Football: Oct. 12, 1925

The football season always begins like a detective story. You know that one of these teams is going to commit a series of murders—but which? They are passed before your scrutiny, and for a while you are encouraged to suspect each in turn.

Nebraska pulled a bread-knife out of its jersey and poked at the red jugular of Illinois—Harold Grange. Thumped, tumbled, jostled, sat upon, he was taken out of the game in the fourth quarter largely through the efforts of Captain Edward Weir, ail-American Nebraska tackle. Score: Nebraska 14, Illinois 0.

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