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October 28, 1922 - Image 9

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ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1922

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kicked out of 'bounds,
etition. of the kick.
kicked off to kirk on
-yard line, who mix~ 75
muchdown. . Substitution,
sch for Goebel at right
Hill for Woodward at
odie drop-kick~ed for an-

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Michigan
side. Illi-
"yard, line.
s around
3t down on

iThat Yost is a punning coach, and
had his men instructed in a , trick or
two that the wizard Zuppke had not
guarded his 'men against' was evi-
denced in the series of plays that
gave Michigan her touchdown in the
second quarter.
After Kirk recovered an Illinois

le 12 Y;
Illinois

have done it,
brought into
The Illini w
but Blott snal
who smash'ied

Goebel's Pass

RAL STAF
Editor
-d A. Donahue

Standing near the middle of the field
in the first quarter, Paul Goebel made
one of the most beautiful passes ever
seen on Ferry Field. With the calm-
est uTrecision,. he shot the ball 35 yards
down the field to Bernie Kirk on thej
Illinois 10-yard' line. It was perfectly

expecuted with not an III
The crowd\ was broug
by this aerial display, w
a complete surprise aft
duol lbetween Knode of'
Happenny of Illinois.
In the lanky Michiga~n

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es s Manager
K. Scherer
sistants

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her .35-yard line. Happenny made an-
other 12 yards, through center, this
time. Hlappenny lost a yard while
trying to gain through center. Illi-
nois was penalized five yards, ending
the quarter. Scores i Lchigan 24, 1111-
wlaos 0.
FOUIRTHI QUARTER
Illinois' Tball on her own 37-yard
line. Hrappenny made seven yards
through center. Hlill made a~ yard
through center, An Illinois forward
pass was blocked by Michigan, but
regained by Illinois. Illinois' first
down on her own 40-yard line. Hill
gained two yards. Coutchie failed to
gain. A forward pass,, Happenny to
Coutchie, gave Illinois her first down
on the 50-yard line.
Albion is the only college team
played twice in one season by Michi-
gan, the collegians from up state op-
posing the Wolverines twice in 1886
and again in 1890.
In 1881 Michigan played 'but three
games, losing them all to their respec-
tive opponents, Yale, Harvard, and
Princeton, the only time in Woliverine
history that the grid eleven, has op-
posed all members of the Big Three
in one season.
1901, 1902, 1903, and 1904 were Mich-
igan's biggest football years. in those
four years Michigan won a total of 43

IntramuralI
Winners in the inter
speedball league tournarn
League one, Delta Tan De'
two, Alpha Sigma Phi; lea
Alpha Delta Phi; league fou-
to Theta, Phi Sigma Delta,
Nu, and Sigma Phi Epsilo
for first place lea; gue five,
pa Sigma; league, six, Cygni
seven, Psi Upsilon.
Final rounds in the inate.
speedball tournament twill
iMonday at the followingt
3:130 o'clock, Phi Sigma Del
Delta Theta, Delta Tan De:
pha. Sigma Phi; at 4:30 q
Gamma Delta vs. Psi Upsi
o'clock, Sigma Phi EpsiloA v
mip Nu.
Glrls' Glee Club to Hold
Tryouts for Freshmant
club~ will be held next week.
this year is under the supE
Miss Nora Crane Hunt, 'w
Hollands, '21, director. Mis,
was formerly presideint of
Girls' Glee club. Specific
tryouts will be announced
Four times have Michig
rolled up scores beyond tY

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