e last one Michi- Tat was what Cicagoans th ogis
territory he o otW111in those cdays.
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ly. The MIcl and James MHra , B. B. Lamb, Craw-
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tames played. With Yale the showing cago. stars. Rt developed that the is
sa no 400 so ood.Whatthe etr tact team work too, and they...w
ults of some of those gines would the game by fontr touchdowns to ni
isv en wer~ d.i g sotor some snch score. Tbey won ga'
Iy unoesch tremendus dsa-thenextyear1alsointhe scod ax
antagee, noon can say, hot it is last games the team played.
roible that some of the defeats
xoold -hare been victories. After the re-establishmient of it
t'ivs ty of Chicagofoothltoc
Eleven Chicago Eanglshens. new interest in an-abot thisci
Aftrthe esentripi I ,3the di-Lndr the direction ofJdr. 8agg'
'cor of the '(ichigan team d tided team -was organized at once, ad
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