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Wolverine-Gopher Gridiron History
Reveals Number Of fitter Struggles

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History of the Michigan-Minnesota
football games dates back to '92. Since
that date' the gridiron teams of the
two schools have engaged in 10 battles
from which Michigan has triumphant-
ly come out on the large end of the
score of six. Three games were won
by the Gophers while one game result-
ed in a tie.
Gophers Annex Initial Battle
In 1892 Michigan playing her first
game against the Gophers were forced
to go down to defeat by the score of
16-6. The following year Minnesota
repeated her performance walloping
the Wolverines to the tune of 34-20.
The next game was played in 1895
and resulted in Michigan's first vic-
tory. That year Yost's warriors whip-
ped Minnesota, 20-0. The next year,
saw Minnesota fighting for a mie-
back. In one of the best games ever
played between the two schools Mich-
igan defeated the Minneapolis eleven
by the small score of 6-4.
In 1897 the Wolverines again shut-
out the Gophers winning by a margin
two touchdowns. Following this game
came a period of inactivity between
the two schools and no more contests
were held until 1902, when Michigan
came through with a 23-6 win.
Brown Jug Comes Into Limelight
In 1903 came the game which start-
ed the journey of the historic little
brown Jug. The game ended in a 6-6
tie after which the Gopher trainer
"semi-corded" the Wolverine water
Watch for the Pink Sheet!

bottle and then the trouble began.
Again came a breaking off of rela-
tions which lasted until 1909. Once
more Michigaa reopened hostilities
with a victory by the score of 15-6. In
1910 the Gophers were again white-
washed in a close game, Michigan
totaling six points.
Wolverine Return Doleful
As Michigan left the Conference no
more games were played until two
years ago when the Gophers won their
third game. Michigan had an off year
and Minnesota romped away with a
34-7 victory. Last year Michigan went
up to Minnesota and by virtue of a
3-0 triumph brought the little brown
jug back to its rightful resting-place.
Totaling the score for the whole 10
games gives Michigan a margin of 30
points the Wolverines having scored
136 points to 106 for the Gophers.
FIGHTING MARKSFI9 CIMG
Freshmen Battle Reserves to 7-7 Tie
in Their Final Clash of
Season
PROMISING MATERIAL WILL
BID FOR 1921 VARSITY JOBS
The last scrimmage of the year was
held at Ferry Field yesterday after-
noon when the reserves and freshman
elevens battled to a 7-7 tie. The game
was hard fight throughout and neither
side showed a decided advantage. In
the first half the yearlings had the
better of the argument and slipped
over a touchdown,, but the reserves
came back strong in the second period
and by passes and line plunges suc-
ceeded in carrying the ball over the
goal line.
Yearlings First to Score
The reserves kicked off to the fresh-
men who worked the pigskin down to
the two yard line. Here the reserve
eleven showed its strength by holding
the yearlings for four downs, and the
ball went over to the reserves. 'They
were forced to punt behind their own
goal line to the freshmen, who, by
a pass and a line buck by Miller, car-
ried the ball over the line. Vreeland
goaled for the yearlings, and the half
ended shortly afterwards.
Kreis Stars for Reserves
Both teams showed a lot of stuff

resrve, intercepted one of their pass-
es. Another pass from Kreis to Bra-
ton brought the ball to the 10 yard
line, where it was carried t over by
Kreis. Hathaway kicked goal. Neith-
er team was able to score after that
and the game ended with the score
a tie.
Promising Material on Teams
For the reserves White, Kreis, El-
liot and Braton showed up well, while
Vreeland, Miller, Davis and Vander,
Vort starred for Mather's team. The
freshman squad should offer a lot of
good material for the Varsity next
fall, as the team as a whole showed
up well. The reserves, too, proved
that they had some good men who
will fight for places on the first team
when the call is heard next season.
In 1893 the seniors of Cornell did
not wear the cap and gown.

FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES
WILL TAKE ADVANCED WORK
Following is the list of freshmen
and sophomore girls who have been
admitted to the class in advanced
gymnastics by qualifying in the ex-
amination held Tuesday afternoon:
Sophomores: D. Bogan, P. Delph, M.
Early, H. Hoad, E. Wilnes, M. Oakes,
L. Walker; freshmen: D. Bacon, M.
Birmingham, M. Barnum, A. Crause, E.
Kadow, E. Smith, K. Styer, C. Wilcox.
ELITE HAT SHOP
Cor. Jefferson & Maynard Sts.

All Juniors and seniors electing the
work must present a statement from
Dr. Walker before entering the class.
In 1891 season tickets for football
cost $8 at Harvard.

In 1893 one 16th of the stude
American colleges were studyix
the ministry.
In 1891 class baseball teams
ticed on the campus.

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A deposit will hold until Christmas
a gift box Crane, Hurd, Whiting,
Hampshire and other choice stationery
at O. D. Morrill's, 17 Nickel's Arcade.
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GOOD CLOTHES
Every time you need new clothes is the right time
to buy Kuppenheimer Good Clothes. They are
always right in style, well tailored in fabrics of
merit, and today, as always, the nation's standard
of value-at prices one-third less than last year.

FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Orpheum No. 1 Tenor
Banjo. Bargain, almost new. Coch-,
ran, 754-J. .46-2
FOR SALE-Tuxedo suit in excellent
condition, size 34. Call Robbins at
16. 46-2]
FOR SALE-One student titket, Mich-
igan-Minnesota game. Two tickets
first balcony, McCormick concert.
Call 2010. 47-2
FOR SALE-Ticket to Minnesota game.
Call Button, 2395-M. 47'
FOR SALE - Two single tickets for
Minnesota game. Call 1443-M. 47
WANTED
WANTED-Hustler to handle insur-
ance proposition and agents. Hand-
some income. Apply Box B. L. R.,
Daily. 46-3
WANTED-Two tickets for Choral Un-'
ion Series. Call 2578-R after 8 P.
M. 47

LOST
LOST-Parker fountain pen between
Martha Cook and Upper Study Hall,
Tuesday evening. Call Mary Van
Deinse, 217. r 46-2
LOST-Dental Cosmos 1895 bound vol.
Finder please call 843-M. . 47-2
LOST-Near 551 Church St., one pair
spectacles. Please call 2949. 47-2
FOR RENT
FOR RENT - Three office rooms in
Nickel's Arcade. Enquire at room
336, Nickel's Arcade. 46-2
FOR RENT-Suite and single room
for couple, or girls. 910 E. Washing-
ton St. 46-3
FOR SALE
FOR SALE--Two tickets Minnesota
game. Good seats. Call 1047-J. 47
FOR SALE- 1920 'Ford Roadster.
Five cord tires, new battery. Phone
557-M. 47-2

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