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JUN OR VARSITY
Justice Gets Pass from WidmanI
to Score Lone Touchdown
Michigan, 4; Illinois, 12.
Michigan: Attempted, 7;com-
pleted two for 51 yards.
Illinois: Attempted, 6; Inter-
cepted one for 57 yards; com-
pleted two for 20 yards.
Average on Punts.
..Michigan, 13 for 31 1-2 yards:
Illinois, 15 for 33 3-4 yards.
Michigan, 5 yards; Illinois, 45
Yards Gained From Scrimmage
RE BY QUARTE
1st 2nd 3
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HALL IS OUTSTANDING
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secondarydefense without the aidj
of any interference. With the ex-
ception of Miller the Michigan
backfield turned in a very poor per-
formance of tackling during the+
Berkowitz carried the major bur-
den of the Wolverine's ball toting
and has to his credit a 40-yard riun,
the longest to be made' by 6 Michi-
gan player, which paved the wayy
for the lone Michigan score early
in the first half.
The Illinois attack seen 'fd to be
built about one Hall', two-year VaV-
sity veteran, who was respobnsible
for two of the three Illinois touch-
downs. The speed of the Tndiana
backfield was especially effective
behimd the five man interference
and the whole combination worked
like a charm against Michigan be-
cause the Wolverine defensive
halfbacks failed to come up when
the ends -forced the runs or were
weak on tackling if the runner cut
The Wolverine line was eompara-'
tively better than the backfield but
the presence of such players as1
Langhorst and other Varsity vet-
erans in the Illinois forward wall
nullified their effort.
Following the Michigan score the
wolverines kicked off and tUsemani
carried the ball through to Michi-;
gan's 25-yard. line. Useman was un-
doubtedly intended for the hurling
end of a barrage of Illinois passes
at the beginning of the game, but
after the Michigan secondary de-,
fense covered the receivers so well
that he was forced to run with the.
ball and lose ground several times
the Illini gave up their aerial at-
That the Illini were unusually
certain of victory after the first
few minutes of play may be seen
from the fact that they ran the
ball on the fourth down more often
than not and on five occasions lost
the ball on downs outside of their
Nagurski of Great Aid
to Gopher Grid Eleven
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Michigan, 41yards; Illinois,1j l.i1- t-t 3LLi' .JF W RJL V1i NE -ILL1i
173 1-2 yards.
First Quarter. yard line but it was wide. Michi-a
Captain Crane of Illinois won the gan's ball on their own 20-yard line. c
j toss and chose to defend the South Gembis hit center for a yard and t
- goal. Gemnbis kicked off to Hum- added another yard through the 0
bert who downed the ball on his line. Illinois was penalized 5 yards
line. Humbert made 4 for offside, placing the ball on
U C II1IC yards off left tackle. Walker failed [Michigan's 27-yard line as theu
to gain. A pass by Walker was quarter ended. Score: Michigan,!r
nocked down by Simrall. Mills 0; Illinois 0.
y ''' . 'I u punted to Simrall, who fumbledSeodQatr
and recovered on Michigan's 11- endQrt-l
y ad re.ovee Michgan's of Simrall punted to Mills who was a
i I ciii yard line-. Dahlemmade 2 yards off;
tacklieeand added 4 more ithe downed on the Illinois 25-yard lihe. :le
same place. Simrall punted, the ball Morrison threw Lanun, who had w
being downed on Michigan's 36 taken Humbert's place, for a yard li
-- ______ - - 'yard line. Humbert made 4 yards loss. Timm made a yard around l
By Edward L. Warner, Jr. through the line. Walker hit left right end. Lanum punted outside o
ILLINOIS MEMORIAL STADIUM, tackle for 1 yard. A pass, Mills to on the Michigan 25-yard line. Sim-
Oct. 26-Balmy weather mnore suit .crall kicked to Mills, who returned f
ed to baseball greeted the large I wkicked over the goal line. the ball to his 37-yard line, but the y
homecoming crowd that thronged Michigan took the ball on their ball was recalled and Illinois pen- a
Champaign and Urbana. Frater~ 20-yard line. Simrall made a yard alized 15 yards for unnecessary ''
nities vied with each other in the through center. Truskowski gained roughness. Dahlem circled right!y
novelty and splendor of the decor- 2 more off right tackle. Simrall end for 5 yards putting the ball on f
ations adorning their houses. punted outside on the Michigan 39 Michigan's 45-yard line. Dahlem dj
yard line. The ball was partially added another yard off tackle.i
Michigan appeared to be the blocked. Trimrn rounded right end Simrall punted outside on Illinois'
chief decorative motif. The for 7 yards. Michigan was penal- 14-yard line. Timm gained 9 yards
huge Illini batd 150 ized yards. Michigan ag through right tackle. Lanum fum-
pieces clad in Orange and Blue first down on Michigan's 52-yard bled and recovered for no gain.
capes massed with the Mich- (line. Walker circled left end for 14 Mills hit center for a first down on
igan band to furnish music for yards and another first down on Illinois' 27-yard line. Walker was
the spectators before game Michigan's 19-yard line, stopped by Auer for no gain. Timm
time. The bnd c e cmbert-prgeymade 5 yards off left tackle.
in a parade down the field, ag- limbr plunged 6yadthog Lanun plunged over the line for
greatig 25 msicansin he center. "Timnm failed to gain andj 3 more. Lanum knocked to Simrall
line of mar Imusiciansinthe llinois was penalized 5Tyards for who was tackled on the Michigan
offide Heittstppe Tim wth43-yard.. line. Dahlem cut back oft'
Homecoming festivities took a a yard gain. Mills' pass to Walker tackle for 6 yards. Trukowski
militaristic turn when the military was incomplete. Mills' place kick lunged off righttackle for first
uni prvidd acanonae t th Ifrom the 25-yard line was wide, down on Illinois' 47-yard line. it:
unit provided a cannonade to the Michigan taking the ball on its 20- wsnicin'smistyarneo.
northeast of the stadium in honor d lins was Michigan's first earned down
of Gov. Emmerson who is attend-ya lin dGembiswas tackled by Kahg al
ing the game.. Numerous airplanes Gembis drove through left guard after gaining a yard through the
heightened this effect by scooting for 3 yards, and added another line on a delayed pass. Gembis.
back and forth over the playing through center. Simrall fumbled made 5 yards off right tackle. Gem-
field. Bovard's high pass f om center bis added one more through leftj
but recovered and was downed on guard. Gembis place kicked over
A crowd estimated at 60,000 I Michigan's 24-yard line. Timm lost the goal line, Illinois taking the ball,
people nearly filled thestnds 4 yards on an attempted end run. Ion its 20-yard line.
which weare erlTed bhe *ind Dahlem knocked down ,Mills' pass Lanum gained 7 yards at right'
asa wre memriaey alumn. Ito Timm. Walker made '2 yards at tackle on a triple pass and added
band went throughs The rhi right tackle. Cornwell replaced 2 more off left tackle. Mills made
maneutrs, several dril Draveling for Michigan. Mills place it first down on the Illinois. 30-
cme"randr Welcome Alumni kicked over the goal line, giving yard line. Walker failed to gain oni
for the speetatois, frming a1 Michigan the ball on their 20-yard a sweeping run around left end.
hue""adpaig"Illinois line. Lanum got 3 yards through right!
huge "I and playing s "Gembis fumbled on the first play ( guard. Timm was stopped by Mor-
Loyalty." and Timm recovered forIllinois rison without gain. Lanum punted
on the Michigan 22-yard line. I to Simrall who returned the ball ,
Michigans squad of 30 players ap- ( Timm made 2 yards on a delayed 15 yards to the Michigan 59-yard I
peared on the field a half hour be-pass. Humbert made 5 yards off line. Dahlem lost a yard at center.
foegame time. The Wolverines right tackle. Humbert then plung-. Simrall went 6 yards of f right
spent last night in Chicago, making I ed through centertfor 3 more, fum tackle.A pass, Simrall to Cornwell,
the trip to Champaign this morn- bling and Gordon recovering for a I was incomplete. Simrall kicked out-
ing. first down on Michigan's 12-yard side on the Illinois 10-yard line.
line. Illinois took time out. Lanumi
Coach Zuppke started Mills Walker gained a yard off tackle. made 3 yards off left tackle. He
at quarterback in place of Fros- Illinois took time out. Mills went added another in the same place.
ty Peters. Captain Russ Crane through the line at center for 3 Lanum punted outside on the'
led the Illini against Michigan yards. Timm was stopped for no Michigan 42-yard line. Heston re-!
in today's fray. Crane was gain. Humbert was injured, but re- placed Dahlem. Truskowski's long
named WI-American guard ini mained in the game. Mills tried pass to Simrall was incomplete. On
1927, his sophomore year. another place kick from the 25- a trick pass play, Truskowski threw
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'RS 'MICIGA LOES lil9l DD[DRD(
TO DETR~OT" " v II IIiII-
rd 4th inll Michigan's harriers were again
defeated in their second practice .1 UIYIELL IUVII J
) meet, but they have improved
greatly since the Ypsi meet and if
'they continue their improvement Minnesota Has Powerful Offense
should give some of the conference and Serious Threat
7 teams a hard battle. Detroit Y. to Take Title.
M. C. A. won the meet by the close# _
margin of 24-31, with "Randy"
------ - -Monroe, a former Michigan run- PAGEMEN LACK POW R
ner, tied with Lewis for first place.
!OSB T L Two Michigan men then. follow-' (SpeialI to The fDaly~)
4 I1 BATTLE ed, Austin in thirdplace and Fitz- BLOOMINGTION, d., Oct. 26.--
gibbons in fourth place. Kelly of Minesotta's bone crushing football
a long pass to Hewitt for a first the "Y" then came in. closely tol- team with a clean Big Ten slate
down on Illinois' 15 yard line as lowed by his teammate Whitten, will be host to Indiana's Scrappfi'
he half ended. Score: Michigan, and Captain "Red" Benson of the I Hoosiers at Minneapolis next Sat-
Q; Illinois, 0. Wolverines. D'Anna and Aubi-y I urday. The game will be Indian 's
I third conference encounter of th~e
Third Quarter. tied for eighth place with Kennedy d
Humbert went back in for Lan- taking tenth. Kennedy's placing year, and the Gophers second. The
Humbrt wnt ack n fr La- iGophers paused temporarily in th.e
um. Mills kicked off to Bovard, who ! was not counted in the scoring, Big Ten running today to play
eturned the ball to Michigan's 40- but he undoubtedly won a trip t" Ripon.
'ard line. Heston made 3 yards off State by his performance. Long- pat Page's team will be up
eft tackle. Heston lost a yard on white, Neilson, and Vaughn of the against a powerful, offensive team
long run, and then gained 2 at "Y" then came in with three Mich- when they stack up against Minne-
eft tackle. Simrall's high kick igan men close behind, Wolfe being sota. In Minnesota's first Big Tei
went outside on Illinois' 39-yard the seventh Michigan man in, with I game Northwestern was downed,
ne. Humbert gained 8 yards off Lowmaster and Hayes coming tier 26-14, after a great last minute
eft tackle and then was stopped for fourteenth place. Feustel coin- scoring rally had been staged by
n) the next play without gain. pleted the quota of ten Michigan l the Gophers. A variety of lioe
Humbert dove through center Then. These ten men will probably plunges and off-tackle plays have
or first down on Michigan's 44- be the ones to make the Lansing been making the greatest gains for
ard line. Walker made 2 yards excursion. No time was taken. the Gophers this year.
round left end after a triple pass. Michigan showed up very well The game Saturday at Minnesoto
imm rounded right end for 7 against the older, more experienced will mark the close of the first half
ards. Morrison stopped Humbert "Y" team, led by the ex-"M" man of Indiana's season. The Hoosiers
or no gain. Mills made it first Randolph Monroe, running a very will not play November 9, but will
own on Michigan's 39-yard line good race for their second race of resume competition November 1'
Continued on Page 7 the season. Continued on Page 7
The Only College
t) Rate Two Players on' the
Who but Benny Friedman, Michi-
P'an s unruffled Little Napoleon,
could lolically quarterback this
post\s. ar mlyth ic 1 teami r Cool as
-m iced shat in the heat Of confsict,
kriedman personified the coach's
dream of w\hat a qluarterback
should be. i[ 11'was the chess mind
which coaches seek and so seldoiii
Fost called 1h im the quarter-
back who never made a mistake."
From one's own coach that approxi-
mates the perfect tribute.
' Facing a team run by Friedman
was like playing ten men and a
coach," said Bob Zuppke.
Again Trevor, writing of Ooster-
baan, quotes Zuppke. "I may be
crazv, but I'm not foolish enough
to think I can circle that .Duitch-
man's end," said Zuppke.
. the greatest of
Herb Joesting has gone, but in
his place is another line plunger
who is winning honors in everyl
game this season. lie is Bronko i
N agurski, fullback. Nagurski is be-
ing supported by such men as Be-t
ockmeyer, Kirk, Pharmer andi
Barnhart, to say nothing of one!
of the greatest sets of ends in the
Big Ten--Haycraft and Tanner.
The Minnesota team is accredited
by sports critics and coaches to be
be the most powerful team in the
"Western Conference this year.
Since the Minnesota trip is the!
all Todern mythical elevens
FOOTBALL'S POST-WAR PANTHEON
. a picked for LIBERTY by George Trevor
HERE they come! . . . the football stars of the past
ten years ..,the men of the new game who were
greater than the great . . . the men we have seen our-
selves . . the galloping ghosts, the superb, line-bucking
backs : . . the quarterback who never made a mistake
S.the tackles who never missed . . the phenomenal
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FRATERNITY and SORORITY
BADCES, GUARDS, RINGS
and an excelkent stock of Attractive and
Now is the tiihe to make a selection.
for your I-ouse Christmas Cards.
BURR, PATTERSON & AULD COO
603 Church Street
Gym S uits.
ends who were down under every punt, who couldn't
be outflanked. Here they come in review! George Trevor
picks his first and second ten-year All-A nerican foot-
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For them the final whistle has blown . the last
faded jersey has been turned in . . . their eager cleats
have dug college turf for the last time.
Though still in the flush of youth they have passed
. on as heroes. Read George Trevor's story of the men
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
who brought countless thousands to their feet in a spine-
tingling gesture of homage. Live oyer those priceless
moments when football genius flashed down the field,
laughing at odds, snatching victory from defeat, finding
everlasting glory in the roll of-football's greatest. ,.In
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