SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1930 THE
S H RAM AVOLI AIDS IRISH TO WIN 4
AY CAINPLVEE\INDIANA ELEVEN, 27-0
Carideo, Tickror. ind Ls, ;,_AreI
Slated Yo 601 -atacar n
OTHERS NOT ELIGIBLE
The By 'Associaled Pros.;) oC
The All-America scrable in foo
ball covers so much terrtory and
talent that it is rare for a perfor-
mer to repeat nowadays, under 3??
the full glare of the spotlight. °
Only three of last year's all-star
eleven have a chance to make the
mythical grade again. The trig'
concerned are Frank Carideo, No- r
tre Dame's quarterback; Wesley
Fesler, Ohio State's great end, and
Ben Ticknor, Harvard's captain
and roving center.
As the directing field marshal of t z
the fast-traveling Irish, Carideo isr
in a great spot for anyone with
ambitions to repeat an All-Ameri-
The spotlight is on Notre Dame, -
win, lose or draw, from now on, so
Carideo can clinch his post of hon-
or by the simple process of leading
the Irish to a majority of victories
over the route that takes in Indi-. t
ana, Pennsylvania, Drake, North-
western, Army and Southern Cal- 4 O=
Fesler and Ticknor haven't thea
advantages that accrue from be- e- - --
Ing almost constantly in the lime- Wolverines T k D Noted Notre Dame backfield stars
light. Of course, this constant sub- who is aiding his team in the racee
jection to detailed attention may fter Scrimmage for another national title this yearI
also have its disadvantages, htt
An off-Saturday can more quick- (Continued from Page 6) has proved an all-important factor
ly be forgotten if the story happens I field at the expense of the regulars. in the grid games of the Irish thus
to have been of minor concern in In the practice A/ichigan con- far. Savoldi and ihe remainder of
the metropolitan press. However, frIthe first string line-up were not
both Ohio State and Harvard will t ued to show a poor defense o injected into the game yesterday
be sufficiently in the picture from Harvard pass plays, but a week j against the Hoosiers by C o a c h
now on to offer a thorough test of more work should iron out that Knute Rockne until the beginning
the merits of Ticknor and Fesler, difficulty. The injured members of of the second quarter when the
two brilliant linesmen, two durable the squad are rounding into shape score was still tied at 0-0. However,
performers and two fine leaders. and it is likely that they all will the Rambling regulars found them-
CHICAGO.-Th-be ready to work against the Crim- selves in the third period when
CHICAGO.-The Chi eago Cubs will son next Saturday. Harvard will Savoldi rammed through the line
start practice at Catalina island a undoubtedly put their strongest for four yards and then broke off
week earlier next year, announces team on the field, with the excep- tackle for a 35-yard runsfor the ini-
Manager Hornsby, and will play a tion of halfback Devens, who broke tial touchdown, the final score be-
longer exhibition series before the his leg in the Dartmouth game. I ing 27-0.
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Outstan cgx Payers for year in the Eastern Intercollegiate
dng Paers r meet, made such a good showing,
the Spartan defeat came as a re-4
flay in ticsoli-Ca;- tennis sult of failure to place another
ournament which is being spon- man before the sixth position
ored b athe tItramural a State's total mounted fast with the
s en' is ratiwk ' ' a Ti s g don 'n; tc Spartan runners adding six, seven,
he c ter- z his i the gre up nine, and ten points for their last
ngs 'v ich were Orihnaly an- four scorers.
need. Youn- has aiv-nced to Yesterday's run, although having
e cuarter-finals and has esab- st
_hed himself as on l of the leaders no cearing on the Conference title,1
. the tournament by beating Wi!- has given Coach Charles Hoyt an
lams yesterday im a decisive excellent opportunity to witness hisy
match, 6-2, 3-4. men in action and will choose the
Williams will meet Land in the,.
first match of this round. Land squad to accompany him to Ur-
eached t1is frame by virtue of a bana this week-end for the triang-
sin over Root in two sets, 3-2, 6-0. ular meet with Illinois and Ohio
Another player who has been show-' State on the basis of individual
ng some real form is W. Wilcox performance a g a i n s t Michigan
who has reached the cuarter-final State.
round in the first group with two Ten men are permitted to go to
outstanding wins to his credit. the meet, but Coach Hoyt has not
DrawIng a bye ir the first round, as yet decided whether or not he
)e stepped out to take over Cum- will carry a full squad. However, in-
mings in two sets, 6-1,'6-2, and fol- dications after yesterday's showing
owed this with a win over Muzzey, point to the possibility that ten
who is no mean player, in another men will make the trip. Conference
two set match, 6-1, 6-1. Wilcox will title prospects loom high this year
meet the winner of the Diugolen- and the triangular meet is expected
ski-Phelps preliminary match. to give an insight into the relative
In the lower frame MacMeal took ability and strength of the teams
a difficult match from Selzer to participating.
enter the quarter-finals. His set After the meet at Urbana, Mich-
score was 6-3, 7--9, 16-8. Harte also igan will play host to Wisconsin
enters this round with a win over the following Saturday. The only
Hipsh 6-3, 6-1. Harte is paired with other meet will be the Western
the winner of the Courtis-Appelt Conference title meet at Urbana
match. on Nov. 22.
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