VOL. X. ANN ARBOR, MICH., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1899. No. 42.
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EAST VS. WEST
A Third Opportunit for Compari-
son betwee the Old and New
This afternoon Michigan will "go up
against it" in the person or persons of
Pennsylvania's giant team on Franklin
Field. Whether or not "it" will prove
too much for the Wolverines, after
their long journey, to overcome, is a
much mooted question. Whatever the
outcome of the game the "rooters" at
home may and will rest content in the
knowledge that their team will do its
best. The team is composed largely of
veterans but it has recently received a
shaking up and with the new men in
the line up. its possibilities are almost
an unknown quantity. But it is a
Michigan team and as such has the
confidence of the undergraduate body
at Ann Arbor.
The team arrived at Wayne, a sub-
urb of Philadelphia, Thursday evening,
and yesterday went through light sig-
nal practice. At last reports the men
were all in good condition and growing
more confident of the outcome of the
game, as the poor work of Pennsy in
practice was made known. Wednesday
Penn in a practice game with the Y. M.
C. A. team of Philadelphia suffered de-
ny's centre for the All-American last
Street, aged 24, height 5 feet 10 inches,
weight 160 pounds, who played quarter-
back on last year's championship team,
is a graduate of Williams College,
where he obtained his former foot ball
McLean, aged 21, height 5 feet 10
inches, weight 151 pounds, a senior,
literary student, is from Menominee,
Mich. He played half on last year's
team, and captain of the track team.
Teetzel, age 21, height 5 feet 10 inches,
weight 168 pounds, senior law, learned
his preliminary foot ball at Englewood
Iigh School, Chicago. He played end
peer, Mich. He is a member of the
freshman law class, and has played one
year on the team.
Neil W. Snow, aged 21, height 6 feet
1/ inches, weight 170 pounds, comes
from Detroit. He is a sophomore lit.
on the '97 'Varsity. This year he was
transferred to half-back, where he has
been doing excellent work,
Keena, fullback, age 21, height 6 feet,
iseight 165 pounds, a junior in the liter-
ary department, is from Detroit. He
has been a member of the '97 'Varsity.
McDonald, age 25, height 5 feet 91/
inches, weight 165 pounds, a graduate
of Oberlin College, where she played
tackle on the foot ball team.
Larsen, sub guard, age 24, height 5
Eoergbody Come to the Gymnasium
at 1:45 Today-Free Reports.
Free seats, free continuous reports,
the only official reports of the game
coming into Ann Arbor, and a diagram
of the game as it progresses-is what
the Athletic Association-Daily mean
to give the student body today at the
Gymnasium. All this is the outcome
of the recent attempt of parties who
have no connection whatever with the
University to run off an unofficial re-
port of the game at the opera House
and bid for an audience by putting out
advertising which would seem to indi-
cate that the affair was backed up by
the inner circles of athletics. Posters
were placed on the Athletic Association
boards, and names of prominent foot
ball players connected with the man-
agement-all for effect.
Who is manager of the affair, no one
seems to know, and wisely is this name
in the dark, for no one would care to
assume the responsibility for the means
used in his attempt to get an audience.
Although so advertised last night by
other parties no one but the Athletic
Association-Daily will or can receive
Said one of the Athletic Association
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CooMBs (R. E.) WALLACE (R. T.) Teas (R. G.)
2:30 P. M., Nov. 11, 1899
McCRACKEN (F. S.)
KENNEDY (L. H.)
136 195 175 173
OVERFIelAe (C.) HARE (L. G.) SNOVies (L. T.) POTTER (L. E.)
JUTTNER (L. E.) McDONALD (L. T.) SEIGMUND (I.G.) CUNNINGHAM (c.) FRANCE (R. G.) STECKLE (R. T.) SNOW (R. E.)
172 165 191 200 200 170 170
McLEAN (L. 11.)
f.rWHITE (F. B.)
LEIBLEE (F. H.)
Referee, Mr. Corbin, Yale
Umpire, Dr. Brooks, Harvard
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feat. The scrubs also succeeded in feet 81 inches, weight 190 pounds, is a
scoring more points than the 'Varsity senior lit.
did that afternoon. Thursday, however, Sweeley, sub full and half, age 19,
a brace was taken and the scrubs were height 5 feet 11 inches, weight 171
not quite as successful. pounds, is a first year literary student,
This morning Michigan leaves Wayne and hails from Sioux City, Iowa, where
for Philadelphia, where dinner will be he played on the High School team.
taken. The game will be called at"-:30, Burns, age 21, height 5 feet 10 inches
which means 2 o'clock by Ann Arbor weight 155 pounds, -has been playing
local time. Returns should begin to both end and half.
come in shortly after this hour. They Weeks, age 19, height 5 feet 71/, inches
will be received at the Athletic field weight 148 pounds, is a member of th
during the progress of the All-Fresh freshman law class,
game with Alma; which will begin at Hernstein, sub half, age 20, height 5
2 o'clock. The "Daily" megaphone will feet 10 inches, weight 135 pounds, a
be the medium of the announcement freshman from Ohio.
and an endeavor to give even better Wilson, sub tackle, age 25, height 5
service than that on the returns from feet 7%inches, weight 175 pounds, a first
lilinois will be made. 'At the other end year law student, is a graduate of the
of the wire Student Manager L. D. Ypsilanti Normal School, where he ab-
Verdier will have charge and he, tained his preliminary foot ball train-
knowing the Michigan players as he ing.
does, can undoubtedly give most effi- Kramer, guard, is a senior law otu-
cient service for Ann Arborites. dent, from Elgin, Ill., age 23, height 6
Should the weather be stormy the re- feet 2 inches, weight 180 pounds. He
turns will be received at the Gym in- played the Reserves last year.
stead of at the Athletic Field, no am- Seigmund, guard, age 21, height 6
mission being charged. feet, weight 190 pounds, a freshman in
dental class, is from Huntington, Ind.
Captain A. C. Steckle,- age 24, height Durant, age 19, height 5 feet 11 inches,
5 feet 8% inches, weight 170 pounds, of weight 168 pounds, is a sophomore lit.
Freeport, Mich., is a junior medical from Chicago.
student, and has played three years on Shaw, age 20, height 5 feet 9 inches,
the team. o'eight 150 pounds, is a sub quarter.
Hugh White, age 22, height 5 feet 10%
inches,-weight 175 pounds, is from La- 'All the lockers at the Gymnasium
student, and was considered the best
end in the west last year. have been taken and in many cases
W. R. Cunningham, aged 23, height 6 two students are compelled to use one
feet, weight 200 'pounds, comes from locker. About 200 more lockers will be
Grove City, Pa. He was Caspar Whit- put in as soon as possible.
officers last night: "We do not object
to fair and open competition, but we
avant to say that we allow no one to
carry out such a piece of business as
has been attempted by the managers
of the Opera House deal. The parties
are known to us who are backing it and
there may be trouble in store for them
yet for using our boards as they did."
At any rate, everything will be free
today and all students are invited to
come to the Gymnasium at 2 o'clock
sharp to hear reports sent in by the
management. A direct wire to the field
has been obtained. The plays as read
will be accompanied by tracing on a
gridiron chart the movements of the
ball. All this will be furnished abso-
A 6-page Daily will appear a few
minutes after the last telegram is re-
ceived and contain every detail of the
Pig game. This will probably be on
sale about 5 o'clock. A limited number
wilt be printed and should Michigan
win will appear in souvenir form.
Orders may b left at the news stands
From the Team.
(Special to 17. of M. Daily.)
Philadelphia, Nov. 10.-The team re-
mained at the hotel all day and prac-
ticed both forenoon and afternoon. At
first the practice was very slow, but
later the men limbered up and shook
off much of their lethargy.
We will go to the Lafayette hotel in
the morning, and stay there till it is
time to play. The practice was fair
and the players are confident.