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September 24, 1898 - Image 6

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fi THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.
was at first reported, nor have the varsity players. The old line is all
other leading western colleges except gone and behind the line Dibblee is
Chicago, aund she will he compelled to the only sure man. The class teamG or'
play to the same rules that all her op- men who will have to fill these posi-
puneits will use. The matter is not tions will have a hard time reaching
yet settled and will depend upon the the standard of last year's team. 107 SOUTH
action taken by the Board of Con- PENNSYLVANIA Is STRONG.
trol. Of the old men who will return at
Pennsylvania, Oldfield, center; Hare S OUR
Eastern Football. and McCracken, guards; Goodman
The big eastern colleges are much and Outland, tackles; Hedges, end; Uf
more fortunate than most of the Morice, half; are all expected to r
western ones in having such a large make the team. The most serious
proportion of their last season's foot- loss to the Quakers is that of ex-Cap--
ball men return this fall. Harvard tain Minds at full-back. It is not "
is the only one that has lost many of expected that a man will be devel-
its players and the rest will all be oped who will play the great game
represented by teanis of veterans. that lie did, but Coach Woodruff ;
YALE'S~TEAaM ALL BACK. thinks Walker will make an excel-
lent man for the position.
At Yale only two of last year's
team were graduated and both of Latv Department Will Open One
them will be back in the professional Week Late.
departments. They are Chamberlain, Although all departments of the / NailI
captain, and Jim Rogers, last year's University are scheduled to begin
captain. Cadwallader, the big cen- work on the same day, Sept. 27th, the Nai
ter, has been dropped, but his place law department will be delayed for a
will be well filled by Cutter. The few days and will not open until Oct.
question Of selecting a head Coach 3rd. The new building in which that
is still undecided and it looks as department will be housed this year is F0 '
though there would be none. Fitz- not quite finished, some of the inter-
patrick's place as trainer has not yet ior work not yet being completed.
been filled but will probably be given Dean Hutchins states, however, that
to Sanford, Yale's famous athlete of everything will be in readiness by
the class of '96. Monday Oct. 3rd, and that the de- CilstOlOgy,
SHORT SEASON AT PRINCETON. partment will openin earnestthat
Princton will have an unusually day and begin active work immedia-
short foot ball season owing to the tely. All preliminary examinations
faculty's decision that no football will be got off the week previous so B l
work should begin until college open- that the department can get down toayw t B ifey,
sri. Practice began last Wedssosday stork withouut any uf the delays which
and will close Nov. 12, the date of have occurred in previous years. The
the Yale game. Thirty candidates registration so far this year indicates
are now at work under Coach Brokaw. that about the same number of stu-TedR cterioIogy,
The snasagesmesit is tryinig tis secure desits as last year will he enrole ,
the services of Longdon Lea, captain with only a small increase if any.
of '95's team as head coach. The All new students or those desiring to
old men who have returned are obtain advanced credit are requested
Booth, center; Edwards and Crow- to report to the dean in Doom C, D issecting,
dis, guards; Craig and Reiter, halfs; University Hall instead of Room A
Lathrope, end. Suter, Poe and Ro- as announced.
sengarten will try to fill the hole The department will really lose
caused by Baird's absence. only three days by its delay in open-
HARVARD IS DISCOURAGED. lug, as the first lay only work is as-
Captin Dbble an Coah Fobessigned and sno classes are heard. The'
Captaiss Dibblec asnd Coach Forbes time lost can easily be made up by a
have a tremendous task before them little extra work the first few weeks.
to fill the positions left vacant by The following will be of interest to
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Moulton, Swan, Mills, Parker and
others. There has never beEn a year EXAINATION FOR ADMISSION TO AD- the State of this line of goods ani
in the later history of Harvard foot- VANCED STANDING. our motto stil holds good.
ball when there was such a drouth of The examination for admission to
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