VOL XXXII. No. 30. ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1921 PRICE FIVE CENTS
COOL WEATHER PREVAILS AS TEAMS
ENGAGE IN ANNUAL BATTLE, GAIN
IS MADE BY MICHIGAN ON PUNTING
SCORE BY QUARTERS
TWELVE HOURS Of
RAIN MAKE FIELD
A SLOUGH OF MUD
"DUKE" DUNNE LEADS MEN
FIELD FIRST; ILLINOIS
VISITORS DEFEND SOUTH1
GOAL IN FIRST QUARTER
Wet Ground Causes Players to Slip
Repeatedly; Michigan Scores
Urbana, Ill, Oct. 29.- Mchigan
scored her first conference victory
of the season in a hard fought
game with the Illinois eleven here
By George Reindel
Sporting Editor, The Daily
Urbana, Oct. 29.-The weather was
cool and cloudy with no wind, as the
Michigan team, led by "Duke" Dunne,
took the field first. Illinois followed
shortly after. The Michigan band
marched on the field playing "The
Michigan defended the south goal.
Mohr of Illinois kicked off to Roby,
who ran ball from 10 to 25-yard line. I
Cappon went through right tackle for
4 yards. Steketee punted to Walquist
on his 35-yard line. Peden made 2
yards through left tackle. Michigan
held Crangle for no gain. Durant
punted to Uteritz, who was downed on
Michigan's 32-yard line.
Steketee slipped on muddy field on
27-yard line. Steketee punted to Wal-
quist, who signaled fair catch. Peden
hit right tackle for 2 yards. Durant
failed to gain. Durant punted out of
bounds on Michigan's 26 yard line.
Michigan gained on exchange of punts.
Cappon made 1 yard through center.
Steketee punted to Walquist, who
returned ball 5 yards on, his 35-yard1
line. Goebel stopped Durant for no
gain. Crangle made 2 yards through
center. Durant punted to Michigan's
40-yard line. Roby went for 5 yards
around left end. Wilson went in for
Carney at left end. Sabo now at left
end and Wilson at right end. Cappon
added 1 yard through left tackle. Roby
added 2 more. Steketee punted out
of bounds on Illinois' 13-yard line.
Durant punted to his own 31-yard
line, where ball was downed. Roby
made 2 through right tackle. Peden
intercepted Roby's pass and returned
to Illinois 26-yard line. Crangle hit1
line for 1 yard. Time out for Muir-
Peden got away for a 10-yard run
around right end. Durant failed to
gain. Peden thrown for 1 yard loss
by Johns. Durant failed to gain.
Durant punted to Roby, who was
downed on Michigan's 27-yard line.
Roby made 1 yard. Steketee punted
to Walquist, who returned to his HS-
yard line. Time out for Crangle.
Vick broke through and threw Peden
for 8 yard loss. Durant punted out
of bounds on Michigan's 31-yard line.
Steketee slipped again for 5-yard loss.
He punted to Peden on Illinois 39-
yard line. Goebel nabbed Crangle
after 1 yard gain. End of first quarter.
Score: Michigan 0, Illinois 0.
Crangle hit line for 4 yards. Peden
added 2 more. Durant punted to
Uteritz who slipped on 20-yard lire.
Steketee failed to gain. Steketee
punted to Walquist, who called for
fair catch on his 46-yard line.
Forward pass Peden to Wilson, in-
complete. Cappon intercepted Peden's
pass on Michigan's 39-yard line. Cap-
pon plowed through line for 7 yards.
Roby made first dow. for Michigan
around right end. Roby plowed for
4 yards more. Cappon made 2 yards
on plunge. Forward pass Roby to
Uteritz incomplete. Steketee to Peden
on Illinois' 20- yard line.
HOW THEY LINED UP
Johns ........L.T........ . Olander
Dunne ........ L.G......... Mohr
Vick ..........C........... Vogel
Wilson ......R.G....... Anderson
Muirhead ......R.T....... Drayer
Uteritz ......Q.B....... Walquist
Roby ........F.B......... Crangle
Umpire-Walter Eckersall; Ref-
eree-Haines; Field Judge-Mc-
Govern; Head Linesman-Kiritz.
Woodward went in for Crangle.
Peden failed to gain around right end.
Time out for Peden. He stayed in.
Durant punted to Roby, who called
for fair catch. He was tackled and
Illinois was penalized 15 yards.
Michigan held on next play and
penalized 15 yards. Roby made 5
yards. Roby's pass incomplete. Michi-
gan off side, penalized 5 yards. Roby's
second pass incomplete. Steketee
punted to Walquist, who is downed
on 16-yard line.
Wodward made 3 yards off plunge.
Johns stopped Peden for 1 yard loss.
Durant punted out of bounds on his
49-yard line. Cappon hit line for 9
yards. Cappon plowed for first down.
Roby made 5 yards on plunge. Cap-
pon made 2 more. Roby went through
for 10 yards. Michigan's first down on
Illinois 21-yard line. Cappon adds
4 yards. Roby slips.
Roby made 5 more. Cappon made
first down on Illinois 8-yard line. Roby
failed to gain when he slipped. Roby
made 5 through line. Steketee kicked
field goal from placement on the 15-
yard line. Score: Michigan 3, Illinois
0. Illinois kicked off to Michigan.
Forward pass to Roby who ran from
his 5-yard line to 25-yard line. Cap-
pon drove for 4 yards. Cappon made
first down. Cappon again plowed
through line for 6 more. Uteritz made
2 yards. End first half, Michigan's
ball on her 43-yard line. Score: Michi-
gan 3, Illinois 0.
Michigan band took field playing
"The Victors." Band formed "M" at
Michigansection, playing the "Yel-
low and Blue." Following the "Yellow
and Blue" and "Varsity," Michigan
band stood at attention while Illinois
band played the Illinois' song. Illinois
team returned to field first, Michigan
team following 3 minutes later.
Steketee kicked off out of bounds.
Balled called back. He kicked off
again. Kicked to Woodward who re-
turned to 40-yard line. Woodward
plunged for 6 yards. He added 2 more.
Durant punted out of bounds on
Michigan 15-yard line. Steketee
punted out of bounds on Illinois 41-
yard line. Michigan gained 10 yards
by exchange.. Woodward plunged
through for 3 yards, added 3 more.
Durant made 2.
Durant punted to Michigan 6-yard
line, where ball rolled out of bounds.
Steketee punted from behind goal to
Michigan's 42-yard line. Woodward
made 2 yards. Michigan penalized 5
yards for off side. Illinois first down
on 37-yard line. Durant made 1.
Woodward made 3. .
Woodward made 3 through line.
Durant failed to gain. He punted to
Michigan's 19-yard line. Cappon
plunged for 1 yard. Steketee made 4
yards around right end.
Time out for Goebel. He plays.
Cappon failed to gain. Steketee punt-
ed out on Michigan's 32-yard line. A
poor pass and he was hurried. Wood-
ward made 1 on plunge. Peden made,
2 on delayed buck. Forward pass,
Peden to Walquist, took ball to 22-
yard line. Peden failed to gain. Stek-
etee intercepted next pass on his 14-
yard line. Steketee punted to Wal-:
quist who rturned from 25-yard line
to Michigan 43-yard line.
Muirhead hurt. He plays. Wood-
ward went through center for 4 yards.
JHe made 3 more. Forward pass Peden
to Walquist took ball to Michigan 22-
yard line. Woodward made 1 yard on
dive through line.
Woodward hit left tackle for 2 more.
ie failed to gain on next play. And-
erson dropped back for place kick.
Wilson blocked kick and recovered
on Michigan 31-yard line.
Cappon plowed for 4 yards. Illinois
off side, penalized 5 yards. Michigan
first down on 36-yard line. Cappon
made 2 yards on plunge. Steketee
punted out of bounds after 1 yard
gain. He punted to Walquist who was
stopped by Goebel on Illinois 39-yard
line. Time out for Johns.
Time out for Johns and Goebel.
They both play. Dunne recovered
Woodward's fumble. Michigan's ball
on Illinois 40-yard line. Roby made
1 yard. Woodward intercepted Roby's
forward pass on Illinois 41-yard line.
End of third quarter. Score: Miclil-
gan 3, Illinois 0.
Kirk threw Peden for 7 yard loss
on fake pass. Forward pass Durant
to Sabo, recovered 7 yards.
Pass, Peden to Walquist, gained 7
more. Durant punted over goal line.
Michigan's ball on her 20-yard line.
Cappon hit line for 5 yards through
center. Roby made 3 off right guard.
Cappon made 1 more.
Fourth down, one-half yard to go.
Steketee punted to Peden, who return-
ed ball 20 yards to Michigan's 45-yard
line. Woodward hit line for 5 yards.
Swan went in for Wilson. Dunne
held Peden. Durant made 2 yards.
Durant kicked up in air, Steketee
fumbled and Illinois recovered. Wood-
ward hit line for 4 yards. Walquist
added 4. Ball on Michigan's 23-yard
line. Illinois off side on next play,
and was penalized 5 yards.
Pass, Peden to Walquist, incomplete
Anderson went back for place kick.
Failed to kick goal. Michigan's ball
on her 20-yard line. Cappon hit line'
for 7 yards.
Roby drove for 2 more through right
end. Cappon drove through center
for 6 more and first down. Roby hit
SKY TIIIEATENS RENEWAL
MEN IN CHARGE OF EXTRA
Editor-G. P. Overton.
Assistants-H. E. Howlett, J. E.
Mack, M. H. Pryor, M. E. Gordon,
J. P. Comstock, L. J. Hershdorfer,
J. B. Young, R. L. Smith, E. R.
Isbell, H. H. McMullin.
Business manager-A. J. Parker.
Assistant-W. K. Galbraith.
RELIGIOUS IN STI T-UTE
W IL HEAR0DR= KE1NT
FIRST TERM 0COMMENCES NOV.
WITH GET-TOGETHER DIN-
NER AT CHURCH
IMPORTANT FACTOR IN ILLINOIS
left tackle for 5 more. Cappon made
4 more yards through left tackle.
Greene went in for Olander. Cap-
pon made first down through center.-
Roby went through right tackle. Mich-
, ia " m~n ioai Yr trrria fnr hn~rnl
Dr. Charles Foster Kent, professor
of Biblical literature at Yale univer-
sity, will address the meetings of the'
institute of religious education, a six
weeks' course in the study of relig-
ious activities, Nov. 27-30, it was an-
Doctor Kent is a specialist in the
field of religious subjects and has al
wide reputation as both an author
and a lecturer. His latest work, "TheI
Social Teachings of Jesus," is con-
sidered as complete a work in the
subject as has been produced.
The classes for the first term of the
igan penanzea lb yams tor n±ing. institute will be conducted for a
Cappon went through center for 7 period of six weeks, beginning Nov. 7.
yards. The courses in religious education
Steketee got away for 15 yards are given under the auspices of the
around right end. Gammange went Ann Arbor Bible chair, and all class-
n for Mohr. Rain began to fall. . es will meet in Lane hall. The open-
ing night has been set aside for a
U. of Detroit 0, Tulane 3; first half.
Chicago 14, Colorado 0; First quart-
Harvard 0, Center 0; first half.
Princeton 29, Virginia 0; first half.-
Indiana 0, Notre Dame 0; first quart-
Penn State 21, Georgia Tech 7; third
Yale 7, Brown 7; first quarter.-
Penn 0, Pittsburgh 28; first half.
Center 6, Harvard0; end.
Minnesota 0, Wisconsin 7; second
Princeton 34, Viiginia 0; end.
Penn. State 28, Georgia Tech 7, end.
IYale 24, Brown 7; third quarter.
Penn 0, Pittsburgh 28; thirduquarter.
Purdue 0, Iowa 7, second quarter.
U. of Detroit 14, Tulane 10; end.
Chicago 21, Colorado 0, second
Indiana 7, Notre Dame 7; second
Urbana, Oct. 29.-Illinois cross
country team defeated Michigan and
Ohio in triangular cross country meet
between the three schools this morn-
ing. The scores were, Illinois 19,
Michigan 41, Ohio State 60. Chute of
Michigan crossed the line second tol
McGinniss of Illinois. The time was
28 minutes, 1 second and three fifths.
Other Michigan men placed as fol-
lows: Standish 8, Penberthy 9, White-
more 10, Marston 12, Bowen 14, Illi-
nois placed six out of her first seven
EVERYBODY MEET THE TEAM
The team will leave Urbana at.
8 o'clock tonight and arrive at the
IAnn Arbor station at 8:30 o'clock
"get-together" dinner at the Congre-
ALPHA NU CHOOSES SIX FOR,
DEBATING TEAM CONTESTS
Alpha Nu has picked the six men
who will represent her in the con-
tests for places on the Varsity debat-
ing team. The men are: Edward
Ramsdell, '23, George Bigge , '23E,
Maxwell Erbaugh, '22, Thomas Dona-
hue, '23, Charles Hodgman, '24, Don-
ald Fredricks, '24, and Roland Alla-1
ben, '23, as alternate. The team will
be picked from the 24 men chosen,
Alpha Nu, Adelphi, Athena, and
the indeepndents each delegating six
SPECIAL TRAIN GETS
INTO URBANA ON TIME
Michigan Students Parade Streets and
Serenade Varsity; Get
By Wallace F. Elliott,
(Special Correspondent, The Daily)
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 29.-(11:00 A. M.)
-Twelve hours of continuous rain
came to a stop at 7 o'clock this morn-
ing, leaving the Illinois field a slough
The sky intermittently threatens a
renewal of the downpour, and again
promises clear weather for the game.
The special train with its 400 cheer-
ing Michigan students pulled into the
city on time, and the band with the
Wolverine delegation marching be-
hind moved through the streets of
Champaign. The procession halted
before the Inman hotel and serenaded
the Varsity. Captain Dunne appeared
in the doorway and was given a storm
of cheers as he entered a taxi.
The dining room of the Inman was
the scene of a Michigan raid. The
room resounded with "Varsity," "Sam-
uel Hall," and other favorite Michigan
songs, while an occasional locomotive
could be heard blocks away.
Decorations abound throughout
Champaign and Urbana, the Maize and
Blue mingling with the Orange and
Blue of the Illini. Illinois is giving
her opponents a royal welcome.
'illiam Wheeler, head of the voice
department of the School of Music,
and Mrs. George B. Rhead of the piano
department will give the second con-
cert in the faculty series at 4:15
o'clock tomorrow in Hill auditorium.
Mrs. Rhead has chosen two inter-
i esting groups, while Mr. Wheeler will
sing selections representing composi-
tions from several French writers and
five songs by Greig.
J U N I O R SOCIETY
JOINS SIGMA XI
Codification of the by-laws and the
incorporation of several new ones was
accomplished at a meeting of Sigma
Xi, national honorary scieptific society
held at 5 o'clock yesterday in room
217, Natural Science building.
One of the most important of the
new by-laws provides for the incor-
poration or affiliation of other scien-
tific organizations into Sigma Xi. The
first step toivard making Sigma Xi a
clearing house for all such societies
was made v.hen affiliation by the Jun-
ior Research club was completed at
VARSITY ARRIVES CONFIDENT;
CAPPON TO PLAY FOR KIPKE
(Special to The Daily)
Urbana, Oct. 28. - The team morale
is excellent. Boys are full of pep and
ready to meet the Illini. Weather
conditions favorable with a brisk
wind blowing:. Field is in good shape
and should be fast tomorrow. Kipke
will not play and Cappon will take
his place at half.
Kirke L. E., Johns, L. T., Dunne, L.
G., Vick C., Wilson R. G., Muirhead R.
r'T., Goebel R.E., Uteritz Q., Cappon
I.c H., Roby F. B., Steketee R. H.
MICHIGAN'S DiA ABLE
YOST'S STAR FULL BACK