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1Ilichigan Golfers llo~v To Purdue
And Illinois In Week end Matches
Michigan golfers were defeated Fri-
day and Saturday by both Purdue and
Illinois in the opening games of the.
season. The scores in both games
were 8-3, but at Illinois Capt W. H.
Ingham, '21, took first place with the
low score of 74. Both of the games
were marked by the prevalance of low
scores, practically all the players com-
pleting the course below an 80. Pur-
due and Illinois had played to a tie
the week preceding the Michigan game
and are among the best golf teams in
the Conference. Captain Ingham states
that many of Michigan's best golf play-
ers are ineligible and for this reason
the personnel of the golf team does not'
rank as high as it might.
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a Michigan viewpoint. Every man
that played came out of the contest
in excellent physical trim and will be
able to play in the Wisconsin game.
Coach Yost used but one substitute
during the entire afternoon. The or-'
iginal 11 men played until the middle
of the fourth quarter when Swan was
sent in for Wilson. The "Gob" play-
ed a powerful game at right guard and
it was he who blocked the Illinois at-
tempt at field goal and then recovered
the ball for Michigan.
Undoubtedly the hero of the contest
was Cappon. First an end, then a
tackle, and 'finally on Saturday a hu-
man battering ram, "Cappie" stamped
himself as one of the most versatile
and valuable men that has ever play-
ed on a Michigan team. His work
against the Illini was the feature of
the struggle. To Roby also must go
a world of" credit. He was the larg-
est individual ground gainer on the
team. His smashing of the line equall-
ed the work of Cappon. In Roby and
Cappon, Michigan has the greatest
pair of line plungers that has ever
played on a Michigan team. It is
doubted if their equals can be found
in the country. Together, the two are
Steketee's Kicking is Superb
After all is said and done, however,
it was Steketee's toe that won the
game. Not only by kicking the field
goal which gave the Varsity its score
but by his superb punting all through
the melee, Steketee was a big factor
in the Michigan offense and defense.
Michigan gained on every exchange of
punts. Stek was placing his kicks well.
They were high and deep in most every
case. He must also be given credit
for the way in which he got off a poor
pass from center. With men rushing
down on him from both sides, he pull-
ed the ball down from the air and
kicked it from under the .arms of his
blockers. While only a short punt, it
was decidedly better than nothing and
a dangerous situation. He also pull-
ed Peden's pass from out of the air
when if completed it would probably
have meant a touchdown.
Uteritz at quarter led the proper of-
fense with which to beat Illinois. On
the line, every man was in every play.
Never before this year has the forward
wall acquitted itself so creditably. It
opened holes for the backs and smear-
ed the plays of the Illini. Its defen-
sive game was powerful as usual. It
was the ripping, tearing offense that
was outstanding. While the Michigan
backs played stellar football, a great
share of the credit, if not the greater,
must go to the line.
Coach Yost Praises Men
In commenting on the game, Coach
Yost' aid: "I have seen more bril'
liant victories but never have I seen a
Michigan team which fought harder
than the one which downed Illinois.
I am proud of the team and I am sure
that it is worthy of the confidence and
support of the entire University in,
all the remaining games."
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