Football: Nov. 2, 1925

Wadded warriors everywhere continued joyously the grim business of football.

Punting his way down the field of the huge Illinois stadium, after two periods of scoreless, alternate rampage, Friedman of Michigan got near enough to Illinois' white posts to kick a goal. "Red" Grange made the longest gain for Illinois— 15 yards around left end. Score: Michigan 3, Illinois 0.

Smart tricks are in the Dartmouth bag: a triple pass, executed with the polish of a fortune-teller's shuffle; criss-cross plays that befuddled the Harvard backs as much as if they had seen Halfback...

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