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VOL. XLI No. 24

EIGHT PAGES

ANN ARBOR,

MICHIGAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1930

PRICE FIVE CENTS

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WOLVERINE OVERH EADI
ATTACK IN FIRST HALF
PAVES WAY TO SCORE

86,000 See Mid-West Classic

WHEELER TAKES NEWMAN'S
PASS TO CROSS GOAL
FOR TOUCHDOWN
ILLINOIT STOPPED ON VARSITY
FOUR YARD LINE TWICE
IN SUCCESSION

The
Line-ups
Michigan Illinois
Hoser ........ L.E..... Swanson
Samuels .....L.T..... Bodman
Lajeunesse . . .L.G......Jensen
Morrison . C Schumacher
Cornwell. . .R.Q.. Ovelman
Purdum .... R.T.. .... Garner
Williamson .R.E...... Bennett
Newman . . . .Q.B........ Berry
Simrall ......R.H.... Yunuskus
Wheeler .....L.H...... Russell
Hudson.....FRs. Robinson
Officials-James Masker, North-
western, referee; John Schoeme'r,
Chicago, umpire; H. B. Hackett,
West Point, field judge; A. Haines,
Yale, head linesman.

SCORE
ILLINOIS
MICHIG4N
SAMUELS PROVES'
011 R lWA D V FAT i ARJ

BY QUARTERS
1st 2nd
0 0

3rd
7

4th
0
6

FINAL
7
15.

6

3

0

RETURNING ALUM-NI
GROUP AODS COLOR
TO BRILLIANT TILT

LF~v..vYHIV n1k AT JL ILY .a

Other
Games

SIMRALL INJURED
BY HARD TACKLE'

lball
this

"Tv Joe Russell
lichig-an continued its march toward a Western Conference foot_
champiunship by brushing Illinois out of the way at the Stadium,
a fterinoon.

C;}y virtue of this win, the Wolverines are conceded more than an
even chance to conic through the season undefeated and claim at least
a tie for the all-important Big Ten honors.
The play-by-play account of the I-_
game follows:..
gamef____w_:_ BAND PLAYS FOR ILLINI
In the absence of the Illi-
First Quarter nois band, Michigan's maize
Iand blue clad musicians were j
' Stoll kicked to Berry on Illinois' rushed into the breach to play
ar tlied Berry aneIballinac Is-the Illinois fight song. Their
5 yard line. Berry ran the ball bac first formation between es
to Illinois' 24 yard line. Russel; was a
failed to' gain' on. a lie pl-ing down the.field in the other, j
Yunuskus made 5 yards off rig 9t direction, the band paid trib-
tackle. Robinson made three on a ute to the Wolverine coach,
fake through center. Morrison spelling "KIPKE" in moving ,
made the tackle. Russell punted letters.
from his 30 yard line to Newman ont
Michigan's 30 yard line. Newman --
ran the ball back to the 40 yard Robinson made a yard at guard.
line. Wheeler, who replaced Stoll Robinson added another yard.
at half, failed to gain on the Statue Berry made three yards on a
of Liberty play. Newman was cut back play.
smothered for no gain. Simrall was pronounced out off
Simrall punted from his own danger by doctors. Bauer for Schu-
40 yard line to Berry on Illinois' maker at center for Illinois. Bod-
26 yard line. Berry fumbled and man punts from his own 25 yard
Michigan recovered on Illinois' line to Michigan's 35 yard line.
25 yard line. LaJeunesse recov- Newman returned it seven yards.
erede the fumble. Wheeler made Newman gained two yards.
5 yards off'Aackle. Newman I Hudson made two yards at cen-
made one yard through tackle. ter. Cox'over for Ovelman at Illi_
Newman passed to Wheeler nois' right guard. Wheeler punted
over the goal line for a touch- from his own 40 yard line to Illi-
down in a free field. Score, nois' 29 yard line. Berry stepped
MICHIGAN 6, ILLINOIS 0. It away around right end to Michi-,
was a beautiful pass to Wheeler ,gan's 50 yard line for a gain of 21
who was absolutely free. PointIyards5
after touchdown was wide. yards.
Bftertkucd owraIwinde. t Robinson broke through center
Bodman kicked off for Illinois to for 9 yards. Michigan took time
Wheeler on Michigan's 12 yard line out.. Yunuskus fumbled at the cen-
and Wheeler returned it to his own ter of the line and Samuels, Mich-
31 yard line. Newman was stopped igan tackle, recovered on their 45
for no gain at the line. g t ero ok therg 45
Hudson smashed through tackle yard line. Newman broke through
Horu5 yrds. imralprughntedkromthe line for 8 yards. The quarter
for 5 yards. Simrall punted from ended.
his own 35 yard line out of bounds e Cde :,
on Illinois' 22 yard line. Michigan SCORE: MICHIGAN, 6; ILLI-
w a s penalized NOIS, 0.
five yards for _________________
off-side. Robin-
son faked thru Second Quarter
tackle for three
yards. On the
p 1 a y Simrall, Hudson failed to gain. Newman
who made the was thrown for a one yard loss.
tackle, was in- Wheeler punted from Illinois' 45
jured and time yard line to the 10 yard line where
was taken out. Cornwell grounded it. Robinson
j? Eastman went made two yards on a fake punt.
in for Simrall Berry tried an end run and lost a
who was carried yard. Samuels made the tackle.
off the field on Hozer blocked Bodman's punt
a stretcher un- and Morrison recovered on Illi-
Wheeler conscious. Berry nois' 10 yard line. Hudson
was successful in making first down made two yards off tackle.
on Illinois' 30,yard line. Robinson Hudson failed at center. Mich-
added four more at the line. On a igan lost five yards on a trick
triple pass behind the line Russell pass. Newman place kicked
lost two yards. Samuels made the from a difficult angle on the 17
,tackle. yard line. Score-MICHIGAN
A pass, Berry to Swanson, was 9, ILLINOIS 0.
knocked down. Bodman kicked on Bodman, Illinois, kicked off to
his own 35 yard line to Michigan's Newman on Michigan's 12 yard
25 yard line. Newman returned it line. He returned it 8 yards to the
to Michigan's 35 yard line. Wheeler 20 yard line. Wheeler made six
made five off tackle. Time was yards through Illinois' right tackle.
taken out by Illinois. Hudson made Eastman made it first down on

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nine yard' line.
Robinson was,
stopped for - no
gain at the line.
R o b i n s o n
smashed th ;w
to M i c hi-an's
four y'drd line.
.. r .-

Samuels min"d e
the tackle. Ber-
ry tried to pass
Newman and was thrown
for a four yard loss. Ball went to
Michigan on downs on their 12
yard line. Illinois time out. New-
man took the ball outside for a
yard loss.
Wheeler was smeared. Wheeler
punted to Berry who signaled for a
free catch on Michigan's 43 yard
line. Berry's pass to Swanson was
intercepted by Hudson on Michi-
gan's 38 yard line. Newman made
two yards.
Draveling replaced Samuels.a
Michigan was penalized 5 yards for
off-side. Newman made four yards
through Illinois' left tackle.
Wheeler punted beautifully
from his own 41 yard line to
Illinois' 12 yard line where the
ball went out of bounds.-
Norm Daniels replaced Hoser at
left end, and DeBaker replaced
Eastman. Yunuskus got away for
three yards. Berry was smothered
for no gain. Bodman punted from
his own 14 yard line out of bounds
on his own 30 yard line. Michigan
took time out. Morgan replaced
LaJeunesse who was injured on the
play. Hudson made three yards off
tackle. Newman was thrown for
an eight yard loss as the half
ended.
Score MICHIGAN 9, ILLINOIS 0.

Tom Samuels;
Wolverine tackle, whose sterling1
play in the line was a big factor inI
Michigan's showing.
ANN ARBOR BEATEN
BY PONTIAC TEA9M
Strong First Half Attack Gives
Upstate Eleven 21-6
Win Over Purple.
Swept off their feet by a deter-
mined first half attack, the Ann
Arbor high school football team
bowed to the strong eleven from#
Pontiac High school this morn-
ing in a game at Wines field, 21-6,
before a crowd numbering 1,000
persons.
ball to Michigan's 45 yard line. On
an attempted pass, Berry lost 16I
yards.
Bodman kicked from his 40 yard
line to Newman on his own 13 yard
line. Newman fumbled but recov.-
ered. Wheeler tried Illinois' left
end and made one yard. Eastman
tried Illinois' right end for a five

Chicago--0; Mississippi-0.
Kalamaloo-12; Albion-7.
Kansas-7; Iowa State-0.
Nebraska-0; Montana State-7.
Third Quarter
M. S. C.-32; Case--0.
Ohio-7; Miami-0.
Boilermakers Battle
Strong Badger Eleven
LAFAYETTE,I d., Oct. 25.-With
defeat meaning the end of the
reign as Big Ten football cham-
pions, Purdue's desperate Boiler-
makers were out to shoot. the
works against Wisconsin's onrush-
ing eleven today.
Purdue 0 - x
Wisconsin 0 - x
dale T ries Comeback
Against Army Eleven
(BY Associated Prrss )
NEW HAVEN, Conn., Oct. 25.-
Seventy-nine thousand spectators
made their way towards the Yale
Bowl today to watch the 30th foot-
ball duel between the unbeaten
Army and Yale.
Despite Yale's defeat by Georgia,
the Elis were close to an even.
showing against the codets who
have won four games in a row, the
last from Harvard. Army, with a
veteran line and three new backs in
Letzelter, Fields, and Herb, hope for
revenge for the 21-13 beating it
took a year ago.
Yale --7-x
Army -0 - x
Capacity Crowd Sees
Navy-Princeton Game -
f[3r Associated Press)
PRINCETON, N. J., Oct. 25.-Navy
and Princeton, two football elevens'
which hope to do better, clashed in
the Palmer stadium today before a
capacity crowd.
Princeton, beaten by Brown and.
Cornell, showed marked improve-
ment.
Princeton-0-0-x
Navy-12-0--x
Large Crowd Attends
Pitt-Notre Dame Tilt

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Gaiety, Enthusiasm Prevalent
As 'Attendance Record
Is Established.
NOTABLES ARE PRESENT
Spectators Pleased With Maize
And Blue Band Formations,
Cheering Section.
Gay crowds of home-comers
thronged Ann Arbor streets today,
as approximately 86,000 persons
entered the. football ticket market
and bought up nearly every avail-
able ducat. For the first time in
two seasons the great bowl was
filled to the rim and an attendance
record for the present football sea.-
son is believed to have been estab-
lished.
Long before game time splashes
of color appeared in scattered sec-
tions of the stadium as the undu-
lating stream of golden "mums"
and brilliant c h a p e a u x which
poured through the entrances
thinned along the rows of seats. A
bri -t afternoon sun did'"its -shre -
toward setting off the color dis-
play.
School Spirit Flames
The greatness of the rivalry is
not confined, to opinion )on the
Champaign and Ann Arbor cam-
puses. It is acknowledged as the
premier gridiron classic of the Mid-
dle West.
Prospects for a good game at-
tracted a conglomerate and cosmo-
politan collection of humanity.
Andrew Mellon Jones, banker,
was present. Many Ann Arbor
business men were present. But
interest centered in the game.
Cheer-Leaders, Jeer-Leaders
But if you noted that frenzied
little fellow with the bright orange
raiment on the east side of the field
-and then added to him and his
perturbed Illini friends who were
raising so much racket at various
times, there was the block "M" and
all' that goes with it.
A few years ago no -man, woman,
or child--possible exception of the
woman-would admit that he came
for any other purpose than to see
the game. Today they admit a
part of the truth. The real magnet
is collegianna.
The blare of bands, yells of cheer-
, ing sections, flag-raising and be-
tween-halves ceremonies-these are
the things that bring back old
grads and curious citizens. These
are the things that bring back the
pleasant memories of carefree
youth. These are what helped to
make the game this afternoon one
Ioif the greatest annual classics in
the nation. Everything was there-
and iii abundance,

"Ducky" Simrall, .
Wolverine captain, who was car-
ried from the field unconscious
after tackling Robinson in the first
quarter.
Doctors fear concussion of the
brain.
Judges Grant Decoration Prize
To Alpha Sigma Phi
House.

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Iniru ', uarter 1
Eastman and LaJeuness returned
to the Michigan lineup as the third
period opened. LaJeunesse kicked
off to Russell who returned it from
the 25 yard to the 35 yard lines.
Robinson made 8 yards on the first
play. Robinson made first down:
on his own 43 yard line. Munch,
who replaced Russell, made four
yards for Illinois. Robinson made
it first down on Michigan's 45 yard
line. Robinson added four more.-
Munch was tackled by Morrison for
no gain. Berry passed to Yunuskus
for no gain. Both sides were off-
side on the play. Eastman inter-I
cepted Berry's pass but fumbled and
the ball was recovered by Wheeler.
First down for Michigan on her
own 22 yard line. Eastman lost
three yards around left end.
Wheeler lost 5 yards at Illinois' left
end. Wheeler punted from his own
12 yard line to the 50 yard line to
Berry, who returned the ball to

yard loss. Wheeler stood in his own , (Associatrd Press)
end zone and punted to Berry on PITTSBURGH, Oct. 25. - More The Alpha Sigmi Phi fraternity,
Michigan's 40 yard line. Berry re- than 73,000 football fans-the larg-- 1315 Hill street, was awarded the
turned it eight yards. est crowd{ sihce the arena gates G l Bretews awared the
Russell replaced Owen for were thrown open in 1925-packed Goldman Brothers cup offered for
Illinois. Yunuskus fumbled and the big concrete stand on the hill the best Homecoming day decora-
Morrison recovered on Michi- overlooking the University of Pitts- tons eerlyjth sfernoon.T
gan's 35 yard line. Michigan burgh today and saw the Pitt Pan- committee o udescomposedof
was penalized 5 yards for stall- thers do battle with the armies of Prf aruceaM.edn ofte
Hudon ade a yrd Nore ame Ifine arts department, Walter H.,
ing. Hudson made a yard. Notre Dame. Gores and Ross T. Bittenger of the
Wheeler lost half a yard. Notre Dame - 14 - 35 - x architectural college, announced
Wheeler punted to Illinois' 35 Pittsburgh - 0 - 0 - x ! the winner after a tour of inspec-
yard line to Berry who raced-tiner apur ofore the
65 yards for a touchdown Eastman -being run outside on Illi- ton around campus before the
through the Michigan team. nois' 1& yard line. onofate me.
Point after touchdown was good. Illinois took time out. Newman honorable mention wasreceived'
Score, MICHIGAN, 9; ILLIONIS, , pasesd to Hudson over the far cor- by Theta Xi. 1345 Washtenaw aye-
ner of the end zone on the same nue; Lambda Chi Alpha, 1601
LaJuenesse kicked off to Illinois Washtenaw avenue; and Chi Psi
on the 5 yard line and Munch ran y wc de nesta last lodge, 620 South Stete street.
it bck o hs on 32yar, lne.year. It was made on a fake place'
it back to his own 32 yard line; kick. Score, MICHIGAN, 15; ILLI-
Munch was tackled for to yards' NOIS, '7. Trial for point was Wildcats Challenged
loss. Illinois time out. blocked,
Michigan kicked off to Berry who By "Praying Colonels"
ran the ball to his own 35 yard line.
Fourth Quarter Bodman punted from his own 42 (P Associated Prcs)
I yard line to Michigan's 18 yard line. EVANSTON, Ill., Oct. 25.-North-

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