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VOL. X. ANN ARBOR, MICH., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER29, 1899. No. 57.

TO WIN
Michigan Team and Rooters
Leave Today for Chicago.
DEFEATED IN '93 MICHIGAN EX-
PECTS TO WIN FROM WIS-
CONSIN TOMORROW.
The First Football Game Between
These Universties in 5 Years.
Wisconsin Won, 34 to 18.

'99 'VARSITY SQUAD.
STREET M'DONALD GILL SWEELEY BARCABUS H. WHITE KRAMER HERNSTEIN
CUNNINGHAM FITZGERALD MECHLING BROOKFIELD BAIN M. L. WHITE WILSON DICKEY

For the second time in their history
are Wisconsin and Michigan to meet
on the gridiron. Tomorrow in the pr5s-
ence of a record-breaking crowd their
respective teams will do battle in Chi- m
cago, the soamping ground of Stagg
and his protegees, for fihst honors
among Western colleges. Michigan's
team leaves this morning with a body
guard of some eight hundred rooters,
and the hand. The vocal powes of the
former and the musical ability of the
latter will have frequent causes to ex- -
press themselves during this the great-
Pt ganse of the seasonin the middle ELL: MARTIN SAYAD BROWN TE'eZEL CAPTAIN STECKL .DURA
west. That Michigan is in to win and TURNER BURNS YOUNT I MOUR
will win is not doubted by a single sup-__
porter whose loyalty and enthusiasm it was the game in which "Jimmie" branches of athletic sports in which we
carries him today with the team. NorI
Baird made his debut as field captain. have engaged to cause ruptures and
are those who must perforce renraln
behind any less sanguine of the suc- The team was confessedly badly crip- dissentions which kept our interests at
cess of their heroes. pled and it was with graye misgivings a variance until last winter when a
It was in the season of '93 that Wis- that Baird was chosen to call the sig- common cause united Illinois with as
consin's team made Ann Arbor a visit nals in the absence of Capt. Dygert. in upholding pure athletics and fair
and left the night of November fourth, He covered himself with glory, how- business dealings in matters athletic. It
with the various scalps of our cham- ever, as did Ferbert. also, who was a is regretable that circumstances should
pions dangling from their belts. This "new man at half and played a star have so conspired to cause the boycott-
was in the days when offensive play game from first to last" as the old ac- ing of any one university but that the
was stronger than was the defensive count puts it. action has done much good for theI
and the score stood 34 to 18, with the Since this first game circumstances strength of our athletic policy is doubt-
Badgers 34. The game had more than have intervened to cause Wisconsin ed by no one who is conversant with
one distinctive feature. It was our first and Michigan to remain strangers as the true situation and greater good
and, up to the present time, only game far as the gridiron was concerned. The is still to result from this meeting ath-
of football with the Madison team. best of relations existed after our one letically on neutral ground of sister
But, just as important or even more so, defeat but it fell to the lot of the other institutions ,so long strangers.

iNT LARSEN FRANCIS IihENA
SHAW WEEKS J

This game excites more than ordi-
nary interest. Not only is it of unusual
importance to the supporters of both
teams because of the long breach ex-
isting between these colleges, and the
keen rivalry between the two leading
state universities of the west. But the
general public as well and football ex-
perts especially will watch the out-
come of this game with great interest.
For the match practically decides the
championship of the West. Neither
team has been defeated in the west and
both have played leading eastern teams
to a standstill on eastern grounds. It
will he a battle royal. Both teams are
in splendid condition and will play to
win. The spectators may look for
spectacular runs and line-bucking and
punting galore. For Pat O'Dea has
Herschberger's record to beat.

WISCONSIN'S FOOTBALL SQUAD, '99.
HYMAN SKOw viGH JOLIFFE FROMACFI KING LERU RODGERS BLAIR JUNRAU YEGER CREGO

A. JOLIFFE A. fHAMBRRLAIN ROY CHAM5RRPLAIN HIAILfGN PATTERRSON 0'DLA fURTlO WILMAETRI TRAIT
CONLIN DRYVRR ALEXANDER ANYODRA COCHEII5 COMSTOC K PF:E
GIILKEY SPENCER

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