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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 15,

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The zmUaf ((1 University of
Detroit foothall team disbanded
yesterday, following a meeting of
the athletic board, when all offers
for post-seasongames were reject-
ed. Invitations had come from
Los Angeles, Dallas and New Or-
leans It is bliived that the Ti-

has refused an offer o .l5,090
to join the executive s aff of
the St. Louis National leaguc
baseball club.
Capt. Al Lassman of New York U.
football fame, prominent as an all-{
American tackle candidate. wlio

YE'WRA\N TEA11 E~ERED tans w ere holding out to play in has been in the hospital sice the
-the Rose Bowl tourney. Carnegie Tech game, is improving
Toronto Y. M. C. A. will provide daily.
the competition when Michigan's Bruce Caldwell, who was a
swimming team opens its dual gridiron sar at Yale, has de- Scveral letterinei concluded
tankmen tonight in Toronto. Coach tided to try professional hock- their gridiron careers at lMij in-
Matt Mann accompanied by 10 ey. He has been offered a con- nesota this season. The veter-
swimmers left at 3 o'clock yester- tract by Providence and has ans who will not be back next
day afternoon for the Canadian ccep ed. Caldwcll is also fall are Captain Gibson, hay-
city. associated( with two other pro- craft, all-American end, lovd ,
The men who made the trip are fessional sports, bascball and Ukkelberg, Jolhnson, Arendsce,
Captain Spindle, Walker, Walaitis, football, and Gay.
Ault, Reif, Watson, Thompson,
Mertz, Eoldt, and Grimshaw. Seven ge ( aiir, lea1 foot- Two wresiig meet1 i.t 51 0111(
of these entries are lettermen while
erthes Eotis ard Gettermen will Otto Pommerening ball coach at Ohio Wesleyan un- i prove far from easy have been
ho participating in their first meet Star Michigan lineman, who was versity since 1921, has signed an- I added to the Indiana mat schedule.
as representatives of the Maize and selected by Grantland Rice on the other contract for three years, uni- I The Hoosier grapplers will journ=y
Blue. Grimshaw is replacing Bail- Collier's "official" All-American versity officials announce. to Lincoln for a meet with Nebrma --
ey in the fancy diving, as the lat- team. Pommerening is the six- ka Jan. 12, and Iowa State will
ter is suffering from an attack of! teenth Michigan man thus hon- ! L. W. St. Jlol, athletic direc- provide the opposition Jan. 14 :.1
infiuenza. ored, and the first Wolverine tack- tor at Ohio State university Ames.
Aubin Fast In Breast Strgke le to receive recognition on the
In the 200 yard relay event the mythical eleven. VETERAN MATERIAL LENDS BALANC[
Michigan quartet Willy consist of'- -V T R N M T RI LL TJ N
Walker, Walaitis, Reif, and Ault. TNORTHWETERNTOWIMTWEUADE
ERfSWIMSQUADj
Bob Walker, free style star, and
Frank Walaitis will compete for -N

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I ICIJIGAN'S ALL-AMERICAN
Gd1ADJlRQN HALL OF FAME
Iniliim I. Heston ...._Halfback
A dolph G. Schulz .,.....Center
Alb. rt Beubrook .........Guard
Stanfield M. Wells.........End
JLimes G. Craig . . . ilfbaek
John F. Maulbetsch...Halfback'
Ernest J. Allmendinger ..Guard
Cedric C. Smith .......Fullbackt
hlelry A. Vick.........Cciter
Harry G. Nipke ......alf back
Jack L. lott. .....Center
I dliff N Slaughtc( 1......Guard j
hAen Friedmia . . . .Quarterback
I eunie Gi. Oosterbaan .....End
Otto Ponnerening ........Tackle
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B" CAGERS HOLD
LIGHT WORKOUT
Miner defects of play revealed in
ile Toledo game Thursday night
Sm in for attention in yester-
lay's practice session for the Jun-!
i(r Varsity basketball squad. Drib-
n bling and the avoidance of per-
-onal fouls were the major points
stressed by Coach Courtwright.
While there was no general
crinmmage. ,the players being ex-1
cased from the more strenuous
work, a drill in bringing the ball
;town the floor to the forwards cli-S
ma ec the practice. The team ap-
,)eared to possess a rather strong
offensive against the University of
Toledo five but Coach Courtwright
is not certain that the results ob-
tained are entirely satisfactory.
On defense, there was little fault,
to be found with the work of the
B quintet. During the first half,
.vhen the regular Junior Varsity
m c:owas on the floor, the Tole-
Jo forwards found themselves fac-
ig a strong defensive squad. With-
nit actually blanking the visitors'
le Junior Varsity could scarcely1
)vv been more effective.
The clash was not quite as unin-
"eresting as the topheavy score
would indicate. The visiting five
dept trying throughout the whole
;ame and play never became ac-{
ually dull.l

ALLMERCANCHOSEN BY CRANTLAND RIE
Hayeraft And Fesler Are Other .Big gives Michigan its sixteenth all-
Ten Players Selected For American, and continues the Maize
Mythical Eleven and Blue record of having at least
one man on every honorary eleven
ERAZIL IS UTILITY BACK since 1921, a total of nine blue
sweatcred a thletes being chosen
Grantland Rice, who has picked. for positions on the mythical eleven
the ammual all-American team for during the last eight years.

Collier's since the death of Walter Rice's t4
Camp, has corroborated the choices six player
of writers and coaches all over from the T
the country by placing the each from
"official stamp of approval" on the will undo
selection of Otto Pommerening of the follow
Michigan for the left tackle posi- teams of
tion on his mythical eleven. which des
in picking players for posts on in the co
his team, considered the "real all- commenti
American," Rice based his selec- that the s
tions on four criteria, "all around which de
ability at the job, the quality of iority ove
the schedule, the luck in escaping in interse
injuries, and the quality of play in results la
the more vital games of the year." that mdiv
Lauds Wolverine TackleI
Judged by these standards, Pom- besides
inerening could not* be left off any selected t
all-American team. Rice, in com- Big TenI
menting upon the star Varsity left awarding
tackle, says, "Pommerening of ler, star
Michiganplayed 60 minutes of wingman,
each game through an eight-game ta veterar
schedule, and he was the rallying star capt
factor in Michigan's remarkable South's to
comeback. He starred in every team, whi
game on the Michigan schedule, merited t
and most of the eight were tough tion.
afternoons. Like Getto, Pommer- One of
ening had no off days." team is t
But no commendation can over- chosen fr
rate the value to the Wolverines of largest cr
Pommerening, as an outstanding j produced.
defensive star, as the main line Mizell of
factor in Michig'an's plunging at- of Minne
tack, as the fastest man on the Washingtc
field in .getting down under punts, justifiesY
and as a fighting leader who kept attention
the spirit of the line up to its high- easterners
est point. "Strong
The selection of Pommerening (Contir

,am, including as it does
rs from the East, three
Middle West, and but one
the South and Far West,
ubtedly be criticised by
iers of the outstanding
the latter two sections,
ervedly rated as the best
untry. Rice, however, in
ng on his selections, said
outhern and coast teams,
mon strated their super-
r those of other sections
ectional contests, gained
,rgely by team work, and
idual stars were lacking.
Pund At Center
Pommerening, Rice has
wo other players from the
for places on his eleven,
the end positions to Fes-
Ohio State sophomore
and Haycraft, Minneso-
n. Pund, Georgia Tech's
ain and center, is the
ne representative on the
ile Post, Stanford guard,
he coast's sole recogni-
the features of the 1928
he all-eastern backfield,
rom among one of the
ops of stellar backs ever
Although forced to leave
Georgia Tech, Glassgow
esota, and Carroll of
on off the team, Rice
his selections by calling
to the work of the four
given recognition.
was the leading scorer of
rued on Page Seven)

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Michigan in the 50 yard free style.
The 100 yard free style will find
Walker and Reif representing thej
Wolverines. Gibson, Toronto's fast-
est sprinter, will oppose the Mich-
igan swimmers in these events.
Jud Thompson and Mertz will
have a difficult task when they
attempt to defeat Aubin of the
Toronto teans in the 100 ,yards
breast stroke. Captain Spindle and
Boldt are given the edge over
their Canadian rivals in the back
stroke..
Ault Favored To Win j
Garnet Ault is favored over Jack
Thompson and Griffith of Toron-
to in the 220 yard free style. Ault
placed sixth in the 1500 meter race
at the Olympic games last sum-
mer when he competed as a mem-
ber of the Canadian Olympic team.
Watson will be Michigan's other
entry in this event.
The fancy diving will see Frank
Walaitis( matching form with Phil-
lips, Toronto's star springboard
performer. The latter placed sev-
enth in the lowboard diving at the
Olympic games. Grimshaw will
also dive for the Wolverines.
The Wolverine medley trio 1
will be composed of Spindle, back
stroker; Mertz, breast stroker; and
Watson, free styler. They should
win from the Canadians over the
300 yard distance.
While the Varsity team is eom-
peting in Toronto, other members
of the squad will be entered in
the Michigan A. A. U. meet at the
Detroit Women's City club. Thesej
include McCaffree, McDonald,f
Goldcmith, and Dinkelspiel in thej
100 yard handicap race, Hall and I
Rosenberg in the diving, and Aub-
bell in the back stroke. Several
fresh men will also compete.
WAIITING, Ind., Dec. 14.-Johnny
Mostil, fleet footed Chicago White
Sox outfielder, is still the "Pride of
Whiting." Mostil was feted by I
Whiting dignatories last night. #

TO -PLAYON COAST
Five Big Ten captains who led
their teams on the gridiron this
fall will be in the eastern lineup!
when the opening whistle blows for
the East-West charity football I
game Dec. 29 in San Francisco.
Capt. 'Butch' Nowack of Illinois,
Rube Wagner of Wisconsin, George
Gibson of Minnesota, 'Chuck' Ben-
nett of Indiana, and Walt Holmer
of Northwesterrr have all signified
their intention of making the trip.
Haycraft Included
Other Conference stars who will
represent the East include Ken
Haycraft, Minnesota end; Leo Ras-
kowski, Ohio State tackle; andl
'Yatz' Levison, Northwestern half-
back. Otto Pommerening of Michi-
gan turned down an offer of a
place on the squad.
Many players who have been
on all-American teams will be in
the East's lineup. These include
Ken Strong, New York U. scoring
ace; Howard JH1arpster, Carnegie
Tech's great quarterback; Al Wes-
ton, mainstay of the undefeated
Boston college team's backfield,
and Blue Howell, Nebraska captain
and ball carrying threat.
Practice In Chicago
The squad will assemble in Chi-
cage today to begin practice. The
eastern eleven will be under the
direction of Coach Dick Hanley of,
Northwestern and Andy Kerr of
W. & J.

- --I has won the Big Ten championship
Colbathl, Schwartz, And hinch Are nine times and won the national
Among Letterunen. Who Will Make title in 1914 and 1924. In 1925 the
Purple Team Formidable Purple tied for first place with the
Navy.
(Speial T( n 1T h)aiIy)Northwestern's water polo teain
SEVANSTON, Dec. 14.-North- has never lost a match since the
western university's swimming sport was introduced into the Con-
team which finished second in the ference in 1926. This year's tcani
Conference meet last year, faces appears even stronger than the
the coming season with the best previous three squads.
balanced squad since the cham- Capt. Walter Colbath, member of
pionship teams of 1924 and 1925. the Olympic team and National'
Eight lettermen and nine soph- collegiate diving champion, appears
omores, who won their numerals to have little opposition in the
as freshmen, compose the squad way of annexing the Big Ten title
which Coach Tom Robinson will again. He will also swim on the
place in the running for the Big 160-yard relay team.
Ten championship this winter. Schwartz Still Available
Michigan is the team which the Al Schwartz, star free style swim-
Purple figure to stand in their way mer, will be available for all of the
to the title. The Wolverines won free style events. Dick Hinch, Na-
both the Big Ten and the National tional collegiate back stroke chain--
championships last year with pion, will be one of the outstand-
Northwestern second in each meet. ing swimmers in that event. Ed-
Excell in Water Polo die Lennox, letterman in the breast
Since 1914, Northwestern, under stroke, appears to be in even better
the tutelege of Coach Robinson, (Continued on Page Seven)

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