1R BY MICHIGAN
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making two during the entire game.
Both teams tried the forward pass
formations but the slippery field and
ball made it impossible to work them
successfully. Nebraska worked one
pass for a 30-yard gain.
Froemke, with his 90-yard run for
a touchdown, Weston, Wieman and
Hanish, with their gains on line
smashes, Boyd, Lambert and Goodsell
with their defensive work head
Michigan's stardom list today.
Munn, Rhodes, McMahon and Schel-
lenberg did the big work for Nebrsaka.
Play by quarters:
Michigan won the toss and chose
to defend the west goal. Riddle kick-
ed off for Nebraska to Weston who re-
turned to the 25 yard line. Wieman
made a yard. Weston added two
yards. Wieman punted to Cook who
was downed onI the 30 yard line.
Michigan was penalized 15 yards for
holding. Dobson made 15 yards
through left tackle. Schellenberg
failed to gain. Dobson made a yard.
McMahon added two yards. Dobson
failed to gain and the ball went over.
Wieman and Hanish made it first
down. Michigan was held and Wie-
man punted to Dobson who was
thrown on his own'*30 yard line.
Nebraska was penalized,.15 yards for
holding. Dobson punted to Weston
who fumbled, Shaw recovering on
Michigan's 20 yard line. Schellenberg
made two yards. Dobson fumbled and
Froemke recovered, running 90 yards
for a touchdown. Score: Michigan 6,'
Nebraska 0. Wieman goaled. Score:
Michigan 7, Nebraska 0. Riddle kick-
ed off to Froemke who returned 47,
yards to midfield. Michigan was held;
and Wieman punted out of bounds on.
Nebraska's 20 yard line. End of firstl
Wieman held. Cruse plunged for four,
Time out for Munn. Young replaces
Munn. Wieman made one. Wieman
failed at field goal from 15 yard line.
.Schellenberg made two. Dobson held
for no gain. Dobson failed to gain
through line. Dobson punted to Cruse
who returned 20 yards to Nebraska's
20 yard line. Cruse hit tackle for
seven. Hanish added five around end.
Cruse made eight off right tackle.
Wieman fumbled and lost a yard.
Cruse made a yard. Michigan
penalized fifteen yards for hold-
ing. Weston ran ten on fake pass.
Wieman kicked a field goal from 17
yard line. Score: Micrigan 17, Ne-
rison for Fortune, Bonar for Goetz.
OFFICIALS: Snyder, Harvard, ref-
eree; Fultz, Brown, umpire; Durfee
Williams, field judge. Time of quar-
ters, 15 minutes. ~
MICHIGAN REISH HUMBLE
AGSIE YEARINGS 21 TO 0
USHER SCORES TWICE AND. UR-
RAIN FORCES POSTPONMENT
OF CROSS-COUNTRY TRYOUTS
Coach "Steve" Farrell was compell-
ed to call -off the elimination cross-
country meet which was scheduled for
10:30 o'clock yesterday morning, be-
cause of the heavy rain which has
been falling for the last few days.
The postponed event will probably
take place some day next week. This
will decide who is to take the trip to
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Culver kicked off to McMahon who
was thrown on 30 yard line. Mc-
Mahon made 20 yards around left end.
Schellenberg lost three yards on at-
ed to gain and ball went over. Dobson
more on other end. On triple pass
Rhodes lost two yards more. Dobson
punted to Weston on 30 yard line.
Time out for Weston. He sticks. Cruse
plunged for three. Wieman made five.
through center. Westofr made a yard.
Third quarter ends. Score: Michigan,
17, Nebraska 0.
DeTeau replaces Young. Cruse made
it first down. Cruse failed to gain.
Hanish made three. Cruse plunged
for three. Nebraska penalized 15
yards for rough play. Cruse made five.
Wieman fumbled and Lambert recov-
ered. Wieman made two. Cruse fail-
ed to ain and ball went over. Dobson
made a yard. Schellenberg added
three. McMahon lost a yard. Dobson
punted out of bounds on own 41 yard
line. Cruse made five. Wieman add-
ed two. Michigan penalized five yards
for off side. Rye for Cruse. Rye
made five. Wieman punted out of
bounds on one yard line. Genebach
'for Rye. Bonar for Goetz. Dobson
punted to Weston who was thrown
on 32 yard line. Kellogg for Schellen-
berg. Genebach plunged for five. Wie-
man added two. Morrison for Fortune.
Wieman made first down. Weston ran
15 yards around right end. Ball on
six yard line. Hanish plunged for five.'
Michigan penalized five yards. Wie-
man fumbled and lost a yard. Weston
made a yard. Wieman made a yard.
Wieman kicked a field goal from 12
yard line. Score: Michigan 20, Nebras-
Culver kicked off to Kellogg on 40
yard line. Forward pass, Dobson to
Hubka, made 30 yards. McMahon
made six around end. Kellogg made#
a yard on a. triple pass. Dobson's
pass failed. Another pass by Mc-
Mahon was grounded. Pass by Kel-
logg grounded. Game called. Score :
Michigan 20, Nebraska 0.
M. A. C. All-fresh went down to de-
feat at the hands of Coach Mitchell's
yearlings on Ferry field yesterday aft-
ernoon to the tune of 21 to 0.
Many spectators braved the driv-
ing rain and the bitter cold to watch
the Michigan team trample over the
Farmers. The train from Lansing
was late and the game was delayed
for 45 minutes.
Michigan won the toss and chose
to defend the south goal. The first
touchdown came immediately after
the kickoff, after a beautiful run by
UVrschell and a plunge over hte line
by Usher. Fletcher kicked the goal.
The second counter came in the
same quarter. After kicking to M. A.
C., and forcing them to punt after
four downs, the freshmen marched
straight down the field and across
the line. Usher carrying the ball.
Fletcher kicked goal.
Coming back after this bad start,
the yearlings from Lansing took
brace and prevented Mitchell's men
from again scoring until the third
quarter. At no time, however, was
the University of Michigan freshmen's
goal line in danger.
The final counter of the game came
as a result of a pretty piece of foot-
ball playing. Urschell took the ball
from center on his own forty yard
line, and ended up by putting it be-
tween the enemy's goal posts, dodg-
ing, twisting, turning, sidestepping
walking out of the arms of tacklers
and bouncing off their shoulders.
Fletcher again kicked goal.
Thus the much heralded freshmen's
rivals went down to defeat at the
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Nebraska was held for downs and
Dobson punted to Wieman on Nebras-
ka's 32 yard line. Nebraska was pen-
aziled 15 yards for rough play.
Wieman ,made one. Weston added
a yard. On a fake place kick, Weston
ran the ball to the three-yard line Wie-
man fumbled and Shaw recovered on
one yard line. Dobson punted to
Weston who was downed on 54 yard
line. Wieman plunged for two. ;For-
ward pass from Goetz to Boyd failed.
Wieman ,fumbled and recovered for a
yard loss. Michigan penalized 15 yards
for holding. Froemke lost a yard on
wide end run. Wieman punted to Cook
who was downed on five yard line
Dobson punted out of bounds on 30
yard line. Hanish plunged through
center for -25 yards. Hanish made a
yard. Wieman made three yards.
Weston made a yard. Ball on one yard
line. Wieman went through right
tackle for a touchdown. Score: Mich-
igan 13. Nebraska 0. Wkeman goal-
ed. Score: Michigan 14. Nebraska 0..
Culver kicked off for Michigan to
McMahon who ran the ball back to
midfield. Michigan penalized 15 yards
for rough play. Schellenberg made
two. Dobson fumbled and Lambert
recovered for Michigan on 30 yard
line. Wieman fumbled and Lambert
recovered again on 40 yard line. Wie-
man made eight. Michigan penalized
15 yards for holding. DeTeau takes
Munn's place. Wieman punted to
Cook who was thrown on 35 yard line.
Forward pass failed. Another pass
from Dobson failed and half ended
with ball in Nebraska's possession on
own 35 yard line. Score: Michigan 14,
Munn kicked off to Froemke who
returned to 37 yard line. Munn re-
placed DeTeau to start quarter. Han-
ish made six. Froemke made ten off
tackle. Wieman made two. Froemke
made three. Time out for Froemke.
Cruse replaced Froemke. Wieman
made 15 yards through center. Wie-
man plunged for two. Weston added
one. Weston made five on a fake
pass. Wieman made it -first down
through center. Ball on 14 yard line.
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MICHIGAN 20.........NEBRASKA 0
Weske . ..........R.T.... Shaw, capt.
Boyd..... .....R.E... ....Hubka
Froemke ........ L.H....... McMahon
Hanish'. ...... . ... R.H....... Dobson
SCORE BY QUARTERS
NEBRASKA .... .....0-0-0-0- 0
Touchdowns: Froemke and Wie-
Goals and touchdowns: Wieman, 2.
Goals from field: Wieman, 2.
Substitutions: DeTeau, for Munn,
Munn for DeTeau, Deteau for Young,.
Kellogg for Day, Cruse for Froemke,
Rye for Cruse, Genebach for Rye, Mor-
xichigan, 21 M. A. C., 0
Culver ...........L.T...... Macgregor
Henry ... .......L.G......... LaFond
MacNickol ........ C...........Parks
Lent ...........R.G......... Putman
Peocock ...... .R.T...........Leach
Urschell .........Q........... Eidlitz
Bailey ..........R.H....... Mueller
Score by quarters:
Mrich. Fresh .... 14 0 0 7-21
M. A. C. Fresh..... 0 0 0 0-0
Substitutions - Michigan : Hobbs,
VonWagner, Reed, Karpus, Tinchur,
Freeman, Britton and Clippert.
Officials-Referee, Lawton, Michi-
gan; umpire, Sampson, Ypsilanti;
timekeeper, Emery, Michigan; head-
linesman, Parrin, Michigan. Time of
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