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September 27, 1927 - Image 6

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By Clarelnce ' t"(elsoll
Ineludeod among the 48 surviving ILinemlen are a ltle more plei -
candidates for the Varsity eleven are fill; abOS, slightly miore corpiileill.
18 green sophomores, some promising Cregot, tlie «iaiaw tackle, is thze
4,1:1 Oiler-,not so pron~is img. At any al sihalloughe i mre la
rt. otiE of the '30 men has alreaazy r19d p01111415 ,y igmtes luau
eared imslf ~ (istnctve ep~a- th e teran (clabel, .01o threatens
tit)Il. t jjbe the ony X40_ IpOunder aiail-
aiid ceae; lip hfti'a it., 3if diii "Freaky" Flajole (two or three syl-
44I~V~ sighiy aqu~iueilab~les) brought along his boon com-
f'tlj 44 a~i ~~ panion from Bay City, End Carter,
('it Yoth viti ri CCII2 ~ who used to play side by each with
him back at high school.
As far as football ability is con-
cernedl "Freaky" is just slightly more Those boys ought to fliake a
than ordinarily goodl, but an1ybody w11;0 goo~d pair if workinig together
actually gains two full pounds in one 112115aiythinug near as muche~ as
work-out should be singular'ly dubbed." itdi for the iFranklin bbasketball
teaim which enrolled intact fromI
And two muon 1at the scales the same Hoosier secontdary
caught the guard prospect at 176 school.
anid 178 pounds in that order damr-
iug the day, after a three-hour Two of the very best prospects
drill., however, ride to their homes in "dear
Ann Arbor town' every night now that
Only six of the 18 are backfield per- the complete automobile ban has heen
formers, Kanitz, Schwarze, Sins, Gets- lifted to the extent of providing Muiss-
ter, MciBride, andl Straub. Strangely es for tiredl scrimmnagers, injured *oe-
enough, none are fullbacks, all being sides.
listed at the halves except the Lake
Forest and Oklahoma entries, Stranb, Taylor and Bovard are a aihig
and McBride. valiant bids for regular positions,
Taylor, winner of the Chicago
aiAbongh Slowed up withwrench-
X anaitlz hals f r o tilMlila n, ed. ninlscies . At the flunlk berthl
Sehlwarze front Birniiigham, Mllieh. alumini trophy, has impressed
(not Runuiighaia,., Alabamt), Shine onlookers with his aggressiveness
from.Fredrkk, kiahnia, and n great all-round play.
Ceistert fromh the general region ___
.f Grnd Raids.Bovard, although only weighing 175
pounds, has long been recognized as
None o1r the backfield aspirants a possible center. To watch him is a
Corry, 11ny excess luggage,, all of them treat, for he has the faculty of just
scaling between :160 andi 172, wvhich "kinifing" the opposition iines ala Bob
weights it will be remembered were Brown, which means in football par-
those of Kipke and Friedman who real- lance, breaking through without bowl-
ly did turn out to be fair 'athletes, ing over the offensive linemen.

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burning the
midnight oil

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