliowitz to Monnett. Elio-
witz kicked out of bounds on the 27-
yard line. Heston circled left end
for two yards and Oliver made it
first d o w n with a 15-yard gain
through left tackle. Oliver made a
yard through the line. A lateral
pass, Westover to Heston, failed as
the gun sounded. Final score: Mich-
igan 26, State 0.
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Michigan, continued as the onion
capital of Michigan in 1931 by ship-
ping 757 carloads of onions to mar-
ket.

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Many Alumni
At Sororities
This Week-end
Houses Entertaining Old
Members Here To See
Michigan State Game
(Continued from Page 5)
Sleet, and Louise Ridgeway. All are
alumnae.
COLLEGIATE SOROSIS
Miss Margaret Thompson, Miss
Edna Frost, Miss Kathleen Fitzpat-
rick, and Miss Louise Cody, alumnae,
will be guests of Collegiate Sorosis
this week-end.
PI BETA PHI
Week-end guests of Pi Beta Phi
are: Mrs. Edmund Groves, Mrs.
Giles, Miss Margaret Purdy, '27, and
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt.
ALPHA DELTA PI
Michigan-Michigan State game
attracted the following alumnae to
the Alpha Delta Pi house for the
week-end; Misses Mary Katherine
and Dorothy Williams, '28, Three
Rivers; Miss Doris Movrey, '29, De-
troit; Miss Dorothea Schmidt, '30,
Grosse Pointe. Miss Loretta Ayres
and Miss Audrey Hormstead are
guests from Michigan State College.
ALPHA OMICRON PI
Alumnae visiting the Alpha Omic-
ron Pi house this week-end are: Miss
Boswell, '31, Flint; Miss Albertina
Maslen, '31, Mrs. Donald Blakely, '26,
Miss Ruth Weiler, '31, Miss Frances
Derd, '26, Miss Mary Roach, '30, and
Mrs. George Snyder, '25, all of De-
troit.
ALPHA PHI
Misses Margaret and Ella Hansen,
'23, Greeley, Mich, Miss Lucile Mc-
Callum, '32, Detroit; Miss Betty
Smith, '32, Jackson; Miss Louise
Woodward, '32, Miss Katherine Tur-
ner, '32, and Miss Kate Gitus, '32, of
Battle Creek, are being entertained
at the Alpha Phi house over the
week-end.
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