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VOL. IV.-No. 50. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1893. PRICE, THREE CENTS.
KANSAS DEFEATED, goal, ,where McMurray fumbled. YALE WINS AGAIN. E E GOT' EM
-Eichigan too Strong for the West- This was their golden opportunity, Hv
Harvard'sn Tricks-aTd SciencennotuA CAR LOAOF
ern Players.--A Good. Hard for never again did they get a chance Equal to the Endurance of tAALA┬░
Game_ 22 to o. to score. Michigan, taking the ball, the Boys in Blue. ERIE +t- PIANO S
There was great rejoicing in the worked her screw wedge, with the Yale seems to be invincible. On JUST aEEIVAN.
camp of the yellow and blue Satur- ball in Dygert's and Hooper's hands, Sad
wihtllnefet DS 1 aturday, with all the chances Cases in oa, Mahogony, walnut and Bak.
day night, when the news from with telling effect. Dyer finally against her, she went in and by des- To Rent or for Sale. Prices Right. That's fair.
Kansas City reached us. A large got a long run of 35 yards around perate playing succeeded in defeat-
crowd had gathered, anxious to hear the left end and dropped on the ing, hy a score of 6 to o, the strong
the result of the game, and confi- ball inside of the Kansas 15-yard Harvard eleven which went into the ' -
dent of victory, and the enthusiasm line. Kansas bracing, got the ball game wits tie expectation of vic- 51 South MainSt.
knew no bounds when the score was on downs, and Johnson punted to tory. The game was remarkably
announced: Michigan 22, Kansas o. the center. Dygert's lame leg here clean and devoid of rough play. Al-
The game with Purdue had re- compelled him to give way to Fer- though the playing sas desperate at
stored our confidence in our team, bert. 'he next gain was made by times, Captain waters was the only
the victories over DePauw and Hollister, who got through the Kan- man injured so as to be ohiged to
Northwestern had shown us how sas line for 40 yards, and Aldrich leave the game. He was knocked
strong they really were, but the de- followed with a gain of so yards. out in the second half, shortly after
cisive defeat of Kansas won us a Mass plays then sent Griffin over the touchdown was made.
reputation among the teams of the the line and he kicked goal just be-
forethe all f tie. Sore,6-c. Yale played on the defensive in Whysen s vudroc ulrfail.snuronsssyle..
West and took the Michigan colors Ifrsthecaof te firt alf. d Harvardetookensve 5a RP s t loapts
to the front, in football, as in The flying wedge Kansas started ball and gained 25 yards on a De-oh y
other athletics. The most impor- the second half with, gained then wg. aeto fr
taut game of our season has been less than so yards, and both sides
held each other very well at this Harvard lost the ball on the 20-yard 15111 *
won and won decisively. Michigan's ey line. Taking advantage of the 10113-~15 sWOODwARD AvE.,
followers ma well feel roud of point, until Hollister again broke DETIROIT, - MICHIGAN.
Sstrong wind at their backs, the Yale - MCHAN
what the managers, coach and train- through the line, making 25 yards. men, bydstcteirebpcks,tgale
(Continud onshird page.) men, by successive punts, gained -NOTICE -3-
er have accomplished, and above ground rapidly and worked the ball Tve are here to stay. we are prpared to
all, of the magnificent showing the The Work of B. Fay Mills. t five aiso fwos t the lade friscity
of hemagifcen sowig heinto Harvard's territory. Aftecc uneuasled by ay uther huse ever located
yr here and not excelled by any ityyTailor is
players have made. Mr. Manny, General Secretary of losing the ball for off-side play -5 A nd pr icesgovern d by good or-
a ~pIa dered. Suits from -sX0. (thirty dolaxo )toan
In Kansas City Saturday, thse the S. C. A., addressed the meeting yards from Harvard's goal, and re- pricedesired. Finer ustom Tailorii by
3,ooo spectators were, for the most Sunday morning on the life and gaining it, Yale tried for a goal . .
part, expecting to see Michigan win, work of the evangelist, B. Fay Mills. from the field but failed. Time was No. 7 ANN STREET.
but the shut-out was a severe disap- Revivals have greatly influenced called at the end of the first half
pointment to the Soo Kansas Uni- the progress of Christianity. Most with the ball in Yale's possession
versity students who went up from of the important religious organ- near the center of the field.
Lawrence to see the game. The U. izations resulted from a great spirit- Yale made a touchdown within
of M. team was royally entertained ual awakening at different periods four minutes of the beginning of
Saturday night. They were given a in the past. the second half. Without losing Artistic Photographer, 6 E. HURON ST,
box party at the Ninth Street thea- Mr. Mills comes to Ann Arbor on the ball in 13 downs, the ball was
tre and later on a reception at the the invitation of the S. C. A. and carried straight'down the field and HOT LUNCHES,
Kansas City club. The Michigan hopes to receive the hearty co-oper- across the line, most of the gains ,
alumni in Kansas City were as crazy ation of the students being through Manahan. Butter- owney hoolate,
over the victory as the boys them- The success of this evangelist has worth made the touchdown and TUTTLE'S
selves. been wonderful, thousands having Hickok kicked goal. Harvard made 48 S. STATE St
The victory was a victory in every been converted, not by the excite- only 20 yards from the center of the
sense of the word, a victory won on ment usually accompanying revivals, field, lost the ball on downs, and
the merits of our team alone. They but by appeals to the reason and again the play was transferred to D O N T W A IT
easily outclassed Kansas in science conscience. He is distinguished by the Harvard side of the field. Yale
and in team-play, had a decided ad- his great executive ability and the nearly scored again, losing the ball
vantage in weight and brawn, and ring of genuine earnestness in all on downs on Harvard's o-yard line. NOW IS YOUR CHANCE!
were in very much better condition that he says. He is thoroughly When time was almost up, Yale
for a hard game. Michigan's play orthodox, but is also liberal in his again carried the ball near to Har-
was marked by snap and vigor, in views. ,vard's line, but lost it on downs. 300 New Sweaters, latest styles, just re-
decided contrast to the slow game The next social circle reception Brewer punted to mid-field and the ceived at
that Kansas put up. Michigan's of the Hobart Guild will be held in game ended with the ball in Yale's
interference, also, was splendid; in the second week of December. possession ten yards inside Har-
fact, no particular of the game Max Winkler will this evening re- vard's territory.e a fatal mistake in W A H R '
found her lacking. peat before the Unity club his ad. not punting oftener. The new
Michigan took the ball to open dress on "Religious and Political flying interference, worked by both
the game, but soon lost it, and Kan- Movements in Germany," which he teams, but especially by Har- UNIVERSITYB0OSTORE
oard, failed to gain much ground.
sas with vigorous offensive work, got presented before the Liberal Guild Yale made most of its gains with
it within two yards of Michigan's a few evenings ago. the old-fashioned plays. STATE STREET.

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