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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

:v EN PLAY LASTOFHN 6M
higan Team Of 1924 Will Lack
Support Of Veterans In
Lineup
UIRIES. PREVENT THREE
PLAYING IN FINAL CONTEST
Vhen the final whistle is blown.
uing today's game with Minnesota,
en men will have ended their ca-
s as wearers of the Maize and
e on the gridiron.
aptain Kipke, Muirhead, Uteritz,
tt, VanderVoort, Curran, and
sch are the athletes who will be
by graduation next spring. Three
hese men will probably be denied
privilege of winding up their foot-
. careers in the last game of the
son. .Uteritz and Blott will certain-
be out of the lineup, and there is
e likelihood of the recovery of
iderVoort in time for the Gopher
Injuries have forced all these
n to the sidelines, and they will be
ipelled to watch their last game
members of the team from the

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nesota game from the sidelines. Jack1

of the great centers that have been and between the two, Michigan has
developed at Michigan." been safe from consistent gains off 1
Curnin Finiaies Strong tackle.
"Eddie Vandervoort is another one Neisch Back for Last Tilt
of the unfortunate stars who will be "Louie" Curran is compelting his
kept out of the game Saturday be- third year as a letter man. 'He has al-,
cause of injuries. There is a bare ways been a valuable end, and his
possibility that "Van" may be able work this season has been of a high
to start, but it is extremely doubtful. caliber. Troubled with a bad knee
The Iowa game was responsible for for several weeks, the Louisville boy
the big tackle's injury. This is the has kept going, and refused to let his
second time that Ed has been injured injury keep him from the game. In
seriously while playing for Michigan, the Wisconsin battle, Curran received
In the Ohio State game last year, he a gash in his lip which required five
suffered a broken arm in the first part stitches to close up. "Louie" is a hard
of the contest. "Van" has been Muir- worker, and a capable end. He gets
head's running mate for two seasons,, down under punts in fine fashion, Is

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1923,
a sure tackler, blocks well, and can Football tradition is in th^ making,
receive passes. and Michigan's team of the 1922 and -
LeRoy Neisch, another end, coin- 1923 have established the precedent
pletes the list of men who will be of a practically impregnable line be-
missing at th opening of next year's tween the ten yard line and the goal.
schedule. Neisch has already won two During the past two seasons, only
"M"s and is sure of a third letter this i three teams have crossed the Maize {
year. Tall and heavy, "Roy" is an ex- and Blue line, although the ball has
ceptionally fast man, which makes frequently been pushed within ten
him valuable as a flanker. He is a yards of the mark. This spirit of
sure, lard tackler, and his height en- holding an. opponent at close quarters
ables him to bring down passes with has become so much of a habit with
facility. Neisch took Curran's place the Wolverine teams that it bids fair
in the Wisconsin game, and played to become a tradition.
excellent football. He was injured
early in the season, but his return to It's true efficiency to use Daily
condition is a help to the squad. I Classifieds.-Adv.

Kipke Nationally Famous
Gaptaln H'arry Kipke will wind un a
ctacular gridiron career in Satur-
y's contest. Coming to Michigan
1920, backed up by a brilliant high
pool record, the Lansing boy started
t football at Michigan as a member
the freshman squad in that year
om the very beginning, Harry show-
the makings of a star. His sopho-
ire year he made the Varsity with
se, and from that time on he ha
n one of the greatest backs ever
an at Michigan. Last season he
sched the heights sought for by
ry collegiate football player,'when
was placed on Walter Camp's first
-American team. At the close of
s 1922 season, Kipke unanimously
cted captain for the current season
) has led the team to seven consecu-
e victories this year, in which his
frk has been one of the main fac-
's. As a triple threat man, Harry
s few equals in the country. H
a sure, hard tackler, and a real
ader. His modest, quiet demeanor
s made him the friend of the entire
ident body.
'Stan" Muirhead, star tackle for
tee successive years, will also play
clast game for Michigan Saturday
tan" entered school with Kipke, and
de the team his sophomore year.
ways a steady, reliable player, the
tackle has been a tower of strength
Sthe Wolverin line throughout each
his three years of play. Critics con-
Ler hi mto be one of the outstanding
.emen of the present season.
Uteritz Ends Career
Jteritz is one of the best quarter-
cks ever developed at Michigan, ac-
rding to Coach Yost. His oppor-
ity came in 1921 when "Ted" Bank,
o was the first string pilot at that
me, was injured, and "Utz" was sent
to take his place. The little Oak
rk boy finished the season as reg-
Vr pilot, and has held the position
er since. Last season, his play was
ch as to give him a position on
alter Camp's third all-American
am. Up 'to the time he was injured
the Marine game, his work was of
even higher caliber. Besides be-
g one of the best field generals in
e country, Uteritz is the best passer
the squad, He has been one of the
st important cogs in the now-fam-
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