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VOL. IX, No. 8. ANN ARBOR, MICH., TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1898. FouR PAGES.

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Football Practice. Dean Hutchins to Freshmen.
About sixty men were out for foot- Dean Hutchins Monday afternoon
ball practice yesterday afternoon, and gave a short talk to the freshmen of
were given the hardest work they the Law Department. His remarks
have had so far. Four elevens were were substantially as follows: "Dili-
picked out and practiced signals. All gence is necessary to success in amy
the men were given work with the kind of work and especially in the
tackling machine, both in making law. The lawyer to succeed must be
flying tackles and blocking. Keena diligent and industrious, both in
and Snow spent quite a little time study and in practice. A lawyer at
practicing goal kicks, one of Michi- the bar must have vigorous, physical
gan's weak points as was shown by health as well as mental. The diplo-
Saturday's game. ma counts for nothing in practice,
Hannan, last year's fullback was but work does, and those who have
out for the first time and spent all of worked thoroughly during their col-
his time punting, not lining up with lege course and afterwards may ex-
the players. He will be out regular- pect a fair measure of success. Col-
ly from now on. It is quite probable latteral reading is highly essential to
that Cunningham, last year's center, the lawyer. This reading should in-
will be out within a day or two, a lude both legal and general litera-
fact which greatly encourages the ture, such as English literature,
coaches as his appearance will economics and history. Lectures are
strengthen one of Michigan's weak not so much for mere instruction as
places. Caley also is expected to for suggesting investigations to be
come out this afternoon and com- made and reading to be done. Reg-
mence regular practice with the team. ular daily exercise should be taken
In the line-up work the men are to keep the body well and strong,
showing some improvement, but the and interest should be taken in le.
playing is still very ragged. The tures, and debating societies to keep
men are slow in starting into the the mind fresh and broad, as a change
play, run high with the ball and do from constant legal study. Of the
not tackle hard or low enough. Near greatest importance are dilligence
the end of the practice, Oversmith and collateral work."
was unfortunate in having his shoul-
der hurt which will keep him out of Attention! U. of M. Rifles.
the game for a day or two.
The following is a correct and up- The U. of M. Rifles met last even-
to-date list of the players who have ing and decided to hold a meeting
been taken to the training table: next Friday evening at 7 o'clock,
Bennett, Keena, Talcott, Whitcomb, probably in Room 9, University Hall,
Allen, Snow, Avery, Widman, Wood, and all 1en who would like to join
Blencoe, Steckle, Oversmith, Carr, the company are invited to be pres-
Smith, Brown, Kramer and Lehr. ent. There are many vacant places
There are seventeen in all. in the company and good men who
The following men were tried in mean business and would like to
yesterday's line-ups: make the company a crack one are
asked to attend and hand in their
Brown.............c........Carr, Smith names.
Kramer....r. g........Alle
Allen........... g..........Dye Capt. Magley will not return to
Steckle............r. t.........McDonald college this year and a complete
Wood.............1. t..............Day reorganization will have to be effect-
Bennett, Hicks... r. e.........Gansaw ed. There is an excellent chance for
Snow...........i1.e...........has
Talcott......q....... b............(ram men with military experience, as but
Whitcomb . . . h .Mohr one of the coninissioned officers is
Avery, Weeks ....I.. h.. .Blencoe, Weeks in college. The meeting Friday
Keena.............f. b...........Hoover night will be over in time to attend
Two other elevens lined up as fol. the athletic mass meeting.
lows and contained many new men:
"MaR"" Will Coach Miami.
Hampton..........c.............Smith
Cook................r. g...........Pitkin Muir Snow, the famous left guard
Lehr...............1. g...........Gould on last year's Varsity, has been se-
White..........r. t. Elliot cured to coach the eleven of Miai
Larson. 1............ t. J. C. Avery
Richardson .....r. e...Andereon University, at Oxford, Ohio. He
White.............1. e.........Emerson will take the place of Caley, who
Childs.............q. b.......Hartsburg was to have done this work himself,
Bain...............r. h...........Smith but has decided to stay here and
Baldwin..........1.. h.....e....ewberry laywith the team. Miami has ex-
cellent material for a team this year
A Unique Course. and has a schedule arranged of fif
e . teen games, a majority of which she
A vey uiqu an orgma corsewill -undoubtedly wil under Coach
is being offered this semester by Dr. will un . w ue o
Mosher which she calls "Household Snow's traiing.
Economics." The course takes up Meeting of Choral Union.
the buying of a house, the furnish-
ing of it, the precautions to be taken The first meeting of the Choral
to secure the best hygienic arrange. Union will be held on Tuesday even-
ments, the preparation of meals, etc., ing, October 4th, at 7:30 p. m. All
the aim of the course being to give a old members are requested to be
little practical work with a view to present. Professor Stanley will be
aiding all those who contemplate at his office, every day during the
setting up housekeeping at some week, from 8 a. m. to 10 a. m., 1:00
period of their life. The course is a p. m. to 1:45 p, m. and 4:30 p. m. to
distinct departure from the usual 6:00 p. m., for the examination of
courses offered in college. new members.

Prospects of Other Colleges.
Last Saturday the football seasoes
opened in dead earnest all over the
country. In the West all the big-
colleges except Illinois opened the'
season auspiciously. Illinois was de-
feated by College of Physicians, and
Surgeons by a score of 11 to 6. The
defeat means that Illinois will be
worked harder for its game withs
Purdue next Saturday.
Northwestern and Wisconsin
against light teams, rolled up the big.
scores of the day. Northwestern
counting 57 against Dixon Normal,.
and Wisconsin 52 against Ripon col-
lege. Ryan at guard and Cochems.
at half-back will certainly be missed
at Wisconsin this year. Holmes who
was one of the best tackles in the
west last year, has returned to col-
lege. Contrary to the statements
sent out from Madison, Stagg has ex-
pressed no objection to Holmes' play-
ing. Odea is said to be kickiig bet-
ter than ever this year.
Northwestern amassed more points'
against Dixon Normal than it has
ever done against any team so early
in the season. Perry, has im-
proved in experience over last year,
when he had the capabilities for be-
lug one of the best halfs on the grid-
iron. Bothne made a drop-kick.
under very unfavorable circum-
stances, the ball having been fum
bled on the pass. With Thorne, the-
Dietz brothers, McClusky and Little
in the line Northwestern will have-
plenty of weight and plenty of ex-
perience, and ought to make a better'
showing than it has done for severari
years.
Chicago defeated Monmouth by'
two more points than it beat Knox.
the Saturday before. The rain, which
interfered all over the west, made
the ball slippery, and there was
plenty of fumbling. Chicago played
a fast game. Rogers, who was tried
at tackle, ran well with the ball, and
will be kept in the tackle position.
Chicago's chances for a good line are-
much brighter than they were ow
week ago. In any event, with nine
of last years team returned, and far
more new material than ever before
in its history, it is evident that Capt.
Kennedy will have an excellent.
eleven behind him this fall. Chica-
go and Northwestern meet early this
year-on Oct. 22. The game is like-
ly to be in doubt till the last touch-
down.
Minnesota, which last year barely
outpointed Carleton college 14-6, this
year went home with the satisfactory
score of 32-0 chalked up on the bulle-
tin boards. Coach Minds does not
intend to let Minnesota repeat its
shocking record of last year, and the
Wisconsin-Minnesota game will be'
like the struggles of old days.
Tennis Men.
Entries for the fall tennis tou rna-
ment which begins Friday afternoon
must be made before Thursday night.
Tennis manager Reigelman will be ia
the reading room of the Gym. on.
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday
afternoons from 4:30 to 5:30 to re-
ceive entries. Fee, fifty cents. Tour-
nament open only to Athletic Associ-
ation members.

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