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THE MICHIGAN DAILY __T__

History Of Ilichigan-Illinois Games Shows
1ut Two Victories Out Of Seven For Indians

ANN ARBOR SHOZ REPAIRING
FACTORY. Bring your repairs and
save money by walking a block; next
to. Ham's Lunch Room. 534 Forest
Avenue --Adv.
WIN FROM ILLINOIS!
BUY A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOW!
Tonight
after the show
you will want
some light
refreshments
AND
you can't take
her to a better
place than
--THE --
Betsy Ross Shop

GREAT OPENING! THE FIRS

ON THE CAMPUS

Kosher Delicatessen
Sandwiches
OF ALL KINDS

CIGARS
IGARETTES

CANDIES
SOFT DRIN
- PLAC

BARNEYS

The above picture is a scene from the last game between the Wolverines and the men of the Illini played

on the Urbana gridiron. The Gold and Blue won an overwhelming victory, 29 to 7.
ance when the team journeys to Illinois on Saturday.

Michigan is out for venge-

640 HAVEN

(By Harry B. Grundy)
Mchigan and Illinois began foot-
ball relations in 1898 before the coming
of Yost to coach the Wolverines. In
their initial encounter the Maize and
Blue won from the Illini 12 to 5 in one
of the hardest fought games of the
1898 sch dule. Michigan had a pofer-
ful team that year and took every one
of its 10 games. Again in 1899 thel
Wolverines won, but by a single touch-
down. The following year Michigan
captured a 12 to 0 game from- the
Urbana aggregation.r
None of Yost's point a minute ma-
chines from 1901 to 1904 met the 1111-
noes teams of those years but in 1905
Illinois, which was not then knownI
by the polite name of Indians, again
appeared on the Wolverine schedule.
This time they fell before the Yost
attack by the score of 33 to 0. It w S
in 1905 that Michigan's long string of
victories was. broken in there twelfth.
and last game of the season when
Alonzo Stagg's Maroons, directed by
Walter Eckersall, caught a Michigan
man back of his goal line for a safe-
ty. It was Eckersall's punting in
that game which held Michigan score-
less for the first tine since their 0 to
0 tie with O. S. U. in 1900.
q Victory In 1906'
In the fall of 1906, with Michigan
out of the Western Conference, Illi-
nois was met for the last time before
the Wolverines return 11 years later.
Michigan had little trouble in win-
ning by a neat margin of 28 to 9. al-
though Illinois was one o"4he three
teams to cross the Michigan goal line
that year.
Michigan celebrated its return to the
Conference in 1917 but it was not un-
til the fall of 1918 that a Big Ten foot-
ball schedule was arranged by the
Wolverines. Nineteen hundred and
eighteen was the S. A. T. C. year and
Michigan minus the services of two

captains, Smith and Wieman, won its
entire schedule of five games. The
same season Illinois was victorious
in all of its games and as the two un-
defeated Western elevens did not
meet there was a dispute as to the
championship. Western cirtics award-
ed the championship to Illinois on a
basis of more Conference victories.,
Illinois Wins First
Illinois scored its first gridiron vie-'
tory over a Wolverine team in 1919
wften they took the heavy end of a
29 to 7 score. Michigan was bom-
pletely outplayed by Illinois, who won
the Big Ten championship that year.
Last year the Wolverines were great-
ly strengthened after their disas-
trous play of the previous season and
met the Illini on Ferry field in one
of the greatest battles ever witness-
ed on the famous gridiorn. During the,
first quarter neither team threatened
but during the second period Jack
Dunn 'intercepted one of Walquist's{
passes on Michigan's 30 yard line and
ran the 70 yards for a touchdown.
With Steketee out of the game with
injuriesbandkWieman on the side lines
with a. bad knee, Dunn failed to send
the ball between the bars for a goal.
Michigan led'-at the end of half time
by the narrow margin of 6 points. In
the third quarter Illinois worked the
ball down into Michigan territory and
put the oval across the Wolverine goal
line. Illinois kicked goal and won the
game 7 to 6.
Games Hard Fought
In all of the contests played be-
tween the two elevens every inch of
ground has been hotly disputed and
the winners have always come out of
the game with high respect for the
loser's prowess. Saturday the two
rivals clash for eighth time.
Special three piece orchestra every
evening from 6 to 7:30 P. M. at Chi-
nese Gardens.-Adv.
WINNFROM ILLINOIS!
BUY A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOW!

RIGHT BEHIND THE MARTHA CC

ILLINOIS ELEVEN
READY FOR BATTLE
(Contlued from Page Four) \
Vogel, who alternates at the three
inside positions in the line, will play
at center. Mohr passed the ball Sat-
urday with the result that Illinois lost
over 60 yards on high passes. In the
backfield Captain Waltuist has the
call on all other quarterback candi-
dates. In case his bruised arm fails
to heal sufficiently' to allow him to
play "Wee Dutch' Sternaman, broth-
er of that other Sternaman who won
the championship for Illinois in 1919
with a 65 yard run, will call signals.
"Wee Dutch" played halfback Satur-
day in the absence of Herrig and
Peden.
Crangle at fullback has not shown
the drive which made him an All-
Western man lastyear. This has been
due to serious bruises which have
slowed the big Irishman down in all
departments of play.
No one can say who will appear at
the half positions. Peden, substitute
half, last year, and Herrig, a stocky
Dane from South Dakota, seem to be
the first choice. Durant, a new man
on the team 'this year, is the alter-
nate.
STUDENT AGENTS WANTED
Liberal commissions will be paid to
8 or 10 sales agents (men or women)
who ca~n sell a practical, inexpensive
necessity which will appeal to 90 per
cent of'the student body and faculty.
Write immediately for limited special
offer. The H. and C. agency, 701 Wm.
Alden Smigh, Jr.,.Bldg., Grand Rapids,
Michigan.-Adv.
MANAGER WANTED - Largest con-
cern of its kind in the world is es-
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Station'-in An Arbor; requires man
to take charge of same. Our mer-
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a salary of $50 per week from earn-
ings and share of profits which
should net better than $5000 annu-
ally. $250 cash investment required
covering tools and equipment. Give
previous experience, age and refer-
ences in first letter. Unless you are
a hustler with a good reputation and
have the required amount of cash
save your stamps. Address Century
Manufacturing Co., 1039 Wilson Ave-
nue, Chicago, Il1. 28-6
Don't forget to pay your Daily sub-
scription.-Adv.
Patronize our Advertisers.-Adv.
YOU CAN HELP
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along the road towards the
kind of success you have in
mind if you are equipped
with the right kind of a bus-
iness education. Our tuition
is just what you need to give
you the proper practical
training.
New Term Nov. 14th.

I. I

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Van*-Heusen
Collars-
The Comfort of a Soft Collar -
The Appearance of a Stiff Collar

WILL WEAR A YEAR
WILL NOT SHRINK
WILL NOT WRINKLE
WILL NOT WILT

NO STARCHING
NO CHEMICALS
NO ARTIFICIAL
STIFFENING
NO SAW EDGES

SAVES YOUR LAUNDRY BILL

SAVES YOUR SHIRTS
SAVIES YOUR TIES

~If you are not acquainted with this New

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TINKER AND COMPANY

SOUTH STATE

STREET

AT

WILLIAM

STREET

N

40

WIN
BUY

FROM ILLINOIS!
A "SPECIAL" TICKET NOW!I

r

If you are hungry,
or
If you are thirsty,
or

Women's

If you just need a friend,-
Drop in at that friendly place.
TUTTLE'S LUNCH ROOM

:r

THIS THIS
COLUMN PICOLUMN
CLOSES CLOSES
AT 3 P.M. ADVERTISING AT 3 P.M.

We have them in h
styles and best of all a

Knicker Smi
igh grade wool jersey nicely tailored in latest
at prices to suit you. Four popular styles are
priced at $24.75; $27.60; $33.00; and $39.50.
All of these are of much greater value.
Other Suits and Breeches for less.
Remember we are headquarters for Sport,
Hikipg and Riding Togs for Ladies and
Men and have a large assortment to select
from in Khaki, Whipcord, Corduroy, O. D.,
Serge, etc. Also Sport Hose; Leather and
Wrap Puttees.
WOOL BLANKETS
Finest assortment of Auto Robes, Steamer
Rugs, and Army Blankets.

U

LOST
LOST-Black leather brief case con.
taining about 15 pieces of voice mus-
ic and two song books for Public
School of Music. Phone Hope Hall-
aday, 452. 27-2
LOST - Fur neckpiece, Saturday
night between 'Union and Madison
St. Reward. Call Moore, 18. 28
LOST-Ring with emerald stone be-
tween Hill and Forest and- High
School. Please phone 526-M. 28
LOST-Pair of dark rimmed glasses
and comb on Ferry field,4Monday.
Reward for return. Call 343. 28
LOST-Black leather bill folder with
Union membership card in it. Call
Rock, 866-M. 28
LOST-A Bull dog-brindle with a
white face and white breast. Re-
ward given. Phone 2997-M, 517 E.
Madison. 28-2

FOR RENT
POR RENT-Light, warm single room
in private home. Phone 1272-W. 724
Dewey Ave. 27-2
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Buy a car, drive to the
games, will buy them aback when
you return. Bargains. 416 S. Main
St. 27-2
FOR SALF-Conn-C Melody Saxa-
phone. Good as new. $75. 897-M.
27-2
FOR SALE-Mannheim Slide Rule, 16
inch Polyphase. Phone 1889-W. 28-2
FOR SALE-Guitar, very good tone.
Call Wolfe, 1 T64-R. 28-2
WANTED
WANTED- Typing, reasonable rates,
called for, and delivered. Phone
2624-M. 26-3

TOM
Also sweaters
dren.

WYE COATS
for Ladies, Gents and ChI-

We have the Reg. 0. D. Wool Army Shirts,
also Dress Shirts, Underwear, all kinds of
Hosiery and Auto Gloves at less than reg-
ular price.

Sheepskins, Corduroys, Moleskins,
Mackinaws, O'Coats, Cravenetts, Rain
Coats, etc., for less

Surplus .Supply Store, 213 N 4th

"It pays to walk a" few blocks"

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