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SLL-AMERICAN TEAM ,FOR 19291
an kContinued from Page 6) California captain whose splendid
Jap Douds, Washington & Jef- play throughout the season made
Coach Detrik's Aggregatonferson, andFred Sigton Albama the football world forget that he!
Won 13 Consecutive Vic- completed the tackles honored with once ran the wong way with thej
tories Last Season. Fay Vincent of Yale, nosed put by ball. Ticknor, a big, strong, roving
a whisker. 1center, who was the ,defensive star j
Jack Cannon, Notre Dame's of Harvard in every game, polled
IS FIRST GAME OF YEAR fighting guard, showed the way in . 3 votes for the place.
his position with 88 choices, 30 Tony Siano, Fordham captain,
By Gilson Wright, Ohio Wesleyan more than Bert Schwartz of Cali- another sterling defensive playert
Transcript. fornia. barely won the third honor in a
DELAWARE, Ohio, Dec. 7- An Roy Montgomery, Pittsburgh, close contest with Tim Moynihan,I
Ohio Wesleyan basketball team ;,and Waldo (Firpo) Green, Yale, Notre Dame's inspirational center.
that lastyea s eb13 c eam were given almost identical sup 'who suffered a broken bone in his.
thve victyeseforedbeinspe- port and ran well ahead of the ten- leg in the next to the last game on
acious Jack Law of Notre Dame and i the, Notre Dame schedule.
will open its 1929-30 season Mon- Ray Farris. the versatile North Car- IWith the quarterback position
day night against the4 University olina guard. consigned to Carideo beyond dis-
of Michigan at Ann Arbor.i Ben Ticknor, Harvard's busy pute by the landslide vote he
This year's quintet is built around snapper-back, won the center polled, the other backfield posi-
Floyd Siegenthaler, center, leading award by 20 votes from Roy Reigels, tions developed more of a contest.
scorer last year in the Buckeye con- .- _Octavius (Toby) Uansa, Pitts-
ference, of which Wesleyan tied lLburgh, led the halfbacks with the1
VEENKER HAS TALL
REMOVAL OF IOWA FROM BIG TEN
RAISES SEVERAL NEW PROBLEMS
Questions have been piling upon, the last time the
t ii to juqM ist what the Wes-'!.+ ,frihl
two teams should
fhp frnr d th
with Cincinnati for the champi
ship, although defeating the lat
in both games between the t
Has Veteran Squad.
In addition to Siegenthaler, w
scored 106 points in the 10 co
ference games last season. thereo
Francis Thomas, veteran gua
and Russell Spoonamore, anot]
man who won his letter as a gua
Russell Facchini and Donald M
lone, both forwards, are others w
won their letters, while Chu
Wertz, of football fame, is a v
Coach Ray Detrick has a quin
of sophomore- flashes who lik
may see action in the Michig
game in -order that he may t
their ability under fire. Theyi
elude Eric Gandrup and Paul I
field, forwards; Vincent Schube
center, and Howard Ginaven a:
Forrest Campbell, guards.
Lose Two Stars.
The team'sestare Siegenthaler, u
be playing his second game agai
the Wolverines, for he was at e:
on the Bishop eleven which defe
edlMichigan in football last y
17 to 7.
Detrick lost two of his best n
by graduation in Harry Hnizd
peppery high-scoring forward, a
John Halliday, guard. Hallid
scored a touchdown against Mic
gan last year on a 50-yard run a
besides being adept at football m
one of Detrick's most capa
guards in recent years.
New Cage Rules Put
in Effect by Coach
(Cgntinued from Page G)
crept into basketball because ofi
fact that this way of delaying
tion is a sure means of robbing1
game of much of its sport.
In the future one play must h
ensued before a player taken
of the game may be readmitted
substitute must oppear before
timers bench before the chief t
er is permitted to call timet
This is believed to be the ipsul
coaches calling time out in
Ithaca--Gil Dobie's job as 11
coach Of the Cornell football to
was made safe this year followin
great season by the Reds. Iti
rumored before that he had,
lived his usefulness here.
Ord, 4Pccial to Thle Da.ily)I
her EVANSTON,, ILL., DEC. 8. -
a-Northwestern University's basket-;
vho ball team will inaugurate the cage
uck season here Monday night, Dec..9,
ret- with the strong Cornell college team
htet of Mt. Vernon, Iowa, furnishing the
ely The Iowa quintet will provide
het!stiff opposition for the Wildcat
cn agers. The visitors finished 4in
Fi- third place in the. Midwest Confer-
ertj ence last year and only -one member
nd of the team was lost by graduation.
Coach Lloyd Deans five has always ,
made a strong showing against Big
will = Ten teams. In 1927 they lost a
nst close game to Michigan and defeat-
nd ed Minnesota.
at- Loss of Hal Schultz and Frank
ar, Marshall, two regular guards and
~ Hal Gleichmann, captain and f or-
amward, of last year's team places
i mr, Coach Dutch Lonborg in a di-
%nd cult position as he endeavors to
day round out a combination for the
hi- coming season.
nd Four lettermen, three of whom
was were regulars last season, will be
ble seen in action Monday night. They
are Rut Walter, center, ds Berg-
herm and Bert Riel, forwards and
Merril Mundy, guard. Walter is
h still slowed up from a bad knee1
es which was operated on in August
and it is possible that ,Bergherm
will work at center in the early
ac- Several promising Sgphomorel
the will also be given a chance to show
what they can do against the Cora
lave nell outfit. Bob McCarnes, a tall
out ,rangy lad hailing from Logansport;
d. A I Indiana, will be seen at forward
the some time during the evening. Bob
im- , Lockhart who played at Martins-
out. ville, Ind., during his prep school
t of days, will be given a try at one of
the the guard posts also. Bob Hails, an-
other sophomore, is. about the fast-
est and shiftiest boy on the squad
lead; and with some experience should
eamt work in well at a forward position.
ng a Johnny:Whalen, a reserve forward
was from last year's team must also be
out- I given consideration in sizing up the
Wildcat five for the coming season.
highly complimentary total of -105
votes for one halfback position and!
Keener Cagle, Army captain and
an All-American choice of 1928,
took the other place when, he was
given 71 votes to 64 for Ralph
(Pest) Welch of ,Purdue.
The South won representation in,
the backfield of the second eleveni
when 37 votes for Gene McEver of
Tennessee elected him as Welch's
Ben Lom, California's capable
threat, and Billy Banker, Tulane's
brightest star, compl ed the half-;
backs of the third team with 31
and 27 ballots respectively.
Glassgow, Iowa's great running
back, and Elder, Notre Dame's fleet
runner, almost crowded into the
select class. There was also con-,
siderable support for Cy Leland of
Texas Christian, Eddie Wittmer ofj
Princeton and Lloyd Brazil of De-
Big Bronko Nagurski had more
votes for fullback than any other
pile driving, line crushing ball car-
rier, but even- this impressive , to-
tal was exceeded by the number
who preferred to have him at tac-M
kle on the mythical team, so the
way was paved for Bernard (Tony)'
Holm, Alabama's powerful fullback,j
to win the last backfield nomina-
tion by 37 votes.
Pug Parkinson, another star
Pittsburgh back, was runner-up,
with Powerhouse Pomeroy of Utah
I third, Parkinson 'polling 27 votes
and Pomeroy 16.
Joe Savoldi, although he was not
quite All-Notre Dame, was given
enthusiastic support as was Clark
Hinkle, Bucknell, the East's lead-
!4ques onsl as wju1 a icy ameet 1in footal,t ney iortel ec
Four Men on Varsity Team tern Conference officials will do other to swallow the unsatisfying
Are Under Six Feet; Weiss concerning several matters now morsal of a O to O tie.
Is Shortest Player that they have definitely expelled Must Arrange Schedules.
Iowa from the Big Ten. Will some The possibilities open up con-
Michigan will be represented by other school be offered the place cerning the Big Ten basketball
anotheriantwl betballr te ty vacated by the Hawkeyes? What schedules have centered an unusual
tyear if the average height of the school, if any, will get the honor? amount of interest about the com-
members of the squad may -be talk- Will Iowa ever get back in? mittee in charge of this depart-
All of these questions are natur- ment of the Conference meeting at
en as a criterion. Of the 13 men of al and important ones but the Chicago. And incidentily the com-
the Varsity outfit at present, but problem most concerning the other I mittee is faced with something of
four of them are under six feet, and Conference schools right now has a problen of satisfying the differ-
three of these men are five feet 10 to do with the make up of the bas- ent viewpoints on how the games
~inches- ketball schedules as well as those should now be arranged.
Only Weiss, Kanitz, Downing, and of the other winter sports for the --
Hudson are able to walk under an present semester. The answer to J
obstacle six feet from the ground, this problem should be forthcom-
Weiss being the baby of the team ing within a few hours, in view ofa
at five feet seven inches. In addi- the fact that the same conference
tion to being the smallest man on of officials which ousted Iowa will
the squad the promising sophomore have to make out the schedules for
is known as one of the fastest, and the Big Ten teams before it breaks .
is looked upon as an almost sure ! up.
I starter against Ohio Weslyan. Will Not Meet Wolves Again.
Torrell at six feet two and one-j It seems quite likely that Michi-
half is the tallest man out for the gan has sent its final Varsity
Varsity, but is closely pressed by against that of Iowa in any sport.
!Captain Chapman who is six two The 1929-30 basketball schedule for
in his basketball togs. Two men, the Wolverines most certainly will
J.ennett, and Dougall are tied at not include the Hawkeyes and in o
six one while Truskowski Orwig, as much as none of the schedules'
Daniels, Lovell, and Rickett a in any other sport for next fall
promising sophomore guard stand have been definitely arranged. Iowa,
at six feet even. will not compete with Michigan on1
This array of height brmgs to .the gridiron as had been planned.L
mind the team which won the Con- The Hawkeyes will be missed1H o m e
ference title for Michigan last year I most by Michigan in the realm of
when Danny Rose was the only !football because of the keen spirit
man on the first five who did not of competition anj rivalry that has!
have to stoop when entering a gradually been built up through I The few extra pac
door. McCoy, Chapman, Truskowski, the years when the Maize and Blue
and Orwig were the other members I and -Iowa have battled on the grid- ages mailed or carried
of that team. I iron. Perhaps it is most fitting that home will be more than
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