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PAGE SIX THE M I CHIGAN DAILY
after gaining six yards Wetzel kicked the extra point. Beltz was go
P made three more before Amrine stop- Score: Ohio 34, Michigan 0. of first dot
P ~ayw ~ =P~ A c oun a mped him. Beltz poge for first G. Kabealo replaced Jones for Ohio, 1 Bolas who w
pd- lie. . uat center. Triplehorn and Nelson the play wa
-i. CCO ---~ ----a- - dw him. elt plo-yhrdi foirsty went into the Michigan backfield. penalized 15
(Continued from Page 3) Regeczi hit center for a yad. Re- carrying the ball to the 29-yard line took Dye's pass on the 15-yard line Remias kicked off to Ohio's 35-yard ting the ball
25-yard line. The referee took time ' geezi passed to Patanelli on Ohio's where Ward hit him. Fisch passed and ran over for a touchdown. Scott line. Bettridge was stopped by Jac- George repl
out to escort a stray canine from 36-yard line for first down. Rees to Bettridge for eight yards. Wetzel replaced Hamrick, Kleinbans replaced obson after making four yards. Dye replaced G.
the field. Wetzel hit tackle for five replaced Busich at end for Ohio. plunged for first down on the 40-yard Cumiskey, Yards replaced Haare, and was smothered for a five-yard loss kicked to Mi
yards, Borgmann getting him. An- Regeczi plunged for a yard, Ham- marker. Fisch's long pass was in- McAfee replaced Wetzel. Buisch after fumbling. Dye's short pass to Triplehorn
tenucci picked up two before Hanshue rick stopping him. Regeczi's long complete. A lateral pass, Fisch to---.
hit him. Karcher punted to Michigan's pass to the goal line was incomplete. Cox to Wetzel, was called back for
39-yard line, where Wendt downed Haare stopped Regeczi for a yard no gain, and then Fisch's pass to An-
the ball. loss on an end run. Regeczi was tenucci was incomplete. Wetzel punt-
Wendt stopped Everhardus after a tossed for a 15-yard loss on his own ed to Michigan's 18-yard line, where
yard gain. Regeczi's pass was knocked 47-yard line on an attempted pass, Jennings was downed by Hamrick.
down by Smith. Another Regeczi pass Ohio State taking the ball. Monahan stopped Everhardus for
failed. Cox replaced Rees at end for McAfee's pass was knocked down no gain. Michigan took time out.
Ohio, and Savage was substituted for by Jennings. Austin knocked McAfee Cumiskey replaced Wendt at end,
Ward at end for Michigan. Oliver for a yard loss. A lateral forward, and Beltz replaced Antenucci at hal
replaced Ford at center for Michigan- Pincura to Wendt, took the ball to for Ohio. Savage went in for Ward
Regeczi punted to Dye on Ohio's 15- Michigan's 10-yard line. McAfee at end for Michigan. Regeczi made
yard line as the half ended. crashed to the 5-yard line as the two. Regeczi punted to Fisch who
Score: Ohio 13; Michigan 0.tw.RgzipnetoFsh hoOHo l
period ended. made a fair catch on his own 43-yard
THIRD PERIOD l Segre: Ohio 13, Michigan 0. line.
Ward kicked to Heekin over Ohio's FOURTH PERIOD Bettridge cut through for six yards,
goal, and Borgmann got him on the Wetzel replaced McAfee at full, and before Remias stopped him. Jen-
15-yard line. J. Smith replaced Bou- Monahan replaced Karcher at guard, nings knocked down Fisch's long pass. S
two, B ann maing th tacne and Roush replaced I. Smith at guard Beltz circled right end for first down
two, Borgmann making the tackle for Ohio. Ward replaced Savage at on the Michigan 35-yard line. Being
Wetzel ploughed for four yards, Han- d for Michigan, and Everhardus run out of bounds. Wetzel made
shue getting him. Heekin slid offnfive yards Remias stopping him. An-
l i n e .n e ttifhv eoy a r d sxe m i asns t o p p i ngnh i m .,A n
tackle for first down onathe 26-yard replaced hartt in the back long ass C aece
Everhardus getting him. Heekin made bOhio. Beltz went to the 18-yard ine,
one before Borgmann and Remias hit I line for an Ohio touchdown. Mona- Ohi. stppvnt to t 1a ne
him. Wetzel kicked to Michigan's 43- han kicked the extra point. Remias stopping him. It was another
yard line where Monahan downed it. Score: Ohio 20, Michigan 0. fis doy"n Viergve.as rt on
Regeczi lost one when Monahan Bettridge replaced Smith, Cox re- the play and Michigan took time out.
smothered him. Everhardus plunged placed Rees, and Fisch replaced Pin- Karcher replaced Monahan at guardr
for three yards. Regeczi punted out cura for Ohio. Ward kicked to and Dye replaced Fisch at quarter-
of bounds on curasfor-yOhio.nWard ;kicked""to An-
of bounds on Ohio's 22-yard line. tenucci on Ohio's goal line, and Re- for Ohio.
J. Kabealo replaced Wetzel at full-,mias stopped him on the 20-yard Hanshue replaced Viergever at . .:,
back for Ohio. Remias stopped Hee- marker. Bettridge circled end for tackle. Bolas replaced Jennings at t is " "^°;r<S
kin after a six-yard gain around end, nine yards, going out of bounds. Sears quarter and Oliver replaced Regeczi
Heekin made another yard, Regeczi replaced Beard at guard for Michigan. at full for Michigan. Dye skirted end th Cl
stopping him. Kabealo was smothered Wetzel ploughed for first down on for eight yards, and Wetzel was stop-
on a spinner, losing one. Kabealo the 34-yard line. Fisch's pass was ped on the line of scrimmage. Beltz - you k
punted to Jennings on Michigan's 30- knocked down by Patanelli. Fisch, was stopped for no gain by Patanelli. - --
yard line and he ran it back 10 yards. standing on his own 25-yard line Dye's pass -was blocked by Patanelli We recommend
Jones broke through to stop Ever- passed to Wendt, who went over un- and Michigan took the ball on the 11-'r?> .".
hardus with a yard .loss. Everhardus touched for a touchdown. Monahan yard line. Oliver punted from his ngs yu mah
hit tackle for no gain. Hamrick stop-. kicked goal. goal line and Dye ran it back to your clothes f
ping him. Regeczi kicked 70 yards Score: Ohio 27, Michigan 0. Michigan's 46-yard line, where Han-Ourclothes f
in the air over Ohio's goal. The Buck- Neal replaced Roush at guard for shue hit him. -
eyes took the ball on the 20-yard Ohio. Ward kicked off, Antenucci Bettridge was stopped by Savage Pressing preserv
li.th cut through tackle for two _as insuring its
yards, Jacobson hitting him. Heek- -
in made seven yards before Patanelli AYBr d
dondhnAre You Bothered By AL"P
Borgmann recovered for Michigan FALLPLBPN
on Ohio's 28-yard line as a backfield FAULTY PLUMBING?
pass went bad. Regeczi passed to CUFFS CARE
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center for Michigan. Heekin made _ _ _ __ _ _ __n
three before Amrine stopped him.
Heekin vaulted over the line for first
down on the 26-yard line. McAfee THE ORATORICAL ASSOCIATION
fumbled and recovered for a four- TO feel well
yard loss. A lateral, Smith to Heekin,
lost one and Ohio took time out. presents Clothes G
Heekin was hurt on the play. Beard
replaced Hanshue at tackle for Mich- LYMAN BE EC H E R
igan, and Antenucci replaced Heekin
at half for Ohio. Barnett replaced
Everhardus at half for the Wolver-
ines. Karcher punted to Jennings
on Michigan's 32-yard line, and he speaking on
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fd for 14 yards, just short
I'n. Karcher kicked to
as stopped on his 22, but
s called back and Ohio
yards for holding, put-
l on Ohio's 29-yard line.
aced Yards, and Miller
Kabealo, and Karcher
chigan's 23-yard line.
raced for eight, and

then a long pass by Nelson was
knocked down by Dye.
Remias was stoppde by Neal after
a yard gain. Nelson kicked to Dye
who was downed on his own 4-yard
marker. Dye was hurt on the play
and Ohio took time out. J. Kabealo
replaced Dye in the Ohio backfield.
McAfee made four yards as the game
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