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a has been showing to better ad-
age than ever this year with, his
punts, and his ability to get
Z away under fire will be tested
afternoon when the Wolverines
called ,upon to kick. Last year
e criticism was made that Steke-
lid not get his kicks away as soon
id, some other punters in the Con-
ice. This season the big full-
has been training to remedy any
Start Strongest Backfield
pke and Usher will start at right
left halves, respectively. .Iarry"
:e is a new man to the squad and
whose work will be watched
ely. Kipke, like Steketee, carries
triple threat of running kicking
assing. Eddie Usher can be de-
pended upon to do his share of plug-
ging the line. Last year Usher gain-
ed a name as one of the hardest hit-
ting backs in the Big Ten, and has a
knack of pulling down passes. Banks
will direct the team from quarter.
This stocky back was largely responsi-
ble for the victories over Chicago and
Minnesota last season and has first
call at the helm. He is fast and will
probably do most of the passing al-
though he will have two other men in
the backfield who are accurate pass-
Veteran Line Today
A strong forward wall composedof
K irk, Cappon, Captain Dunne, Vick,
Wilson, Muirhead and Goebel will
start the game. All of these men ex-
cept Kirk and Muirhead played on last
year's Varsity. Kirk has had previous
experience on the Notre Dame eleven
in 1919, where he held down one of
the wings for the Irish. Stanley
Muirhead will have his first test in
inter/polleglate football, but from the
way he has played in practice he will,
be able to hold his own at left tackle.
Johns at center, Swan at guard, Van
Orden, Wieman, Crawforth, Petro and
Krienheider will also be used in the
line, while Richards, Keatly and
Neisch may be used at the wings.
Changes are certain to be made in
the backfield and it is probable that
both Uteritz and Knode will be giv-
en a chance at quarterback. Uteritz
has shown marked ability at passing,
while his running and kiclping have
been of the highest order. Knode, al-
so a punter and passer, is an accurate
handler of punts. Robey, Dean, Gun-
ther, Landowski, Fairbairn, and Pa-
per are the other backs who may
break into the play. Dean, an under-
HOW THEY FACE EACH OTHER
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MICH. VS. MT. UNION
Games won by Mich.. 5
By Mt. Union....... 0-
Points scored by Mich. 171
By. Mt. Union....... 7
All championship teams
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other things of interest,
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study of Steketee, and Gunther, a
plunging fullback, are both strong on
the secondary defense as also is Fair-
bairn one of Yost's promising half-
backs. , In his first team lineup Coach
Yost will probably select Kipke and
Banks to receive punts. These play-
ers are also the backbone of the sec-i
Admission to the game this after-
noon will be through the student ath-
letic coupons or by paid admission.
All of the Michigan players will be
numbered for the season according to
a Western Conference ruling, the fol-
lowing numbers being used: 1,.Cap-
tain Dunne; 2, Vick; 3, Wilson; 4,
Banks; 5, Usher; 6, Goebel; 7, Cap-
pon; 8, Steketee; 9,, Uteritz; 10,
Neisch; 11, Muirhead; 12, Wieman;
13, Van Orden; 14, Kipke; 15, Kirk;
16, Johns; 17, Gunther; 18, Craw-
forth; 19, Knede; 20, Swan; 21, Rob-
ey; 22, Paper; 23, Keatley; 24, Fair-
bai'n; 25, Landowski; 26, Richards;
27, Oliver; 28, Novy; 29, Curran; 30,
Dean; 33, Trout; 33, Searle; X34,
Smith; 35, Petro; 36, Kreinheider;
37, Martin; 38, McAuliffe; 39, Dun-
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