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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1940

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE SEVEN

Cincinnati.. 18 Wayne . . 0.0.e 25 Harvard .. 13 Purdue . . . . .

10 Rice ....... 18 Notre Dame . 41 Bos. College . 14

Mich. State

7 Buffalo . .

.. 20 Holy Cross.. 6 Pitt

8 Texas ......13 Iowa

6 Villanova ... 12

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Illinois
Wolverines'

Cap italizes

On

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To

Upset

Michigan,

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12 Fumbles1

Pave Way For Dfeat

(Continued from Page 1)

when Michigan was knocking on the
door of the Illini goal line. With
third down and seven on the Illinois
9, Yerges dropped a direct pass from
J.T. White at center. White, how-
ever, fell on the loose ball and the
Wolverines had another chance.
But there was another muff i
the Maize and Blue backfield and
Illinois took over on its own ten-yard
line. Despite roughing and attempts
to steal the pigskin by Michigan with
the time running out, the Illini man-
aged to hold onto the ball and secure
their triumph.
Michigan Scores First
It was the fiifth straight game in
which the Wolverines have scored
first but the lead didn't last long.
After Wiese's second-period tally,
the Illini drove 75 yards down the
field for their initial score. Jack
Weisenburger kicked off to Buddy
Young who returned the ball from
his five to his 25.
Julie Rykovich made a yard off
his own right tackle and Young
circled left end for another four to
the Illini 30. Russ Steger stumbled
through center for six more and it
was first down. On a quarterback
sneak Perry Moss pounded through
for nine yards and Steger found a
big hole off left tackle for eight more.
Moss Passes To Heiss
Stymied for two downs on the
Michigan 44 Illinois elected to pass.
Moss faded, couldn't find a receiver
and then with two Wolverine players
hanging onto his legs, the Illini
quarterback calmly lofted an aerial
to Bill Heiss who pulledit down. on
the Michigan 16 for a first down.
Paul Patterson then took over for
Coach Ray Eliot's men. The Illini
back dropped back to pass but de-
cided to run with the ball when he
couldn't find a receiver. It was 16
yards to the goal and Patterson
covered it all in a brilliant weaving
dash for the score. Don Maechtle
came in and booted the extra point
to deadlock the score at 7-7.
Zatkoff Intercepts
The two teams wound up the
second period battling it out be-
tween the 25-yard line stripes. Ry-
kovich booted off to open the third
stanza to Wiese who carried the
leather back 21 yards to the Michi-
gan 36. In between a pair of two-
yard bucks by Wiese, Chappuis flip-
ped the Maize and Blue fullback a
seven-yard pass to give the Wolver-
ines a first down on their own 47.
Chappuis then tossed an aerial in-
to the flat zone. Coming up fast
Illini end Sami Zatkoff pulled the
pigskin down, tucked it under his
arm and sped 52 yards to the Wol-
verine goal line. Maechtle's attempt-
ed conversion was blocked by Quent
Sickels, but the Illini had the lead
and they held on to it, throwing back
three fourth-quarter Wolverine
drives inside the Illinois 20-yard line.
Kick BlockedI
Michigan scored a safety when
Bruce Hilkene bulleted through to
block Dike Eddleman's fourth-period
kick attempt from his end zone. But
it was just an appetizer. The Wol-
verines took the ensuing kick-off
and marched right back to the Illi-
ni 9 where a pair of fumbles and a
goal line stand stopped the Michigan
attack cold.
Chappuis and Wiese were the Wol-
verine standouts. Chappuis gained

89 yards in 16 trips with the ball and
completed eight of 13 passes for 82
yards. His total of 171 yards was 20
yards better than the whole offensive

ALL-AMERICAN - Alex Agase,
Illini guard, whose rugged play in
the center of the Illinois line was
one of the big reasons why Michi-
gap ball handlers ran up the ama-
zing figure of 12 fumbles.
effort of Illinois on the ground and
in the air. Wiese drove for 67 yards
on 18 bucks.
The starting line-ups:
ILLINOIS MICHIGAN
Zatkoff LE Ford
L. Agase LT Derleth
Prymusky LG Tomasi
Wenskunas C J.T. White
A. Agase RG Sickels
Franks RT Carpenter
Owens RE Renner
Moss QB Weisenburger
Rykovich LH Chappuis
Young RH. C. Elliott
Steger FB Wiese
ILLINOIS 0 7 6 0-13
MICHIGAN 0 7 0 2-9
MI-11iliStatistics
M ILL.
Total first downs .... 18 9
By rushing ........ 14 6
By passing .........4 1
By penalties .......0 2
Net yards rushing ... .190 112
Yards lost .........30 14
No. of Rushes ...... 54 40
Net yards forwards . .142 39
Forwards attempted 21 6
Forwards completed 11 1
Behind line .........1 0
Passes intercepted by .. 0 2
Yds., interceptions ret'd 0 57
Punts, number ........ 4 7
Average distance .. 30.5 31.4
Returned by .. .. ... 3 0
Blocked by ..........1 0
Kickoffs, number ......2 4
Returned by ........ 4 2
Kickoffs, average .... 52.5 42
Yards kicks ret'd . ... 92 43
Punts .............33 0
Kickoffs ...........59 43
FUMBLES ...........12 1
BALLS LOST .......1 1
Penalties .............4 1
Yards penalized...... 30 5

MSC Damped
As Cincinnat i
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Rallies To Win
Bearcats Last Half
Spurt Means Game
EAST LANSING. Oct. 26-(IP)-
Brandishing a crushing running at.
tack, the University of Cincinnat
football team today pulled its secon
major upset of the season by down
ing Mi higan State College 18 town
before 22,524 fans, the largest crow
to witness a MSC home game thi
season,
The bruising Bearcats used groun
plays only in coming from behind a
7-6 disadvantage at the half to scori
twice in the final period.
Freshman quarterback Bill Wil-
lYams ran 15 yards for the deciding
Cincinnati score midway in the
fourth quarter and fullback Al
Sabatato later plunged over from
the one yard line with an "insur-
ance" touchdown.
The Spartans tallied in the secon
period on a 10-yard pass from half
back Russ Reader to end Ken Balg
and Reader kicked the extra point t
give MSC a 7-0 lead.
The Bearcats snarled right bac
when halfback Roger Stephens in-
tercepted one of Reader's passes anc
race 61 yards for a touchdown. On
Cincinnati conversion attempt wa
blocked and the other two were wide
After marching 65 yards to Cin-
cinnati's 11-yard line in the third
quarter, therSpartans lost the ball
when center Jim Pramik inttir-
cepted another Reader pass. State
didn'tsget past its own 28 in the
final stanza.
The Spartans were unable to crac
Cincinnati's rugged line after th
MSC score, their only long gains afte]
that being a kick off return by half-
back Horace Smith and a run bac
of an intercepted pass by half bac
Lynn Chandnois.
Smith took the kickoff after the
Bearcats first touchdown on his owr
four yard line and returned it to the
37 before he was nailed. Chandnoi
intercepted a pass on State's 18 ir
the third period and went all the wa
to the Cincinnati twenty. It was afte
this long run that th Spartans wen
to the 10-on two pass s by Reader-
but Cincinnati stopped the rally
when Primik intercepted Reader'
next toss.
All of State's rushing total-112
yards net-was piled un in the first
half. The Spartans gained 26 yards
after intermission and were shoved
back for the same amount. The
Ohioans went only 33 yards in the
first half, but amassed 134 yards in
the last two periods.
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For homecoming fans who packed
the vast Michigan Stadium it was a
perfect day until the Illini stopped
the Maize and Blue's last chance to
win in the final seconds. The weath-
er, which had been unseasonably
good for the first four Saturdays,
was again ideal for football. The
band put ona spectacular show at
half time, and even the goal posts
were decked with ribbons. But the
partisan crowd was obviously very
disappointed at the final score.
*, * *
Yesterday's capacity throng of 85,-
938 established a new home at-
tendance record for the Stadium. It
was also the first time that the bowl
has been sold-out twice in one year.
With two more home games to play
the Wolverines will probably play to
over half a million in Ann Arbor this
year.
All of Michigan's opponents
have used the T-formation this
year. Next week,hovever, the
Wolverines will face the conven-
tion wing-back system when they
meet the Gophers at Minnesota.
* *
Before game time a formation of
Navy planes from Grosse Isle roared
over the field forming an I and an
M. This was in celebration of to-
day, Navy Day.
Illinois' flashy halfback, Buddy
Young, was spilled hard for no gain
the first time he got the ball. Two
plays later, however, the "Ebony
Express" got loose around the end
for a first down, demonstrating the
speed which makes him such a feared
funner. That was the only time he
did turn the Michigan end, how-
ever.
One of the most razzle-dazzle
plays this season was that involv-
ing Chappuis to Mann and Weise.
Bob Chappuis ran up to the line
and then threw a jump pass to Bob
Mann. Bob Weise then took
Mann's lateral and was almost

away for six poiits. The play
gained 25 yards. Later in the
game the Wolverines successfully
pulled the same play. Incidentally
that was the extent of Michigan's
deception on offense.
* * *
Fumbles with the Maize and Blue
were all too common but the craziest
of all was recovered by Howie Yerges,
on the Illini six. Chappuis carried
the ball to the 15 and the ball then
popped into the air where it was
deflected by a paid of Illinois players
on the five. Yerges then outraced
Russ Steger for the ball, touching it
just before it rolled out of bounds.
As in the first four games Michi-
gan was the first team to score, with
Weise bulling over from the six. How-
ever, it took the Wolverines two pe-
riods to do it.
* **
Coach Fritz Crisler kept his
starting line in for the entire first
period. Usually the Wolverines
have changed lines every few
minutes. The Illini line, which was
supposed to outweigh Michigan by
several pounds per man had only
a two pound advantage at the kick-
off.
Today's win was the first that Ray
Elliott has scored ever Fritz Crisler,
and the second that the Michigan
coach had dropped to the Illini
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M-Illinois Sidelights

BUFFALO BUFFALOED!
Wayne Defeats Buffalo, 25-20

BUFFALO, N. Y., Oct. 26-(P)-
Wayne University of Detroit scored
its football victory of the season to-
day by upsetting the University of
Buffalo, 25-20, before 4,500 specta-
tors.
Buffalo made the first touchdown
on Vic Manz' 11-yard pass to Bill
Rudick. Bud Houser added the extra
point. Wayne struck back in the sec-
ond period on Hank Haag's 8-yard
flip to Constantino Barbas, but
Haag's extra-point try was blocked.
The Detroit eleven went ahead to

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Haag's pitch to Ed Futrell, good for
11 yards, provided the third Wayne
score. Eddie Mittlesteadt swept nine
yards for a Buffalo touchdown, but
the visitors retaliated with a 36-yard
dash in to the end zone by Haag,
after taking Val Ventro's lalteral.
Mittlestead's 38-yard punt return
closed the scoring.
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