MICHIGAN'S TEAM REAY
FOR SEASONS OPENING
(Continued from Page One)
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* How They'll Start
* Michigan Case *
* Cress . . .. .C......T. Hooper, *.
* Van Wagner ............Roblee *
* Freeman.....R.G...Finklestein *
* Lent ..........R. T......Edwards, *
MAKE UP VARSITY
shows first string calibre are Duke
Dunne ,end; Clash, lineman, formerly,
with the Toledo Scott high school
champions; SteketeQ of Grand Rapids,
a backfield man; and Carter of Pon-
of Toledo Scott, Wilson of
l Rapids, Cysz, a lineman frc
kirk, N. Y., and Hamilton
Pa., who has been doing gc
i the students' army training
.11 be urged to get into ath-
cording to the report of the
e which met at Washington
e upon the fate of football
y restrictions, however, have
,ced upon the game, yet au-
are of the opinion that the
teams will be strengthened
an in any way weakened. The
training is considered fitting
nen for football training.
;ermits all of Coach Yost's
g candidates to remain upon
,d, but there is one handicap
hich the training squad must
Under the provisions under
ie game as an intercollegiate
to be permitted, there is one
nits only one and a half hours
r for the training of the foot-
greement with the war de-
t permits not more than four
luring the month of Novem-
also does away with trips that
e longer than the week end.
wever, has very little effect
e Michigan schedule as the
and Minnesota games will
be played. The Chicago game
ed in that the officials have
;ed that it may be played eith-
in Arbor or Chicago.
onference also brought out the
f the war department to in-
the game as an inter-company
'he- plan has been suggested
gan with Dr. May as the pos-
id. With the permission of the
artment it is probable that the
organizing the teams will be-
rities are of the opinion that
;hod will bring out a number
-who heretofore have been too
to appear on the gridiron to
varsity positions. For this
t was suggested that the final
squads should not be made up
he first of November.
SETS OF PAPERS STILL
[LED FOR AT COURTHOUSE
r L. Eaton, Douglas M. Teal,
'. Jones, John J. Hugan, Laur-
Lausborough, Thomas D.
v, and Lewis M. Cooper have
call for the induction papers
,wait them at the courthouse.
these papers have been turned
e commanding officer and the
duly sworn in, no man is a
of the S. A. T. C. Officials
it the matter be given immedi-
Dunne . ......R.E.....Westgate
Goetz .........L. G.... Schlenker,
Clash . ........L. T....Lourback,
....... . .........Stevenson
Fletcher......L. E. Wolf, Houriet
Carter, Walker. Q. B. McCune, capt.
Perrin.......L. H..Rogers, Hale
Usher . .......F. B. Meissner,
Cohn ........ R. H... .Vanderhoof
Referee-Walter S. Kennedy,
University of Michigan.
Umpire--Paul B. Samson, Iowa
Coach Yost has announced his var-
sity squad, which includes 34 men of
the original tryouts. Of the ."M" men
of last year, five are back, all of whom
are among the bunch. Eight fresh-
men are showing up well and are
among those named.
These are, Steketee, Carter, Dunne,
Cysz, Hamilton, Wilson, Clash, and
Vick. The rest of the warriors are
practically from Coach Mitchell's 1921
team of last fall, alone. Several men
have never before appeared for prac-
The well balanced first year team of
last fall has returned many seasoned
players who have been working well
with the older members of the squad.
The present squad does not neces-
sarily stand and all who desire may
report at Ferry field for practice. If
they make good their names will be
added to the list. It is believed by
authorities that there is a consider-
able wealth of uncovered football ma-
terial in the school, which has not
reported for a try out.
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FORMER END, GOETZ, WILL FILL
the left guard position, starting to-
Yost Visited By
Durkee And Staff,
Captain, Durkee, commandant of the
University of Michigan branch of the
students' army training corps, visited
Coach Yost at Ferry field yesterday
afternoon during the military period
allotted for gridiron training.
Durkee was accompanied by a num-
ber of the officers from his staff. All
expressed their admiration of the
way the "Hurry-up" man handled his
squad. The commandant said that he
was heartily in favor of his men en-
tering the sport.
"I believe that military training is
going to help keep a large number of.
them in training," he told the coach.,
CARDS AND UNIFORMS WILL
ADMIT ARMY AND NAVY MEN
S. A. T. C. men will be admitted to
the Case game this afternoon on pre-
sentation of physical education certifi-
cates. Members of the engineering re-
serve n ust present certificates to the
effect that they are actually members
of the reserve. The army mechanics
will be admitted on uniform without
charge. Navy men will be admitted
under the same conditions as S. A. T.
The possibility of the men march-
ing to the field in battalion formation
was discussed but nothing definite was
decided upon. The R. 0. T. C. men
marched to the more important base-
ball games last spring, and a separate
section was reserved for them. It is
possible that some such arrangement
will be made similar to last year's
plan tomorrow, but no arrangements
have been announced as yet.
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the ball in his hands. The captain of
the technical school bunch will prob-
ably be the shining light of the vis-
Drill in signal work, kicking and a
little talk on the game, was the pr.o-
gram followed by the squad yester-
day. Scrimmage was done away with
as usual, the day before a game.
The Case bunch is expected in the
city this morning. With the weather
report favorable .and plenty of stu-
dent interest being shown in the in-
itial contest, Michigan's war season
of football should prove even more in-
teresting than any past year.
seem to be dead for the period of the!
war at feast, The re-entrance of
Michigan into the Western Confer-
ence put a stop to games with out-
side teams, and the organization of
the S. A. T. C. dealt the finishing
But this final crushing blow has
nevertheless opened the way to a
newer, higher field for the freshmen,
namely, the Varsity. The first-year
men have already taken advantage
of the splendid opportunity which is
theirs. Some of the men whose work
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FROSH ATHLETES ON VARSITY
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No Memorials Erected During War
No memorials will be erected to
soldiers or sailors during the period
'of the war. This is because of, the
shortage of labor and material at the
present time. A permit to construct
such a memorial in Chicago has been
refused by the war industries board
for this reason. It is believed that
.this will also be true in respect to
other communities, which will be forc-
ed to wait until after the war to pay
tribute to their heroes.
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