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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

CHICAGO CAPTAIN
RECEIVES INJURY
FROM PIMLICO TRACK
IRiaecrs of eih (ouit laim Ile
Wonhi Tiie Won f utorify Rae
Etee;,+ For 'Fl Ihwing'

THATE R

3rd and Last Week!
Shrtir Sunday, November 6

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SOARS ABOVE ALL MUSICAL COMEDIES

SANDE DENES CHARGES,
(By Aas ciated Press)
BALTIMORE, Nov. 5 -Reigh Count
would have won the futurity-Pimli-
co's fall classic-his hackers contend,
if Earle Sande, riding Bateau, had
not forced him against the rail.
Reight Count and Bateau were
leading at the home stretch when
William Doyle, a patrol Judge, al-
leged S'ande "deliberately cut in front
of Reigh Count, forcing him to the
fence and ruining his stride."
Reigh Count was the favorite, and
nerves of. the.30,000 spectators were
tense when they saw the shuffling of
the mounts at the last stretch and
-the dash of Glade to victory.
Xay Revoke Sande's License
Charged with fouling, Sande was
suspended from further races at Pim-
lico this season and ejected from the
grounds. The Maryland racing com-
mission, which has the authority, to
revoke his license as ha Jockey, will
consider his case today. <
The noted jockey, who has won,
thousands for his employers, denied'
he fouled Reigh Count or "Chick"
Lang, his rider. Amid tears he claim-
ed his mount swerved against Reigh
Count when Lang, he said, tugged at
his blouse.
'Rateai's'I ier Iffakes Charge
Bateau was in the lead up to the
home stretch when Reigh Count

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Capt. Kenneth Rouse.
Star Chicago center whose injury
in the third period of the Michigan-
Chicago contest yesterday, proved bet
the turning point of the game. Fol-
lowing the removal of the Maroon pivot
man, the Michigan backs gained al-
most at will through the Chicago for-
ward wall, scoring two touchdowns
after long marches down the rieb.
ECKERSALL AND GRANGE
STAND OUT AS FEATURES
OF MAROON-ILLINI FEUD

OVih TEg SENATONAl. COMDAN
WILL MAHONEY and TRINI
aniid Fastest, f'ret Iest l anceing h(lionis in A merica
O ens in New York Week of Nov. 1
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swept beside him. Doyle declared (Special to the Daily)
Sande tried to elbow Reigh Count in- URBANA, Ill., Nov. 5--Out of tho
to th~e rail and then "deliberately cut maze of scores, stars and thrilling
in front of him.'' episodes that surrounds the long
Until today his record was one of football rivalry of Illinois and Chi-
successes and clean ,4portsmanrhip
and in 1923 he won the distinction of cago, Nov. 12 rivals in the Illinois
being the greatest money-winning stadium, stand forth two supermen
jockey in the United States. During of the gridiron, Walter Eckersall and
this year, it was said, he won $444,- Harold Grange, who wrote most in-
000 for his employers.he
In 1924, he fractured a leg in a teresting chapters in the Illini-Ma
fall from Spurt at Saratoga, N. y., roon saga.
and in the following spring he rode Grange played three years and in
Mrs. William K. Vanderbilt's Sara- his three Chicago games the IllinI
zen. were unbeaten, but tied once. Grange
scored all the touchdowns for the
MICIIIGAN AWARDED Illini in two of the three games, fou
NINEC lpin all.
NINE POSITIONS ON In 1903, Eckie's first year, Chicago
BIG TEN TANK TEAM beat Illinois 18 to 6, but in 1904 the
to teams fought to a 6-6 tie. Chi-j
cago snowed under the ,I ini 44 to
(Continued from Page Six) 0 in 1905, Eckersall kicking live field
quarter mile mark. Showing an un- goals in six tries. lEckie contributed
usual amount of reserve power the a touchdown and a field goal in the
Spartan sophomore finished with a 63 to 0 defeat of Illinois in 1906.
burst of speed that caried him to the Grange scored the only touchdown
tape far ahead of his nearest rival, of the 1923 Illinois stadium opening'
Monroe, Roossien and Willmarth ran
on comparatively even terms for the 'game against Chicago which the I1-
greaer lhi won 7 to 0.
greater portion of the distance, but In 1924 Grange stunned the football
aossien finally gained a slight a- world with his historic performance
vantage over the Wolverine captain against Michigan and went to Stagg
which the lanky runner was unable to
overcome at the finish of the race. field a marked man. That Chicago
The Spartan victory marks, their .game is accounted by some critics
second successive win of the season as Grange's greatest. Three touch-
and is hearlded as revenge for the downs he scored, the last on an 80
long string of reverses suffered at the yard run in the final minutes to earn
hands of Maize and Blue teams, while a 21-21 tie with the Maroons.
it is the initial defeat sustained by Grange captained Illinois in 1925
Coach Farrell's mnen this season. and Chicago was defeated 13 to 6,
Coach Morton Mason's aggregation Grange failing to break away for his
proved to be a well-balanced team, usual runs, due to the muddy foot-
despite the fact that all of its mem- uing
bers, with the exception of Captain Now the Illini and the Maroons
Wylie, are running their first season prepare for another chapter. Ecker-
of Varsity competition, and in Brown salt and Grange are gone, but the old
he has a harrier of unusual ability. thrill will remain.
NEW YORK-Gene Tunney has ex- PHILADELPHIA- Walter French,
pressed a desire that the pictures of ,former:Army grid'star-and now a
his recent battle with Dempsey were jfmember of the Philadelphia Athletics
off the market. has forsaken professional football.

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