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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Play-By-Play Account Of Game

1

By DON BIRD
Ohio won the toss and elected to
defend the south goal, kicking with
the wind. Petoskey kicked off for
Michigan to Heekin on the 12 yard
line, and he returned it to his own
30 yard line. Cramer made a quick
kick which came low to Fay on his
40. Everhardus made two yards at
right tackle, but Heston was thrown
for a yard loss on a reverse the next
play. Regeezi punted from his own
30 yard line to Cramer, who was run
out of bounds on his own 33 yard
line. Smith carried the ball for a
one yard gain on a reverse.
Wetzel was stopped for no gain at
center. Cramer then attempted to
run from kick formaton but was
stoppedfor no gain. He then punted
from his 27 yard line to Fay who
returned the ball 20 yards to his 47
yard line. Everhardus picked up 5
yards off left tackle. Regeczi made
a yard on a spinner and then punted
from his own 40 over the goal for
a touchback. Heekin was thrown
for a yard loss. Wetzel picked up a
yard through center and Cramer
then punted from
his 15 o u t of
bounds on Michi-
gan's 27 yard line.
Heston was then
stopped for no
gain at the left
side of the line.
Regeczi p un t e d
from his own 20
yard marker out of_
bounds on Ohio's
30 yard line. Ohio
took time out.
Smith made a yard around left
end, but Heekin was thrown for a
4 yard loss at right end. Cramer
kicked from his own 20 yard line to
Fay who fumbled and recovered on
his own 32 yard line. Heston made
4 yards off left tackle and Regeczi
picked up a yard at right guard. Re-
geczi punted from his own 30 to
Ohio's 39 yard line.
Cramer was held for no gain at
right end. Smith gained 2 yards
through left guard. Cramer punted
from his own 35 yard stripe out of
bounds on Ohio's 48 yard line. Fay
made four yards through the cent'er
of the line. Everhardus picked up a
yard at right tackle. Regeczi passed
incomplete to Hes-
ton. Kabealo re-
iplaced Wetzel at
full for Ohio. Re-
geczi kicked over
the goal line for a
touchback. Cramer
made a quick kick
to Fay who slipped
on his own 25 yard
line. Fay made 3
yards at center..
FAY Everhardus made"
2 yards at left guard. Regeczi kicked
from his own 25 yard line to Cramer
who was downed on his own 40 yard
line in his tracks. Heekin made 21
yards at right tackle. Smith made
a yard on a lateral behind the line
as the quarter ended. Michigan 0,
Ohio 0.

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20 yards and a first Gown on Ohio's
30 yard line. Regeczi hit the center
of the line for 8 yards on a faked
pass. Everhardus made it first down
through left guard on Ohio's 20 yard
line. Hildebrand replaced Austin
and Gallus was replaced by Delich.
Oliphant replaced Smith. Ohio was
penalized 5 yards for loo many time
outs.
Michigan put the ball i play on
Ohio State's 15 yard line, first down
and 5 to go. Everhardus made 3 yards
on a delayed buck. Heston made 10
yards on a reverse, the ball being
downed on Ohio's 3 yard line. It was
a first down. Everhardus was stopped
for no gain at center. Petoskey made
a yard through right tackle. Ren-
ner went over for a touchdown on a
reverse around right and Everhardus
missed the extra point. Score: Mich-
igan 6, Ohio 0.
Borgmann and Westover replaced
Kowalik and Heston. Jones replaced
Fisch at half. Petoskey kicked off
to Oliphant who was downed on his
own 21 yard line. Jones made 2 yards
through center. Oliphant made 8
yards around right end as the half
ended. Score: Michigan 6, Ohio 0.
SECOND HALF
Delich replaced Gailus. Cramer
kicked to Westover who returned the
ball 20 qards to his own 26 yard line.
Padlow was injured on the play but
was able to continue. Heston made a
yard around left end. Fay made 4
yards through the center of the line.
Michigan was off side. Regeczi then
punted from his own 13 yard line to
Oliphant who was forced out of
bounds o his own 35 yard line. Ka-
bealo made 3 yards through center.
Oliphant passed to Heekin who fum-
bled and the ball was recovered by
Westover on the 50. Michigan fum-
bled and Kabealo recovered on Ohio's
45 yard line. Oliphant was thrown
for a loss of 18 yards on an at-
tempted pass. Kabealo made 6 yards
through center. Kabealo punted
from his own 25 yard line to West-
over who was downed on his 29 yard
line. Heston was spilled for a 3 yard
loss. Regeczi punted from his own
15 yard line to Oliphant who re-
turned the ball to his 39 yard line.
Heekin made 2 yards through the
center of the line. Oliphant's pass
was intercepted by Ward on Ohio's
48 yard line. Heston lost 3 yards at
left end. Time out for Michigan.
Everhardus replaced Heston. Pincura
'replaced Oliphant for Ohio State.
Wistert threw a long pass intended
for Westover but it was incomplete.
Regeczi punted from his own 40 yard
line to Pineura
who was run out
of bounds on the a
Ohio 16 yard line.
A lateral p a s s,.
Pincura to Heekin, .
netted a yard.
Pincura was then
s t o p p e d for no
gain but Ohio was
penalized 5 yards
for being offside. wgsV E~gT P
Kabealo punted from his 5 yard line
to Westover who returned the ball 5
yards to Michigan's 45 yard line.
Time out for Ohio.
Gailus replaced Monahan who was
injured on the play. Regezi picked
up 3 yards through center. Regeczi
again made 3 yards through left'
guard. Regeczi punted from his own
45 yard line to Pincura who made
a beautiful return of 25 yards to his
own 25 yard line. Heekin was then
stopped for a yard loss on a try at
right end. Pincura made 4 yards
through left guard.
Kabealo punted from his own 20
yard line to Westover who returned
the ball 5 yards to his 45 yard line.
Everhardus, on a lateral pass from
Pay made 30 yards to a first down
after reversing his field. The ball;
was downed on Ohio's 30 yard line.

Time out for Ohio.
Hildebrand, Renner, and Savage
replaced Wistert, Kowalik and West-
over for Michigan. Cramer replaced
Pincura for Ohio State. A shovel
pass, Rennerto Fay,alost 2 yards.
Everhardus lateral passed to Renner
who made 13 yards but the play was'
called back and Michigan was pen-
alized 5 yards for offside. Renner,
on a fake pass, made 3 yards at left
end. A pass, Renner to Ward, made
a' first down on Ohio's 17 yard line.
Everhardus made 3 yards around left
end. Petoskey made 4 yards on a
split buck.
A lateral to Everhardus was fum-
bled but Michigan received a fourth
lown on Ohio's 20 yard line when
the referee interfered with a lateral
pass from Fay to Everhardus. Fromi
4 field goal formation Petoskey
nissed the kick and the ball was
Ohio's on its own 20 yard line. Oliveri
replaced Regeczi. Cramer was stopped
for no gain at right guard. Heekina
and Kabealo made 4 yards through
.eft guard, as the quarter ended.
Score: Michigan 6, Ohio State 0.
Four lh Quarter
Rosequist replaced Yards for Ohio.
Cramer and Smith were replaced byl
MlcAfee and Pincura. Kabealo punted.

from his own 20 yard line to Fay
who returned the ball 10 yards to his
43 yard line. Oliver picked up 3
iyards on a spinner. Renner's pass was
incomplete. Everhardus punted from
his own 40 yard line to Pincura who
was nailed in his tracks on his 25
yard line. Kabealo hit right guard
for 5 yards. Pincura was stopped for
no gain at the center of the line.
Kabealo's pass to Padlow was incom-
plete. Kabealo punted from his own
20 yard line to Fay who slipped and
was downed on his 19 yard line.
Everhardus ran from punt forma-
tion and was downed for a 2 yard
loss. Everhardus kicked from his own
10 yard line to Pincura who was
nailed. on Michigan's 43 yard line
after a return of 5 yards. Pincura
was stopped for no gain at center.
Time out for Ohio.
Rees and Oliphant went in for
Ohio State. Ohio penalized 5 yards
for extra time out. Pincura at-
tempted a pass but it was incom-
plete. Pincura passed successfully to
Oliphant who made 20 yards and a
first down on Michigan's 30 yard line.
Oliphant made 2 yards off right
tackle. Pincura's pass was inter-
cepted by Ward on Michigan's 25
yard line and he ran 50 yards to
Ohio's 25 yard line before being
downed by the Ohio safety man. Ev-
erhardus cut through a hole at left
end for 5 yards. Time out for Mich-
igan.
Everhardus plunged 6 yards right
through the center of the line for a
first down on Ohio's 14 yard line.
Monahan replaced Delich. Everhar-
dus made 2 yards through center.
Everhardus cut through right tackle
for four yards. Everhardus was
stopped for no gain at left tackle.
From a field goal formation Ever-
hardus missed the kick from the 16
yard line and the ball became Ohio's.
Cramer replaced Pincura. Smith re-
placed McAfee. Cramer was run out
of bounds for no gain as he tried
right end. Cramer's pass was inter-
cepted by Everhardus but the referee
penalized Michigan 5 yards from the
line of scrimmage for interfering.
Ohio's ball, first down on Ohio's 35.
Cramer's pass was intercepted by
Renner who ran out of bounds on
Ohio's 32 yard line.
Fay was stopped for no gain at
left tackle. Oliver made 7 yards
through left guard. Renner's pass to
Fay was dropped. Kowalik replaced
Borgmann. Yards replaced Rose-
quist for Ohio. Renner's pass to
Ward was knocked down by Oliphant
and the ball reverted to Ohio on
the 32 yard line. Wistert replaced'
Austin. Cramer passed to Gillman
but the play was called back and
Ohio State was penalized 5 yards for
offside. Cramer's pass was inter-
cepted by Bernard who ran 4 yards
to Ohio's 24 yard line.
Renner made 4 yards as he cut
through right tackle. Oliver picked
up 3 yards on a fake pass play. Ev-
erhardus made a first down on Ohio's
10 yard line through right tackle.
Petoskey made 9 yards around right
end to Ohio's 1 yard line. Time out
for Ohio. Wetzel replaced Kabealo.
Everhardus made half a yard at the
center of the line. Everhardus went
around left end for a touchdown.
Savage's try for the extra point was
good. Score: Michigan 13, Ohio 0.
Ford, Chapman, and Singer went
in for Michigan. Petoskey kicked off
to Cramer on his 10 yard line, who
ran to his 27 yard line before being
downed. Cramer, on a fake pass for-
mation, ran 7 yards around right
end. Cramer's lateral to Thomas was
fumbled and recovered by Thomas.
Cramer passed to Oliphant for 15
yards and a first down on Ohio's 44
yard line. Cramer, running from a
pass formation, made 5 yards as the
gun ended the game. Score: Michi-
gan 13, Ohio 0.

WOMEN'S
S P 0 R T S
Hockey and volleyball tourneys in
the women's Intramural champion-
ship races are well under way. A
round robin series of plays lasting
three weeks will precede the elimi-
nation tcurnament. Any team win-
ning in two out of three starts is
eligible for entrance into the cup
race.
Helen Newberry, champions of
1933, defending the hockey cup,
dropped their first game, 2 to 0.
Martha Cook was the victor, Jean-
ette Schroder and Marion Schultz
scoring for the winners.
Jordan defeated Kappa Delta, the
runners up last fall, to the tune of
1 to 0. Mary Kay made the tally.
Alpha Phi took Delta Gamma by the
same score, with Betty Healey in the
starring role.
In the volleyball section of the
week's games, Alpha Delta Phi de-
feated Alpha Epsilon Pi, 43 to 23.
Delta Zeta won a .6 point margin
over Tri Delt, 40 to 34.

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"It's a wonderful day for this Gala
Accasion. Ladies and their escorts have
come f rom afar bedecked in a splendor
that rivals an aureate sunset. There
is a California Zephyr blwn that
belies this northern atmospheree The
stadium is packed and it really makes
a beautiful specta4cle. "

It might have been Graham
McNamee's enthusiasm run-
fling loose 777- but you can't
blame him. It was the bid.
gest game in several years
and the colorful .harm qny of
the brilliant sport apparel
did blend into a mosaic
tableau.

Second Quarter
Rosequist kicked from his own 30
yard line to Fay who fumbled on
Michigan's 29 yard line and Ohio re-
covered. Time out for Ohio. Fisch
replaced Heekin. Fisch was thrown
for a three yard loss on a lateral be-
hind the line. Fisch was thrown for
a 6 yard loss as he tried right end
from a pass formation. Fisch passed
to Cramer, but it was incomplete.
Kabealo punted out of bounds on
Michigan's 15 yard line. Heston re-
versed his field from right end and
ran 30 yards to a first down on his
45 yard line. Regeczi made 6 yards
through right tackle. Time out for
Ohio. Everhardus
was stopped for no
gain at the center
of the line. Re-'
geczi dropped back
to punt but Fay v
took the ball and x
made 2 yards at
center. Regeezi
punted from his
own 45 yard line
to Cramer w h o
was downed on his
own 13 yard line.
Smith picked up two yards on a wide
left end run. Kabealo was stopped
at the center of the line for no gain.
Kabealo punted from his own 8 yard
line to Fay who returned the ball 24
yards to Ohio's 35 yard line. Kabealo
was injured on the play and was re-
placed by Wetzel. Everhardus was
thrown for a yard loss at left end.
Fegeczi passed over the the center of
the line to Petoskey who lateral
passed to Everhardus for a gain of
9 yards after Everhardus fumbled
and recovered. Regeczi fought his
way through the center of the line
7 yards to a first down on the 20
yard line. Everhardus carried it on
a lateral pass from Fay for a gain
of 4 yards. Time out for Michigan.
Yards replaced Conrad. Regeczi was
spilled for a 4 yard loss trying to run
from a pass formation. Regeczi's
pass was intercepted by Fisch who,
was downed on the 10 yard line.
Fisch dove over the center of the
line for 2 yards. Wetzel picked up a
yard at the center of the line. Cra-
nier punted to Fay who was downed
a. midfield.R enner renaced F'av.

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