I NZZL4 MI W -
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-
Kirk. .. ..
L. E. ... Wilson, Capt.
R. T. .......Oakes
R: E. .....Richards
Q. B. ...... Dawson
F. B...... Woodward
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-
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
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.-
., 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
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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
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*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
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appon made four yards through right returned the bal- 20 yards to Michi- you er of'~tS
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