Michigan defeated Chicago at football yesterday by a score of 12 to 0. Eight thousand people saw defeat admiuistered by the wearers of yellow and bine. Chicago snpporters had been very sanguine of success, going so f ar as to layeven money on theirtearu. In the first half Sonter made a 30 yard gaiu, and shortly after Heuuinger went over the line with the ball, but dropped it. Richards feil on the ball aud Bloorniogston made the kick. The second half was inarked by punting, each side eudeavoring to make gains in the snow and ice by frequent kicks. Chicago tried the criss-cross play several tinieb but uusucoessf ully. Bloomingstun made the touch-dowu in the second half, dodgiug a Chicago player and gaining 20 yavds, and then kicking goal. Ihe news of the game was received here very quietly, most of tbe students being either at home or with the team. The game nmkos Michigan the chauipious of the West.