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Play-By-Play Account Of Gam

Several exchanges of punts resulted
in little advantage. Purdue entered
the scoring column when Crayne's at-
tempted quick kick was blocked and
Febel caught it, racing 27 yards to
score. Purvis' attempted. placekick
was low and the score was Iowa 14;
Purdue 6.
Illinois Defeats Chicago
MEMORIAL STADIUM, CHAM-
PAIGN, Ill., Nov. 18. -(/) -Illinois
held off an infuriated Chicago team
in a last minute goal line stand and
won their final Big Ten home game
7 to 0 today.
A pass from quarterback Jack Bey-
non to halfback Crain Portman in the
second period from the 19 yard line
provided the score.
Kahn Beats Tennis
Captain In Tourney
Howard Kahn, the diminutive
sophomore who has dominated the
fall tennis program, climaxed his suc-
cess this week when he defeated
Clint Sandusky, Varsity captain, in
the finals of the Campus Invitational
Tourney, 6-0, 6-3. Of the 28 com-
peting in the Varsity ranking
matches now in progress Coach John
Johnstone classes Kahn as the "out-
standing prospect."
Coach Johnlstone has also an-
nounced a winter tournament to rank
freshman candidates. Freshmen in-
terested may sign up at the Intra-
mural department or with Doctor
May at Waterman Gym.
STATISTICS

First Quarter
There was a slight wind blowing
from the Northwest as the two teams
took the field. The ground was slight-
ly damp, making the footing rather
uncertain for the players. Minnesota
took the field a few minutes before
the Wolverines made their appear-
ance. Most of the general admission
seats were filled as the game started.
The reserved seats on the curve con-
tained only a few spectators. Many
of the temporary seats on the top of
the stadium were filled.
Captain Fay of Michigan and Cap-
tain Oen of Minnesota met in the
center of the field for the toss. Michi-
gan won the toss and elected to de-
fend the North goal and Minnesota
kicked off.
Lund holding the ball, Bevan
kicked to Petoskey who returned to
his own 33 yard line. Everhardus
circled right end for three years. Re-
geczi on a spinner gained two yards.
Regeczi standing on the 25 punted
to Lund, who carried the ball 20
yards to Michigan's 47 yard line.
Beise hit center for no gain. Al-
fonse was stopped for no gain off
left tackle. Alfonse punted from his
44 yard line to out of bounds on
Michigan's 24 yard line.
Everhardus slipped on the 19 yard
line for a five yard loss. Regeczi
punted from his 10 yard line out of
bounds on the Gopher 38 yard line.
Alfonse lost a yard at left tackle.
Lund quick kicked to Fay who took
the ball on his 20 and returned it
two yards. ,
Everhardus slipped going around
left end and lost three yards. Re-
geczi was back in punt formation
but the ball went to Renner who took
it through right guard for three
yards. Regeczi punted from his own
16 to Lund on the 15 yard line and
Ward stopped him on the 25 yard
line.
Lund slipped off right tackle for a
first down on the Gopher 36 yard
line. Beise hit right tackle for six
yards. Beise hit center for two yards.
It was third and one. Lund went
around right end for three yards and
a first down on Minnesota's 48 yard
line. Beise lunged through center
for 15 yards and a first down on
Michigan's 37 yard line. Michigan
took time out. Alfonse hit end for a
yard. Beise hit center for three
yards. Lund was stopped at right
end after gaining a yard. Fourth
and six. Lund punted down to Michi-
gan's nine yard line, but the ball
was brought back, Minnesota being
penalized five yards for offside. It
was fourth down and 10 to go. Lund
punted from Michigan's 45 out of
bounds on Michigan's seven yard
line.
Fay hit right guard for four yards.
Regeczi punted from his four yard
line out of bounds on Michigan's 41
yard line.
Beise hit center for two yards.

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Minnesota was penalized five yards
for offside, the ball resting on Michi-
gan's 46 yard line. Beise hit center
for one yard. Alfonse slipped round-
ing left end and lost three yards.
Third and 16. Lund punted to Fay
on the 15 yard line and he was
dropped there. Minnesota offside but
Michigan refused penalty.
Regeczi on a spinner picked up six
yards. Fay was stopped at center
for no gain. Regeczi punted from
his 13 to Lund on 35 yard line who
carried it to midfield where he was
tackled. He fumbled and Everhar-
dus recovered for Michigan at mid-
field.
Regeczi was stopped for no gain at
center. Michigan took time out.
There was two minutes left to play
in the first quarter. Lundgren re-
placed Svendsen at right tackle for
Minnesota: Everhardus' pass was
intercepted by Seidel on Minnesota's
29 yard line.
Lund hit right guard for a yard.
Lund quick-kicked and it was downed
by Larson on Michigan's 28 yard line
as the quarter ended.
Score: Michigan 0, Minnesota 0.
Second Quarter
It was Michigan's ball on her own
(Continued on Page 6)

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Downs ..............
Yards Rushing.....
Passes Attempted.
Passes Completed ....
Passes Intercepted ...
Total Pass Yardage'.'.
Average Pass Yardage
Number Punts......

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72
3
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1
0
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Punt Yardage ......714
Punt Average.......39
Return Average...... 6
Fumbles ............1
Own Recovered ......0
Opponents' Recovered 1
Number Penalties . ... 0
Total Penalty Yardage 0
MICHIGAN
Carried Total
Ball Yds.
Fay ............ 8 28
Everhardus.....17 32
Renner ........ 7 -11
Regeezi........11 22

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With SHOES ....__

Heston.........1
Totals.......44

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MINNESOTA
Lund..........19 82 4.4
Alfonse........11 21 2.
Beise...........9 36 4.
Lavoir.......... 8 17 2.1
Proffit.......... 1 -3 -3.
Totals.......48 153 4.

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