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October 21, 1934 - Image 6

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ount Of Michigan Victory
elli. McKay was stopped for no gain. nine yards around his own right end. in the stomach on the last play, was
On this play Tech was off-side but Perkerson made it a first down, gain- replaced by Shaw.
Michigan declined the penalty. Mc- ing a yard on a reverse through his Martin fumbled a bad pass from
Kay's punt was dawned by Boulware own left tackle. Martin, on a reverse, 'center. Wilcox recovered for Georgia
on Michigan's 27-yard line. The ball went around right end, to Michigan's Tech for a four-yard loss. Phillips'
was called back and Georgia Tech 18-yard line. Beard replaced Jacob- pass was short. Dean missed another
penalized 15 yards for holding. McKay son. Aug replaced Ellis. bad pass from center and recovered on
faded a punt and attempted to pass. Martin fumbled and recovered on his own four-yard line. But the ball
He was tackled behind his own goal the 26-yard line. Perkerson picked up was called back and Michigan, pen-
line by Savage for a safy as the four yards. On a double reverse Mar- alized five yards for being off-side.
quarter ended. tin faded back to pass and was thrown Dean carried the ball for a 25-yard
Score: Michigan 9, Georgia Tech 0. by Viergever and Hildebrand on Mich- gain. But the ball was dead. It was
FOURTH QUARTER igan's 42. Dean kicked over the goal brought back and Michigan was pen-
Dean replaced Brittain. Tech free- line for a touchback. Sweet gained two alized five yards for being off-side.:
kicked from its own 20. Dean kicked yards. Sweet fought his way to the 27- Boyd and Hayes came in for Martin
out of bounds on Michigan's 31. Ellis yard line for a five-yard gain. Regeczi . and Roberts.
lost six yards around end. The ball was kicked to Roberts on Tech's 25; Rob- Phillips ,passed over Hayes' head.
called back and Michigan was penal- erts was stopped on his own 28. Time i Dean kicked to Jennings, who re-
ized 15 yards for holding. Sweet picked out for Tech. Lyons, who was kicked turned the ball four yards from his
up a yard. Regeczi's punt was blocked
by Thompson. The ball rolled through -- - -
the end zone and into the stands for SPECIAL
a safety. TWO 10c SCRIPTO PENCILS - - - 20c 30c VALUE
Score: Michigan 9, Georgia Tech 2. ONE 10c SCRIPTO LEADS - - - - 10c FOR 25c
Michigan free-kicked from its own STUDENTS SUPPLY STORE
20. Regeczi booted to Phillips whol ST DET}S PPYST R
took the ball on Michigan's 49-yard ' __ 1111 SOUTH UNIVERSITY AVENUE I
line. The ball was called back and
Michigan was allowed to kick over


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