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HERE THEY ARE--FIVE OF THE STALWART BUCKEYE VETERANS
WHO OPPOSE MICHIGAN IN SATURDAY'S GREATEST GRID CLASSIC
T'll Coaching Staff, 32 Players
Party Which Will Invade
tICHIOAN LINEMEN WILL BE
OUTWEIGEi BY 16 PIOUN)DS
Coach Fielding H. Yost, assistant
Coaches Weiman, Little, Sturzenegger,
and Vick; Trainer Archie Hahn, As-
sistant Trainer Billy Fallon and 321
members of the Varsity fcotball squad ;
leave at 9::07 o'clock, city time, to-
night for Columbus via the Michigan
Central, where on Saturday they meet
Ohio State in the most imnortant foot-
ball clash :. Wclverine eleven has en..;
tered in year.
Headed by Captain Paul Goebel the
following members of the Varsity
squad will entrain for enemy cn-
try tonight: Johns, Vander Voort,
Roby, Cappon, Kipke, Kirk, Knode,
Neisch, Slaughter, Muirhead, Blott,
Rosatti, Blahnik, Dunleavy, Gunther,
Henderson, Keefer, Heath, Steele,
Steger, Swan, Van Order, Uter-
itz, Curran, Garfield, Chamberlain,
Rankin , Murray, White, Tracy, andt
Will Stay at Deshler
Arriving in Coumbus tomorrowt
morning the squad will take up quart-
ers at the Deshler hotel which wvill
also be headquarters for the Mich-
igan contingent in the Buckeye camp.
Tomorrow afternoon the squad will
work out on Ohio field, the enormous I
new Ohio State stadium which will be
dedicated Saturday afternoon. This
practice will consist of running'
through simple formations, some pass-
ing, and an extended drill for the
punters and backs to accustom them
to the air currents which are said to
be tricky in the new structure.
Every man on the squad will be in'
perfect condition whon the team en-
trains tonight, according to word em-
anating from the athletic office. Cap-'
pon has been suffering from a slight
charley horse, sprung in the Vander-
bilt affair last week, but continual
baking has, ended the trouble. Goebel
was the oly' other member of the
squad .to suffer a inor injury last
weekand he also is back tonormal.
Teri taisi4le deta? which will add
to the Wolverine chances Saturday
has been overlooked* Yost's experi-
ence with the Buckeyes - during the
past three seasons, where in each game
some minute flaw has been used
advantageously by the Wilcemen, has
called forth the most exacting coach-
ing during the past three days that
any team ever had. Each one of the
men who has been picked tostart the
game Saturday has had from a half
to a full'hour of individual instruction
each day, the backs on passing, run-
ning, blocking, tackling, receiving
passes, and kicking. The work with
"the linemen has centered to a great
extent on charging, the grizzled Wol-
verine mentor realizing that if his
men are to contend with the much
heavier Buckeyes they must have the
jump on the enemy in every play.
Reports from Columbus that the 0.
S. U. adherents are expecting Mich-
igan to be at least 50 per cent strong-
er than the Wilcemen are being dis-
counted heavily by, Yost. He main-
tains there is no reason for any such
supposition since the Scarlet and Grey
players are heavier man for man and
with a few exceptions have as much
Conference experience as their Mich-
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"Michigan cannot understand why
the press reports from Columbus keep
continually saying that Michigan is
50 pei cent stronger, but that Ohio
expects to win by 'playing wiser foot-
ball,' and has a better fighting spirit.
Ohio will be heavier than Michigan
and has about the same experience.
"There is no ground for stating
which team is the stronger under these
circumstances. Saturday will deter-
mine the better team- It would be
easy for me to make a statement that
Ohio is 75 per cent stronger than
Michigan and that we only have a
fighting chance to win."
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Three Veteran Linemen Ohio-State-Oberlin game, Wilce keptt
Pixley, Honaker, and Young, on the his entry under wraps. Both coach-0
opposing forward wall are all season- es are past masters in the science of
ed players while Yost, with Johns in
the lineup, will have but four. There the gridiron. Both would rather win
is not sufficient advantage here to this one game than the Big Ten cham-
make any difference in a hard fought pionship. Answer-neither one will
game. In addition, the Ohio linemen save a thing Saturday and the result
will average about 199 while the Yost will be attacks that will dazzle.
entry will show an average weight in A Walitinig Kickoff
the line of 183. All of the work handed out by the
In he backfield the Wolverins will coaching staff this week has been men-
start with more experience, each man tal; blackboard drills, rule quizzes,
behind the line having served at least signal practice, and more signal prac-
one year on the Varsity while Cappon tice. Every minute of daylight has
is playing his third season. In the been utilized and in th evening the
Ohio scoring machine Workman, Isa- squad has been taken to Waterman!
bel, and Blair are the only veterans. gym to wind up the day's work. Aft-
Michaels and Klee are both in their er the .workout closes on Ferry fieldI
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