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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

HUMBLES REEREELEVEN

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IN OPENING OF SECRET SESSIONS

Wolverines Push Over Four Sco'res
Against Fighting Opposi.
fion
YOST TO WITNESS FIRST
01110 STATE GRID BATTLE
Coach Fielding H. Yost, Varsity,
football mentor, held his first closed
practice of the sensor yesterday aft-.
ernoon at Ferry field. ,The spirit dis-
played by the Varsity and the reserv-
es was much better than that with,
which they. played on last4 Saturday.
Scrimmage. Held.
Signal practice, a serious punting
round and a long scrimmage made
up the program of the afternoon. The
regulars showed up in the best form.
seen this year and gave the reserves
a much harder battle than they had
last Saturday. . There wasn't a man,
that didn't bite the dust in the scrim-
mages. Resistance to the offense
tightened up on both sides of the
line and all enjoyed a merry tilt.
Four Scores
Never letting up for one minute in
their play, the Varsity pushed the
reserves back across the goal line
for four hard fought touchdowns be-
fore the final whistle sounded. Not
many errors were noticeable in the
teamwork which seemed to run off
with percision and judgment.
Blott Looks Good
Blott, one of the candidates for a,
guard position, showed up best in the
scrimmage, and was in .every play.
Henderson and Kirk held down the
wing jobs on thee Varsity. Muirhead
and Van der Voort were placed at
tackle and Blott and Heath played at
guard. Slaughter performed at cent-
er. Knode piloted the Varsity, while
Reefer and Cappon were used as half-
backs with Roby filling the fullbacjk's
shoes.
The men who played with the Var-
sity yesterday afternoon will prob-
ably start the game Saturday with
'the exception that Uteritz will play at
quarter and Kipke will start at half.
Captain Goebel is being withheld
from this week's scrimmage and will
not perform in the jCase game -on ac-
count of his slight injury. The end
positions are not certain as yet and it
will be a.tossup between Neisch and
Henderson for the battle on Saturday.
Yost Heads South
On Friday night Coach Yost leaves
for Columbus wheie he will make
final arrangements for the O. S. U.-
Michigan game at% Columbus. Inci-
dentally he will see the opening game
at Ohio when O. S. U. clashes with
Ohio Wesleyan.
Ohio Sure
It is not anticipated that Ohio will
have a great amount of trouble
disposing of Ohio Wesleyan although
the Methodists have a veteran team
and a star of high calibre in the per-
son of "Sunny" Winters who threw
a scare into the Buckeyes last year,
in the opening game.
Thursday night the eligibility com-
mittee of ,the University will meet

and the standing of the different play-
ers will be ascertained. It is not1
known at this time if "Eddie" Jones]
will be eligible for the Varsity thisa
fall. Interested persons are expect-
ing to find ont within the next fewt
days.
RUMOR TRADES BOSTON
PLAYERS TO BE.NGALS
COLLINS AND PRATT BELIEVED
TO FIGURE IN BIG
DEAL
According to a' report current ,in
baseball circles during the past few
weeks Detroit and the Boston Ameri-
cans are contemplating a deal where-
by "Rip" Collins, veteran Red Sox
moundsman, and "Del" Pratt, hard
hitting second basenan, are to come
to the Tigers in exchange for Howard
Ehmke, Carl Holling, and $20,000 in
cash. In spite of firm denials of the
rumor by President Navin and Man-
ager Cobb of Detroit, it has been
known for some time that Navin and
Cobb had been 'dickering to obtain the
services of Collins and Pratt.
It is a well known fact that Cobb
has been somewhat dissatisfied with
Ehmke's work this season and in view
of the .exceptional work of Collins
and Pratt during the .past term such
For your room
LAUNDRY BAGS
WGOIE'&COMPANHY
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a deal might at least satisfy the De-
troit Club.
Collins has been the one shining
light of Boston's pitching staff this
year. His favorite is a fast ball and
his baffling skill has given him the
reputation of being one of the best
pitchers in the American league. The
weakness of its pitching staff has
been the one drawback to Detroit's
pennant aspirations this year and a
man of Collins ability is badly needed.
Derrill Pratt is an experienced sec-
ond baseman and is one of the stead-
iest players in either league. His
fielding, although not sensational, is
reliable, and he ran up 'a batting aver- I
age of .303 during the past season.I
He would add a tower of strength to
the Bengal defense as well as adding
to its already powerful offense.
"Del" Pratt has his home and busi-
ness in Ann Arbor and is a strong
supporter of Michigan teams. He
first came to Ann Arbor in the fall of
1920 to assist Coach Yost in directing
football practice and has been here

FOOTBALL MANAGER
OUTS WANTED

during his spare time since then.
During the spring of 1921 he coached
the baseball team until after the
southern trip. Last year he aided in"
coaching football for a short time.

TRY.

Appeal is made to men to try
out for manager of the football
team. At least 25 are needed.
Report to William G. Lichten-
berg, football manager at 2 o'-
clock in Ferry Field clubhouse.
First semester freshmen not eli-
gible.

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May Golf on Ann Arbor Course
Autumn playing privileges at the'
Ann Arbor golf club may be secured
by student golfers byra written appli-
cation to Carlton Wells, 822 Brook-
wood Place.. Sample scores and a
check for $10 must be enclosed. Play-
ers eligible for the fall team should
make sure that their applications
are in.
"Greasy" Neale Will Leave W. and J.
Pittsburgh, Oct. 2.-Coach Earl
(Greasy) Neale, coach of the Wash-
ington and Jefferson college football'
eleven, declared in Pittsburgh today
that. he will not sign a contract to
coach the squad next year.
"There must be only one boss, and
when I am coaching I want to be that
boss," declared Neale. He added that
he had been hampered and annoyed in
his work by "outsiders, who attempt-
ed to dictate what I should and should
not do."
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