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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, O(

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Account Of State Game!

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was chased out of bounds on State's
48-yard line.
McCrary went through line for 2
yards. Warmbein went through the
line for a first down on Michigan's
42. Sebo was stopped by Ward at the
line. Warmbein passed to Zarza for
3 yards. Warmbein's pass to Sebo
was knocked down by Patanelli.
Time out for State. Warmbein punt-
ed out of bounds on Michigan's 20.
Triplehorn went through left tackle
for a yard. Triplehorn hit the line
for a yard, but Michigan was penal-
ized 5 yards for offside. Oliver punt-
ed to midfield, State's 48, where Ford
caught it.
McCrary made 3 yards at left
tackle. Warmbein's pass to Sebo on
Michigan's 35 was good, and Sebo
ran to the 25 before being tackled
by Ford. Klewicki made 4 yards
around end. Sebo made 2 yards at
center. Sebo went through center
on a spinner to Michigan's 8-yard
line. Time out for Michigan. Han-
shue replaced Hildebrand for Michi-
gangan. Sebo was stopped by Ward
and Austin for no gain. Warmbein
made 3 at right tackle. Savage and
Borgmann threw Warmbein for a 10-
yard loss when he stepped back to
pass. Sebo's third attempt at goal
was wide.
Beard replaced Borgmann for
Michigan, and Jacobson went in for
Austin. Triplehorn carried the ball,
but Michigan was penalized 5 yards
for offside. Regeczi punted to Rey-
nolds at midfield. He was tackledi
on Michigan's 43.
Warmbein was stopped by Savage
and Oliver on Michigan's 48 on an
attempted pass. Sebo was stopped at
the line. Reynolds' pass to Klewicki
was knocked down by Oliver. Warm-
bein kicked over Michigan State's
goal line for a touchback. Allman re-
placed Zarza for State.
Triplehorn was dropped for a 2-
yard loss. Ward's fumble was recov-
ered by himself on his 12. State was
penalized 5 for offside. Triplehorn
made 3 yards through center. Regec-
zi punted to Reynolds on State's 35,
who was downed by Ford on State's

kicked to State's 35, Savage and Ward

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throwing back Reynolds to the 31.
Sebo was stopped after a 2 yard
gain. McCrary was stopped at the
line by Regeczi and Savage. Warm-
bein punted to Triplehorn on the 18.
Triplehorn'carried it badk to Michi-
ganl's 5.
Oliver threw a lateral to Triple-
horn, who carried it to Michigan's
48 for a first down. Jacobson re-
placed Viergiver for Michigan. Regec-
zi hit the line for 2 yards. Oliver
lateraled to Triplehorn, who ran to
State's 39-yard line for the second
first down.
Oliver was thrown for a yard loss.
Triplehorn made a yard on a delayed
buck. Oliver made a yard at right
tackle. Regeczi punted out of
bounds on State's 16-yard line.
Colina replaced Sebo for State.
Hanshue replaced Borgmann for
Michigan. McCrary went off left
tackle for a first down,-State's ball
on their own 28. Colina made a yard
at left end. Jennings replaced Triple-
horn for Michigan.
Wiseman went in for McCrary for
State. Colina hit center for a first
down on the 38. Warmbein rounded
right end, for no gain. Colina made
a yard at center. Colina made a yard
at center and then fumbled Jacob-
son recovering for Michigan as the
quarter ended. Ball on State's 42.
FOURTH QUARTER
Borgmann and Triplehorn replaced
Hanshue and Jennings for Michigan.
Fuog went in for Ford, also for Mich-
igan. Oliver's pass for Patanelli went
over the latter's head. Oliver failed
to gain on a fake pass. Oliver's pass
to Savage on the 23 was called back
as Michigan was penalized 5 yards
for being offside. Oliver's pass to
Patanelli was knocked down by Wise-
man. Time out for State, Klewicki
being hurt. Oliver fumbled the pass
from center, and lost a yard. State's
ball on their own 47.
Colina hit center for 3. Wiseman
carried the ball for 3 yards off tackle.
Wiseman was stopped at the line.
Warmbein punted out of bounds on
Michigan's 24-yard line.
Triplehorn was thrown for a yard
f loss. Savage of Michigan was hurt
on the play. Regeczi punted to Rey-
nolds on State's 35. Reynolds fumb-
led and was tackled by Ward on the
30.
Warmbein was thrown for a 5 yard
loss by Borgmann and Austin. Col-
ina was stopped at the line. Ward
blocked Warmbein's punt, but the
ball went to Triplehorn on Michigan's
37. Ford replaced Fuog at center for
Michigan. Triplehorn went through
center for 3. Oliver shovel-passed to
Patanelli for a yard. Regeczi's pass
was knocked down by Warmbein and
Wiseman. Regeczi punted to 'Rey-
nolds on State's 20-yard line, Ward,
Austin and Jacobson downing him
for no gain.
Wiseman went through tackle to
Michigan's 36 before being stopped
from behind by Borgmann. Viergiver
replaced Jacobson for Michigan.
Wiseman stopped at the line after
gaining a yard., Warmbein got
through center for 5 yards. Warm-
bein went through his own right
tackle for a touchdown from Michi-
gan's 28. Wiseman's attempt at con-
version was wide. Score-Michigan
State 9, Mfichigan'0.
Aug replaced Savage, Patanelli go-
ing to end for Michigan. Wiseman
kicked to Triplehorn on his 5, who
came back to the! 31-yad line. Kick-
off called back-and Michigan penal-
ized 5 yards. Wiseman kicked off to
Aug on Michigan's 4. Aug brought
it back to Michigan's 21.
Oliver latei'aled to Triplehorn, who
was thrown out of bounds on Michi-
gan's 29. Triplehorn went off tackle
for 2 yards, but Michigan was offside
and lost 5. Triplehorn was stopped
at the line by Zindel. Oliver passed
to Ward, who lateraled to Aug, the
latter running to Michigan's 47.
Triplehorn fumbled Oliver's lateral

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BOX SCORE

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DETROIT
AB. R.]
White, cf ......4 2
Cochrane, c ... .5 2
Gehringer, 2b . .4 2
Goslin, if......3 2
Rogell, ss ......5 1
Greenberg, lb . .5 1
Owen, 3b ......5 0
Fox, rf........4 0
Aukerp.......4 0
Totals......39 101

H.
1
1
2
0
2
4
2
1
12

.0.
2
1
3
3
5
10
1
2
0
27

A.
0
0
4
0
3
2
2
0
21
11
A.-

E.
0
0
1
0
0
0
0
1
E.

Mich.
First Downs........3
By rushing .......2
By Passing ........ 1
By Penalties ......0
Net Yards Gained . .94
By Rushing......63
By Passing .......31
Forwards Attempted 10
Forwards Comp. . . .3
Forwards Incomp. .5
Forwards Inter. ....0
Laterals Attempted ..4
Laterals Completed . .4
Fumbled Lat. Rec. .0
Number of Punts . . . .14
Total Yardage ... 588
Average per kick . .42
Yards Returned . .46
Kickoffs ret, yard. . .55
Fumbles ............3
Fumbles Recovered . .3
Penalties ............6
Penalty Yardage ... .30
Time Outs........... 5

State
14
5
8
1
275
181
94
14
6
8
2
0
0
0
12
528
44
42'
40
3
3
3
15
4

Inspired State
Eleven Beats
Michigan Team
(Continued From Page 1)
third period when two lateral pass'
plays and a forward-double-lateral
netted them their first three downs.
The Wolverines got another break
on which they couldn't capitalize
when Jacobson recovered Colina's
fumble on State's 42-yard mark as
the quarter ended.
Oliver completed a long pass to Pat-
anelli which would have put Michigant
in scoring position, but a Michigan1
linesnian was offside and the oppor-
tunity was lost.
After an exchange of punts Don
Wiseman took the ball on his own

brought him down from behind with
a beautiful tackle.
A moment later Warmbein cut
through the same hole in right tackle
and ran 28 yards behind quick-form-
ing interference for a touchdown.
With the end of the game nearing
Oliver started throwing long, desper-
ate passes, one of which Warmbein
intercepted and ran back to Mich-
igan's nine-yard stripe. Three plays
later Warmbein again cut through
right tackle for a touchdown. Sebo's
kick for the point after touchdown
was good.
GOLF CONTESTANTS ALL EVEN
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 6- 0P) -
Wiping out a three-hole deficit on the
I incoming side, Virginia Van Wie, of
Chicago, the defending champion,
was -all even with twenty-year-old
Dorothy Traung, of San Francisco to-
day at the halfway mark of their 36-
hole final for the National Women's
golf championship. Both scored 85's.

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AB. R. H.
ST. LOUIS
Martin, 3b ....4 0 1
Rothrock, rf .. .5 0 0
Frisch, 2b .....5 1 1
Medwick, lf ... .3 1 2
Collins, lb .....4 0 2
Delancey, c . . . .2 0 0
Orsatti, of .....4 1 2
Durocher, ss . .. .4 1 1
Carleton, p .. . .1 0 0
Vance, p .......0 0 0
Walker, p ......1 0 0
Haines,-p......0 0 0
Mooney, p . . . .0 0 0
Davis ..........1 0 1
J. Dean ........0 0 0
Crawford ......1 0 0
Totals ......35 4 10

0.o

1 2 3
3 0 0
2 4 0
0 0 0
9 1 0
7 1 1
3 0 0
2 1 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 1
0 0 0
0 1 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
0 0 0
27 10 5
150 -10
000 - 4

20 and ran
Michigan's

through right tackle to
36 before Borgmann

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Big Ten Standings
W. L. T. Pct.
hio State.......1 0 0 1.000
owa ............1 0 0 1.000
ndiana ..........0 1 0 .000
orthwestern .....0 1 0 .000
lichigan ........0 0 0 .000
linois ...........0 0 0 .000
urdue ...........0 0 0 .000
hicago ..........0 0 0 .000
Visconsin ........0 0 0 .000
linnesota ........0 0 0 .000

DETROIT-
ST. LUIS-

003 100
011 200

Davis batted for Vance in 4th.
J. Dean ran for Davis in 4th.
Crawford batted for Haines in
8th.
Two-base hits-Cochrane, Fox,
Collins, Greenberg 2.
Sacrifice hits-Auker, Goslin,
Gehringer, Cochrane.
Stolen bases-White, Greenberg,
Owen.
Double plays-Auker, Rogell to
Grnberg;- Greenberg to Rog ell

Results
Ohio State 33, Indiana
Iowa 20, NorthwesterAi

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Billiard Followers
To See -Exhibition
This Fall 24t Union

Sebo hit the center and lost a yard'
as the half ended.
THIRD QUARTER
Michigan's line-up was the same as
the start of the game except for Re-
geczi, still in for Remias. State's line-
up was the same as the start, except
for Sebo, still in for Colina.
Ward kicked off to Warmbein on
State's 7, who ran to his 27 before
being forced out of bounds by Savage.
Warmbein quick kicked over Triple-
horn's head to Michigan's 15, ball be-
ing downed by Sebo.
Regeczi hit center for 5 yards.
Oliver hit left tackle for a yard. Re-
geczi kicked to Reynolds on State's
45. Reynolds fumbled, ball going out
of bounds on State's 47.
Warmbein hit tackle for a yard.
Warmbein passed to Klewicki on
Michigan's 38, who ran to the 30 be-
fore' being stopped. Warmbein ran
around right end for a first down on
Michigan's 18.
Sebo went through center for 5
yards. McCrary plunged through
center for 5 yards. McCrary plung-
ed through center for 4 yards. Beard
replaced Hildebrand for Michigan.
McCrary was stopped at the 'line by
Beard, but made it first down on the
7. Warmbein went off left tackle for
2. McCrary was stopped at the line.
Reynolds passed over the goal line,
but over Sebo's head. Sebo kicked
goal on his fourth attempt, from
Michigan's 12-yard line. Score-
Michigan State 3, Michigan 0.
Ward kicked off to State's 10,
Warmbein carrying the ball back to
the 32. Time out for Michigan.
Warmbein quick kicked to Triple-
horn on Michigan's 17. He ran it
back to the 30. Oliver was thrown
for a 4 yard loss by Zarza. Regeczi
went through center for 4. Regeczi

fCarleton, 4 in 2 2-3 in- Willie Hoppe, world's 18.3 baikline
nings; off Vance, 2 in 1 1-3 in- and cushion-carom billiard champion,
nings; off Walker, 5 in 3 1-3 in- Johnny Layton, world's three cush-
ning; off Haines, 1 in 2-3 inning, ion billiard champion, and many
Bases on balls-Off Aufler, 4; off other famous cue ball artists will dis-
Carleton, 2; off Vance, 1; off Walk- play their talents 'to billiard enthus-
Cr, iasts on the campus this fall. The
Struck out-By Carleton, 2; by first exhibition will probably begin
Vance, 3; by Auker, 1; by Haines, !on Oct. 22 at the Michigan Union.
2. ;Hoppe will be tWe first artist.
Wild pitch--"Vance. jOther stars who will appear for
Umpires-Reardon (N.L.) at the an exhibition include Ruth McGinnis,
plate; Owen (A.L.) at first base women's world's professional pocket-
plae; wnnAL. ilirdcapinsJme;aos h
Klein (N.L.) at second base; Geisel billiard champion, James Caros, the
(A.L.) at third base. Greek wizard, and Robert Moore, the
16-year-old boy wonder. The exhi-
bitions will be held at two week in-
pass Wagner recovering for State. tervals.
State's ball on Michigan's 46 rEach artist will appear for two
' ' Ihours. The first hour will be a
Warmbein made 2 yards at tackle. demonstration period. A match game
Wiseman was stopped at right end.' with a capable opponent selected by
Colina made a yard at center. Ford the Union will occupy the second
of Michigan was hurt. Hildebrand hour.
replaced Borgmann for Michigan. During December, a competent in-
Warmbein punted out of bounds on structor in billiards will be sent out
Michigan's 7-yard line, by the National Billiard Association.
Regeczi hit center for 2 yards. The instructor will be on the campus
Oliver's pass to Aug was intercepted for a week and will hold instruction
by Warmbein who carried it to Michi- I periods in the Union.
gan's 9-yard line.
Warmbein went around end to MEET HERE IN 1935
Michigan's 6-yard line. Sebo replac- The Michigan Conference of social
ed Colina for State. Remias replaced workers will hold its 1935 annual con-
Regeczi for Michigan. Sebo was ference in Ann Arbor, it was decided
fA1ZW11iOL 4LUn.A v Ord lnq) by W. ardtoday at the conclusion of the an-

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WAR AND PEACE.............Tolstoy
ANNA KARENINA............. Tolstoy
ARROWSMITH.................Lewis
MAIN STREET.................Lewis

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trown or a oyaru i s y at.
Warmbein went through his own nual meeting in Grand Rapids.
right tackle for another touchdown. . Miss Harriet J. Comstock of Lan-
Score-Michigan State 15, Michi- sing was elected president, and Wil-
liam Robinson of Ann' Arbor was
gan 0. - named first vice-president.
Sebo made the extra point. _______________
Score-Michigan State 16, Michi- _
gan 0.
McCrary, Brakemann, Wilson, Zie-
gal went in for Michigan State. State
took 5 yards penalty for delaying the
game. "
Selbo kicked off for State to Oliver
on the 16, Oliver returning it to
Michigan's 35. Oliver passed to Bring your prob-
Ward, the ball being knocked out of blem to us.
his hands by Sebo. Oliver's pass to
Aug was fumbled by the latter at mid- We will solve .it
field. Triplehorn caught Oliver's
pass on Michigan's 45. for you.

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JURGEN .....Cabell
FIGURES OF EARTH .......... Cabell
SCARLET SISTER MARY ... ... Peterkin
THE GREAT HUNGER ........... Bojer
PORGY .......... ..... . Heyward
MAMBA'S DAUGHTERS ...... Heyward

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