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November 15, 1897 - Image 2

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY

111 . in d tug so he stepped on the side lin
I. aria~+ and the b 11 was brought tack to the
center of the field. Felver made 30
Published Daily (Sundays excepted) during yards on a neat double pass. After
theCollege vear, at short gains by Teetzel, Hogg and Bar-
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, rabee the ball was fumbled to Minne-
OrrioxTimebu l ing329 Mai St. be sota and then regained when Harrison
punted. Michigan now braced and
JANATING EDITOR commenced harimering the line for
J. F. THOMAS, 00 L.
short, sure gains and after 27 minutes
O. H. HAeS, H L. of actual playing Caley ploughed
. EDITORS through for the first touchdown. Hogg
H, B. SKILLMAN, '98 L., Athletics. missed an easy goal. Score, 4 to 0.
E. L. GExisME, '93 L. - - - Monday The next touchdown came in short
BUTLER LAMB, '00, - - - Tuesday order. Minnesota kicked off 35 yards
G. D. IttnDNUT,'t, - - Wednesday and ielver by great dodging came
'T. R. Woonnow,'05, - Thursday"
A. CAMPBELL,'99, - - - - Friday back 30 before being downed. Hain-
I. A. CAMBELL,'00, - - - Saturday
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tichigan clearly ohowoer her super-
lority over Minnesota Saturday, yet the r
large crowd did not grow endhuslaslic
ud seemed somewhat disappointed. I
This may have been due to thei fact
that the score did not aceumulate fast
enough, but it was iore likely 'tle
to the fact that the playing was not - .:.
fast enough. There seemed to be a - -
lack of the snappy playing that has..
been so characteristic of Michigan
teams in the past. It has only been at
times this season that the 'Varsity ias AFTER THEFIMST TOUCHDOWN.
been up to the old standard in this re- uan gained two yards through the line
spect and at those times, teams that and then punted 40, Teetzel makinga
seemed previously to be playing us great tackle. Minnesota punted 20
even were easily outplayed, the last yards and by good splinting Bennett
minutes of the Ohio Wesleya and returned 35 yards. On the next'iineup
Oberlin games are examples. If in Hogg went over for a touchdown and
this one way the learn sill show in- then missed a difficult goal. Score t
provement, the liopes of everyone for to 0.
a big score against Chicago will in- The'rest of tre half was evenly play-
crease. ed and time was called with the ball
oii the Gophers' 30-yard line and .n
MICHIGAN 14, MINNESOTA 0. their possession.
It took about 33 minutes of plar in

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there was no wrangling and the best
of feeling prevailed. Every Michigan
player deeply regretted the misfortune
that befell Loomis. The audience,
which was overwhelmingly coinposed
of Michigan rooters, cheered :,innesota
liberally. The officials penalized Mican-
igan a great deal for off-side playing
and holding in the line, while oinne-
sota escaped. Other rulings seeied
queer to the audience, but they wre
no1 protested.
Michigan was the first to appear up-
on the field, but was soon after follow-
ed by Minnesota. IA few minutes spent
in practice and the teams took their
positions. Minnesota kicked off -40
yards and the kick was returned to
the middle of the field. The ball was
fAubled to Michigan. Short gains
were made by Hogg and then Hannan
punted to the 10 yard line. Loomis
punted 30 yards. Hogg gained 4 yards
.When the Gophers got tire balfor off.'
side play. Loomis gained three yards
through the line, but was so Isadly in-
jured that he retired, Harrison taking
his place and Gallagher taking the
latter's place at end. 'Behind good in-
terference gains of 10 and 5 yards
were made When Minnesota was held.'
The ball passed from side to side for
the next ten minutes, when Bennett
got the ball on a fumble and sprinted
55 yards aeross Minnesota's goal, but

the second half for Michigan to make
a touchdown that' Umpire Church
would allow. Once Tecizel got the
ball on a blocked kick and dodged past
(Continued on Third Page.)
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