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24, 1925

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE

Play-By-Play Story Of Game Reveals Mass Strength O

f Ohio

Victors Tally
With Ease In
EveryPeriod
Wolverines No Match Foi
Deception And Power O1
Touted Scarlet Scourge
By THOMAS E. GROEHN
The detailed play-by-play accoun
of the Ohio State-Michigan gam
shows how completely the Buckeye
dominated the play. Capt. Gome
Jones of Ohio won the toss and elect-
ed to kick off.rThere was no win
as the game started.
FIRST UARTER
With Pincura holding the ball
George kicked off to Patanelli whc
fumbled but recovered on the Michi-
gan 35-yard line. Campbell lost twc
yards and Remias gained two. Ren-
ner's punt was taken by Pincura or
the Ohio 17-yard line. McDonal
fumbled on a try into the line and
Michigan recovered. Campbell lost a
yard and a pass to Patanelli was in-
complete. Remias tried for a field
goal but the kick was short by about
five feet, the ball going to Ohio on
its 20-yard line.
Boucher on a reverse from Wendt
was stopped without gain and Heekin
then went around end for 26 yards
and a first down. McDonald drove
through the middle of the line for
eight yards and then picked up one
more. Heekin sliced off tackle for a
first down on the Michigan 42. Mc-
Donald gained a yard at tackle and on
a long pass from Pincura to Heekin
Ohio gained 29 yards. It was first
down on the Michigan 13-yard line.
McDonald failed to gain and Camp-
bell recovered Boucher's fumble on
the 10-yard line. Ohio tok time out.
Campbell picked up two yards and
then hit the line for two more. Ren-
ner punted to Pincura on the Ohio
36-yard line who returned it five
yards. Pincura passed to Rees for
30 yards and Heekin failed to gain.
Bettridge made five and Smithers
then intercepted Pincura's pass and
ran it back to the Michigan 10-yard
line.
Campbell hit left tackle for no
gain. Renner punted thirty
yards to Pincura who was downed
after a 10 yard return. Bettridge
slashed off tackle for two yards
after which an attempted pass to
him went over his head. Bet-
tridge smashed through Michi-
gan's line for a first down on the
Wolverine 13. Bettridge dropped
a pass from Dye. Heekin drove
over right tackle for nine yards.
Heekin plunged to Michigan's
two yard stripe. Bettridge then
carried the ball to the one-half
yard line. Heekin crashed
through left tackle for the touch-
down. Beltz replaced Rees but
failed to convert. Score: Ohio 6,
Michigan 0.
McDonald's first kick-off went
outside. His second kick was
taken by Renner who returned it
to his own 34. Everhardus drove
through the center of the line for
six ,yards. Dye received Renner's
punt on his own 25 yard stripe
and sprinted 75 yards down the
east sideline for Ohio's second
touchdown. Busich kicked the
point after touchdown. Score:
Ohio 13. Michigan 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Ohio kicked-off to Renner who re-
I.

Scores Two Touchdowns In Ohio Victory

Dick Heekin, yesterday proved to be both a spearhead in the famed
Scarlet Scourge's running attark and the pivot man in most of Ohio's
bewildering lateral pass plays.. Ileekin twice drove through the valiant
Michigan line for touchdowns when it looked as if the vaunted Ohio
powerhouse would be stopped on the goal line and put on a brilliant
exhibition of open field running in several instances when he ran the
Michigan ends.

Everhardus who gained 18 yards.
two yards.
Michigan was given a first down
when Ohio interfered on Renner's
pass to Ellis. Everhardus caught a
short pass from Renner and made
another first down on Ohio's 40.
Ellis fumbled the ball on the Statue
of Liberty play with Renner attempt-
ing the fake pass. Ohio recovered.
Boucher hit the line for two yards.
Savage broke through the whole Ohio
team to swill Boucher for a three-yard
loss. Dye passed to Heekin but Ren-
ner came in fast to break it up. Kar-
cher kicked to Everhardus who re-
turned the ball from the 15 to the
25-yard line. Everhardus cut through
tackle for two yards. Everhardus'
fumble was recovered by Ohio.
McDonald tore through center
fcr five yards. Boucher added
two more at left tackle. McDon-
ald made it first down on Mich-
igan's 17-yard stripe. Boucher
drove over left guard for a touch-
down. McDonald's attempt for
the extra point hit the left field
geal post. Score: Ohio 25, Mich-
igan 0.
Everhardus kicked to Williams who
ran it back to the 24-yard marker.
Boucher crashed through for five
yards. Boucher added three more.
Williams gained a yard. Boucher
punted to Barclay who ceught the
ball on Michigan's 3x-yard line.
Ritchie lost three yards on an at-
tempted wide end run. Barclay was
stopped for no gain. Campbell kicked
to Williams. Pincura forward passed
to Wendt who lateraled to McDonald
who was finally brought down after
making 12 yards. Williams ran to
Michigan's 24 before being tackled
by Sobsey, as the third quarter ended.
FOURTH QUARTER
Waslik passed to Busich, who
lateralled to McDonald, who lat-
craled back to Waslik, who re- '
versed his field and ran 30 yards t
for a touchdown. Score: Ohio,
31, Michigan 0.
Aug replaced Smithers in the Mich-'
igan backfield. Ritchie got up to the
25-yard line. Renner made a yard.
Ritchie lost three yards. Renner
kicked to Waslik, who brought the'
ball back to the Michigan 47-yard
stripe. Ritchie tackled Bettridge for
a yard loss. Beltz made 15 yards be-
fore being stopped by Ritchie. '
Fish recovered a bad toss from
center for a loss of 8 yards. Waslik
passed to Busich, who was hit by1
Remias after making 5 yards. Ritchie
intercepted Waslik's pass. Ritchie
lost a half-yard trying to skirt the
left end. Renner's pass to Remias
was incomplete. Renner punted to
Waslik, who was downed on the Mich-3
igan 40-yard line.
Waslik passed to Rees, who was
stopped by Renner after making
a first down. Boucher carried the
ball for a yard gain. Pincura's
pass was ruled incomplete. Heek-
in passed to Pincura, who made
a first down. Boucher was stop-
ped by Renner and Ritchie after
a 3-yard gain. Pincura passed
to Busich, who lateralled to
Fisch, who lateralled back to
Pincura, for first down. Fisch

Minnesota 33, Wisconsin 7.
Indiana 7, Purdue 0.
Iowa 0, Northwestern 0.
Chicago 7, Illinois 6.
Notre Dame 20, U. S. C. 13.
Princeton 26, Dartmouth 6.
Yale 14, Harvard 7.
Bucknell 2, Penn State 0.
Columbia 18, Brown 0.
Duquesne 13, Detroit 6.
Colgate 27, Rutgers 0.
Villanova 21, Temple 14.
Washington U. (Mo.) 39, Oklahoma
A & M. 13.
Kansas St. 7, Missouri 7.
Auburn 19, Georgia 7.
Georgia Tech 39, Florida 6.
Mississippi 6, Centenary 0.
Mississippi St. 25, Sewanee 0.
Duke 7, North Carolina St. 0.
Oregon St. 0, Montana 0.
Southern Methodist 10, Baylor 0.
Texas Christian 27, Rice 6.
West Virginia 51, Wash. & Jeff. 12.
Maryland 12, Georgetown 6.
Boston College 25, Boston U. 6.
Stanford 13, California 0.
Oregon 7, Washington St. 6.
U. C. L . A. 14, Loyola 6.
made 3-yards, Boucher made a
yard. Heekin drove over for a
touchdown. Busich kicked the
extra point. Score, Ohio, 38,
Michigan 0.
Boucher ran back the kickoff to
his on 40-yard line. Heekin went
through the line for 8-yards. Bouch-
er was stopped for no gain. Heekin
carried the ball to Michigan's 40-yard
line for another first down. Boucher
made 7-yards. Pincura made a first
down on an end run. Pincura was
stopped after a four-yard gain. Ohio
made a touchdown on the next play
but the ball was called back and
Ohio was given an offside penalty.
Boucher was run out of bounds by
Campbell after making 2-yards. Dye
passed to Busich, who was brought
down by Schuman after he had made
a yard. Dye threw a forward pass
over the goal line. Renner passed to
Campbell for no gain. Renner passed
to Aug for no gain. Renner kicked out
of bounds on Ohio's 43-yard line.
Miller made nine yards. Dye's pass
was incomplete. Kabealo lost a yard.
Kabealo punted out of bounds on
Michigan's eight yard line. Ohio was
penalized five yards for being offside.
Campbell made two yards. Michigan
made a first down as the game ended.
Final score: Ohio State 38,
Michigan 0.
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Of Michigan's All-Big Ten Ends
By RICHARD LaMARCA In 1934 Patanelli received the Chi-
Matt Patanelli's selection as an lcago Alumni Trophy as the most
end on this year's Big Ten coaches' promising freshman prospect.
All-Conference team adds another Throughout the season he has b-en
to the list of Michigan flankers who one of the stalwarts on defense. De-
have gained All-Big Ten and some- spite the fine array of backs that
times All-American honors.
sshave opposed the Wolverines, he fre-
Bennie Oosterbaan, rated unani-
mcusly as Michigan's greatest end, quently has managed to sift through
heads the list having gained both and nail the runner behind the line
All-Conference and All-American of scrimmage. Even when he failed
honors in '25, '26, and '27. to make the tackle Patanelli broke
"glop" Flora another fine end, an- ie the charging interference to allow
op~' Flora. another ieed defensive backs to stop the oppo-
nexed conference honors during Oos- nent's progress
I tcrbaan's reign. "Ivy" Williamson, Hns progress.
who is considered the best end since His blocking and pass receiving
Oosterbaan, made the All-Big Ten have proved to be a very important
team in '31 and '32. The most re- cog in the Wolverine offense. A na-
cent selection was Ted Petoskey on tive of Elkhart, Ind., Pat will prob-
the '33 Conference team. Ted was ably never be forgiven for pouncing
also picked on the All-American ag- on Vern Huffman's fumble in the
gregation drawn up by the All-Amer- Indiana end zone for Michigan's only
ican Board. and winning touchdown.
Patanelli was placed at left end, -- - "-
Merle Wendt, Ohio State's ace right
end, was back again this year, along
with Ed. Widseth, Minnesota's star
tackle, and Jay Berwanger of Chicago
now considered as one of the best
backs ever produced in the Western
Conference.

Matt Patanelli Increases List .

Are You Ready For Tnat
First Real Snow?

turned from his own 15 to 29 yard
stripe. Everhardus took the ball for
three yards. Renner wipped a pass
to Smithers for 25 yards. Everhardus
cut over right tackle for three yards.
Renner's pass to Patanelli went over
his head. Renner kicked out of
bounds on the 16 yard line. Mc-
Donald hammered the line for five
yards. Boucher was nailed after a
yard gain. Ohio punted to Ever-
hardus who advanced the ball to his
own 45. Everhardus slipped through
center for three yards.
Jones knocked Renner's pass into
Busich's hands on Michigan's 40.
Dye's pass to Boucher neted 22 yards.
McDonald smashed through for eight
yards. Boucher made a first down on
Michigan's 28. Busich fumbled Dye's
pass. Dye lateraled to Boucher who
was run out of bounds by Renner on
Michigan's 15 yard marker. Remias
tackled Williams for a yard loss on a
wide end sweep. William completed
a shovel pass to McDonald who lat-
eraled to Boucher for no gain. Wil-
liams passed to Cummiskey who
fumbled the ball over the goal line.
Dye's pass to Boucher was batted
down by Rinaldi.I
Remias hit a stone wall at the cen-
ter of the line. Remias crashed over
right guard for three and half yards.
Renner kicked 45 yards to Williams
who raced 48 yards to Michigan's 26.
Michigan called time out. Renner
broke through to nail Williams for a
eight yard loss. Patanelli smothered
Pincura before he could get the pass,
away. Pincura passed to Wendt for
12 yards. Pincura's toss to Williams
failed to gain and Michigan took the
ball on downs.
Renner's pass to Savage who was
in the clear was short. Smithers
snared Renner's pass for 13 yards and
a first down. Everhardus made three
through the line.-
Ohio recovered Rinaldi's bad 1

pass from center. Pincura hit
the line for four yards. Pincura
handed the ball to Rees who
went for three. Pincura's pass to
Bettridge netted a first down.
Bettridge made six yards in two
successive trys. Pincura heaved
a pass to Bettridge for a touch-
down. Score: Ohio, 19; Michi-
gan, 0.
Patanelli received the kick-off on
the 29 yard line and carried it to
the 40. Rennet's pass intended for
Patanelli was grounded. An at-
tempted pass from Renner to Ever-
hardus failed. Renner's pass to Sav-
age was no good. Renner punted 45
yards to Waslick who returned it 10
yards. Kabealo smashed over left
guard for five yards as the half ended.
Score: Ohio 19, Michigan 0.
THIRD QUARTER
On the kick-off Ellis brought the
ball back from his own 7 to the 34.
Everhardus lost five yards on a wide
end sweep. Everhardus plunged over
center for two yards. Renner punt-
ed 40 yards to Dye who carried it back
12 yards. Boucher skirted left end
for a touchdown but it was called
backas Ohio drew a fifteen-yard
penalty for illegal use of the hands.
Kebealo made three through the cen-
ter of the line. With a half yard
to go Heekin broke away to Mich-
igan's 35-yard line before being
stopped.
Boucher rounded right end for
seven yards as Everhardus knocked
him out of bounds. Kabealo made it
a first down on the Michiga~n 26.
Dye passed over the goal line before
being smothered. Dye flipped a pass
to Boucher for a yard gain. Dye's
pass intended for Heekin went over
his head. Again Dye's pass to Hee-
kin was too far. Michigan took the
ball on downs. Everhardus made a
yard through center. Patanelli took
Renner's pass and then lateraled to

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