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SDAY, DECI+L:1 BFR I, 1925
ONE POSITION OPNWriters Honor Michigan Men KEEN
In SelectingMythical Teams
NEW YORK, Nov. 30.-Oosterbaan ter; Friedman, Michigan, quarterback;
-and Friedman of Michigan were Grange, Illinois, and Harmon, Wiscon-
SDaptDn -Doyle, Cherry, Ed Chambers placed on the first all-American foot- sin, halfbacks; and Molenda, Michi-wrestlin
And TH. 1rrigan Play WIa ell n gan, fullback. Wet
A rg y n ball team selected by the United Press g , .From
1arly Practice sports writers. On the second all-Conference team He
- - The mythical team includes: Ooster- Edwards placed: Polaski, Wisconsin,
NO GRID~ERS ON TE AM baan, Michigan, and Tully, Dartmouth, and Lampe, Chicago, ends; Johnson,
#ends; Parker, Dartmouth, and Weir, Northwestern, and Kasiski, Wisconsin, CALL
With the opening game of the sea- Nebraska, tackles; Hess, Ohio State, tackles; Walsh, Minnesota, and Haw- =
Wand Diehl, Dartmouth, guards; -lc- kins, Michigan, guards; Lowery, Clifford
son scheduled with Ohio Wesleyan Millan, Princeton, center; Friedman, Northwestern, center; Almquist, Min-I poach at
for " week from Saturday, Coach Michigan quarterback; Grange, Illi- nesota, quarter; Lewis, Northwestern, and for ti
Mather is confronted with a tremen- nois, and Oberlander, Dartmouth, half- and Karow, Ohio State, halfbacks; and ing cham
os' task in trying to whip together backs; and Slagle, Princeton, full- Fry, Iowa, fullback, to assum
d back. Mike Fadell, sports ,editor of the the west
afnrd ba]1l r~inftt
a14ulnL. ----Minnesota Daily, honors five Michigan
Although the material for this year's CLEVELAND, Nov. 30.-Placing five men by placing them on his first all-
court squad is well above the average, Michigan men on his all-Conference Conference team. He puts Ooster-
Michigan's chances of finishing at the mythical eleven, Henry P. Edwards, baan at end, Edwards at tackle, Lo-
op ,of the Western Conference ap- sports editor bf the Cleveland Plain vette at guard, Brown at center and
tear none too promising when a close Dealer says, "a simple system to be Friedman at a halfback post.
scrutiny of the situation is made4 used in selecting an all-Confe'rence Fadell's selections follow: Burrus,
Every Big Ten school boasts of a eleven for 1925 would be to take the Wisconsin; and Oosterbaan, Michigan,
strong court squad, and several of ;entire Michigan line, add Red Grange ends; Henderson, Chicago, and Ed-
strong' co adnd hsvea and Benny Friedman, and then it wards, Michigan, tackles; Lovette,
Michigan's opponents this yeara would not make much difference what I Michigan, and Walsh, Minnesota,
stumbling ulocks in the Wolverines, other two backfield men were picked, guards, Brown Michigan, center;
drive for the title. Wisconsin, Illi- as that line could make any set of Grange, Illinois, quarterback, Fried-!
nois and Ohio are pointing for the backs look good." . man, Michigan, and Kutsch, Iowa,
title, while Indiana and Purdue, two On his first Conference team Ed- halfbacks; and Joesting, Minnesota,I
teams Michigan will not face this year, wards placed: Oosterbaan, Michigan, fullback.
are also to be considered as title pos- and Kassell, Illinois, ends; Edwards, Baer and Hawkins are placed at
ls tbcoiedMichigan, and Henderson, Chicago, right guard and right tackle respec-
sWith is Capt. Dick Doyle, "Red"~ tackles; Krasuki, Iowa, and Hess, itively on his second team, with Mo-
Cherry and Ed Chambers of last year's Ohioguards; Brown, Michigan, cen- lenda as fullback.
five to form the nucleus of this sea-f
son's team, Coach Mather has a splen- WIsco N sINniNINE
did start in organizing a strong team. SII1qy1iV
Sowever, the team has failed thus farMSTARTSPRACTICE
to display that unity of ope'ration that
characterized fornmer Michigan teams lCHlWIIN W ItI rPH nci
Frank Harrigan is slated to play Hoping to uncover some new ma-
one of the forward positions, and~ terial, Coach Lowman of the Badger
should prove an asset in the WolveT- Sigma Alpha Mu and Theta Chi baseball team, held the first practice
ine offense, but Coach Mather is ex- i emerged victorious in the semi-finals of the year yesterday afternoon. The
periencing difficulty in finding a fifth of the interfraternity water polo veterans will not report for several
man to round out the combinations. matches held at the Union pool yes- weeks.
Jim Martin, of last year's freshman terday afternoon and will meet in the According to Coach Lowman prac-
squad, is being tried at center, with finals next Monday. tice is starting earlier than usual so
Doyle at guard, but as yet this com- Sigma Phi defeated Theta Chi 21- as to give candidates who have never
bination has not hit its stride. 20 in the semifinals of the swimm ng tried out before, a fair chance. All
Wayne Schroeder, another member meet yesterday afternoon and will Lowman's time for the next few weeks
of the yearling squad last year, is a meet the winner of the Sigma Alpha will be devoted to the new'men.
possibility at guard, with Doyle play-, Mu-Beta Theta Pi match in the finals Plans are already being made for
lug center, both at the jump and on next Monday. The Sigma Alpha Mu- a heavy schedule this spring. A south-
the floor. This combination, with Beta Theta Pi match which was post- ern trip will be listed for the ball-
Ch'erry at a forward and Chambers at poned yesterday will be played on players to precede the regular Confer-
a guard, worked well together yes- Wednesday. ence games. Games have been ar-
terday. Schroeder adds to the defen- Sigma Alpha Mu defeated Kappa Nu ranged in Dallas and New Orleans, in
sive strength of the team, and it is 3-1, and Theta Chi won from Phi Kap- I addition to the 12 Conference games
defensive strength that appears to be pa Sigma, 2-0, in the semifinals of the contracted previously.
lacking in the other combination, water polo tournament.
Ed Line, Ed Reese, Nick Rasnick, Want a room? Read Page Seven
and Walt Kuenzel are all showing PAY YOUR SUBSCIRIPTUION NOW, and use the Classified columns.-Adv.
flashes of real ability and keep the
race for the fifth member of the Var-
sity an interesting 'one. Ken Mogar-
idge, a letter man two years ago, and
Ray Hlutzel, a letter man last year; 01erO
both returned to the squad yesterday
after a forced lay-off due to slight
injuries. 1ae Inc
.lrichigan's title chances are rated
high because of the court material on
the football squad, but as yet these
men have failed to report. Three of
the four men are untried in stiff com-
petition, although they were stars of
their respective high school teams..
Oosterbaan, Molenda, Sam Babcock
and Gregory all signified their inten-
tions of reporting to the basketball
squad about a week after the close of
the gridiron season but not one of the
four has appeared in a court uni-
form thus far. And since Benny Oos-
terbaan is leaving tomorrow night for
the New York Sun's all-American ban-
quet, it is probable that star end will
not report at least until Monday.
to him a
at that ti
JE TAKES UP Slaughter, Steger To Play In'FRTERNITY BASKETBLL
Intersectional Charity Ganei
19CING091 NTRIES CLOSE TOOP
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Nov. 30. - Thursday and Friday for practice in
Herb Steger and "Butch" Slaughter, the California stadium. . Intramural basketball practice will
g Coach Conmes To 3licliigan former Wolverines, are among a gal- "Butch" Slaughter and Ed Weir are start tonightlin Waterman gymnasium,
a pair of great linemen who are which will be open to all teams for
Oklahoma A. And . tere -of counted on to stop the western run- practice.
e}HeldI Sinilam lositiomi agreed to play in an East-West game ning attack, while three of the great- Leagues representing fraternities,
the day after Christmas in the Uni- est backs in recent football history, classes, societies, independents, fresh-
S FOR CANDIDATES versity of California stadium. Steger, of Michigan, "Duckie" Pond, of man groups, churches, and the R. O.
TIhe game will be played under the Yale, and "Peggy" Flournoy, of Tul- T. C. will be formed as soon as all the
d M. Keene, former wrestling auspices of the San Francisco Srin- ane, will be the main cogs in the east- entries are received. Fraternity en-
Oklahoma A. and M. college, 'sp sthetbenefit f thear n ri ern offensive. tries will close today.
wo yearsall-Southern wrestl-HsI for h ben, ot Snrs Walter Eckersall, sports writer and Teams wishing practice sessions
wo, yar all-hern yrestlay otaml for Children, in San Francis- leading Mid-West critic, will accom- should apply to the intramural office,
e the same duties e eerdiat te. The paeris toretictly ama-. pany the squad and officiate the game, teams will be assigned courts on Mon-
e te sme hilieshe eldetteur, the players receiving expenses Advance seat sales indicate a record- dy
ern school. A alas s d teIo day, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thurs-
only. breakig crowd of close to 100,000 ! day night.
conference, in the morning, The all-American East team, which people.sa
ch Tad Weiman, the new will include on its roster such stars beeeng gedort omoeyersa
ued a call for all men who as Garbisch, Steger, Flourney, Weir, Earl Neale, former Cincinnati Red been engaged fortwo more years as
ble for Varsity competition Farwick; Slaughter, Bach, and Ingram, player, and later scout and coach, has football team.
at 3:30 o'clock today at the ram, present head coach at the Uni-
e. Equipment will be issued versity of Indiana. Ingram is in prime
me. condition and may play a part of the 1
onight Coaches Weiman and game. "Navy Bill" was a . brilliant;1
11 leave for Chicago to attend quarterback at Annapolis during his
al meeting of the Big Ten undergraduate days, and later played
where the wrestling schedule on the Pacfic coast fleet team of 1920 G loves
>rmulated as well as the oth-I and 1921. which met the cream of the
programs for the coming coast college teams. He is therefore
familiar with the style of football
Keene comes to Ann Arbor played in either section.
thorough investigation (f1I The western team is being coached
coaches in the middle West ,by "Pesky" Spott, a great California
lichigan authorities and upon r halfback, and "Brick" Muller, an all- tp p l r ig
mmendation of Johnny dMaul-American in 1922. They expect to
,formerisall-Amerc fom enroll the outstanding men of this skn c lris ata t
who is athletic director at year and last.
homa school. The initial practice of the eastern
team will be held Dec. 14, at Bloom-
Rockne's prediction came ington. After a week's workout at
re Dame lost two games this the Indiana stronghold, the squad
braska won, 17-0, and Army, will leave Dec. 20, for San Francisco,
e Irish tied with Penn State. arriving there Dec. 23. This will leave
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Exhibiting superior team play, the
sophomore engineers easily defeated
the freshman literary speedball team
in the semi-finals of the non-profes-
sional schools' league yesterday aft-
ernoon by a 7-0 score, and will meet
the Medical school team in the finals
for all-campus honors this afternoon.
The winners scored four of their
points by passes and the other three l
by a goal kicked by Cowles in the
third quarter. The sophomores scored
their first points in the second period
on a pass from Grinnel to Mathes,1
and a pass, Cowles to Tillotson, ended
the scoring in the fourth quarter.
George D. "Buck" Weaver, former?
shortstop suspended in the White Sox
scandal of 1919 -lost a suit for $20,000!
back salary against the Chicago Am- !
erican league baseball club. When;
Weaver's attorney failed to appear,
Federal Judge Carpenter dismissed
the case and ordered that Weaver pay'
the court costs. The suit was filed
Gov. 18, 1921.
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