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A nn- toune !?, B aseball, 0- icgnBle cs
ALL-AME~RICAN TT I i octr .All-Ame ricans
jFraniain, St. Mary's...... 1n (lhe fouryears tha t the All- 1 (141PR[LPM
Pominerening, M4ich. .......T ,{, 1 osess a
IBurke, Navy .... ..............encopiGbyTeAsoitdActio - - o*Os .o~~>
[ jHowe, Princeton...........CyTe socae I in ae T Out eli.-,
Post, Stanford .............CG IPres.s, Miclus:;un L the onyly team ; Witht z Tlec-Y'eaar ie
ISpeer, Georgia Tech........T to be represented oni esich of the From B lig Teni Play
jVan Sickel, Florida............elevern selected over' the 1 925-28
Clark, Colorado Col ....QB jp'iod. HEATED DEBATIE IS HIIID
I. Cagle, Army ,...........113; 1 The Wolverines placed Oostcr-
C arro l, U of as h . . . . . 1 b a a n a t " e n d tw ic e , F rie d m a n at( y A s c te I' c
Strong, N.Y . ......... F iquarterback once and Pom m eren - H CAOae.t. E c pt i h
j SECOND TEAM PUS, lug a t tackle this year. case of' the Army, the Big Ten
' Phillips, California.....E j West Point and Dartmouth, each hereafter will refuse to enter into
IGetto, Pittsburgh ..........T ; with three men placed in the se-j athletic relations with any teami,
IGibson, Minnesota.......... G; lections, are next. Sectionally, the which does not have a three-year
j Barragar, South. Calif. ...... Cj East has a substantial lead with 18 player rule.
jMcMullen, Nebraska....... G I of the 44 places. The Middle West After a turbulent debate, duirin2
j Brown, U. of Texas........ T ( occupies 12, the Far West 9 and which protests were made against
jFesler, Ohio State...... ,...E the South 5. such a rule, the faculty advisory
IMaple, Oreg'on State.....QBI committee of the confierence last
IMizel, Georgia Tech .. , ..,... HB1 I OP N r-TTETJ night decided to enforce the ruzle
IScull, Pennsylvania , .. ,..HB E11COLSEU with the one exception.
IHoffman, Stanford .... ... ,.. FB I! Action Helps Army
ITHIRD TEAM r OS. INK MONDAY The'i action saved the Armny fro)-n
I ?on isui.......V-embarrassment as it PozMsor was over tltw
N~rwckIllnoi .,...,... T SkaI~l 4 Ilalipius ~IiFeaurethree-year rule thatit broke spotI s
I Duont CogateJ~omudOpeiiii OfNCW I I relations with the Navy. X liile the <
j P'iidGeoria ''echC l4i as laxColieumI Navy has a rule identical with 1 1 ha:
,j Sander's, Southern Meth.....G t fth igTni wsi c-cel
j Dresseil, Wash. State....... T ?i1lln Barrett a nd JaMes Low- the exception.
jMessinger, Army .."... ,......E deli, Michxigan doubles champions Two Army sports officials, Lieu 1.
SHarpster, Carnegie ........QB I I in, fancy skating, Katherine Neth- Colonel Roger Alexander of Wes't
. Crabtree, Florida..... ,.....1HB ercott, ex-champion, and an im- Point and Col, W. C. Sweeney of
Glassgow, U. of Iowa ......UB '1)0osing array of figure skaters, the Third Infantry; Fort Sne11llg,
Snyder, Maryland ........,. FB! stunt skaters, aind speed skaters M\'inni, argued the c ise of ±thec
o -o , have been secured for the formal Army before the faculty commn~it -
openng o th newartficil ~ tee, and were delighited with tilt-'
:Comittee Expected I skating rink in the revamped decision, which nmeai the Armiy
To eint~d Tide Coliseumn at 8 o'clock Monday eve can carry out its scheduled football
To _Rinsateild nring. Igame with the tUniversity of liii-
Helen B~arrett is also the statel noes next year.
(By Asocitcd ess)woman's sin)gles fancy skating NorIaeJwue
NEW YORK, Dec. 8-Unless theI champion and has been very prom- The faculty c ommiiit tee , lhowt ver
signs have been misread "Big Bill" incnt durinig recent years in sk~at- agreed to enforce unequivocally th"
Tilden will fined himself restored to ing circles -throughout the country. rule agnaii st colleges and untiiveri-
good brace by the executive corn- She and her partner, James Low- sities although it is satisfied that'
m~tte o th UntedStaes awnden, recently acquired the doubles Notre Damte, which also was pro-
mi ee f te' nitd Sate Lan !title aiid have been givinlg exlhibi - tested and which has gamnes sched-
tennis association~ today. 01Ii'aiite nmn uled with three Big Tern football
j tons teamshnex falllilivssupntoanh
I arred from amateur play in 35 rinks in Detroit and Chicago. tasnx al ie ptIl<
nations holding membership in theI Besides the staris mention ed rule. The rule states that no play-
itrainlinternational tennis federation, above, eight or more~ figure skaters er is eligible to compete in 13i,
Tilden, it is expected, will be rein- who are outstaniding performers in . Ten athletics or against Big Ten
stated at the executive commit- winter festivals in the United' teams who has played more Whanll
tee's annual December meeting. States and Canada such as the : three years of to collegesu1 athletics. ns
Unofficially, several members of Belle Isle Winter Carnival and the The faculty acinajheol
the committee have expressed the Canadian carnivals, will also be highlight of thre'first day's meet-;.
opinion that thel tall Philadelphian brought to Ann Arbor for the ing of Big Ten athletic head,. j
has been punished enough for vio"- Coliseum opening. Several speed -
lating the amateur rule last sum- skaters fron Detroit and WindsorI COLORADO, SPRINGS 1aii'il
I mer, when he wrote newspaper ar - who will skate some exhibition I-ar'CrkPuboq teba,
tidles on the Wimbledon tourna-, races nre included in the opening a be am, 92 atano
ment in which he was a contestarnt. I program. the Colorado college foot ball lecarn.

rrak,' An.Wrestling Slates

higbt igTeneStars
Will Play On Coast,
CJ1ICAGO, Dec. 8.--Fight Big
Tc football stars, six of whoml won
Al 1-Con ference honors during the
pa,,;( sea<son, hzav6. agreed to play
h fr the East in its fourth annual
fgridtiron battle with an all-star



I I;tt .A 4. ,A' n . sA4Ai F' A4iiei.J~tn
1! Dec. 29.
The players are Capt. Rube Wag-
nohr, Wisconsin, tackle; Capt.
George Gibson,; Minnesota, guard;
Capt. Walter Holmer, Northwest-
ern, fullback; Kenneth Haycraf t,
Minnesota., end; Leo, Raskowski,
Ohio State, tackle; Yatz Levison,
Northwestern., quarterback; Of-
Pensive Capt. "Chuck" Bennett,
Indiana, halfback,. and Capt.
"Butch" Nowack, Illinois, tackle.
tlu'kuten To Begin Practice Monx-
olay Ni~;lit In Preparation For
1"'oiiglh Schedutle
.Members of the hockey squad
will begin practice at 6:00 Monday
evening in the reconstructed Coli:-
s;eum in preparation for one of the
t oughest schedules in years includ-
ig eight Big Ten games' against
Njinnesota anid Wisconsin and at
lc ast eight other games with some
of the stronigest teams in the coun-
It 'v
PBy far the strongest non-confer-
coiee hockey team to be encounter-
; d this year is the formidable ag-
;,ga tion from Western Ontario
vhieh is slated to play the Wol-
verines here on Jan. 7. The open-
it)() gamne of the season will be
p llayed- with another strong team
I roni Ontario Agriculture College
on D e, 20 on the Coliseum rink.
Marquette will 'come here for
two games on JTan. 11 and 12. ,A
return gamne will be' played at Mar-
(quette011 Feb. 16. The rest of the
schledule arranged so far includes
sihree games with Michigan State,
two to be played here and one at
L 'anising, and two games' with St.
Thomias both of which will be
plakyed inz Ann Arbor,
8I ibsen be, to The Michigan Daily,
$4,00 a, ytxir.


West, with the Rocky Mou'ntain
area included for the first time,
two to the South and only one to
the Middle West, exper ier-iciiig an'
"off-year" in All-American rank-
Many Good Backs
Nowhere was the race any swift-
er' Lhan that for the backfield posi-4
tions. It is noteworthy, therefore,
that Early Harry (Dutch) Clark,'
ball-carrying terror and halfback
extraordinary of Colorado college,
gets into the backfield combination
with Red Cagle of the. Army,
Chuck Carroll of Washington and
Ken Strong of New York Univer-
sity to give the .Rocky Mountain
its first chance shot at All-
American fame and glory.
Great ends were difficult to" find
this year. The first choices forl
flankmeni, Ike Franka n of St.
Mary's and Dale 'Van Sickle of

}#Apl17--Northwestern, Ihere j L UV IAIVi IN
Arpil 20-Iowa, here.I
1April 25-Minnesota, here. 3
I I May 11-Illinois, here, CO C E'C NEE C
IMay 13-Ohio State, there.
Ij May 17-Purclue, there. + SCHEDULES O 99MC H
IIMay 18-Northwestern, there. I 0t12MUHTE
I I May 24--Iowa, there. LISTS
1 May 25-Illinois, there,.___
jMay 27-Wisconsin, there.
IMay 30-Wisconsin, here, i TO PLAY 12 BALL GAMEs
June 1-Ohio State, here,.
ITRACK Michigan's 1929 baseball, track,
IMarch 23-Cornell, here. and wrestling schedules as drawn
IMay 4-Iowa., here, up yesterday at the opening meet-
IMay 14-Minnesota, there. l ing of the Western Conferenc
IMay 17-Illinois, there. ; coaches, vary but slightly from~ the
WRESTLING ones completed during the past
IJanuary 11-Chicago, here. 1 season.
January 19--West Virginia, The Varsity baseball team is
Ithere.! slated to meet seven Big Ten
j January 25--Michigan State I squads in a total of 12 games. This
here.I is the sameI number of contests
IFebruary 11 -Northwestern, , with Conference teams as appear-
Ithere. ed on the 1928 schedule, the only
1 1 February W6-Purdue, there, I change made being the dropping
IFebruary 2:3-Ohio, here, I (of Indiana from the list and the
1 March 2--Indiana, here. I substitution of a game with. the
hIOCKEY Gophers, to. be played .here April
1(Big Tens only)i 25. The Wolverines will play six
January 18-Minnesota, :here. I of the 12 games at home and the
IJanuary ,19--Minnesota, here. other half on foreign fields.
IFebruary 18--Wisconsin, there.; Trackmen To Meet Cornell
IFebruary 19-Wisconsin, there. 5 The trackkmen will meet the
IFebruary 21-Minnesota, there. Cornell squad on Ferry Field this
() February 23-Minnesota, there.j I year, also the I-laweyes, while they
IMarch 1-Wisconsin, here. ; will be forced to travel to Minne'-
IMarch 2--Wisconsin, here. apolis to take on the Gophers, and
o -- ---- - to Urbana to engage in a meet
with the 'Illini' thin clads.
Eby, Ohio Half, May 1 The wrestlers will find one more
JoinPro Gid Team Conference team opposing their
baid for honors this year, Chicago
bieing schaeduled to appear here to
(Byl Assocatdt[ C Lh'a) formally open the Conference
COLUMBIA, Dec. 7.---Byron Vby, schedule for the Wolverine squad.
the elusive halfback of the Ohioi There three Varsity squads will
State football team for three years, engage in a total of 23 sporting
has practically decided to capital- events, 'which include almost en-'
ize his gridiron ability by becom-! tirely contests and meets with Big
inlg a professional, he said today. Ten opponents. 'Twelve of the 23
-Eby said he would, go' to Cm - !contests will take place' at home.
c'innati Sunday morning for a -----
final conference with officials of.
the Cincinnati National Guard ', TMASGIFT
Professional football team, relative i
to joining the team. 1 Burr, Patters3oh
He said if ho turned professional' & Auld Co.
it would be to obtain money; Church at South U
enuhto finish school. --
] he irjj eals here are .
the nearest to home- J
cooked f o o d I'vy'c
Sfound in town."
$5.50 feal rid4eits for 5 e w
Over S'later's .4

Florida's fine team rank hig-h but _ -----gn __=a
do riot domiznate the field.Tebg
gest Inan on the teami outside o''PERi
Fraznk Speer, Georgia 'Tech, tackle,
Franikain is nevertheless fast andti w-
rated by Pacific Coast critics'as the
best all-around end since the days
of brick Muller at California. Vain -
Sickle is a. star at the passing gam~e I
in addition to being' a good block--
er and tackler.
The selections ins an outstanding -
group, of fine tacklers are Otto
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