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VOL. I.-No. 29.


MICHIGAN 42, BUTLER 6. The ball started in Michigan's
The Indiana Champions Do Not possession, and was pushed towards
leasure up to Michigan. Butler's 25 yard line by short rush-
esg eleven, in Satnrday's. Crawford made the first touch-
improvementdown in five minutes by a beautiful
game, showed a vast ipoeet- -
run of 25 yards around the righat
in its team work. It played a win- end.fHe5doddseveraloft
ning game from the start. The moste
Butler rushers and all of the backs.
noticeable improvement was in the Dygert kicked the goal. 6-o. After
rapid and prompt manner in which .
this the playing was more even and
the rushers lined up. In fact, the
amy was characterised by 'in.p" spirited, the lutler line tackling well.
gamowasidharaterszd.y"n In 20 iniutes ° the second touch-
in mlih siides.
down wvas niade lby Pearson, wvho
Butler played a very plucky and cre sraeIbytersnovrhe
carried several Butler men over the
vigorous game, and apparently have .
weeline on his shoulders. The goal was
trained faithfully, but they were
entirely out-classed by Michigan. one in the high wid but
Dygert almost made it. Through-
In spite of the fact that their lineD
was lighter than Michigan's, they out the game Dygert's goal kicking
were able to make considerable was very fine. zo-o. Pearson made
another touchdown in eight minutes,
ground by short rushes. Their '
near the touch line, too difficult to
touch-down was made by this means. ick. 14-0. Four minutes after
The best work for Butler was done tis VanIn4 age surednteat
. thisanIwgnsuedteas
by :Mtan; their captain and right tiVnIwgnscrdtels
by aHe ira pwarful andheright touch-down of the half, by a left
guard. He is a powerful rusher and end run, being well blocked. by
worked almost desperately through Crawfrd,.he work ii . this line
the wole ame.Crawford, whose work in this line
Ther wvhoemre ththroughout the game was all that
There were iore than the usual could be asked. Dygert kicked a
inimber of "kicks'' during the game. somewhat difficult goal. 20-0.
The referee's decisions were in thes
main very fair, and the majority of The second half was commenced
the disputes were questions of fact, at 4:36 o'clock. Butler did not
as to whether five yards had been seem to be able to withstand Pear-
gained or not. The only instance son s rushes, and in five minutes he
in which the interpretation of the had crossed the line and Dygert
rules was involved, was the very kicked the goal. 26-o. 'ihe fight
simple and fundamental rule that after this was very stubborn and
upon an off-side play, the ball goes Butler had the ball within 5 yards of
to the other side or five yards is Michigan's goal, but lost on four'
awarded to the other side. Butler downs. Michigan, aided by a beau-
did not seem to understand this rule, tiful run of Dygert, rushes by Pear-
and they felt so injured that umpire son, and large gains by Crawford
Boutwell was substituted in the sec- and Van Inwagen scored a touch-
ond half for R. F. Davidson,Butler's down in 22 minutes, Pearson carry-
manager. There was a sharp con- iug the ball over the line for his
trast between the conduct of the two fourth touch-down. 30-0. The
teams upon the field. Butler's teaii next touch-down was made in just

disqualified for slugging Sherman,
and later in the game came on the
field and interferred with Van In- OUR
wagen. He was requested by one
of the officials to step back, but paid
no attention, and the spectators NEW
might have dealt severely with him
had not some of the cooler-headed

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had eleven captains, while Michigan
had but one.
E. de Pont acted as referee,1
Messrs. Boutwell and Davidson as
umpires, and Ralph Stone as time-
keeper. Halves of 45 minutes each
were played. The game was com-
menced at 3:22 o'clock. The teams'
lined up as follows:
Hayes.----..-...-..r. end...----.,Cameron
31owrey-------r. tackle------Thompson
Thomas .-.-r. guard . -Mann
Wickes --------centrea .--------Smith
Berry--.-. 1. guard.R. Hal
Pearson.............. tackle.----....-.-Miller
Powers...La.end--.........-T. Hall
Sherman.--...-q. back.............Cullom
van Inwagen tcapt).r. h. back.........Nichols
'Crawford ..........1. h. back.......Baker, Hoy
Dygert............ back............Robinson

one minute, by a very qiek and
clever play of Van Inwagen, Craw-
ford and Powers around the left
end, Van Inwagen touching the ball
between the posts. Dygert kicked
the goal, and the score stood 36-o.
Butler here braced wonderfully,
and by a series of rushes, in quick
succession which seemed to paralyze
Michigan's line,scored a touchdown,
Hay carrying the ball over. Time,
no minutes. 36-6.
Van Inwagen scored the last
touchdown of the game in five min-
utes, and Dygert kicked the goal.
The final score was 42 to 6.
During the first half Baker was


'93 Lit. Defeats Ypsi.
The '93 lit. team and a goodly
crowd of supporters went to Ypsilan-
ti on the 7:50 o'clock motor to play
the Normal eleven, The Michigan
team won an easy victory by a score
of 44 to o.
The U. of M. is to have a new
athletic field, and from its descrip-
tion in the DAILY it will be quite a
fine one. It will not, however, be
ready for use this fall.-The Ken-
yon Collegian.

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