Michigan played what vrill undoubted ly be her hardest game of the season last Saturday at Minneapolis, against the University of Minnesota, and came off conquerors. To be sure it was by the close score of 6 to 4, but then we won, and are perfectly satisfied. Considering the condition of our team when they went onto the field, the result is all that could be asked. With Pingree out of the game entirely, Senter not fit to go in at all, although he tried it, Farnham and Ferbert both in poor condition, the boys did well to make any showing at all. Senter and Farnham both got out of the game very early, Hogg also had to retire on account of injuries. In the flrst half Hutchinson made a touchdown that was at flrst allowed, but the umpire af terward changed his decisión. The game was played on a poor field, and one that was shorter than the regulation gridiron. A crowd of about four thousand watched the game. Minnesota essays to claim that the guiñe made the championship in doubt, butwewould be only too glad to have them come to Ann Arbor this month and decide that. Trainer Robison declares their weights were much understated, and that the team outweighs the Michigan boys. These two teams are undoubtedly the flower of Western teams this year, and either of them a worthy foeman of any team in America. Ferbertfor Michigan played a star game, while Duffy and Bennett also did well.