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November 29, 1899 - Image 4

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-11-29

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Juneau, at Milwaukee. He is a gradl-
ate of South Division High School, >O\i/
where he played halfback for two yearss.
He entered with the class of t903. /
Arthur Curtis was boss in PotageA
Wis., and prepared at Maits on ils
School, ploayisgight tacklie o h
slelosaled teols of c95I-6,.Hnec. J1
tacktle. whiich purrioniinii -tsli r
hstes ''V 1-logetse, i-efli YUO c
Upper towa IUiversiy s a gaedoite __________ ____ _______ _____
student. Hie acquired iis pegisus tootN
hal experience as guard on '8itam I
that institutioni aid nowplyrih
guard onste cisc lessiiea.si'6
'Tie poesiiitin ese 5pae i ?Sp
A. 'liaiiserlaii , U ut pli
ing his sseondsiear i h oe u i
eicl tessissumD _lisigt1 tigh hu
wi ith its loetisepepa tin
H. I. tChamberlainikhis ohrbIOE
is playinig his Seconid year ass the L id-________________________________
see. toams. lie attenided school at Doe-
lihngton, but acquired iis tot ball
ability at Wisconsi. He and his
brother are amoong )IVise ssino heaiest
line men.
Edwin B. tBlair, let taakle is a
teeshnian. He played iihree yearscosi
the Waukseshsa High ISisoo1 teamii sd
had little difiuty ini imakingithtii I. i
Edoard 13.Cociesis C pling 55s
second year at left oust 11lie trd
froms Sturgeon gray and tailed La isae
she team ins'97. Last teas 1e adiii Li
ughy moastered the at andI deveIoped
intoa star end. A
GeosrgeIW. Wihmuneth, qusastesbaki ss
entered as a pisal gaduatestatdent
feonm the tivsarity ot Illinsosis, hr I L L .
ihe played asstire 'it asnd '9S Isamss
sides playing tonr eastoes ssthe at X
Aurora High School teae.
HoasTotsubstt itteista ieb sidJ Coer. Van~uren St. and Michigan Ave.
ksnown ,aspuicky it light itl1 p1 . r
learns and regnlar 0on thea'985[cairs tis (x[
speed lies non toe himlsthe title "Ativi
ty Tratt."
H. J. Peels is tromrN ewssaI n issislas
H, C., where he was pronsot rha
lacrosse and tsot bal teams.isLie plapyed
substitute hl n 55the 'li6tteamsndson r
a place on the '9t team. He was abaent
during the sensors of '98, but eturned
last spring and is agaissplasyiroleta "
Earl Driver, right halt, so aiteri1
Darlington Il a ho aqiuredI iis 1o01
ball ability at Wisonnin H a ssubas
stitute halt last yeas sd odwsi playo
half arid substitute full andI is aom-
snoy knswnsas ODen' onuccasorn
The following sre the statisticstste
leansr and subtitutes:lii h Class Am erican P a o e
A. A.Chambrlainc. batP lan24I17U5-I
AAbnsrbalio1°.Pla. S 4 0
RoEg rnrrrbe. . l 24'V0oUi Location one of the mrost desirable I
Su tl .. .....NI' 1 6 -
Coelsre ...1..I a 'C 68i 5
12111.....-.e .e _o157 .59iin Chicago.
Wimarth ..... .5. .N.231in51
Ossea. si.. ....b. Lre'00 22 Ito6 5f
Laroses ..... is. Lrw'02 20010 50
Jollae.....Iis. P.SG. 22 165 61
naloro.r .. .b. 1101 2r12 a-
Laore. e. ail 52)6
Scow . e ...... Lw'02 22,0 510O
In making up the list of uesho are
beinrg lakes to Chicago tha cacssIe V
have considered only thosaawha havenu
had a sudden inspiration lisa past wek K
or so have hesn left is the lusachlbThe
list is quite comnplete and includes theN
following named mne: Cunighm,
Barkenbus, Dickey, Frnce, Siegmund,~
Kramer, Wilson, Dlis, H White
Steckle, McDonald, Juttseo, Me'hling,
Weadock, Snow, illIBurssoMHartiii
Brookfield, BDene, Gardser, tr t,
Shaw, McLean, Keenia, StoeeleyIIWeekahd u rtro U f M
iHerrnstein, Sair, ihdsoIa M.
Whie, Durand.
It will be sees Ibst the faithflorihave H a q a t r o 1 o
bees remembered. The orisginrlitn re

up will probably as follows: (noing-
ham, center; France and Siegmund,
quarter; Capt., Steckle and McDonalu,X
tackles; Snow and Gill, ends; Street, V
quarter; McLean and Keesa, halves; f
Richardson, full back.

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