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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-11

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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN 1-DAILY.
'99 'VARSITY SQUAD.
ls CT. M'DONALD. (GIlL..WCEL IvY. CBARCABUS. H. WH ITE . KRAMER. IERNSLOIN. NI'LLAN.
CUNNINGHAM. FITZGERALID. MECHOJING. BOOUKIELD I. BAIN. MI. L. WHI TE. WILSON. DICKEY. S[l,,(, ND.,

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Tihe Christian.
In the hook at "The Christian" Mr.
Caine had a set and defimite purpose.
In the play he has a motive or a moral.
In the piay, as he himself says, he took
the "two principal charatters 1n the
11Cvel, as well as tisa motioe of their
relatioln to each other, and made an
inldependent diansa atf1nUw'incidents
aind treoh Corrounmdingo-just ao he
might 1101e taken too characters Ut' 1101
history an~d conotrocted lahoutthiemlla
plaly which could othcerwioseisave no1
COO Illo historicl 1trolls." 'Thiois Ihe
distinction th1t Ali-.(Calie pers'onally
,iiakes Petteen the 1bo01kland Ike play.
Wh11t11s10he1.otaltof lt"e play? To
1110111 oeUand Joit S. Storm, thc 1t1o
11111 cii',itateitii of i t1he Clalie
011111 1011r Ci'11 Pitorthlit, rtypeso
tt Ike latterihal of theUniniieteeinth
ight the balt toifetin pofesliena
.trr thesincr C oungthergymaools il
the11Mou11.1BattheIoc oial eaintiret;_
.101 tproblemsltw0111c1 souirouod the
;;Le~s f tesechactero intt 1he110101
are not welt 1po 1il t'ep1ay. which
is irnflya rmanic story i o ov. 'Ahe
explaine 1111yth 10.otto1choeltfor 11
C byl t 11111 1au otho, sfom010hIe 0011
I t f ,o'ctilon11isow0n11draOCICO of
Mary 1 o 'lagakl10.1at e idoorttt Simson
'hr eP10a11see.In the dawtCing,. dary
I 10 1 .0t fetol1proceoion and io teen
1te1111gk a1wre1th lof roossUromtothe hair
cstpsofithle house tilth'rein she sees the
I FactIo Chri. H'er lovrrisfollowting
her nd s tringto Scott her Pack.
.sexlatin110,"ltht C ~tIe soulkj beto n
othe parllel wCiItthe'Il'sujett's. i
Fiday'ioNov.1.
STe lul ll ill.. are Ike ocores of lthe
Pe111sotov1111 trai toI.(lte
L-.itf P. 44,Firanklint 0111 Marsihall 10.
I .itf P. 47,'.iicktiolli0.
Cairlistlek1I..iofP. i
1'.iofl. i, . V.oitt!iit C.
Laaete6 Ct".o . I.
U.ttfI1.,,Chlicago 5.
Hartard lei, 1'. iif IP. C.
Total os'ore it U. it P. 151: totall 0'ior'
Dr. Jamesoositalniano.'1101, ias keen
chose aueii10110phsikcian1111o10take Ike
plcoftDi'. ._.L. Switoni, S9ot, ohio
reigne 01ito accppPtt 0 locaion a lt COi-

111..MAR~TIiN. SAVADI. 11111000. )i:I PXll. 1.1 .'AI oTiElEi. 111R0NT. lAIt PP. 1RANCE. 011"NA.

Statistics of the Pennsylvia-
nia Team.
Thoimas 'irlitn Ha ~tre, 'i0l,'ciptainl
101111ert guarh, is 21Cool's old, C ft. 20i
i. 1 iin it011tOa wighs195. 1.111' Ic
This isis10thi ird earon tilhoe 'Vars,'ity
foot hail 10011. lie 11as0a1 me1111riofi1.
tie '511'5'Cl'99 lrckTetams, 11101 1111
points inthoe Intei'collegiate 111eet1s il
those yearos0as0 a ohammoer throotetr.
JoiahsC.AMetrackent'1,1 nut hlf~1-
wit'll i 1 p~tound.1Tiss hstitd
yea~r lilthoe 'V.a1011yfoot Pill itisi. Ilief
fist plate tCprPeiparotory
Schoitol. Doeota cpan fte''i ritk
'loam. He toosIntercolegiaerchin-lii
pioin in puttingC the shot and in tile
khimmne r ltrotw forthoc yearo to8 and e
'99, and halsthe Iterollegiatelec''r 1
ois for Iloese evenits-PutinCgIki' liot,
41. tt. 581in.;throiotng teham1111er, 149
ft. Tin. Ide held liiieitw0rlo' ritoridfors
the hammoer throiw in skI8, t52lfto. ini.
Peter D. Overfield, '0l, centire, 10sO23
years old, 6 ft. loll and wisgehs i8l
pounis. This ioslis fiiuitho year oil the
tram. He firstl played at t1110ansi~ooeld
State Niiiisal Sch~ool. HDro10ed ionlithllt
second rrew i'n 1111.
J. Buttn Siioo el', 1left,'takleis
2 year's old, A ft. 111n. in hoig'lt iud
toeighs lid75potnds. lie 11110aisubsti-1
Dte o hoe '980 '\'oiy. Ilie 61 s1
pl10yed at the Mlansf1 id Stale Nolrmll
School. Ide 0is captallittofte 'ftalsipy
crewc. He roociti No. 4 in1 '97 and11'1.
C'. Edgar Walloce, i.. 'It.,i-Citi
tackle, is 21learsold11, I6 Ci. tllandtt
wIeighs 19'. oun's. Ilie ii Cl played za
P'eddie Institute. Ile'oras oIte . '-
onid 1e0m11111'9o.
D. Ziinierinan, 'ill, substitute t1acklei.
is 22 veas'sold, A ft. 7 10 in. ii1 eiht
anodoeighs 1911 poundsl. Ile firot played
at Phillipto Exeter Academyi. He toils
110 the second teamo last year.
W.IR. Ditoell, 'C2, substitute ind, 1is
211 yeairs old, C t. 2 io. io height,. 111d
oteigss1i6Cpounds. This isisPloilst 5'e'ar
on the 100a1. ide owas a member' itt'98
'Varsity ciewt.
F. Slilsie, Jr., 'Ci0, substitute tod, 11;
111 years old, 5 ft. IC is. is height, atid
wceighs 113 outnds. DHe000a0 assue
lost year He io a ineimber of the Waler
Polls team.t
John P. Dardlnei','Cl, quarterback a~nd
half-hark, is 22 years old, 1 ft. C0 is.
high and weighs l65 pounds. This is
his second year on the team,.lie is a
member of the Gymnastic Team. He
was strske of tke 'Vaisity Creow in '598
and '9l9,

John 11. t)tttland, '00, left half-back ':; years ol(. 5 1't. ;-) in. in height, mirl
and quarter-bxtel, is 24 years old..} ft. ti Agl s 114 pounds. IN first played tit
1() ? xi11. in height, and \VOighs lti: Sttstluehatrna ACLUI.rrny. 't'his is his
bounds. lie \\-,is captain in '9,N. This urst year on the 'Varsity.
is his third 3var on the t nin. He Hirst _ ibert It. Kennedy, '01, lift half-
played foot hull at (WHALe _acvademy. bark, is "° years old, 5 ft. 10 in. in
fie Was (Aptain or thp socoond twun in height, and weighs 164 pounds. He
INK \ vas cabtajii of the second team last
year.
Walter J. Coombs, '00, right encl, is
21 rears old, 6 ft, tall and weighs 1S2 H. JJ. Ilodge, '01, substitute end, is
bounds. This is his second year on the, 21 years old, ti ft. I in. in height, :tnd
tears. Ile first played tit tit Central "eighs lit Ivound& lire was on the sec-
High NOW , where he captained the and teani in 17 and 18.
foot ball, base bill[, basket 1><tll te= t!rrs. J. 1o'. _AN-closkey-, substitute Centre, is
lie plays left MA (m t INK 22 y ears old, 6 it, tall and \veighs IS :l
hall 'Peam and has playni two) In"m bounds. fie alts it substitute last year.
ort the basket ball team. J. F. DeSilver, '01, sub guard, is 1;
J. lax l-tuegenberg, 1'. A substitute years Ad, 6 ft. in. Ni height, and
end and half-hark, is ?2 ycqtrs old, 5 ft. N\'efghs 166 pounds. He "its 'Varsity
11 in. in height, vmd weighs 174 lcrunds, substitute in 1 and '98.
He was it substitute on the '97 and TS Leon A :Smith, '01 half-bark, is 1b
'17mvity. lie was stroke on the Tar- years old, ft. 9 in. in height, and
sity erew of '9i, "gghs 1:6 pounds. This is his first
F. E. Woodiey, '01, quarter-back, is i ynrar on the team.

'99 ALUMNI TEAM
BAKER5 IiENNill I 150 trxNAN "MAG" 011100 FARNHIAMIFRANCE CAnsR "DUDE"l iDENBlY
rA.ot rirl LO~COODiI"IA" HEIiONGiE''"DUTCH." FRBRu~oT' PRICilLiOOoINGSIiN
'IsNGREE DUrity IHADDEIN "CHUCK" lNWIDMAN IICPCHINSCN

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