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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

One of the outstanding f
the 1922 Varsity football sq
predominance of men wh(
ready made a place for the
the Michigan hall of ath
through the medium of othe
of Varsity sport or who at
in some pastime other tha
game.
Includel among the lead
dates for backfield berths
current number are at least
who have made the coveted
other branch of sport or h
most perfect chance to do
the year.. What is morei
the fact that these men are
figure heads in the other
which they, have participate
been stars.
t teritz, who seemsitg~ob(
bet, for theq uarterback a
this fall, is captain-elect of t
baseball nine for nex4 spri
one of the cleverest shortst
Big Ten. During the past
paigns he has been one of
feared batsmen on the.Michi
and in addition is a fast n
base paths. and a heady
from every angle. He W
ably be the choice of criti
short field berth on any all-
selection. Utz is also a

?n W olverine Grid for himself in baseball by the time he
?n Woverin Gridgraduates.
7Lne a o jAlthough they have not yet had an
E x e In O t erI JpUIrts opportunity at any other sport, Steger
and Keefer, sophomore back field
of Kipke placed himself in t candidates, possess reputations as
featuresofpacnthethree stars in other branches. Steger is a
uad is the class, entered only by Duke Dunne track man who in prep circles around
) have al- and Joe Karpus during the last few Chicago was considered exceptionally
mselves in years. In each of these sports he was brilliant. Here in the Waterman gym
letic fame an element to be considered, one of track workouts early last winter the
ileic amethe men who was feared because of
r branches h pensto starn things sophomore star equalled the marks of
esteclhis propensity for starting thns the best sprinters the all-fresh squad
least excel In addition to his football work; h etsrnes h l-rs qa
n the grid nn shad to offer. In addition he is said to
Doug Roby has been a member of be a basketball and baseball player of
the Varsity baseballteam for the past more than ordinary ability.
ling candi- two seasons 'and has proven one of Keerwsam brofteDyn
on Yost's the hardest hitters in college baseball. Keefer was a member of the Dayton
seven men T earst hit tern e beball. Steele high school basket ball team,
Two years ago he alternated between which was one of the leading con-
M in some the outfield and the catching work but tenders o e o titledfor three
ave an al- last spring was definitely settled in tears ferathe hh rale fr
so within left field. His work on the gridiron hes basketball work as for his grid
unusual is needs little comment, his line plung- sktion he ade all-fresh
not merely ing, passing and general all around numerals on the diamond last spring
sports in play last fall being one of the out- numwas on the ight st in
:d but have sadn etrso ihgnspa and was one of the bzright 'spots in the
thvStandig features of Micig an'- play.' yearling array. He will probably re-
if injuries had spared Cappon during port for both these teams later in the
e" t1he 'list the least two winters he would havoe season.
assignment undoubtedly been hailed as one of thj seasn._
he Varsity great guards in Conferenco basket.
lag and is ball history. Fast, strong and willing
ops in the to work in the gam.( his lo:,s has been
two cam- a great blow to Mather's hampion-
the most ship hopes for two years. In footballE
igan lineup Cappie's versatility has beoe, attested
nan on the by the fact that in two years' service
performer he has played end, tackle, and half Michigan's Varsity Tennis commit-
ould prob- back and warranted mythical all-star tee composed of Dr.A.s . Lee, chair-
£5 for the consideration at each position. ,
rl....1 .J..d--, !man M naat~i' ±Vr ei a1u-.7 0 -4-4-

BUCKEYE SQUAD
APPEARS STRONG
Coach Wilce Working With Captain
Pixley, Young and Workman
Brothers as Nucleus
PILLS OTHER VACANCIES WITH
1921 FRESIIMEN AND RESERVES
With but three more weeks before
the first Conference game, and faced
by the loss of members of last year's
team Coach Wilce is working night
and day trying to whip into shape a
good Buckeye team. With Capt.
"Butch" Pixley, "Tee" Young, the
Workman brothers, and Isabel as a
core, he has already managed to
gather together an outfit that makes
hope run high among the O. S. U.
fans.
With the veteran Pixley back at his
old job of guard and "Tee" Young,J
center on last year's team, shifted to
tackle, Wilce is filling up the other
line vacancies with men from the
1921 All-frosh and reserve elevens.
With Meyers gone, much discussion
has arisen over the end position.
Forette and Elgin, two sophomore
stars, are practcally sure of jobs on
the wings unless "Dopey" Workman
is taken from his present position at
quarter. Ilonaker, last year's regu-
lar, also is making a strong fight for
an end berth.
Young Changed to Tackle
r Young, shifted-over to tackle from
his old job at center, will fill the va-
cancy left by Captain Huffman's
graduation, while Petcoff, formerly a
reserve, will hold down the other
tackle position. Captain Pixley, and

Kutler, a sophomore from Cleveland -
who has been doing brilliant work in
recent scrimmages, have their jobs at
right and left guards practically as-
sured.
The middle of the line is giving the
coach considerable anxiety. With
Young shifted over to tackle no one
seems to be able to fill the position
with any degree of dependability. At
the present time Pauley, utility center
last year, appears to be the probable
selection, but .many dopesters thinkl
that Pauley will take the place of
Young at tackle, while he will go
back to his old position at center.
Should Be Big Ten Contender
If any kind of a line is built up
the Ohio team should be a strong con-
tender for Conference honors. The
backfield, composed of the Workman
brothers, Isabel, and Michaels, all of
whom are veterans, is one of the
strongest in the Conference. "Hoge"
Workman, playing at halfback, is a'
player with a real triple threat. His
brother, "Dopey," is sure of a berth
at either quarterback or end. Both of
these men have wrought havoc in
Conference football for the last two
years and are Wilce's strongest bets
for successful kicking and passing!
offenses. Isabel, at halfback, is one
of the greatest kickers and passers
in the Big Ten. Last year during the
Michigan game punting the oval from
his own 15 yard line -he placed the-
ball in such a way that it rolled over1
the Michigan goal line. The back- I
field is rounded out with Michaels at
fullback. Although he has not been
OVERALLS
Jor Tien G.Sqnce. iffg

a regular before this esason he is and
exceptional player. Ohio's back-
field is composed entirely of players
who are strong at both offense. and
defense and with a good line to clear
their way they will be hard men for
their opponents to stop.
Fountain Pens that will keep you
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Gun and Blade To Meet October 12
The Gun and Blade club will hold
its first meeting October 12 according
to Wilfred Hocking, 24L, president, in-
stead of October 5, as previously an-
nounced.
Dance at Jim Burke's Whitmore
Lake Dancing Pavilion Saturday night
from 8:30 to 11:30.-Adv.
COMIMt3
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basketball

man of no mean ability,
member of the Varsityi
winter until pressure of
forced 'bim to rgtire.

and was a
quintet last
other work

I{Ipke Three S1rott Man
Kipke, who is one of the cleverest
backfield performe'rs on a western
gridiron today, accomplished a feat
last year during his first year of
Varsity competition, which few other-
Michigan men have been able to do.
By playing a strong game at forward
on Mather's court five and covering.
center field ,on the baseball team.

man, manager vlerkel and Captain
Knode Is Bsebahi Star Rorick'of the Varsity squad have ar-
Another all-star performer is Bob ranged a list of those men who will
Knode, at present calling signals for rangedaitt o thseomeVwoill
the Varsity and a sure bet for a back- or or the re of the all
field position at some stage of the big s
games. After making the football M sesn.
last year Knode turned his attention These men will have cards issued
to baseball and proved a worthysuc- to them which they will be compelled
cessor to his brother Mike, who played to present to (roundkeejer hood in
his last football and basebal games order to flay on the coutrs reserved
for Michigan three years ago. Knode for Varsity.
was generally considered the cleverest No other persons than the follow-
first baseman in the Conference last ing men will be allowed to play on
spring and led the Varsity in hitting. these courts: Rorick, Merkel,t Sans
With two years of baseball ahead of chez, eman, Klein, Gregory, P. Je-
him, Knode should have made a place rome, Rock, Dunakin, H-lodgeman,
Shaffer, Zook, Siegal, Brick, Corbett
Tracy and hlames.

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NEW GOLF COURSE
OPEN TO STUDENTS
Students of, the University who are
interested in playing golf have at
last found a place where they may
use their clubs while the present fall
weather lasts.
Through the courtesy of the officials
of the Washtenaw County Country
club University men may have the
use of that course any time at the
fee of one dollar a day. This course
is on the road between Ann Arbor
and Ypsilanti and is considered anm
exceptionally good links. It is third
oldest in the' state.
Dance at Jim Burke's Whitmore
Lake Dancing Pavilion Saturday night

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FOR RENT-Room for two and room-
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steam heat, dormitory and sleeping
porch. Also garage for rent. At
736 Forest Ave. 6-2
FOR RENT-Double room for stu-
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FOR RENT-Rooms for men. Also
roommate wanted. Steam heat.
Plenty of hot water. Phone 1194-M.
422 E. Washington. 5-3
FOR RENT-Two very desirable
double rooms, one a front room;
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campus. 719 Tappan. 4-3
FOR RENT-Excellent large room
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block from Union and campus. 715
Monroe St. . 5-2
FOR RENT--Furnished house school
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Owner reserves rooms. 1104 Pros-
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FOR RENT-Bedroom and study with
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Division .corner William St. 5-2
FOR REN'-Suite for three or for
two; reasonable. ,311 Thompson.
Two blocks from campus. 4-3,
FOR RENT-Rooms for men. Large
double room. Steam heat. Phone

WANTED
WANTED-Every student who ex-
pects to rent a typewriter during the
school year to wait until Monday,,
Oct. 2, when Mr. Moran's office, room
2, second floor, 711 - N. University
Ave., will be open and some bar-
gains in T. W. rentals and sales
will be offered. 4-4
WANTED-Roommate. Fine double
room. Across from Engineering
Arch. Call evenings. 1103 S. Uni-
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FOR SALE
FOR SALE-Two oak didi'ng room
tables, 12 feet by 3 feet 8 inches.
Good condition. Call house man-
ager 397. - 5-2
FOR SALE-.32Smith and Wesson
hammierless; brand new condition.
$10.00.' E. D. Blain, 1213Si.Ntate St
FOR SALE-A four shelf book case
for $4.00. Phone 384-M or inquire
at 309 E. Catherine St. 6-1
FOR SALE-One Ditson Cornet. Call
Saturday afternoon, 42 Tpompson
St. '6-1.
FOR SALE-Royal typewriter in A-i
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MISCELLANEOUS
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being furnished with new beds.
Fourdouble rooms at reasonable
prices. One block from campus.
908 Monroe~ St. Phone 2563-R. 5-3
PIANO TUNING-Specialist cln repair-
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715-J. Victor A. Allmendinger, 418
N. Divlsion st., Tuner for University
School of Music. 1-6
BOARD by the week for young ladies.
For a limited number. Less than a
block from the campus. Try it.
Phone 849-R. 6-
LARGE well furnished double. room.
$6.00. Seven houses south of
campus. Phone 1602-W. 637 Oak-
land Ave. 6-2
BOARD-Plans for five more 'girls.
Home cooking. Also suite of rooms
for two girls. 2375-M, 903-Mary St.
5-2
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