THE MICHIGAN- D.AILY
Warmbein kicked to Everhardus on
State's 40 who returned it to the 31
yard line. Westover hit the center of
the line for two yards. Everhardus
ran into his interference at right end
for no gain. Renner's pass to Male-
shawich was incomplete. Fay and
Jacobson substituted for Everhardus
and Beard. Oliver punted out of
bounds on State's 11 yard line. Col-
ina lost two yards trying right end.
Warmbein's attempt at a quick kick
was blocked by Oliver, Warmbein re-
covering for State on the 40 yard
line. Warmbein's punt was downed by
Colina on State's 34 yard line. Fay
lost a yard at left end. Oliver ran to
the 25 yard line through right tackle.
Fay was stopped at right tackle after
a yard gain. Renner passed over the
goal line or a touchback. Demarest
substituted for Lay. McCreary gain-
ed three yards at right tackle.
Warmbein's pass was knocked down
by Fay. McCreary lost two yards at
left end. Warmbein standing on his
ten yard line kicked to Everhardus
on the Michigan 45 yard line. He was
stopped in his tracke. Terlaak was
replaced by Gilliland. Tessmer re-
placed Renner, Wells replaced Singer.
Oliver went through right guard for
a first down on Stat's 39 yard line.
Fay picked up five wards through
right tackle as the half ended..Score
Michigan 20, State 0.
Michigan and State started the
second half with the original lineups
except that Renner was at quarter in
place of Fay, who was at Everhardus'
half and Reavely was at right tackle
for State. Jackson kicked off for
State, the ball going to Fay on the
our yard line, he returned it to the
29 yard line. Heston went around
right end for two yards. Regeczi
punted out of bounds on State's 40
yard line. In attempting to block the_
kick, Lay was injured, but remained
in the game. Warmbein gained two
yards at the center of the line.
Warmbein's pass to Colina was in-
incomplete. Wambein, attempting to
pass was tackled by Petoskey. State
was offside on the play and was pen-
alized five yards. Warmbein punted
to Renner out of bounds on Mich-
igan's 24 yard line. Regeczi made a
yard at left end. Regeczi punted to
Muth on State's 25 yard line, who
was run out of bounds after picking
up two yards.
time out. It start-
ed to rain as play
was resumed. Co- y
linaca rried the ;
ball for n o gain,
but Michigan was
was stopped for no
gain on a pass be- .
hind the line. Co- V /qap
lina picked up four yards through
center. McCreary made it first down
on State's 37 yard line. Colina was
spilled by Austin for a two yard loss.
Warmbein's pass was intercepted by1
Bernard who returned to State's 28
yard line. Regeczi ws stopped after
picking up two yards. Heston went1
through right tackle for five yards.
Fay made it first down but the play
was called back to State's 35 yard
line as Michigan was penalized. Fay1
hit left guard for one yard. Renner
attempted to pass but was nailed by
Buss for. an eight yard loss. Regeczit
punted out of bounds on State's 11X
yard line. Colina was stopped for no
gain at left tackle. McCreary gained
a yard at right tackle. Warmbein's
punt was downed by Jackson at mid-
field. Regeczi picked up three yards
on a reverse. Heston was thrown for
a two yard loss trying left end. Re-
geczi kicked over the goal line for a
touchback. Warmbein's pass meant
for Colina w a s incomplete. Mc-
Creary picked up five yards through
left tackle. Warbein was stopped for
no gain. Warmbein's punt was down-
ed by Jackson on Michigan's 43 yard
line. Heston was stopped for no gain.
State took time out. Regeczi punted
out of bounds on State's 14 yard line.
Warmbein picked up two yards off
right tackle. Warmbein passed to
Klewicki for a first down on State's
31 yard line. McCreary gained two
yards at left guard. Warmbein's pass
was incomplete. Warmbein passed to
Muth for a first down on State's 44
yard line. Colina slipped through
right tackle for a gain of 21 yards to
Michigan's 30 yard line. Westover
replaced Renner, Michigan taking
time out. Colina gained a yard at
left tackle. Colina hit the center of
the line for no gain. Warmbein gain-
ed eight yards at left guard as the
quarter endd.. Score - Michigaii
20, State 0.
State put the ball in play at Mich-
igan's 27 yard line to start the final
period, fourth down and two yards
to go. Muth passed to Warmbein for
a touchdown. It was a short pass
over center from a line plunging for-
JO'N P IP H s7-o
Beautiful interference enabled Jack
Heston, hard-driving Wolverine half-
back, to run around end for Mich-
igan's second touchdown yesterday
at the Stadium.
mation. Warmbein's attempt for the
extra point failed as the pass from
center was short. Score Michigan 20,
..Petoskey kicked off for Michiganj
to Warmbein on the 20 yard line,I
who returned the kick to the 26 yard
line. State took time out, as Butler
was injured on the play. Paxson re-
placed Butler at center for State.
Warmbein's pass to Colina was in-
complete. Warmbein was stopped at
right guard for no gain. Warmbein's
pass to Jackson was allowed as the
receiver dropped the ball after being
interfered with. Colina made four
yards through right tackle. It was
second down on state's 44 yard line.
Warmbein was stopped for no gain
at the center of the line. Warmbein's
pass meant for McCreary was in-
complete. Warmbein punted over
the goal line for a touchback, and
Michigan took the ball on their own
20 yard line. Heston made it first
down around right end to Michigan's
31 yard line. McCreary was injured
and State took time out. Zarza re-
placed Jackson at left end. West-
over hit the center of the line for
three yards. Heston slipped and lost
three yards. Regeczi punted to Muth
who was tackled on State's 28 yard
line by Petoskey. Colina was stop-
ped for no gain. Warmbein was
stopped for no gain. McCreary pick-
ed up two yards on a reverse. Warm-
bein punted to Westover out of
bounds on Michigan's 38 yard line.
McNutt replaced McCreary at full-
back for State. Fay picked up a yard
at right tackle. Regeczi's punt was
blocked by McNutt and Fay recover-
ed on Michigan's 41 yard line for a
three yard gain. Regeczi punted to
State's four yard line to Muth, who
was downed by Wistert.
Everhardus r e p 1 a c e d Heston.
Warmbein punted to Westover on
State's 40 yard line, who returned it
to the 27 yard line. Regeczi picked
up two yards at the center of the line.
Oliver replaced Regeczi, Chapman re-
placed Ward. Hildebrand replaced
Austin, and Wells replaced Kowalik
for Michigan. Demarest replaced Lay
for State. Pay lost two yards. Ever-
hardus picked up t h r e e yards.
Oliver's pass to Petoskey was incom-
plete and State put the ball in play
on their own 25 yard line. McNutt3
picked up two yards. Warmbein's
For First Time'
Chuck Klein Leads Senior
Circuit With Mark Of
.368; Davis Is Second
NEW YORK, Oct. 7.-(P)-With
Jimmy Foxx firmly entrenched as the
American League batting champion
for the first time, Heinie Manush,
Washington's veteran outfielder, and
Lou (Iron Man) Gehrig, of the Yan-
kees, staged a neck and neck race
down to the final games for runner-
up honors but neither was able to
break the deadlock.
Three hits each in the last two
games of the season gave the slug-
gers an average of .334, according to
the final unofficial averages. Foxx,
with four hits in his three final
games, completed a 149-game sched-
ule with an average of .356. Although
failing to get a hit in his last game
and losing one point as the result.
Al Simmons, of the White Sox, easily
held third place with a mark of .330.
Chuck Klein, with plenty to work
on, dropped four points in the clos-
ing days of the campaign but won
the National League slugging hon-
ors in a gallop with an average of
.368, the same figures compiled by
Lefty O'Doul in taking the 1932 title.
Klein's average was 20 points higher
than his own mark last season.
Although unchallenged for second
place honors in the senior circuit,
Spud Davis, the Phillies' hard-hitting
catcher, cracked out three hits on
Saturday and Sunday to end the sea-
son with a percentage of .349, 26
points above Tony Piet, of Pittsburgh.
Close behind trailed Bill Terry, show-
ing the way to his pennant-winning
Giants with a slugging mark of .322.
To a pair of youngsters, Bud Tin-
ning, of the Cubs, and Russell Van
Atta, of the Yankees, went pitching
honors. Tinning captured the Na-
tional League title with 13 victories
as compared to six defeats while Van
Atta led the American League hurlers
with 12 triumphs and only four set-
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Simmons, Chi.ri...146 606 85
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pass to Colina was incomplete. Sav-
age broke through a n d stopped
Warmbein for a 7 yard loss. Warm-
bein punted to Westover for a fair
catch at midfield. Everhardus slip-
ped in going around left end and lost
three yards. Westover picked up the
loss through left tackle. Everhardus
punted out of bounds on State's 21
yard line. Jacobson replaced Wist-
ert. A lateral pass, Muth to Warm-
bein, lost two yards. Tessmer and
Fuog went in for Westover and Ber-
nard. Baker replaced Klewicki for
State. Singer replaced Savage. Wil-
lis and Johnson substituted for State.
McNutt picked up two yards. Warm-
bein's pass to Zarza was incomplete.
Warmbein punted to Tessmer at mid-
field and he ran it .back to State's
38 yard line. Oliver hit the center of
the line for no gain. Fay picked up
five yards through center as the
game ended. Score -Michigan 20,
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