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ILL/NI ULtftI
(Continued from Page One)
First Quarter
Vick kicked off to Carney who ran
the ball back to the 30-yard line.
Hellstrom was thrown for a. 5-yard
loss on an end run. Another end run
resulted in -another loss for Illinois,
the ball on the Illinois 23-yard line.
Time out for Wieman.
Wieman continues in the game.
Hellstrom punts to Duke Dunne on
Michigan ,35-yard line. Perrin makes
one yard off right tackle. Usher adds.
two more through guard. Jack Dunn
punts to Bob Fletcher on Illinois 36-
yard line.
Michigan holds .Peden for no gain.
On a fake Illinois play Illinois makes
two yards. Hellstrom punts to Dunn
on Michigan 45-yard line. Perrin fails
to gain around left end. Dunn punts
to Fletcher on Illinois 43-yard line.
Johns goes In for Wieman.
Walquist makes one yard on left end
run. Crangle makes three yards
through center. Michigan penalized
five yards for off-side. First down for
Illinois. Walquist fails to gain
through line. Peden makes two off
guard. A forward pass, Walduist to
Carney, is incomplete. Hellstrom punts
to Dunn on Michigan 15-yard line.
Dunn fails to gain on right end run.
Dunn punts to Fletcher on Michigan's
42-yard line. Fletcher fumbles, Vick
recovers. Michigan's ball. Perrin
makes three yards through left tackle.
Usher adds another three in same way.
Michigan penalized 15 yards for hold-
ing. Ball on Michigan's 33-yard line.
Dunn punts outside on Michigan's 46-
yard line.
Crangle through center for five
yards. Illinois penalized five yards.
Ball on Michigan's 43-yard line. Hell-
strom makes four on wide end run.
Crangle adds three yards through cen-
ter. A forward pass, Walquist to Car-
ney, gains 15 yards and first down.
Walquist thrown for 2-yard loss on
end run. Another pass, Walquist to
Peden, adds:10 yards.'
Another pass incomplete. Michigan's
ball. Dunn punts to Fletcher on Illi-
nois 40-yard line. Crangle makes one
off tackle. End of quarter. Score:
michigan, 0; IllInois, 0.

Perrin makes two through tackle.
Usher adds another through right
guard. Michigan penalized 15 yards
for holding. Ball on Michigan's 2-
yard line. Dunn punts outside on
Michigan's 31-yard line. Walquist
makes five yards off left tackle.
Crangle loses one.
Walquist fails to gain on fake kick
formation. Ralph Fletcher fails to
kick goal from 35-yard line. Michi-

gan'sl
fails

ball on own 20-yard line.
to gain through right

Perrin
tackle.

tackle. An attempted Illinois pass is'
incompleta. Another pass meets the
same fate. Hellstrom kicks over
Michigan goal line. Michigan's ball
on own 2J-yard line.
Perrin hits line for two. Usher adds
another through line. Dunn punts to
Walquist on Michigan's 47-yard line.
Crangle makes two yards through left
tackle. Nelson injured but remains in
game. Ralph Fletcher makes one
yard. A long pass, Walquist to Car-
ney, is stopped by Perrin, but Illinois
is given gain because of Perrin's in-
terference. Crangle and Walquist
make nine yards in three downs.
Bobby Fletcher makes first down by
inches, ball on Michigan's 13-yard
line. Michigan line holds Walquist for
no gain. A forward pass, Walquist to
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Ralph Fletcher, is successful, Fletchert
ging over for a touchdown. Ralph
Vletcher kicks go#i. Score: 3tchi-.
gan, 6; Illinois, 7.
Steketee for Nelson. Steketee kicks
off to Walquist who returns ball to
25-yard line. Crangle hits center for
four yards. Walquist makes one more.
Ralph Fletcher makes first down on
Illinois' 37-yard line. Crangle makes
three more off tackle.
Bobby Fletcher stopped on line
plunge. Ralph Fletcher makes first
down. Ball on 50-yard line. Crangle
makes three through left tackle. Wal-
quist thrown for no gain. Ralph
Fletcher thrown for no gain by Goetz.
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Usher makes five yards through right
tackle. Usher adds another one yard
through same hole.
Dunn punts to Walquist, who is
thrown in his tracks on Illinois' 40-
yard line. Ralph Fletcher plunges for
two. Crangle makes four more
through right guard. Ralph Fletcher
makes first down on 50-yard line. Wal-
quist loses half a yard on line plunge.
Crangle romps through line for
three, A pass, Walquist to Crangle,
is incomplete. Hellstrom punts to
Dunn on Michigan's 15-yard line.
Dunn thrown for 1-yard loss on end
run. Usher goes through line for five.
Dunn punts to Fletcher who returns'
ball 20 yards to Michigan's 35-yard
line. Fletcher makes four through
right guard.
Ralph Fletcher adds three more
through left tackle. Ralph Fletcher
makes long gain but Illinois penalized
15 yards for holding. Nelson hurt, but
continues in game. A 35-yard pass,
Walquist to Hellstrom, is blocked by
Dunn. Hellstrom fails in attempted
drop kick, Nelson recovering on Mich-
igan's 28-yard line.
Usher goes through guard for three.
Perrin adds three more through right
tackle. Usher stopped on line plunge.
Dunn punts outside on 50-yard line.
Per in barely blocks pass, Walquist to
Hellstrom. Another pass is success-
ful, Walquist to Carney, making 10
yards.
Jack Dunn intercepts.pass, and runs{
75 yards for touchdown. Jack Dunn
fails to kick goal. Michigan's wonder.
ful blocking made the little quarter-
back's run possible. Score: MiHei-
gan, 6; llinois, 0.
SECOND HALF
Illinois kicks off to Perrin on Mich-
igan's 19-yard line. Dunn punts out-
side on Michigan's 42-yard line. Ralph
Fletcher makes five yards around
right end. Crangle makes two more
through line. - Attempted pass, Wal-
quist to Hellstrom, is incomplete. Hell-
strom punts to Dunn on Michigan's
7-yard line. Usher fails to gain around
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ped on left end run by Goebel. 41-yard line.
kc stops attempted forward pass.
istrom punts to Jack Dunn, who b Cappon tackles Bobbyaletcher hard
ackled in his tracks. Ball on Mich- but after having his head bandaged he
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Crangle makes two yards off left
errin loses one yard on end run.
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