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SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1919

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGE FIVE

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MAIZE AND BLUE GRIM STAR
MAKES ALL AMERICAN ELEVEN
Frank Steketee, Freshman, Gains
Honor for Self and School by
Ability at Punting
Frank W. Steketee, '22, is Michi-
gan's representative on last fall's All-
American football team. Steketee was
chosen for the position of full-back
on the mythical aggregation of stars
because of his all-around brilliant
playing, and especially his toe work
in the Syracuse game.
Not only is he one of the most sen-
sational punters and field-goal kickers
that ever performed on a Maize and
Blue gridiron machine, but is also able
at carrying the ball. He accounted
for a large number of the points scor-
ed by Michigan last season.
Steketee was recently presented
with a gold football as a personal gift
from Coach Fielding H. Yost. On it
were inscribed the words, "To Frank
W. Steketee, Champion All-American
Fullback."

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