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(By Norm~an E. Brovvn)
In choosing All-American;;or sec-
tion~al All-Star teams each 'fall it is
probable that all critics may do some
brilliant players an injustice due to
the fact that it is an impossibility to
~see and weigh the capabilities of the
best, men of the smaller colleges. The
best thv.t can be dlone is to consider,
the best mien of the representative
colleges of the country and districts.
It is conceded that the Big Ten re-
presents the West generally speaking.
Consequently it players are more
closely watched. There are several
lumiinaries, however, who have made
their presence known uationally- iith-
out the background of the Co .forence'.
One of these men is I3rick Muller, Cal-
ifornia end. Another is Paul Castner,
plunging and pJiicking fullback of
Notre Dame. Two others are Center
Peterson and Guard Bassett of Ne-
braska. Such mnent as 'these must. be
considered. Hence the selection of
Muller, Peterson, Bassett and Cast-
nrfor 7)laces on m~y first and scn
All-American teams. scn
The shifting of Locke, Iowa captain,
from quarter to a half on the first
team is a logical movec, l believe.
Locke must be ranked, as one of the l
greatest backs in the game. 1:4e ranks-
second only to John Thomas as a full-
back but his versatility makes him
equally as valuabe in a backfield. Hc
has shown that 'he can play quarter orl
!half equalhy as well. To h--ave him. at
quarter and choose another half would
weaken the mythical team, in my jud--
ment. Hence the change. This move, [
also- permits the selection of Uteritz,!
'lchigan star, for t~ze pivot position.
Uteritz' handling of the Michigan
team played an important part in its
success. He is fast, "a good passer, a
sure tackler, a quick thinker"
While the lists of stars at the var-
ious positions gave a -wealth of mawl-
rial to choose from, I believe the men
picked for lthe other positions have a
slight edge at 'least on their rVals.
Below of Wisconsin, chosen for a
tackle Position, is without doubt the
graetest lineman. in the game today.
In selectling the mien for, the teams
above the following stars were among
those considered.
Ends : Kadesky of Iowa, and Ek-
lund of Minniesota, Tebel of Wisconsin. ]
T1ackles: Penfield of Northwestern,
Petcoff of Ohio State, Lewis of Chi-
Guards : Mill er of Chicago,. Hoh-
feld of Wisconsin.
Centers. Aas of Minnesota, King of

First T, am iPosition
Brick Muller, California........I,. E.............. .
Thompson, Iowa ............... L.T. ....... ...
Minnick, Iowa.................. L.G................. B
Peterson, Nebraska............... C...................
McMillan, Illinois......... ..... R.CG.......... ...... .
Below, Wisconsin ............... T................ F
G~oebel., 1Michigan..11..............R. *1..........,.....
lUteritz, 3Mieliiga 1 ................Q. ........
Kipk]c, 3Micligall ....... .........'. 1..... .... roge NW
Loceke, Iowa...................H.1..,.......Marti
John Thomas, Chicago ....I........ ............ Cash

every dlay is all that any, man is doingru ]rr' i Aw
beoehis muscles are in the right i
sefore Practically no hard work willBILL666,U55.IJ P~L
STAR S' be dished. out to the hurdlers before T CUT '
the beginning, of the regular practice1IiT L
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season after Christmas vacation.
-heDistance 'Ken Go Easy!
Tedistance men went through the. BIG E C 'iIAMPlO_. S OF1..i AST
t ccntl eam same thing as usual. Startin~g prac- YEAR AWIII'll?, ° T0OIRF,
ired ie Igi tice together with light exercise and ? Z~'t
I~irk, a few laps on the track are all that __
assett, Nebraska coachtisrgifrom the m. hen theyfis Coach Piggy Lambert has turned his
He. -lldt, Iowa rtr rm tevcto hi is really hard work will begin. The jat:tention from football to basketbeil
Meade. Iowa weight squad again was having a tray and is sending out his call frcgr
fletcher, Chicago of rest from the exercise of the day at Furdue. Last year's Bail Tenchai--
H--anny, Indiana before, Hindes, the only one who is -i 4 7)tem rean m ~
*Claris, Illinois heaving the shot at present, failing to year itiem ein n orMll,
oineann0.sot.a ho u!a.hegy.guard, whose period of c ompetif ion
mea, Mnneota- Ihas expired. This should -not, how ever,3
ncr NojDm Hote: In, 1907-. hindler the chances cof the Boilermnakers
When Vanderbilt held the powerful, for Piggy has at least five pron i.sing
--* lWolverin~e footballers to a~ scoreless candidates for this position,
r. 1 tie this fall many of the old timers) Although the* initial call as ; Vn-
;recalled the game in 1907 when the, nounced only a few days ago, a doz-
ti w; ! ommodores held the great Michigan en men have been working out (dily
outfit, which numbered on ,its roster1 with Gullion, Veteran center, for t he
~ the famous "Germany~ Schultz, to two1 past month, and a number of football
I feldgoas. hegame was one of the mnen have just come out who "are a lsoi
Imost thrilling battles ever waged in1 in good condition. Captain'Masf ers has
the South and Michigan had the ball been out a few times, but because of'
on the Vandy one yard line when the, an over-abundance of other work it
whistle blew.

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is doubtful If he ill hi e able to start law ys hin192 Hineconlijg
in the opening game wich is to be I owia City, Nov. 8.-Homecoming for
wit Notre pamne early next mnth, i the 1S24 football season will be on
Coach Lambert should encounter no' Oct. 20 at the Illinois game and with
iifhic'-ly in finding soone to L,,- ood!c prospects. at both schools this
Yporarily fill the speedy forwvar'd's berth I game should prove to be one of the
u tntil the first - Conference( game. w ith pgoe of the year. Preparations are
Nsralwaystna lari a.1,ge nunmber of candi- Iwi th Michigan one of the outsta ding~
dates for the forward positions and , games of the season. Requests for
this year is seeing more good for- I seats at this game are already being
wards than at any time previously1. received.

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Ulster Prepares to Withdraw We (;iarantee to Teach You
to D~ance All of thme
Belfast, Dec. 8.-The formna'ity of OE N DNE
dealing herself out of the Irish Free', ~(
i State has been begun in a legis'lative ' HA I1SEYI' 1Af'Ii, T1)iOS
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Four of ,tie mnembers of Brown's A'll-iwesttrn eleven. Above, Gordonu Locke
of Iowa, left, and Goebel of 14Ichi 'aii. Below, Brick Muiller of Caaliforn-
in U., left, and John Thomas, ChI i ago,

Quarters: Barr ,and Williams of
Wisconsin. Strohmier of Chicago.
Halves: Martineau of Minnesota,

Palmer of Northwestern, Shuttleworth
o: Iowa.1
Fullbacks: Qappon of Michigan.


Michigan Track Team Continues To Show Improvement

Michigan's track stock take. a risef last year's, team made ten feet six
every time a practice is held. , Every inches. Both men proinise to be point
performance -was up to par yesterda getters in the .coming meets and Pros-)
afternoon when the squadf took its' ser who made twelve feet while at-r
daily wvorkout. Nearly everybody whoI tending Mercersburg A' cademny prom-
is planning on working out for the ides to be one of the best jum-npers in
team was in the gym taking instruc- ;the Conference before hie leaves
tion from Steve Farrell, although con-, Steve's tutelage Kelly 'has not beenl
siderable of the coach's time was tak- working. at the event for more tharl
on up with tree pole vaulters, and .ig the last two months and with ten.-six
itimpers. Two men from the pole credited to himo already his chances
vault department cleared ten' feet six. for development seem niied
icisobetrBilPosr ee-M vnlwan interscholastic star, and member- In the high jump M(-,Elven, seemed
of last year's Freshman squad, skim- to be having an off clay, finding it
med the bar at 11 feet early in the hard to clear, five fbet seven. Nufer,
afternoon While Kelly, a spri'nter on a new comer from lait year's fresh-'

man team is working out and al-
though he hasn't been making any ex-!
ceptional performances he is looked
to for a few points before the Big-
' en season ends. Smith, a man who
bids fair' to catch McElven was rest- '
ing yesterday following a stiff work-
out Thursday afternoon.
Hubbard, one of the best all-.round
athletes who has attended Michigan
in years took it fairly easy, running
" few sprints and doing a couple of
laps on the track while the other dash-
men ,who were out were getting sonI
mnore practice in starting. The hurd-
lees again had things soft at Steve's
direction. A few runs over the sticks


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