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A. XXXVIII, No. 35.

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29,

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Demonstration Loosed

SCOR ING TE RRITRY

On Champaign, Urbana Last Night

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SCORE BY QUARTERS

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ILLINI SCORE FIRST AS
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LEADS WOLVERINES
IN TODAY'S BATTLE

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MiLLER'S PUNTS FEATURE QUARTER'
By hierbert E. Vedder, Sports Editor
MEMORIAL STADIUM, CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 29-History
repeated itself this afternoon when Coach Robert Zuppke's Orange and
Blue clad Indians emulated the feat of the great Red Grange in 1924 by
successfully marching oi their way to the Big Ten championship, turning
back the invasion of fhe Wolverines before one of the largest crowds
ever to witness a contest in Memorial stadium.
Threatening clouds and unfavorable weather forecasts failed to
dampen the spirits of the Michigan and Illinois rooters, and estimates
place thxerecord crowd at more than 68,oo.
The Illinois victory is apt to prove a decisive factor in the 1927
Conference championship, as neither of the teams had met a reverse be-
fore today's contest. Their success over Coach Wieman's team gives
the Zuppkemen an unblemished record for the two games they have
played thus far. &
FIRST QUARTERf
Oosterbaan and Captain Reitsch met
in the center of the field, where the
" ll it eaptain won the toss and chose
to defend the south oalvith th -wind
Palmeroli kicked off to Grange on
the Illinois 25 yard line, and Grange - -,m" -.
returned the ball 10 yards before Lineup:
Puckelwartz stopped him. Mills car- Illinois Michigan
-ried the ball eight yards, and then Grange LE Oosterbaan
made it first down on his own 48 Schultz LT Harrigan
Yard line. Oosterbaan intercepted Crane LG Palmeroli
French's pass on Michigan's 48 yard Reitsch C Bovard
line, immediately being thrown out of McClure RG Baer
bounds. Miller made a yard through Nowack RT Gabel
guard. Puckelwartz's pass to Nyland Deimling RE Nyland
was barely incomplete. Miller punted French Q Hoffman
to Illinois' 14 yard line where Ooste'r- Mills LH Miller
baan downed the ball. near the east Timm RH Puckelwartz
side line. Timm was stopped by Bo- Stewart FB Rich
vard in an attempted end run. Officials: Masker (Northwest-
Illinois took time out. Mills, on a ern), referee; Schommer (Chica-
surprise second down punt, booted the go), umpire; Hedges (Dartmouth),
ball ouit of bounds on Michigan's 30 field Judge; Mumma (Army), head
yard line. Miller failed to gain. Mil- linesman.
ler punted and Baer knocked Mills_
down on the 33 yard line. Timm failed and Humbert downed the ball on
at Nyland's end. Stewart broke off Michigan's 29 yard line.1
left tackle for six yards. French's Miller drove two yards through cn
pass to Deimling was blocked by Mil- ter but Whittle was smothered on an-
ler. attempt through right tackle. Miller
Mills punted to Puckelwartz who punted and Pommerening downed the
was downed on Michigan's 25 yard line ball on Illinois 32 yard line. With
before he got started. Oosterbaan a beautiful exhibition of blocking, t
protested against Illinois backfeld Timm circled Michigan's right end for t
running before the ball was snapped. 22 yards, giving Illinois first down on9
Wolgast replaced Deimling at right the Illinois 45 yard line. Miller found
end for, Illinois. Puckelwartz made a hole at Michigan's left guard and r
two yards at right end. Miller punted went through for first down on Mich-I
short, Nyland downing the ball on Illi- igan's 35 yard line as the quarter t
nois 42 yard line. Stevtart made three ended.
yards at center. Stewart carriedtthe Score Michigan 0, Illinois 7...... .f
'ball5 yards more 1tbrough the center. SECOND QUARTER .
Stewart again plunged failing to Domhoff replaced Hoffman and Hes-
make first down by two feet. Mills ton replaced Nyland at right end. '
punted and Grange recovered on Mich- Baer smothered Humbert behind the fi
igans seven yard line when Pucl el- line. Humbert fumbled, and Gabel re- f
wartz fumbled the ball. Timer was covered giving Michigan the ball on t
taen out by Michigan. Fuller re- her 3,5 yard line. Baer was injured v
'placed uckelwartz for Michigan. on the play, but was able to resume P
Steussy replaced French for Illinois. play. A pass Whittle to Heston, was h
On th first "play Judd Tmm, on a incomplete. Miller was smothered on G
fast run around Michigans right end a double pass play.
galloped .Arssfora touhdow t
gaarded wros forf tonehow Standing in punt formation, Miller t
guded y perfet tererence. Not passed too far for Whittle. Miller
a Miehigan player touched Timm, the punted to Mills, who was down on Ill- f
play akig he first score against the nois 23 yard line. Humbert made 3 i
Wt ^yards off right tackle. Humbert fum- y'
Thuin 4!pked a perfect goal front bled, but recovered for a three yard
placement. Score Mieh. 0, Illinois 7. loss, Mills punted to Miller who was t
Fuller kicked off to Mills on Illinois' downed on his 44 yard line. Whittle's A
T0 yard line and Mills ran back to his pass to Miller was complete for 8 v
27 yard line. Whittle replaced Fuller yards. Miller lost 2 yards, but Rich 1
for Michigan. Illinois took time out. made them back on the next play. b
Mills stashed through left tackle Miller punted out of bounds on Illi- w
for flve yards. Humbert, who replac- nois six yard line, a perfect kick. I
ed Stewart, made three yards more. Timm carried the ball for 2 yards on t
Humbert went off Michigan's right a buck. Mills punted from his goal
guard failing by a foot in making first line to Whittle who returned 5 yards a
down. Mills punted to Whittle, who to Illinois 33 yard line. And Illinois r
returned the ball 10 yards to his own took time out. Wietz and Sherman i
29 yard line. replaced McClure and Crane at guards. n
Miller made two yards off left tackle. Gordon went in for Schultz at tackle. I
Rich plowed through left guard for Whittle sent a short pass to Heston t

LLINI MENTORI-
YOSTMEN HOLD EDGEILNIETR
OVERILLINIOGRIDDEPRS
When the Michigan and Illinois foot-
ball teams met in the Illinois Memor-
ial stadium this afternoon in a contest
that attracted the attention of countlessI
grid followers throughout the country,
it was the thirteenth meeting of teams
representing the two schools over a 29
year period, beginning in 1898.
This season's encounter, however,
was marked by the fact that the his-
tonec rivalry of Coaches Yost and
Zuppke no longer characterized the
meeting of the Wolverine and Indian
teams. In the seven contests in which
Yost-coached teams met those drilledf
by Zuppke the former holds the edge,
four games to three.
Michigan Holds 9-3 Edge.
Coach Yost had three victories to
his credit .over the Indians before
Zuppke took over the coaching duties (oiwhi ohThrtert Zuppke
at Illinois, and these added to the Veteran Illinois grid mentor, whose
hree earlier victories gained by Orange and Blue-clad charges faced
Michigan elevens over Orang'e and a Wolverine team for the eighth time
Blue teams give them,.an edge of nine this afternoon in Illinois Memorial
to three. stadium. For seven years the teams
of Zuppke have met those coached
Thetw aciet gid rivalry between by Fielding H. Yost, and the latter
the two schools dates back to 1898, holds a three to four edge in this
when the Wolverines gained their first series.
victory, 1 -5, in a contest that was ser __s
played in Detroit. The following sea-I
son the Wolverines again registered THIRD QUARTER
a win over the Indians, this time by I Illinois kicked off to Domhoff who
a score of 5-0, and in 1900 they in- returned to his 27 yard line. With
creaied their total to three by wli- new life, Rich tore through a hole
ning 12-0. at right tackle for 12 yards and first
Score 33-0 Victory in '19. down on Michigan's 40-yard line.
Between the years 1900 and 1919, After two interval bucks Stewart cut
the season that Michigan re-entered short the Wolverine rally by inter-
the Western Conference, Yost-coached cepting Whittle's pass on the Illinois
teams met the Orange and Blue clad 40-yard line. Humbert made three
gridmien on two occasions and were yards off left guard. On the next play
twice returned victors. In 1905 the. Illinois fumbled, and Gabel recovered'
Wolverines piled up the biggest score on Illinois' 42-yard line. Whittle went
ever made by a Michigan team against through right guard for three yards.
an Ilinois aggregation, 33-0, and in Oosterbaan was nailed from the line
1906 they repeated their secess by a for a 10-yard loss when he attempted
28-9 score. to drop back for a pass. Miller passed
When Michigan reentered the Big to Domhoff, who was tackled by Rich.
Ten in 1919, reations with Iinois were man on the Illinois 39-yard line. Mil-
resumed and the interesting rivalry lei's punt was wide and went over the
between Yost and Zuppke, two of the goal line, giving Illinois the ball and
country's ad Zootka, trategishs breaking up Michigan's rally. .
bgn. I hgea est football strategists, Gabel tackled Timm, the latter mak-
began. I h ist meeting the Illini ing only one yard. '
avenged former defeats, in a measure, ingonyoeard.
by humbling their old rivals, 29-7. Short was substituted for Grange at
- ns end, and Richman replaced Reitsch at
TPim ra thrTrftvn- i r~tr fn Illinic Bae whnwc

TFOJTBA L[
Scores for out of town football
c games were secured through the!
courtesy of Stofflet's Phono Shop,
616 East Liberty street.. By means
of a Spartan radio, installed in The
Daily office, scores as announced
from different fields were received.
Scores published in previous extras
have been secured through the
courtesy of Stofflet's.
. Third Quarter
Yale 19, Dartmouth 0.
Montana 7, Purdue 6.
Missouri 7, Northwestern 0.
Nebraska 14, Syracuse 0.
Harvard 26, Indiana 6.'
Northwestern 12, Missouri 7.
First Half
Colgate 0, New York U. 0.
Penn State 20, Lafayette 0.
Navy 6, Pennsylvania 6.
Princeton 16, William and Mary 0.
Columbia 0; Cornell 0.
Army 21, Bucknell 0.
Carnegie Tech 7, W. Virginia 6.
U. of D. 12, M. S. C. 6.
Minnesota 7, Wisconsin 7.
O. S. U. 6, Chicago 7.
Notrb Dame 6, Georgia Tech 0.
Iowa 2, Denver 0.
SIDELIGHTS
,Led by Capt. Oosterbaan the Wol-
verines galloped onto the gridiron,
followed by the Illini. The Michigan
team was clad only in light cotton
socks. The Indians again showed
themselves sons of the primitive for-
est and came out in the nude so far
as socks were concerled.
Miller and Oosterbaan took a long
punting practice along with Gilbert,
all three of the Wolverines getting off
kicks better than 45 yards. Gilbert,
Palmeroli, and Rich took - turns at
place-kicking goals after touchdown.
through the center for -12 yards to
Illinois 25 yard line. Rich's pass was
intercepted. Pommerening broke
through and smeared Mills for a 5
Yard loss. .Stewart hit the line as the
quarter ended with the ball on Illi-

I _~~N EVE F CRUCIALMa
BATTLE
ZUPPKE PLEADS FOR AID
Snake Dance Around Town Keys
Crowd ofilniecoiners To High
Pitch For Contest
CHAMPAIGN, Ill.j Oct. 29-Ten
l thousand loyal Illinois supporters let
loose their pent-up enthusiasm in a
monster pep-meeting in the new gym-
nasium here last night, and roared
their approval as the different speak-
grs sounded the old war cry of the age,
"Beat Michigan."
The entire populace of both Urbana
and Champaign was football crazy on
the eve of the great homecoming game
between Illinois and Michigan, and
students andl homecomers united in
giving verbal expression of their feel-
ings. Coach Robert Zuppke, Director
of Athletics George Huff, and Chuck
Kassel, captain of the 1926 team were
speakers at the hour of demonstration.
Red Grange, the galloping ghost of the
gridiron, was/ unable to come and
speak.
"Whatever else happens," Zuppke
ended his speech, "support that team
of yours. If things go against them
at first, stick. They are going to fight
every inch of the way. The boys are
a bit green but they are not at all
afraid of the Wolverines because they
are from Michigan. They are as easy
to beat as any other team."
Have Snake Dance
Following his speech the crowd
joined in singing "Illinois Loyal" with
the band accompanying. Then fol-
lowed a snake dance toward town.
Every man in the throng which is still
crowding into town for the game is
keyed to a high pitch, and last night
was continually bursting into cries of
"Beat Michigan."
Every fraternity and sorority house
in town has been beautifully decorated
for the Illinois Homecoming guests
who will pack the stadium, 68,000
strong. Superlatives have not been
invented to describe the decorations of
Maize and Blue and of Orange and
Blue.
One house displayed itself as a light-
house with a beacon light shining
forth, and has a curtain hung over the
entire front paibted to appear as stone.
Search lights are played on almost all
of the decorations.
Far to the south, at the edge of town,
strong beacon lights illuminate the
east abutment of the stadium itself.
Champaign and Urbana were trans-
formed towns last night with the stage
set for making Illinois' 18th Home-
coming the greatest in Illinois history.

Capt. Bennie Oosterbaani
Michigan's all-American end, who
played- a leading role in the offensive
and defensive play of the Wolverine
team in today's contest ,with the Illini.
around Michigan's right end' by Mills,
gained 15 yards before Pommerening
tackled him from behind. Humbert
tore off left tackle five yards before
going out of bounds.
Mills carried the ball three yards
more after a double pass behind the
line of scrimmage. Michigan took
ime out.
Michigan adopted a secondary de-
fense. Humbert made a first down
on Illinois 46 yard line. Domhoff
pushed him out of bounds after a 2
yard gain in a run clear across the
ield. Illinois was penalized five yards
or delaying the game. Steussy's pass,
to Mills was incomplete. Humbert
was nailed by Pommerening. Mills
punted to Miller who Awas downed in
his tracks on Michigan's 23 yard line.
Gordon smeared Rich for a yard loss.
With Oosterbaan back, Rich plunged
hrough guard for three yards. Miller
assed to Domhoff on a kick formation
or a 15 yard gain giving Michigan her
nitial first down on the Wolverine 43
yard line.
On an attempted wide end run Wiit-
le was smeared for a 14 yard loss.
k pass, Oosterbaan to Whittle, was
wide. Miller's punt rolled to Illinois'
6 yard line before going out of
ounds. It was a 59 yard punt. Mills
was stopped by Pommerening and
Palmeroli. Humbert made four yards
:hrough left guard.
Oosterbaan blocked Mill's punt and
after the ball had been knocked about !
referee Masker gave the ball to Mich-
gan over Reitsch's protest. Rich
made two yards through center. Mil-
er made two more. There was only
wo minutes left to play in the half.

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t mm was thrown for a yard loss; center zor iinois.Baer, wno was
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on an attempted run around Heston's hurt on the last play, resumed play. FOURTH QUARTER
end after three lateral -passes had Stewart made two yards. Mills punted QGrange and Jolley replaced Deim-
been made. A wide hole enabled short and Deimling downed the ball in IGling and Schultz. Whittle was
Humbert to go to Illinois' 29-yard line midfield. Oosterbaan delayed too long gsmothered as he caught Mills' punt on
as the half ended. Score-Michigan 0, con an attempted pass and was smeared Michigan's 46-yard line. losterbaan
Illinois7.a 12 yards behind the line. Miller took recovered quickly when he was caught
the ball outs of bounds. Miller punted back of the line of 'scrimimage, and
to Mills who was downed by Baer on bc fteln fsrmae n
.i an Star Illinoiswh8-yadneyBrnran within a half yard of first down.
nIllinois' 38-yard line. Rich plowed through center for first
Stewart made. a yard. Mills went down, but Michigan was penalized
OpeartonMichigan's right end with per- five yards for offside. Nyland replaced
feet interference, carrying the ball to Heston at right end for Michigan.
Michigan's 36-yard line. Pommerening Hes trigted for an.
stoped Mllson te net pay. os-Mills intercepted Whittle's pass after
stopped Mills on the next play. o a sensational run to snatch the ball
terbaan and Bovard stopped Mills on out of Nyland's handsson Illinois' 15-
the next run around end for a yard yard line. The Wolverines piled up'
loss, A pass, Steussy to Timm, was Illinois' interference and Mills failed
knocked down by Whittle. Mills punt-
ed out of bounds on Michigan's 19- to gain atthe line.
yard line. On a double pass to Rich, S w e two yards before be-
Michigan failed to gain. McClure was land Grange downed Mills' punt on
hurt on the play and Illinois took time Michigan's 38-yard line. Miller went
Sout, around Oosatrbaan's end for a yard
Miller's punt was blocked by No. gain. French replaced Stenssey for
wack and Sehliltz recovered, ging Illinois. Sullo replaced Baer at guard
1 llinois her second touchdown. No- for Michigan. Rich made a first down
wack kicked the goal. Score Illinois through right guard on Michigan's 49-
11 Michigan 0. yard line.
Pommerening kicked off to Stewart, French intercepted Whittle's pass on
who returned the ball 15 yards to Michign's 42-yard line. Stewart car-
Illinois' 35-yard line. Illinois could ried the ball two yards on a deeptive
not. gain at center. Bovard stopped play. Stewart dove four yards

I THE EXTRA STAFF
( Editor
I Kenneth G. Patrick
Assistants
Nelson J. Smith Jr.
( Milton Kirshbaum
Wilton Simpson
Morris Quinn
Paul Kern
I Lawrence Klein
( Joe Howell
( Charles Monroe
I Edward Warner
( Dave Scheyer
( Jack Lait, Jr.
I Pierce Rosenberg
( Joe Zwerdling

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