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Line Looks Weak Before Assault of
Scrub Backs; Forward Pass
Attack Good
KEEPER, ROBY, KNOIDE, AND
CAPPON SHOW TO ADVANTAVE
It took 45 minutes for the Varsity
to push four markers over on the
hard fighting Reserves yesterday aft-
erndon^ on Ferry field and for a
while after the session opened it
looked as though the total score
would be smaller than that.
Weakness in the 'Varsity forward
wall was more noticeable than ever
yesterday afternoon, the Reserve
backs finding huge gaps ahead of
them on several occasions through
which they raced until they were
downed by the Varsity backs. On of-
fense the first string linemen did not
show to much bette advantage, Cap-
pon and Roby finding sufficient open-
ings on all too few occasions. Coaches
Little, Vick, and Weiman spent a
busy afternoon keeping the line can-
didates instructed on the faults that
were so evident."
Kipke, Steger Out
Tjlindireds of the 'spectators who
gathered to watch the scrimmage were
audibly disappointed when Kipke- and
Steger retired early to the clubhouse
after making the circtit of the cin-
der track a couple of times. These
two backs furnish most of the fire-
w'oks as & rule and the stands wore
anxious to see them.in action.
Knode piloted the Varsity with Cap-)
pon and reefer beside him at the half
back posts and Roby at fullback. Thisl
combination didn't seem to get prop-
erly started for it was at least 10
ninutes 'before the first touchdown
was rung up. During this interim the
ball alternated back and forth be-
tween the two teams each quarterback
resorting to the punting game severall
imes with the Reserve kicker having
3lightly the best of the argument.
'Capon and Roby had difficulty in
iercing the scrub line for any ap-
irociable gains during the first 10
ninutes, the Reserve forwards fight-
ng stubbornly for every foot of
ground. This went to such an extent
hat th~e Varsity lost the ball on the
scrubs one yard line after successive
bucks had failed. It was at this point
hat the first string line looked weak-
est.
Malkes Passes Good
More forward passes were complet-
ed by the Varity than has been the

SERVES 27-0 IN
TESTED SCRIMMA GE
case in many a day, with Roby andj
Knode doing the throwing and Keatley'
and Neisch on the receiving end. The.
first touchdown was accounted for by
a 25 yard heave from Roby to Keat-
ley. Knode registered the additional
point by a perfect drop kick' from the
15 yard line. The second sebre was
also registered by the air, route,
Knode picking Neisch for his target
in the midst of a number of Reserve
tacklers. The tall Varsity end made
a pretty catch on this play.- Knode
again d opkicked the goal for the
point. -I
Keefer Sparkles"
Keefer gave a brilliant exhibition
of broken field running, tearing
around the opposing ends, time and
again with a burst of speed that car-
ried him far beyond the enemy for-
wards. The trouble was in several
instances that the interference was
unable to keep ahead of him and the
sophomore back was laid low two or
three times when he would have had
a clear field with proper interfer-
ence.
Roby showed some clever running
in his off-tackle attempts, dodging and
twisting his way for considerable
ground after he had 'been apparently
stopped.Capponhabsolutely clove the
line on two or three of his line plung-
es, strewing the path of his advance)

Keene Fitzpatrick Declares Cross
Country Develops Distance Stars

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"Evey ygood'man that ever ran in, should have at least seven or eight i J ' "1me . St. nce 4K
the distance runs was developed, good men in every event. A coach
y ard, cannot hope for more than three or
mainly through a few years ofhad four stars; and, furthermore, they do Opening dance at the Woodman,
work at cross-country," said Keene, not ( ;all thatdis necessary to have a Hall.-Adv. -
Fitzpatrick, member of the faculty in, winning team. The men who finish
the Summer Coaching school and, second and third are the men 'who win
Varsity track coach here fr'om 1894, meets. Teams have often won most
to 1910, in an interview here sev- f the first places but have lost through
eral weeks ago. inability to pile up a number of second
and third 'points.
Develops Dis-a ce Stars "Some men are naturally faster than
"Cross-country is the best asset others at the outset of the seasons and
that distance men have. During the. I always divide my men into twol
long grind of a cross-couintry race I: squads, the fast and the slow. I alJ A ttractibe in Style,
have seen the men's ability brought ways give men as much time as they and Pice
out most truthfully. This has given, need, for I am willing to give each in-
me material with which to work and, dividual man as much time as he is
to it I attribute much of my success. willing to give me.. The more men .00
I have taken men, just common ord, you have out the more material is
nary men who never had any inclina- available.
tion to run in high or prep school, "The case always is that there are
put them through two years of good more good men in the University who
consistent cross-country running, and, could run than there are out compet-
at the height of their running in thb ing for positions. How can they do
third season they have often turned in: anything or even attempt to find out
scores of 1:55 in the half mile and .40 if they can do anything, if they never
fiat in the 440. come out or make no attempt at the
"Cross-country cannot be stresse( game? Too often members of the
too much. For 25 years English run- student body at large do not realize
ners could beat anything in the United, that they are the ones who zoUld turn
States at any distance above the 440. a one point defeat into an overwhelm-
The simple reason for this was that ing victory.
their long runs and game of hares and Lands Ferry Field
hounds builth eseericansmusclere to a "There is no bete athletic eip ON THE SECONI
able to reach. Seeing this situation, ment in the world than at Ferry field.
the American' coaches took up cross- When the new Field House is.cor-
country running. pleted it will be the biggest thing in
an athletic way in this country and
Cites Cornell. will help Michigan's sports more 'than
"Cornell was among the first schools. 50 per cent. We will not have any-
to take up the then new kind of run- thing in the East to compare with it.''
ning. Today they have between 300 Michigan has the material to justify
and 500 runners out for their cross the building of the athletic plant.
country team every fall. One has only The problem is just to get it out.
to look over Cornell's track records There are hundrej. of men around.
for the last decade to see that this Fitzpatrick's gr at theory In run-
style of running has produced results ning is to imbue the spirit in his men
that are unquestionable. Those re- that will not let-the other fellow know
sults and the ones obtained at other that you are tired. He tells his meii to
colleges of prominence in the East always b~elieve that they are as goodOu Ea
have caused me to believe absolutely as their opponents. Our Eat
in cross-country as a builder of long "Schools have their lean and their
distance runners." fat years and the best that any coach Our Ca eteria
Speaking of the personnel of a track can wish for is to get his share of the
team Fitzpatrick said, "A good team victories," Fitzpatrick concluded. Our Pasri
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with fallen tacklers. Cappie seems
to be hitting the line even harder, if
such athing is possible, than he did
last fall when he was feared by
eevry line in the Conference.
Knode gave a clever exhibition all
afternoon, displaying good judgment
in his selection of plays and kicking
and passing cleverly. His running was
the best he has turned in this season,
breaking away several times for good
gains. The third touchdown was reg-
istered by the signal caller on an end
run from, the "six yardf stripe. He
failed to goal. The fourth touchdown
was scored by Roby, who broke
through right tackle, and, in one of
the feature plays of the afternoon, ran
30 yards for the score.
Reserves Fooled.
The Varsity pulled a surprise on the
Reserves on the try for goal following
the last touchdown. Roby stood in
position to make a place kick. As
the ball was passed thecscrub line-
men came tearing through followed
by the backs to block the kick. Roby
steped to one side and passed the ball
to Neisch, who was standing just over
the goal line with not an opponent
within five yards of him.

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