SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1926
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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field. Gilbert twisted his way through
the Illinois team to place the ball on
Illinois' 25 yard line. Friedman pas-
sed to Gilbert who made a spectacular
catch to complete the pass on Illinois'
9 yard line. Rich was thrown for a
three yard loss. After faking a for-
ward pass, Friedman ran around the
Illinois left end for eight yards.
Standing on the 15 yard line from a
difficult angle Friedman made a
place kick, giving the Wolverines
Score: Michigan 3, Illinois 0.
Gilbert kicked off over the goal line.
The referee, Eckersall, brought the
ball out to Illinois' 20 yard line.
Palmeroli broke in and threw
Daugherity for a one yard loss. Stew-
art wormed through Michigan's right
guard for four yards. Stewart made
two yards. Lanum punted out of
bounds on Michigan's 47 yard line.
Oosterbaan threw a long pass to Gil-
bert but the ball was grounded by
Friedman threw a pass to Molenda
bringing the ball to Ilinois' 40 yard
line as the half ended.
Store: MIchigan 3, Illinois 0.
P ul Cook was substituted for Rich
in alhe Michigan lineup at the begin-
nin# of the second half.
Illinois elected to kickoff to Michi-
gan when play was resumed. Nowak
kicIed off to Cook who advanced the
ball to his own 34 yard line. Cook
gained three yards through Nowak.
Friedman, on a criss cross buck, made
Molenda, going through Illinois'
right tackle, twisted his way to his
own 46 yard line, giving Michigan a
first down. Cook made one yard
around Illinois' left end. Friedman's
pass was grounded. Gilbert threw a
long pass to Oosterbaan but Daugher-
ity leaped high into the air and Inter-
After receiving the pass, Daugherity'
ran to Illinois' 44 yard line before be-
ing downed by Friedman. Gilbert,
who threw the pass, was injured on the
play. Daugherity made a wide end
run around Flora and brought-the bail
to Micigan's 43 yard line, CGok fre-
Ing hiio t of bounds on the play.
Daugherity plowed through the On-
t i of Michigan's line for a gain of
three yards. Oosterbaan threw Peters
for a two yard loss. Peters slipped
off tackle for four yards. Peters, stand-
ing on the 50 yard line, failed in an
attempt to make a place kick, the ball
rolled to Michigan's two yard line,
Coogt downing it for Michigan. Gilbert
punted to Peters on the Michigan 40
yard line and Peters ran 14- yards,
Gabel making the tackle.
Illinois requested time out when
Peters was in jured. Friedman broke
through and tossed Stewart for a five
yard loss. Peters was stopped
when he attempted to gainI
through Lovette. Stewart stumbled
through the line for a yard. Standingi
on Michigan's 40 yard line, Peters triedi
another drop kick but the kick missedI
the uprights by five yards, passing to
the left. Gilbert punted to Peters who
was downed in his tracks on his ownt
35 yard line. Ray Baer, who assisted
in the tackle, was hurt, and Michigan
called for time out.
On a fake cross buck Stewart hurdl-
ed the line for two yards. Oosterbaan
downed Peters on the next play after
the Illinois star back had gained three
yards. Peters made a wide end run
around Flora's end and then cut back"
for a 13 yard gain. Lanum threw a
pass to Daugherity, Truskowski tack-
ling the Illinois receiver on Michigan's
44 yard line.
Stewart stumbled but regained his
feet and brought the hall within a half
yard of a first down. Lovette broke
through the Illinois line and threw
Stewart for a three yard loss. Peters
tried another drop kick from the 45
yard line but the ball fell short. Cook
took it but was downed in his tracks
on Michigan's six yard line. Gilbert
punted out of bounds on his own 39
Truskowski broke through center
and brought down Peters after he had
made one yard. Illinois was penalized
15 yards for holding. Lanum jumped
high into the air and snared Daugberi-
ty's pass and netted the Indians a 10,
yard gain. Po Molenda intercepted
Lanum made a yard on a quarter-,
backsneak. Gable tackled Peters who
failed to gain. Lanum punted toed-
man and the Michigan captain return-
ed the ball nine yards to Illinois' 49
Cook made four yards on an end
run. Gilbert, on a criss, cross buck,j
made a yard. A forward pass, Fried-
man to Cook, placed the ball in Illi-;
nois' 25 yard line. Gallivan was sent
into the game to replace Stewart.
Friedman took the ball outsie butt
gained two yards on the play.!
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Cook was held \for no gain when he!
attempted to go through Knapp. Mo-
lenda ulowed his way through the line
r for a three yard gain. Wih Gilbert
holding the ball on Illinois' 27 yard
line, Friedman made a perfect place
kiek over the goal posts, giving the
Wolverines a six point margin over
Score: Mchigan 6, tllhis 0.
Gilbert kicked off to Peters who
brought the ball back 20 yards before
Baer tackled him on Illinois' 22 yard
line. Lanum threw a pass to Daugh-
erity netting a four yard gain. Peters
was stopped at the line of scriinmage
on an off takle play.
Lanum threw a pass, Trtskowski in-
tercepting the ball and giving Michi-
gan the ball on the Illinois' 31 yardf
line. Gilbert twisted through Illinois'
left guard for two yards. Yost sent
in Rich to'replace Cook at right half.
Gilbert met a stone wall on the next
Friedman failed by a hair's breadth
to carry the ba ver. On the last
down Molenda wet through the cen.
ter of the Hite for a touchdown.6
Gilbert hurt his left foot, aggravat-
ing an old injury which kept him out
of the first two games on the Mich-
igan scedul wMolenda was stopped'
without gain when he attempted to
buck the Illinois line. Standing on
on Illinois' 35 yard line, Friedman
made an unsuccessful attempt to kick
a field goal. Peters caught the ball
and returned it 11 yards to Illinois'
14 yard line. Gallivan was stopped
at the line of scrimmage.
Lanum's forward pass was inter-
cepted by Lovette on Illinois' 23
yard line. Friedman threw a pass to
Oosterbaan who. after making a great
catch carried three Illini men to Il-
linois' 2 yard line. Molenda made a
yard on a line buck. On a cross play,
Oosterbaan brought the ball within
inches o-f the goal.
Friedman failed by a hair's width
to carry the ball over. On the last
down Molenda went through the cen-
ter .of the line for a touchdown.
Friedman made the extra point.
Score: Michigan 13, Illinois 0.
French was substituted for Peters.
Marriner and Grabel were sent in
at the tackles. .Nichol was substitut-
ed for Wilson at end. Gilbert kick-'
ed off to Gallivan on the goal line and
Gallivan raced tvith the ball to his
own 20 yard line before he was tackl-
ed by Lovette. Brown wls sent in to
replace D'Ambrosio. French was
thrown for a yard loss' on an off
tackle play. Ray Baer was hurt on
the play. -
Grinell replaced Baer at left tackle.
Baer was given a great ovation upon
his withdrawal, after having played
the greatest game of his career against
the Illini. French gained a yard
around .MichigaI's left end. After
shaking off four Michigan tacklers,
Daugherity gained three yards around
Michigan's right end.
Lanum kicked to Gilbert on Mich-
igan's 35 yard line. Gilbert made a
wide run to bring the ball back 10
yards. Molenda gained four yards
after finding a big hole in the left
side of Illinois' line. Molenda broke
through for a first down, advancing
the ball to Illinois' 41 yard line.
Molenda fumbled but recovered,
losing two yards. Overton replaced
Brown at left end. Michigan's fam-
ous Friedman to Oosterbaan combin-
ation, worked for the second time,
Oosterbaan placing the ball on Il-
linois' 30 yard line. A pass by Fried-
man was intercepted by Gallivan who
was brought down on the Indian's
35 yard line.
Molenda intercepted Gallivan's pass'
in midfield and brought the ball toj
Illinois 35 yard line as the game end-
Final score: Michigan 13, Illinois
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Stewart's pass and ran to Michigan's'
44 yard line..
Schultz, who tackled Molenda, was
injured on the play and taken out of
the game. Zuppke sent in Knapp
Io replace Schultz. - Friedman made
eight yards on an offtackle play. Gil-
bert nde three yards through center
and gave Michigan a first down. Paul
Cook was stopped for no gain when
l'e attempted to skirt D'Ambrosio's
Friedman was thrown for a four
Michigan attempted nine forward
passes, completing two during the first
half. Illinois piade three first dOwns
and the Wolverines made four during
the same period.
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