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PAGE SIX

THE.,MCHIGCAN. DAILY

SUNDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1926

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FIIRST QJARTER ,
Captain Friedman of Michigan and
Captain Kasse+- f Illinois met in the
centr of thei feld with Walter Ecker-
sall, the refpree to determine which .
goal the teams would defend. Rtassel
w011° the toss and elected to "defend
th'e st goal
Gllbert kicked off to Peters on the
15 yard line, Peters returning the ball
13 yards before being downed. Daugh-
erity made 3 yards through Michigan's
right tackle and SteVart added two
inore on the same play. Peters was
thrown for a one yard loss on an at-
tempted end run.
Lanum kicked .to Gilbert on Mich-
gan's 25 yard line and Gilbert returned
t6he ball to his own 40 yard line.
Gilbert was held for no gain on an
end run. Stewart intercepated Fried-
man's first pass, giving Illinois pos-
session of the ball on Michigan's 45
yard line. 'Daugherity twisted his way
for one yard.'
Stewart hit center for four yards and
t'en made four yards around Flora's
eid. Peters' drop kick from the 40
yard line failed, Michigan gaining pos-
session of the ball on its own 20 yard
acline. Gilbert cut back through left
tackle for a nine yard-gain. Molenda.
made it first down on a line buck
tl1ough center.
Rich made one yard around Illinois'
right end. Friedman's pass was in-
cmplete. Gilbert kicked to Illinois'
35 yard line where Michigan downed
the ball. Oosterbaan stopped Stewart
on an attempted end run. Daugher-
ia R ran five yards around Flora's end
before being forced out of bounds.
Peters was stopped on a quarterback
sneak for no gain. Lanum punted to
Gilbert on the 24 yard line, Gilbert
returning the ball415 yards before run-
ping out of bounds. Friedman slipped
on an off tackle play and failed to
gain. Gilbert passed to Oosterbaan
but Peters leaped high into the air to
block it.
Gilbert punted to Peters who fumb-
led but recovered the ball on the Illi-
nois 28 yard line. Illinois called for
time out to have Lanum's leg taped.
Daugherity gained a yard through
right guard. Peters lost two yards on
a kick formation around Oosterbaan's
end. Lanum punted to Friedman on
the 32 yard line, the Wolverine cap-
tain returning the ball to Michigan's
43 yard line.
Gilbert gained a yard through thej
line. Rich twisted his way throught
left tackle for four yards. Gilbertl
punted out of bounds on the Illinoisl
25 yard line. Stewart was stopped
without gain on a line buck. Stewartf
was again stopped without gain. Lan-
um punted to Gilbert on the 35 yard
line, the Michigan back returning it to
his own 41 yard line.5
Friedman passed to Oosterbaan but
Illinois blocked it. Gilbert was thrown
for a one yard loss on an attempted
end run., Molenda plowed through C
center for six yards. Gilbert bunted
to Peters on the 14 yard line, Peters1
running around the left end of. his li1et
to the 22 yard line.1
Daugherity made four yards through
Michigan's left guard. Peters added
another yard on the same play. Michi-.t
gan called for time out. Peters made ,
one- yard around ,.Oosterbaan's end.t
Lanum punted to Friedman on the 331
yard 'line. Friedman returned the ballf
to his own 40 yard line as the quarter
ended. Gilbert was hurt .on the play2
but after receiving medical aid fromz
Trainer Hoyt he resumed his placef
at left half.
Score: Michigan 0, Illinois 0.,

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These Stars Bear Brunt of Wolverines' Powerful Attack

MICHIGAN HARRIERS
DOWN PURDUE, s35-.2f
Michigan's well-balanced gross-
country squad decisively defeated
Coach E E. O'Connor's Purdue har-
riers yesterday by a score of 35 to 20
over .the Varsity four and two-tenths
miles course.
Individual honors fell to Captain
Little, of Purdue, fourth, place win-
ner in the national intercollegiate mile'
last year. Little ran a heady race
throughout the whole distance,allow-
ing Iskendarian, Michigan, to set the
fast pace over the first mile, then
matching strides with Iskendarian and
Captain Briggs for the remainder of
the distance, and finally taking advan-
tage of the long descending hill at the
ijnish to obtain a brilliant victory by
more than 65 yards, over Briggs.
The time for the long grind wasj
good, considering the extremely cold
weather and high wind. Little was
clocked in 23:16, seven seconds bet-
ter than Briggs' time for the distance.
Iskendarian, who had set the pace for
most of the trip, faded at the finish
and finished in a dead heat with La--

mont, also of Michigan, for seventh!
p tlace. lmsr h, trUf
O n the home stretch, a trio of Wol-

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vernes advanced to tb e front andy
passed the tiring runners to finish
third, fourth, and fifth. These' m1en
were Wuerfel, Monroe, and Hornberg-
er. Wuerfel maintained his position
for the major portion (i the route;I
Monroe was running strongly and was
fresh at the finish; and Hornberger
seemed content with his position and
did not exert himself:
These men were the only one~s to
gain official recognition in the Wol-
verine scoring, but another Farrell
man placed in the general lineup of
his teammates. Hill, who finished
eighth, ahead of every member of the
B~oilermaker squad except the leader,
was automatically stricken out in the(
official count. According to the sys-1
tem, only the best five of each team
are reckoned.
IOn this basis, Purdue is ranked one
for first place, and Winkle, eighth, is
ioved up to seventh' place, Teney,
tenth, is given eighth, v aguer, twelfth,
is given ninth, and Curtis, thirteenth,
is given tenth.
Michigan made two first downs in
the third period while Illinois made
one.

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Coach Yost's Wolverines met Coach
Zuppke's Illini on Perry field today
with a considerable edge on the Illi-
nois gridders in the number of games
won and lost in previous years.
Michigan has won eight of the elev-
en contests in which th two teams
have met since 1898, four of these be-
ing by large scores.
A list of the ganes played between
the two schools and the scores fol-

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1898-Michigan
1899--Michigan
1900-cMichigan
1905-Michigan
1906-Michigan
1919-Michigan
1920-Michigan
1921-Michigan
1922-Michigan
1924-Michigan
1925-Michigan

12....Illinois
5....Illinois'
12....Illinois
33.....Illinois
28... .Illinois
7.... Ilinois
G.. ..Illinois
3.,...Illinois
24.... Illinois
14....Illinois
3.....Illinois

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practice of sending the halfbacks and
ends into the game without stockings.

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Some of the members of Coach Y ost's fighting Wolyerine tear that has made an impressive start toward
retaining the Big Ten fbotball title b y winning the first two contests on t he 1926 schedule.
In addition to personally account ing for seven of his team's 13 points, Benny Friedman, Michigan's bril-
liant captain, directed the Wolverine's play with rare judgment. His accu rate toe sent perfect place kicks be-
tween the uprights from the 18 and 30 yard lines. \
Oosterbaan and Flora, Michigan's powerful flankers, repeatedly turned back the fleet Illini backs before
they could make impressive gains. O osterbaan continued to run true to All -American form by figuring promin-
ently in Michigan's foreward passing attack in the second period of the ga me.
Molenda, the "ploughboy" of the Y ost team, crashed through the Illini forward will for Michigan's single
touchdown. "Bo" played a strong def ensive game and often stopped the O range and Blue backs after they had
broken through the Wolverine line. He also played an important part in the passing attack of his team.
Baer and Lovette were the outsta nding men on the Michigan line. Th e former turned in the best game of
his career as a Wolverine player. Lo vette, besides being a tower of stren gtl on his side of the line, intercepted
an Illini pass deep in the visitor's ter ritory that resulted in a Michigan tou chdown.
Rich,- starting his second confer ence game, lroved hinself a valuab le ground-gainer, by crashing through
the Illinois line for several good gains during the first half.

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Michigan's 24 yard line. Lanum made
two yards on a quarterback sneak.
Peters was thrown for a two yard loss
by Baer on a wide end run.
Truskowski intercepted Lanum's
forward pass on his own eighteen yard
line. Gilbert punted to Peters in'mid-
field,, Lovette downing him on Illinois'
44 yard line. Stewart made one yard
on an end run. A forward pass, Lan-
um .to Daugherity, was incomplete.
The Michigan captain asked for time
out.
Lanum threw a pass which was
blocked by Rich. Lanum punted to
Gilbert on the 25 yard line and the
ball was returned to Michigan's 34
yard line. Wilson was substituted at
tackle. Molenda made one yard
through the line.' On a fake kick -play
Friedman ran through the center of
the Illinois team for 15 yards. Mo-
lenda twisted his way through the line
for three more.
Gilbert was stopped for no gain by
Nowak. Friedman was thrown for a
nine yard loss when he attempted to
forward pass. Gilbert punted to Pet-
ers who fumbled but recovered on his
own eight yard line. Peters made a
half vard through the line. Lanum

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punted to Friedman in midfield, the
Friedman's pass was intercepted by ball being downed on Illinois' 49
Daugherity, giving Illinois possession yard line.
of the ball on its own 42 yard line. Molenda leaned over the line for
Illinois called for time out. Stewart three yards. Friedman was stopped
was thrown for a one yard loss by by Lanum when he reached the line.
Ray Baer on an offside play. Lanum A forward pass, Friedman to Gilbert,
gained a. yard when he took the ball was incomplete, Stewart grounding the
out of bounds. I ball. Gilbert made a beautiful punt
A pass, Lanum to Kassel, was suc- to the Illinois goal line, Flqra down-
cessfgl, placing the ball on Michigan's ing the ball within six inches of the
48 yard line, missing a first down by goal.
inches. Lanum sneaked through cen- Lanum punted to Gilbert in mid-
ter for one yard, giving Illinois a
first down. Daugherity made a yard (Continued on Page Seven.)
on a line buck. Peters passed to
Daugherity who made a spectacular , RENTALS
catch giving Illinois another first down
with the ball on Michigan's 35 yard .New
line. Stewart sprinted for eight y.rds
around Flora's end.
Illinofs. called for time out when
Peters washt r . Daugherity was stop-
ped by Baer for no gain. A pass, At RIDER'S
Stewart to Is;e1,- made another first REPAIRING
down for Illinois, placing the ball oiE
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