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__ THE MICHIGAN DAILYs

UN DAY, OCTOBER 30 192'

ILLINOIS

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INDIANS TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FUMBLE AND SCORE
BLOCKEDKICKTO SCORE BOTHTOUCHD NS I CHIGAN
peG igan Reaches Scoring Tilerritory Miller knocked the ball lown and I1 -
Twice Puring First Half But I i xwas enalized 5 yards Mills
Lacks PunchJ i sw na yr.LU
punted high, and lumbert lowned

BY QUARTERS

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2nd

3rd 4th
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9 M'emorial Stad~ium
At 1:15 Illinois' band formed at the
1 t 4 g pole in the south end of the field
and began its concert. Illinois "Loy-
alty" twas the first selection played.
The Victors was rendered at 1:30 with
the Michigan heerijig section showing
as much animation as possible.

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GARLAND GRANGE STARS
FIRST QUARTER
Oosterbaan and Captain Reitsch mo
in the center of the field, where the
Illini captain won the toss and chose
to defend the south goal with the wind
at his back.
Palmeroli kicked off to Grange or
the Illinois 25 yard line, and Grange
returned the ball 10 yards before
Puckelwartz stopped him. Mills car-
ried the ball eight yards, and then
made it first down on his own 48
yard line. Oosterbaan intercepted
French's pass on Michigan's 48 yard
line, immediately being thrown out of
bounds. Miller made a yard through
guard. Puckelwartz's pass to Nyland
was barely incomplete. Miller punted
to Illinois' 14 yard line where Ooster-
baan downed the ball near the east
side line. Timm was stopped by Bo-
vard in an attempted end run.
Illinois took time out. Mills, on a
surprise second down punt, booted the
ball out of bounds on Michigan's 30
yard line. Miller failed to gain. Mil-
ler punted and Baer knocked Mills
down on the S yard line. Timm failed
to gain at Nyland's end. Stewart
broke off left tackle for 6 yards.
French's pass to Deimling was block-
ed by Miller.
Mills punted to Puckelwartz who
was downed on Michigan's 25 yard line
before he got started. Oosterbaan
protested against Illinois backfield
running before the ball was snapped.
Wolgast replaced Deimling at right
end for Illinois. Puckelwartz made
two yards at right end. Miller punted
short, Nyland downing the ball on Illi-
nois 42 yard line. Stewart made three
yards at center. Stewart carried the
ball 5 yards more through the center.
Stewart again plunged failing to
make first down by two feet. Mills
punted and Grange recovered on Mich-
igan's seven yard line when Puckel-
wartz fumbled the ball. Time was
wartz fumbled the ball. Time out was
taken by Michigan. Fuller re-
placed Puckelwartz for Michigan.
Steussy replaced French for Illnois.
On the first play Judd Timmn, on a
fast run around Michigan's right end
galloped across for a touchdown
guarded by perfect interference. Not
a Michigan player touched Timm, the
play making the first score against the
Wolverines this season.
Timm kickedap .erfect goal from
placement. Score Mich. 0, Illinois 7.
Fuller kicked off to Mills on Illinois'
10 yard line and Mills ran back to his
27 yard line. Whittle replaced Fuller
for Michigan. Illinois took time out.
Mills slashed through left tackle
for five yards. Humbert, who replac-
ed Stewart, made three yards more.
Humbert went off Michigan's right
guard failing by a foot in making first
down. Mills punted to Whittle, who
returned the ball 10 yards to his own
29 yard line.'
Miller made two yards off left tackle.
Rich plowed through left guard for
six yards. Miller kicked short and.
Humbert was downed on his own 49
yard line.' Pommerening went in for
Harrigan at left tackle. Stuessy's pass
to Timm was incomplete, Hoffman
blocking the attempt. Humbert was
stopped by Rich. Stuessey attempted a

the ball on Michigan's 29 yard line.
Miller drove two yards through cen-
ter but Whittle was smothered on an
t attempt through right tackle. Miller
1 puntedlandl'onimerening (lowned the
eball on Illinois 32 ya rd line. With
e a beautiful exhibition of blocking,
. Timm circled Michigan's right end for
22 yards, giving Illinois first down on
the Illinois 45 yard line. Mills found
a hole at Michiga n'sleft gua rd and
ewent through f0or first (down on Mich-1
igan's 35 yard line as the quarter
ended.
1 Score 3ichi gan 0, llinois 7.
SECONI)QADE
Domhoff replaced Iloffman and ies-
- ton replaced Nyland at right end.
Baer smothered Humbert behind the
I line. Humbert fumbled, and Gabel re-
Scovered giving Michigan the ball on
her 35 yard line. Baer was injured1
t but was able to resume play. A pass
Whittle to Heston, was incomplete.
Miller was smothered on a double
pass play.
Standing in punt formation, Miller
passed too far for Whittle. Miller
punted to Mills, who was down un Illi-,
nois 23 yard liae. Humbert made 31
yards off right tackle. Humbert fum-
bled, but recovered for a three yard
loss. Mills punted to Miller who was
downed on his 44 yard line. Whittle'sI
pass to Miller ras complete for 8
yards. Miller lost 2 yards, but Rich
made them back on the next play.
Miller punted out of bounds on Illi-
nois six yard line, a perfect kick.
Timm carried the ball for 2 yards on
a buck. Mills hunted from his goal
line to Whittle who returned 5 yards
to Illinois 33 yard line. And Illinois
took time out. Wietz and Sherman
replaced McClure and Crane at guards.
Gordon went in for Schultz at tackle.'
Whittle sent a short pass to Heston
for five yards. Rich failed to gain as
he hit a solid Illini wall.
Whittle's pass to Domhoff was in-
complete, and nearly intercepted. Oos-
terbaan's pass to Heston over the goal
line was incomplete and Illinois took
the ball on their own 20 yard line.
Humbert fought through center for.
two yards. A triple pass behind the
Illinois line, culminated by a run
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
time 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
field. Illinois was penalized five yards
for delaying the game. Steussy's pass
to Mills was incomplete. Humbert
was nailed by Pommerening. Mills
punted to Miller who was downed in
his tracks on Michigan's 23 yard line.
Gordon smeared Rich for a yard loss.
With Oosterbaan back, Rich plunged
through guard for three yards. Miller
passed to Domhoff on a kick formation
for a 15 yard gain giving Michigan her
initial first down onthe Wolverine 43
yard line.
On an attempted wide end run Whit-
tle was smeared for a 14 yard loss.

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HIUMBERT REITSCII
Fullback Center

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Tackle Half

A pass, Oosterbaan to Whittle, was on Illinois' 42-yard line. Whittle went terbain and Bovard stopped Mills on
widle. Miller's punt rolled to Illinois' through right guard for three yarns. the next run around end for a yard
16 yard line before going out of Oosterbaan was nailed from the line loss. A pass, Steussy to Timm, was
bounds. It was a 59 yard punt. Mills , for a 10-yard loss when he attempted knocked down by Whittle. Mills punt-
was stopped by Pommerening and to drop back for a pass. Miller passed ed out of bounds on- Michigan's 19-1
i Palmeroli. Humbert made four yards to Domhoff, who was tackled by Rich- yard line. On a double pass to Rich,
lirosgh left guard. Iman on the Illinois 39-yard line. Mil- Michigan failed to gain. McClure was
Oosterbaan blocked Mill's punt and I ler's punt was wide and went over the hurt on the play and Illinois took time
aferetheaball gadebehn knocked abou-goal line, giving Illinois the ball and out.
Ireferee Maskei gave the ball to Mich- breaking up Michigan's rally. Miller's punt was bloc-ed by No-
igan over Reitsch's protest. Rich Gabel tackled Timm, the latter mak- wack and Schultz recovered, giing
made two yards through center. Mil ing only one yard. Illinois he second touchdown. No-
ter mdes wo t mo The e anly Short was substituted for Grange at wack kicked the goal. Score Illinois
two minutes left to play in the half. end, and Richman replaced Reitsch at 14 Michigan 0.
With Domhoff holding the ball in a center for Illinois. Baer, who was Pommerening kicked off to Stewart,
place kick formation Whittle passed, hurt on the last play, resumed play. who returned the ball 15 yards to
but it was knocked down on the Ilin Stewart made two yards. Mills punted Illinois' 35-yard line. Illinois could
nois two yard line by Timm. On an short and Deimhing downed the ball in not gi tcntr oar tpe
identical formation, Whittle passed shr. n emigdwe h ali o gain at center. Bovard stopped
in thcbalormatinWhittledpasksedmidfield. Oosterbaan delayed too long Timm for no gain. Mills punted to
again the ball being grounded back of on an attempted pass and was smeared Whittle who ran five yards to Michi-
the goal line. Walker replaced Mills 12 yards behind the line. Miller tookga'36yrlie Whtepsed1
at half back for Illinois, as the In- 12yrsbhnSh ln.Ailrto an's 36-yard line. Whittle passed 18
a halfbak for alliois, ashthe n- the ball out of bounds. Miller punted yards to Oosterbaan for first down on
yard line to Mills who was downed by Baer on Illinois' 47-yard line. Rich plowed
Timm was thrown for'a yard less 'Illinois' 38-yard line. through for six yards and Illinois
on an attempted run around Heston's Stewart made a yard. Mills went took time out.
end after three lateral passesthad around Michigan's right end with per- Perkins and Sherman replaced
been made. A wide hole enabled fect interference, carrying the ball to Schultz and Crane. Domhoff carried
Humbert to go to Illinois' 29-yard line Michigan's 36-yard line. Pommerening the ball two yards. Rich broke
as the half ended. Score-Michigan 0, stopped Mills on the next play. Oos- (Continued on Page Seven.)
Ilinois 7.
THIRD QUARTER SELLING'
Illinois kicked off to Domhoff who
returned to his. 27 yard line. With Rent a Typewriter
new life,aRich torethrough a hole By the Month or for the Semester - Your Choice
at right tackle for 12 yards and first
down on Michigan's 40-yard line. Underwood, Royal, L. C. Smith, Remington, and Others
After two interval bucks Stewart cut
We Keen The inOdrc

The west stands in which the Michi-
gan contingent was seated filled rapid-
ly, the stands. being comfortably filled
by 1:20. The Illinois section, on the
the contrary, was slowly assembled.
First to run on to the field was the
Illinois team which started through its
passes at 1:30. Butch Nowack took
a short workout at place-kicking and
showed excellently from the 20-yard
line.
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 concerned.
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.
Zuppke pushed a string of substi-
tutes flowing into the game through
the first half, with the result that
there was confusion to everyone ex-
cept the Illini. Michigan also sub-
stituted frequently, but to no avail.
The interference of the Illini was
sensational.
Playing the stra'ins of the "Victors"
before the Michigan stands, the first
thing in the intermission between
halves, the Illinois band formed the
whole word "Michigan" perfectly. The
band played the Yellow and Blue,
while the Maize and Blue stands sang.
Then the Illini Indian chief led the
band in its march.

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ILLINI PLAYERS WHO AIDED IN MICHIGAN DEFEAl

PURDUE DEFEATED BY
WOLVERINEHARRIERS
Marti) Of Rollermnakers C(rosses Line
Ahead Of Five Michigan Men
Who Follow ('losely
MONROE ELECTED CAPTAIN
(Special to the Daily)
LAFAYlETT"E, Oct. 29-- RunnIng
rough-shod over the Purdue harriers,
Michigan's inexperienced cross coun-
'Iry team repeated ,.its performance
last season by smothering the Boil-
ermakers 20 to 35 in the first dual
meet on the 1927 schedule yesterday
morning over the three and a half
mile Lafayette course.
Although Martin, Purdue sophomore
star emulated Little, the 1926 captain
of the Boilermaker team, by finishing
in first position, the well-balancedl
Wolverine outfit captured eight of the
next nine places to pile up an over-
whelming count of 20 to 35. Thiis
score is the exact. duplication of last
year's performance, when Captain
Briggs led the Michigan team to vic-
tory over the invading Purdue har-
riers, close on the heels of Little, the
rival captain.
Team Elects 1927 Captain
Directly after the race the mem-
bers of the Wolverine team formally
elected Randolph Monthe, '29, as their
captain for the rest of the season. A
captain was not elected last spring
because of the fact that the team did
not include a single junior.
Martin, the ace of the Purdue squad,
led the field of 20 starters to the tape,
in easy fashion in 20:00. Wuerfel set
an even pace for the Wolverine har-
riers and Monroe, outstanding per-
former of the winning aggregation,
finished in second place some distance
behind the winner.
Michigan runners captured the next
four places, when Wuerfel, Herbert,
Wells, and Carlson finished in tbe
order named. By placing third Wuer-
fel duplicated his performance of
last year.

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short the Wolverine rally by inter-I
cepting Whittle's pass on the Illinois
40-yard line. Humbert made three
yards off left guard. On the next play
Illinois fumbled, and Gabel recovered~

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