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Coach Yost ad Trainers Hahn
Fallon Head Varsity Squad
of 24 Players

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WOLVERINES TO PRACTICE
AT NASHVILLE TOMORROW
Headed by Coach Yost and Trainers
Archie Hahn and Billy Fallon, 24
members of the Varsity football squad
leave from the Ann Arbor station at
12:40, city time, this noon for' Nash-
ville where. they will meet the Van-
derbilt eleven in a game Saturday
Which will mark the opening of the
new Dudley stadium, the finest in the
south.
Captain Goebel, Blahnik, Blott,
Cappon, Curran, Dunleavy, Garfield,
Henderson, Johns, Keefer, Kipke,
Kirk, Knode, Muirhead, Neisch, Ros-
atti, Rankin, Roby, Slaughter, Steele,
Steger, VanOrden, VanderVoort, and
Uteritz are the Wolverine standard:
bearers who will be in the party leav-
ing today.
Toledo will be the first stop for
the tourists where they will board the
Baltimore and Ohio on the second leg
of the journey which will land them
in Cincinnati at 7:45 o'clock tonight.
The players will not change trains at
Cincinnati but there will be a lay over
of three hours in the Ohio city. Nash-
ville will be reached at 8:15 o'clock to-
morrow morning and the squad will
make its headquarters at the Hermi-
tage hotel. Departure from the south,
ern city is 'scheduled for 8:30 o'clock
Saturde'r ;night the squad' arriving
here at 7 o'clock Sunday night by way
of Detroit.
Will Workout Tomorrow
A workout will be given the men on
Dudley field tomorrow afternoon. This
new play ground, built with seating
accommodations for 25,000, is said to
be in perfect condition for the dedica-
tion game but Yost will take every'pre-
caution to insure his men having as
thorough an understanding of the foot-
ing and air currents in the stadium
as time will permit.
Yost gave the Varsity a stiff scrim-
mage yesterday afternoon as a con-
clusion to the intensive work of the
week, Mather's all-fresh squad furin-
ishing the opposition. 'In four regula-
tion quarters the Yostian scoring
machine was able to amass 24 points
by virtue of two scores from plunges
by Cappon, a loose ball retrieved by
Blott over the yearling goal line, and
a place kick by Goebel from the 20
yard line. The freshmen failed to
score but continued to show the same
sustained attack that has featured
Huron St. Taxi 25c- 445.-Adv.

has been made it'seems almost certain
19 Isthat Michigan will open the Vanderbilt
game Saturday with the same lineup
that faced Case last week, with the
exepio thatCaptain Goebel; Uter-
itz, and Muirhead will be returned to
their accustomed places. This will
make the Michigan battle front look as
their work since the first scrimmage follows: Goebel and Kirk, ends; Van-
last week. derVoort and Muirhead, tackles; Johns
There was nothing in yesterday's and Rosatti, guards; Blott, center;
workout to indicate that. it was more Uteritz, quarter back; Roby and Kip-
than a practice session. Every tackle ke, halfbacks; and Cappon, fullback.
and eacrh block showed conclusively There is a possibility that Steele may
that the man behind it meant business, be used at guard as his work against
more proof that the constant driving Case stood out prominently. Other
of Coaches Little, Wieman, Mather linemen who are due for the final test
and Vick has taken effect. The fresh- before the big games are Slaughter,
man defense was even smoother than Blahnik, and Garfield.'
in the first public engagement with It is almost a sure bet that the Van-
the Varsity last week, but the offense, derbilt ends will be given a chance to
particularly the overhead style, was chase Steger and Keefer before the
not as successful as before. Yost'gltei vrStudywieDnev
has been drilling his, charges on game is over Saturday while Dunleavy
styles of meeting the aerial game and by virtue of his exhibition against
tyls ofr eetinga fthe aerial ge wan- case, will probably be called upon to
this particular feature will be watch- relieve Cappon -at fullback. Other
edy with especial interest in Satur-substitutions will be decided by the
day'sldattle. tide of battle. If Vanderbilt proves
Smignal drill in Waterman gymnas- easier than expected by Yost the sec-
ium has been the lot of the Varsity ond string men will be trotted out in,
for the past Lew evenings and the numbers, it is thought.
stress which has been nlaced on this numbrs, _____stho_ght _
department of the game has lead out- ~
siders to predict a varied reportoiro ' New Fraternity Recognized
of complicated formations when Ohio Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity has
State is met some 10 days hence, been recognized on the campus as a
One thing is certain, Yost is making national institution according.to a re-
use of every minute of daylight for port from the office of J. A. Bursley,
actual drilling and saving the signal -Dean of Students.
work for the after dinner periods in-
doors. But three more practices on Michigan Daily and Chimes for $4.50.
Ferry field' before the Ohio State
game are what remain' to the Maize
and Blue warriors in preparation for
the big game of the season. This fact
is being driven into the minds of team
members by the coaching staff at every
possible opportunity.
Veterans Returin to Lineup
Although no definite announcement

VANDERBILT HOPES TO
GIVE MICHIGAN A FIGHT

COACH McGUGIN REPUTED
HAVE ONE OF SCHOOL'S
BEST TEAMS

Vanderbilt expects to give Michigan
an exceptionally hard battle next Sat-
urday when the two teams meet on
the Nashville gridiron to help com-
plete the dedication of Vanderbilt's
new stadium, Dudley field.
Every man that will start the game
for Vanderbilt will-be a veteran, the
Commodores have 21 letter men back
at school this year. Coach Dan Mc-
Gugin is reputed to have one of the
best teams in the history of the south-
ern school, the line being heavy anc
aggressive, the ends, veterans of many
battles and outweighing the Wolvet-
ine ends considerably, and the back-
field that is as fast as lightining and,
who are hard followers of the ball. l
Hard end running and a fast aerial
attack have been the chief point get-
ting instruments in the early part of
the Commodore season. Those styles
of play coupled with a fair amount of
line plunging has been responsible
for the defeats that have' been admin-

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istered to Middle Tennessee Normal
and Henderson-Brown colleges. Not
much is known about the calibre of
these early season opponents, but the
Wolverine coaches believe that only a
few of the Vanderbilt. bag of tricks
have been uncorked.
Backfield is Strong
Vanderbilt's backfield will bear con-
siderable watching. They line up
most of the time in a formation that
resembles those formed for making
punts, and use a running attack and
forward passes from it with great
success. Thus far Coach McGugin has
not been able to uncover a punter of
any decided ability. Michigan will
be able to gain considerable ground
in the exchange of punts if the Wol-
verine punters are not hampered by
injuries.
Gil Reece is the Commodore's most
outstanding backfield man. This
youngster in spite of the fact that he
is handicapped by being a lightweight
has become an asset to the team
through his sidestepping and tenaci-
ous disposition. Manning ,Brown, a
new comer into the ranks of the Van-
derbilt backfield, appears to hold more
potential brilliancy than any of the
veterans. He is sadly lacking in ex-
perience, but has been putting up
such a great fight that he is the ex-
ample for the rest of ;his tean nates.
'(Continued on Page Eight)
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