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FOUGHT IN THE SNOW.
CORNELL DEFEATS MICHIGAN IN A HARD STRUGGLE. An Interesting Game in Which an Absence of Slugging Was a Noticeble Feature--The Yellow and Blue Beaten by a Score of 10 to 0--Ann Arbor's Strong Play-Cornell's Work Better than That of Thanksgiving Day.--Other Football Games Throughout the Land. Start of the Game. Opening of the Second Half.
Chicago Daily Tribune (1872-1922) - Chicago, Ill.
Date: Nov 29, 1891
Start Page: 6
Pages: 1
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Cornell, 10; University of Michigan, 0. The game between two two great universities was played yesterday afternoon at the South Side Ball Park in drifted snow a foot deep. A scant corporal's guard paced along the sidelines and several hundred spectators shivered...

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