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Manager Hall also did good work: the only adverse criticism we have to offer is in his leaving the team three
successiye vt eeks without a game. This is, however, largely excusable.
It is impossible to close a review of the foot-ball season without paying a tribute to oui coach Ned Wam
vuight Dai tmouth 01. A hard, conscientious worker, perfectly impartial on the field in his treatment of the men
and 't genei al fax 01169 with players and students alike, whatever weakness or failure attended the season is in no
wise attributable to him, and we hail with joy the news that he returns to us next year.
. HALVES YEAR'
NAME. Pos1T1oN. Ass. WEIGHT HEIGHT. PLAYED' hgfggr
ALTMAN. ., UR. E. 22 160 5-08 15 3
BATES .... ..L. H. 25 164 5 10 6 5
BENNER. . . .Center 18 205 5-115 15 1
CHARLES ..... .. ..Half 23 164 6-00 7 3
COWAN. . . ..L. E. 18 165 .J-105 16 5
DELLAR ,. Tackle 26 180 o 11 4 5
I'1UGl11'lS. . . . .Q. B. 22 152 5-065- 16 3
LINILTRT ...., . ML. T. 21 168 6-00 11 2
LLOYD Ct-J. . . . F. B. 23 160 5-11 7 4
M1I',1,ER. . . UR. H. 21 155 5-09 11 4
SHIVELY ..... . .. . .Half 21 167 5 08 2 2
S'1'AUF'FICR. . .R. G. 17 200 6-01 16 1
TVANSICKLE HR. T. 21 175 6-01 16 3
VVORSTELL . .L. G. 24 185 6-015 11 2
Yosr. . .... , . . .Full 22 150 5-09 1 3
NCIBl,E . . . . . . .Guard 25 176 6-01 2 1
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One week later, on October 12, we bearded our old-time friend, the O. M. U. tiger, in his lair at Neil Park,
Columbus. The game, as the one with O. S. U. two weeks previous, was played in a pouring rain and on a heavy
field. The result, 17-O, with the tiger on the 17, must not be taken as a criterion of the respective work of the two
teams, as it is in a large measure attributable to Captain Lloyd's nervy but ill-advised persistence in staying in
the game after being disabled.
Ohio Wesleyan, who was scheduled for the 19th, postponed, and, to continue the run of ill-luck, Wooster can-
celed their game on the 26th. On November 2, we played our Lutheran brethren from Wittenberg on the home
grounds, winning from them in a very pretty game to the tune of 12-2.
A canceling mania seemed to have seized all the teams with whom the manager had arranged games, and
Buchtel was the next to be affected with it. This was one more week without a game, a succession of disappoint-
ments which showed in careless and dead practice, and which, in conjunction with a case of general 'aswell head"
the whole way around, accounts for the very irregular work for the remainder of the season.
November 12, the postponed game with O. W. U. was played off at Delaware. Now the careless practice of the
several weeks preceding made itself felt in weak, lifeless playing in a dead game which Otterbein never had within
hailing distance at any stage. Thirty-five to nothing for Delaware tells its own story. Our Methodist friends
rejoiced mightily over this revenge for their defeat of the season before, but we yet beg leave to remind them
that out of the six times that our foot-ball teams have met, four times the tan and cardinal has iiown triumphant.
Four days later we were treated to a visitation from the pugilistic pig-skin chasers of Athens. The occasion
will long be remembered as being graced by some of the prettiest prize-ring work with which the Otterbein oval has
ever been favored, the players of both teams embracing it as a longed for opportunity to pay off the accumulated
grudges of years. The score, O-O, after two thirty-minute halves, drawn out to three hours and a half by scrap'
ping and taking out time for the injured, is in itself sufficient commentary on the spirit in which every inch of
ground was fought.
November 28, Manager Hall chaperoned a picnic party to Kenyon. The members of the party reported a
pleasant time, one of the most interesting features of the day's pleasures being the courteous and quite-at-your
disposal manner in which Kenyon scored touchdowns for the ediiication of the excursionists. After this experi-
ence, the players began to get alarmed about the outcome of the Thanksgiving game at Dayton with the D. A. C.,
and practiced hard, day and night, endeavoring to get in shape. The result of this practice was seen in Dayton's
defeat at Fairview Park by a score of 12-8.
Considered as a whole, the season cannot be termed a brilliant or unqualified success. Occasionally there were
fine games, and then a heavy slump. Uncertainty was the one strongly marked feature. With the exception of
his injuries, which incapacitated him for playing in several games, Otterbein was fortunate in her captain, and
has had no better for several years.
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