SUNDAY, AUGUST 13, 1922
OUTLOOK HOPEFUL Uteritz, Roby, and some of the others
FOR G R I D SQUAD are able to do the booting, while Goeb-
el may be called back to punt as well
as to do the place kicking. How-
(Contiuued from Page One) ever, some one else may develop be-
that he was kept there and will no fore the season begins.
doubt stand back of the line during the Fight Will Claim Victoryt
coming season. The 1922 Varsity has a fine back-
Kipke thetother half was handicap- field, capabletends withtplenty of sub-
ped during the entire season by a bad stitutes for these positions and oneY
shoulder and played during the latter tackle, but threesother regulars must
games with it in a cast. Even with this be found for the center of the line and
holding him down he was ranked several good substitutes for these po-1
among the best in the middle west. sitions must be on the squad. Wheth-I
"Doug" Roby the regular fullback dur- er Yost can do this depends on the
ing the latter games last fall will be men themselves who will have to do
back again. His ability to pick holes a lot of work to prepare themselves.
in the opposing line seemed almost But 'the greatest of Michigan's as-
uncanny at times. Gunther gained sets is that fighting spirit, that de-9
quite a reputation on Ferry field for termination to play the game to the
line plunging but did not get into any end no matter how much ahead thep
games. Dunleavy played on the fresh- opponents are, which characterizes all
man team in 1920 and is a candidate Michigan teams. A fine example off
for either full or halfback. Searle was that spirit was shown in the Wis-
substitute halfback last fall and will consin game last year when the team1
be on hand again. "Herb" Steger, a held the Badgers to a 7 to 7 tie on
halfback on the freshman team last pure fight, when handicapped by in-
year, is out for a position and he has juries they went into the game fav-
quite a reputation to livb up to. Bra- ored by all critics to lose.c
sell, Foster, and .Heirholzer are oth- .
er backs who will report early.Cs gmoesteshdl t
K ipke a k o wi rst e aly. A nn A rbor on Oct. 7, and the follow - y
ipedid some kicking last fall and we h emtkso e
may be called on to punt again but ing week the team takes on a new
____________________________________opplon ent, Vanderbilt at Nashville.
With these two preliminary games
Michigan goes to Columbus to dedi-
cate the new Ohio State stadium in
- ( what will be one of the hardest fought
games of the season. Illinois and M.
A. C. will be taken on in successive
Saturdays and Nov. 11 is an open date.
On Nov. 18 Wisconsin comes here and
on Nov. 25 the team goes to Minneap-
olis for the last game of the season
s The schedule follows:
Oct. 7-Case at Ann Arbor.
Oct. 14-Vanderbilt at Nashville.
Oct. 21-Ohio State at Columbus.
Oct. 28-Illinois at Ann Arbor.
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