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shape that in that line of play there
was no severe drain on their services.
Street at quarter played a splendid
game. His passing was rapid and ac-
curate, his punting the best Michigan
could put up, and in the open, carrying
back punts and on the double pass he
proved to be a good ground gainer. In
the back field, however, on receiving
pnts he did not play his game. When
McLean received the ball Street made
absolutely no attempt to block off for
At left half McLean was used but
little to carry the ball, but had several
good gains out of the few chanes
given him. His work at interference
was exceptionally good, he always lead.
lag Leilee through a ig opening on
thecrosabucks, a cortesy whch vwaa
not extended in return. In carrying
back bunts he did well, his longest run
of this kind being for 22 yards. Leiblee
at the other half scored the longest run
of the day for 45 yards around the end.
It was a pretty run and his star per-
formance, though he did make several
other good gains. He showed his new-
ness at the game, however, by using
his hands too much. Several times
Michigan was penalized on his account.
In interference he was not up to the
standard, seldom knocking the end over
as he should. On the defensive his
work was quite unsteady, being at
various times good and bad.
At fullback Milo White played a good
game; he bucked well but was very
much off on his punting owing largely
to an attempt on the part of the
coaches to change his form. He did
some good work, carrying the ball back
on the kick-offs, and tackled prettily
when occasion offered. He seemed
more certain of getting the opposing
end out of the play than any of the
other backs, and in fact interfered welli
at all times. Keena for the short time
he played the position bucked the line
for gains of from 5 to 10 yards. He
failed, however, once or twice, to knock
over the end when it was up to him to
The teams lined up as follows:
Juttner, White......le.....Willis, Taylor
France, McDonald.It........... Stewart
Bliss ...............lg........... Haskell
Seigmund ....rg... Mallory
Street ..............q...Shibley, Lyman
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McLean ............lh........ Gerstle....
Leiblee .......... .rh..Lankford, Byrne
White, Keena.......f.......... Coleman
Touchdowns-France, White (2),
Leiblee, Steckl (2), McDonald. Goals
from touchdowns-Snow (3). Time of
halves,-30 minutes. Referee-N. G.
Williams, of Yale. Umpire-F. C.
Knight, of Princeton. Linesmen-Teet-
zei and Bird. Timekeepers-Pell and
Where Then Will Plaq.
While the shaking up of the 'Varsity
during the past week has been produc-
Live of remarkable good, it is probable
that the positions are not yet fixed.
Further changes are highly probable
and may be expected during this week.
Cunningham, of course, is a foregone
conclusion for the middle of the line.
Seigmund seems to have the best hold
on one guard position. France will be
found at the other side of the "Doctor"
if he is not at fullback, which is more
than a possibility. If France goes
back, Larsen and Kramer have about
equal chances for the place at guard,
and both a better chance than Bliss.
If, however, France does play in hre
line, Keena is most likely to play at
full. With France neerest the goal,
the punting would fall either on Snow
Street, one of the halves, or on all of
them. With this arrangement Stekle
and Wilson would lay tackle. Mc-
Donald and Juttner would have nearly
even chances on the left end with odds
ta favor of Me. Whichever of the two
nakes it, the other would be prepared
to play as substitute, end or tackle.
McDonald has played defensive end
on Oberlin and is thus somewhat fa-
rniliar with the position. Street will
almost certainly stay at quarter, be-
cause he is the best general of all the
candidates for the position and is
quicker and surer in passing. Teetzel
will be found at right half, his ankle
permitting, with McLean as his mate
at left half. In case of Teetz's in-
ability to play, Milo White is the most
likely man for his place, with Sweeley
a possibility. If either of these is
played in the position he would prob-
ably have the greater part of the punt-
ing to do. None of these changes are
certain of being made. But there is no
doubt that some further shaking up
will be done. It willi be along this line.
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