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VOL. IX, No. 37.

ANN ARBOR, MICH., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1898.

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ALMOST A TIE.
ichigan's Eleen Wins an Unsat-
isfactorc Victor Oer North-
western.
Northwestern University was de-
eated Saturday afternoon on Shep
>ard Field by the close score of 6 to
but Michigan gained no glory from
he result. It was practically a tie
ame, each side scorig one touch-
own, and Northwestern failed to
ick goal while Michigan did. The
vork of the 'Varsity is discouraging.
Che eleven seemed to go to pieces at
he critical stages of the game. Eight
imes Michigan carried the ball witit
a Northwestern's 5 yard line. Six
imes out of the eight she was held
or downs, once Snow tried a place
ek but failed, and once the ball
as pushed over for a touchdowni.
The men in the 'Varsity's line
played a good game in general.
Bothne, North western's right tackle,
was the only Evanston line man who
utplayed orevet eqtad his op.
-oti Te 'Varsity's aks were
weak and were outplayed by those of
Northwestern, who put up ti ce as
ast a game. Wiidman and Weeks
put tip the best game for Micigan
behind the hine.
The field was in wretched shape
and the mud prevented many end
lays. Bennett and Snow succeeded
in checking any gains arounl. Mihi-
gan's end, and easily outplayed Sie-
berts and Elliott. Steckle had the
best of McCluskey throughout and
not a gain was made through him.
France played a hard game and com-
pletely used up his two opponents
Thorne and Dietz, the former being
carried from the field near the end
of the game.
Coach Hall in criticizing the game
said it was the poorest he had seen
this year. "Our acks were terribly
slow and their work miserable. The
forwards did nice work, but were weak
at times. The management of the
team during play was not as it should
have been."
Michigan kicked the ball off
Perry returned with a punt at th
first line-up. Michigan was unabl
to advance the ball and surrendere
it to Northwestern and Perry immeo
diately punted again. Bennett mad
5 yards but Michigan could not gai
another yard and Northwestern go
the ball on downs. Bothe made
run of 30 yards to the 8 yard line
Cunningham's off-side work lost4
yards for Michigan and Bothne car
ried it the other 4 for a touchdown
just 12 minutes after play begat
Perry missed goal.
After the next kickoff there wc
an exchange of punts in which Sno
gains10 yards on Perry,and then Mich
igan began to send her backs troug
the line. Widmtan made 25 yard
and then 5 more. Stekle made
Widman 3 more, and Caley wet
pushed over for Michigan's touc
down. Bennett kicked goal. It too
the 'Varsity just 8 minutes to mak
this score-and after it was do
neither side scored another point.
Michigan had the ball for near]
all the rest of the half because eve
time Northwestern got it, Perry i

mediately punted. Runs by Caley Thompson Elected President of the
and Widman, and a fake play by Freshmen.
which McDonald made 15 yards, put After one of the hottest campaigns
the ball on Northwestern's 5 yard in years, the Freshman Literary-
lie. But the 'Varsity could not Engineer election ended in a victory
gala a yard more and Northwestern for the Thompson forces. Their en-
soon got the ball which Perry punted tire ticket was successful except the
out of danger. Snow tried a place track team and baseball manager-
kick from the 30 yard line without ships, which went to James Stras-
success, and time was called with the burg, of Chicago, and Robert E. Lee,
score 6 to 5. of Coldwater, respectively, who were
In the second half Michigan did running on the Benscoter ticket.
better offensive work and succeeded At 1:30 President Angell called
in working the ball down to the line the meeting to order. Mr. Goddard
four times, but could not push it was asked to act as chairman, and he
over once. Northwestern would get appointed Allen Brooihall, Arthur
it on downs and Perry would soon Bennett, Harry Bates. M. Martin, R.
punt it out of danger. Steckle and Wiest, and C. Friederich, tellers.
Weeks did the best work at advanc- Mr. Benscoter was nominated first,
ing the ball in this half. One of The nominations of both cadlidates
Perry's punts from Northwestern's 5 were greeted with such an outburst
yard line was 70 yarus, the longest of yelling and stamping that the
punt of the game. Michigan went chairman was comipelled to put an
te pieces every time the ball was near effective damper on the excessive cc-
Northwestern's goal, and as a result thusiasti of the freshmen.
the score remained the same as it was The count showed a tmajority of
at the end of the first half. one for Thompson, the vote being;
The following is the line-up: Thompson, 114; Benscoter, 111;
vARSITY. NORTiwSTERN Valsh, 1; and Sullivan, 1. The vote
Cunni gham......................Little
France.............r. g.........Hanson iionthe ther officers was asfotlots:
Caley...........1. g...Thorne, Dietz For vice-president, Miss Dahlstrom,
Steckle.............r.t..........Bothne 116; Miss McKay, Ill; For sere-
A hiteAvery........ t......icCiuskey tary, Houston, 115; McCloy, 107;
Snow............r e. E liotBt
Bennett............. esieberts, iathin Browc, 1. For treasirer, Harry
Street..................... Ryan Brown, 118; Ferguson, 109; for
Barabe................r h...........Perry orator, Utley, 138; W illis, 91.
Widman.............h........Johnson For historian, Roth, 116; Stevens,
sicDonad,Weeks...f.........Libberton 0 I 1F t M
Touchdowns -Bothtne, Caley. Goa 110; rwin, . or poeless, iss
from touchdown.-Bennett. Umpire.- Cummins, 116; Miss Matchett, 107;
Brown, of Cornell. Referee-Hayner, of Miss Perrin, 2; Miss Snover, 2. For
Lake Forest. Linesmen-Jonesof Mich- prophetess, Miss Perrin, 148; Miss
igan, Hoyne, of Northwestern. Buchbalter, 54; Miss Sherman, 13.
NOTES OF THE GAME,
s Although the small score was dis- For baseball mtanager, Lee, 119;
couraging to the Michigan supporters Brbiur, 108; 9eotrack macager
one fact was evinced which augers Inlander board, Dewey, 10; Lewis,
well for success in the Thanksgiving Ialoerhboadrwes40;Leis
Day game. Our line was a veritable 87. Joselc Standart was unani
stone wall and absolutely impervious cuously elected toastmtaster. 'hio
to te ferc phcigs o th Noth.latter election bids fair to abro-
Sto the fierce plunges of the North-
swestern backs and tackles. If the gate, at least for this year, the cus-
team can hold Chicago the same way tom of having two freshman ban-
e a great step has been taken toward quets.
1 victory. Literary Debating Final Tonight.
Ryan who played quarter for Tonight the final debate of the
Northwestern and Street who did the Literary Department will be held in
e same for Michigan, were formerly Rooin 24. The Alpha Nit will be
e students at Williams college and represented by F. E. Rheinfrank, A.
d while there were roommates. When R. Wistrand and G. A. Ohhnger,
- they left Williams they little expect- and the Adelphi by L. Young, C.
e ed to meet again as field captains on D. Hurrey and A. Evans. The
n rival teams. winners of this debate rueet the
it After the game a lively scrap took wincers in tomorrow's debate for the
a place to secure the ball, Michigan final University contest.
e. wishing it for the new trophy room. Unit Club Lecture.
4 Northwestern men tried to keep it,
- but "Long" Allen managed to get Prof. R. i1'. Wenley opens the
, hold of it and tucking it under his Unity Club course toight with a
. arn resented all attempts to wrest it lecture on "Robert Burns." Prof.
from him. As a consequence it will Wenley's power its a thinker, his
as soon be seen in the trophy room wit, and ability as a speaker, give a
w along with like relics of former Chi- guarantee that his lecture on the
-i cago and Cornell games. great Scottish bard will bei a ttor-
h oughley interesting and enjeeyahle one.
s, Saturday's Football Scores. Meeting oil the Comedy Club.
5, Chicago 17, Purdue 0. uThe Comedy Club wi meet
as Harvard 10, Pennsylvania 0. Wednesday to make plans for the
ht Yale 10, C. A. A. 0. year. As Pres. P. 1. Wagar did not
k Wisconsin 12, Alumni 11' return to college, his successor will
tc Cornell 12, Williams 0. ret ebe chle, As plcyct-be
e Princeton 5, West Point5. cave to be chseuc. A pay to be
Nebraska 18, Kansas 6. ge ulerte g the year cihi probably
ly Beloit 11, Rush Medics, 0.
ry Oberlin 11, Western Reserve 0. L. H. Hayes '98 L., is in a law
n- Case 23, O. S. U. 5. office at Butte, Mont.

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