Football: Nov. 15, 1926

Russell ("Pug") Daugherity of Illinois, in a headguard like a sunflower, bobbed down the field for 60 yards and stopped behind Chicago's goal line, spoiling one more of Coach Stagg's garden parties, 7 to 0.

Indiana, long regarded as the doormat of the Big Ten, had no word of welcome for Notre Dame, but Flanagan and Dahman insisted on going where, quite obviously, they were not wanted. Score: Notre Dame, 26; Indiana, 0.

Paul Scull's long dropkick in the first quarter was enough to turn a well-played and well-attended game to the credit of...

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