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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1934 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Gophers Overcome Pitt Lead In Last Quarter

To

Win, u

Sophomore's Play Helps Defeat Yellowjackets

Maroons And
Purdue Win
Big Ten Games

PLAY-BY-PLAY

By I
FIRST QUARTER
Georgia Tech won the toss
elected to defend the south goal.

KEN PARKER

forced out of bounds. Aug made no
and gain around left end.'Aug made two
Hil- yards on an off-tackle play. Regeczi

Whitey Aug's \37-yard run in the second quarter was one of the
features of Michigan's first victory of the season. With the ball on
Michigan's 22-yard line in the second quarter, Regeezi faked a punt and
handed the pigskin to Aug who dodged the Tech secondary to its 41-
yard line.
Whitey was only one of the sophomores who starred yesterday.
Jennings, Sweet, and Patanelli, all contributed to the win over the
'Rambling Wrecks.'
Michigan Defeats Georgia Tech,
9-2, As Jennins And A ua Star
(Continued from Page 1) however, and Martin was juggling the
slow, Sweet showed real ability to ball when the whole right side of
run through a broken field. Michigan's line hit him. He fumbled
Aug revealed himself as a rugged when tackled and the ball was recov-
ball-carrier, good defensive back, and ered by Patanelli, but the referee ruled
an effective man to send off-tackle that the ball had been dead before the
when five or six yards are needed. He fumble, so that Michigan was credited
scored Michigan's initial first down, with a safety instead of a touchdown.
taking the ball from Regeczi's on a The play was the last in the third
fake punt play and running from his quarter.
31 to Tech's 41 to -ut the Wolverines Tech put the ball in play in the
in position to score. fourth period with a free kick from
Jennings appears to have regained her own 20 out of bounds on Mich-
the poise which marked his play. in igan's 31. Ellis was smeared for a 10-
Ann Arbor High School and, although yard loss on an attempted end run
he fumbled the wet ball a number, of and, on the next play, Michigan was
times yesterday, was a much better penalized 15 yards for holding. Sweet
safety man than he was at Chicago a made three and Regeczi attempted
week ago. to punt out of danger but Thompson
Starts As Punting Dueln gcharged in fast to block the kick. He
The first quarter was a punting chased the ball across the end zone
duel between Regeczi and Dean, Tech and even tried to crawl into the stands
tackle who came out of the line to to get it. If he had fallen on the ball
do the punting, with Tech, the wind in the end zone it would have been
at its back, having a slight edge. scored as a touchdown for Tech, but
Michigan carried the fight' to the under the rules it became a safety,
Mellgwjackets in the second period, giving Tech two points.
havingthkeepossibe chances to score. The rest of the game passed with
tiaving three pos Ants3- re.nTech threatening Michigan's goal line
The first came on Aug's 37-yard run with long passes until Sweet put the
to Tech's 41. Later in the period Jen- Wongeranes u nge w th
Wings returned one of Dean's kicks to Wolverines out of danger with his long
just past midfield. From here MVlich- run in the last minute.
igan made two consecutive first downs SPONSORS 28 SPORTS
on two passes by Aug and Regeczi and
several off-tackle smashes by Sweet. The University of Tennessee Intra-
With the ball on Tech's 28-yard line mural department sponsors 28 sports
Regeczi's pass on third down was during the school year.
intercepted by J. Wilcox on his own 7. BIG TEN STANDINGS
After an exchange of punts in the
third quarter, on which Michigan Chicago .........2 0 1.000
gained about 20 yards, Jennings made Illinois ..........1 0 1.000
his run to break Michigan's scoring Iowa...........1 0 1.000
famine. Purdue .........1 0 1.000
Late in the period Tech took Re- Ohio state ......1 1 .500
geczi's punt on its 37, lost 10 yards Michigan ........0 1 .000
when McKay was smothered trying to Wisconsin .......0 1 .000
;ass, lost 15 more when penalized for Northwestern ... 0 1 .000
aolding and Martin was finally forced Indiana .........0 2 .000
to attempt to punt from his own goal Minnesota .......0 0 .000
ine. The pass from center was bad,

Chicago Downs HoosiersE
As Boilermakers BeatC
Wisconsinx
LAFAYETTE, Indiana, Oct. 20-
UP)- Coach Noble Kizer's football
team from Purdue University camef
through twice today and the Boiler-]
makers defeated the Badgers fromf
Wisconsin by a score of 14-0 to open,
their Big Ten season before a home-s
coming crowd of 18,000 in Ross-Ader
Stadium.l
Duane Purvis and Jim Carter spell-1
ed the difference between the two'
teams and scored the points which
gave Purdue its first victory in three
starts. After a scoreless first period
Carter took the ball and raced
through the Badger team 64 yardsI
for the first score.E
Wisconsin managed to hold Purdue
scoreless in the third quarter but in
the fourth period, the "touchdownr
twins" got loose again. Purvis took
the ball and behind Carter's blocking1
ran 80 yards for the second and final
touchdown of the game.
CHICAGO DEFEATS INDIANA
CHICAGO, Oct. 20. -- (/P) - On the1
stalwart shoulders of Jay Berwanger,
191-pounds of running, kicking and
passing magic, Chicago climbed to the
leadership of the Western Conference
football standings today by a 20 to 0
victory over a game, but sorely out-
classed band of Indiana Hoosiers.
Most of. the engagement was played
in a driving rain, but before it de-
generated into a comedy of fumbles,
the Maroons fashioned three touch-
downs. Out of the epidemic of fumbles
in the final period, Chicago salvaged
two points on a safety.
In the second period, Berwanger
put the Hoosiers in the hole by drop-1
ping a 50-yard punt out of bounds
on the Indiana one-yard line. The re-
turn kick traveled only to the In-
diana 16, and from there Berwanger,j
with nice blocking, and occasional'
help in the ball carrying from Ewaldj
Nyquist, hammered over for the score.
A dazzling bit of speed and fancy
footwork earlier in the third period1
ended in a 34-yard gain for Ber-l
wanger. On the next play, he caught
the Hoosiers flat-footed with an arch-
ing pass that covered 27 yards before
it settled in the arms of John Baker
over the goal line.
Taking the next kickoff on Chi-;
cago's three-yard mark, Berwanger
warmed the hearts of 12,000 rain-1
soaked spectators with a 97-yard gal-1
lop for the last touchdown.
SATURDAY'S STATISTICS I

debrand kicked to Katz who took the kicked to Roberts, who was smeared in
ball on the 20-yard line and returned his tracks on Tech's 31-yard line.
it to the 26. Martin went around Time out for Michigan.
end for 18 yards taking the ball to the arnrlost twnd trtigtto
around right end. Robert got two!
44-yard line. Phillips' pass, intended through left tackle. Dean kicked tot
for Katz, was incomplete. Roberts Jennings, who returned the ball eight
was stopped at the line of scrimmage yards from his own 30. Aug carried
for no gain. Dean kicked to Jennings the ball for no gain. Sweet picked up
who took the ball on Michigan's 10- two yards through center. Regeczi
yard line and returned it to the 15. kicked to Roberts, who took the ball
Tech took time out. Lyons replaced on his own 25. He was dropped by
Preston, who was injured on the last Jennings after advancing the ball a
play. yard. Phillips gained a yard but Geor-
Aug picked up two yards off right gia Tech was penalized five yards for
tackle. Jennings gained three through backfield in motion. Perkerson got"
center. Regeczi kicked to Roberts, two yards through left guard. Rob-
who caught the ball on Michigan's 45- erts lost nine yards when Savage
yard line and ran out of bounds for smeared him behind the line.
no gain. Martin fumbled and recov- Dean kicked out of bounds on Mich-
ered on Tech's 46. Phillips' pass was igan's 32-yard line. Time out for
incomplete. Dean kicked to Jennings, Georgia Tech. Aug lost four yards
who fumbled the ball but recovered.trying to cut back through left tackle.
on his own 10-yard line. Aug got five Ferguson went in for Martin at left
off right tackle. Sweet plunged half. Jennings carried the ball for
through center for two yards. Regeczi a yard gain. Regeczi, kicking from his
kicked to Roberts who made a fair own 30, booted out of bounds on Geor-
catch on the 50-yard line. Phillips' gia Tech's 24-yard line.
pass was intended for Ferguson but
was incomplete. Phillips lost a yard. On the first down, Roberts quick-
Dean passed to Boulware, but he kicked to Jennings who picked the
thp. hall.ball up on his 19-yard line and ran it

uppe 4iC l.
Dean kicked to Jennings, who re-
ceived the ball on the 22-yard line
and ran it back to the 29 before being
3 I-M Sports
In Final Staves
Of Competition
The 1934-35 athletic program of
the Intramural department has defi-
nitely gotten under way with four
tournaments now in progress and two
more scheduled to begin this week.
Announcement was also made yes-
terday that the swimming pool would
be open evenings starting this week.
Swimmers may now use' the pool
from 12:00 to 1:30 and from 3 to 6
p.m. from Monday through Friday
besides using it from 7:30 to 9:30
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
nights.
Tennis
Three of the 102 entrants in the
all-campus tennis singles tourney
have battled their way into the quar-
ter finals and the others to play in!
this round will be determined this
week. Sass, Rodriquez and Brower I
are the three that have moved
through the first rounds of the meet
to be quarter finalists.
Play in the doubles tournament
has also progressed to the quarter
finals with four of the teams playing
in this round already determined.
In the cosmopolitan singles meets for
foreign students only John Rodriquez
and Daliacio Mianda have gone
through their brackets without de-
feat and will meet this week for the
title. Singles play for faculty men
is in the second round.
Speedball
Fraternity speedball teams, playing
in five leagues, will finish play in their
respective leagues next week.
The five league winners will play
an elimination tournament tho decide
the champion. Theta Chi, Delta Up-
silon, Alpha Kappa Lambda, Tau
Kappa Epsilon and Alpha Omega are
all undefeated in their respective
leagues and are favored to be the
finalists.

Spartan Backs
Run Wild T
Beat Manhatt.9
Reynolds, McCrary, A
Warmbein Star As St
Wins 39-0
BOOKLYN, N. Y., Oct. 20 -(i
Michigan State, giant killer of
west, came to Brooklyn today
after staging a track meet of
backfield men, left for further p
of call on the long end of a 39
score, Manhattan college, coal
by Chick Meehan, was the victin
First it was Reynolds, McCrary,
Warmbein. Then came Colina, A
strong and Sebo with Edwards, A
and Wiseman closing out festiv:
This gang gained more yards rus
in two hours than did the mar
at Chateau Thierry and the
was just about as complete.
Scoring in each quarter, State
play in Manhattan's terri
throughout the game. Only Dou
and Kaye, the latter a substitute
seemed able to fathom the visi
play.
When Warmbein, State's tr
threat back, was forced from
game early, Manhattan fans brea
with some relief. But like a
building on Manhattan Isle, bi
and better came the next. Reyn
wiggled his way through the e:
line time after time; Armstrong
juggled the -ball for 10 and 15
gains while the burly fullback di
Jim McCrary, found holes the En
.State Building couldn't fill.
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back to the 25. Sweet was stopped for
no gain. Aug went through right
tackle for two yards. Regeczi punted
to Roberts who was stopped in his
tracks by Hildebrand on Tech's 40-
yard line. Dean kicked to Jennings,
who took the ball on his 26-yard line
and returned it to the 31. Jennings
went through center for a yard as the
quarter ended.
Score: Michigan 0, Georgia Tech. 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Beard replaced Borgmann at right
guard. Hayes went in for Ferguson at
left half. Regeczi faked a kick and'
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First Downs
2 By rushing 4
1 By passing 2
1 Through penalties 1
4 Total 7
Yards Gained from Scrimmage
159 By rushing -16
13 By passing . 27
172 Total 11
Passes
8 Attempted 17
1 Intercepted 1
2 Completed 2
Yards Lost By Penalties
25 Total 25
Punts
38 Average yards 40 /2
18 Average return yards 4
0 Fumbles 2
Own Fumbles
1 recovered 0
Opponents Fumbles
0 Recovered 2

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