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,t MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, Ma

THE MICHIGAN DAILY SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2; 1928

SELECTING ALL-AMERICAN

TCAMS

PUZZLES

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Plenty OfBackfield, -rnvi ye Ina

Season.

BIG TEN COACHES
AGAINST CHANGES
aIN COURT RULES
(By AssociatedlPress)
CHICAGO, Dec. 1. - Three
changes in thc Big Ten basketball
rules, designed to speed up the
game, have precipitated such an
+ indignant protcst among several'
coaches tihat their annual mneeting
I here December 8 promises to0 be
one of the storiest in years.
The new rules affect stalling,
he-ld balls, the tip-off at center and
dribbling. The coaches protesting
the changes contend that unless
different interpretations are ;made
their entire style of defense and of'-
fense will be ruined.j
Mary's, Fesler, of Ohio State,
Brown of Missouri, Van Sickel of
Florida, Messinger of Army, Phil-
lips of California, Rosenzweig of
Carnegie, Tappan and MeCaslin of
Southern California.
Linie Units Available
Powerful line units such as those
of Georgia Tech, Pittsburgh and
Illinois have their stars but the,
main factor of success has been3
their general and co-ordinatedI
strength.9
The south. has been rich ia good
centers, stalwarts like Peter Pund,.
Georgia Tech captain.; Harry
Schwartz, of North Carolina, and
0. K. Pressley of Clemson. But
there's also captain Howe of
Princeton, Barragh of S o-u t h -
ern California, and Stadeiman of
Oregon.
Pommerening, weighing only 1'78,
but unusually fast and rugged for
his poundage,- played every game
from start to finish. In the final
contest against Iowa, as Michigan
salvaged one of its few victories
from the wreckage, eight of the
nine plays in the 63-yard march
to the winning touchdown were
driven through Pommerening's po-
sition. That's a pretty fair All-
American test.
MADISON.-Since none of the
Wisconsin cross country runners
won a first place in a meet, the
Badger harriers may not get a var-
sity "W."
'EAST LANSING. - Ralph 0.
Leonard, deposed wrestling coach
at Michigan State, has filed suit
for $5,000 against the state board
of agriculture.

Varsity Has Trouble
Downing Red Quintet

New York Sun Gives Ho-1-osiers Will Open J
IPoinmerening Place Cage Card Saturday1

Regulars B~arey Eke Out Victory,I(B oatdtas)
22 to 18, Wleni Seconds NEW YORK, Dec. 1 -- OU.
Prove StubbornI list of 278 selected player;:
I every part of t-he coiunfry the

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W asihingtor University Will
First Of Five Non -Conference

Be

S Team Slated For Indiana

I P /\ 'i L IS LXCITiNG'
('ot- ' )1;0 Vecnker'S ten)tahjve
varsity bI ha sktiri II 1e 1tfound
lenty cifoo tw i j inyesterday's
j)Vao-e i-c essioni, a stybbornl Red
five holding the regulars to a 22 to
1 18 triumph inl two twenty nminuth
halves. The lineup of the Varsity
was the same one that gained thel
favor of the coaches in Thursday's
scrimmage-. Kanit-z and Orwig
were at forwards, Chapman wasi
holding dlown the center berth
with Rose, and McCoy at guards,
Opposed to them, the Blue,,
found Singc] aid Balsaino as for-
wrards-, Dougal at center and Wein-
stei and I:ovell as guards. So de-
termned was the defense offeror
by MTh Red-quad during the ini-
tial . cl rimma'Ge tiat Captain Me-
Coy\a iat,, tallied only six points
m iissing co. usirlerable Il uiiber of
chelances to add to this total. The
seconds tallied only twice and
trailed behind by a two- p4Mlt niAr-
gina.
Stutng oisidera bly by the ad-
verse criticism of thle coaches, the
'Varsity returned for the second
half after a rest period. Starting
,with a rush, the Blues scored three
baskets in short order,. Rose tip-
ping in the first with Orwig con-
tributing a long shot from the side
and slipping in the third counter.
The Red quintet responded tc
this assault and unable to get close
up to the basket due to the Var-
sity's rather effective defense re-
sorted to some long shots, Lovell
sinking one and D~ougal dropping.
another in from the corner. Back
almost on even terms again, the
two teams battled vigorously dur-
ing the remainder of the ,scrim-
mage. Kanitz was injured during
the melee and Rose was shifted
from guard to forward, Myron go-
ing in t the guard position.
Reds Make Threat
Baskets by Myron, Orwig and
Rose gave the Varsity an apparent--
ly safe lead but a deternined rally
by the Reds closed the gala quick-
ly. Slagel, Lovell and Balsamo
were the central points of the Red
(Continued onl Page Seven)

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Amierica~n eleven, a)81) evt) o f V P.<I 1 '.1 /\IN I\V AI~LAtLL
alternate:-,and alist.o X, 5 p-1 yo r.; - - -
for~ lionorai-le ineut ~i pJ:tv. tI-t,( IOM i. T N ' 'N, id - Hi_)0('.
t-he first I-eain, ib a I~w W VI Ih ivsthan a week of practice,
gets three, the Smul] antextIudci university's Scrappin',
one each and four go to tUe i s of' ;I the basketball cour't,
The first and alternate le - v'(~ill Iface Washington university oft
t First Team, *"r;ti( n11glit. It will be the opening game
H -aycraft, Minniesota , n of 1the 10213-29 season for the Dean-
Pomxmerening, Michigan-------i n-n n, and will open a series of five
Sanders, So. Methodlist------- ; non-Conference games which are
Pund, Georgia Tech------------C'ucnsidered as strong if not strong-
.Post, Stanford........li et' o than the Conference card. TheI
H-ibbs, So. California----------...R' iiiv'errity of Pennsylvania, Pitts-
Donchess, Pittsburgh .........j . im bugh, Not re Dame, and Missouri
Harpster, Carnegie Tech ..... .(QV) ."01,1 bi)eLt.
Strong, New York 11........ .Lit ! aiven letter-men fromn the 1927-;
Cagle, Army .......... ....... .1,,1 28 co-chamipionship team of the
Carrol, Washington...........I-, lB ig Tleni form the nucleus of the
Second Tearn #"sit ioll s uAifor. [his season. Sophomore
Phillips, Califori K---------- ..... recritis anid reserves from last
Dressel, Washing-o t:-i i ---i season's squad are expected to comn-
McMullen, Nebrasl a......... (; ph te t he squad.
H-owe, Princeton ..............C; Although practically the same
Westra, -Iowna ... .......... .i will compose the 'team as last
Miller, Notre Dame , ......... 1 , xxwinter, Coach Everett Dean, who
Barna, Hobart ............. "ini his fourii years at Indiana has
Maple, Oregon State ..... .Q0,1) !nacr two quintets in the Co-
Weston, Boston College ....... LTIiia11mpionship class, and the other
Mizell, Gleorgia Teco ..... ,....1; t to 1in second place, has stated that
Schull, Pennsylvania ..........1 '[}a much stronger quintet, with
- ------ - better reserve material, will be
ALBION COL.LEGE MAY needed. This is due to the strong
schedule arranged for the team,
HAVE PLACE OAN 1929 said to be the most pretentious
WOLVERINE GRID CARD' drawn for a Crimson cage outfit in
(1ty Associatl Press Several football men joined the
ALBION, Dec. I.--Albion Collegec, basketball squad the latter part of
1928 football champion of th the week, including Branch Me-
Michigan intercollegiate athetic as-! Cracken, stellar center, Charles
3ociation, has received ain ivjta- i ubaiker, who will make a bid for
;ion to meet' the U1niversit~yof a guard berth, Hojniacki, Henry,
Michigan in the aitter's openiing Ashby and Manikowksi. Paul Jas-
game next fall. The contest,,i e.f'smncpanls er
formally arranged.,xwill be played has also reported.
in September '28, according to - ----- -
Coach Russell R. Daughlerty of Al--- NEW YORK. -- Reigh Count,
pion. Kentucky derby winner, has sailed
-- --for England where he will race in
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INDIANA STAR Western Tleamn Runs
DENIES RUMOR Wild In Second Half'
(SpeialTo he ail) Hoffman, Stanford Fullback, Plays
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., Dec. 1.--a Fine Gamie in 26-0 Victory
Rumors that Charles "Chuck" 1 Over iest Pointers
Bennett, offensive captain and
backfield ace of the 1928 H-oosier R "D CAG' LE. IS STO (PPED.
eleven, would soon leave Bloomning--j 1
ton to take the entrance examina- 1
tion for West Point Military A( -I hJ W YORK, Dec. 1.---Before 85-
demny, were dened here today b) 0" frenzied spectators jammed
the all-Conference halfback. pItito the Yankee stadiuin in New
was pointed out that the tppoilzt j Yok yesterday afternoon the pow-
ments would not De announed un- erfulI Stanford line held like a rock
til sometime in Jan-iuary. agaiinst the drives of Red Cagle and
The Hoosier back has benith1le rest of the Army backs, while
awaded a istnc 1-ono, i w the western backfield tore great'
alsode announc bynorG. Ctvewgsmholesa in the service line for a 26-0'
alsoannonce by , G.Cleenge, Ivic tor.
athletic director. Bennett was un- ! lie play of thle Stanford line
animously selected by the Indiana ~ottnigtruhu h
cocig, afa the outstanding Ientfire game as nearly all the Army
player on the 1028 sq-uiad. His name{
is to be engraved on the L. G. Bal- p1ays were smothered- before they'
four trophy, a new award system. faily got started. The big, fast
His name will be the first placed melt iromn the western coast'
on th~e placqtue. chage through the Army line and
Bennetthurried every pass and punt which
Benettapparently is an almost the eastern. eleven tried. In the
unanimous choice for all-Conifer mea ntne H-off man, Lewis and the
ence halfback, judg'inig from the others of the Stanford backs were
req-uests received by the athletic rppin off gains of varying length
department for pictures and infom 11through center and around end,-
mation concerning himt. He is ac- occasionally tossing a long pass
claimed as one of th-e greatest and very often connecting with a
backs produced here. shorut trick toss.
6- ------oHoffman,,Scores
I GEORGIA TECH TO PLAY TI1'lie interference shown by Pop,
I N COAST TO)URNAMENTl Warner's men was superb, and'
~I shortly after the opening kickoff
IATLANTA, Nov. 30. --GeorgiaI I they worked the ball down to the
1 Tech's football team will meet ; Army 15-yard line. On a series of'
I thei University of California 1 plunges', Biff Hoffman, giant full-
{eleven in the Pasadena Rose{ back, carried the ball over, but he
I bowl on January 1. Tech off i- { missed the try-for, goal, thus mak-
{cials and Southern Conference{ ing the score 6-0.
{ authorities today gave their I Stanford kicked off to the Army,
sanction to acceptance of an { and on the next play Cagle passed;
Iinvitation tendered the Gold- { for a first down. Here Stanford
Ien Torn-ado to appear in the held for three downs and then
Iannual intersectional classic. { Cagle pulled another toss to Cars-".
0- -o (Continued on Page Seven)
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