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ILLINOIS ALSO STARTS
BASETBLLPRACTICE'
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 20. -- Although
football is scarcely advanced beyond
the early season stage, the University
of Illinois basketball candidates have
been drilling for more than two
weeks, in an effort to develop another
quintet which will remain in the fight
for the Western Conference title. It
was not until the final game last sea-
son that the Illini were eliminated.

Four veterans remain - Capt.
Charles Carney, "Laurie" Walquist,
football captain, "Hap" Collins, who
alternated at. running guard, and
John Sabor, now playing regularly at
end on Zuppke's football eleven. With
the exception of Collins, these men
will be unable to practice until the
gridiron campaign closes late in No-
vember.
More than 100 aspirants, including
the yearlings, are working out twof
days a week. The squad is divided in-f
to several groups, each under the su-
pervision of a student in the four-year
athletic coaching course. Early next

month Coach Winters plan
series of games between tl
teams. Out of this tournam
selected the youths to rem:
sity competition in the w
"Hank" Reitsch,- versatil
in Colorado, combating a
ness, and will not be bac
son. "Swede" Hellstrom, c
ball with a broken leg, is
ed to appear on the baske
until late in the campaign
Winters must obtain twc
to fill these vacancies. '
positions will likely fall to
ans.

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ough right tackle.
kman to Slyker,

art failed to gain around left
Pixley ran back to, kick field
on his 45 yard line. Michigan
ed kick and recovered ball on
own 45 yard line. Steketee lost
ds on attempted end run.
ers threw Steketee for no gain.
tee punted to Stuart on Ohio's
rd~ line. Stuart nailed, for no
>ell failed to gain.
>ell punted out of bounds on
gan's 45 yard line. Michigan
10 yards on exchange of punts.
ritz makes 4 yards on a quarter-
sne*. Roby plunged for 1 yard.
out for Ohio.
ward pass, (Roby to Goebel.
d 20 yards. Ball goes back
referee rules ball hit the
A.
ketee punted to Isabell who sig-
for fair catch, on Ohio's 18
li e.e
yell punted over Michigan's'goal
Roby made 9 yards through
ackle. Roby made first down.
s made 1 through left tackle.
rde piled through center of line
yards: Roby added 2 more
plunge. Steketee punted to
; on Ohio's 24 yard line. Stuart
d in his tracks.
kman failed to gain on a fake.
I punted out of bounds on his
3 yard line. Forward pass,
to Goebel, made 30 yards, Michi-
ball on States 18 yard line.
rd pass decided incomplete.
Sher pass from Roby incomplete.
thrown for 10 yard loss in try-
other pass. Forward pass Roby
k again failed. Ohio's ball on
vii 30 yard line.
ward pass Isabell to Slyker.
15 yards. Ohio's ball ,on her

Taylor made first down. Time outl
for Michigan and Ohio. Wilson goes
in for Johns. Weaver in for Taylor.
Stuart failed to gain.
Isabell made 2 through right tackle.
Forward pass Workman to Trott car-
ries ball to Michigan's 12 yard line.
Weaver made 3 through right,
tackle. Weaver made 4 more through
left tackle. Ball on Michigan's 4
yard line.
Weaver failed to gain. Fairbairn
threw Stuart on the 1 yard line.
First down for- Ohio on Michigan's
1 yard line. End of Quarter..
Ohio 7,flchigan 0. Ohio's ball, on
MIchilgan's 1 yard line.
FOURTH QUARTER
Johns went in for rWilson. Dunne
went back in for Swan. Taylor back
in for Weaver.
Michigan held on 1 foot line.
Taylor carried the ball over the line.
Ohio 13, Michigan 0.
Pixley kicks goal. OhIo 14, Michi
gan 0.

-Steketee kicld off to Workman
who was downed on his 26 yard line.
Kirk's leg hurt, was taken from,
game. Curran replaced him.
Stuart thrown for a 10 yard loss.
Stuart fails to gain.
Stuart made 2 around end. Isabell
punted toaUteritz who caught ball on
his 45 yard line, and hban back to
Ohio's 42 yard line.
Roby thrown for a 4 yard loss.,
Forward pass Roby to Goebel outside
of bounds.
Porward pass .Roby to Goebel in-
complete. Steketee punted out of
bounds on Ohio's 20 yard line.
VickNthrew Stuart for a 5 yard loss.,
Searle in for Fairbairn.
Honaker in for Isabell. Failed to
gain. Stuart punted out of bounds.
on his -own 36 yard line. Steketee
failed to gain on a delayed pass.
Forward pass, Roby to Curren, in-
complete. Pass, Goebel to Roby, in-
complete.
Steketee punted to Stuart on Ohio's
17 yard line.
Time out.
Stuart faits around right end.

Workman makes 5 on quarterback
sneak. Stuart punts to Uteritz who
fumbles the ball. Meyers recovers
and ball on Michigan's 25 yard 11e.
Searle intercepts Workman's for-
ward passion Michigan's 4 yard line.
Forward pass Taylor to Stuart in-
complete.
Roby made 2 yards through right
guard. Searle failed to gain. Steke-
tee punted to Stuart on own 41 yard
line.
Steketee intercepts forward pass
and carries ball to Michigan's 34 yard
line.
7 Workman ,intercepts pass. Time
out.
Honaker makes 1 through line.a
Taylor makes first down.
Taylor makes 4.
Taylor adds 2 yards.
Time out for Johns. Forward pass
incomplete. Michigan's hall on downs.
Stuart intercepted forward pass from
Roby.'Ohio State 14, Michigan 0.
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:epted forward pass
Lchigan's ball on Mich-
line. Forward. pass
made 15 yards. Stuart
y's pass. Ohio's ball
I line. End of First
hio 7, Michigan 0.

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back into
Steketeel
o worked
yard line.

game in place
kicked off to
the ball back
Isabell made
Time out for

to gain. Roby failed.
through for 4 -yards.
ed out of bounds on
Iline.
de 3 through center.
ifor no gain. Isabell
ritz who returned ball
Z5 yard line.
5 yards through center.
to gain. Forward pass
Stuart took ball down
25 yard line.
injured and taken out
bairn went in for Kipke.
ot 1 yard on quarter-
Isabell failed to gain.
thrown for loss.
yard pass from Work-
to Slyker passed over
al lipe. Judged incom-
m's ball on her 20 yard
made 5 through center.
the line for a first
adds 1 more.
ade 1 more. Steketee
uart who was downed
I line.
ade 4 and 2 on a quart-
ted out of bounds on
yard line. Pauley went
at center. Fairbairn

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