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DAILI
POE GIVEN PLACE
IN FIRST LINEUP
Seven Schools Are Represented
on Mythical Team, Three !
Men From Purdue.
SELECTION IS DIFFICULT
By Edward L. Warner.
Seven Western Conference teams
are represented pn the mythical
all'star eleven as chosen by the
Michigan Daily for 1929, Purdue
garnering the most places with
three of the Boilermakers listed.
Iowa and Northwestern each gainedt
two places on the aggregation,
while Michigan's nominee for Big
Ten honors is Howard Poe, veteran
guard.
The task of selecting an all-Con-
ference team is always fraught
with difficulties, due to local pre-
judice for the home team and the
complications involved in choos-
ing the best eleven men out of
more than 150 players in the Big'
Ten. In picking this mythical team,
the writer was handicapped in
having seen only six of the Con-
ference teams in action. However,
the accounts of reliable sport crit-
ics on the other four teams and
their stars were considered, while
the Michigan scouts and members
of the sport staff were consulted in,
order to obtain an unbiased con-
sensus of opinion.
Among the ends, Wesley Fesler
was far and away the best flank-
man in the Big Ten. The sensa-
tional Ohio State star, who was
chosen all-American last year,
again demonstrated his worth on a
mediocre team, crowning his
achievements with a 99-yard run
for a touchdown against North-
western. The other ends were just
about average, with Baker having
a slight edge over Tanner. Bill
Hewitt made a very favorable
showing in his first year of com-
petition, and bids fair to develop
into one of the Big Ten's outstand-
ing wingmen. Capt. Joe Truskowski.
was handicapped, due to being,
shifted from end to a backfield;
berth and then to end again. Had.
he played all season at the flank,
he undoubtedly would have earned
a higher place in the selections.
Red Sleight of Purdue was the
best tackle in the Conference, be-
ing the outstanding lineman in a
strong forward wall. He was in
there on every play, often knifing
through to down the opposing,
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PICKS
CAGERS PREPARE
TO MEETBISHOPS
With the probability that only
one member of last year's Confer-
ence championship basketball team
will start in the opening game!
against Ohio Wesleyan next Mon-
day night, Coach George VeenkerI
is drilling the squad hard to per-
fect a defense that will even re-
motely approach that of last sea-
son's team.
Captain Bob Chapman, the six-
foot three-inch center, will most
likely be the only regular of last;
year's team in the starting lineup,I
although Kanitz and Lovell, both
substitutes on last season's outfit,
will be available for duty. Joe;
Truskowski, who reported for aJ
light workout yesterday for the
frst time following the recent grid
campaign, will not be ready by
next Wveek, nor will Bill Orwig, the
other forward on the championship
team.
I Ohio Wesleyan will be far from a
set-up for Michigan. The Bishops
seem to have a liking for meeting
and defeating Big Ten teams on
the opening dates of the season.
Last year Coach Dietrick's team,
winners of the Ohio Conference
.championship, swamped Ohio State
33-20, in last season's lid-lifter.;
Wesleyan expects another good
team this winter, and Coach Veen-I
ker is looking forward to a real bat-
tle at the hands of the team from
the B.ckeye state.
Once before has Michigan metk
these same Battling Bishops. On
that occasion the Wolverines were
hard-pressed to emerge on the
long end of a 32-27 count, the close
decision going to the Maize and
Blue only after a final spurt in the
last two minutes.
COACH FARQUHAR RETURNS
AS BADGER PUCK MENTOR
(Special to The Daily)'
MADISON, Wis., Dec. 2.-Johnny
Farquhar, Canadian veteran hockey
and winter sports expert, will
again coach the University of Wis-
consin puck chasers, according to
an announcement by George Little,
director of Badger athletics, Sat-
urday.
Farquhar telegraphed his accep-
tance of the contract tendered him,
from his home at Winnipeg, Mani-
toba, indicating that he would ar-
rive in Madison Dec. 10 to start his
third season as coach of the Bad-
ger sextet.

ALL

CONFERENCE

TEAM,

FOR

1929

MICHIGAN DAILY ALL BIG TEN FOOTBALL TEAM

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Left End
Left Tackle
Left Guard
Center
Right Guard
Right Tackle
Right End
Quarterback
Left Half
Right Half

FIRST TEAM
Fesler (Ohio state)
Nagurski (Minnesota)
Poe (Michigan)
Kawal (Illinois)
Roberts (Iowa)
Sleight (Purdue)
Baker, (Northwestern).
Flarmeson (Purdue)
Glassgow (Iowa)
Welch (Purdue)

SECOND TEAM
Tanner (Minnesota)
Westra (Iowa),
Anderson (Northwestern)
Bovard (Michigan)
Steinke (Michigan)
Gordon (Illinois)
Hewitt (Michigan"
Mills (Illinois)
Ross (Indiana)
Gembis (Michigan,

THIRD TEAM
Truskowski (Michigan)
Poorman (Mivhigan)
Crane (IIllinois)
Erickson (Northwestern)
Parks (Wisconsin)
Unger (Indiana)
Gantenbein (Wisconsin)
Holman (Ohio State)
Pharmer (Minnesota)
Van Nice (Chicago)

With the swimming season get-
ting under way, Coach Matt Mann'sIV h L Il
Varsity natators are turning their__
fattentioi to water 0o010 as well: Nine Gridders to Make Appear-
The team is being put through a aice oi Coach Keen's Squad
more strenuous practice 'Period This Aftcrnoon.
than eve~ beforelargelyteertooth

than even before largely due to the
stiff opposition afforded by the
freshman team in the practice

'Fullback 3ergherm (Northwern) Rebholz (Wisconsin) Yunevich (Purdue) games.
Vacancies were left on the squad
HONORABLE MENTION-Ends-Catterton (India- na): Wolgast (Illinois); Woerner (Purdue). Tackles- of last season by the graduation of
Riley (Northwestern); Van Bibber (Purdue). Guards- Stears (Purdue); Selby (Ohio State); Weitz (lllinois.) ,iubble. Spindle, Watson, and
Centers-Magnussen (Iowa); Weaver (Chicago). Centers-Magnussen (Iowa): Weaver (Chicago).. Mertz. However their positions will
'Backs-Peters (Illinois); Simrall, Dahlem (Michigan); Riebeth (Minnesota); Pape (Iowa . 'be capably filled by new material.
------_.The forwards are Walker, Walaitas,I
-_Ault, Hubbley, Valentine, and Ladd.
THREE TEAMS ShARE TIE VARSITY TRACK. McCaffree and Hughes seem to be
TOR GRIDIRON SUPREMACY All candidates who intend to Intramural Items the most likely prospects to fill the
report for the Varsity track positions left by the graduating
team report to Yost Field House' backs. Watson and Hubble. Thomp-
y snaring an Army pass and n this week for locker assign- The following is a list of events son is also a back. The position of
sprinting from one goal line to the mients.to take place in the Intramural goal-tender is the most uncertain
other Jack Elder managed to keep ( Steve Farrell, Coach. building today. post on the team thus far. Miller,
Notre Dame among the contenders Iandba l Warner, and Fishman are waging
for the so-called national chamI- I:30 a hard battle for "goalie," one of!
pionship. Although outplayed in W ISCONSIN HOPES Phi Beta Delta vs. Zeta Beta Tau. the most important places on the
almost every department- -of tl<FO R GOOD SEASON Phi Gamma Delta vs. Psi Upsilon. team. Mucn depends upon the cali-
game by an inspired eleven from O G ODS A NI 8:30 bre of the water poloists, as they
West Point the rambling Irish ( 1 je ei rThe nDily) Sigma Zeta vs. Theta Xi. play a game after each conference
pulled the fat from the fire with a Di2vWme Velley Ball fleot.
break that brought to a fitting cli- covDIs basketbal Dec am, which 7:30
max the Army's hard luck jinx is b tea i Beta Theta Pi vs. Lambda Chi
which has dogged their footsteps maeisbo oh sao n a Bpha -ht - s amd h
all season. ae against the tBadger fresh-A
w i h a d g d t irrl footsteps ! gfavor a l D elta Sigm a Phi vs. Trigon. D is t tw e
.,.- ,_ , --_ - -, L - __-_, - me reenty. created a favorabl i

j NEW MEN ARE STRONG
Nine football men, five of whom
were players on the 1929 Varsii
have signified their intention of
trying for places on Coach Ciford
Keen's mat squad this season.
l With the advent of these men to
the team this afternoon the Wol-
verine roster will be complete and
Keen will start serious prepara-
tion for the first meet of the year
with Princeton on JaiNuary 11.
Strange as it may seem all of
these gridders on the wrestling
squad are not heavyweights or
even light heavies. Ray Parker, one
of the best men on the mat squad
last year and who won a letter at
guard on the football team this
season expects to compete in the
155 or 165 pound class, while Benze,
a "B" team gridder and an "AMA"
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Footwear

The great Cagle brought his grid-
iron career to a close in a blaze of}
glory even though his team had to
be content with the small end of
the score. Easily outshining the
other stars in the game, excepting
Elder's ten second sprint, Cagle
displayed that individual brilliance
which won him 'all-American rec-
l ognition last year.
In contrast with last season
when Georgia Tech. had practical-
ly undisputed claim to national
championship honors there are five
major teams who have neither
been beaten nor tied this fall. How-
ever in considering the class of
competition which has been en-'
countered three elevens stand out
in their claim for national recog-
nition, Notre Dame, Purdue and
Pittsburgh.
Admittedly running against the
toughest combination of opponents
Notre Dame came closest of the
three to suffering defeat. The one
point margin which spelt victory
for the Irish over Southern Cali-
fornia and the break which might
have been a touchdown for the
Army instead of Notre Dame were
much too close for comfort. Pur-
due in sweeping triumphantly
through the Western Conference,

impression as a shifty, smooth-
working outfit, excelling in floor
work and with two men, Matthusen {
and Farber, who showed a good j
eye for the basketball. The Varsity'
won, 21 to 2. I
Dr. Walter E. Meanwell, the Bad-I
ger coach, used more men than has
been his custom in these openingI
tilts and the average standard of
their play wa, good enough to
make it clear why he has kept 20
men on his Varsity instead of his
customary eight.
Following is the roster of the
Varsity squad: Delphus Drault,;
Two Rivers; Ted Chmielewski, Chi-
cago; Maurice Farber, Chicago;
Robert Fries, Bowling Green, O.; 1
Harry Griswold, Cambridge; Ed-
Imund Knechtges, Madison; Carl
Matthusen, Chicago; Harold Mich-
ler, Fond du Lac; Douglas Nelson,
Madison; John Paul, Milton Junc-
tion; John Poser, Columbus; Mar-
vin Steen, Bowling Green, O.; Chris
Steinmetz, Jr., Milwaukee; Lester
Zoelle, Watertown; Maynard Rier-
son, Madison; Russell Rebholz,
Portage; Nello Pacetti, Kenosha;
Howard Jensen, Mt: Gilead, 0.;
William Rubadown, Madison; Rus-
sell Tornowski, Fall Creek.

8:30
Acacia vs. Delta Alpha. Upsilon.
Phi Beta Delta vs. Sigma Alpha
Mu.
All-Campus Handball Singles.
7:00
Middleton vs. Lipson.
Joe Navarre vs. P. H. Lyons.
B. Singer vs. M. Engleman.
S. Kracht vs. L. Goodman.
8:00
J. Steinburg vs. A. Lance.
I. Hirse vs: Ed. Chapaitis.
I. L. Hayward vs. A. Tont.
B. L. Robins vs. Al. Seager.
9:00
R. Kedney vs. L. Stein.
Slex Redmiss vs. E. Jackson.
J. R. Royston vs. A. Aronow.
Lfsdovich vs. Wolff.
NEW YORK-Emil Meusal, broth-i
er of Bob Meusal and former star
National league outfielder, has
signed to coach the New York Gi-
ants next season.
OTTAWA, Can.-Ottawa leads the
International division of the Na-r
tional Professional Hockey league
with two victories and one tie game
thus far. Montreal holds second;
place with two victories and one
defeat.

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