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Vol,. V. No. 5 1.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1894.

Paicj t-TsiiKECENTS.

MICHIGAN 6, CHICAGO 4.
Chicago Knew Our Signals and was
Underestimated.- That Ac-
counts for the Score.
Tie diefeit of (Cicago Ii ity,11V
i-I, ccoilihinkgiving day losied ilby
fiar the flet sutcesfl footblell :c r-
s011the i' iorsit oily icOihigan ever
1ha1(. A 1110 ii of mie vcorie,oe
of 248 poillte to 0111oploe' ,
is ilreordI Av'elily owell he iprou of.
C hicago te, ihoee, a1gretrildial-
110111 1111andiatit almlosi inred-
ibo, comingllalter our11splndiddieet
of Corie]. In1Ithe lrel plae (Chiato
heir 11111m111a1 not b11111 sioiig Owhat
it 0111 icapablle f. Thsgwie s thW~elii
gamell if lthe yar fr them1111,11aw1llihey
had1(1workedil111le fll] witi the onie
ii tilllirta iloeeailt lii 111hiu
liereiwilling lto reort ill lily 11111-
lre, as iindeiid1111ofuthe111irIIIIore
litithe ist p1lace. lioio A. Satg.
lie ho w i o1111u(it here tio pulrify.
0wetern athleilleeidiwo te ot iltell
Chlieagoi iiii trouible silwiitlost every
intitution sheihas ielit ill otet,
kiiew there 00as0great1 disatisifacionil
wih himslel aiidlfell tht, toi keel
hise positlion, hlien111fd111soiiehinig
and1 i~thatlseedlly. IHecaiie here
aiii]aited as umpl~ire iii our Oberlini
game andut(hethen pgave i ;speien
of what at oni-sided umpl~ire clii be.
whenwoeplaly~etdtornel] at IDetroit,
Ieo ndut ltleast two oftiieiciiagi
leam woere presnt. Tee facesare
sigiiniifiat whlei we larii 111atfi
Thursdahy's gini(ieChicaigo oreo ll
but t feoo of Michigaii's plauys iiid
ouotld miass to imet thril. 'uletler
there is a traitor in Michigan's campo
or Stagg learned ltii siginals imiatter
not-Chicago woas tnsprliiilnlikc
eneough to make use of teii:
Chicago claims se did not kno
the signals, but anticipttet Micigan's
plays by the posiieon of the inen. It
seens strange then that, whein the
ends were called back and at signal
given for a center play, Chicago mas-
ed her teen cii the citer and paid
no attention to the ends, ohere the
positiotn of the nen wouold Indicate
that the play owould go. Once Capt.
Baird purposely changed the signals
three times, and each tite Chiago
massed to iet them.
The players on our temil assert that
it was the roughest game they have
played in for two year. Holding it
the line cwstotally igtored by the
Chicago umpire and lie alloced the

Chicgo Center lto interferi villi the THANKSGIVING TRIP, NO GODSTUDENT
ball continiualy. thuiie In11u1 Glee and anjo Clubs Are Royally G O
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ei olt i iiiti-iii -i- 1 liii i l -oli 51 South Main st.
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