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October 25, 1929 - Image 7

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FRIXDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1920 T E MC I N DAL

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FIFTEENTH WOLVERINE-ILLINOIS
GAME TO BE STAGED SATURDAY

CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Oct. 24.-Red# Ralph Fletcher had intended. for
.. Grange ran rough shood over a be-I Cuchk Carney. Dunn went through
wildered Michigan team, 39-14, and the Illini team 75 yards for a touch-
~a Wolverine eleven, beaten four down. The "fighting Illini" fought
times, upset a championship Illii # and Waiquist passed to Fletcher for
aggregation, 3-0. a 15 yard gain which tied the score
R~alph Fletcher booted a pointI and Fletcher calmly kicked the ex-
between the goal posts to win for tra point.
Ilinois in a last-half rally in 1920, In 91afedfa ySeee
7-6, and three times the Wolverines I enbled M ih ialtoywin and i
havewonby iel gols.19,22 the Maize and Blue triumpheda
Illinois was whitewashed in 1926,1 by a 24-0 score. No game was played
1-0, and did the same to Michi-j in 1923 when the two teams tied
gan the next year, 14-0.fothBiTecamonip
Those are some of the contrast- Undautedb Te hmilnsitono
iig high spots in Illinois and Michi- RUdGange'sdazzlhhiingortiouch-
gan football rivalry. The fifteenthRedonin1Grnesiutdazngfrtuc-
revival of this long standing feudtrdontio1 mue sichigan hoe-
is scheduled for Saturday as theGtur ned1toth5,sadumworwihe
Illinois homecoming attraction. coiengonl1925,end wone with
Illinois and Michigan began hos-fedgolb nnevrdmn
tilities in 1896 when the Wolverines The Illini went to Ann Arbor in
won, 12 to a in the days wh~en'1926 and were beaten 13-0 but
touchdowns counted o n 1 y five promptly equalled that on the re-
k points. Michigan continued to win cord book with a clean-cut 14-0
by good sized scores until 1906 when victory over Bennie Oosterbaan's
*a x13 year truce went into effect. eleven in 1927.
'Then in 1919 Coach Zuppke led the Most dramatic of recent games
Illinini against MVichigani for the was the 3-0 Michigan victory last
' ~first time and decisively won, 29-7. , year. Joe Gembis made a place
Then came the famous 7-6 battle kick but Illinois was still confident.
* in 1920. "Frosty" Peters' long dropkick
Michigan's six points were scored against the wind hit the cross barI
early in the game when Red Dunn between the goal posts, bounded up,
leapedF up to steal a pass which and fell back into the playing fieldi
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LOST-Lady's Pocketbook, Satur-
day, at game. Contains driver's

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