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October 13, 1899 - Image 1

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U. of M. Daily, 1899-10-13

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Fine Fall and Winter
Suitings, Golf Sumts,
Fancy Vestings.
We Carry the Largest
In the City.


Western Reseres Lne up Aqainst
the 'Varsiti thin Afternoon.
The warm weather has taken the life
out of the men to some extent and the
practice 2yesterday was less spirited
than at any previous time during the
year. The ball was in the 'varsity's
territory most of the time but neither
side succeeded in scoring during the
short time given to the practice. Taking
it all in all the work of the college team
was better than that of the 'varsity.
For the farmer "Windy" Weadock
starred it at tackle, breaking through
the line for good gains several times.
On the other side of the ball the work
was fair with the exception of the fum-
bling. It was not u-> to the standard
set earlier in the -work, however. The
'varsity lined ut as follows: Gill and
White, ends; Wilson and Steckle,
tackles; Barkabus and Seigmund,
guards; Dickie, center; Gardner, quar-
ter; McLean, Seweeley and Hernstein,
half-backs; Keena, full.
The game today promises to be a hard
one, for Western Reserve counts the
game with Michigan the one game of
the year and bends her efforts toward
making the best possible showing.
Their men have been at work some time

Michigans' Squad.
For a week past the practice has been
quite varied and has done much to-
ward giving the coaches a better idea
of what the men can do. The first two
or three days the practice was hard,
the hardest of the year in fact, but the
warm weather that has since set in
has necesitated much lighter work. Of
the new men who have a.e)eared Gill
has made a strong bid for end position
and the probability is that White will
be moved back to -his former position at
tackle. Gill is a hard worker and
knows the game much better than the
average new man. His wind is bad but
it must be remembered that this is his
first week in the game this season and
he has hardly had time to get into con-
dlition. Snow is rapidly approaching
his old time form at the other end.
With White moved to his old position
Michigan will have an exceptionally
strong trio of tackles. He weighs a
little more than he did last year antal n
it spleandid conadition. Wilson is a1-
says in condition and is light on his
feet. However he is lighter than White.
Capt. Steckle has not succeeded in get-
ting into condition yet and the hard
work keeps his weight d-own so that he
is the lightest of the three men men-
tiond. Juttner is also playing a good
game at his place in the line but he has
iard men to compete against for non-

Wh I L
We make a specialty of
Chocolates as a side line.
We sell lots of them and
our stock is always fresh.
Lowney's,Allegretti's and
Kuhn's always instock.
Wilder's Pharmacy
THE OLD n'eals weba te
THOL ecentletyinigin atocknfor lien i
boys. and aow arete nwith
Commencing Monday, Oct. 16.
In a reperireno Oeras, IIigh ClasslVaudevilles
and Living Pictures.
Popular Prices, 10, 20 and 30 cts.. -
Matinees every day after Monday .
1.0nSeats at 1;;c, afew at 20c.
Jerseys and
Sweaters at


longer than the mmbers of the home sen.
team have and will be able to give the r dl
'vasit soethng f ahar ru. arkabus and Seegmund have been
'varsity somnething of a hard rub, playing the 'varsity guards in good
The lte-up la s bee given out ans:el- shape but the former is a trifle too
Ihgnessheavy for activity while Seigmund is
aa.higs... . tern esrve not as heavy as he might be. They are
WiOten... le ... Hook both doing remarkably well for new
iloanr.............t.-''.. eatnry men though. Dicki as doing good work
Dickey.u... .... .Mt'eay at lb' center of the line but will have
Demn..........rg............Gusty 'to hard to reach the Michigan
Secmund.........r........ L fulitter standtard. Cunningham was out in uni-
Stn ate,cat. re.... Laubeas f rm .esterday for the first time. He
Fotgi... . .... . . el did not get into the lineup though -nd
F gerald.......... e.......' Do l uiatwork early. He is quite a bit
Heen .............l.... Striinger.lighten than hewsa t
Mcen t1 -.--r.....--Hlylgte hnh a atyear.
Hetnstein ......... rh. ... .. .Haldy At quarter back Gardner is doing the
Keena ............f............ Nedln best defensive work of any of the -an-
-didatcs but his assing is inaccurate
The Pedagogical SocietJ. and at times quite ragged. Fitzgerali
The Pedagogical society announces is a batter man in the back field ad
the date of its opening session as Oct. in passng the ball but tee can not touch
16, which is next Monday. The meet- the other man in regular quarterback
ing will be held in the lecture room of defense. Street has appearad also this
Tappan Hall at 7:30 p. i., Prof. Hins- week but has not been in any of the
dale delivering the opening address. line-ups. Mohr is playing a splendid
The society was organized somewhat game for the college team and will give
less than a year ago, for the purpose any of them a hard run for the posi-
of affording to the large number of tion.
students preparing for the profession For the half back position there is a
of teaching an opportunity to meet wealth of good material. McLean is
and exchange ideas, and to establish rounding into his old time form and is
a medium whereby members of the perhaps the best dodger in the squad.
faculty may communicate the results Teetzel has been doing excellent work
of their experience and study of the but just at present is laid up with his
art of teaching to those interested. The ankle that has bothered him so much in
enterprise was well supported from the the past. He will be in the game again
start, and over a hundred members in a few days. Seweeley and Hermstein
were enrolled last year. Profs. Hins- are both proving to be fast men behind
dale, Scott, Drake and Hempl ad- the line and in carrying the ball. The
dressed the society; besides, several latter has the happy faculty of being
very profitable sessions were conducted able to do as the coaches tell him to do.
by the members. Keena is practically the only good pun-
The following faculty numbers have ter of the lot. He hits the line hard too.
already been arranged for the coming The season is so short at Michigan
year, and will thus be added: Opening that the middle of October has arrived'
address, Prof. Hinsdale; chemistry in before the preliminary sifting out pro-
the secondary schools, Prof. Freer; cess can be said to be completed. For
Teaching Pronunciation, Prof. Hemp]; every man mentioned above as having
History in Secondary Schools, Prof. been played on the 'varsity there is an-
Dow; School Hygiene, Dr. Mosher: other man on the college team who is
The Public Library and the School, almost if not quite, as good. In fact,
Mr. Severance of the University Li- Michigan, for the time she has been
brary. On each of these occasions full playing, has a rather good stuad of
opportunity will be given members for football men in the daily practice. 1
osking questions. The discussions
throughout will on topics eminently The game this afternoon will be onei
practical and important. of of the best on the home grounds.I
All teachers, and those preparing to western Reserve always has had one
teach, are eligible to membership. The o the best teams among Ohio colleges,
membership fee is twenty-five cents; having won the championship of the
these fees are used in defraying the ex- state a number of times. They come
penses of the society and increasing its prepared to give the 'varsity more than
efficiency. a practice game and feel confident of
scoring nt least once. This will be at
The homeopathic faculty will give a good g;ate to see the marked improve- a
"smoker" to the students of their le- ment in the playing of the 'varsity, a
partment tonight at 8 p. m. in the --ich has taken place during the past
Thompson block. rvtek. c

No. 18..
S3nior Lit-Eng. Election.
The senior literary claos met yester-
day afternoon and held its annual elec-
tion. There was a full attendance of
the class but very little interest was
manifested and there was no fight over
any of the important offices. The slate
as nominated beforehand went through
E. S. Corwin of Plymouth was unani-
moousiy elected president.
The other officers who were elected
Vice-president-Miss Mabel Palmer, -
Duluth, Minn.
Treasurer-Fred S. Colburn, Psi U-
silon, Detroit.
Secretary-Harry tn-. Sedgwick, en-
gineer, Zeta Psi, Chicago.
Orator-Frank D. Eaman, Detroit.
Prophetess-Miss Florence MHugt -
Galena, Ill.
Historian-Miss Marian C. Kanousc,
Alpha Phi, Mlanistee.
Poet-Thomas M. Marshall, Ann Ar-
Football manager-J. Walter Wood,
engineer, Theta Delta Chi, Niles.
Baseball manager-Paul A. Drtz,
engineer, Auskegn.
Track manager-E. Warner Case,
The other candidates who ran were:
Miss Hope Barr, vice-president; Frank
Diehl, treasurer; Miss Marian Kan-
nuse, prophetess; Misses Morton, Car-
penter, Clark, historian; Harry Wester-
dale, Garrison Smalley, poet.
It was decided to havetwo five-min-
me speeches at the class day exercises
One sneech about the faculty and one
about the class. The Michganeesian
this yearg sill contain the individua?
pictnmes of each member of the senior
classes. These pictures will be paid
for out of the class tax. This feature
will add considerable to the attractive-
ness of the magazine.
Protocol Boobs.
Dr. Warthin's practical book for the
use of the Junior and senior medica-
students has been placed on sale. The
protteol isso arrnged that a record of
ten autopses may be kept in one book
It can he readily seen that this book
has supplied a long needed want among
the medical students and is highly ap-
psreiatedbPthet. It every autons-
a crttan roamtine is followed and flint
fact has been taken into consideration
in the preparation of the protocot
Spaces are arranged for both the gross
tend microscopical examinations and
diagnosis.Not only has it been prepared
for the stud of the diseased and
pathological organs, but it is so ar-
ranged that a study must be made of
the normal organs and tissues as well
It being thought that Ihe nomal p-
bearaaac scanhonessentil as the ptho-
logical. It can be seen that it will be
a valuable book for the student after.
Chance for Too Directors..
It perhaps would not be amiss now to
rall attention to the fact that the con-
stitution of the Athletic association pro-
vides that the homeopathic and phar-
macy departments are each entitled to
a epresentative on the Athletic Board
of Directors as soon as they have ten
members of the association,
It seems strange that this being the
case there have not been more men
from those departments to join the as-
sociation. However a mere mention of
the condition of affairs should cause an
increased activity on the part of the-
homeops and pharmas to secure the
required ten members and,in repre-
Hadden Will Coach.
Hadden, who played tackle on the
varsity football team in '94 will cap-
tain the Alumni team in next Satur-
day's game. Mr. Hadden will spend
next week in Ann Arbor coaching the-
Varsity, paying special attention to the
coaching of the tackles.

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