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STARS AND SUBSTITUTES ALIKE RECEIVE PRAISE AND TRIBUTE
Michigan football fans and students running back who has proved his im-
today pay tribute to fifteen men who portance in the last two grid ma-
common results of training received equalling of the values. In the lessons
will wear the blue uniforms for the
last time. At the close of today's
game, an all-American, many choices
for all-Conference honors and nation-
al recognition, substitutes who have
seen service irregularly, and others
who have not been in the big games
more than a few minutes, will put
aside the blue sweaters and the cleat-
ed shoes for good-n'arking the end
of their careers as football players,
The players who will be lost from
the squad by graduation are Captain
Oosterbaan, Baer, Gilbert, Palmeroli,
Gabel,gMiller, Puckelwartz, Heston,
Harrigan, Schoenfeld, Nicholson,
Grinnell, Babcock, Domhoff, and Hoff-
It is in the aggregate, not as in-
dividual players, that the passing of
these men makes their loss felt most
keenly. The graduation of such a
player as Oosterbaan, twice all-Amer-
ican, or of Gilbert, the kicking and
chines, will leave an open gap in the
front ranks of the team, but behind
this, in the ranks of the substitute
the loss will be just as great.
Today, it is along with Oosterbaan,
Gilbert, and' others who have had
glory and fane galore, that the fans
are placing the substitutes in bestow-
on a football squad. This is what1
every man gets. Then there is a
parting of the ways. The star, the
regular and the sensational players
go to their goals, the road prepared
and the way led by publicity. The
scrub, the 'substitute, and the playerj
who fails to break into the lineup goes'
a different way. His way is rough.
learned and in the value to the team,
to the school,' or to whonever they
have given their time, the substitutes.
are the real equals of the regulars.
It would take days of thinking of
experience men to formulate -he
good, the morals to be derived from
football. There is certainly one that
they would not miss in considerip;
ing their final tributes to the closing Yards of film are exposed on the the position of ,the substitutes and
of careers. Nicholson, Shoenfeld, Bab star while yards of adhesive are the that is the patience. Patience, above
cock, and the rest who have sat on scrubs' shares. all else, is the thing that they build
the bench many Saturday afternoons To all outward appearances there up. And this is particularly true of
are first today in the minds of loyal'is no balance between the value o this year's substitutes, since most of
followers of the Michigan teams. For the one group and the other. But in them have been on the squad for
it is' only on Saturdays that these the last analysis, which should be three years. Three years of intermit-
men sit on the benches. The other made earlier Than the last day on tent bench warming, but three years
five days of the week when footballjwhich these men play, there is an of regular scrimnmaging between Sat-
demands their services they are not
on the bench, but on the field scrim-
maging, taking the bumps from the
men on the first team.
Lessons in sportsm'anship, develop-
ment of an indomitable will and of
a "fighting spirit" are the main and
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urdays. Only six of the 15 men who
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last time are regulars. '
Sammy :Babcock, who came to
Michigan with a prep record on par
with Oosterbaan and Molenda, has
spent his last year on the squad as
a substitute. Babcock is one of fastest
rnen on the squad and an excellent
broken field runner. He played in the
first games of the season, bnt has
not been in th lineup since the Wis-
c1ni11 Puc kedwartz, until late was
one of the unknown heroes, who be-
ing a valuable man was kept in wait- ?
ing until his time came. It came in
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