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tne Yostmen play, Uct. 22.]
nk Steketee, Michigan has the be
ance punter in the Conference.
ition to being a great punter, Ste
can carry the ball through t
or around the ends.

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a Confer-
:inning to
open the

Conference Has Punters
Steketee, Devine and Sundt are allI
punters of known ability, while Chi-
cago, Northwestern, and Minnesota
have all uncovered toe artists who
with a little seasoning should be val-
uable assets to their teams. Steketee
has shown his ability in punting
duels, his toe winning the game with
Minnesota last year when he scored a
place kick from the 30 yard line and'
punted over 70 yards when a Minne-
sota rush'had been halted on Michi-
gan's two yard line. Devine is not a
distance punter but rather chooses to
place his kicks with the result that
he usually drives the ball low and to
one side although he sometimes rais-
es it in order to take advantage of the
wind. The Hawkeye kicker has the
knack of making his attempts ex-
tremely hard to handle.
Sundt is a reliable punter and is
fast in getting the ball away. Last
year the Badger captain was able to
place his kicks even when his line'
did not hold the forward wall of the
opposing eleven. Coach Richards is
well supplied with backfield material
in Elliott, Williams, Gould and Sundt,
the quarterback post alone bothering
the Badger mentor. Davey has grad-
uated and Barr, who subbed in Day-
ey's absence, is now under a 'scholas-
tic cloud. Gibson and Gill, two prom-
ising quarters, are showing to advan-
tage and may be used if Barr fails to
make up his condition. The Badger}
line will be built around Bunge, the
big center. Both tackle and end posi-
tions must be filled by new men, but
Richards is well supplied with veteran
guards and boasts of excellent mate-
rial to fill the other vacancies.

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Oct. 15. Mohr, a veteran lineman, is
the likely selection for center, while
Vogel, a promising sophomore lad, is
being used at tackle along with Olan-
der, a veteran. On the wings Zuppke
is using Reichle, Latta, Graham and!
Simpson. Reichie has been showing
well in kicking and may be used at
half along with Peden.
Chicago, Northwestern, Minnesota,
Purdue and Indiana all have large
turnouts for early practice and have
enoughtveterans returning to insure
them of strong elevens. This is par-
ticularly true of Minnesota, Chicago
and Northwestern, who appear to be!
developing teams which will cause
many upsets throughout the Confer-
ence.
TANK CAPTAIN ISr
OUT FOR SEASON
Ineligibilty has dealt the swimming
team a hard blow in the disqualifica-
tion of Warren Hyde, '23, captain-
elect for this season. Hyde was the
star of the team last year and a nata-
tor of remarkable versatility, being a
sure point winner in the breast stroke
and back stroke. So far as is known
all of the other tank men who had
been counted on for this year's team
weathered their finals last spring in,
fine shape.
Michigan Union Orchestra. Packard
Academy.-Adv.

YOST ASSUMES NEW'
DUT IESTi FALL
Is Director of Athleties in .Addition"
to Coaching Varsity
Gridders
VARSIY COACHES TO TEACH
THEORY OF VARIOUS SPORTS
Fielding H. Yost, for 21 years head
coach and builder of Wolverine grid-
iron machines, assumes a double duty
this fall as director of intercollegiate
athletics and head of the staff of grid
coaches. In his new role as director
of athletics, Yost will have charge of
the athletic offices and will look aft-
er the interests of Michigan in all
matters pertaining to intercollegiate
competition. In assuming his new du-
ties Coach Yost will hold a position
somewhat analogous to that held by
Hugo Bedzek at Penn State, where
Bedzek is director of athletics and ac-
tively engaged as head coach.
In addition to his duties as director
of athletics, Coach Yost will assist in
the new four year course in Physi-
cal Education, Hygiene, and Athletics
which leads to a bachelor's degree and
fits' the graduates to be coaches and
athletic directors. Although Michigan
is not the first of the larger institu-

tions in the Middle West to establish allow
a school of this nature, its courses speci,
will cover all the branches of major bran
sports in addition to the academic to.
work required, and with the present majo
staff of coaches Director Yost will sophc
have a corps of men who are the equal Duri:
of any in the country. speck,
The first year courses in the new Coacl
school will include theory and prac- Fishe
tice in football, basketball, baseball schoo
and track, while the later years will brans
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rk given to
t usual. On
id Chicago
settle their
while Indi-
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ar on Oct. 8.

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that

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Ohio Loses Stars

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Ohio State and Illinois have both
lost star players but have enough ma-
terial from the. sophomore class to
make it certain that they will be in
the race. Ohio is probably the heav-
iest loser in the absence of Stinch-
comb, Workman and Huffman. Wilce
is driving his men hard and has un-
covered some backfield men who are
showing well in practice. Stuart seems
to be the likely successor to Stinch-
comb. He is good in punting, pass-
ing and running. Moorehead, the star
dash man, is also showing to advan-
tage in the backfield, while Hoge
Workman's brother has been alternat-
ing at quarter and end.

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he backbone of
vill perform the
g, passing and
ecting his team
: position, De-
ctor in the suc-
'eleven this
Aubrey Devine,
has Slater, the'
Belding, one of
e West, and
.ass players to
ormidable. Iowa
t. 1, with Knox
otre, Dame and
'eeks following.
ag squad of vet-
and if Coach
tackles to take
by the loss of
;he Wolverines
>ng front when
1, with Mt.
will meet the
it Big Ten con-

Zupple Worried
Illinois has suffered a reverse in
the loss of Hellstrom, sophomore end
and punter on last year's eleven, while
on the condition of Carney's knee to
stand the big games will largely rest
the strength of the Illini serial at-
tack.tFred Majors, sophomore candl
date for quarterback, is out at present
with a bad ankle. If, Majors is not
used at quarter Captain Walquist may
be shifted from half. Zuppke in his
search for two ends, a center, a tac-
kle and a punter is driving his men
hard to condition them for their
opening Conference battle with 'Iowa,

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