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December 16, 1928 - Image 7

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ILLINI LINEUP UNCHAN6 - ONIMERENING HONORED selected by Waiter Eckersall for the land Ri
~LL-CAMPVS JOORNEY FOR TILT WITh ___ Chicago Tribune. Pommerening, four p1
BY WALTER ECKERSALL Nowack, Illinois tackle, and Hay- prevent~
- - craft, Minnesota end, are the by putt:
0 IIIAT M ("-pu i~I 1,, 1 b i'" ) I Another honor has been accord- only Big Ten players so honored, at full]
(Continued From SEASO1~ \nc~2~sNiua;t Bradley probably Bobby Sport I~rieI~ and team
ed. Otto Pommerening with the Eckersall disagrees with Grant- Peunsyl'
basketball lineup which proved of- placing of the Wolverine star at ------ --- - - --*
Jones has definitely de- t~,u iuvolvcd iii the matter, guard on the all-American
cided not to play an exhibitio~~ vawplas ~tditi~':-~ ratlie-i' than o
135 pound class title will be con- Ruby ~ 1w ~ the Illini! match during the $10,000 LOS iiiCrit ~ eI~cUiet th~ (koriher ECKERSALL'S ALL-AMERICAN
TU Page Six) twill be retained by Coach Craig I LE-Haycraft......
tested for by more than 10 Varsity against Lombard here Sal urday Angeles open tournament to be learlery.
tiyouts and several freshmen. niglit. held January 10 to 13. In response "Pat" LT-Hibbs .Southern California
Kelly, an AMA winner of -last The arangement uses three vet- to urgent requests that he appCai~ AL
year, is favored over the rest of the erans, Capt. Dorn, How and ~1iJl j on the West coast during that Page stated that he will continue LG-Ponimerening . .Michigan I
field in the 145 pound division, and two recruits, Chuck uar'i;em period, the National Amatedr his eu~tom of this year in not hay- I C -Pund......Georgia Tech
while Rossman, Larius, and Stev- and "Horse" May. Harper ~ champion sent a wire to friends ing a peViiW neAt captain fom his I RG-Post...........Stanford
en~ will probably provide his j that the first time he would be end team - He says that he be- RT-Nowack..........Illinois
closest competition. Benz, al- hails from Chandlerville, appears able to play in the West would be ileves that the ~y4eni xvas a suc- RE-Phillips.......California
though handicapped by lack of cx- ~to be the most promising of the when he defends his title at Dcl cess during the pa.' t season, and QB-Harpster . . .Carnegie Tech
perience, has shown form in the sophomore material, handling Monte. that he will appuihl an offensive LE-Cagle.............Army
last few Varsity workouts and may himself with ease and e~ective- a deleiiVec;w Laii belore RH-Strong.......ew York U.
spring a surprise. ness. Harper lacks an inch of at- Coaches Dick Hawley and each game. i FB-Carroll.......Washington
Two Varsity men, Smith and taming six feet but May, an end Kerr of the Eastern team 0- 0 Equipped avzth
on th _______ ______
arkerfi are rated highest in the 158 e reserve squad, who comes Andy t~ ..l - - -- ~ ______ ____ ike fast Rodak -.
pound class due to Captain War froin Chicago, stands 6 feet 4! which will oppose e gii re~ Anastigrnat
resentatives of the West coast I
ren's absence, while Thrush and inches. coast in the annual charity f.1.9len~ N
SouthWorth, the latter a numeral Gridmen Rounding Into Shape I game to be held at San Fran- .
winner in 1926, are ranked the best Another week of work, it I ~ December 29, have con- An Ideal Xma Gifts
in the new 165 pound division. pected, Wil enable Mills and May
The two heaviest classes appear~ to throw off the effects of the verted the special car in which
to be toss ups between two football I transition from gridiron to floor. thu team is traveling into a
1 classroom so that the men
men, Draveling and Steinke, and Solyom and Bergeson, other squad - i from the various outfits may
inke, regular guard, has been show- vantage because of football bLit in the coming game. ~ A Soap F or ~ N ow -:- Easier
several highly touted freshmen. Ste men, have also been at a disad- learn the trick play to be used
ing well in Varsity workouts as have they are rounding into form. *~wwu4-w't ~i WITH the Cin6-Kodak, Mo
other 175 pounders, while several fLom~h.
Sigerfoos and Richardson, two bard has eight lettermen The exact status of "The Flying1 ~ 1)~dLtL~ 1-
~6od freshmen have also been un- ten out of 1927 team which WQ~ Finn" Pavo Nurmi, is as yet a mat -~ A 7 [-1 [1. N A a~ove, amateur movie-making
covered. I 15 games and included i ter of doubt. The champion run-In Cin~-Kodak . .has been
SCOl~<npr way.
Draveling Shows Well Butler in its vi&tims. rhe ~ is du~ to reach the United~ ~ a ~ .~ ~ - u * -- -.

cc in giving
aces instead
an all-east'
ing Carroll o~
ack instead
vania, Ride's c
than ei
(Id Bf.1.4
... always
further Si]

Draveling, Varsity end, and Hag-
er, "s" team tackle, rank the best
of the Varsity heavyweights, the
former having shown great im-
provement in the short time he has
been out for mat work, while

ieg Iu1J~ ~i e cuw;iwu uy .iidiry neii
and have two brothers from
Hoopeston, Francis and Lowell
Hall, as a nucleus. Lombard de-
feated the college stars composing
the Canton American Legion 27-25
in their first e'ame.

uasuie ano btodldaro, ~wo prom-~
Cord Lipe's reserves will engage
1~ing yearlings, are expected to give the Lombard secondary five at 4 I
the two gridmen a battle.
___________________ o'clockk Saturday afternoon.
CINCINNATI - Playing c h ~ ~ of After Kes Deimling, a veteran
games by mail with Princeton is two seasons, had appeared for'
the latest intercollegiate activity j practice this week, Coach Ruby
here. Correspondence matches are was not optimistic about the
also planned with Ohio Weslcyan chances for his return. Deimling's
Western Reserve, and Ohio State. football injury, it is feared, will
_________ _______ I make him unavailable.
CARLETON COLLEGE.-The St Opening against Bradley, the II-
Olaf Lutheran Choir, well-known j lini showed some speedy basket-
musical organization, will cele- ball. Ernie Dorn never blessed with
brate its twenty-fifth anniversary many breaks in basket shooting,
next year by a trip to Norway. and his followers all se~nned to
Manchuria raised more l'~.ve good ba.~et eyes.
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States for a visit today, and man
of his close friends are guessing~
whether he will turn pro or remain
true to the standards of amateur-
ism. Hugo Quist, one of the Finn's
few confidents stated that he cx
pected Nurmi to remain an ama
tour for at least another season, I
and then he may consider a j o
fessional offer,
A new system is to be in-
augurate4 at the University of
Minnesota wherein the captain
of the football teams will be
appointed by the coach rather
than being elected as was for-
inerly the case. This depai-
ture from custom was neces--
sary because the fraternities
oii the campus were beeonii~"

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