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SPRING FOOTBALL END5 NEXT WEEK;
TOURNARMENT TO BE HELD ON FRIDAY

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Unusual Interest Shown bly Players
Through All Four Weeks of
Practice
MUCH VALUABLE MATERIAL
DEVELOPED DUEING SPRING
Next week is the fourth of spring
football practice and will be the last,
for on Friday the tournament will be
held. Much interest has been shown
this year according to Tad Wieman, as-
sistant coach and in charge of the
spring practice. Never before at Mich-
igan has there been as much sustain-
ed interest. In previous years many.
started out but by the end of the sea-
son quite a few had droppedtoff..How-
ever this year the number out remained
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almost steady. There were never less
than 30 and usually the number was
much greater.
Beside the growing interest in foot-
ball and the desire to be of service to
the University which were largely the
reasons for this remarkable showing
an added stimulus was the tournament
which comes off at the end of next
week and is a yea-rly affair. Eaeh
man will be given a rating on the
years work and the showing in this
contest will be a large factor in the
ating, which is based on three factors;
attendance, improvement through the
season, and proficiency in the tourna-
ment._
Divided Into Two Sections
The squad will be divided into two
sections, one for backfield men and
ends and another for linemen. A sil-
ver watch charm football Iwill Abe
awarded to the mni in each section.
who receives! the highest rating. The
method of scoring will be as follows:
Attendance counts 75, improvement 25,
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and 100 points will be given for a per-
fect score in the tournament. Five
points will be taken off .for each ab-
scence from practice. A perfect rec-:
ord would be 200 points.
The linemen will have eleven events
.in the tournament, and for proficiency
in each the candidate will receive a
certain number of points. Tackling at
right angles and head on for form
counts 15. For versatility and form in'
breaking through and the use of the
hands, 15 points will ;be given. Ten
poftits go to the man most versatile
and who has the best form in line
blocking. Form in open field. blocking
counts ten. Kicking off for distance,.
heighth and accuracy, place kicking,
dodging, catching punts, picking up
fumbles and charging five yards for
speed and form will be other events'
on the program and several points
ranging from 5 to 10 will be awarded
in these things..
Award of. Points
The s~oand division composed of
backs and ends will compete in much1
the same things however, events more.
suitable for the backs are incorporated.
Tackling, blocking, falling on the ball,
punting, place and drop kicking, pass-a
ing, and catching punts are part of the
competition. Carrying the ball 100.
yards against time, starting in all di-
rections recovering fumbles, catch-
ing punts, dodging, change ,of pace,
and twirling are also on the program
for the backs. Points are t# be award-
I ed for each of these things and the
highest possible score would be 100.
The tournament will come as a fit-;
ting climax to four weeks of hard;
work and drill in all the fundamentals

of the game. Coach Yost has given
much of his time and several veteran
players have been down giving the'
men pointers on th'e proper way to 4o
things. The first week was spent in
the absolute fundamentals, tackling,
falling on the ball, blocking and the
like. No'strenuous work was given
until the second week when the can-
didates were in a little better condition.
Scrimmage was started then and al-+
most daily there was a short game iii
which the m.en were able to use the
principles being drilled into them..
Good Material Discovered
It is the opinion of Coach Wieman
that several men were uncovered who
will be valuable to the team next fall.
The largest gap to fill will be in the
center of the line where Ernie Vick,
All-American center, Duke Dunn, and
Gob Wilson played. These men were
all players who rank high in Confer-
ence circles and were feared by op-
ponents. Coach Yost's hardest ta.sk
next fall will be to find men to take
these places. Special attention has:
been given candidates for guard and:
center and there are several men whoI
look good for these positions. Slaught-,
er, Blahnick, Spencer, Allen, Chamber-
lain, Vgn der Voort, Steele and.Rosette
deserve mention for the manner in
which they have played this spring
and from these and Swan, Petro' and a
few others the center and two guards
will in all probability be chosen.
There are several other men who
showed up well in the backfield. Hier-
holzer, Miller, and Kiefer who al-
though will not deplace Kipke, Roby,
and Cappon next fall stil have a
chance to get on the squad. Gunther

who is a demon line plunger is
ing up even better than he di
fall and will undoubtedly get a c
to show his ability in a big gam
fall. At end there is another I
brother of the famous "Duke,"
out and he has been working h
season.
fIits Of Spoari
Rtunniing in the face of a win
driving rain, Larry Brown, capt
the University of Pennsylvania
team, today came within one-fifi
second of equaling the world's
for the 600 yard run, which is 1:
made by Sheppard at New' Yc
1910.
Babe Ruth is rapidly, reco
from an operation he underwer
Wednesday. His tonsils were c
him considerable trouble and he
mined to be in ship-shape con
to, set'out after Ken Williams a
as Landis lifts his suspension o
20.
A committee of eight will be ap
e'd by I, B. Sanborn, veteran
ball writer, to select the Am
league baseball player who pro
be of the greatest all around ya
his team this season. An awar
nature. of which has not bee
nounced yet, will be made to the
er chosen.

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