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November 12, 1933 - Image 3

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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

inois Defeats Northwestern; State And Carnegie Tech

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he 25 yard line and it was good. t
Score: Michigan 3, Iowa. 0.
Petoskey kicked off to Crayne be-
ind his goal line who returned it to
he 18 yard line as the quarter ended.
Score: Michigan 3, Iowa 0.
Second Quarter 1
Page returned to the lineup in
place of Dee at right end. Laws hit
center for a yard. Crayne punted
from his own 8 yard line to Fay on
his 37 yard line and he was run out
of bounds on the 37 yard line. Ev-
erhardus cut around his own left end,
cut to the right through the Iowa
secondary, and went down the right
side lines behind good interference
to the 16 yard line
of Iowa. Time out
for Iowa. Renner
made a yard going
around left end.
Everhardus lost 3
yards at left end.
Renner attempted
a pass, which de-
veloped into a run
through center. He
fumbled and re-
covered for no
gain. Renner's pass
to Fay in the end zone was good for
a touchdown. Everhardus' kick was
good.
Score: Michigan 10, Iowa 0.
Borgmann replaced Kowalik at
right guard.
Fay lost 4 yards at right end. Ren-
ner's pass to Petoskey was inter-
cepted by Laws who was downed on
the 41 yard line. Crayne was run
out of bounds on Michigan's 43 yard
line on a right end sweep. Crayne
gained a yard at center. A lateral
pass Laws to Crayne, at left end, lost
8 yards. Crayne passed incomplete.
Crayne punted from his 39 yard line
out of bounds on Michigan's 20 yard
line.
Regeczi ran to Michigan's 30 yard
line from punt formation for a first
down. Regeczi made a yard at right

and Renner returning to the fray,
found Michigan again outplaying
Iowa and Everhardus' kicks matching
those of Teyro. The Wolverines
threatened again in the final minutes
of the contest, but the gun put an
end to the drive.
The first, second, and fourth quar-
ters were decisively Michigan's while
to Iowa went the third period. Teyro,
Crayne, Laws, Dee and Page played
outstanding football for the Hawk-
eyes, while Everhardus, Petoskey,
Renner, Fay, Bernard, and Wistert
stood out in the ranks of the Maize
and Blue.

Ohio State 20, Pennsylvania 7
FRANKLIN FIELD, Philadelphia,
Nov. 11 - (P) - Ohio State, Big Ten
power, trounced Pennsylvania 20 to
7 today before a crowd of 40,000 in a
spirited intersectional battle. After
counting twice in the second quar-
ter and again in the third, the big
Buckeyes faded slightly before Pann's
last quarter surge.

Heston tried right end for no gain.
Everhardus cut through left tackle
for a yard. Regeczi's attempted pass
to Petoskey on the 15 yard line was
incomplete. Regeczi punted from
midfield over the
goal line for a
touchback.
Crayne hit the
center of the line
for no gain but .
Michigan was pen-
alized.5 yards for
offside. Cra yn e
picked up a yard
on a spinner play. r
Crayne completed
a pass to Laws ,GgRANO
who was downed on his 45 yard line
after gaining 20 yards. Crayne slam-
ming off his own right tackle made
2 yards. Laws picked up 2 yards at
the center of the line, the ball now
at midfield. Crayne hit the center
of the line for no gain but Michigan
was penalized 15 yards to their own
33 yard line for holding. Crayne
smashed around his own right end
for 5 yards. Laws hit center for a
yard. Fisher was stopped at left
tackle for no gain. Fisher attempted
a field goal from Michigan's 35 yard
line but it was short.
Regeczi made 6 yards on a delayed
buck. Regeczi picked up a yard at
center. Regeczi punted from his own
15 yard line to Laws on his 24 yard
line and he was run out of bounds
on his 32 yard line. Time out for
Iowa.
R. Fisher replaced Page at left end.
Crayne was thrown for a 3 yard loss
at right end. Crayne punted from
his own 18 yard line to Everhardus
on Michigan's 38 yard line where he
fumbled but recovered. Regeczi car-
ried the ball through center for no
gain. Heston made a yard through
right tackle. Regeczi punted from
his 30 yard line to Laws on his 15
yard line where he
also fumbled but
recovered.
. . Crayne, in punt
formation, at-
tempted left end
;.:: for no gain. Laws
made a yard go-
ing through left
guard. Cr ayne
punted from his 8
yard line to Fay
on his 28 yard line
and he was run
out of bounds on his 36 yard line.
Regeczi going through center made
4 yards. Regeczi slipped but made 2
yards through center. Regeczi punted
from his 35 yard line to Laws on his
20 yard line where he was downed by
Wistert. Crayne made a yard at
right tackle. Crayne kicked from
his 20 yard line to Fay on his 40 yard
line and he made a spectacular run
down the right sidelines behind good
interference to Iowa's 25 yard line.
Renner in for Heston. Time out for
Michigan.
A lateral from Renner to Ever-
hardus made 10 yards and first down
on Iowa's 15 yard line. Regeczi hit
center for a yard. Everhardus was
stopped at right end for no gain.
Everhardus lost a yard at left end.
Everhardus attempted a field goal
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