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VoL. II.--No. 23.

UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1891.

PRIOE, THREE CENTS.

MICHIGAN 26; OBERLIN 6. Time was called at 3:32 o'clock
A Game from which the Sluggers of with the ball in Michigan's posses-
Albion and Olivet can Learn sion. Good runs were made by
a Lesson.
sDygert and Van Inwagen, but the
The game on Saturday between ball was dropped four times by Van
Michigan and Oberlin was foot-ball Inwagen and once apiece by Dygert
as it should be played. We do not and Williams and finally Oberlin
mean by this that it was the perfec- secured the ball and by a series of
tion of scientific piaying, of course, short rushes, Grosvenor made a
but we refer more particularly to the touchdown and Regal kicked the
conduct of the players upon the goal. Time, 16 minutes. 6-o. In
field. ;here was none of that which the next 14 minutes two touch-downs
the sensational newspaper is fond of were made by runs of Van Inwagen
calling "slagging." Not a single and )ygert and good blocking by
blow was struck. There was but the line. The first touchdown for
little unnecessary talking in the rush tichigan was made by Van Inwagen
line, and what little was done was around the end. Time, in ominutes.
by Powers and Hayes of Michigan's No goal. 6-4. The second touch-
team, a fault that these players will ldown was made by Sherman, by thej
have to correct. It is always the prettiest play of the day. The ball
inexperienced players that impede was muffed by one of Michigan's
the progress of the game and lessen backs and rolled towards Oberlin's
their own effectiveness as players by goal line. The ball stopped about
incessant "jawing.'' The captains a foot from the line. An Oberlin
are the only ones privileged to talk player stooped to pick it up, when
and discuss with the umpire or refe- Sherman darted beneathhim,secured

Tennis Tournament.
ilting won the tennis champion-j
ship of the University on Saturday,!
by defeating Slocum. He won the
necessary three sets in succession.j
Tihe first set:
Ellin---.---..-.......-.. ....-.0 1 10 1 11 1-6
SRocum-..- --...._...........0i105 0 0 0
In the second set, Slocum made
things more interesting. Score:
muE----_____----------0 11 01 1 01 01-6!
Slocuan---i----- 0 0 1 010 1 0 1 I0-.1I
There was some fine tennis in the
third set. Score:
-Elting.------.. -.-. .-. 1 0 1 0 1 1 00 1 1-6
slocum ------------ 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0-4 I
0:--~-----Ol~~sl .-a
In the second-class singles, Suy-
dam defeated Garnett. The first
set -
Suydam-..-.-....----..-..1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 1-6
Garnett.---..-.------......0 1 0 1 0 1 i 0-3
The second set:
jSurdam-------------------- 1 1 1 1 10 1-6
Garset--------------5505 10i-i
Dodge defeated tLyster by the fol-
lowing scores:
Dodge.--....--...-------. -..11110 11-6
Dyster .-.--..----.-...--....-----.0.0.0.0.1 0 0-1
Second set:
Dodge--.------------......---- 1 1 1 1 1 1-6
Lyster--- - ---.-.0oosoo-0
In the finals of the doubles,Brown

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Too great credit cannot be given
to Oberlin for the very clean and
gentlemanly manner in which they
played the game, and in this respect
uve think we are entitled to say that
Michigan met them half way. The
game proves beyond question that
Michigan's team is not a slugging
one, and that the blame for com-
mencing the unfair tactics in the
Albion and Olivet games- attaches
entirely to Michigan's opponents.
"Slugging" is not foot-ball, as
played by experienced college men,
and the sooner the lesser Michigan
colleges learn this tact, the sooner
they will gain the respect of college
men generally.{

the ball and pushed it over the line.
The play was greeted by tumultuous
cheering. "What's the matter with
Sherman?" sounded all over the
field just as it did later in the game
for Pearson. Time, 3 minutes. No
goal. i--6 in Michigan's favor. A
minute later the first half closed.
In the second half Oberlin failed
to score and Michigan added TS
points, three touchdowns being made
by Pearson in 12, 13 and 5 minutes
respectively. Dygert kicked three
goals from these touch-downs. The
work of Pearson in this half was the
finest foot-ball seen in Ann Arbor
for many years. The last touch-
down was made ten seconds before
time was called.

and Shaw defeated Smith and S o- R. H. FYFE & (.,
cum by superior team work. First
set: II101ROIT, MI.
Brown and Shaw..--..-..-.-.-...1 1 11 1 0 1--
SmithandSlocum..--.-...-..---0.0.0.0101 0-1 F (hap. Speler
Second set:
Brown and Shaw------.n- 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 1-6 University Outfitters,
Smith andSlocum.......-.....1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0-s 20.- SOuTH STATE ST., ANN ARBOR.
Third set:
srownand shaw.-. -1 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 1- Neckwear,
Smrith and Slocum...--..... 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 0 0-4 e e r
For second place in the first class Dress Shirts, Gloves,
singles, Slocum defeated Brown and
will play Stone on Monday. First Un erwear,
set; GENTS' FURNISHINGS, ef St
Slocum -.......-.-- - 110 0 01010111-7
Brown ................. 0 0 1 1 10 1 O l U p 0-5 (p "f1jj J T Tj , '(1( 1'
Second set: l ,J~,J j" lG VtljJ1:J
Slocum-.-..a---...--..1 1 0 1 0 10 1 0 1-6
row ----- - 0 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 0-4 English Mackintoshes,
For second prize in doubles there Athletic and
are Stone and Mckenzie, Smith and I . . . Gymnasium Goods,
Slocum, and Dodge and Suydam are OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
to play. Dodge and Suydam have
drawn thse bye.SAYE TIME AND MONEY
Senior Pharmic Election. 1y Buying your

The teams in Saturday's gamIe IOberlin possesses material for a
lined up as follows: first-class eleven. Thelineissufficient-
oluIET. MICHIGAN. ly weighty and the backs Grosvenor
llerriam _.__..--.r. end --------------Powers
cones-.--..-.-.--..r. tackle -----------..-.Hayes and Regal are good runners and clear-
Jacobs-.----.......etgard-----------Thas headed players. They are built for
Aylard------- entre-------Wickesbol
dplay, bthbeing tosiat
Wise.-.--...--..-.-.l.guard..-----..-Tupper the end pg strong and
Berny-I........-..... tackle-..-.-.--.--.Pearson speedy runners. If the team should
ilart... -... ..lead -......Mefherrans
H -illiaps, S. I-i....q.back---------..-Sherman learn to play with more promptness,
Williams, C.-..---r. h. back.--......y- -Dgert practice the blocking and end run-
Grosvenor (capt.)-l. h. back --w---...Williams . < ,,
Rel ---------i- - . k.aaInwageaptig, make their V more compact,
Thirty minute halves were played. and teach the center how to snap the
H. G-. Prettyman officiated as ref- ball properly, they would make for-
eree, Mr. Sperry of Oberlin as midable antagonists for any team in
umpire, and Ralph Stone as time- 'the West.
keeper. Allsthe decisions were-fair, -
the umpire filling his usually difficult According to Mr. Hussey the Uni-
and thankless position with eminent vesity clock has not varied seven
satisfactioho both captains.. seconds since the 26th of August.

The senior pharmics held a meet-
ing in Room A, Chemical building,
Saturday, and after indulging in sev-
eral warm discussions and listening
to several stirring speeches, succeed-
ed in electing the following officers:
R. Fischer, president; Miss Heard,
vice-president; J. Warner, secretary;
Geo. Jackson, treasurer; T. H.
Robinson, base-ball captain; E.
Parsons, historian; Wm. Scheedy,
poet; MissHeard,.prophet.

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