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October 28, 1934 - Image 6

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MAY, OCTOBER, 28, 1934

Play-By-Play Account O Illinois Vic
FIRST PERIOD made a free catch of Regeezi's kick igan 14. Portman again took the ball, fumbled on an end run. Regeczi
on his own 24. Michigan took time gaining eight yards on a sweep. Lind- gained a yard through center. On the
hs e anorwstf out. Portman replaced Froschauer in berg, off tackle, missed a first down next play Regeczi passed to Patanelli
breeze blowing from the northwest' the Illinois backfield. Lindberg went by inches. Michigan took time out. who lateralled to Ward who outran
Captain Bennis of Illinois won the through right tackle for two yards. Portman plunged into the line to make three tacklers to "score a touchdown.
toss and elected to defend the north Lindberg's pass was intercepted on the i it a first down on the Michigan three- Ward's attempt at conversion was no
goal. Ward kicked off for Michigan Illinois 43 by Regeczi, who was tackled yard line. Lindberg cut off right good.
to Froschauer on his 15, and he car- at the 40 by Galbreath. tackle, but was stopped by Jennings I Illinois 7, Michigan 6. Lindberg
I Dykstra was hurt when he met Re- inches from the goalline. The whole kicked to Jennings who returned to
ried it back to the 28. Lindberg kicked geezi head-on and was replaced by 1 Wolverine line rose up on the next his own 38. Regeczi hit the line, but
to Jennings who returned the ball Cummings. Theodore replaced Carson. play to throw back Theodore. Lind- Michigan was penalized for holding.
five yards to his 40. Sweet took the Regeezi's pass was incomplete. Sweet berg, going off tackle, was again Sweet gained nothing. Beard re-
ball on a plunge off guard for a gain again sliced through the line and went thwarted by the Wolverine line. On placed Hildebrand. Regeczi gained
of four yards. Running from an un- for a six-yard gain. Ward hit the the fourth down Theodore made the nothing at end Regeczi punted to
same hole for three yards. Galbreath touchdown by inches. Lindberg made Beynon who returned to his own 40.
balanced line formation, Regeczi cut slipped through to stop Sweet's plunge the conversion with Beynon holding Lindberg gained two yards. Port-
through the middle of the line for and Michigan gave up the ball on the ball as sleet began to fall. man failed also. Lindberg kicked to
andoMiciganogae upath ballno
another four yard gain, downs. Lindberg kicked out of bounds Score: Illinois 7, Michigan 0. the Michigan 5-yard line. Regeczi
Regeczi kicked to Beynon who was on Michigan's 25. Sweet failed to gain Ward kicked off to Lindberg, who punted from the end zone to the
downed in his tracks on his own 23- on a spinner. I was stopped on his 24 by Viergever. Illini 45. Jacobson replaced Virgever.
yard line by Savage and Patanelli. Score: Michigan 0, Illinois 0. Theodore made two yards at center as Theodore carried the ball two yards.
Froschauer pickednupa nardthroxtuCghU Tthe teams began to line up the half Theodore gained four yards around
the middle of the line but on the next" SECOND QUARTERend.n.Potalstwoyrssth
ended.,;end. Portman lost two yards as the
play Carson was stopped without gain. Jennings was smeared for no gain. Score: Illinois 7, Michigan . quarter ended.
Lindberg kicked out of bounds on Reg eczi's kick to Beynon was returned Scr:Ilni7,Mhga0. qrtred.
Michigan's 35-yard line. Regeczi, go-Ito the Illinois 41. Lindberg failed to THIRD QUARTER Score: Illinois 7, Michigan 6.
ing around end, was stopped without gain on a spinner. Theodore went The sun came out again as Lind- FOURTH QUARTER
gain by Dykstra, but Illinois was pen- through left tackle for five yards.: berg kicked off for Illinois to start Patanelli blocked Lindberg's kick
alized five yards for offside. Time was On a reverse to the left Carson was the second half. Regeczi returned the and Galbreath, attempting to run,
called by the referee as Henry Hatch stopped by Austin and Savage for no ball to his 25. Sweet gained two fumbled and Bormann recovered on
and others attempted to corral a stray gain. Lindberg's kick was sliced ouzt yards. Regeczi plunged through the his own 45. Regeczi's pass was in-
dog on the field. Regeczi hit the line of bounds on the Wolverine 46. Sweet center of the line to gain less than ercepted by Lindberg who returned
for no gain. Dykstra came in fast on gained three yards through tackle. a yard. Regeczi punted out of bounds to the Michigan 43. Portman gained
the next play to nail Regeczi for a Regeczi failed to gain at tackle. Re- on the Illini 30. Lindberg lateraled a yard. Theodore was stopped for
six-yard loss. geczi kicked to the goal line, but to Beynon and lost two yards on the no gain. Lindberg passed to Beynon
Regeczi's kick was downed on the Ward just failed to stop the ball and play as Sweet broke through. Port- who was tackled by Savage on Mich-
Illini 35-yard line by Ford. Carson Illinois was given the ball on its 20- man caried the ball around end for igan's 35. Lindberg kicked over the
found a big opening in the line and yard line. Theodore cracked center for a two yard gain. Theodore spun off goal for a touchback. Jennings gain-
plowed ahead for a first down and a yard. Lindberg, in punt formation, tackle and gained five yards up to ed a yard. Ward gained nothing on
15-yard gain. Froschauer fumbled on handed -the ball to Portman coming his own 35. Lindberg punted to the a spinner as Michigan was penalized
the next play and Savage recovered around behind, but he gained but two Michigan 14 where the ball was fifteen yards for holding.. Regeczi
for Michigan on the Wolverine 48. yards. : downed by Illinois. Regeczi lost two punted and the ball was downed by
Regeczi again hit center, for a three- Jennings took Lindberg's kick on yards on the next play. Regeczi Hildebrand on the Michigan 30. Bey-
yard gain. Sweet picked up three yards his 38, where he was tackled. Ward. again caned the ball to gain two
through the middle. Regeczi's high failed to gain at center. Regeczi was yards. On the next play Regezi
kick was downed by Hildebrand on smeared for a one-yard loss. Beynon kicked to Beynon who was run out
the Illini three-yard line. Lindberg twisted back eight yards to his 28 on of bounds on the Michigan 42. Mich-
kicked safely from the eild zone to Regeczi's kick. Beynon gained two at igan took time out as Hildebrand was
Jennings, who returned the kick six- center. Theodore failed to gain .l
teen yards to the Illinois 40. Regeczi through center. Beynon caught Lind- injured on the play. gfn
went off tackle for no gain. Regeczi berg's pass on his 46 where he was Theodore could gain nothing
completed a pass to Jennings, but tackled by Ward. Lindberg attempted through the center of the lineg Sleet
Illinois was again penalized five yards to jump over center but Illinois was again began to fall. Lindberg gain-
for offside. Sweet was stopped at penalized fifteen yards for holding. ed three yards around right end.
tackle by Cdrson. Regeczi threw a long Froschauer was stopped by the two Portman gained a yard arpund the
pass incomplete which was intended Wolverine tackles. other end. Lindberg kicked to Ward _
for Savage. Portman carried the ball on a lat- who returned the ball to the Michigan
Illinois took the ball on its 20-yard eral pass, gaining eight yards. Regeczi 28 Ward gained nothing through
line as Regeczi kicked over the goal. was injured on the play but remained the line. Ward again took the ball *
Carson and Lindberg were stopped for in the game. Beynon passed to Cum- for no gain around end. The sleetI C horal
no gain. Lindberg kicked to Jennings mings who was downed on his 35 for turned to hail. Regeczi kicked to
who was thrown for a loss of three a first down. Portman was stopped by Beynon who was stopped on his own ill A umirE . t
yards, but teams were offside. Regeczi Austin and Viergever. Portman, taking 30. Portman gained nothing through
attempted to slice off tackle, but failed the ball on a double reverse went the line. Beynon also tried the cen-
to gain. Sweet bowled over the entire through tackle and was brought down ter for a gain of a yard. Hildebrand
line to net a five-yard gain. Beynon from behind by Ward on the Mich- recovered for Michigan as Portman

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tory Hicking The GoneI Screen

Ar o u n d, Thomas
non's pass to Portman was knocked (Continued from Page 2)
down by Regeczi. Lindberg was Some people collect snakes, some will appeal to the romantically-mind-
nailed behind the line for a six yard collect stamps, and others collect ed.
loss. Lindberg passed successfully skeletons, but Don Thomas, Grad., The setting of this little fairy story
to Nelson who was downed by Ward collects sparrow hawks. He did col- is Sweden. That choice of location has
on the Michigan four-yard line. lect them, that is, till someone stole given the producers an opportunity to
Theodore gained two yards. Portman his 'collectee' from the Les Voyageur's present a few different angfes of the
was stopped for no gain. Beynon cabin on the Huron. situation. The heroine is a rich girl
tried center but the line held. Illi- The hawk, who is known to her who becomes so bored with it all that
nois failed to score as Viergever stop- friends as Minnie, was slumbering she decides to get a job through which
ped Beynon for a loss. Michigan peacefully on the back of the red sae oabean evething se tat
took the ball on downs and Regeczi rocking chair in the front room at are of babies and everything else that
punted out of bounds on his own bedtime last night. Don closed the ducky for words. The rest should be
23-yard line. Froschauer replaced window to protect Minnie from the pretkyforvis.nthe estosh e
Portman. Ellis replaced Savage as night air and all went well till this;prettyobvoususinthe manmof he
Ward went into the line. Lindberg morning when Don rose to find that inventor-chauffeur who has every-
tried to sweep right end but was Minnie had "flown the coop." Ap- t hingent rhaufnr wh eve1f f-

stopped with no gain.
Theodore carried the ball three
yards. A triple pass behind the line
advanced the ball four yards, but
Michigan took the ball on downs as
a line play failed. Regeczi gained
two yards. Michigan called time
out.. Five minutes remained for. the
Ellis carried the ball to his 30 for
a three yard gain. Sweet gained a
yard on a line plunge. Regeczi punt-
ed to Beynon who made a fair catch
on his own 42. Lindberg gained a
yard. Froschauer gained another.
Lindberg punted out of bounds on
Michigan's 1. Oliver replaced Re-
geczi at fullback. Ellis, on an end
run, picked up two yards. Oliver
passed incomplete. Oliver's pass was
intercepted by Froschauer who re-
turned the ball to the Michigan 15.
Froschauer lost a yard on a line
plunge as the game ended.
Illinois 7, Michigan 6.

parently she had had some help, as
the window which he had so thought-
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a bulging pocket, Don would appre- not be overlooked is the fact that Ned
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to stop and interrogate the owner of comedy scenes. If there were more of
the pocket for, who knows, he mightEhim, "Servant's Entrance" would be a
be smuggling Minnie out of town. great deal more palatable. CB.C.

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