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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ay-By-Play

Of Game

That Marred Michigan's

Reeor

layers Find
Going Is Hard
On Wet Field

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who returned the ball1
midfield.

three yards to

(Continued from Page 3)
yard line as the second quarter
ened. LeVoir substituted for Sei-
.. Everhardus fought through left
akle for six yards. Everhardus
nt through center for three yards.
ird and a yard to go. Regeczi
nted out of bounds on Minnesota's
yard line from his own 33 yard
e.
Lund was thrown for a loss by Pe-
key and Wistert. Alfonse punted
Fay on Michigan's 36 yard line
d. he returned it to his 46 yard
e.
Everhardus went around left end
' eight yards to Minnesota's 45
*d line. Regeczi
s stopped at
ht tackle after
ard gain. Third
1 less than a -
d to go. Ever-
:dus hit tackle,-x
five yards and
.rst down on thev
rnesota 36 yard.
lenner slipped
empting to pass
I was thrown --
a loss of nine yards. Renner hit
;ht tackle for no gain. Regeczi
aited and Ward downed it on Min-
ota's 13 yard line.
Lund went- around left end for
ee yards.n eisehit rightguard
two yards. It was third and
e to go. Alfonse punted outdof
inds at midfield. Minnesota was
side but Michigan refused the pen-
,y.
Everhardus slipped at left end and
t a yard. Renner attempted a
eral but ran left end for no gain.
geczi punted from his own 40 to
t of bounds on Minnesota's 40 yard
e.
Alfonse tried left end and was
'own out of bounds by Everhardus
er gaining three yards. Alfonse
nt through left tackle for a first
wn on Michigan's 45 yard line. Re-
azi broke through and threw Lund
a 10 yard loss., Regeczi stopped
rd for no gain at the center of the
e. Alfonse was thrown for a yard
s by Austin. Fourth and 20 to go.
fonse punted to Fay on the 10 yard
e who returned to the 21 yard line.
Regeczi running from punt forma-
n lost five yards at left end. Fay
s stopped for no gain. Seidel re-
,ced LeVoir for Minnesota. Time
t for Minnesota. There was six
nutes to go. Regeczi punted from
own seven yard line and it was
w'ned by Hildebrand on Michigan's
yard line..
eise hit the center of the line for
'en yards. Lund's pass to Larson
,s incomplete as
son dropped it.
Sehit the cen- + 1t4V+
of the line for .h . .
> yards. Alfonse
ated from the
yard line and it 4++
s downed on the
yard line.
Everhardus then
ned two yards
right tackle.
,y was stopped 4GG:
the center of
line for no gain. Regeczi punted
mi his own 14-yard line to Lund

Fay, on the Statue of Liberty play,j
drove around left end for a first down
on Minnesota's 30-yard line. It was
a 24-yard gain. One minute to play
in the first half. Heston replaced
Everhardus for Michigan. Renner
was stopped for no gaii at right end.
Michigan ,took time out. Renner
dropped back to pass but he was
thrown for a 12-yard loss. Regeczi's
pass to Petoskey was knocked down.
Regeczi- punted into the end zone
for a touchback.
Lund gained eight yards at right
end as the half ended.
Score: Michigan 0, Minnesota 0.
SECOND HALF
Petoskey, with Fay holding the
ball, kicked off for Michigan. The
ball sailed to the five-yard line. Lund
fumbled but recovered and took it
to the 16-yard line where he was
tackled by Ward and Everhardus.
Beise hit center for no gain. Time
out for Minnesota and they were!
penalized five yards for offside. It
was first down, 15 to go, on Minne-
ota's 11-yard line. LeVoir replaced
Beise at fullback for Minnesota. Al-
fonse punted to Fay at midfield and
he was downed on Michigan's 49-
yard line.
Everhardus lost a yard at left
end. Regeczi picked up two yards
at right tackle.
Regeczi p u n te d
from his own 41- .
yard line out of : : .".....
bounds on Minne-
sota's 21-yard line .
Lund broke right
through center for
40 yards to a first'-
down on Michi-
gan's 41-yard line.
Alfonse made four
yards by going PoSk'$1ev
through left tackle. LeVoir was
stopped after gaining a yard at cen-
ter. Lund shovel passed to Tenner
and he was tackled by Wistert for
no gain. Alfonse kicked from the
Michigan 43-yard line to Fay on the

two-yard line, and he returned it
five yards.
Everhardus was stopped for no
gain at left tackle. Regeczi punted
from the goal line to Lund at mid-
field and he was downed by Wistert
on Michigan's 44-yard line.
Lund fumbled the pass from center
and Alfonse recovered for an eight
yard loss for Minnesota. LeVoir was
stopped at center for no gain. Third
and 16 yards to go. Two minutes to
to in the third period. Alfonse
punted from his own 29-yard line
to Pay on Michigan's 26. He was
downed on the 32-yard line.
Score: Michigan 0, Minnesota 0.
Fourth Quarter
Fay was stopped for no gain at
left tackle. Regeczi punted from his
own 30-yard line into the end zone
for a touchback. It was a 70-yard
kick.

yard line. Borgmann replaced Hil- Proffitt was nailed for a loss of
debrand at left guard for Michigan. yards by Ward and Austin. It
Time out for Michigan. Three min- Minnesota's ball on Michigan's

five
was
40-

utes to go. Profit replaced Alfonse
in the Minnesota backfield.
Renner went around left end for
three yards. Wistert was thrown for
a seven-yard loss on an attempted
pass. Wistert fumbled and Minne-
sota recovered.
Lund hit right tackle for two yards.

yard line. A shovel pass to Proffitt
gained two yards. Less than a min-
ute to play. Lund kicked and it was
downed on Michigan's eight-yard
line as the game ended.
Final Score: Michigan 0, Minneso-
ta 0.

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Lund hit left tackle where he'
fumbled and Minnesota recovered,
but the ball was ruled dead before
he fumbled. It was a yard gain. Le-
Voir gained three yards at center.
Alfonse punted from his own 17-yard
line and it was downed by Larson on
Michigan's 46-yard line.
Everhardus gained 11 yards and
a first down on Minnesota's 48-yard
line. Fay was spilled for a loss of
six yards on an attempted lateral.
Renner's pass was intercepted by
Oen at midfield.
Michigan took the ball on the 20.
Regeczi running from punt formation
took the ball to the 32-yard line.
Everhardus cut through left tackle
to the 34-yard
line. Regeczi hit
the center of the
line for three
yards. Regeczi>
punted to Lund on
Michigan's 20-yard
line and he was
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gan's 35-yard line.
Lund was stopped
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right guard. Ev- FAV
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Lund for a two-yard loss. Four min-
utes to play. Alfonse punted to Fay
who returned it to Michigan's 47-

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