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UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1890.
PRCE 3 CENTS.
OUR ELEVEN. Traiiiie, I. g., played last Year.
Ills chief fault is that e i+t.,
A Review of the Players.
I pugh acious and is apt to be riiled
Candidates for the eleven are ioff in 2Igame.
fery slowly getting into shape. Malley (capt.), r. t., tle oldest
Tire trouble withiiost of themen player on the team and the only-
is that they are new players and man in college who really under-
have yet to learn the game. stands tha eastern tactics, plays
"ractice has been limited to an liis position and bothers his man
hour each afternoon without a well, but is apt to tackle high.
Coach oaAs captain claims everything, but
to ph a scrubteam doesn't yet get all the work out of
against, consequently the his men that they should be cap-
Syers have had but lirtle practice
Os their reTh able of. Pearson, 1. t., never
rash lireglar positions.,the played before but has the making
ine as a whole is slow to re- of a fine player, tackles low and
0nt aials, weak in break- hard and breaks throughi well.
tg through and tackling, and of.astyer's te is
nearI Irettyman, of last year's team , is
nearly always fails to properly .e ttae,
erotect the backs when runni expected to play tackle if e can
With bl A he made to come out. Without
ie rslls As the team has
beenplaying, the backs have most more practice than lie has had it
of the tackling to do, and they do will be a mistake to play him in
t well0the Corneil game.
. Their great weakness is
inlodging a kicked ball, to make McKeon, r. e., played at Notre
a fair catch or put in return. Dame last year, does not follow
The following review of each the ball and is not at all sure on
lrSn's play is published not in a the tackle.
Pirit of harsh criticism but in an R.Sherman, 1. e., is quick, gets
e1deavor to aid in perfecting the through well, but as a rule tackles
geoeral work of the team. Chad- too high.
broe, centre, played at Exeter, Other good men who may be
quite heavy and too slow in lin- wanted on the rush line are Mc-
og 0P- The fact that no other Morran, Gliddon, Beard, Miller
od man has been trying for his and Thompson. olden, quarter,
POsition has made hien lazy and of last year's Amherst team, plays
efreless, but when worked up lie a good game, passes well but don't
Pa a good game. Sutherland, make good use of his chances
is a big, strong snan, who when the other side has the ball.
P ayed a little last year, owing to Wisner is a good little player'
Oricting hours does not get and may perhaps be taken as a
l retie enough to learn signals change quarter or half-back. Jew-
. teai play. S. Sherman, played ett, half-back, a vsry swift, strong
i guard in the Purdue game, runner, and good goal kicker,
rWther liht, but holds his man drops and fumbles the ball a great
is weak in getting through deal and is too fond of brilliant
eu his opponents have the ball, individualistic plays rather than
aay displace Sutherland unless he team plays.
he Practice more steadily with Grosh, a new man at half-back,
plays a good game but is not sure
of finding the hole in the line
when sent at the centre and is
very weak in judging punts.
Duffiy, an old player with a fine
record, at half.back and back, on
which lie is resting at present, is
a swift runner and strong kicker
now sadly out of practice. lie
should be out every day from
now on if lie expects to play
against Cornell. Dygert, full-
back, only fair on the punt and
at tackiling, and very weak in
catching a kicked ball, should
play further back when op-
ponents have the ball.'
On the whole there is good
riaterial in the eleven and a week
of hard practice will correct many
of these weak points.
Class Foot-Ball.
'12 Law met the strong '94 Lit
team yesterday afternoon and ac-
quitted themselves very credita-
bly. They showed a vast improve-
ment over their first game. The
score was 12 to 0 for the Lits.
For some unaccountable reason
the 'Varsity team wished to prac-
tice on the marked-out field, and
the class teams were compelled to
play on the lower campus, where
the indefiniteness of the lines
made disputes frequent. This is
not calculated to advance the
cause of foot-ball here, for it is
discouraging to new players and
causes an ill feeling that is not
desirable. The Rugby Associa-
tion has offered a handsome ban-
ner for the champion team, and
the classes should be allowed to
play their matches without inter-
ference. The way the crowd of
onlookers encroach upon the field,
as it did yesterday, makes a touch-
down, under the circumstances,
anything but creditable to the
winning team.
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