THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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THE MICHIGAN DAILY PAQE~ THIWE
ENERAL SHAK UP
IN VASITY SQUA
it, Unsatisfied with Showing of
Team in Kazoo Game, Decides
on Several Shifts
NISH TO DESERT BACK-FIELD
'OR NEW JOB AT END POSITION
Sparks to be Benched Until U. of
Game; Injury Received in
Normal Game Cause
to relieve Cliff any time during a big
The plucky little sub quarter show-
ed Wednesday that he can run the
team in an emergency. Now he will
be given a chance to get the fine points
of the game well in hand while
Sparks is, resting.
Rye and Cohn, aided by Froemke,
will be the regular halfbacks. This
allows big Joe H~anish to be- shifted
to an end position, where Michigan
has the greatest need for an exper-
Boyd has been rated faster than
Culver and will replace him, while
the latter will be moved to guard.
Beath, although light, has been put
back in his old place at center, shift-
ing Goodsell to guard. Goetz will hold
down the other end.
Lambert has been kept in line for
the job at center, but has not been
coming out often enough. Diekema,
from last year's All-fresh, appeared
yesterday, and went through a lively
workout at an end position. Cary, big,
but inexperienced in 'college football,
drew a suit for the first time yester-
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As a result of the disastrous game
Wednesday a general shake-up of the
Michigan line-up was made yester-
day by Coach Yost.
Hanish has been moved to end,
Culver to guard, Boyd to tackle, and
Beath, Goodsell and Goetz have been
returned to their jobs at center,
guard, and end, respectively.
Sparks will be kept out of the game
for a few days to be given a chance
to recover from minor injuries before
the University of Detroit and M. A. C.
games. Genebach will pilot the team,
Another reason for keeping Sparks out
of the activities is to develop Genebach
to the point where he can be used
ALL-FRESH LOOK FOR NO
'YESTERDAY'S PRACTICE LEAVES
MITCHELL BADLY BRUISED
Signals, forward passing, punting
and a scrimmage between the All-
fresh seconds and the Varsity scrubs
made up the practice that Coach
Mitchell put his warriers through last
The recent battles. that the yearlings
have been carrying on have bruised
them up considerably, and they are
to have things easy for the rest of
the week. Boville and Clippert, reg-
ular All-fresh end and center, have
been thrown around so much that
they will not start the Ypsilanti game.
In their places will be Sturrit, a Grand
Rapids Central man, and MacNickel,
a former Toledo Scott star. MacNick-
el has shown considerable promise
during the few days that he has been
out, so now the freshman coach has
two good centers at his disposal.
Although Peacock will start the
game at tackle and Usher at fullback,
the former will be switched to the
line-plunging position before the game
is over, and Von Wagner will take the
tackle. Henry and Lent are the of-
ficial choices for the guard positions.
Their lot will be a hard one during
the preliminary battle next Saturday,
for opposite them will play Price and
Lawler, two of the Normal School's
veterans, who played on the team that
held last year's yearlings to a 0-0 tie.
Besides these two, there will be Wil-
son at fullback, Longnecker, center,
Walters an end, Mitchell and Doone
tackles, and Jacox one of the halves,
all veterans of the teachers' last year's
near championship aggregation.
NEXT MONTH TO SEE
FIRST VARSITY QUINTET
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START TOURNEY TODAY
All is in readiness for the All-
campus tennis tournament which be-
gins this afternoon, and all the play-
ers are in good spirits and anxious
to get into the fray.
Many of the men, who are entered,
were well known on the courts last
year, although they did not get a
chance to show their calibre against
stiff opposition, owing to the fact that
the schedule was called off. Entries
for doubles wil continue for a few
Below is the schedule of the games:
Bowers vs. Bradley; Sutton vs. Krap-
er; Shields vs. Kraper; Tritcher vs.
Hamer; Angell vs. Thomas; Borin-
stein vs. Bartz; Fischer vs. Hummer;
Ketchum vs. Maloney; Carl vs. Goor-
in; Bumpus vs. Mutchler; Popp vs.
Marshall; Brungurst vs. Freidman;
Egbert vs. Griffith; Bodine vs. Batty;
Lugtiff vs. Sullivan; Wellord vs. Munz;
Patterson vs. Babcock; Steketee vs.
Kabocincki; Bade vs. Shambaugh;
Harrison vs. Prather.
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