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TUESDTAY. DECEMBR 4. 192

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CONFERENCE

FOOTBALL CHOICES

MAKES TAgSK OF IKIGINIIDUAL STAR
FOR PLACES ON L ICULT
POMMERENING AND POE ARE 0 0
SELECTED FOR FIRST I ALL' CONFERENCE TEAMS
TEAM HONORS
First Team
AGURSKI -IS UTILITY MAN LE-Haycraft (Minn.) l
LT-Pommerening (Mich.)
By Morris Quinn LG--Poe (Mich.)
As soon as the curtain has been C- Randolph (Ind.)I
ruing down at the close of each RG-Gibson (Minn.)
football season, football fans, RT-Wagner (Wis.)I
critics,- and coaches turn their at- RE-Fessler (Ohio)
teintion to the difficult task of QB-Hovde (Minn.)
singling out the outstanding play- LH-Welch (Purdue)
ers in their respective districts and RH-Glassgow (Iowa)

LEiADS W~EST IN SCORING i

YEARLING
MROVE TO,:

PACiFIC COAST ELE
GTIDIRON; TITAN.
Stanford Defeats Army 26-0 While
Southern California Upsets
Notre Dame 27-14

Freshmen Report To Field House Only a lonely eastern football
After Preliminary Work At eleven from Boston college and theI
Waterman Gymnasium University of Detroit in the mid-I
dle West kept Saturday's battles
27 MEN ARE RETAINED on the gridiron from being domi-
nated by the Pacific coast teams.
Another step in the development Following close on the heels of
of Coach Fisher's freshman basket- Oregon Aggies' unexpected defeat.
ball squad was marked with the of New York university on Thanks-
transfer of the yearling cagers iving Day, Pop Warner's Stanford
from the Waterman gymnasium team invaded New York and
where they have been holding trounced the Army, 26 to 0,. while
preliminary practice to the mor oeSouthern California gained revenge
spacious floor of the Yost Field for previous defeats by upsetting
house yesterday afternoon. Notre Dame, 27 to 14.
115 men reported to Coach Fih- Iloffman Shines Against Army
er for the initial call for yearling ff Hoffman outshown Red
court aspirants and of this num- Cagle in t ie crushing Cadet defeat
ber 27 have survived the early sea- although "Onward Christian" was
son paring necessary to cut. the the only Army back that stood out,
squad to a more workable size. his individual efforts not being suf-
Some 8 or 10 football men are ex- ficient to stem the Cardinal rush.
pected to report in addition to this Only a week before, the Army had
number and from this group 20 will disposed of a. rather formidable
I probably be retained for practice eleven from Nebraska, 13 to 3, but
throughout the season. the Cadet eleven had little to offer
Prep Stars Available in the clash with the Stanford
The following men have survived team.
the initial cuts: Holland, O'Neil, Notre Dame Defeated
Piekarski, Waters, Gersbach, Black, While Notre Dame is a somewhat!
Krolczyk, Purncker, Pendell, Weiss, sub-normal Irish team this year,
Bartholomew, Heston, Lindsay, Knute Rockne's proteges are still a
Connors, Jennet, McNeil, Chapman, dangerous eleven and the 27-to-14
McDonald, Daniels, B u r n h a m, victory was quite welcome to
Ricketts, Garner, Falls, Chatter- Southern California. A rather un-
ton, Parsons, Jones, and Crawford. canny success with the aerial.game
______Among this number are included coupled with some effective line
many who have won considerable plunging were the big factors in
fame in prep school backetball subduing the South Bend hopefuls.
Dutch' Clark both in this state and in other The Trojans had their most suc-l
Sensational Colorado University states. cessful attack at work in the first
halfback, who led the Rocky Moun- According to Coach Fisher the half when a margin of 20 to 0 was
tain Conference and the west in- squad more nearly approaches the established since the Irish rallied
the race for high scoring honors average freshman squad in sta- in the final period and fought on
during the past season. Besides ture than last year when there even terms, both elevens crossing
outdistancing all other backs in the seemed to be a preponderance of each other's goal twice.
matter of making touchdowns, the smaller players. Much de- While the Pacific coast was mon-
Clark's gains averaged ten yards pends on the development of the opolizing the stage, two undefeated
for every time he carried the ball. freshmen cagers for in their. year
of tutelage underiCoach Fisher Ypsilanti Five Added
Trojansthe first year men gain their initialsUpe E ryF
insight into the secrets of the To B Team Schedule
Prediction Of Rockne Michigan style of court play and
--- a good foundation goes far in the! With the completion of a home-
My Assi)ciated Press) development of the varsity cage F and-home arrangement with Mich-
CHICAGO, Dec. 3.-When the star. igan State Normal college, two
S o u t I c r m California Trojans Last Year's Squad Smual I games have been added to the
trounced Notre Dame's eleven Last year saw the dccvlopmient of Wolverine "B" team cage schedule
Saturday, Coach Knute Rockne of a freshman squad which though for this season. The Michigan
noticeably handicapped by small junior varsity five will journey to
the Ramblers lost his perfect per- stature made up the. shortcoming ( Ypsilanti for a game on Jan. 7,1
centage as a prophet. 1 with speed. Among the men who I while the return contest is slated
At the start of the season, I are at present bidding for berths for Jan 10 in Yost fieldhouse. Mt.I
Rockne predicted his team would on the varsity are Glocheski, Pleasant, Toledo, and Alma are
lose th~r i a , Dougall, and Weinstein. the other teams which have been
l Daily practice will con titiuc in scheduled for the "B" team by
the Trojans made it four. the Field house. Coach George Veenker.

'VENS DOMINA TE ADIIP
S ARE UNDEFEAT EDW
teams concluded their regular sea-
sons with spotless reconds.. Beaten t
and demoralized when the first
half concluded, a University of De-
troit eleven responded to the dress-
ing - room exhortations of the
coaches a.nd romped away to a one
sided victory, 33 to 13. STRONG DEI
The Titans, by their <easy victory SCORIN(
hung up. their fifteenth; consecu-Iit
tive victory since a Notre Dame de-
feat early in the 1927 season. LedK
by Captain Tom Connell and the KICKS W1
flashy Brazil, the University of De-
troit .routed their .hardest foe of I
the season in a manner that left NEW YOR
no questions as to the superior anent in defe
eleven. emotion in t
Boston college also closed an un- teams haved1
defeated season by defeating Holy accumulated
Cross, 19 to 0. Al Weston, Bostonssiderable bl
triple threat back, tossed two long 1927
passes to, Creedon and Murphy for The countr
two o, the touchdowns while Mirl-. determined b
ey, Eagle halfback, sprinted 35 fomn the rec
yards for the third tally. tions repres
Five Teams..Still Unbeaten scoied n total
The. end of the, grid season finds in the cours
five teams still in the undefeated 14.98 points1
and ,untied class, Georgia Tech, Offense
Florida,,University of Detroit, Bos- Over a per
ton college, and Emory and Henry. -which avera
. - -puted. 1922.

TOTAL PO-INT
FENSIVE AND LIGHT
G NAVY TEAM
EXAMPLE
N FOR MICHIGAN
AssociatedI Press)
K, Dec. 3-Advance-
nse and a decided re-
the numnber of setup
kept the total points
by this season's col-
elevens down to con-
ow the bumper crop of
ry's average team, as
y the Associated Press
ords of 159 aggrega-
enting every section,
of 127 and 3-10 points
3 of the season and
per game.
Strong In 1927
iod of seven.years for
ges have been com-
1923, and 1927 stand
s in which the offense
d while in 1924,. 1925,
)w again in 1928 the
eeded in solving the

WILCE MAY HEAD GRID.
COACHES AT NEBRASKA

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out as season
predominated
1926 and no
defense :succi

(By Associated Press) assaults and kept down the scor-
CHICAGO, Dec. 3.-Reports per- ing.
sisted in Big Ten football circles i A team typical of the low scor-
today that Dr. Jack Wilce was ling strong defensive team of 1928
seriously considering an offer to l was the Navy.
resume head football coach at the l Low Scores Common
University of Nebraska. Low scores were the rule through-
Wilce, who resigned as coach at out the entire Western Conference,
Ohio State because of alumni criti- where, with the single exception of
cism last winter, also has been re- Chicago, which was below par, the
p lree to have received similar of- elevens were closely matched. This
fers from Harvard and other uni- situation gave added importance to
versities the player with field goal kicking
versites. Iability and Michigan has the un-
The Nebraska offer caused a big- abused record of winning three of
ger stir today following reports its games in this manner, Joe Gem-
that Coach Ernest Bearg of Ne- bis' toe accounting for two impor-
braska planned to return to Wash- tant victories over Illinois and
burn college. Iowa.
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