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SUNDAY, AUGUST 11, 1929
SEND 60 INVITATIONS[
TO GRIDIRON PLAYERS
FOR SEASON TRAINING=
KIPKE AS NEW HEAD COACH
ISSUES CALL TO MEET
HERE SEPT. 15
12 VETERANS ASKED BACK
Truskowski, Draveling, 'Simrall Are
Among Lettermen Expected
As Team's Backbone
Sixty men have received invita-
tions to report for the football team
here Sept. 15th. The first of these;
invitations were issued early this
week following a conference of I
Head Coach Harry Kipke with the'
other coaches.
Some added invitations will be
given, and the squad Coach Kipke
leads out ontot Ferry Field on Sep-
tember 16th, six weeks from next'
Monday, will total about 70 men.
Football practice at Michigan, at
least, will not start on a Sunday.
As the roll is made up at this
time, Kipke has an even dozen of a
the veterans of the last years cam-
paign, although one of these,
Straub, is with the baseball team on
its way to Japan. He will have alsoD
14 men who saw service either as n
substitutes on the Varsity or as a
members of the junior Varsity and R
Sophomore teams. The Junior Var- T
perience as the Varsity last year
lacking one game and several of ga
its members were given spcial at- De
tention by the coaches during the Ho
spring training season. Ri
Twelve Letter Men ue
As the list is made up at present Jo
the letter men are Captain Trus-
kowski, Draveling and Cornwall,
ends; Poorman, sub-tackle; Poe Go
and Steinke, guards; Simrall and Gi
Straub, quarterbacks; Dahlen, Sp
Wheeler and Holmes, halfbacks and Gn
Gembin, fullback.
Other men who were members
of the Varsity squad last year in-'
elude Parker, guard; Sherwood,
center; McBride, halfback, and
Hughes, fullback.
By positions, the men included
in the first list of invitations in-
lude 14 ends, 8 tackles, 10 guards,
5 centers and 5 quarterbacks, 11
halfbacks and 6 fullbacks. Much
of the squad is new material as 24
of the men on the list are Soph-
omores. Seventeen are junior$,
many of these not having been
members of the football squad be-
fore, while 18 classify as Seniors.
The list to whom invitations
have been sent, classified by posi-
tions, follows:
Ends
Gordon Andrea, Yale; Vagn
Christensen, New York, N. Y.; F.
M. Cornwell, Grand Rapids; Nor-
man Daniels, Detroit; Wesley Bier-
berger, Great Falls, Montana; Leo
Draveling, Port Huron; Nyol R.1
Hayes, Grosse Isle; Wm. Hewitt,
Bay City; Wm. Jones, Bay City;
Murray V. Mosser, Detroit; John
Renner, Youngstown, Ohio; Girard
Ricketts, Covington, Ky.; Jay Stik-
kenga, Muskegon; Joseph Trus-
kowski, Detroit.
Tackles
Howard J. Auer, Bay City; Mil-
ton E. Bergman, Clarence, N. Y.;

Henry E. Bloney, Toledo, Ohio; Ed-
ward Hayden, Chicago, Ill.; Wal-
lace Miller, Willmette, Ill.; Edwin
Poorman, Chicago Heights, Ill.;
Thomas Roach, Grand Rapids;
Thorwald Sorensen, Marquette.
Guards
Carl J. Bauer, Jr., Saginaw; Wm.
Gitman, Dayton, Ohio; Melvin
Jones, Toledo, Ohio; Robert Mor-

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