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LEIE VRNEii24 TO 0 WITH, BRILLIANT ATTACK

in his tracks. Dawson made four;
yards through right tackle. Happen-I
ny made three yards through center.I
Dawson kicked to Uteritz, who wasi
dlowned on Michigan's 31-yard, line.
ICappon made one yard through center.

(Continued from Page One)
pen went through right tackle for
fist down. Knode made one yard
around left endl. A forward pass by
Steger was grounded. A forward
pass, Steger to Goebel, was intercept-
ed by 1Happenny on Illinois' 20-yard.
line. Happenny made five yards]
through right tackle. Dawson failed
to gain through center. Dawson
kicked to Uteritz- on Michigan's 40-

The Line-tip
Position

IMacigan

Kirk. .. ..
Muirhead.
Johns........
Sliott.........
Steele........
Rosatti.......
Goebel, Capt....,
Uteritz.......
Steger.......

L. E. ... Wilson, Capt.
L. T......Augur
L. G......M1clillen
C. .........Greene
R. G..'.......Umnus
R. T. .......Oakes
R: E. .....Richards
Q. B. ...... Dawson
R. H......Mclllwain
L. H......Happenny
F. B...... Woodward

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ger lost three yards around leftjlnoe.....

Knode kicked out of bounds on Ill-1
nois' 14-yard' line. Woodward gained left end; fourthi down and two to go.'I
a yard through center. Happenny Cappon nade first down through cen-
kicked 15 yards to Illinois 26-yard ter, giving Michigan first dlowni on theI
line. On delayed pass play Steger one-yard line. Cappon wenit through
made three yards around left end. A right tackle fora touchdown,
pass, Steger to Goebel, grounded. Ste-'GelkiedbtenhegaJ
ger lost five at right end. p~osts for another point. Score:. Mch-
Steger failed on an attempted place igan7, Ilinis0.
kick from the 40-yard line. Illino-s
shad the ball on its 20-yard line. Hap-, Knode kicked to Happenny onIl-
penny failed to gain through center. i'fieyrlnwhrtued1
Hiappenny 'kicked out of bounds on: yards. A forward pass by Dawson
Michigan's; 47-yard line. E~nd of first intercepted by Blott on the Illinois
quarter. score: Mlichigain 0, Illinois..= 25-yard line. A forward pass, Goebel
to Kirk, put the, ball on the Illinois
SECOND QUARTER 2 2-yard line. Cappoft made eight
Michigan's ball on her own 47-yard, yards through right tackle. Capponi
line. Cappon made one yard through failed to gain through center. Goebel.
right guard. Steger failed to gain3 place-kicked for three. politts. 1;"0
around left end. A forward pass by the 20-yard line. Som: Michigan 10,;
Steger was grounded. Knode kickedj Illinois 0.
out of bounds on Illinois' 35-yard line. Illinois kicked off; a Michigan man
Woodward made five yards through touched the ball; it rolled ov'er the'
left tackle. Happenny made three goal line,' making a touch-back. .Ball
yards through center. Dawson gained was in flay on the Michigan 20-yard
one yard throthgh* center. Happennyi line. Cappon blade 14 yards tilrough
kicked to Knode on 'Michigan's 25-yard left tckle, ending the second quarter.

Steger made 10 around left end,
making first down. Knode made three
;1round right end. Cappon made four;
through center. Cappon made one
through left guard. Knode kicked ti
Daw son, who was downed by Kirk on
Illinois' 10-yard line. Substitution:
Illinois, Cputchie for Dawson at quar-
terback.
SHappenny lost one yard in trying}
to gain through right, tackle. Hill lost
one yard.. Happenny kicked. to Ulteri tz
who was downed on 'Illinois' 33-yard
line. Pass, Knode to Steger, was
good for 25 yards, putting the ball on
Illinois' 12-yard line. Cappon, went
through for three yards. Cappon gain-
ed one yard. A pass, Knodeo to IUter"-
iii, took tlie balhl over for a touch-
dowii. Knode drop- kicked for anotheir
l)Olllt. Sor e:. Mtichigan 24, iliois 1).
Substitution: Illinois, Roberts for
Greene.
Happenny kicked off to Kirk , who
returned the ball 20 yards., to Mich-
in's 33-yard, line. Cappon made two
yards through center. Knode kicked.
05: y Pds, putting the ball in Illinois",
possession on her five-yard line. Hill
-,iined one ,yard through right tackle.
H-ill made eight yards through center.
Happenny afiled to gain. Michigan
penalized; five, yard's for offside. Ill-
nois' 'first down on her 20-yard ligp.
Happenny miade 12. yards around
riligt end, giving Illinois first down on
hier 35-yard line. Happenny made an-
other 12 yards, through center this
time. Happennyr lost a yard while
trying to ,gain through 'center. Illi-
nois was penalized five yards, ending
the quarter. Scare : Michigant 24, 1111.-
nos 0.
., FTOURT11 QUARTER -

regained by Illinois. Illinois' first Z p k ad
down n her own 0-yard line. Hillp !
gained two: yards. Coutchie failed to
gain.' A forward passm,. Hapipeiny to Michigan has too many fast think-:
Coutchie, gave Illitois her, first down 1ers.
oh the 50-yardblie. . ,
"'the Wrolverines Were too fast
Happenny made four yards on a
fake play. H-11l made three' yards thinkers for the Illii", said, Coach
through right guard. Happenny made Zuppke. of. Illinois in a statement is-!
his first, down through right tackle. sued immediately after the game yes-;
Hill made two yards throuigh right terday. "Cappon's line smashing was
tackle. 'Hill made three yards throughj
lef takle Hil ~defirt dwn 61good. The fumbled punt, in the see-
Illinois on Michigan's, 33-yard, line. ond quarter' was the turning point in
Hapenn mae ay~rd roud lftthe game. Illinois was without a
end. Happenny Rmade eight arotud good field, general, for Captain Wilson.
right end. Time out for both teams. fWas ijured in the head when the ac-,j
Hlappenny failed to gain; with the ball; cidient occure'd at the beginning of the
on Mlrichiigan's -20-yard line. gamie. It was plainly a, good team
I-lappenny made first down for Il! againist a' teamf of green men".
nois, placing ball on Michigan's 17-I
yard line. Substitution, Michigan, Michigan's first football, gamne was min
Slaughter for Johns at left guard. 11878, Racine college losing to that firstI
11111'gained a yard through center. Wdl'erine aggregation, 7Ato.2.
A forwair'd pass by* Happenny was
groutnded. Substitution;, Illinois, Roy-
al for 'liappenny.
Hill lost. two yards. Michigan's ball, S o d rd H i
first down in 10, on hier X.8-yard lineie ,
Cappon gained one yard through
center. Cappon failed to ain
End of game. Sc6oe: Mechigan 241,! eL I.
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ine. fie returned thte ball eighlt yards. 'Score: Mlchigan 10, Illinois 0. Illinois' ball on her own 37-yard
teger- made two yards around right ; line. I-lappenny made sever yards
nd lELt'WEE&1HAVE through center. Hill made a' yard
Cappon went through center" for The Illinois band paraded the field through center. An Illinois forward
three yards. Knode .kicked to Hap- 'between halves, stopping before the pass was blocked by Michigan, but
,enny, who was dcowvned on his 36- Illinois section,' and played the Illi-
ard line. Happetnny made three! nois school songs.
ards through right tackle. Steelec;the Michigan band then came on .-S
.rew Woodward for a 'one-yard loss. the, field, playing "The Victors." The
*appenny kicked to Uteritz, who was band then played "The Yellow and}
lowned on Michigan's 21-yard line. Blue,"' while the Michigan rooters
3oth teams took time out for water.; sang.' In the meantime both tcams
Steger made one yard around right came 'back on. the field. ".
nd. Illinois took time out for FRap- THIRD U)OARTERII
)tinny. Cappon made seven yards t
hrough left guard. Cappon made first .I'Iappenny kicked out of b)ounds,
own through center. forc,ing a, repetition. of the kick.
Steortrppe oerhisow i~t R al~hilwenny kickied off tojKirk oii L6friends are more
'crence and lost one yard. Cappon .preciouslar lnethhan11 riches. .
rent through center for eight yards. ids o aftonchdloown,. Substitution ,peiosta
appon through center for two yrs Michigan, Neisch for Goehel at right Don't miss a single
node kicked to Dawsonz, who fu- n d;snos -ilfrWodadaone from your list this
fullhack. Knode drop-kicked for an
led on his 25-yard line. Ball recoy- o" ~oit cr:Miiisi17 m1 jear. Choose the rightg
red b y d the ball to -N .1 c. TIleatothe
,he Illinois 12-yard line. Cappon 'os0 ad npetote
nade three yards through right guard. Happenny lMcked off to Knode, who ; 7 to carry Warmth from
appon made four yards through right returned the bal- 20 yards to Michi- you er of'~tS
'uard. Steger made one yard around gan's 34-yrdline. Ca pon ade ieorhatt red
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