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THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DAILY.

THEIR OPINIO
What Prominent Mich
Think of our Chances To
Michigan men seem to be
conservative in the expressi
ions regarding the outcome
row's game but under all t
a feeling of confidence in tb
their ability prevails andt
one connected with the teat
not feel down in his heartt
gan will win.-She must wir
lowing statements have bee
from the coaches and othe
.typical iof the sentiment
among the men:
"Pa" Henninger belives
until after the game has b
before making any stateme
on being urged, he said:"
have a good chance to w
Wisconsin is strenghtened b
appearance and I believe th
up their strongest team of
season. In spite of this I
dent over the result."

NS.
igan Men
amorrotw.
somewhat
ng of opin-
of tomor-
his reserve
he men and
there is no
m who does
that Michi-
n.-The tot-
en obtained
rs and are
prevailing
in waiting
een played
nt but up-
I think we
Yin though
y Larsen's
ey will put
the whole
feel confi-

Captain Steckle when seen in regard
to tomorrow's game had this to say:
"From what I know of Wisconsin I
think our boys can win if they play as
they can play. The presence of France
and Snow strengthens the team won-
derfully. I don't like to predict a vic-
tory but I think we are going to have
a good hard struggle. Wisconsin's
team are fighters to the finish and
Michigan is not going in with any idea
that it is to be an easy thing. O'Dea
is our greatest fear and Comstock and
Larsen are unknown quantities. They
are both good men but have gone into
the game only recently. Larsen can
be depended upon to do good work for
them and I believe Wisconsin will have
her strongest team of the season in the
game."
Keene Fitzpatrick never likes to talk
about the prospects of winning because
there are so many uncertainties in a
game of football and it is much easier
to say we will win than it is to win.
He reports the men all in good shape
hawever and they will give a good ac-
count of themselves.
"Dutch" Ferbert had this to say
about Michigan's prospects in tomor-
row's game: "With France back we
are more confident than previously and
now we have the whole team together
for the first time since the Virginia
game. The men are all in pretty good
shape too. We are not confident be-
cause we do not know Wisconsin's
strength. They are an unknown qian-
tity with respect to Larsen and Com-
stock, I don't like to talk before a
game as there are too many unce=rtain-
ties. Capt. 'O'Dea, of Wisconsin, is
quoted as saying that there are only
four good teams in the country those
of Harvard, Yale, Wisconsin, and Chi-
cago. I would not add to the numr cc
nor take from it but it is possible that
Wisconsin will discover the presence
of a team from this part of the country
and perhaps the four will not remain
as O'Dea has named them.
Prof. A. H. Pattengill, chairman of
the board of control and Michigar's
representative in Friday's conference
at the Chicago Beach Hotel left for
Chicago last evening so as to arrive in
good time for the Alumni Smoker to
be given toninght. Before leaving he
was seen by a Daily representative and
questioned regarding the athletic sit-
uation and Michigan's chances for a
victory tomorrow . He said:
"The outlook at present seems favor-
able for a resumption of athletic rela-
tions between the state universities and
the university of Chicago. President
Harper is quoted in the newspapers as

declaring that the preent situation is
intolerable and must b canged Such
a declaration would hardly be made
unless it was to be fo'owed by some
action. As yet, however, there has
been no direct communication from
Chicago received here. ''ur contentions
is still for equal rights and priviledges
in the determination of the place of the
contest and the division of receipts. If
Chicago be willing to agn e'e' into
active athletic relations wh us we wit
be glad to meet her again.
"In spite of what is said about the
best team always winning nobody can
ever predict with certainty. Wisconsin
appears to be confident of w'ning and
football experts think the teams are
about equally strong. I am confident
that Michigan is fit and will do every-
thing in her power to win. While rec-
ognizing the uncertaintities Mihigan
expects to land the victory. I don't
think we have ever had a finer team.
Some of the individual players are ex-
ceedingly fine and all are good. I
have every confidence in the men and
a great personal liking and interest in
the many that I know."
Director Baird said: "I think our
chances of winning are pretty good.
I can't say much more than this every-
thing has been done to prepare the
team and the men are all in good
shape. Our chances, I believe are bet-
ter than they were at this time last
year against Chicago. We are in to
win and it wouldn't surprise me if we
should win."
Scores o the Two Teams.
We give below a statement of the
scores made by Michigan and Wiscon-
sin in their games this season together
with the scores of their opponents:
Michigan, 11.-Hillsdale, 0.
Michigan 26.-Albion, 0.
Michigan, 17.-Western Reserve, 0.
Michigan, 12.-Notre Dame, 0.
Michigan, 0.-Alumni, 0.
Michigan, 5.-Illinois, 0.
Michigan, 3.-Virginia, 0,
Michigan, 10.-Pennsylvania, 11.
Michigan, 28.-Case, 6.
Michigan, 24.-Kalamazoo, 0.
Michigan's Total, 171.
Opponents' Total, 17.
Wisconsin, 45.-Lake Forest, 0,
Wisconsin, 36.-Beloit, 0.
Wisconsin, 38.-Northwestern, 0.
Wisconsin, 0-Yale, .
Wisconsin, 11.-Rush Medical, 0.
Wisconsin, 17.-Alumni, 5.
Wisconsin, 23.-Illinois, 0.
Wisconsin, 19.-Minnesota, 0.
Wisconsin, 58.-Lawrence, 0.
Wisconsin's Total, 247,
Opponents Total, 11.
Points to Remember.
The official headquarters of Michi-
gan's team will be at the Victoria hotel.
Wisconsin will put up at the Audi-
torium. They arrive in Chicago Thurs-
day morning.
The Alumni Smoker will be held at 6
o'clock this evening at "The Victoria,"
Tickets will be $1.25.
The game will be played at 11 o'clock
at the National League Baseball park,
corner of Lincoln and Polk streets.
To get to the grounds take any car
on the Metropolitan Elevated Railway.
All cross town lines of the surface
cars make connections with the Har-
rison street line which runs directly to
the grounds. There will be no trouble
as all cars to the field will be placarded
to that effect.
The Referee will b Wrightington, of
Harvard
TheUmpire will be Bliss, of Yale.
Potter, of Northwestern has been
chosen the official linesman.
The U. of M. Calendar for 1900 willF
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