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THE MICHIGA.M DAILY

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Colgate Coach Asks
Grid Stars to PlayI
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ANOTHER SET OF HORSEMEN RAMBLE ON TO FAME

Invitations to join the East team r .
for the annual game with the West ~kf.
iSan Francisco, New Year's day x ::.. ,...
have been sent to nine prominent ..........................................................__
eastern football players b Coach I
IAndy Kerr of Colgaate, org S/anizer of r '":":" ::
the East team.........................;
Joe Donchess of Pittsburgh, prac-"
tically a unanmous selection at a
wing post on All-American teams,
heads the list of flankers with Delr
Seacrist of Washington and Jeffer-}
son and Hal Booma of Dartmouth i
also named.
Backfield talent slated for action ,
include Pug Parkinson of Pitts-
burgh, Tommy Dowler and Julesi
Yablok of Colgate, and the mighty
Lloyd Brazil of Detroit. Of this
quartet Brazil was named on Rice's j
All-American selection of last year
as a utility backfield performer and:
is known the country over as one
of the most versatile backs of the Associated Press Photo
season. Emerging trimphant from the toughest schedule ever attempted by any team in recent year, the
Linemen already chosen are the f 1929 edition of the four horsemen of Notre Dame has fittingly followed the tradition laid down by their
mighty Colgate captain, Johnny predecessors of a few years back. From left to right they are: Marty Brill, Larry Mullins, Jack Elder, and
Cox, a center, and Ray Montgom- Frank Carideo. The spectacular dashes of Elderhave kept him in the limelight of the football world
ery, Pitt guard, who has been a all season, while the all-round play of 'Carideo, the brains of the rambling Irish machine, is sure to win
tower of strength in the Panther's him some recognition when the time to pick All-American teams comes around.
forward wall. I.-

Yearling BasketballRmIrLIt- l5 EE IPD
Squad Receives Grid IpII 1I I.ESI
Men Into Its RanksIT
Coach Ray'Fisher has been work- DUN Ijj
ing with the freshman basketball
team for the past few weeks and is Coach Johnstone Hopes for
beginning to weed out the poorest Good Season With 15 Vet-
prospects. The policy followed in erans on Varsity Squad.
the practice session thur far has
been merely to divide the entire LOSS OF WIGGERS FELT
group of first year men who re-
ported for practice into several With hopes of another successful
teams for scrimmage among them- season this year Coach Johnstonc
selves. By this process the coache' is gradually rounding the Varsity
have been able to cut the squad -fencing team into condition for the
opening of the Big Ten t schedule
to a few teams. which is still over two months in
There are 41 men still reporting the future. Coach Johnstone now
fhas a squad of 15 candidates with.

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Varsity -Faculty Water INGRAM TO STAY
OHIO STATE LANTERN SELECTS Polo Tilt Is Postponed
PooTitIsPstoe AS NAVY COACH
POE ON ALL-CONFERENCE TEAM What promised to be one of the'
prize water polo contests of the;

for practice, regularly. e nsquar d;
was down to about 25, but the foot-'
ball men from both the physical
eds and the regular freshman grid'
squad thave brought it up to the
present number.
It is expected *that the yearling,
[squad will produce some excellent;
material this season, but as yet no,
actual effort has been made on the ,
part of the coaches to observe indi-
vidual performers. They expect to
move their practices down to the
Yost Field House soon alternating!
their sessions with the varsity andI
occasionally scrimmaging them. ;
The first year men do not playl
any definite schedule of games,
confining their activities to the ;
scrimmages among themselves and1
against the varsity. Fisher hopes to
have the squad cut down to about
20 men by the end of the week, by
the process of elimination. With a1
group of this size he will be able 7
to work with the outstanding men7
individually with a view to *devel-
oping a well-rounded team.(

at least one veteran in each cvenvt-
At present it appears that if the
Michigan fencers are to repeat with
a second place in the Conference
this season the major share of the
burden will have to be carried by
the men in the foils and sabre
events inasmuch as Coach John-
stone has a predominance of vet:
erans using these weapons. Only
one man, Winer, is left from the
1929 team in tle epee.
Prior to the opening of the West-
ern Conference matches which will
be arranged at the Big Ten coaches'-
meeting in Chicago tomorrow aid-
Saturday, the Maize and Blue wea-
pon wielders will probably have a
few meets with other teams in the
state. Plans for other matches are
being held up until after the meet-
ing in Chicago.
A meet will be held between the
Varsity and the freshmen sometime
before the holidays as well as one
immediately afterwards. It is quite
likely that the freshmen will give
the Varsity fencers more competi-
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Editores Notc: This is the secsnd of a series
of ail-Conference grid teams as selected by the
other college newspapers in the Big Ten.. An-
other will anrear in an early issue.
Two Buckeye players are given
positions on the all-Conference,
eleven as picked by Lester J. Bied-
erman, sports editor for the Ohio
State Lantern. Wesley Fesler at end
and Sam Selby at guard are the
Scarlet and Gray representatives
on the mythical aggregation. How-
ard Poe is the only Michigan play-
er mentioned, being placed at right
guard on the second team.
Only six Conference schools gained
places on the first team, Illinois
having the largest number with
three Indians listed. Kawal, Crane
and Peters were the Illini men
chosen by Biederman. Minnesota,
Purdue, and Ohio, were each award-
ed two places while Iowa and
Northwestern had one apiece.
In speaking of Poe as a second
team choice, Biederman said:
"Hank Anderson of Northwestern
and Poe of Michigan rate second
'team choices-.---Poe played fine ball
all season and was the best Michi-
gan lineman on the field the day
Ohio defeated Michigan."
Holcomb, another Buckeye, was-
named on the Lantern's second
team. Northwestern and Purdue
each were given three positions on
the second eleven. White of Purdue1
was given the quarterback berth, a
fact which may cause comment. In
speaking of White, Biederman
said: "This lad at Lafayette, Ind.,
practically made the great Purdue
outfit. He carried the ball a negli-
gible number of time devoting his.
opportunities to clearing the way
for the ball carriers. White was the
brains of the Purdue Big Ten cham-
pions."
The Lantern's selections follow:
First Team.
Ends-Tanner (Minnesota) and
Tesler (Ohio State).
Tackles--Sleight (Purdue) and

Nagurski (Minnesota).
Guards-Selby (Ohio State) and
Crane (Illinois).
Centers-Kawal (Illinois).
Quarterback-Peters (Illinois).3
Halfback - Harmeson (Pur-
due) and Glassgow (Iowa).
Fullback-Bergherm (Northwest-
.ern).
Second Team.
Ends-Woerner (Purdue) and Ba-
ker (Northwestern).
Tackles-Westra (Iowa) and Gor-
don (Illinois).
Guards-Anderson (Northwest-
ern) and Poe (Michigan).
Center-Erickson (Northwestern).
Quarterback-White (Purdue).
Halfbacks-Pharmer (Minnesota)
and Welch (Purdue).
Fullback-Holcomb (Ohio State).
FRESHMAN TRACK.
There will be a meeting of all
freshmen track candidates at
''ost Field House, Wednesday
at_4:30_T.hM. __
NEW YORK-When Notre Dame
played the Army at New York there
were over40 football coaches in the
stands, many of them having been
named as successor to Charley
Crowley of Columbia in different
rumors.

year, the scheduled match between William A. (Bill) Ingram will be
the Varsity and the faculty team, retained as coach of the Nevy foot-
has been postponed. The game was
to have been played this afternoon. ball team next year, according to
?In view of the fact that the faculty announcement from Annapolis. In-
played a degenerated type of game, gram, the youngest of three broth-
Big Ten rules were not to be adher- ers who starred at the academy,'
ed to, but the Varsity swimmers
were going to meet their foes in a began his term as Navy coach in
typical faculty rough and tumble. 1926.
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