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VETERANS RETURN MINNE oTA WRITE
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Fditor's Noe: This is the third of a seres
rof all-Conference gridI teams ns selectedl by the
the'r collge newspapers in the Big Ten.. An-
other ,vill a "pear in an early issue.
Although given no places on the
first all-Conference team selected
by Don McLaughlin for the Minne-
sota Daily, Michigan rated two men
on the second mythical eleven.
Capt. Joe Truskowski at end and
Al Bovard at center were the Wol-
verines chosen by the sports edi-
tor of the Minnesota Daily.
Two Gophers were honored on
the ,first eleven, Bob Tanner being
placed at end and Bronko Nagurski
at fullback. Purdue secured the
most positions on this team, while
Iowa, Minnesota, end Illinois had
two apiece. Northwestern and Ohio
State were given tho other two
berths.
Among the players given honor,
able mention by the Minnesota
Daily were Howard Poe at guard
and Joe Gembis at fullback. In
speaking of Tanner and Nagurski,I
McLaughlin says: "Tanner has been
the outstanding player, both on of-
fense and on defense, in the Min-
nesota line. . . . Nagurski rates
as one of - the greatest players ever
Yearling Grapplers in
Intensive Mat Workout

ER PICKS TWOI
ON SECOND TEAM
to wear the Maroon and Gold. No
player in the Conference is his
equal in backing ,up a line, just as
no other fullback is his equal at
crushing tne opponents' line." Thusl
the Minnesota writer justifies his[
stand in placing Nagurski in the 4
backfield, while most critics have
been naming him at tackle on my-
thical teams.
I The Minnesota Daily's selections
follow:

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First Team1
Ends-Fesler (Ohio State) and
Tanner (Minnesota)
Tackle&-Sleight (Purdue) and
Westra (Iowa)
Guards-Crane (Illinois) and An-
derson (Northwestern)
Center-Kawal (Illinois)
Quarterback - Harmeson (Pbr-
due)
Halfbacks-Glassgow (Iowa) and
Welch (Purdue)
Fullback-Nagurski (Minnesota)
Second Team
Ends -- Truskowski (Michigan)
and Baker (Northwestern)
Tackles-Marvil (Northwestern)
and Van Bibber (Purdue)
Guards-Myers (Iowa) and Pul-
krabek (Minnesota)-
Center--Bovard (Michigan)
Quarterback-Farrh (Iowa)
Halfbacks-Holman (Ohio State)
and Van Nice (Chicago)
Fullback-Bergherm (Northwest-
ern)

Hic zg d ur le r (CHICAGO 'CUBS SIGN OLVEF.-RINE
Signs With Cubs HURLER FOR TRYOUT NEXT OEERS
Bill McAfee, one of the outstand- gan baseball team took during theU IU I d I J
.*N :;.f. : 4.. }- ing pitchers of the college world summar vacation "Mace continaed '
and for two years a tower of his brilliant form in the box and ' Prof. Aigler and Nine Coaches
s. -{ strength on Wolverine champion- had little difficulty with the Japs
ship baseball teams has signed a as well as with the teams which Will. Make up Delegation
contract to play with the Chicago the Wolves played on h way to From Michigan.
Cubs, Coach Fisher announced yes- the coast.
terday. McAfee will graduate from The loss of McAfee will compel MAY REVISE SCHEDULES
the University in January and ex- Coach Fisher to find almost an en-
pects to join the National League tirely new hurling staff since [on.-
champions sometime in February I tague is the only man with exper-
at their training camp on Catalina ( lence returning. Even with some coaches who will attend the Big
Island. promising material coming up from Ten meeting starting at the Hotel
The big Wolverine has been one the yearling team of last year. Sherman in Chicago today will be
of the major factors why Coach Michigan will probably be weaker Professor Ralph Aigler, Michigan's
Fisher has been able 'to turn out in the box this season that it I has official representative on the Con-
tx: been for some time.
>,> :.">;;>f: two Conference championship ference Faculty Committee which
}f~r;:><::{:: ;.;rt teams in as many ears; since~ar
teams asmyyerwill decide the fate of Iowa in re-
ed with Fred Asbeck he was alARMY-NAVY GAME spect to Western Conference ath-
member of one of the best college F JONES letics.
..twirling staffs in the country. In , SIowa, repentant under the threat
1928 McAfee, not content with; los- I (y Aot re of expulsion from the Big Ten, has
Sing but one Conference game rav- i SOUTH BEND, Indiana Dec. 5- presented a lengthy 3,000 word plea
} ed high i the Big Ten batting aV- for reinstatemment to the Faculty
erages, and was so valuable with The Army and Navy football rela- Committee which is composed of
the stick that Coach Fisher used tion and the annual Army-Notre members from each of the Confer-
him in the field when it was not Dame classic is destined to replace ence schools. In the hands of these
Bill McAfeee. his turn in the box. it as one of the nation's traditional nine men, Iowa not having a vote
Star Michigan hurler who will Last season, while not coming -up gridiron battles Captain Lawrence on the question, will rest the ques-
ttempt to win a berth with the to his 1928 form at the plate, Mc- ,, tion of whether the Hawks have
Chicago Cubs next year. He will Afee proved himself invaluable to "Biff" Jones, retiring Army coach, cleaned up their athletic situation
eport to the Cubs' training camp the Wolverines by his pitching. On believes. sufficiently to warrant their return
fter the close of the semester. the Japanese trip which the Michi Coach Jones, here for the Notre to the fold.
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Eight Games Are Carded on Michigan's 1930
Gridiron Schedule; Chicago Wilt Come Here

Freshman wrestlers began inten-'

sive 'practice yesterday afternoon' __-
for the first time since last Friday's IOWA BASKETBALL Unless Iowa's threatened expul- Harvard contest. results from a
gruelling match with the Varsity. LNEUP IN DOUBT sion from the Big Ten becomes a home-and-home agreement, while
The squad of 45 remains intact !reality this week end, Michigan's the Michigan State game is tra-
with the exception of Alaimo, elu- (Special to'h ai)ootball sc edule for 1330 is now ditional in Wolverine gridiron riv
sie 125 pounder, whose torn ae gi- IOWA CITY, Dec. 5-Not much I complete. Six Conference and two'airy
mets have not yet healed. i more about the make-up of lis first non-Conference opponents are list-i Should Iowa leave the Big Ten',
Cah i sgoos aue yrin hteam than about his schedule of ed on next fall's grid card. Home Michigan will be compelled to seek.
squad is as good as any, yearlingJanuary, February, and March .games are scheduled with Michi- another opponent, if the quota of
grapplers of the past few years. games is known by Coach Rollie F. gan State, Minnesota, Illinois, Pur- eight games is to be fulfilled. As
Wyckuski, Malew tz, and Bishop Williams less than a week from the due, and Chicago, while the Wol- it stands, the schedule is as dil--
show special promise. These three opening of the University of Iowa verines will travel to Ohio State, cult as that faced by any other
boys won their bouts last Friday. basketball season. Iowa -and Harvard for out of town Conference school. Six Big Ten
Other men who show well in: Only five men may play simul- encounters. teams and Harvard provide Worthy
practice are: taneomisly on the court, yet Coach -The 1930 grid card was drawn tip opposition for any eleven, wi-le
One hundred twenty-five pound Williams has nine "I" winners and -.Last year, when the Conference ath- Michigan State cannot be consider-
'weight: Wilson, Sigwaxrt, ortes, about six other athletes who har- letic directors met at Chicago. The ed a setup.
and Ovson; 135 pound weight: bor first team ambitions.
Gans, Halliady, and Helliwell; 145 The Hawkeye coach faces the un- ;.._.N._......r.
pound weight, Kay and Chamber- jusual task of first trying out his
uin; 155 pound weight: Oehmann, material against an intersectional
Neumann, Schottstadt, and Steph- foe, Duquesne university of Pitts-
ens; 165 pound weight: Bosnia. burgh,Pa.
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Dame football victory banquet to-
night, said the Army-Notre DameI
game was amazing in its populari-
ty.
"We could start the Army-Notre
Dame game at 10 a. m. and fill the
Yankee stadium," he said. "The
teams then could retire for lunch
and meet before another capacity
crowd at 2 p. m. Topping that,
they could play a night game be-
fore 85,000 more spectators, and
still 100,000 fans would complainl
that they were unable to get tickets
to any one of the three games."
Coach Jones sgad-he did not-in-
tend- to retire. permanently. lie
will spend next year at, an army-
commission school as a student.

The Iowa officials in their peti-
tion will attempt to show that they
have done this, using as evidence
the fact that they have cha.nged the
control of Iowa's athletic destinies
' from an Advisory council to a
Board of Control. This was one of
the main, features which led to the,
investigatton and final expulsion
of Iowa last year.
Upon the decision which the Fac-
ulty Committee renders during its
meeting at the University Chib to-
night rests the character of the
I work which the coaches will have
to do. Should the expulsion of Iowa
be made permanent the mentors
will have to arrange new playing
schedules for all of the winter and
spring sports on te nine-team ba-
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