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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 10, 1913, Image 9

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but went down before a team better
versed in its use. It is doubtful if
Nebraska could whip the Gophers
now, however, as Williams has
brought his men forward handily.
As far as the results of the games
were concerned, there were no up
sets in the West, but many surpijsef
were caused by the scores.
Chicago, picked to overwhelm
Northwestern, only ran up 14 points
while keeping its own goal line pure.
The small score was due in some
part to the number of substitutes
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Stars of the PittsDurgh surprise
package Peck, halfback; Dillon,
halfback; Captain Wagner, end.
Stagg sent into the game. It cannot
be denied, however, that the Maroons
"played poor football. The men "were
not keyed up, for the game, having
been told that tfie Purple was soft
picking.
A much stronger offense and de
fense must be perfected if a victory
is to result Saturday against Minne
sota. Williams has a remarkable
backfleld. After being defeated by
Nebraska the Gophers easily came
back and downed Wisconsin
Wisconsin beat 'Ohio State arid
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