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PRAISES THREE OTHERS
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HESS, Ohio State.
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Iowa Grid Men Out
For Basket Team
TPMOW Y MS With the Iowa gridders-back from
Y M u 0 'n +their California trip, six football menj
j have reported to Coach Barry to try
t~cf~'h a 31ii r o) Enter t adIn t) Maiintam Lead From Begin-. out for berth's on the court team. l
. A . ci n 'a ng Attack FeatureN Paul Smith, a guard is out for one
Detroit A. C. 18 T 4 Viciory l of the assignments. Hogan, one of
- !last year's regulars, is back again to
PTO NAME TEAM TODAY AMES STARS ON DEFENSE take care of one of the guards. Raff
- ---_ ensberger, regular center in 1925, and
Michigan's free style swimmers, Displaying a fast passing attack Keel, star freshman center, will add
backstroke; and breaststroke men will which the defense of the opposition I to the list of pivot men. Rice, one
get their first taste of outside con- was unable to solve the all-Medical -ftridot bas et ast sorsthI
petition tomorrow night in an open school team defeated the sophomore first time. Armstrong, a forward, is
A. A. U. meet at the Detroit Athletic engineers 18 to 4, thus winning the the sixth man to report to Coach
club. nterclass speedball championship. 'I IBarr
The list of events includes two re- The winners were off to a fast start y
lay races and one free style event! in the first quarter counting four The University of Chicago football
for men and several events for wo- points before the engineers were able elevens have won only six out of 19
men swimmers. There will also be to solve their attack. Two passes, intersectional gnid games.
a 300 yard free style exhibition race Reid to Williamson, and Williamson inteseciona______gmes
by Miss Gertrude Ederle of Detroit, fo Bliss were responsible for the
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To Hold Meeting
COLTJMBUS, 0., Dec.1. - Coach
John f.Wilce, of Ohio State univer-,
sity, recently issued a call for the
fifth annual meeting of the Football
Coaches association to be held Dec.
28 ,in New York city.
College and university coaches from
all parts of the country are expected
to attend the convention, Dr. Wilce
said. Among the speakers at the
gathering will' be t. J. Hall, chairman
of the national football rules commit-
Coach Robert Zuppke of the Univer-
sity of Illinois, is president of the
association and Dr. Wilce is secre-
Talane, Alabama. and Southern Cal-
ifornia are : seeking football games
with Western Conferehce teams for
By Norman E. Brown
In selecting my mythical team from
the Western Conference teams I am
inclined to place "Red" Grange at
quarterback, regardless of the re-
versal of opinion regarding Grange
suffered by several leading college
football officials after he decided to
Since early in the fall of 1923, the
question as to whether or not Grange
would be a member of the mythical
Big Ten team of this season hinged
only upon whether he still retained
his health and a passable average in
He was a fairly good specimen
physically wheiX he wound up his
career and if he didn't absorb quite
as much knowledge in the class room
as h'e should have he always has the
old ice wagon at Wheaton.
There being only one "Red" Grange
this season it becomes a more diffi-
cult problem, however, to find the 10
other men deserving of the honor of
playing on this team that never will
Were "Red" Grange to be excludedl
from consideration, just to make thel
discussion interesting, I would offer
Friedman, of Michigan, and Salmi, of
Indiana, as the favored ones for the
field general's berth. I see no reason,
however, why Friedman should not
win the honor next year-his last.
.iBrlttia Great In Int~rferencee
The halfback posts invite discussion.
I have the utmost respect for Earl
Britton's work as a backfield man. He
is a versatile player and one of the!
best men on providing interference
for the runner that I have seen in
Britton is also a good kicker.
Kutsch, however, excels Britton a bit,1
I believe in open field play. Britton'sJ
value in interference cannot discount
Kutsch's forward passing ability, his
general work in line plunging and his
dashing 'style in the open field.
Ralph Baker, of Northwestern,
learned football with Grange-and'
knows his stuff. He is the best half-
back in the Conference, and has thel
same fearlessness in running through
a broken field that Grange has-but
is not quite so elusive, however.
Molenda, of Michigan, appealed to
me the first time I saw him as the
greatest fullback in the west at least.
His line plunging is beautiful, but only
a bit more brilliant than his short end
dashes. Joesting,ofaMinnesota, ap- I
peared set to challenge Molenda's
claims to fame early in the season,
but Molenda's superiority was plain
when the two met in the-closing game;
of the season.
MO LE N OA
national known wom-an swimmer.t scores. TI o cope wati tnis the engi-
There are also two fancy diving ex- neers scored their only points in the
hibitions, one for men and the other first quarter on a penalty.
for women. Miss Aileen Riggin and With the start of the second period
Helen Meany will be the participants the professional school team con-.
in the women's diving, but no one tinually worked the ball down into
has as yet been named for the men's the loser's territory and two passes
event. jand a field goal were scored for a
Coach Mann will enter an eight; total of seven points. The defense
man team in the 200 yard free style of the winners was too much for the
relay, and also a sextet in the 300 engieers and they went - scoreless
yards medley relay, two men swim- throughout the quarter.
ming free style, two swimming back- The second period was the most
stroke, and two swimming, breast- even of the game, both teams playing
stroke. Men will also be entered in well both on the offense and defense.
the 50 yard free style race. In this period the winning team
Coach Mann will make a definite scored four points against three for
announcement today as to the per- their opponents and the third quarter
sonnel of his squad for the Detroit ended with the score 15-4.
trip. The team will leave here to- For the winning team, Williamson
morrow afternoon and will probablyl was the outstanding player scoring
go by motor to Detroit, returning to two field goals, and being on the re-
Ann Arbor immediately after the meet. ceiving end of five passes for scores,
A number of freshmen have been besid6 throwing the pass on which
working out daily under the Varsity Bliss scored in the first quarter.
coach and will probably enter the De- I Ames, Medical school student, was
troit meet unattached. Hughes, See- a tower of strength on the defense
ger, and Bement are expected to swim I and was largely responsible for break-
in the free style event, the yearlings ing up most of the plays n which
not being represented by a yearling I the opponents might have scored. His
relay team and none of the members long kicks took the ball out of dan-
are swimming on club teams. ger and he was in on every play when
the engineers worked the ball into the
Princeton and Rutgers played the territory of the winners.
first intercollegiate football contest
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Norman E. Brown places four Wol-
verines on his first all-Conference
team, Oosterbaan, Edwards, Brown,
and Molenda, and recognizes Fried-
man, Hawkins, and Flora by consider-
ing them for other teams.
Brown is one of the few critics who'
does not place Benny Friedman on his;
first team probably because he didj
not see him in his biggest game, al-
though he was impressed by the play
of other Maize and Blue men, putting}
four on his first team, two more than
any other school.
Bob Brown is placed at center in-
stead of Lowry of Northwestern; a
decision which every Maize and Blue I
student will agree with as well as
most sport writers.
Brown places three sophomores on
the first team; Oosterbaan and Mo-
lenda of Michigan, and Kutsch of
Iowa, and it will be interesting to!
watch the careers of these players
Brown's selection will be criticized
along with that of other critics who
placed Grange at quarterback, be-
cause of the work of the redhead at
that position is not nearly as signifi-
cant as his work at halfback.
Two of. the Michigan men placed
on the first team have two more sea-
sons to play, and it is the hope of
Wolverine fans that next year they
will both make bids for national fame.
Word from Los Angeles is that Jack
Dempsey is willing to give Firpo an-(
other bout, with Los Angeles thel
battle ground. Dempsey said the fight
would take place before he meets
Harry Wills in July.
Orville Hewitt has
Army captain for 1926.
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Karow, of Ohio State, and Lewis of ';ltilIfIig d1i16i !tlE1i@E11Q i U lli
Nortlhwestern, are other stars. Per-
haps Karow might have demanded the i
all-western berth had he had a more'M
powerful team, offensively and de-
fensively, to back him up.
There was a wealth of ends the past "
season-Wheeler, of Minnesota; Lam-
pe, of Chicago; Flora, of Michigan,
Pulaski, of Wisconsin in additions to
the two selected. -
Oosterbaan, however, was in a class
by himself as a receiver of forward
passes. Romey is the best all-around An Important Factor
end in the Conference-and has been
the las t wo campaigns. ..
Teiinmuates Seek One Berth In Our Service
One of the hardest tasks was the
selection of the tackles. For none C
other than his running mate, Hawkins
challenged Edwards' right to a berth.j
Edwards, however, has the call. He -
opens up a hole "big enough for a.
«vagon" on offense, but is even more
dependable as a defensive tackle.
Henderson is the other selection. o
Hess, of Ohio State, played a bril-one 4
liant part in State's game battles-
against Michigan and Illinois in the' Or e f1 l n uirugdri-
closing weeks of the season. Lack of
driving power in the State backfield
at times foiled Hess' efforts, the backs - ervIce
oing into the line tardily whenliE
opened holes for them. Hibben makes'
an admirable running mate for Hess.
Bob Brown, of Michigan, is without
an equal in the Conference as a cen-
ter. lie's another one of Yost's cen- =
ters. That's sufficient. He simply,
emurlates the fo.,ts of Ernie Vick and,=
Jack Blott. Griffen, of Iowa, ranks
second, with Lowry, of Northwesterna
I have one prediction to make in-
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(Thin mnt will be on the All-Big Ten,I
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