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VOL. XXXVI. No. 29 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SAT'PRDAY, OCTOB'fR 24, 1925

PRICE, FIVE CENTS

SOGGY FIELD SLOWS

'68,00 See Classic In 'Illini Stadium

UP GAME;

MICHIGAN

SCORE BY QUARTERS

LINE

STOPS

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AllIitC'A -111, SI ( "111(1 i'.~

1st

2nd
3

3rd 41h

FINAL

0
0

0
0

3
0

KICK

BY FRIEDMAN GIVES]
MICHIGAN EARLY
LEAD

0

0

FIRST QUARTER ENDS SCORELESS;I
MOLENDA'S 29 YARD RUN
FEATURES PERIOD
By Josepih Kruger, Sports Editorf
MEl1I()RIAL S'TADIU-M,. URBANA, Ill., Oct. 24.-Michigan
continued on her way to the Western Conference gridiron championship
by defeating Coach Bob Zuppke's Illinois eleven here this afternoon be-
fore a I-Ione-coming crowd of 67,000, people.
Despite the fact that the Illini aggregation had met defeat on two
occasions prior to today's contest, the game attracted considerable attention
due to the spectacular playing of "Red" Grange against the Wolverine
eleven last year, when the stalwart Illini leader made football history by
scoring four touchdowns in the first ten minutes of play, running for
scores the first four times he carried the lall.

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1898--TViclxiig, n 12; Illinois 5.
1899-- Michigan 5; Illinois 0.
1900--Michigan 12; Illinois 0.
1905- Michigan 3<; Illinois 0.
1906--Michigan 28 ; Illinois 9).
1919- Michigan 7 ; 111 ninis 29.
1920-Michigan (; Illinois 7.
1921 -Mi~fcligaii<3; Illinois 0.
1922--Michigan 24; Illinois (.
1924taLigan 14 ; Illinois39.
'Totals' 144 (92

Teams'Leaders IHsainsCount
GRAUGE. I a }
l !3
l'ennsylvania 7, Chicago 0, final.
1a 6, Ohio State 0, half.
Notre )amue 7, Minnesota 7, first: " :
hall'f," :
Wisconsin 7, Purdue 0, first quarter.
Navy 19, Washington 0, first quar-
ter.-4
St. Louis 0, Army 19, first quarter.
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Michigan had met Illinois on the
encounter, winning seven contests anc
won its first contest from the Wol-
verines in 1919, and repeated in 1920,
and again last year.
The play by play account of the
game follows:
FIRST QUARTER
Michigan won the toss and elected
to receive the kick-off, defending the
north goal. Britton, placing the ball
10 yards from the sidelines, kicked
out of bounds. Britton kicked to
Gregory, who, although on the eight
yard line, returned the ball'to his own
24 yard line.
Both rival centers, Brown and
Wright, were hurt on the play. Brown
resumed play. Gilbert punted to Illi-
nois' 39 yard line, Gregory touching
the ball. Illinois ball on their own

gridiron ten times prior to today s
losing on three occasions. Illinois'

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THE LINE-EP?
Michigan -IllInoIs
Oosterbaan. ...LE.......Kassel
Babcock.....LT......Marriner
Lovette ....... LG ....... Shively
Brown (Capt.).C....... Reitsch
Dewey......RG. Mitt'nwaldn'r
Hawkins......RT....... Brown
Flora.........RE.. D'Ambrosia
Friedman.....QB..Grange (Cp)
Gilbert........ LH.. Daugherity
Gregory...... ....Leonard'
Molenda......FB....... Britton
Officials: Referee, Walter Eck-
ersall (Chicago); Umpire, Colm

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iichigan has ball on Illinois' 35 yard
line. Friedman's pass was blocked by
Grange. Molenda went, through line
> kor three yards. Gregory went
around left end for 13 yards to Illinois
=1 yard line. Time out for Iilinois:
-Friedman was stopped at the line
of scrimage. Molenda forced his'
way through for three yards. Greg-
,ory failed to gain. Friedim-.ii booted
the bell between the uprights for the
first score of the gacne. Score, Mich-
igan 1, Illinois 0.
Captain Grange elected to receive.
Michigan placed ball 20 yards from
side line. Gilbert kicked off to Grange,
who retulrned ball to his own 35 yard
line, Gilbert making the tackle.
Grange went inside of Michigan left
end for six yards. Daugherity hit the
iline as the first half ended. End of
half; Score, Michigan 3, Illinois 0.
'TlIRD QUARTER
Gilbert kicked to Grange, who
caught the ball on his own 15 yard
line and brought it back to his own
41 yard line. Molenda had the wind
knocked out him. Grange was thrown
for a loss by Brown, who broke
through the line and stopped the fleet
back before he could get started. Brit-

to Coach Mather, who is preparing
--for another court season.
tiUnder a Confeecc ruling which
permits but five games outside of the
12 to be played in the Big Ten, Mather
already has arranged for all but one
of the contests. Ohio Wesleyan, Pitts-
burgh, Michigan State and Syracuse
will furnish the tests.
The Ohio quintet will play here
Dec. 12, and Pittsburgh will follow
exactly one week later. The annual
CAPT. clash with Michigan State has been
set for .Jan. 16 at the Field house here
while the Wolverines plan to journey
Above: Harold "Red" Grange, Illi- to Syracuse sometime in February.
nois leader.

BAKTALSQUAD WILL
METTRENEW RIVAS'
T'iree new basketball rivals of
Michigan will appear on the Wol-.
verine seledule this year., according

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28 SPECIALS BEAR
FOOTBALL CROWDS;
FLAGSDECK CITY
MICHIGAN SENDS DELEGATION
OF 10,000 TO TEAM'S
SUPPORT
BAND LEADS PARADE
Entire Middle-West Is Represented in
Throng Gathered to View
Title Test
URBANA, Ill., Oct. 24.-With fags
hying and bands playing, Illinois to-
(lay welcomed a crowd of 68,000, gath-
fered here from the vast area of the
middle West, to watch the teams of
Illinois and Michigan clash In what is
probably the greatest spectacle of
modern football.
Michigan's delegation alone, com-
posed of students, alumni and friends,
numbers at least 10,000,. for that is
the number sold through the Michi-
gan athletic association, athletic of-
flees here announced. Of this num-
ber, 5,000 were student tickets.
Twenty-nine special trains, and mo-
tor cars numbering into the thoip-
sands, were still pouring into this
city at noon today, countless hun-
dreds of ardent fans. From Ann Ar-
bor came two trains of 14 cars each,
bearing students, townspeople and
the Varsity band. Nineteen trains
were scheduled to leave Chicago, four
from St. Louis, and one from Kansas
City.
Cross Country
Race Ends With
Miller Winner
Randolph Monroe this morning
again won the weekly freshman cross
country race by more than 200 yards
over the regular first year two and
seventh tenths mile course In 14 min-
utes and 47 seconds, running over
slippery roads.
Twenty men started the race and
all finished. Goetz and Wuerfel who
usually cross the line among the first
three were unable to run this morn-
ing and the remaining first ten to
cross the line finished in the follow-
ing order: Jones, Lowery, Smith, M. E.
Winslow, Watson, Doerr, De Witt, and
May.
In spite of the inclement weather,
Monroe showed improved time over
last week, and had the roads been in
better condition the record of 14 min-
i utes and 47 seconds would probably
have been broken. The men named
were giv~en tickets to the Grid-Graph
by Pratt and Dunn.
The final race of the year will be
held the week of the Ohio game and
in this race the first six men will.re-
ceive numeral sweaters and in addi-
tion th' first three will beg;iven silver
loving cups.
GRAND RAPIDS, Oct. 24.-Len D'-
Arcy, Detroit middleweight, defeated
Jimmy Nuss, of Marquette, in a ten-
round boxing contest here last night.

yardline.tField j; ton made one yard. Grange was tack- Below: Bob Brown, Michigan's Cap-
Red Grange made one yard through Judge, N. E. Kearns (De Pauw) led out of bounds by Friedman after : op
his own right tackle on first play e, Linesman, J. J. Lipski he sped around the Michigan right in an effort to aid his ace, Grange. l
from scrimmage. Daugherty made Chicago). end for seven yards. Coach Zupnke started the Illinoi:''n rann n nn L _____t__r
four yards through the same hole (Britton punted to Friedman, who captain as fluarterback, rather than
Red Grange went around Michigan _____________ _returned the ball seven yards to his as a half, the position he has here-to- Bo Molenda
right end for 15 yards bringing the ' own 23 yard line. Molenda made one fore played. Plunging through the Illini line, Bo
ball to the Michigan 40 yard line, through center of line for 11 yards yard with no opening in line. Shive- Brown broke through the line re- When the Panthers line up against Molenda constantly threatened the Il-
Britton plunged through the line for and a first down. Grange was tack- ly was hurt on the play. Friedman peatedly, throwing llinois backs for the Akron hndians at Navin field Sun- linois goal. His run of 29 yards was
three yards. Red Grange threw a pass led out of bounds by Friedman on his failed to gain. Gilbert punted to losses. Iday afternoon the -Detroit profes the longest of the first half, and his
which was intercepted by Molenda on own 39 yard line. Gilbert was hurt Grange, who was downed on his own 'ionals will be defending two records plunging aided in bringing the ball
his own 30 yard line. Molenda failed on the play. Time out. Gilbert re- 43 yard line yard line. Friedman passed to They have not been defeated this sea- into position imn the second quarter
to gain, trying Illinois left tackle. sumes play. Brown and Dewey threw 0ritton made three yars. Daugh- Gregory for le yards and a irst dowi. son, being tied with Akron for first a
Friedman went for a first down, cut- Britton for a one yard loss. Grange was ority broke through the Michigan line Moleda made ive yard though ten place. Detroit also is the only tea that gave Michigan an early lead.
t side of his own left end, bring stopped by George Babcock at the line to Michigan's 25 yard line for 17 yards. ter. Molenda added three more yards that has not been scord On this year
ing. balllto hisdown 42ryardoline.rGreg-aofhscrimmage.nBritton kicksitoythe
Ing bal to his own 42 yard line. Greg- of scrimmage. Britton kicks to the Grange was stopped for no gain. through center. I With a rest of two weeks both BOULOGNE, France, Oct. 24.-Lil-
or ade two yards through his own Michigan 32 yard le. Daugherity-found the Michigan line Fried n ae it a irst don for "Dutch" Marion and "Dutch" Lauer lam IHarrison, the young Argentine
left side. Molenda added three more Gregory went out wide for the first impregniable. Grange ws stopped Mi siwim Illirnois called tine Mo who were held out of the Dayton svimmer, will make her next try at
yards through the center of the line, play, but was called back. Gregory for no gain, Brown throwing him off lena d'rove through the line for four game, will be ready to start in the the English channel in 1927.
Friedman's pass was blocked by, failed to gain as the quarter ended. balance. yards. backfield. Russell Smith's injured
Daugherity. Michigan was penalized Score, Michigan 0, Illinois 0. Britton is back on his own 35 yard has
..,ie ad fra ofie ly Glet!II Molenda ad~ed ne yardl through1 ankle has responded to treatment and PITTSBURGH, Pa., Oct. 24.-Her-
five yards for an ofis dle prlay. ilert SECOND QUARTER line fr an attempt at a place kick. the same place. Friedman cut in and he will be back at his guard. bert Drury, former member of the
punted to Illnois 22 yard lie, Greg- ' ke ritton failed in his attempt tO tie the twisted his way through for four more - United States Olympic Hockey team
ory again touching the ball down. Redp Gregory went out widbeon a ted score and Michigan took the ball on yars. His pass was blocked giving LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Oct. 24.-Joe and last year one of the Pittsburgh
Grange gained two yards, trying the play for seven yards. Gilrpuntehe onher own 20 yardw line. Gilbert punte Illinois theard Brown, pitcher, announced today that yellow jackets, is the fifth member of
Michigan left end. Daugherity went over Grange's head to .the nois on the first play over Grange's head, line. Grange made two yards around he had signed a contract for 1926 with the latter organization to join the
through his own left side for four yard line. the ball rolling dead on Illinois' 43 Michigan's left end, and was tackled the Pittsburgh Pirates. Pittsburgh professionals. ,
yards. Grange was thrown for one Daugherity made a yard. Grange yarP line. g Oost'eraan.---
yard loss by Brown. Britton punted was forced out of bounds by Gilbert b Grange was stopped at the line oy lin _ __n__h e_
to Friedman,,who was tackled on his on his own 36 yard line. Britton s-rtmmagafdrhouhghen.-aughr__y-_
scdriage for no gain. saugherityk for six yards. Daugherity made a
own 44 yard line. punted to Friedman, who was tackled;made one yard through the line. iryt down. Tine out for Illinois.
.1Friedman lost four yards o apason his own 16 yard line. Molenda Ganewa onolbyOstraa dlGang made toutyardsIthroug is
play.Friedmana's pass to Gregory was failedsto gain. Gilbert punted to his is 47 yard line. iy made a beau- acnme Du rity fud Fha TH E PRESS BO X
incomplete, Fwhos as ak- son of y e, all s g g i tiful punt that went out of bounds on wide hole in the line for a five yard
tercepted by Grange, who was tack session of the ball. Michigan's 10 yard line. gai
led out of bounds on his own 48 yard1 Dewey broke through and stopped Molenda broke through center of gain rr
e.1A ass,' Leonad made one yard through the
line by Gilbert. Grange was thrown at the line of scrimmage. A ss, line for three yards. Gilbert punted line. Britton ki'ked to Gregory, who MEMORIAL STADIUM, URBANA, Coach Zuppke of Illinois upset all
for a loss by Harry Hawkins, who Grange to Kassell, was incomplete, to his own 46 yard line. Grange's returned the ball to his own 4 yard Il., Oct. 2.-Michigan took the field preCdictiOns in the selections of his
broke through the line. Daugherity A pass, Daugherity to Britton, was, pass was intercepted by Oosterbaan, 1line. Molenda made one yard through alt 1:20 o'clock for a light work out backfield, slating Grange to start as
gained two yards through his own left blocked. Illinois failed to gain a yard who was tackled on his own 38 yard center. and passing drill which last for 20 quarter, with Britton, fullback last
Aide. under three plays. Britton is stand- line..inte.. year and a guard this year, as a half.
Britton's pass was intercepted by ing on the 50 yard line preparing for F Fimal Score: 31 i(Iigan ,liinois 0.
Molenda on his own 36 yard line. a place kick. He kicked the ball over iedman bade oed at's tepa-t wasThe slippery condition 'of the ball In spite of a steady rain early this
Friedman made a yard around his the goal line, coming far from his tar- knocked down by Leonard Gregorypa w ITTSiRG, Pa., Oct. -Reiz- is handicapping both teams in their morning the day was not far from
own right end. Molenda broke through get. Michigan's ball on her own 20 made four yards n a fake. Gilbert resentatives of 200 universities and forward passing attack. ideal for a football contest atlhough
the line on a fake play and arriedu yard line.Ipunted to Grange, who was covered cogestoughout the country are-- the field was slightly soggy due to
the ball to the Illinois 33 yard line,! Gregory made one yard. Gilbert1 by three Tiichigan players as he caught here today to aid Pittsburgh in dedi- Another bit of Zuppke strategy the rain fall.
being tackled oat of bounds. Hei was back for a fake, when Molenda Ithe ball O his own 30 yard line, eating the n'w $2,000,000 stadium of was seCn in the play of Grange, who
made 29 yards on this play. Time out took the ball for five yards. On the the University o Pittsburgh. ran exceptionally wide ;round the h slippery ball also handicapped
for Illinois, same fake play, Friedman made a ovette barely missed Grange. __ ____ends for short gains. This move was the defensive team, as many passes
Grange was shaken up on the play. yard. Gilbert booted the ball to Red Grange was thrown for a loss by an- ARICA, Chile, Oct. 23.--The special seen as an attempt to avoid Michigan's were blocked instead of being inter-
Friedman made no gain ardund his FGrange, who was tackled by three otIer lineman. Britton punted over meeting of the TacnaA-Arica plebis- line from tackle to tackle. Last year cepted. Zuppke started Brown at right
left end, On the next play FriedmanI Michigan players on his own 45 yard Friedman's head, the Wolverine ick- citary commission which was to have Grange cut in after starting for the tackle for Illinoi. Brown was a
tossed the ball to Gilbert, but the pass line. im-g up the ball on his own five yard
tossed the ballto Gilbirt., bu the pass; line been held y esterd(ay, was post poned end ill making all pf his runs, varsity lineman last year but was un-

EXTRA .STAFF

Editor
Thomas V. Koykka

Assistants
W. Calvin Patterson
Charles Behymer
William Breyer
Philip C. Brooks
Carl Burger
Russell T. Hitt
Ellis Merry
Stanford N. Phelps
Stanley- Steinko

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