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October 25, 1931 - Image 7

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THE MICHICAN XAILY

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Vho played at left end after
vitt was placed at fullback. his
xdy performance won a host of
v followers for the Saginaw
th.
PLAY BY PLAY
(Continued From Pagc 6)
k's second kick off went over
goal line and it was Michigan's
ton the 20-yard line. Marcovsky
SDeBaker went into the Michi-
Lbackfield.
ewman failed to gain and Ever-
dus punted, the ball going to
;ois' 28-yard line, Walser down-
the ball for Illinois. Illinois
k time out. Walser tried a pass
it grounded. .A lateral pass with
ik carrying the ball, gained five
ds around left end.
Daniels intercepted Walser's pass
l dashed back 25 yards to Illi-
' 13-yard line. DeBaker tried
tackle and was held to no gain,
ball was called back and the
4yerines penalized 5, yards for
ide.
ewman was stopped at center.
vman then passed, the ball go-
over the goal line incomplete.
linois took the ball on the 20-
I line. Cook lost two yards at
t tackle.
ichigan chalked up another
iphdown when Newman grab-
I Horsley's pass, raced across
egridiron and over the goal
e. It was a 35-yard run for the
Iverines. Newman kicked goal.
re:
Vjichigan 35, Illinois 0.
linois kicked"off, Cook's boot
ig to Hewitt, who dashed back
he 29-yard line. Cox, Yost, and
ri, Cooke went into the Michigan
uip.
geBaker failed to gain. Newman
was held, picking up a yard.
ichigan was penalized 5 yards
delaying the game. Golsmith,
ead of punting, place kicked,
ball going to Munch, Illinois
rterback on the Illinois 45-'ard
kkenga, a Michigan substitute
rcepted Cook's pass, and was
et on Michigan's 44-yard line.
vman failed to gain, and Danieis
ited, the ball rolling dead on
ois 8-yard line.
arson gained 5 yards in a dash
?pgh right tackle. Carson added
yards through the same spot.
ch punted to; Newman who was
ned on Illinois' 49-yard line.
'man went three yards through
er as the game ended.
nal Score:
htigan 35; Illinois 0.

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TEAM LINEUP

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Michigan's line played a heads-
up game of ball, stopping most
every thrust at the line except for
a 28-yard run around the left end
which Roe reeled off toward the
close of the game. McCrath and
Stone were outstanding as were
Schmidt and Meldman in the back-
field. Roe takes the honors for the
visitors with a fine defensive 'game
as well as leading his offensive.
Suillo and Ferrazza also played well.
Lineup and summary:
Michigan pos. livet
Hazen .........LE.'....owen
Clolset .......LT........Kuehl
Savage........LG.........Gates
Winston .. ..C..........Park
Singer ...... .RG.... MacGregor
MGCrath......RT........ Sobszek
Stone........RE....... Ferrazza
Linsay. ...QB.........Sullo
IGuire.....RH....... Jodway
Mv4er ........LH......Milankov
Schmidt......FB..........Roe
Michigan ........... .0-0-7-6-13
Olvet .................0-0-0-0-- 0
Touchdowns: Lindsay and Me~ld-
n~an for Michigan. Point aftter
touchdown: Savage, Michigan.
Substitutions - Michigan: Meld-
man for Schmidt: Conover for Sin-

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