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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

ELIGI'BLE TO, PLAY
Veteran Will Add Great Strength to
Varsity Line; Will Not
Art 7 Tomorrow
YOST GIVES QUAD LI IT
WQRK EPARINCk FORl CASE
LINEUPS
hfiigan Case
Kirk..........L.E.........Alden
Muirhead......L.T........... Smith
itosatti........L.G..........Brill
Blott..........C. McAfee or f
Cawse
Steele .,...R.G.......... Boehm
VanderVoort..R.........Farren
Neist or
Henderson ...R.E....Blyns, Capt.
Uteritz.'.......Q.....Gribben or
Folk
Ioby ........L.HB..........Linn
l ipl'o.......R.H.B.... Clinthorne [
or Buchman
Cappon........F......Campbell
or Mohr
Officials
Referee-R. W. Bechtel, Wittenberg.
Umpire-J. C. McDonald, Brown.
* Head Lnesman-L. W. Olds, Mich-
igan Stat Normal.
Stock has been boosted many points
on the Michigan football team with
the official announcement that James
"Ed" Johns, veteran lineman, thought
lost to Coach Yost's eleven by the
schloastic bugbear, has passed his con
exams in triumph and has at last
been . declared' eligible for Varsity
conpetition. ,
Will Stiffen Line
. The addition of the big lineman,
with his 190 odd pounds and his tre-
mendous fighting power will add' a
tower of strength to Michigan's
weakened forward wall. His memor-
able battle against the now Captain
Pixley of Ohio State in the 1921
game when, outweighed fully 30
pounds, he disposed of the Buckeye
giant in play after play is one that
still stands out boldly in the mem-
ory.
Playing at right guard on-the Var-
sity, Johns was out for practice for
the first time yesterday afternoon. He
has kept himself ii good condition
throughout the period of his ineligi-
biity and, though he will not start
against Case on Saturday, it seems
certain that he will get into the bat-
tle before the final whistle blows.
Light Work Yesterday
Practice yesterday, the last before
the opening game, was light, Coach
Yost eonte-iting himself with signal
drill and the perfection of a variety
of 'w plays that have engaged the
players' attention for the past week.
Walter Eekersa famed sports crit.
Ic of the Chicago Tribune, witnessed
tile practice and seem d pleased with
the showing of the Wolverines.
'With the xception of Captain Goe-
bel and Johns, Coach Yost will start
his strongest' eleven against Case on
Saturday, although both regulars may
get into the' game for a short period.
Blott will handle the pivot position.
On his left side will be Rosatti and
at right guard will be Steele. Muir-
head will handle left tackle with Van
der Voort on the starboard side. On
the left wing will be Kiri while eith-
er Neisch or Henderson will hold
down right end.
Start Veteran Backfield
While it is difficult A to name the
strongest possible backfield combina-
tion Coach Yost has selected his vet-
erans to face the Scientists. Uteritz,
now fully, recovered from his slight
injury, will handle the team as quar-
ter. Roby has been chosen for the
post of left half and Kipke will pair

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Scrimmage With Varsity
Fight, Ability In

Reveals
Fresh S qu a

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Eddie Johns
Eddie Johns who has been a star
performer on Michigan's line for the
past two seasons, was yesterday de-
clared eligibile for competition this
season and will probably be seen in
action for at least part of the game
tomorrow.
with him o the right Cappon leading
oaff.
The officials have been announced
as follows: R. W. Bechtel, Witten-
berg, referee; J C McDonald, Brown,,
umpire; L W. Olds, Michigan State
Normal, head linesman
Coach Yost leaves today for Colum-
bus, where he will witness the Ohio
State-Ohio Wesleyan battle, leaving
the team in charge of his capable staff
of assistants.
MICHIGAN RING , MAT
MEN, SHOW IN DETROIT

Prospects of turning out a strong
All-fresh football team this year are
taking a 'rapid rise as a result of the
scrimmage between the Varsity and
the yearlings Wednesday afternoon.
The fight and teamwork displayed by
the freshmen is worthy of almost
anything that could be said about it.
Hardly any of the men who knew
the situation before the battle figured
that the freshmen would have, a
chance of doing what they did on
Ferry field in the first half of the
mid-week tilt. The freshman team
averages hardly more than 165 pounds
in weight at the best and the men
are not as big as some of the players
who have been on the yearling squads
here in the past.
Marion, Vick Star
Marion and Vick, brother to Ernie
Vick, All-American center, are the
men who have showed the best stuff
thus far in the fight for positions,
Both of the men played at Washing-
ton and Jefferson last year and won
their letters- at the end of the east-
ern team's season. Marion came to
Michigan in the fall of 1920 and made
good at end, but then decided to go
East to school. The Varsity was un-
able to send a play around the All-
fresh left end throughout the whole
practice and Marion was largely re-
sponsible for this. Vick gave a sam-
ple of his future possibilities when he
hurled a 40 yard pass down the field
into Marion's waiting, arms.
Babcock is the most outstanding of'
the yearling linemen . and is putting1

up a great fight with his 155 pounds
for a tackle berth. Closely pressing
him is Goebel, brother of the Varsity
captain Goebel is a tall rangy play-
er and has given ample evidence that
he must be seriously considered next
year. Krueger, of Newark, N. J.,
conies with a great reputation as a
prep school player. He is going good-
but is expected to do better in order
to live up to advance reports.,
Another Reston Here
Heston, nephew of the famous
Michigan halfback, has come from
California to try .for the Wolverine
team. Besides Heston there is a
Atephew of the famous Herrnstein,
who starred on the same team with
Heston, who has donned the fresh
togs. Both of the men are display-
ing a good brand ,of football. Quirk
of Ypsilanti and Roseberry, Saginaw,
are hot in the race for a berth some
place on the line. Besides the men
named, Coach Mather has Stafford,
Cory, Mills, Bruce and Elliott, all of
whom have displayed good possibili-
ties but have not been under the bap-
tism of fire on Ferry field and so can-
not be classed as yet They are all
of the tall rangy type and will make
excellent contenders for positions
after a few weeks under Coach
Mather.
There is a hot race on for the pivot
position. Only a few of the candi-
dates have had a chance as yet and
Imore will be brought to light as the
season grows. Dewey and Wahl are
the most formidable contenders for

the job, but have some worthy op-
ponents in the person of Brown, Her-
tle and Shibe.
Crlpplen ILooks' Good
Baker and Crippen,' Ann Arbor,
proved to be the best of the back-
field men outside of Vick in Wednes-
day's battle. Crippen is .a strong de-
fensive back and a clever runner..
Baker is a good runer and shows un-
usual canniness in apoiling forward
passes.
- Baer, Drew, Funk, and Grube are
good backs, especially the latter. All
'of them are fast but seem to be light-
er than the usual run of men that try
out for the backfield. Gillingham,
Maas, Heath and Grub also stand
.out as strong possibilities.
Mathison, All-state- fullback and
Kelly, Calumet, are-said to'be of-high
calibre They will probably be given
'a chance to fight. in scrimmage with
the Reserves this afternoon.
The ien that have been named are
the more experienced of the squad'
and it was expected that they would
play well indiviudally although, not
so well as a team as they did Wed-
nesday. They have displayed fight
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Menibers of Michigan's boxing and
wrestling teams furnished part of thq
entertainment at the opening of the
convention of the American Society
for Steel . Treating and the Drop
Forges association at the General
Motors building in Detroit Tuesday
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The wrestlers were next to go on.
Captain Gillard met Moffitt at 138
pounds, in this match and they proved
themselves callable performers. De-
Foe and Halberg went on for the
concluding match and put a creditable
ending to the exhibitions.
Dinner was ' served to the men at
the Detroit - Athletic club and was
attended by several prominent figures
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