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Karpus and Williams On Mythical Big 10 Fi
Wolverine Mentor Selects Dunne as
Center on Second
OSS, WHITE, DEAN, CHOSEN
FOR PLACES ON FIRST FIVE
Oss (Minnesota)......Right forward
Birkoff (Chicago) .......Left forward
White (Purdue)......... Right guardI
WILLIAMS (Michigan) ....Left guard
Shiniek (Iowa).........Right forwardi
KARPUS (Michigan) ... .Left forward
Miller (Purdue) . ...........Right guard
Williams (Wisconsin) .....Left guard
Coach Mather has picked his myth-+
ical All-Conference basketball teams
for the 1921 season. In his careful
* seledtion of players for his squads, he
has considered the entire year's play-
ing of all the men and in particular
has watched them since the, begin-
Ring of the second semester when allf
the teams were beginning to hit their
Karpus at Forward
On his first five two Michigan men,
Captain Karpus, stellar forward b at
left forward, and Jack Williams, star
Wolverine guard, at the standing
gard position, have been honored
with positions. Karp has Jst finih,
ed his third year of competition for
the Maize and Blue and during that
time has been a consistent high scor-
er, leading other Big Ten forwards in
this respect during most of the 1920+
season. He was picked as forward
Rii several All-Conference selections
last year and is generally acknowledg-
ed to be one of the best men at this
position in the country. Coach Math-
er, in assigning Karpus to the left
forward position, says, "Karpus' dead-
ly accuracy under the basket and his
aggressive floor work, coupled with
his foul shooting ability, which added
so many points to the Michigan scores
this year, undoubtedly merit a place
on the team for him. In my opinion
"he is the cleverest dribbler in the
Conference, is extremely fat and a
mighty hard man to follow or
Williams "Best Guard in West"
There can be no doubt that Wil-
liams fully deserves his place. All
through the year he has been the
backbone of the impenetrable Michi-
gandefense. He is an exceptionally
to diagnose the plays of hisoppoq-
ents has earned him the name of the
best guard in the West. JeA%'
strength, his long reach, and hig size
b v@ made him invaluable for taking
the ball off of the opponent's back-
board. When once he got his hands
on the ball there was 'no getting it
away from him, nor was there any
other gaurd in the Conference who
could block a shot after it had left an
opponent's hand as could Williams.
Oss Gets Other Forward
For Karp's running mate at forward
Oss of Minnesota was Mather's choice.
In commenting on hir the coach
said: "Oss is a rarkable floor man.
He is fast, has a od eye, is a strong
man on defense, a handles himself
well. He ended th s son near the
top of the scoring oumn.
pean, of Indian. avored for the
center position. -" Il sa good "jump-
er, gets' the tip ofir .sainst his oppon-
ent the majority . , takes 'tbe
ball off the bacle b -T, has goon
ye fron the fioo : n moves about
it a speedy fashion. He a little more
polished and plays . - oother game
than Dunne of Migan This rea-
son caused me to vinsider him ahead
of the Varsity cei :_ ; : - I Mather.
White, of Pur;'hw k e Guamd
As partner to W 'V r at standing
guavr Wite, of s :;, is awarded
the running guar= ;ucn. He is a
long shot artist, ex 'nally accur-
ate, consistent at fouls,and
a good defensive :ai r. The com-
bination of- five s. i i as these
would present a mo_ ancible quin-
tet and a mighty hah< , to beat.
In the selection o = .,ond team
one Michigan ma r; _ red. fuke
Dunne at center. Duke's jumping
and work under the basket and off the
backboard have earned him the pivot
position for the second team. Birkoff's
accuracy and foul shooting place him
high among the forwards 'of the Con-
ference, and his right to the left for-
ward position is unquestioned. Shi-
mek, of Iowa, has done remarkable
work on a rather weak team and has
been justly placed at forward with
Birkoff. Miller, of Purdue, for the
standing guard post, and Williams, of
Wisconsin, for the running guard, are
the other nominations for Mather's
second team. ..r
'Hard to Choose Team"--IMather
"It is an extremely difficult propo-
sition to pick an All-Conference
team. There are so many men who
are good that it is pretty much of a
toss-up which is better. There is
really little difference between the
strength of the two teams as the indi-
viduals. of both are practically equal.
It would be almost an even bet on
either squad," said the coach in dis-
cussing his choices.
That Miller and Rea did not place
may be explained by the fact that it1
would not seem quite right to put the
entire Michigan squad on the teams.
It was a matter of a toss-up with the
coach whom to consider for many .po-
sitions. .Many more men in the Con-
ference would have been placed but
for the simple reason that there are
but five players on a team.
All Masons on the campus are in-
vited to attend the meeting of the
Craftsmen's Club this evening at the
Maswnic Temple. The third degree
will be conferred at 7 :30 P. M. Final
'rrangements will be made for the
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First General Outdoor Drill Scheduled
If Weather Continues to
Be Fair -1
FRIDAY'S PRACTICE FOLLOWS
ESTABLISHED ROUTINE WORK
Unless the weather man should
change his plans and cover Ferry
field with snow today, Coach Del Pratt
will lead his Varsity baseball candi-
dates outdoors this afternoon for the
first general outdoor workout of the
year. The outfielders have been down
on the field several times this week
and yesterday's sudden warm spell,
made the coach decide that it was
time to take all the men out.
Practice yesterday afternoon in the
cage followed the regular routine that
has been used in the gymnasium all
year. The pitchers spent the first
half hour warming up and then bat-
ting practice was the order for all
hands. Mudd was the first of the
twirlers to work and opened up as
he has not before this year, showing
good control and a fair curveball. Vick
gave a good exhibition behind the bat
and threw with deadly accuracy. Tor-
rey, Liverance, and O'Hara followed
Mudd on the firing line and made the
batsmen work for their' hits through-
out the rest of the afternoon. Liver-
ance, in particular, seemed to turn
the hitters back regularly with a fast
breaking curve and a fair change of,
pace. Coates and Golinski, worked
behind the bat during the session.
In the infield workout Johnson on
first, Hickey on second, Pete Van
Boven at short, and Hoffman on third
base was the first combination used.
Van Boven is working hard in prac-
tice and rounds into better shape
every day. Johnson and Hickey are
new men who are making a good im-
pression, both are fast fielders and
strong hitters. Broome and Shackle-
ford worked out at the initial bag lat-
er and proved that there will be a hard
fight before this position is definitely
won. Middleditch, an AMA man last
year, Abbot, Wolfson, and Uteritz are
other leading infielders.
Outfielders have been hampered by
lack of practice until the past week.
because of congested conditions in the
cage. Several veterans are in line for
positions in the outer regions and
should form a strong trio when pick-
ed from the men now available. Per-
rin and Genebach are the members of
the 1920 squad who are almost cer-.
tain of an outfield berth, while Jack
Dunn, Kresge, are other athletes who
should show up strong now that out-
door practice has commenced.
Captain Parks, . Ruzicka, Dixon,
and Smith did not work during the
batting practice yesterday but all of
these men have been pitching regu-
larly this week and are ready for'
real practice to commence. Dixon is
a right hander out for the Varsity
for the first time and has been de-
livering well in the cage. Smith
throws from the left side and though
he has been out but a few days has
shown enough to warrant a further
trial. These men with the four who
worked in batting practice yesterday
give the coach a likely looking string
of hurlers to send to the support of
the two veterans, Parks and Ruzicka.
Ely and Berg of the dent
departmental, basketball team
may obtain their watch charm
awards at the Intramural of-
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GLASGOW AND OGDEN WIN
HANDBALL DOUBLES TITLE
Glasgow and Ogden won the campus
doubles championship in handball by
defeating the Gehring-Watson team
three matches out of five yesterday in
Waterman gymnasium. The losing
team had taken two straight games in
scores of 21-17 and 21-6 and seemed
to have the championship won but the
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