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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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IDATES FIGHT FOR POSITIONSS
AS ERYTANNPEIDES

Dodgers Stop
Dazzy's Streak

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TIGER RUINYANK
Monday Games Fall to Clhange Margin
Between Ainerican Leagne
Leaders
BROOKLYN BEATS CUBS AND
GOES INTO TIE WITh GIANTS

MANY PREP STARS
Uather Issues Call for Yearling
Football Candidates
Today
OOSTERBAAN, COURT STAR, {
LISTED AMONG PROSPECTS1

Search Ranks of
r Linemen; Backs
Good

Arospeets
Are

KER STARS IN FIRST
GRIDI SCRIMMAGE OF YEARI
higan's Varsity football squad
osed of candidates invited back
arly season practice will start
ar practice today after a week of
ing conditioning with a scrim-
at 4 o'clock this afternoon on
*field.
ce the first practice of the sea-
ield the morning Sept. 15, the
has been driven through twoJ
ns of training a dlay. As a fin-
touch to the early training per-
3members of the squad engaged
scrimmage Saturday afternoon,
gulars winning 14-0 after a hard'
. A long run of 65 yards by
r and a pass, Parker to Dom-
were responsible for the win-
touchdowns while Captain Herb,
r booted two goals for the ex-

If Michigan's system is to remain in-
tact this season two good tackles'
must be found. Hall, a sophomore,
Edwards, the fastest of Michigan's
linemen, Flora, Kunow and Babcock
:re the best prospects so far. The
last two are veterans but with thel
sophomores fighting for their posi-
tions, they are having to show every-
thing they have to keep their advan-
tage in the race for positions.
Slaughter, Steele, and White, all
veterans look good at the guard posi-
tions and although their competition
will be keen they should see regular
service in the first games of the sea-
son. Bob Brown has been the best
looking candidate for the center posi-
tion so far and although he lacksl
weight has displayed enough talent
to give him an edge on. the job. Last
season he saw service after Blott's
injury.

FRESHMAN F0OTBALL
Freshman football practice
will start at 3 o'clock this aft-
ernoon at Ferry field. All fresh-
men must see me this morning
at the Yost field house for
equipment.
. EDWIN J. MATHER,
Coach.
RESERVE FOOTBALL
Reserve football practice will
start this afternoon at Ferry
field. All players must see me
for equipment. A H
hRAY FISHER,
1 ~Coach.1

If Northwestern figures in the Con-
ference title race this season, Mich-
igan will be largely responsible. Ir-
win Uteritz and "Duke" Dunne, both
former Michigan stars are assisting
Coach Glenn Thisltethwaite to mold
a formidable team. Dunne is coach-
ing the linemen, while Uteritz is
working with the quarArbacks.
The University of Illinois and the
U. ofsM., were the only Conference
schools to figuire in the scoring in
the Olympic track and field events.
Illinois led all colleges with a total
of 35 points, while Michigan garner-
ed 13.
Washington is so confident of win-
ning the American league pennant
that work has been started on the
stands to increase the seating capac-
ity to 40,000.

Competition Keen'
a result of the week of early
ce the fight for positions on the
has narrowed down to two or
men in each case and by the'
f another week a regular elevenI
robably be formed from the
squad of prospects. Every
n on the team has a number of
candidates working for it and
the performance of the men in
scrimmage Saturday afternoon,
he most optimistic of the coach-
mitted that the men were play-
mal football.
lhg the present week the coach-
11 continue to devote their at-
a to individual work, although
nages will be more frequent
now on. The backfield candi-
as usual are plentiful and the
es will not be faced with as
problem in selecting the regular
as they will in choosing line-
Linemen are also plentiful in
ichigan camp this year, more so'
bly than at any time before in
years, but the loss of Blott,
rvoort, Muirhead, Curran, and
1will leave a good many holes
filled inthe forward wall,
as there will be regular backs
e care of the places left by
Kipke and Uteritz.
Coaches Seek Ends
ng the past week the end posi-
have been given the most con-
ion of any on the team. Dutch:
i, a veteran from last year, willM
btedly be in his old position'
ear while the other end seems
a bone for contention between
Madsen, Keller and Munz.
e Grube, the stocky full back
year's team has been showing
11 on the wing and although he
considerablerin size, is likely to
regular berth.
tackle positions are also get-
lot of attention from the coach-
andervoort and Muirhead, last
tackles were considered the
air in the West and as a re-1
large part of the defense and
offense were built around them.

Good Pilots Avila'le
Tod Rockwell and Domhoff will
probably pilot the team for the first
few games. Rockwell can punt, pass,
and run to perfection, and bids fair
to take Harry Kipke's place. Dom-!
hoff is heady and is good on both ends
of a pass. Captain Herb Steger isF
going better than ever in the halfback
position. His open field running is
superior to what he showed early last
year and he passes and kicks field
goals as well as he runs. Red Mil-,
ler will undoubtedly be the fullbackl
this season. Last year he failed to
show what was expected of him until
he found himself in the Iowa game.
Later in the season he was one of the
most dependable men in the Michigan
backfield.
To Fred Parker go the honors of
the early training season. His 65
yard run in the scrimmage Saturday
was a fitting climax to his work all
during the week previous. Parker
Is a fine punter, an excellent passer,
and a fast, tricky runner. He has
been keeping up with Tod Rockwell
on the kicking game and should be
one of the most valuable men on the
squad by the end of the season..

By coming out of their lethargy Varsity stars in the making will
with a vengeance, the Detroit Tigers take the field today when Coach Math-
practically destroyed the hopes of er holds the initial football practicej
Miller Huggins for a fourth consecu- for freshman candidates on Ferry
tive pennant in the American league, field, prep luminaries from all sec-
when they made a clean sweep of tions of the land having signified
their series with the New York Yanks their intentions of clashing for berths
which ended Sunday. on the yearling squad.
Their own chances spoiled by their From Detroit comes Sammy Bab-
defeats at the hands of Connie Mack's cock, all-state back from Northwest-
Athletics, the Detroit aggregation ern, Domenic Sullo, crack lineman
took out their spite on the Yanks, from Detroit Eastern, "Bo" Molenda,
with the -result that the Washingon star from Northwestern, Armstrong,
Senators are practically certain to Bokelman and Grinnell. Ray Smith,
wind up the race in first place. Pitch- of Detroit, who played at Carnegie
ing Leonard, Collins, and Whitehill Tech last year, is also expected to
in the three games, Cobb led his don a uniform.
team to consecutive victories in the Bennie Oosterbaan, all-state end and
three-game clash, and put the last star basketball player at Muskegon,
year's champions two full games be- will be out for an end berth, while
hind the Washington club, which has James Oade, Lansing high lineman,
been maintaining a hot pace. The Marvin Packard and Gaylord Grang
Senators helped their own cause by er, ofdMorenci, George Bissett of
defeating the St. Louis Browns, 6-4 Wyandotte and Lynwood Haskins.
in seven innings Sunday. Aided by formerly of Oklahoma but now of De-
Zachary's good pitching, a lucky trip- troit, are other Michigan prep stars.
ple by McNeely, a home run by Gos- Leonard Gionfala and Lodringus
lin, and an error by George Sisler, the Royden come from Ted Banks' Pat-
league leaders practically cinched terson, La., eleven. Frank Healy and
their title for the year. Don Maresch from the Cedar Rapids
Yesterday's results failed to change crack eleven, while four Toledo Waite
the positions of the two teams, as men, Dunn, Bailey, Limerick and
Washington trimmed the Chicago Trumbull, are expected to work un-
White Sox, 8-3, with Walter John- der Coaches Mather and BArker.
son on the mound, while the Yankees Other prep stars are. Edward Land,
defeated Cleveland, 10-4. Detroit William McFatridge and Harry Kane,
kept up its winning streak by beat- of Chicago; Charles Johnson, of Iron-
ing Boston, 9-1, Herman Pillette wood, Mich.; Louis Kelly of Duluth,E
holding th eRed Sox to four hits. Minn.; Edward Lavoy, of Syracuse, N.
The race is even tighter in the Na- Y.; Fred Moffett, of Berkeley, Calif.;
tional league. By defeating the Chi- John Ninan, of Ottumwa, Ia.
cago Cubs, 2-1, yesterday, Wilbert
Robinson's Brooklyn club climed into Harold Grange, Illinois' All-Amer
a tie for first with the Giants, who
were forced to remain idle on account ican halfback, kept in training dur-
of rain e ing the summer carting ice in
his home town, Wheaton, Ill.

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Star of the Brooklyn Dodgers'
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an 11 inning contest, 5-4, behind Earl
Cooper.

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FOOTBALL NOTICE

Earl Martineau, Minnesota's foot-
ball captain and All-American half-
b)ack last fall, will be head football
coach at Western StatehNormal col-
lege at Kalamazoo, Mich., this fall.
Bill Spaulding, Minnesota coach, was
at Kalamazoo before taking up his
duties at Minneapolis.

Try-outs, for assistant foot-
ball managerships should report
at 2 o'clock today at the Yost
Field house. Sopohomores and
men having three years in the I
University are eligible.
FOOTBALL MANAGER.-
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MANAGER TRYOUTS

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All cross country tryouts for
assistant manager will meet at
3 o'clock or after, every day this
week at the Yost Field house.
E. N. HARTWICK, '25,
Manager.

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Harry Kipke, Michigan's nine let-
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