1889 Michigan Wolverines football team
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|1889 Michigan Wolverines football|
|Head coach||no coach|
|Captain||Edgar W. McPherran|
|Home stadium||Ann Arbor Fairgrounds|
|1889 college football records|
|November 9||Albion||W 33–4|
|November 16||2:30 p.m.||vs. Cornell||L 0–66||2,000|
|November 28||at Chicago University Club||Chicago, IL||L 0–20|
Varsity letter winners
- Howard Abbott, Minneapolis, Minnesota - quarterback
- William D. Ball, Ann Arbor, Michigan - substitute
- Benjamin J. Boutwell, Hillsdale, Michigan - center
- James E. Duffy, Ann Arbor, Michigan - left halfback
- Stephen Clifton Glidden, Glanville, Illinois - right end
- George Malcolm Hull, Ypsilanti, Michigan - left guard
- Edgar Withrow McPherran, Marquette, Michigan - right halfback
- William C. Malley, Chicago, Illinois - right tackle
- Horace Prettyman, Bryan, Ohio - left tackle
- Horace Burton Strait, Jr., Shakopee, Minnesota - left end
- John R. Sutton, Hillsdale, Michigan - substitute at left tackle
- David W. Trainer, Jr., Thurlow, Pennsylvania - right guard
- James Van Inwagen, Chicago, Illinois - fullback
- Archibald Warren Diack
- Frank Burton Graves
- Harry Samuel Haines
- William W. Harless, Chicago, Illinois - rusher
- Metcalfe Bradley Hatch
- Harry Dwight Smith - quarterback
- Clark J. Sutherland, Oxford, Michigan
- Horace T. Van Deventer, Knoxville, Tennessee - substitute
- Coach: no coach
- Captain: Edgar W. McPherran
- Manager: Thomas L. Wilkinson
- "Wolverines Worsted.," The Cornell Daily Sun - 18 November 1889.
- Benjamin J. Boutwell was born in Baraboo, Wisconsin, on September 19, 1861. He was engaged in mining in 1901 at Hillsdale, Michigan. At the time of the 1910 Census, he resided in Alameda County, California, and was identified as a miner in a quartz mine. By 1912, he was practicing law at Livermore, California. At the time of the 1920 Census, he lived in Alamaeda County, California, and was identified as a poultry farmer. As of 1921, he stated in a passport application that he lived in Los Angeles and was employed as a mining engineer. He died at San Bernardino, California, March 24, 1927.
- Stephen Clifton Glidden was born February 6, 1870, in La Grange, Tennessee. In 1901, he was a surgeon practicing at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Danville, Illinois. He died at Danville, February 20, 1917.
- George Malcolm Hull was born in 1865 in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He became a doctor. He died December 30, 1923, at Ypsilanti, Michigan.
- Edgar Withrow MacPherran, born January 27, 1868, in Marquette, Michigan; died July 29, 1947, in St. Louis County, MN. After graduating from Michigan, he practiced law in Michigan Upper Peninsula and in Duluth, Minnesota. He married Alice "Mabel" Wilkinson, October 25, 1899.
- Horace Burton Strait, Jr., was born in Shakopee, Minnesota, in approximately 1870. His father, Horace B. Strait, was a U.S. Congressman from Minnesota. He graduated from Michigan in 1891. He received a B.L. degree from Cornell in 1893. He became a banker and manufacturer in Minneapolis. He died August 3, 1934, in Hennepin County, Minnesota.
- David W. Trainer was born January 16, 1866, in New York, New York. As of 1903, he was the general purchasing agent for the International Nickel Company in New York, New York.
- 1889 Football Team -- Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan Athletics History
- The Chronicle, 1889-1890
- The Michigan Argonaut, 1889-1890
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