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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN.
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F. EaEo~aAao, '1 L.
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ATHLETICS, .. . D. tDNTT, 'It E
T R. WOODOW,'SS L. A. H. McDeSGALL,'O E
A. G. BROWNE., '2. E. J. B. WOO, '00,
LJ. Moea cOXEa,'t, W.jD. ICKEYe, '00tM,
The euhecriptio tice of the texeoc CS .50 oe
the colteg ye, with ae gotareldiey befoe
aon eacidy. Notioes, comunoicatioa, cd
othercmaterejtedd foe pbliction cocct
handed ia at th IAIL oe boroe s p. n., or
maled to tho edito befoe 3 p. in. of h day
preeious to that o which they aeexapctd to
Shsciption omay be left a the DooLY ffice,
Meye, cc Soltoto ewtad, cc with Baciiaee
Maage. Sbscieo will coec a faoreeby
repotg pompty t thie Office any failre of
carriere to deliec pape.
Altohangee is adectielag amattenmust e in
the office y 4p. to. on the day pevios to that
on which they ae to avea.
Michigan Gained More Ground.
We give below a 'statement of the
ground gained n but ides and by
whom. Tis io in actual carrying the
bait ahead and includes the return of
punts. Tie figurs are compiled from
the detailed acount of tte game at ii
appears in the Chicago Times-ierald
ot yesterday, which is perhaps at ac-
curate as any record we may obtain
MctLean is only credited with an ad-
vhnce of it yards on in ong run of 40
which was cated back becaue the
umpire had blown his whistle, Michi-
gan receiving the 15 yardo according
First half-For Micigan McLean,
itt yards (includig runs of i5, 6, 23, 45,
35, 30, i, it. 4 and 3 yards); Leiblee, 29
yards; Snow, 11 yards; Street, it yards;
Steckle 9 yards; McDonald, 7 yard;
White, 7 yards; Weeks, 2 yards. Total
266 yards. For Pensylvanisa Kenne-
dy, 25 yards; M~cCracken, 13 yards;
Coombs, 2 yards; Wallace, 9 yards;
Hare, 7 yards; Outland, 3 yards; Teas,
3 yards; She, 2 yards. Total 74
Second half-Fortllchigan McLean,
42 yards; White, t6 yards; McDonald,
12 yards; Steckle, 11 yards; Weeks, 2
yards; Herntein, 1 yard. Total, 8t
yards. For Penssylvnia iMcCracken)
54 yards; Hare, 45 yards; Woodly, 79
yards; Coombs, 31 yards; Tas, IS
yards; Outland, 15 yards; =ardner, 5
yards; Stehe, 3 yards; Ketteedy, I
yard. Total, 201 yard.
Miriagasts total, 350 yard; Pn's
total, 22 yards.
All together Mihigan carried te ball
fa rher than did Pnn, but the atter
gained good ground on her punts atd
also profited by the penalties paid by
Exciting Scenes at the Gm.
The returns received by th DAILY
were read in the gymnasium to a
crowd that taxed the capacity of it.
The utmost enthusiastm prevaild
until Penn's second touchdown.
When Michigan's second touchdown
was annottnced all present seened
to have lost their wits.
Hats, coats, chairs, everything
within reach was p in the air at
once, a moving mass circling sout
the waving arms of those who were
They have come and are nsa n sale
at Sheehans. Heavy black Cong,wih
slver mounting, and a neat nscriptoon.
THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN~ DAILY.
TWO TIE GAMES.
Contined fro flet page..
Gettlig Jabs" from the annuat publica-
tion of the Illinois Society of Engineers
and Surveyors. In the short bsines
session that folawed several men were
voted to membership and sestrat more
ccev names presented which wit be
voted on at the net meeting. r.
Alex. Doss'of Detroit sill probably
give the next address before the society
soich swil be oto the evening f Friday,
Nov. 24. It witt probably be more of
the nature of an experience talk and
will contain many valuable hitts and
scggestions to young engineers,
D;;h 1 O.Wo ano... ateotdd bedEE
Saturday brought the latest surprie
in the defeat of iCornell by Lafayette,
the latter swisning the game by kiking
a goal. Lafayetero oboowing dunce te
seasot, though good, wiii not swarrnt
giving her the place. Saturday's game
swould seesm to entitle her to. Ciao
had roter an cooer time of it than
Was generally expected. Princeton
shoswed an ads-nce over her earlier
sorkc by shutting oatthue lIndians, swho
hove scored against both Harvard and
Pen. iMinnesoa cold do no better
than tie eoit svitho a sngle tou-
dossn. The oiler atus in the East
and Middle West resulted asas gen-
erally expecte except that Yale's and
Wieconsin's scores see rather torgeg.
Nebraska upset the critics by defeatitg
The follocwing re the scores of the
Pennsylvania 11, M~icign 10.
Wi scans in 23, Illitois 0.
Chicago 76. Nrhswestern 0.
tHarvard 11, Dartmsouth 0.
Princeton 12, Car lisle 0.
Yale 4, Penn Sate 0.
Lafayette 6, Coroell 5.
Cclumibia 17, West Point 0.
Minnesotac5, eoit 5
Brescn 38, M. 1. T. .
Iosw, Staic 16, Grintel 0.
Nebraska 12, Drake .
Wesern Reserve 6, Oberlin 0.
Williams8, Amherst 0,
Bowdoint , Bites 0.
Weseyan 16, Holy Crss 0
Case , Kenyon 6.
Nasal Cadets 35, Tinity 0.
ODa established a nccv sord's rec-
ot'd by a goal kick which sas little
short of tarvellus. Junea made a
fair catcb as Wisconsin's 53-yard line
cnear the edge of te gridiron. Feectm
this point ODa enade a place-kik
scorng a cleln goal aii a distance of 57
yards, and that, too, fromt near te
edge of te field,
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