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Of Sports

!II

1 the whistle blows starting tie
otball season a number of new
ill be ushered upon the Wolver-
diron, each ont trying to earn
.ch coveted "M". Weakened in
ckfield by the loss of Perrin,
and Jack Dunn, and on the line
absence of the two greatest
Yost has had in years, Goetz
'ieman, the Wolverine mentor
re every candidate a chance to
is ability, in an effort to find
'ho can be trained to fill the
left vacant by these lost stars.
Loss of Tackles a Blow
11 the line positions Coach Yost
large aggregation of sopho-
.opefuls and substitutes on last
Varsity. However the coach's
not an easy one for ,as he says,
like Goetz and Wieman don't
rery often." Michigan's great-
mgth last year lay in her "in-
defense," as it was described
SHIRTS

To
has
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by one of the other coaches. It was
chiefly due to the line that this de-
fense was able to operate and hold
its opponents to 21 points in seven
games. Goetz was one of the strong-
est cogs in the machine, but this year
a new man will be seen in the place
Gus has held for four seasons. Wie-
man's loss in the Illinois game cost
Michigan a chance at the title and
the big tackle's return to the line
against Minnesota was largely re-
sponsible for breaking up the Gopher
plays when they were threatening
Michigan's goal.
Perrin and Cohn alss will be miss-
ed in the backfield, while Jack Dunn
would fit in handily. Perrin was a
brilliant open field runner and his de-
fense work was always in evidence.
Against Illinois he repeatedly broke up
the Walquist to Carney combination.
Abe Cohn could be used either at end
or halfback.
No Ineligibility Danger
Michigan's prospects look reason-
ably bright, for one of the greatest'
obstacles has already been passed,
scholasite difficulties and ineligibility
Nearly all of the men on Yost's roll
have s'uccessfully passed the scholar-
ship bar and Will be competing for
positions on the Varsity. Forty-two
men have been called back for early
practice Sept. 15, and a host of oth-
ers will be out to secure positions on
the eleven when the University opens
Sept. 27.
On paper the aggregation which will
report to the Michigan mentors looks
to be strong in all departments, but
championships are not won on paper.
The further fact remains that Mich-
igan is not alone in possessing a prom-
ising squad. Advance information
from Minnesota and Ohio State indi-
cates that each of these institutions

ters; a half dozen or more characters
are hurled at the reader without suf-
ficient description to make any one of
them remembered and they become
familiar only with the advance of the
story.
It Christiania
The scene is laid in Christiania. All
through the book parliament is quar-
reling over something and the young'
bloods are threatening to revolt or to
leave the country. The reader never
quite finds out what the trouble is. He
finally suspects that it amounts to
nothing and that Hamsun is show-
ing how petty his characters can be.
In fact, I believe the merit of the'
story consists in revealing the trivial
squabbles, jealousies, and downright
dishonestness so often characteristic;
of writers, artists, and actors.
What is particularly enlightening is
the presentation of the treatment of
the business men by their "intellectu-
als." The merchants are called "huck-
sters," they are summoned to pay the
dinner checks, to loan money, to pro-

Each
rice $3.00

of their own persons. The m
prising thing is the humblenes
business men.
AU1 Clodhoppers
Gradually the impression is
home that there is likely not
tate man in the crowd, that it
of clodhoppers rather than 01
or writers of any real geniu
or two of the intellectuals
possess a spark of independe
chiefly utter dependence is clog
der ridicule against the busIn
who furnishes the money .
The story improves slightl
gets under way. In spots it shi
rare worth that is ever pre
"Growth of the Soil," but it
toward the end. However, th
several descriptions of city lif
are really fine, such as are
tered frequently in "Hunger."
Loses Opportunities
As the book closes it becom(
(Continued on Page Fou

COACH FIELDING H. YOST, ]MICH-
IGAN'S FAMOUS FOOTBALL MEN-
TOR.
f .
CRITI"QUE
By G.D.E.
"SHALLOW SOIL"
In reviewing "Shallow Soil," by Knut
Hamsun, I am inclined to let my crit-
icism which appeared in last Sunday's
Detroit Free Press stand. After send-
ing it in, I read "Pan" by the same
author, in the introduction of which
book was an estimate of "Shallow
Soil," by Edwin Bjorkman, a famous
Scandinavian critic. I was astonish-
ed that one so fair and young as my-
self should hit so close to the mark,;
especially in view of antagonistic pro-
fessional remarks concerning this
column and -its writer.
I make my apologies to the Detroit
Free Press for copying the article, and
to the readers of "Critique" for be,
ing too lazy to write a new review.
Following this article is Bjorkman'sI
brief analysis.
Poorer Than "Ifuuger"
"Shallow Soil," (a Knopf publica-
tion) by Knut Hamsun, is simply an-
other proof that no first aate writer is
without periodical fallibilities of a
bad sort. It is not nearly so good as
"Hunger," Hamsun's first book, and
it falls far below "Growth of the Soil."
The last mentioned is a work so ex-
cellent that it perhaps sets too high
a standard for' me to review "Shal-j
low Soil" in a strictly unbiased fash-
ion.
The book is chaotic in the first chap-
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CAPTAIN "DUKE" DUNNE, WHO
WILL LEAD THE VARSITY SQUAD
DURING 1921.
are flooded with promising men, while
Wisconsin, Iowa, and Illinois already
have the nuclei for strong squads.
. Two Guards Back
Capt. R. Jerome Dunne leads the
Wolverine machine this year. Dunne
was a guard last fall and in all prob-
ability will be used at the same posi-
tion this year. Hugh Wilson, is an-
other Varsity gaurd who will be back.
Wilson has had three years of ex-
perience and has taken on weight dur-
ing the past year. Weight has always
been a handicap to Wilson, but with
a few additional pounds he will be
able to hold his own against the best.
Ernie Vick, former all-Conference
center, will be back to claim his old
job, as also will Cappon and Goebel
for the end positions. In the back-
field Ted Bank, Eddie Usher, Frank
Steketee are the veterans who will
report for early practice.
Other Prospects'
Among the new men out for the
guard positions is Swan, a guard who
played with the freshman eleven last
season, Swan is a big fellow and may
give the Varsity guards a race for
their jobs. Tackle will be the position
bothering the coach most,but he has
a. number of prospects among the'
sophomores: Lipscher, Kreinheider.
Van Orden, Muirhead, Neisch, Don
Wieman, and Smith, any of whom may
be used at tackle. In addition to the
men named there are other players
who should give a good account of
themselves when the season opens.
From this list Coach Yost should be
able to pick at least three capable
-tackles to fill the gap in his line.
Ends Taken. Care Of
On the ends Michigan will be well
supplied with Cappon and Goebel, who
performed creditably last season. Cap-
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Gayety Comedy, "Assult and Flattery,"--News
STARTING TOMORROW--THREE BIG hAYS
A MIDSUMMER eTh p f9nuw R l"
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INDIA-- -Tiger land of the East, dozing, ever watching, untamable
AMERICA and a dare devil Yank who looked like a murdered Indiar
Prince.
MUTINY and the young American flghting for his love in the Temple
of the Bronze Bell. See it, a tingler.
Added Special--Christie Comedy, "Scrappily Married"
and Topics, Magazine, Majestic Orchestra
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