TIUSlA"Y, MARCH 9, 193~
THE MCIA AL
Ray Altenhof Selected For Guard OnDiysAll-Coniferenc4
FRO TH PRSS OXPuckste 's Sejeet I Wresilers Depart
JOHN THOAS____ eor e David.As! o i TnI-e
A ,LL CONF'ERENCE TEAM wias compiled after a season of s tatic. I 933 M 3J1~ 4 taifl Ldb a li hms ie
.1'.; hister a season of interv.iewss of the scouts that covered the games, LedbyCap
v ith the coaches of visiting teams, and with the players themselves. The Wolverines will depart this morning
Spornt Editors of othe l-r Big Ten Daily's have co-operated with us in furnish-Nne ciRciv VrsyIfoUbaIltoomtenth
I it information on the way the individuals 'performed before their eyes, Letters;" Tw o Awarildd conference wrestling meet, being
,held by the Illini this week-end.
rny sending their estimations orr to this column., iitr b
Obviuslythe wo lanin teas iThe other four men who, are, mak-
Obiusyth woladn xtasin the standings, Ohio State arnd i th__tireJmm__nn
Northwcsiern, should be look-ed at first. Joe Reiff? is from Chicago. For ..., , .,, Athle ripJe ar keimyandrJumn
three y ears he has been ballging at * --__ ____-- Thr. ee laie (4ai'ei' At MsirJoeOale, ad oh
a new Conference scoring record, and ,- .AST TEAM ThSoma n d oiracgv, h
finally this year he established itF T.T. Thomaeltla)1ilhb s and si areto ve thma
v it I 6 poits. n copilig RtiRff~, rf, Northwstern.. 53 61 167
Wil remarkable f ig- BentIIlnos.. 12 5 i d Ad Ai i has not been defeated, at 135 pounds
ure he broke Ben- Hs~t ,Oi tt.. 35 26 trn ex in the Big Ten this year, wvhile Carl
,H.YomeOotrba 'sto,, ihig an.. 20Reu10Ne0tYear ,;Ti ffany, of Ohio State, his most for-
r lteho, r, Mchgan. 2 1 50 _' n An inlorarnnnont inv o ntm .t, n
Irecord of l o n g
-'standing by mak-'
::::::> ;>:<ing53 field goals.
Bennie's r e z o rd
. was 52 although
A he only got 129
Spoints for th e
.j ; .season.
ALTNH4 1 shone by his
Johanson, also from Chicago. Ile is
one inch taller than Reiff, being 6
feet 3 inches tall. pie weighs 175,
which is ten pounds lighter than
Reiff. Both are seniors at Northwest-
er.Johnson made 109 points to
Sain second place iW. the Conference
rankings. Both are worthy, of the
greatest consideratic n.
Ohio State would have had an un-
tisputed title, had 'they' not lost~ to
_iiaa in the last; game of the Sea-
s~ ~itby droppgng it, they tied
No(;r t;hwesterrn. for leadership.
i~~~,Mattison, and Colburn are
IIciu three outstamnding candidates
All131-Conferences honors. The for-
ncr scored 96 poir~s and is a junior
fom Dayton., Altbough this is his
~i~non the )squad he led the
1i Aeyes in their
s far as scoring is
stands 6 feet 3 34 '~
arches in the air .
'nd weighs 10)uds
Mattison and Col. ...,
u rn might have ::>
;.Lyers on any other ;:" ";,;
but th hic FFml features a five man offense
:-..d each man is only a' cog in the
whole machine, which minimized
their importance and stwirring; oppor-
Illilnois, Purdue, and Indiana tied
for fifth, sixth, and sc venth place
behind the Wolverines al~id Iowa who
tied for third and fourth. The Mlini
can boast of two players of Aill-Con-
ference rank, Bennett and : Fros-
Bennett received 85 poinats for the
season and' his sophomore teamnmate,
94. The two adopted: the shot that
Bennie Oosterbaan made famous-
the one-handed follow-in, for' most:
of their points. Purdue has a smooth
guard in Parmenter and in Flehrinig a
man who had hi,,; ups and downs'dur-
irng the season,
Iowa has two wen wh'o tand oit
over the others, Bastian and Selzer.
The tall center was kept at'bay most
,of the time but
Selzer, their Pas-
saic N. J., guard,
was one of the best
.~"' of the year.
_ ..:Ray Altenhof is
:fi:.:," the best' guard in
>the Conference. lie
was duin ag h i s
sophomore y ea r
an s again this
s season. He has
everything a guard
SELZER needs and in ad-
dition has the one important quality
Selzer, l3, Iowa....4..... 22
' SECOND TEAM
Colburn, rf, Ohio State.
Johnson, If, Northwestei-n.
Garner, c, Michigan.
Mattison, rg, Ohio State
Parmenter, 1g, Purdue.
George David, '34, of Detroit, was
chosen captain of the 133-.34 hockey
teary last night at the' annual bani-x
quet at the, Union.
David, a.i right wing, was an im-
portant factor in the strong Wolver- s
inc teams this year. Though a f or-I
ward he starred' on' the defense as
Froschauer , Illinois; Fehring, Pur- Jack O'Dell, .'34, was chosen: man-
due; Robinson ,Minnesota, agter for next year's team at the same
Centers: Bastian, Iowa; Parsons, time.
Chicago; Dickey, Indiana. Foremost among the names of the
Guards:, Hodson, Indiana; Grim, ;Winids of letter awards are Michi-
Iowa; Psera, Wisconsin; Cottomn, gan's co-captains, Keith Crossman;
* A* d .' A ulve . Nothwsen.twA. " CeiAtf.,1 va tn
that many did not have--basketball
bmralnis. He played with hlis head.
Ed Garner made 104 points dur-
ing the season, and no' matter what
anyone says about him, you can't
take away those 104 points. He did
mnake theme and they were added to
a team's score that without them,
their victory column would have
been very small. In other words,, he
and Altenhof' both were handic'apbed
by the rest of the team.- It did hot
appear for a long time that; the Wol-
verines were going anywhere in par-
ticular and. without Garner and Al-
temnhof they would have gotten. no-
The final outcome gave Hosket,I
tleiff, and Selzer positions, without
much ,qcuestion. Every "team, will in-
clude, Joe Reiff. In
some. of the teams,
Johnson of North-
western was shifted>:
to. the, other for-
ward position mak-
ig -w'ay for Hosket.
He-is, however, pri-
minrily a center and
was kept oftf .,the
first t e a.M and
shifted to the sec-
ond team forward
position beeca us e
both Hosket and BENNETT
'Garner received more favorable com-
ment than he did, in spite of his 1092
Passic' N. J. ran up a string of 129
consecutive victories over a period
of years. This high school team was
considered unbeatable. Well, for four
years during this reign, Serzer' was
Ray Altenhof is fast, smooth.
quick-witted, and has a fair eye as
his 50 p~oints would indicate. He took
most of the balls off the bac kboard t
that were retrieved by Michigan this'
year although many times his oppo-
nents towered over him' in height.,
He wasl on the team in his first year,
and again in his last.
Garner lost to Hosket in the final
selection. of the center because of
grace. It must be remembered that
in his last five games, the centers
that were guarding him were driven
frantic because of his scoring and
steady floor work. They just could
not stop him, Bastian, Parsons,
Moore, and Hloffar all- claimed .that
in Garner one had the hardest man
in the Conference to guard.
cluded. their. competition. For 'the
past,..three seasons these men have
shone as eente . and .left wing re-
spectively, and they have botnie the
bulk. of the offensive work thirough-
out that time.
aClever, fast, and accurate, theiy
teamed up into a. passing combina-
tion 'efielent enbtigh t) give and op-
posin~g team :plenty to worry about,
and aicording to .Coach .Lowrey,j1hey
may, never. be repia eed...
Neil COablexr',' veteran defre man
whose-. return to Michian after' two
bolstered up, the Mah~e d Cluedi-
:dese t the cr'iticail point. of the se4t,
sop, has also fiished. Aig, blonid
Gabi added a, certain defensive
finesse to hiis strength :which stamped'
himn as* an,. outstanding player' and
won his third letter for Him.
Mani~ Coventry, .spare defenseman,'
also .won'. his: letter: andk, concluded,
his competition this' year. Coventry'
got into a large-number of the games
this season and, was of considerable
service as a relief for the~ regulars,
_Jack Jewell, sophomnore-goalie, was
awarded a letter in 'recognition of
the steady, often brilliant, game he
displayed in' his first year 'of, var-
sity competition. John Sherf," sopho-
more' offensive hope, played a _whale
of a gamze all season and he is on the
list of award winners. Tedh Chapman
I'as a 'stellar° defenseman and George
David as probably the hardest work -
2Ing men on the squad and one ofI
the most effective, won their letters
as did Avon Artz, who saw more sere-
ice, hroghthe season thank any
Walter Courtis and Tommy Stew.-
art were awarded numerals in xreck
cognition of their services as spares
for the front line.
'hc THE NO
wihPresident Roosevelt ha's prm
126-poUnqj class. Mosier has" suf-
fered but one defeat, that at the
hands of Aadraba of Chicago. Bad-
raba has been beatcn aIbso howlever
by. men that Mosier has conquered
and a return match might easily fid
the Maize and Blue grappler on top.
Legs Bother Oakley
In the 126-pound go, Oakley is
bound to finish high if his knees hold
up under the strain of several bo'uts
in. two nights. tiowever' 'tiftgny,
0. S. U. veteran and captain of the,
tScarlet' and Gray" team in 19312, is
figured =to take the charnplonship in'
The othiler twro men,' ipoden and
Landrurii, hava eerssomewhat un-
certain throughott he wagon but
at the end of the year. were *r'ktl'
improved aridIn a meet' of this sort
a ntuimbor of upsets' may easily 'ocpu C.
,Wit~h the exception o ThimAs, all
of the 'men mAkdhg the trip, are
junlbrs,'and with Mther.: seasoni of
cebi'etitionI fadcn# hem.shoud
p oi g e t y, : W t e = .~ p e.y h a v e a l r e a d y Aw o n l e t t e r s i i i ,t h e
Miigan wil-not be represented
in thiee -eghts; 148, 165,. and 1 '5
poutnds. , With limited spice,,for.
traniotting the Wmen Coach -Keen
was forced to choose : only those he
felt had the best chance to 66r
points for Michiga.
The' first Independent wrestlink
tourney" will be hold today and ',t6_
morrowat .thie Intramiural' Bild'
ing.' Entrants should either weigh
in between 3 and 5 p. m.: today or..
phone' the activities office. Ther~e
will be eight divisions. Gold med-
als and- ribbons. will be given to
Ithe winners sand runners-up.
LAST OF, THE OLD GUARDS.,
11111CESTER, Eng. -M)IA' ' Tug"
Wilson, * the last of the old English
boxers, has. died at. 86.,_.
In 1882 he won. a 'purse in New
York from John° L. Sullivan for last-j
ing; four- rounds against the "Strong
Boy," although he. was floored 19
'Wilson altogether" had 50 contests,
without dieing knocked out.
nised the nation is just as interest-
ink to trio student and ciien as our ainnouncemenit was of
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