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VARSITY M ATERIAL UNCOVERED
KS OF FRESHMAN FOOTBALL SQUAD
TO SEE ACTION
west Players Among Yearlings Are
Schooled In Enemy Plays To
Use Against Regulars
LINEMEN SHOW PROMISE
Stock in the Varsity football
teams. in future years has risen
considerably of late due to the very
creditable performance of this
year's freshman grid squad. Ac-
cording to Coach Ray Fisher of the
first year men there are a large
number of potential Varsity candi-
dates among the yearling football
With a week of scrimmage out of
the way Coach Fisher, with the as-
sistance of Coaches Miller and
Flora, has seeded out a group of 30
of the more experienced men for,
the freshman "A" squad. These
men have been tutored in Indiana
and Ohio State plays, and have of-
fered invaluable opposition in the
Although they have not as yet
been drilled in pass defense, in
which they are noticeably weak,
they have demonstrated power de-
fensively against the best Coach
Wieman has to offer. Considerably
heavier than the average yearling
sqquad of past years, experience
seems tobekthe essential most no-
Ends Are Weak Point
Good linemen are abundant with
a probability of a first team for-
ward wall averaging 190 pounds
from tackle to tackle. Numerous
guards, tackles, and centers are,
available, and it is these positions,
which seem the best taken care of.
The end positions, however, are not
having shown much promise as yet..
Flankmen seem to be running a
trifle light in comparison to rest of
In the backfield conditions seem.
to shape up much the same way as
the ends. About a half dozen back:
have shown up to considerable ad-
vantage in the scrimmages, with
Morrison, 210-pound fullback from
Royal Oak, drawing the most at-
tention from the coaches.
(By Associated Press)
EAST LANSING, Oct. 17-When
Michigan State College meets its
first important intersectional op-
ponent here Saturday in the form,
of a powerful Colgate eleven, foot-
ball fans may see four ends in the
Spartan lineup at the same time.
The possibility was revealed in
practice Tuesday when Coach
Harry Kipke shifted Fogg, Jackson
boy, who has been a reserve end
all year, to Joslin's tackle. If Fogg
goes to a tackle in the opening
lineup Saturday, he will be flanked
by Christensen, another end, at
the other tackle position with Capt.
Hornbeck and Anderson holding
down the regular wing berths.
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show you several new oxfords just
in. They are the latest.
Colgate's plays and formations
were presented by a freshman squad
to the anxious- Spartans for the
first time Tuesday. Scouts have
pointed to deception as a great
asset of the Colgate atack. With
the freshmen revealing all kinds of
formations and trick plays the
varsity for the most part was suc-
cessful in repulsing the offensive.
On several occasions, however,
deep gains into the Spartan defense
were registered by the yearlings.
Kipke continued' to drill his men
on place kicks and passing, the
two greatest weaknesses found in
the State offense. With the ex-'
ception of Joslin and Fogg, the
first team linup was the same that
was put into play against the Chi-
cage Y last Saturday. Althoughr
Hitchings has returned to scrim-
mage following injuries, Dill. con-!
tinued to occupy his abandoned
CARDS DECLARE DIVIDEND
(B y Associated Press)d d
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 17-A dividend
of 20 per cent has been declared by
stockholders of the St. Louis Card-
inal baseball club. Sam Breadon,
president, will receive $30,000 of the
$50,800 to be distributed.
WOLVERINE.S DRIL I R BUCKEYES .Imm.TtI?1uman umimu tmn
DESPITE RAIN AND SODDEN FIELD
(Continued from Page 6) single weak point in the Wolverine
Just who this aGaition will be, it forward wall.
is difficult to say.Previous to the scrimmage, the '= 0/
squad went through a preliminary
The makeup or the line appears drill inside the field house. Aft*r
to be practically certain, with no the backs had alternated in run-
change except the substitution of ning through a number of the new=9
Howard Poe at guard for George plays, Totzke and Holmes each toolk
Squier anticipated. Poe's leg in-, a turn at punting with the other
jury appears to be healed now, and backs blocking out inrushing line-!-
his presence should strengthen the men.
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