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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, 04

Account Cicao GameCLSS DDIRETOY
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cago called for time out. Nyquist two. Bartlett's pass to Balfanz was in-
smashed over center for four. Ber- complete. Bartlett muffed the pass
wanger punted to Regeezi who from eenter, but recovered and to the
dropped the ball, but recovered on astorishment of the Wolverines he
Michigan's 44. Aug was piled up at galloped to Michigan's 20-yard line.
center for no gain. A shovel pass Bartlett then cut through his left
Oliver to Aug failed to ga, ut Chi- tackle and dashed for a touchdown.
cago was penalized five yards for Berwanger place-kicked the extra
off-side. Oliver's pars was intercepted point with Iinn holding the ball.
by Nyquist who was dovn. on the Score: Chicago 20; Michigan 0.
50-yard line. Cullenn replaced Flinn at. quarter
Nyquist tried a fake revere but was for Chicago. As. Flinn came limping
upset for no gain. Berwanger's pats to the side lines Coach. Shaughnessy'
to Baler was batted down. Berwanger picked him up and carried the little
punted to Regeczi who missed the quarterback to the .bench.
ball, which rolled dead on Michigan's Wells kicked off to Ward who re-
four-yard line. Sweet smashed center turned 12 yards to the 27-yard. line.
for .Three. Then Regeczi punted long Aug took Triplehorn's place. Mich-
to Flinn who took the ball on Chi- igan was penalized five yards for extra
cago's 15-yard line and ran back to time out. On the next play, Aug
Chicago's 24-yard mark, Oliver mak- in possession, Chicago taking the ball
ing the tackle. failed but both sides were offside.
Nyquist was stopped at center. Ber- Oliver's pass was .intercepted by Peir-
wanger punted short, the ball drop- etz, who ran to Michigan's 10-yard
ping on Chicago's 36-yard line. ine.
Aug tore through the Maroon line j 1artlett was held to no gain. Hilde-
for seven yards. Chicago took time brand then stopped Berwanger for a
out. Triplehorn substituted for Aug. loss of a yard. On the sane kind of a:
Triplehorn ducked through center play used before,,.Bartlett cut over his
for first down on Chicago's 25-yard left tackle for a touchdown. Ber-
line. Triplehorn then tried his right wanger added a point with a place-
end, but was tossed by Nyquist and kick.
Berwanger for three yards loss. Sweet Score: Chicago 27; Michigajn 0.
was nailed by Bu h for another loss, Langley went in at end for Chi-
this one for two yards. Pidetz took cago, taking Dart Peterson's place.
Jordan's place at guard for Chicago, Ward kicked off for Michigan,
Jacobson took Captain Austin's place Skoning returning to Chicago's 31.
for Michigan. Chicago got out of this Berwanger broke around his right
hole when Sweet fumbled a lateral tackle for nine yards; missing the first
from Patanelli, Flinn recovering on down by inches.
Chicago's 18-yard line. Cullen carried the ball at center,.
Berwanger dashed around his right and the measurement showed he just
end for nine yards. Nyquist hit ceier made first down on Chicagos-41-yard
for first down on Chicago's 30-yard line. Schuessler was stopped by Austin
line. On a twisting drive through the and Viergiver. Berwanger lost three'
line, Nyquist broke through for first yards trying Michigan's right end.
down on the Maroon 44. Nyquist was Berwanger then punted to Regeczi
stopped by Fuog and Viergiver on the xVho was thrown by Peiretz on the
next sally. Berwanger heaved a passi Michigan 27-yard line.
to Nyquist, but it was incompleted. Aug broke through right tackle for
Bartlett substituted for Nyquist. Bart- six yards, Patterson stopping him.
lett carried the ball but was stepped (Continued on Page 3)
by a pile-up at center. Berwanger
punted out of bounds on Michigan's'
24-yard line. FERA Pro'ects
Triplehorn drove through center for
three yards as the third period ended.
Score: Chicago 13, Michigan 0.
} FOURTH QUARTER
Trplehorn was run out of bounds D
after gaining three yards. Triple- I
horn fumbled on a wide end run but Proposed FERA projects in land-
recovered after losing seven yards. scape design and city planning were
Regeczi punted to Flinn who was up- announcedyesterday byiProfessor H.
set by Ward on Chicago's 40-yard L. Whittemore, head of the landscape
line. A flock of substitutes dashed design department.

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LAUNDRY

LjAUNDR~tY Z-1U44. box darned.
Careful work at low price. 4x
LOST AND FOUND

STUDENT Hand Laundry. Prices rea-
sonable. Free delivery. Phone 3006
9x
PERSONAL laundry service. We take
individual interest in the laundry
problems of our customers. Girls'
silks, wools, and fine fabrics guar-
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Call for and deliver. Phone 5594.
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STUDENT LAUNDRY. Good soft
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under the supervision of Mr. C. L.
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of landscape construction and im-
provement work.
Probably one of the biggest FERA
jobs now being undertaken by the
landscape design department is a
Washtenaw county recreation survey
and planning. This work is being
carried on by five students under
the personal direction of Dr. Henry
S. Curtis, who is at present volun-
teering his services.

BROWN lapii jacket taken by mis-
take at Union. ballroom check stand
Friday night. Owner can identify.
Call Hattiebelle Grow, 457 Jordan
Hall.
LOST: At State-Michigan game last
Saturday, Man's rimless octagonal
shaped eyeglasses. Gold nose and
ear pieces. Black case lined in blue.
Report to Edward F. Kramer, 6105
Eastlawn, Detroit. Reward.
WANTED
WANTED: MEN'S OLD AND NEW
suits. Will pay 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 dol-
lars. Phone Ann Arbor 4306. Chi-
cago Buyers. Temporary office, 200
North Main, 7x
NOTICE
STADIUM Riding Academy. Horses
available at all times. Phone 2-2266
for appointment. Opposite north
side of Stadium.
EAT AT BODINE'S
432 S. Division
13 meals $300
per week ....
20 meals.......$3.85
All home*-cooked food.
You will like it.
FINANCE CO. offers bargains in re-
possessed and repurchased cars.
Many 1934 cars with low mileage
included. We will trade and extend
convenient terms. Open evenings.
311 W. Huron. Ph. 2-3267. lox
PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
NASH GOLDEN RULE custom tai-
lored clothes. Suits or topcoats to
order - $23.50 to $27.50. "Chick"
Krug, Service Shop, 214 East.Wash-
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anywhere. 6x
All Types of
DANCING
Taught daily. Private'
lessons only. Terrace
Garden Studio. Wuerth
Theatre Bldg. Ph.9X695

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into the game, Skoning for Wells;
Balfanz for Baker for Chicago; Austin
for Jacobson, Borgmann for Vier-
giver, for Michigan; Flinn was hurt
on the play and time was out. Chi-
$ago was penalized five yards for
extra time out.
Bartlett dashed around his left
end io Michigan's 35.,yard line and
first down. It was a dash of 30 yards.
Berwapger ,bunped .into center for

Six students under the personal
direction of Prof. George G. Ross are
investigating the history of city plan-
ning in Michigan for a report to the
State Planning commission.
An extensive survey and planning
project of Nichols Arboretum is be-
ing carried on by three students un-
der the direction of Professor Whitte-
more, director of the 'Arboretum.
Along with this work, 10 students,

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