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December 02, 1923 - Image 8

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The Michigan Daily, 1923-12-02

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&omes Here For
Concert Tuesday
(Continued from Page Six)
ever seen in the West. His passing
was accurate and he was practically a
stonewall on defense. His feat of scor-
ing the touchdown by which Michigan
defeated Iowa showed his ability at
following the ball. After passing the
pigskin back to Kipke for a drop kick
Blott went down under the boot and by
being awake and keeping his eyes on
the ball he was able to recover for
Michigan over the Hawkeye goalline.
The second team is somewhat more
distributed than that of the first team
f with more men from different schools
represented. In the backfield are
1Workman of Ohio State at quarter,
Grange of Illinois and Lidberg of Min-
nesota on the halves and Zorn of Chi-
cago at fullback. Workman who is a
triple threat man will do the kicking.
Both Grange. and Lidberg are consist-
Victor Kolar eht ground gainers. Grange was high
Assistant conductor of the Detroit man of the Conference in scoring while
y;iphony orchestra, who will, the or- Lidberg besides being a good man at
owatra i:, its ,ohcert here on Tuesday. I carrying the ball gave a wonderful ex-
i Rolar's fame as a conductor has hibition of interference for Martineau
prad beysud Detroit, and former ap- in all of the Minnesota games this
earance, hrl have won for him the year. He takes out a man when block-
tamp of An Arbor's approval for the ing and taht man stays out of the mix-
xcellence of his work. up until the whistle blows ending the
play. Zorn at Chicago in the fullback





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