SATLi.I-ZTi.DAY, DECEMBER 7, 1929
THE, MICHIGAN DAILY
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BALLILA Ptote:TsI(Ethe 0r thof asris while Minnesota and Ohio State (Continued from Page 6) - should considerably strengthen
-- outered e s a~ers in theBg .. , each have one. inelgibilty, leaving only two veter- ! the Illni .for what promises to 1
Philadelphia Americans Place °ther will appear in an ary Jamison includes Truskowski Junior Varsity Composed Mainly ans for duty against the Aggies, be a hectic season.
SSimmons, Foxx, and Grove ( "Four Wildcats are included on among the six best ends in the Con- of Sophomores Lacks which boasts of the best team that -
S on Mythical Ninethe all-Conference team selected erenceralong with Baker, Feser, Outstanding Men. has represented the school in many Chicago and Ohio State face hard
onMtiaNn.Iby Alden Jamison as sports editorI Woener, OoggeandiTnnrbu _ Men, y~.s schdules with what looks to be
for The Daily Northwestern. Ca he believes Fesler and Baker are (Continued from Page - mediocre teams. Neither of them
Sharing honors equally in 'the Henry Anderson, Frank Baker, utsanig.Rgardig Gebis(eContinupespctdfr Cn-favomnepsthtailest heBi
1929 selection of the all star team 1Micky Erickson, and Rus Bergherm sa n e Gembis Thursday, half hour scrimmage ses-s for a Con have lineups that will set the Big
of the Sporting News, St. Louis! are the Purple players named on Michigan and Rebholz of Wi-sQfn sins which will be lengthened next ference winner are fairly good Ten on fire with their ability, on the
baseball newspaper, five players the first eleven. sin were both leaders in the offense week, will be included in the regu- with the return of several vet- other hand, they can not be classed
Michigan's two Joes, T'ruskowski of thei.rsetvetas" Bran performers. "Gaga" Mills as setups. Ohio State especiallyi
from the American league and a lrruieo rcie
a nd Gembis, are amongthe The ai orthwese's all-star andJud Timm have reported should be a tough team to beat on
similar number from the National honored with posts on the second teams follow: In the defensive capacity "Red from the football squad and any occasion.
League have been selected by the team. Wolverines given honorable First Team. Justice has appeared as the .only -
187 votes of the Baseball Writers' mention are Bud Poorman, Al Bo- Ends-Baker (Northwestern( and altogether capable performer. Jus-
Association. The team annually Arand J.S quartetofFesler (Ohio State). tice, a star ena of this year's junior
chosen by the outstanding baseball players on the first mythical eleven, Takl s - Nag urski (M nesota)varsity gridiron team, seems cer-
scribes of America includes ten Purdue comes next with three Guards - Anderson (Northwest- tam of the back guard position
men, one for every position, and an places, Iowa is given two positions, ern) and Roberts (Iowa) when Coach Courtright announces
extra pitcher. Center - Erickson (Northwest- his starting lineup for next Satur-
An outstanding feature was the 1 V I ~ ~eml).1 day night. A noni ef
FACU Y BOXING Q atbk - Hameson (Pur- Height, so apparent on the Var-"!
unanimous selection by the writers uaeac sity squad, is noticeably lacking on
of Mickey Cochrane, the catching CLASSES OPENING due) Gthe "B" squad. Of the limited nun-Th
Hafak-lsgw(oa n ber of rangy men Arnold appears to I h Reop in
standby of the worlds' champion In response to numerous inquir- Welch (Purdue). be out in front and may get thecall T e enigOf
Philadelphia Athletics, for the back ies the Intramural Sport depart- Fullback- Berghern (Northwest- for the center position.
stop position. Cochrane received ment is making arrangements for a ern). Forwards are more plentiful with
187 votes, while three of his team- faculty boxing class. Coach Let Second Team. Lindsey, Coombes, Falls, and Tray
mates also were elected to the team. Phi-lbin will conduct the class eve- Ends - Woerner (Purdue) and ers leading the pack in the quest
"A's" Get Three Berths nings and hopes to conveniently Truskowski (Michigan) for regular positions. The former
The team lineup shows Al Si- arrange hours suitable to all. Tackles - Gordon (Illinois) and1 a product of Detroit Northwestern
mons, Philadelphia Athletics, in left The classes will be conducted in Van Bibber (Purdue). high school is.the fastest man on
field; Hack Wilson, Chicago Cubs, mass instruction for the most part Guards - Stears (Purdue) and the squad, a good shot, and a ster-
in center field; Babe Ruth, New with the individual work also hold- Parks (Wisconsin). ling floor man.
York Yankees, in center field; Jim- ing much interest. Center-Oja (Minnesota). Coach Courtright plans to pare
mny Fox, Philadelphia Athletics, at All interested in enrolling is thisQuarterback-Lusby (Wisconsin). his squad down to more workable
first base; Rogers Hornsby, Chicago class may do so by making am- Halfbacks-Timm (Illinois )and dimensions after he receives his HOUSE
mybs FteoxdPhiadePiAeTiancs, satylditersdbinenroling i hs Qatebc-ub Wicni) i suddw omoewral-
Cubs, at second base; Pie Traynor, rangements with Coach Philbin at Pharmer (Minnesota). final reinforcements from the -ranks
Pittsburg Pirates, at third base; the Intramural building. Fullback-Gembis (Michigan). I of the Varsity squad.
with Travis Jackson, of the New
w~un "i'rais jacxso, o neie
York Giants, at shortstop. Coch-
rane is the catching choice while
Burleigh Grimes, Pittsburg Pirates,
and Lefty Grove, Philadelphia Ath-
letics, draw the hurling berths.
This team can show a batting.
average of .327 over the past season
and if the hurlers are excluded the
average mountss to .346. The two
pitchers have compiler an average
of .740 in turning in 37 wins and 13
losses over the course of the sea-
Hornsby is the only player who
has earned a position on the Sport-
ing News selection for .all of five
years since the inception of the an-
nual pickings in 1923.
Seven players were chosen by
overwhelming majorities. The race
for the first base position proved
very close with Foxx winning over
Bill Terry of the Giants by a nar-
row margin. Hack Wilson had
much high-class competition for
the center garden award, while,
George Earnshaw of theAthletics
closely \pressed the selection of
Thursday, Dec. 5 Results.
Chi Psi defeated Tau Epsilon Phi,
Theta Chi defeated Lambda Chi
.Alpha, 3-0, default.
All Campus Teams.
Phelps defeated Sherman (semi-
All Campus Handball.
Gorelick defeated Larson.
Roehm defeated Stanchfield.
Smith defeated Cohen.
Phelps defeated Van Swenter.
Collins defeated Suzudle.
Crain defeated Schwartz, default.
Shettel defeated Fleescher, default.
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