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enough t really test Yost's choices
forthat position. Muirhead and Cap-
pon conducted themselves well but
were not forced to any great extent.

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Mentors Dsappolnted Over
tlure of Mt. Union Eleven
to Offer Riesistance
SIIOW WELL RUT LINE
LS NO CHANCE TO PERFORM
the first game on the Varsity
e tucked away as had been ex-
the more difficult task of
g out the team for the larger
s to come now confronts the
. The Mt. Union game served
g out certain weaknesses and.
,o which Coach Yost and his as-
*will turn their attention. This
preparation for the Case game
d much of the time devoted to
ion'was not able to offer the
position which Coach: Yost had
would be given his forward
The Ohioans were too light to
the Michigan linemen much
and the tackles not strong

They are both green men at tackle and
of - course can not, be compared tot
Goetz apd Wieman of previous years.I
They both have possibilities, however,t
and have the right spirit. They are
fighters all the time, aggressive, and
willing to work. With additional prac-
tice and training, they are expected1
to make fair tackles.k d
lEnds Look GIood
First choices at ends in Saturday's
game proved to .be the best of thej
material available. Kirk was given
his first chance on a Michigan team
and while only in the game a short
time gave promise of a first class man.
Goebel at right end played a good
opening game. He mixed in every
play and had the added distinction of
being in the game longer than any of
his teammates. Three other candi-
dates were given a chance at end in
the course of the game. McAuliffe,
Curran, ,nd Richards were in but such
a short while that it would be hard to
judge them on their showing Satur-
day.
The inner positions of the line
found three veterans who were a verit-
able tower of strength. Captain
Dunne, Vick, and Wilson in the cen-

ter of the line make that part well
nigh invulnerable. All were taken out
at the end of the first half for Yost
has several capable substitutes for the
guard and center positions, the first
three men being the first choices,
however. Swan, Johns, Petro, Van
Orden, Martin, Smith, and Kreinheder,
were all seen in the line-up.
Backfield Powerful
That Michigan. will have a strong
backfield there can be no doubt. Sat-
urday's game was proof enough of

comment on their strength has been
withheld. They are always out to
"beat" Michigan, however, and this-
yeaf will prove no exception.
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(Editor's note-Coach Yost
has been asked to make a weekly
statement for The Daily after
each game. His first written
statement follows:)
"The same problem confronts
today as it did before the Mt.
Union game. The Mt. Union
line was not strong enough to
test out the various line candi-
dates trying out for the Varsity
team. It is true that Michigan
has several good prospective
ends and backs, but that is not
the whole story as everyone
knows. It does not matter how
many outfield candidates a per-
son may have in making a base-
ball team. Only three can be
used. So it is in football. Only
11 men can play and' of that
number only four backfield men
can play at once.
I see no high ^grade tackles in.
sight. There is green material.
Consequently we have shifted an
end to tackle and have been try-j
ing three backfield men in that
position, Cappon going from end,
Fairbairn, Roby, and Weiman
shifting from the backfield. What
we, must have is 11 good men
playing the regular 11 positions
if we are to have a strong team."
that. Particularly noteworthy was the
showing of Frank Steketee. His kick-
ing itself was a pleasing factor, but
that coupled with ability to carry the
ball around the ends and pick holes
made his -game decidedly satisfying.
Usher, Banks, Kipke, Dean, Uteritz,
Roby, Searle, and Knode all perform-
ed satisfactorily either while carrying
the ball or with the toe. Dean's fipld
goal was decidedly one of the features
of the game. Standing on the 42 yard
line, he lifted the ball over the bars
with apparently no effort.
Unfortunately the matter of the
backfield is not the only factor which
goes to make up the team. Coach Yost
and his assistants have rightly so ex-
pressed themselves repeatedly. With
the Case.and M. A. C. games both to
come before the first Conference game,
it is hoped to haye a forward wall
which will be able to hold its own
against the best. By that time the
hospital list should be somewhat
shortened.
Michigan attempted five forward
passes in the course of the game with
Mt. Union with the result that not
one was completed. The man calling
the signals evidently called for a long
pass in each case. The long passes
were greeted with general disapprov-
al especially after the short lateral
pass executed by Mt. Union had prov-
ed so much more effective.
Case is not expected to offer stiffer
opposition than did Mt. Union. From
M. A. C., however, Coach Yost is ex-
pecting a real game. Little has been

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