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S CAPPON' FRO-I END
'0 TACKLE NEXT TO DUNNE!
the tenative lineup for the first
announced by coach Yost they
gridiron mentor is preparing
ections to meet the attack of
lion when the Ohio collegiansF
Ferry field on Saturday. A
at Yost's choice of players in-
that Michigan's strongest men
ce Mt. Union when the whistle
for the opening kick-off.
sher and Kipke at'Halves
alfback posts will be Usher and
Ed has been tearing around'
.d at a great rate since his re-
All-reshman Football Candi-
All candidates wishing to try
out for the All-freshman foot-
ball squad are requested to re-
port to Coach Mather at the
Athletic office in the Press
building between 8 and 12, in
the morning or to the Ferry
field club house from 1:30 to
5 in the afternoon.a
turn, and Kipke has proven one of
the 'sensations of the early practice
period by his remarkable ability to
cut through a broken field. Steketee]
will appear in his old position of full-
back. At quarterback Ted Banks will
again be on the job.
Ernie Vick will hold the wall at its
pivot point. The stocky center, rec-.
ognized as one of the greatest on
Conference circles, should not find any
opponent, which Mt. Union can offer,
a difficult proposition. To his left'
will be Capt. "Duke" Dunne, a fighter
in every contest, whose work thus far
promises tha, he will open a multitude
of wide holes for the plunging of the,
backfield. At right guard another vet-
eran, Wilson, will be seen in action.
Cappon and Muirhead at Tackles.
The tackle positions no longer seem
to hold cause for apprehension. On
the left side of the line Cappon, All-
Conference end last year, will do
well to fill ore of the vacancies left
by the graduation of ex-Captains
Goetz and Weiman, while "Stan"'
Muirhead will fill in at the right.
IMuirhead is fin unknnwn an.ntit in
Tryouts for assistant foot-
ball manager report to Al May,
manager, at Ferry field at 3
CS FOR EVERYONE, IS PLAN
were 20 men who responded for the
first call at 3:30 o'clock yesterday aft-
ernoon. This sort of training has won
the 'approval of Coach Mitchell, Dr.
May, and Dr. John Sundwall, the new,
head of the department of health and
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Varsity play, but Coach Yost is con-: Cross country running for everyone
fident 'of his ability to holdhis own who has an interest in that sport is
against all comers.' 4t the flank po- the slogan of Prof. H. C. Carver who,
sitions will be "Bernie"' Kirk - and is behind the cross country movement
Paul Goebel, the latter a veteran of here. Professor Carver is not out for
last year and a slellar perfhrmer in speed in his classes which meet every
every game in which he participated. day at Waterman gymnasium at 3:30
Kirk has made a remarkably credit- and 4:30 o'clock, but he maintains
able showing, and bids fair to play.the that slow steady running is the most
end left open.b y the shifting of'Cap- helpful exercise in building up the
pon to tackle. body.
Taken as a whole the'"team appears His classes are open to all and he
to be powerful both on the offensive is doing this work in connection with
and the defensive, and the game Saur- the Intramural department If a fresh-
day should give Coach Yost the oppo- mnan shows that he is re to joinf
sition needed to test his new Wolver- faster company, he is turiit.. >ver to}
ine machine in every department of the freshman squad under the tutelege
the grid game before he points his of Donald Douglass, member of last
eleven for the more important games year's Varsity track team. He them-
of the later season, has the opportunity to win his class
numerals. If an upperclassman, he
"Memory and Concentration" aids will be sent to the Varsity squad under
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