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Jack Blott
also called a baseball catcher for the Wolverines from 1922-1924 and has 2 more synonyms

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  1. John Leonard “Jack” Blott was an All-American football center and place kicker for the University of Michigan Wolverines from 1922-1923

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  2. Blott initially signed with Michigan on September 24, 1924, as an assistant football coach responsible for line candidates, concentrating on the center and guard positions

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  3. born on August 24, 1902

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  4. died on June 11, 1964

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  5. After a two-game Major League Baseball career with the Cincinnati Reds in 1924, he worked as Michigan’s line coach from 1924-1933 and 1946-1958

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