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SEPTEMBER 23 - Manchester 6, Kalamazoo 18
Even though the Spartans had possession of the ball the majority of the
time, they were able to get it over the goal line but once. Manchester
carried the ball 508 yards and the opponents carried the pigskin only 60
OCTOBER 1 - Manchester 7, DePauw 6
The M. C. gridmen journeyed to Greencastle to down the Tigers to the tune
of 7 to 6. Piper carried the ball to the three-yard line and Watts plunged
over the goal line for the Winning touchdown. The game was predomi-
nated by fight and pep galore.
OCTOBER 8 - Manchester 213 Grand Rapids 0
In the first home game of the 1932 grid season, the Spartans fought their
way to a victory, leaving the visiting warriors scoreless. Piper played a
spectacular game with his long zig-zag runs, the entire squad showed them-
selves to be in great form.
OCTOBER 15 - Manchester 21g Central Normal 0 - Homecoming
The second home game proved to be another game in which the M. C. Spar-
tans left their visitors with a zero to take home with them. On an ideal
football afternoon, every man out for the sport, was given a chance to play.
"Pepper" Martin carried the day's honors.
OCTOBER 29 - Manchester 20, Ball State 0
The Bulldogs, though they put up a persistent and strong tight, fell before
the Manchester grid-men and were left scoreless at the finish of the game.
lVluncie's passes brought them success, but Piper, Yarger, and the other
Spartans were too much for Ball State.
NOVEMBER 5 - Manchester 143 Terre Haute 0
The M. C. Football men visited the Terre Haute grid stars and came home
with a fourth successive O in the star of their opponents' crowns. The game
was full of tight and stood out as a fast and interesting game. Piper again
led the Alma Mater to victory.
NOVEMBER 12-Manchester 13, Bluffton 7
The Spartans and Beavers fought on a snow covered tield and. in spite of
bad weather conditions, had a good, fast, and peppy game. Denlinger and
Piper starred for their team and school. and the entire team ended the 1932
grid season with a sixth successive victory for M. C.
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