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VOL. IX, No. 13. ANN ARBOR, MICH., MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1898. FouR PAGES.

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KENYON SHUT OUT. goal and Blencoe missed the last, "LIVE" HOUSE AT U. OF P.
making the final score 29-0.
Michigan Scores Twenty-nine Points Jahn played the best game for For Biological Work.-First ofi Its
in an Easy Game. Kenyon. The teams lined up as fol- Kind in This Country.
The'Varsity had no difficulty in owsThe following article in regard to
defeating the eleven from Kenyon MICHIGAN. KENYON. the "Live" House to be erected at
deeaig h eeenfomKnynBrown, Dye....O ...... Tilton the University o Pennsylvania is
College last Saturday afternoon, al- France,Allen. r. g..Willam, Cap te rithe Pennsylvania
though at one stage in the game the Caley...........L g.........McCalla taken from the nnsylvanian:
Ohio men had the ball on Michigan's Steckle, McDonald.r. t.....Rogers "The new live house, which is
two-yard line and it looked for aWood, White.'..... I1.t......-.Turnbull soon to be erected by the Biological
time as if they would certainly score. Tetzel, Hicks......r. e...........Aubry Department, is to be about 62 feet
But the 'Varsity took one of her old- BaraS e, co....... .....Day long and 32 feet wide. On the
time braces and held Kenyon for Whitcomb, Blencoe.r.h..........Morris ground floor there will be a long
downs right on the line. Avery, Widman....l. h.. Jahn, Hazard aquarium room, with three pools on
The playing showed great improve. Keena, Mohr. f.... .Doolittle one side and extensive animal rooms
P Y g grea impove. Touchdown-Avery,Keena, Widman,
ment over that of the game last week, Snow, Blencoe. Goals from Touch- on the other. The largest pool, lo-
but is still very ragged and leaves down-Keena (4). Umpire-Sawyer, of cated in the centre, will be a fresh-
plenty of hard work for the coaches. Western Reserve, Referee-Knight, of water basin, divided into nine princi-
The game was characterized by a Princeton. Attendance, 900. pal sections. These sections will
great number of off-side plays on Saturdaq's Football Scores. contain frogs, reptiles, and a great
the part of Michigan. Teetzel was Yale, 23; Williams, 0. many species of fresh water fishes
in the game for a short time and put Princeton, 58; Franklin and Mar- and invertibrates. The remaining two
up some stiff playing while there. shall 0. pools are to be of fresh and salt-water
Whitcomb was Michigan's ground Pennsylvania, 18; Brown, 0. respectively, each divided into num-
gainer, making fifteen, twenty. and Harvard, 21; Dartmouth, 0. erous sections, the salt-water basin to
twenty-five yard runs around the Cornell, 23; Carlisle, 6. contaim small sharks, sea urchins,
ends repeatedly and followed his - Illinois, 0; Notre Dame 5. star fish, anemonies and other mariie
terference well. Widman, who was Illinois tr Dae, . invertibrates.
put im the game for the second half, Cmhicago, 38; Iosa, 0.. "SSpecimens of nearly all the fami-
did some clever work carrying the lies of the smaller mammals, such as
ball. He reminds the spectator very Wsconsi, 76; Dixoa, 0. rats, mice, squirrels, rabbits and
much of Dutch Ferbert in the way New Baseball Material. opossums, will be kept ot the other
he twists and crawls along after his Fotrteen ms answered Captain side of the aquarium. Their houses
g interference has been broken up. Lnin's order to appear at the Atls- will be so constructed that it will be
White played a hard game and did letic Field for baseball practice lst possible to investigate and determine
well in returning kicks. Satmrday mornimg. The ractice their daily and nocturnal habits.
' The kick-off was caught by Teet- Soul not be ketit up as it wasi 'Specialattention will be given to
zel, who carried it back ten yards. for the urose of cetting a line omn bees, the hives being arranged in a
Whitcomb made ten more through the new baseball material that entered long row up-stairs. Certain bees
tackle, and Keena fifteen through college this fall. The outlook is will be marked, so that their weight
the center. Whitcomb got twenty very encouraging for next spring, as can be determined before they leave
yards around left end and in the next all the old baseball men are back the building and after their return.
play Avery went around right end with the exception of Cooley, Butler Ants, moths, wasps and other iai-
for a brilhiant run of twenty-five amd Thompson, aud tiers are several sects will be kept for study.
yards and scored the first touchdown very prominent cadidates ftr their . "Another interesting part of this
in less than three miuutes' play. f l h i ve house is a large wmig which will
Keemna kicked goal. poitt onsa erawhohereositions be devoted to many varieties of birds,
Thenex kck-ffwasworedba Th e dnaem tri seere out Satur- such as the oswl, the sparrow, the
to Kemyon's ten-yard hie by runs lay morning were Captain Lunn, gold-finch; bats will also be kept in
made by Whitcomb, Avery and Miller, Lehr, aid ast year's coach this portion of the buildig.
Steckle, and then Kenyotn getting Watkins. Amonag the most promi- "It is the purpose of the Biologi-
the ball on a fumble punted to thisDeCtoftem en out sers:C cal department to collect this valu-
middle of the field, where Michigan Fleshe anddate for thiri able material for the use of students
as held for downs. Morris amade base. Last year Flesher was the in research work, for the different
ten yards through Wood. Michigan captain of the Dixon College nine classes, and for experimental work;
lost ten yards for off-side and thirty which, it will be remembered, de- the desire being to mintroduce the
more on a kick which was fumbled, feated Michigan, and he was the best study of living creatures in schools
givimg Kenyon the ball on Michi- man of the team both in batting and and universities, imstead of dead ones,
gan's two-yard hate. Michigan played fielding. R. Taylor, candidate for as is the custom now. This vivariuam
the hardest ball of the day and suc- shortstop, is from North Division is the first of its kimd mi this country,
ceeded n holdig them for downs, High School Chicago, where he and so far as known no umiversity ii
when Keena kicked the ball out played that position. T. M. Mc- the world is provided with such a
of danger, and time was called. Clore, of Adrian College nine, will building. It should furnish a great
Score, 6-0. . try for the outfield. J. H. Sweer, of stimulus to zoological work in our
In the second half the 'Varsity Fort Wayne, is another candidate university and community.'
ference was much better. The bal for the outfield. . J. Kirkbride The senmor literary students are
sk -off to hetenty- yard who played at Finlay, O., is out for opening the campaign for class offices
washkkd-o tthe wenty-fie an shortstop. E. Nelson, who was out early. Charles T. Tryon of Bay
lia smher. Michgan g e alnd last year, will come out again next City and L. D. Verdier of Grand
a fumble. Widman made a splendidsri an frecd.R y
- run around right end for a touch. sprig and try for second. Roy Rapids have both been prominent in
r down and Keena kicked goal after two egangel, of Scranton, Pa., has letics and both command a
e mutes of play. Talcott returned pitched for several years and wpll be stron support in the class for th
a valuable man in the box. Max strongtsuptswfor te
t the next kick-off twenty-three yards. Mao, a left handed e will be a presidency. An attempt will be
r Whitman took it twenty-five more, nda efor pitcher afor first made to hold the election within two
then Widman made twelve through base. Neal Snow was not out Satur- -eeks.
d the line. Keena hit the center for day but will be a strong candidate Miss Irene M. Blanchard,'95, of
t entykicore, scoring a toucdown, for first base in the spring, having Minonk, Ill., is teaching in the
Whitcomb, Widman, Blencoe and played that position on Detroit High Battle Creek high school.
SchooladD.AC.ins
White made two more touchdowns and D. A. C. nines. Howard Stuch, ex-'99, is taking a
for the 'Varsity, White doing excel- Miss Jessie Mack, '98, is teaching medical course at the University of
e lent work in carrying back punts and in the high school at Canon City, Virginia and is playing quarterback
t kick-offs. Keena kicked the fourth Colo. on the 'Varsity eleven.

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