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931 rTHE MTCHIGAN DAILY

REE WOLVES ARE

AME _DAILY'S BIG TEN TEA

WILC AT S CHROSEN
FOR FOUR PLACES
Morrison, Williamson, Hewitt
Given Positions on First
Mythical Eleven.
By Sheldon C. Fullerton
Bill Hewitt, "Doce"Morrison, and
Ivy Williamson, three of the main-
stays of the Wolverine football team
that tied Purdue and Northwest -
ern for the Big Ten title, have been
named on the first all-Conference
mythical team which was picked
by hembers of the sports staff of
the Michigan Daily. Three other
Maize and Blue stars, Petoskey,
hudson, 'an eAuer, were named on
the second eleven.
Northwestern was given four
places on the first team, with Mar-
vil, Riley, Rentner, and Olson all
being named as the best in their
respective positions in the entire
Big Ten. Minnesota, Wisconsin, and
Ohio State each placed one man
on the first team.
Moss, Williamson at Ends.
Moss of Purdue and Williamson
of Michigan were the outstanding
players among a select few ends
that starred during the current
season. Petoskey of Michigan was
another flankman that narrowly
missed being chosen on the first
team.
Northwestern's great pair of
tackles, Marvil and Riley, were the
best in the Conference, although
several other exceptionally good
men starred at this position
throughout the year.
Munn of Minnesota and Kabat
of Wisconsin were the outstanding
guards, while "Doc" Morrison of
Michigan was voted slightly better
than Captain Miller of Purdue at
center.
Hewitt at Full.
Two of the backfield positions
were decided without any question,
Carl Cramer of Ohio State being
awarded the quarterback position,
and "Pug" Rentner of Northwest-
ern one of the halfback berths. The
other halfback position was given
to Ollie Olson,. of the Wildcats,
while Bill Hewitt, who far outclass-
ed Jack Manders. in the Minnesota-
Michigan game here, was the win-
ner in the close battle for the half-
back job.
VARSITY TRACK
Coach Hoyt has issued the first
call for Varsity indoor track, all
men interested report to him af-
ter their classes any afternoon
this week.

Twenty-Five

Gridmen

Are

Awarded

Major

Lett

DAILY'S ALL-CONFERENCE CHOICES
FIRST TEAM Pos. SECOND TEAM
Moss (Purdue) ............ LE.......Petoskey (Michigan)
Riley (Northwestern) ......L T ........... Auer (Michigan)
Munn (Minnesota) ........L G......,... Horwitz (Chicago)
Morrison (Michigan)....... .C............Miller (Purdue)
Kabat (Wisconsin)........RG......Evans (Northwestern)
Marvil (Northwestern) .... RT . Haubrich (Ohio State)
Williamson (Michigan) .... RE .......Fencl (Northwestern)
Cramer (Ohio State) ...... QB........ Somers (Minnesota)
Rentner (Northwestern) . . . LH........... Purvis (Purdue)
Olson (Northwestern) ..... RH ........ Hudson (Michigan)
Hewitt (Michigan) .. . P. FB. ...... Manders (Minnesota)
HONORABLE MENTION--Ends: Frink (Illinois), Rob-
inson, Teeter (Minnesota). Tackles: Bell (Ohio State), Smith
(Wisconsin), Samuels (Michigan), Foster (Iowa). Guards:
Hozer (Michigan), Zeller (Indiana). Quarterbacks: Pardon-
ner (Purdue), Potter (Northwestern). Halfbacks: Fay (Mich-
igan), Hinchman (Ohio State), Hecker (Purdue), Rebholz
(Wisconsin), Sahlin (Chicago), Berry (Illinois). Fullbacks:
Moore (Northwestern), Sansen (Iowa).
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NEXT YEAR'.SGRI90 NN 1NID
Schedule Five Home Contests;
Three Conference Games
on Foreign Grids.
Michigan, co-champions w i t h
Purdue and Northwestern for the
1931 football championship, will
play at home five Saturdays next
year and three games away, a par-
tial schedule announced t o d a y
shows. The opening games on Oc-
tober 1, are not as yet definitely ar-
ranged, although it is almost cer-
tain that Central State Teachers
College of Mt. Pleasant will again
appear on the opening day. The
game with the Teachers will prob-
ably be played in the morning,
while the other game, which is yet
to be arranged, will probably be
played in the afternoon.
The other games scheduled are
with exactly the same teams that
Michigan played this year, with the
exception of Wisconsin.
The following is the incomplete
schedule:
October 1-Open.
October 8--Michigan State at
Ann Arbor.
October 15-Ohio State at Co-
lumbus.
October 22-Illinois at Ann Ar-
bor.
October 29-Princeton at Ann
Arbor.
November 5-Indiana at Bloom-
ington.
November 12--Chicago at Ann
Arbor.
November 19-Minnesota at Min-
neapolis.

QUINTET PRE[PARES
FOR OPENING TILT.

THINCLADS GIVEN
LETTER AWARDS
Team Receive Varsity "M'.
Four Members' of Cross-Country

NINE BACKS I
AMONG LETTER

-THIRHTY RESERVES
GET GRID AglARDSl
Thirty gridders were awarded re-
serve letters for their work during
the past season at a meeting of
coaches held yesterday.
They include the following: Ends
-Harold Ellerby, of Birmingham;
Francis Hazen, Bellingham, Wash.;
William Horner, Jackson; Bethel
Kelley, Bardstown, Ky.; Charles
Stone, Detroit.
Tackles-Harvey Chapman, De-
troit; Fred Clohset, Bay City; Rus-
sell Damm, Muskegon; Louis Mc-
Crath, Grand Rapids; Wallace Mil-
ler, Wilmette, Ill. Guards--James
Conover, Ann Arbor; Leslie Frish,
Rock Island, Ill.; Abe Marcovsky,
Pittsburg, Pa.; Ward Oehmann,
Washington, D. C.; Carl Savage,
Flint; and Oscar Singer, Jackson
Heights, N. Y.
Centers-Thomas Cooke, Chica-
go; Harry Shick, Jackson, O.; Lee
, Wingston, Washington, D. C. Backs
-George Bremen, Detroit; Roder-
lick Cox, Birmingham; Harry East-
man, Detroit; Robert Hayes, De-
troit; Harold Lindsay, Detroit; Don-
aid McGuire, South Haven; Robert
Miller, Highland Park; William
Renner, Youngstown, O.; Harry
Stinespring, of Chicago: Leonard
Meldman, Detroit; and Harry Til-
, lotson, Ann Arbor.

TILDEN WILL GIVE
EXHIBITION HERE
Tennis enthusiasts will have an
opportunity to see one of the
world's greatest tennis players next
week when William "Big Bill" Til-
den and phis troop of professional
tennis stars appear at Yost Field
House, Wednesday evening, Decem-
ber 9.
The feature match of the eve-
ning gill be a five set match be-
tween Tilden Burke, noted Europ-
ean professional. The other singles
match will be a three-set affair be-
tween Bobby Seller and Emmett
Pare. In the final doubles match,
Tilden and Pare will oppose Burke
and Seller.

Coach Cappon to Have Veteran Two captains were among the
.tn afour men awarded varsity letters
Squad to Send Against for cross country. They were Cap-
Western State. ,tain Harman Wolfe of Lakewood,
0., and Captain-elect Roger Howell,
Michigan will pry the lid off the of Ann Arbor. The other "M" win-
1931-32 basketbal season next Mon- ners were William S. Hill, Highland:
day night when it meets Western Park, and RobrtA s de o
Stae Tachrs ollge t te YstLyons, .N. Y. Reserve Awards went
State Teachers college at the Yost to Howard M. Braden, Flint, Rich-'
Field house. ard H. Manus, Detroit, and David
Coach Cappon will have a squad W. Fitzgibbons, Little Falls, N. Y.
of veterans to work with this sea- The following freshmen were
saolnwasos awarded class numerals: E. K.
son as only one man was lost to Wacker, Carl B. Marr, and M. M.
the court squad by graduation last Potchynok of Detroit; Roger How-
spring and that was Captain Joe ell, Ann Arbor; A. L. Bosworth,
Downing, who Decause of injuries Rochester, N. Y.; H. E. Heath, New-
was unable to play during his last ark, N. Y.; P. R. Chaufournier, Long
year. However, the court quintet Island City, N. Y.; J. D. Parker,
will be without the services of one Dayton, Ohio; A. W. McMilan Bay
of the most outstanding guards in City, and E. A. Mackenzi , Dear-
the Big Teti, Ray Altenhof, who is born.
ineligible for the first semester.
Daniels to Lead Team. 'Mural Stars to Meet
A good sized squad has. been at 'CdiliacA-C Players
work in the Field house for the past cads
three weeks, and now that the foot- in Exhibition Matches
ball schedule has been concluded,
the number of players will be in- Representative h an d ball and
creased by the gridmen who also Rersnaiehandba1ad
take a turn at basketball. Captain squash players in the Intramural
Norm Daniels has already reported Department will go into Detroit to-
for practice, and Ivan Williamson morrow night to play a series of
and Estil Tessmer will be out within exhibition matches with the Cadil-
the next few days. lac Athletic;Club. The members of
Eveland at Forward, this group will be composed of fac-
When the season gets under way ulty and student players and will
Daniels will probably be at his leave t h'e Intramural Building
center post, with Eveland at one of about 6:30. The Detroit bunch will
the forwards and either Weiss or return the visit later in the year.
Petrie at the other. At the guard This meet is not a team affair
positions will be Williamson and but strictly individual and was or-
either Shaw or Tessmer. iginally carded for tonight.

Major letters were award
members of the Michigan
football team yesterday.
The letters were awarder
lows: Ends-Norman Dani
troit; Fred Petoskey, St. I
Ivan Williamson, Bowling
O.; Fielding H. Yost, jr., An
Tackles-Howard J. Auer, B
Duval P. Goldsmith, Christi;
Va.; Tom C. Samuels, Can
Francis M. Wistert, Chicag<
Guards - Cecil Cantrill,
ton, Ky.; Leslie Douglas:
Ind.; Stanley J. Hozer, Mt
John Kowalik, Chicago; O:
Jeunesse, Iron Mountain;
kenga, Muskegon Heights.
-Charles Bernard, Benton
and Maynard Morrison, Ro
Quarterbacks-Roy Huds
ard, 0.; Harry Newman,'
Estil Tessmer, Ann Arboi
Westover, Bay City. Hal
Charles DeBaker, uskego
man Everhardus, Kalamazo
ley Fay, Detroit; Jack Hes
troit. Fullback-William H
Bay City.
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at

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$5.85, $6.85, $11.85
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HATS

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SHOES
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GLOVES
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