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EET ON FRIDAY
of the soccer team will
r evening to elect perma-
s for the ensuing year. All
flast year's Varsity and
rested are urged to at-
y effort is being made to
nes with outside teams on
:ys the football teaml~ plays
home. Capt. G.,E. Dyason
awed the officiais of the
ses and the Flint soccer
reports that both of these
very enthusiastic about
Michigan in the future. At
present these teams are the leaders
in the Michigan State league. The
Detroit Roses have not lost a game so
far and has been the only team able
to defeat Flint.
'. Attendance at the last meeting was
unsatisfactory, only five members of
last year's team being present. The
team has received the hearty support
of Dr. Sundwall and indications
point towards a banner year in soc-
er., Every person interested in soc-
cer is requested to attend the meeting
Friday. The meeting will be held at
7:30 o'clock in the Union.
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ROBY AND UTERITZ TAKE PLACES
IN BACKFIELD; LINEMEN
Michigan came out of the M. A. C.
game a weaker team through the loss
of Ted Banks and Eddie Usher. The
injuries which these men sustained
are of such a nature as to keep them
out of the game with Ohio State and
possibly against Illinois. Both Banks
and Usher suffered torn ligaments in
the knee, and Banks has also a split
Difficult Task Ahead
Yost is now confronted with the dif.
ficult task of nursing his other crip.
ples into a well rounded team that
will be able to stop Ohio with its pow-
erful offense. The Varsity coach re-
turned to Ann Arbor with nothing
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but praise for Wilce's team. The score
of the game with Minnesota, who had
been doped to win by two touchdowns,
is indication enough of Ohio's strength.
Added to this the loss of Banks and
isher and the seriousness of the job
which is ahead of the coaches becomes
Ohio so startled her fondest support-
ers with the game which she played
against the Gophers, that Columbus
is afire with enthusiasm and again
hints at a Conference championship.
The Scarlet and Grey so conclusively
demonstrated that the defeat at the
hands of Oberlin the week before was
a fluke or the wildest kind of horse
play on the part of the Ohio team,
that littlQ doubt is left in the minds of
all who saw last Saturday's game that
Ohio really has another powerful
Michigan Strong on Defense
Michigan's substitutes played a good
game against M. A. C. Saturday, but
were not at all finished to the degree
which will be necessary .when Ohio
comes. Defensively they were bril-
liant. The Aggies were able to get no-
where on straight football. The Yost
line smothered all attempts of the
opponents to plow through. What it
will be able to do against a team with
a varied and tricky attack is problem-
atical. Ohio is such a team. It has
plays of all sorts and descriptions.
One may be certain that Yost kept his
eyes open for all these little things
and will build up a defense to meet
Michigan's line knows football and
plays as much with that part of the
anatomy to the north of the neck as
any team in the game. That much is
decidedly encpuraging. On the offen-
sive, the line has not been called on
enough to give a 'true indication of
what it can do. Michigan's attack has
been mostly around the ends where
the hard task of opening up holes in
the opposing forward wall has not
been required. Also the lines which
have opposed the Maize and Blue have
been weak and no real test. M. A. C.
alone has given the Varsity the hard
drill which it needs. Outside of Bos,
Matson, and, Johnson, the Aggies had
no one on the line except a group of
men who were working hard and as a
result quite effective.
Without two of his regulars, and
fully appreciating+ what Ohio has,
Coach Yost began this 'fial prepara-
tion yesterday afternoon. There was
no scrimmage but considerable pass-
ing, blocking, and kicking. The line
was further drilled on offensive and
defensive play. Ohio has a line which
is deemed the best in the Conference
and with Captain Myers and Slyker at
ends, Huffmanand Spefs at tackles,
Pixley and Trott at guards, and Young'
at center, it does possess a forward
wall that is formidable.
Roby and Wieman in Shape,
That which is encouraging now is
the news that the rest of Michigan's
cripples will be in shape for the game
Sturday. Outside of Banks, Uteritz,
and Wilson, the other members of the
Varsity hospital list should be' all
right. Roby will doubtless take Ush-
er's place, while Uteritz will have the
job of filling Banks' shoes. Wieman
is now working full force again and
will probably see' action on the line.
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Western football's most eventful hap- down to Iowa's 25 yard line before the
pening in Saturday's games was the quarter ended. It will not do, how-
defeat of Illinois at the hands of the ever, to belittle Illinois, as they were
Hawkeyes by a score of 14-2. While beaten not by their poor playing, but
the Iowans were conceded by experts, by a team which outclassed -them in
ever since they beginning of the season, every department.
to be in a position to make a strong Buckeyes Overwhelm Minnesota
bid for championship honors, not even Probably the biggest surprise in
the staunchest, of their supporp-rs Satu'rday's games was the unexpect-
expected a victory like that of Satur- ed strength shown by Ohio State in
day. The score does not tell the overwhelming Minnesota, 27-0. Mnne-
story. Not once were the Hawkeyes sota, who was supposed to have a
in danger of being scored upon, until strong team after their easy defeat of
the last quarter when a bad pass got Northwestern last week, showed noth-
away from Captain Devine who was ing to justify the supposition. The
on his two yard line. The ball roll- Gophers were swept off their feet by
ed over the goal line and Devine was the lighter Buckeyes under the leader-
downed for a safety which gave Illin- ship of Stuart and Trott. Offensive
ois two harmless points. plays were used by the Scarlet and
Locke Stars Gray which have never been attempt.
Locke, the Hawkeye fullback, was ed by an Ohio State eleven before,
the outstanding star of the game. This and Coach Yost who was watching
human battering ram could not be the game characterized them as, the
stopped. He literally tore the Illinois best offensive team he had ever seen.
line to shreds. He was stopped but a With the seemingly returned strength
few times all afternoon, and was con- of the Buckeye eleven, the Conference
sistently good for from 6 to 16 yards. situation is made more complex. Aft-
Once he smashed through the center er their defeat by Oberlin, Ohio had
of the line for 40 yards. So great was been counted out, until the Minnesota
his playing, that the presence of catastrophe at Columbus.
Crangle, All-Western fullback of last No other upsets occurred. As was
year, was not felt. Indeed Crangle expecteid, Northwestern proved no
was one of the many men almost match for Wisconsin. Tbhe Purple
doubled up by Locke's furious rushes. was completely outclassed and never
Even Aubrey Devine could not keep had a chance. The Badger forward
up with the spectacular playing of his wall was constantly breaking through
teammates He proved himself a smart the Purple line. The Cardinal back-
quarter, however, by continually call- field was also particularly powerful,
ing on Locke to carry the ball. He and by means of perfect intefference
was usually good for four yards, and seemed able to run Northwestern's
Locke could generally be relied upon ends almost at will. The short pass
to make the remaining distance. Sec- (Continued on Page Five)
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