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E, OCTOBER 30, 1927 THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ZUPKE ELEVEN FRMS STM BLINGBLOCK(
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(Continued from Page Six.)
through the center for 12 yards to tackle for Illinois.
Illinois 25 yard line. Rich's pass was Rich plunged 3 yards. A short pass
intercepted. Pommereni.ng broke lby Miller was intercepted by Rich-s
through and smeared Mills for a 5 man on Michigan's 27 yard line. Walk-

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yard loss. Stewart hit the line as the
quarter ended with the ball on Illi-
nois' 14 yard line. .
FOURTH QUARTER
Grange and Jolley replaced Deim-
ling and Schultz. Whittle was
smothered as he caught Mills' punt on
Michigan's 46-yard line. Qosterbaan
recovered quickly when he vas caught"
back of the line of scrimmage, and
ran within a half yard of first down.
Rich plowed through center for first
down, but Michigan was penalized
five yards for offside. Nyland replaced
Heston at right end for Michigan.
Mills intercepted Whittle's pass after
a sensational run to snatch the ball
out of Nyland's hands on Illinois' 15-.
yard line. The Wolverines piled up
Illinois' inter'ference and Mills failed
to gain at the line.
Stewart made two yards before be-
ing downed by Pommerening. Gar-;
land Grange downed Mills' punt on1
Michigan's 38-yard line. Miller went-
around Oosterbaan's end for a yard1
gain. French replaced Steussey for
Illinois. Sullo replaced Baer at guard
for Michigan. Rich made a first down
through right guard on Michigan's 49-
yard line.
French intercepted Whittle's pass on
Michign's 42-yard line. Stewart car-
ried the ball two yards on a decptive
play. Stewart dove four yards
through Michigan's line on a beauti-
ful trick play. Mills ran wide around
Oosterbaan's end for a first down on
the Wolverine 31-yard line. Valker
replaced Mills for Illinois. Stewart
crawled three yards through the line.
Domhoff broke through to down him
for a seven yard loss in an attempted
run around Michigan's right end.
Final scorn-Illinois 14, Mich. 0.
French completed a forward pass
to Grange on Michigan's 19 yard line.
On a beautiful around end play, Walk-
er, carrying the ball off Pommeren-
ing's tackle, put the ball on Michi-
gan's 10 yard line. Miller was injured
on the play and Michigan took time
out. Hoffman went in for Domhoff
for Michigan. Walker took the ball
on the same play as before and gave
Illinois first down on Michigan's 8
yard line.
Michigan was penalized five yards,
Illinois fumbled On the play and Pal-
meroli ran to the Illinois 25 yard
line before the officials ruled that the
pass was lgterl?, and Illin'ois re-
tained the ball. A pass to Timm was
too far. With French holding the
ball on the 18 yard line, Nowack at-
tempted a place kick, but the hall
was wide and went over the goal line.
Muegge replaced Perkins at left

er made a foot around Oosterbaan's
end. Nyland and Gabel sopped
Walker for a yard gain. French's pass
was incomplete. Timm was given an
ovation as lie left the field in favor
of Winspeer. A poor pass from cen-
ter got away from French but he
recovered on the 45 yard line, where
he was knocked out of bounds by
Gabel and Sullo. Michigan took the
ball on her 45 yard line and Ooster-
baan fought his way through a half
dozen tacklers for 5 yards. Ooster-
baan had the ball knocked out of
his arms by Winspeer after he had
nearly caughtthe toss from Whittle.'
Harrigan was substituted for Mich-
igan. Stewart made two yards through
Pommerening. Walker punted which
was downed on the Michigan 15
yard line. When Whittle allowed it
to roll. Oosterbaan's long pass was
knocked down by Winspeer. Another
long pass, Oosterbaan to Hoffman in
mid-field was ruled incomplete as the
ball was torn out of Hoffman's hands.
There was one minute to play.
Michigan was penalized for second in-
complete pass. Simon went in for

TANS ON (SIGNS THIRD
PROFESSIONAL CONTRACT
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK-, Oct. 28-Vic Hanson,
All-American end and former captain
of football, baseball and baslsetball
teams at Syracuse university, has!
signed his third professional sports
contract since graduation last week.
Besides serving as assistant football
coach at Syracuse this fall and going
south for a tryout with the Yankees
next spring, Hanson will play basket
ball with the Cleveland Rosenblums
this winter.
NEW YORK-Friedman's Cleveland
Bulldogs defeated the New York
Giants recently.
AMHERST, Mass.-Wesleyan fresh-
men lost tp the Amherst College year-
lings, 22 to 0.
Mariner and Nelson for Weitz. A
third long pass by Oosterbaan was
out of Hoffman's reach and knocked
down, Michigan being penalized an-
other 5 yards. The ball was Michi-
gan's on the 5 yard line. Lee replaced
Winspeer and Aldose for Stewart. Mil-
ler kicking from far behind his goal
line punted the ball out of bounds on
Michigan's 43 yard line.
Walker went around Oosterbaan's
end for four yards. Benny making the
tackle. Aldose made two yards. Aldose
plunged again as the game ended.
Score Michigan 0, Illinois 14.

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45-Sermon by Mr. Sayles,
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12:00-Church Bbble School.
12:00-Student class at Guild
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5:30-Friendship Hour. Refresh-
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6:30-Devotional Hour. "An Eve-
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10:45-Morning Worship. Sermon
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