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VoL. IV.-No. 26.
DEFEATED.
Michigan Loses to Minnesota by 34
to 20.-Poor Defensive Work
by Both Sides.
The football championship of the
northwest will probably be held this
year as last by the University of
Minnesota. Michigan can lay no
claim to it after the game of Satur-
day. Our team played hard and
ran up a good score-20, but Min-
nesota's score-34, overtops that,
and hers is the victory. Therefore
do we mourn.
The score of 34-20 is in no wise
creditable to either team. Since
our team succeeded in getting four
touchdowns, it should have won the
game, and it is very evident that
Minnesota's superiority is not very
great when we were able to score 20
against her. In fact it was only
until the second half was well on
that M'linnesota could be called a
sure winner, and the showing our
team made in the first half war
ranted hope of success.
Minnesota's interference was ex-
cellent, and although at times
broken up by our men, was more
than once worket for ong gains.
Her line was an exceedingly strong
one, and our line deserves praise
for at times matching thee. Al-
though crippled behind the line, we
might well feel proud of our backs
if it had not been for the ball's be-
ing so often carelessly lost. We
have only to regret that since our
team scored so much, it did not
play sharper at times and hold Min-
nesota down for a victory.
Minnesota starts well the wedge
for ten yards, but loses ball on four
downs. Michigan can not gain, and
Dygert punts. Minnesota fails t,
kick a field goal from our 25 yard:;
line, thus giving Michigan the ball
25 yards out. After several gains
Dygert punts, and it is Minnesota's
ball on her 25 yards line. An off
side gives Michigan the ball. After
losing it twice on four downs, Mich-
igan has it again for od side play.
Bartell gains 15 yards, and with
good gains by Dygert and Griffin
and five yards for foul tackle,
Freund takes it over for the first
touchdown in 20 minutes, goal.
Minnesota, after a few short gains,
loses the ball, but soon gets it on
Dygert's punt, and with several!
good gains, has it within three feet
of our line, and saves herself by
carrying it over on her last down,
goal. Score 6-6.
Michigan gains 15 yards, but

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drops the ball. Minnesota makes a MR. EARLE WILFLEY. '"VVE'Vf GOT EMI
few short gains and loses the ball,
which Bartell carries 20 yards be- Ex-Member of Booth and Barrett A n CtLOAD of
fore dropping it. ttinnesota forces Co., who Appears In Inland
the ball to our five yards line Lar League To-night. EPIE + PIANOS
sen making good gains, and South- This is Mr. Wilfley's first visit to JUST RECEIVED.
worth takes it over, goal. 12-6. Ann Arbor and we predict that it es in On'.iiahngsny, Walutanailack.
Only three minutes are left, andATotRenoal. Prices Rightat's air.
Michigan starts with two good gains; will not be his last. He comes Ta teit se tan Sin. Pr-cm Right. That's tate.
but the ball is fumbled and South- well recommended and with a repu- --
worth clears the field for a touch- tation which many might well envy. g
down. No goal, 16-6. Although a young man Mr. Wilfley
Michigan again starts out, and 51 South Main St.
after steady gains by Freund, Bar- has had a very great deat of experi-
tell, and Griffin, Hooper takes it ence as a popular entertainer and
over for a touchdown in less than-
two minutes. No goal, 16-1o.
Time.
In the second half Minnesota
showed up stronger. Michigan
starts with ball, and loses it on
Minnesota's 25 yards line. Then,
although Michigan holds them
steady at times, long end runs se- h
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Michigan starts steadily, and
again loses ball on 25 yards line.
Bartell's leg is hurt and Leonard a
takes his place. Michigan gets the 01, 183-1S5 WooDwiD AVE.,
ball, but cannot hold it, and Minne DETROIT, - - MICHIGAN.
sota getting through the line, South-
nworth takes it over on a 30 yards +--N OT ICE -+--
r gooal.2S--10.w eire ier to stay. we are prepts iaed o
r, sI--. EARLE sIsLFs. iciviacsalof wori to tho tiade of this city
Michigan starts, but soon fails t unequaled -y any other house ever locatet
i, aisdl then holdts 'litesota at thetitle 1S one which tie well merits. i sere ands uexcelledh iy-s City Tailor iu
aimh lae ic , nd n t i i's i overn d by oods or-
the center of the teld. Minnesota He was three seasons the star of the teed. suits frm' Cs ist Tade'irs'to y
prime .ti d .1i , Le ustom Tailormug
punts across Michigais goal, and c mpany plaing the great tragedy
Michigan starts from 25 yards line. "Teodora,' and vas oie season
Freund gets ball on a criss-cross .o. t ANs STREET.
-ass, and, with no interference ,with Booth and Barrett.
cores touchdown from our 3o yards Since that time his life has been
line. No goal. 28--14. principally that of a student, but
Minnesota makes a few gains, and interspersed here and there with a
loses ball on a punt to our 15 yards few brief engagements such as the
line. Dyer takes Leonard's place,
and soon after Greenleaf, Baird's. one here.
Miichigan cannot gain, and Minne- He comes directly here from Chi- Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST.
sota takes the ball over, goal. 34- cago, and his next engagement is in
14' Toledo. In the last few years hue
Dyer starts with ball and makes has earned a gLOWny'S (hocolates,
30 yards around end. Good steady . eaighsreputationinis n A
gains enable Aldrich to take it over line in nearly all of our great cities,
goal. 34-20. he having had engagements in most TUT T AT S
Minnesota loses ball to Michigan of them. a48 s. STATE St.
30 yards from goal. Michigan be- His renditions of thi "Raven" and
gins steadily gaining, and has the 'The Chariot Race" have been pro- W. J. S
ball on Minnesota's 2 yards line,
when time is called. nounced by competent critics, the U._VENSITY BOOK TOLE
The line-up: best they have ever heard. The
MssOvA. Position. U. of A. program here will be interspersed ST-TE SrEET.
Bisbee---------.Left End.-..........Furert with instrumental music which will
C. Larsen- Left Tackle - Aldrich
A. Larsen-Left Guard---5'v. Griltin be contributed by Mr. Ralph Hart- SPECIAL SALE of Sweaters, Gymnasium
Capt. Madigan-..Center-S--...----.-..-sSmith sell, violinistand Miss Mstinnie Davis, Suits, Umbrellas, etc., etc.
Hardin. .-Riiht Guard....-ienningerF n Pd
Muir.-......-....isht Tackle---......-.-Hooper pianist. tine Lisess Writing Pape, 2n per pound.
Dairymple..-night End ....il-.Sherman -- Fie Wove Writing Paper, 25c per quarter
Van Campen..-.._ Quarter- -.n--Baird The senior laws on Saturday rean (s2n stunts).
Beliden....-.......Left Half----w.Freund Buy the Waterman Fountain Pen. Every-
Southworth.-....Right Half..--.----Bartell elected R. E. Minahan, A. D., of one guaranteed for five years.
cuter-...........Full Back.- Capt. Dygert Wisconsin, president of the class.
The faculty of the Sheffield Sci- The vote on the second ballot stood:
entific School at Yale have changed Minahan 104, Sheridan 49, Elliott W AH R S
the recitation hours so that the foot- 48, Wellman 5. After the election
ball "men can practice from two to an adjournment was taken subject UNIVERSITY BOKSTOORE
four o'clock. to the call of the president. STATE STREET.

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