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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

may-r ay
Miehigan,
linois Game

FIRST PERIOD
verhardus kicked off to Schustek,
o was upset on Illinois' 29-yard
e by Petoskey. Froschauer drove
ough his left tackle for five yards.
.indberg tried the other tackle but
s cut down by Bernard. Lindberg's
nt was partially blocked by Ward
rolled to Michigan's 34-yard line.
rhardus tried the Illini line but
s stopped for no gain. Regeczi
: was stopped for no gain and
n Regeczi punted against the wind
Beynon, who fumbled but recov-
d on Illinois' 42-yard line.
Snook was stopped by Petoskey for
gain. Beynon took the Wolver-
s by surprise, passing to Lindberg
first down on Michigan's 34-yard
. Beynon smashed center for a
'd.
Andberg punted, Fay taking the
I on Michigan's 12-yard line. Ev-
ardus fumbled}
i Bennis recov-w
d for Illinois on
higan's 10-yard
e. Froschsuer
%shed center for
r yards. Cook
shed through
the two-yard
On the next
y Cook was held
o gain. Stand- *AS4 T RT
behind the goal, Regeczi punted
t thegball going out of bounds
Michigan's 34-yard line.
eynon cut in through left tackle
four yards. Cook broke around
left end, being knocked out of
Inds on Michigan's 21-yard line
ere it was first down.
eynon then shot a long pass to
'tman for first down on Michigan's
ard line.
>n the next play Cook smashed
ter for a touchdown. Cummings'
ce kick was partly blocked by
rd and went wide.
indberg took Everhardus' kickoff
I came back to Illinois' 30-yard
. Portman was dumped by Aus-
for no gain. Lindberg punted to
, but it was ruled Frink had
med the ball on Michigan's 25-
d line.
core: Michigan 0, llinois 6.
SECOND PERIOD
leston picked up two yards at
ht tackle, and then Regeczi booted
ball out of bounds on Illinois' 9-
d line. Beynon, punting against
wind, booted it out of bounds on
nois' 34-yard line. Everhardus
ashed left tackle for three yards.
egezi dropped back to pass but
smothered by four Illinois tack-
. Regeczi then punted, the ball
ng into the end zone.
eynon was stopped by Bernard
got two yards on his drive. Bey-
"punted beautifully to Fay, who
sknocked out of bounds as he
ght the balli on Michigans 35-
d line.hRegeczi smashed his way
ough right tackle for five yards.
iegeczi added a yard at center.
tner passed far down the field and
as intercepted by Froschauer who
ed back to Illinois' 46-yard line.
*k smashed center and got two
ds. Beynon then punted poorly
he ball squirting out of bounds on
higan's 43-yard line.
orgmann broke through and cut
Mn Froschauer fr a ;yard loss. On
pinner Cook was stopped cold for
gain and Beynon punted, the ball
ning down on Illinois' 31-yard line.
egeczi cracked left tackle for a
d. A lateral pass, Everhardus to
aner, gained six yards. Everhard-
ripped through his right tackle
first down on Illinois' 19-yard
. Regeczi rushed through left
e forthree yardsand then Ren-
'broke over his right tackle for
yen yards. Michigan needed a yard

on the fourth down but missed the
down by a bare six inches.
Illinois took the ball on their 9f2
yard line. Beynon's kick twisted out
of bounds on Illinois' 28-yard line.
Regeczi smashed center for three
yards. Renner cut over his left tackle,
missing a first down by inches. Re-
geczi fumbled but
Illinois was offside
and the five-yard :
penalty gave the
Wolverines a first
down on Illinois'
15-yard line.
Renner passed
to Petoskey for six
yards. Everhardus
crashed over his
left tackle, and it
was first down on PRrosKcY
Illinois' 4-yard line. Illinois was
penalized half the way to the goal
for too many time outs, putting the
ball on the 2-yard line. Everhardus
raced around his right end for a
touchdown. Everhardus added the
point from placement.
Everhardus kicked off to Frosch-
auer who returned to Illinois' 25-yard
line.
Score: Michigan 7, Illinois 6.
THIRD PERIOD
Cook kicked off, the ball going to
Petoskey, who returned 10 yards to
Michigan's 41-yard line. Regeczi's
punt rolled over the goal line.
Petoskey got Lindberg for a four-
yard loss. Lindberggotraway a beau-
tiful punt, Westover being thrown on
Michigan's 25-yard line. Regeczi im-
mediately returned the punt, Beynon
being dropped in his tracks by Ward
on Illinois' 34-yard line. Lindberg
dropped back and punted, and it was
downed on Michigan's 49-yard line.
Regeczi punted out of bounds on the
Illinois 23-yard line.
Wistert got through to s p i11l
Froschauer for a two-yard loss. Lind-
berg punted to Westover, to the Wol-
verine 44-yard line.
On the first play Regeczi faked a
punt, but broke around his right end
for a 25-yard run to Illinois' 47-yard
line. A shovel pass to Westover failed
to gain and Regeczi punted into the
end zone. Michigan stacked up the
Illinois drive, Cook failing to gain.
On a second smash
Cook got three
yards. Lindberg
punted, the ball .
beingpartially
blocked by Ward.
The ball twisted
out of bounds on
Illinois' 38-yard
1 i n e. Everhardus
hit his left tackle
for a yard. Ever-
hardus took the
ball again but Ben-
nis stopped him after a yard ad-
vance. Renner's pass intended for
Petoskey was batted down by Lind-
berg. Regeczi's punt sailed over the
goal line. Lindberg failed to gain.
Lindberg punted to Michigan's 39-
yard line. Westover lost a yard at
right tackle. Then Regeczi got away
a tremendous punt, the ball sailing
over the goal line as the period ended.
Score: Michigan 7; Illinois 6.
FOURTH PERIOD
Lindberg punted, the ball rolling
dead to Michigan's 20-yard line. Re-

DAILY OFFICIAL
BULLETIN
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geczi was stopped at center. Regeczi
punted against the wind, Lindberg
taking the.ball on Michigan's 40-yard
line. Beynon faded back and passed
35 yards but the ball dropped incom-
plete out of Schustek's reach.
Beynon tried another pass but Ev-
erhardus intercepted it and ran back
to Michigan's 40-yard line.
Everhardus raced around his right
end for 3 yards. Regezi dropped
back and punted a line drive punt
straight to Lindberg who returned
nine yards toIllinois' 48-yard line.
Beynon passed to Lindberg for a
first down on Michigan's 41-yard
line. Beynon's long pass intended for
Lindberg was batted down, but the
officials ruled interference and it was
Illinois' ball on Michigan's 13-yard
line.
Beynon's pass on fourth down was
batted down by Fay and Michigan
took the ball on the 10-yard line. Re-
geczi then punted high and far
against the wind, the ball going out
on Illinois' 35-yard line. Lindberg
punted to Fay, who returned to the
Michigan 25-yard line. A bad pass
from center shot back, but Heston
fell on the ball with a loss of ten
yards. Regeczi punted against the
wind to midfield, Beynon returning
to Michigan's 44-yard line. Beynon
passed to Froschauer for first down
on Michigan's 31-yard line.
Beynon completed a pass to Lind-
berg on Michigan's 14-yard line
where it was first down again.
On fourth down Illinois had a yard
and a half to go. Illinois tried a
smash, but Kdwalik and Petoskey
stopped Froschauer and Michigan
took the ball on downs on the five-
yard line.
Fay bucked center for two yards.
Regeczi dropped back to kick, and
Beynon signalled for a fair catch on
Michigan's 31-yard line.
Illinois exercised their right for a
try atra field goal without interfer-
ence from Michigan. The ball was ex-
actly 15 yards in front of the side
line, and the place kick by Cum-
mings, Beynon holding, missed by a
narrow margin.
With only a second to go Fay then
aucked the line for no gain as the
final gun was fired, Michigan being
the victor 7 to 6.

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