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~~Ijc U.of IAl. Wiailp
VOL. 11-No. 50. UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1891.: IPRicE, THREE CENTS.
THE FOOT-BALL SEASON. one scheduled game, as follows: lopper was ne of the most pow r OP YOUR*- -
ARvwofte ad Van Inwagen, Sherman, Hayes, Jef- erful men in the line. His work, OU 3QSOITY AORmnsFpnte ryrs ei, rworDgrt ersntoghntbrlin, a ffcie
Viefo-alsaossa lsdPowrs,' Topper, Mowery, Ritten- He tackled well. He played left wcr.5. 5
ltSaudwtthe goo-use sas gawa inlst ger, Wickes, Thomas, Duffy, Griffin, guard in six ames, and right tackle Maied to You Yu
Cnll atura-ih.th aea Gis.Crosh, de Pont, Sosthwort, IBerry, in one. NE-ThoghYu
Cca. AlhuhWilliams and Mlac~herran. Mowry swas a hard and earnest
Michigan's teanm this year has not Van Inwagen, captain, played player, doing good work in the ____________
WS m ygaeorsoeasright- half in 'six games, left half in rushes. Hc played right tackle
maypointsaslt year'selvnUo one and full-back in one. His twice, left tackle tsice and right PRICE -- APPLICATION.
did thre s n dobt ut hata d--strong pointwsas end running, where guard once.
ieds step forsard has been taken Ie had a chance to sprint. i'sChen ~ittenger is te mst promising
in tlse development of list ganse here. hie made any gain it was usisally apae in the University He plydHiIM , A Yi, k &(Q
itssbe ooesintfclyplayed long run of from i5 to 25 yards. a first-class half, asd will develop ! LIST
tihan eer before. The players have Sherman lydqarbk n into a very superior player. He and Jewel~ tuu ledases ety Iadges
been instructed to play a game radi- all of the games. He was the right played left haf in three gasses andK DETROIT, - - MICH.
atty different from that of last year, iuan 'iss the right place..Ie is a right half in one.
sith all the objectionable features cool, collected player, tackles low Wickes played centre in three -
eliminated, antI last but more i- and sure, knows the game well, asd games, left guard in ose asd right
portant than anything elsethe foun- estimated is by many to e the finest guard in one.
sations for a very superior eleven for player on the ean.'Thomuas played right guard in six
netaonthisarseleveid st.s, Hayes played right end in six games and left tackle in one.
Allofths yars leentht sganmes and right tackle in tswo. iHe Duffy played full-ack in ose
the sdesirahie ones, wiii retusrn next has the making of a good playerantl gane.11
collegiate year, and if they are put would ave been very effctive lhiss Griffin was right tackle twice, right
Ott trisingatleat scoweks e-year hadi he beesn properly instruct- end onece and left tackle once. s~snow~teaetesstiatve
fore the seasoss comsmsences, and are eel, le ges hroisgis twech assdt Grostelistidfirstclass sork itwo is, Ooes as SOte $,a airan-less tht,,An sAbsor
p edneer the instrusctionsofa dleftsntiearf-statk'
Istl~t f tackles fairly swell. gamses as lf si-ak
torouighly compleent roac, there Jefferis, the ig centre, playesd . dePtc os played fulllessk osce, R. . Y E 'p
is nos reason swhy Michigan, ',witth its thsat position insthe last fsssr gsssss. left edcssssse, anti left tsscke sne H FtL
50stsusents, sholsod nsot be repre-Ilie is as-ry p ierulma, and So(1 5 rhplayedleft edioesslDssl '.1J0l, IllHI.
rentetd by ass elevessisferior tsone Mietigass's opponssents fistssdsit usle- Mile. 5 #
ii the swest, asnitattic to coeswsit l:ss to force simin s a russsh. Ietewsts Berry sas cestre onssce sssd left C hap. Speller &
the best teamssinthtie east. ississcible as the point of a s', and guarsosce. Uiversity Oufitters,
Inrn thsesseleseason of sf, i~ tctss Ie cossidtnot ho stoppedsteossnce N~lilisntpIlayedt at left essd sise 2W5IThl .ss 5S ATEsS., ANN 111011
ass son three ganss, asnd lot five.satel I taoic oIissr namse, asse left al oce.
Ihe folltswvssgscre the scores: t- tat ichigasn 'sae soasygains llacPlerra plyd left esssd in '1veckwvear,
bionsos soMiciigans ; M\ichigaas8, i5 wedcework. Iste gasse. DressShrsGlv ,
lisvet lUs \ichsigans 26,Oberlsn 6;Shirts, - 1oves
ts B4 u Ittler 6; Chicago0 2, C vsrtplys iit ss neRemembered Its Honorary Member.iU dr e ,
ftnss onl fMesgssaod lefteiafuesw Hest.n-amgeGENTS' FURNISHINGS,'4es
levelasndt8, IMichigant4; Crorr- s ens a oe t an is ls Tlasksgiving say iss isssie i-__ IQualiy.,
ell so, Michtigass o.- IMiciigan better tian any of Daeret v- i, theueli known piasist, sas tiFOOT-B/1 LL Q B f
scoedroital rs oitstant op-I 'srn ~tn esgsrlu i ~ssurpriseet by receiving a fine 1iaso___
Iosets scorest a total of 124 p-oit sI bttute squarterbiack, lnmp bearing a caret inscribed: "'To Inglists Mackintoshes,
Michigas, to tosueh-doss, frosts Dygert played fsll-baisnsfisee Miss Minnsie Davis, as a 'Tokess;ef Atihetic ansd ..-
snlicis s; goals scre kicked. Of lisa games, right haf in one, ight tackle IEsteenm, fronsthe W eitter Sesciety.'' . (yossstsissss Goods,
tou~c-downs Pearson made eght in one, and left end in one tiex- Mss Davis was last year miae an 05-'EVERY t>s O1'.xt ll55
and pslayed in three full games, and celled isnbscking thelinesas tiot hnorary msenber of tat society,
tart of two others; Vast Inwag*en speedy, kicked oals beautifully and ansi is one of te any friens of te SAE IM AN MO Y
msade six and payedin all tie games: tackled well. society who have assistet iinaking
Crusts made two and played is two Pearson sas tie fineset foot-bal its programs interesting,fl uigso
gaines; Shersman, Crawford, Rit-. player in the University. Hle is of The Webster Society is te oldest
tenger and D~ygert made one eaci. the ideal foot-hall build, a very literary society connected with tie LA W P qX.'T 3'I1YIYI I5
Dygert kicked ten goals from seven- powerful rusher, agile, anti when University, having been founded it
teen touds-downs, and Duffy kicked gven the al almost sure to gain 859, and has always held its place of on whie we are here.
tree goals from threetbuds-downs, five yards or more. He played left in the foremost ranks. It last year
Sherman, quarter-back, is the tackle in five games, but was injured maintained its position as the banner CALLAG HI \ N & CO..
only player who played his position in the first Cornell game. society by defeating the Jeffersoni-
through the entire eight. games. Powers is an energetic player," a ans in a series of joint debates.PtEI5R,
Dygert,, Hayes and Van tnwagen fair tackler, but let Iis opponent --"
were the' only 'other players who through too easily. He played left If Heffefinger decides to return 1t4 Monroe St., Chicago.
played in all of the games. Twenty- end in three games, right end in one, to Yale net year, he will be elected
one men have played in at least and left tackle in one. captain of the foot-ball team. 5o S, State St., Ann Arbor.

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