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'etoskey On Second Team; Six. Receive Honorable Me

ntic

Ballots Place
End With Best
In The Nation

The Cream Of The Nation's Football Crop As Selected By The Associated Press Experts

Wistert, Kowalik, Ward,
Everhardus, R e g e e zi,
And Fay Honored
Mid-West Majority
Big Ten And Big Six Are
Outstanding Leagues In
Country This Year
(Continued from Page 1)
and Fred Sington, the latter an All-
America tackle at Alabama in 1930,
proved the South's outstanding line-
man by a wide and convincing mar-
gin. To his leadership was attributed
much of the success of Duke's first
unbeaten team.
Wrecked Fordham Line
Finding his running mate proved
a problem which Oregon State
solved by producing Adolphe John
Schwammel, a 214-pounder who just
about wrecked one of the east's
strongest lines, Fordham's, and was
no less valuable because of his kick-
ing ability. He was the coast's great-
est tackle.
Ceppi of Princeton, a key man in
a remarkable Tiger line; "Cash"
Gentry, sensational Oklahoma sopho-
more; "Chuck" Harvey, a one-man
wrecking crew for Holy Cross; Art
Buss, big Michigan State lineman;
"Whitey" Wistert of Michigan and
"Dutch" Fehring of Purdue were
other standout tackles.
No Rival For Chuck Bernard
When Michigan ,fails to produce
a first-rate center it is big news. Ber-
nard is described by one professional
football coach as the best college
player in the country. He is big,
rangy and possesses a sixth sense for
anticipating what opponents will do.
In his roving position behind the line
Bernard called Michigan's defensive
signals. Without him the Wolverines
hardly could have stayed on top of
the "toughest league" in the country.
The ballots indicate Bernard had
no real rival for the pivot post, al-
though Coats of U. C. L. A., Siem-
mering of San Francis, Del Isola of
Fordham, Moore of Iowa 'and Oen
of ,Minnesota caught the fancy of
many observers. The Big Ten clearly
produced the year's best centers.
This season proved no exception to
the difficulty in selecting the coun-
try's best ends. In a position exposed
to so many dangers and calling for
some of football's finest acts, it is
natural to find consistency a rare
jewel. Only after much debate, there-
fore, are Paul Geisler, the outstand-
ing star of a remarkable team at
Centenary College, Louisiana, and Joe.
Skladany, powerful wingman of the
Pittsburgh Panthers, given the All-
America honors. Measured by every
yardstick, they qualify for the jobs.
It is with reluctance that the ex-
perts assign Ted Petoskey of Michi-
gan and Bill Smith of Washington,
another of the numerous field goal
specialists, 4o occupy the end posi-
tions on the second team.. In fact
many think they rate equally with
any pair in the country. Petoskey,
some assent, was more useful to
Michigan on defense than Bernard.
On the other hand, Larson of Minne-
sota and Manske of Northwestern
gave him a real race for Big Ten
honors.
Corbus, student leader and an in-
spiring type of player helped to
achieve his All-America honors by
outplaying one of his foremost rivals,
Aaron Rosenberg of California, in the
game that marked the end of the
long Trojan winning streak. Like
Schwammel, Corbus possesses unusu-
al kicking ability.
The other All-America g u a r d,
Francis (Zud) Schammel of Iowa's
rejuvenated team, is regarded by Big
Ten coaches as one of the finest of-

fensive linemen developed in the
Mid-West in years, was a big factor

I ,9

PLAY&NBY-PLAY
By AL NEWMAN-

No More Pigskin ..,..
*

* *

YESTERDAY THE SPORTS EDITOR dove into the Union swimming,
pool and came up with a mouthful of thoroughly chlorinated water
and this poem which he spat out a la Don Marquis. He gave it a short
and simple title . . . "Musings of a Sports Editor Upon the First Satur-
day After the Close of the Foot-ball Season On Account of There Is no
Football Gamie Today"
sing hi nonny nonny
and shout hey hey past empires fade
there is no football their lights are dim
game today
no more to the pressbox and soon it will
my way i trek be time to swim
with a heavy old typewriter the lonely football
on by bek field and i
and chilly draftses
round my nek together neath
exclamation point the snowy sky
will hear my lonely
the pigskin rots desperate shout
and moulders fast oh what am i
the yellowing book to write about
of glories past no more of this guff
again is marked j i hope anyway
and stamped anew exclamation point
with shades of the usual i knew you wouldnt
dominant hue like it
the good ole michigan either
maize and blue
i feel fine
and how are you
question mark All-Amerca Te
the chattering tickers
now are stilled 1932
and i with thankful Moss, Purdue.......... .... .

MICHIGAN'S ALL-AMERICANS
Willie Heston, '04.... ........HB
Germany Schulz, '09.. .... C
Al Benbrook,'11 .............G
Stan Wells, '11 ..............E
Jimmy Craig, '15............ HB
E. J. Allmendinger, '16.......G
John Maulbetsch, '17........ HB
Frank Steketee, '18.. :.,......FB
Cedric Smith, '19.. ... .......FB
Ernie Vick, '22..............C
Harry Kipke, '24.....,.... HB
Jack Blott, '24...............C
Butch Slaughter, '25. ......
Benny Friedman, '27. .... ...QB
Bennie Oosterbaan, '28 ........E
Otto Pommerening, '29........T
Doc Morrison, '32............C
Harry Newman, '33.......... QB
CHUCK BERNARD, '34... C
YOST PRAISES CHUCK
ANN ARBOR, Mich.-(P-"Cen-
ter or nothing," said Chuck Bernard
two years ago when they offered
him fairly steady employment as a
tackle.
Now, in his senior year, Bernard is
universally ranked with the all-time
great centers of Wolverine gridiron
history, and none other than Fielding
H. Yost calls him "the 'nearest thing
to the ideal center that I have seen
since 'Germany' Schulz."
And that, grid fans, is praise of the
very highest order.

yams Of The Past

. E ................ Dalrymple, Tulane

ness am filled
no more i sit
and freeze my toes
with heaters in
the central rows
while i sit on
the side and sniff
the frosty air
with frozen nose
period
no more i watch
regeczi stroll
right through a wide
and gaping hole
to dig and burrow
like a mole
it brings dough to
the board-control
maybe we 11 own the
stadium someday ha
question mark

Kurth, Notre Dame..........
Summerfelt, Army . . ......... . .
Ely, Nebraska .............. .
Vaught, Texas Christian .. . .,...
Smith, So. California ..........
M-Zorilla, Cornell .............

... T........... Marvil, Northwestern
. . .......... . ....... Munn, Minnesota
C . ................Morrison, Michigan
....G ........ . .... Hoffman, Notre Dame
:...T............ Schwegler, Washington
. ................ Smith, Georgia

Newman, Michigan... .. .... . .QB...........
Heller, Pittsburgh ..............HB............
Hitchcock, Auburn ...............HB...........
Zimmerman, Tulane ..............FB..,.... . .

in the Hawkeye battle against Michi-
gan and upset victory over Purdue.
Schammel's grittiness carried him
to a great season despite the handi-
cap of leg poisoning.

HONORABL E MENTION
ENDS - Manske, Northwestern; Larson, Minnesota; Fairman and Lea,
Princeton; Burlingame and Kaposak, Army; Fulp and Murray, Navy;
Batchelor, Georgia; Gillman, Ohio State; Stewart, Carnegie; Ariall, Auburn;
Anderson, Colgate; Ward, Michigan.-
TACKLES - Rosequist, Ohio State; Fehring, Purdue; Kilcullen, Yale;
Lane, Princeton; Mehringer, Kansas; C. Jorgensen and Yeszerki, St. Mary's;
Wistert, Michigan; Erskine, Southern California; Wiatrak', Washington.
GUARDS - Burzio, Carnegie; Rado, Duquesne (Pa.); Hartwig, Pitts-
burgh; Volok, Tulsa (Okla.) ; Moorhead, Georgia; Barton, Denver; Gailus,
Ohio State; Jones, Indiana; Kawal, Northwestern; Davis, Penn Military
College; DeBus and Bishop, Nebraska; Kowalik, Michigan.
CENTERS -Moore, Iowa; Del Isola, Fordham; Brock, Cornell; Engle,
Pennsylvania; Harbold, Navy; Bucknam, Army; Wilder, Columbia; Oen,
Minnesota; Lichter, Mercer; Robinson, Tulane; -Hughes, Oregon; Christie,
California; Ingram, Washington State.
QUARTERBACKS - Sorboe, Washington State; Beynon, Illinois; Par-
donner, Purdue; Switzer, Cornell; Sahlin, Chicago; Laws, Iowa; Hogan,
Pittsburgh; Alustiza, Stanford; Becht, Navy; Kadlic, Princeton; Sitarsky,
Bucknell; Cramer, Ohio State; Griffith, Southern California: Fav. Mich-

1930 1929
Fesler, Ohio State...............E-..- .,...........Fesler, Ohio State
Sington, Alabama ...... ......... T . . .... .,.. .,...... . ..Sleight, Purdue
Metzger, Notre Dame .............. G.... , ......... Cannon, Notre Dame
Ticknor, Harvard . ..... . . .... . . C..................Ticknor, Harvard
Woodworth, Northwestern ..........G .............:.Schwarz, California
Edwards, Wash. State .......... .. T .. ... .........Nagurski, Minnesota
Baker, Northwestern ............... E .... .. . .......Donchess, Pittsburgh
Carideo, Notre Dame,............QB............... Carideo, Notre Dame
Schwartz, Notre Dame . ..........HB......................Cagle, Army
Pinckert, S. California,...........HB........... .... Unasa, Pittsburgh
Macaluso, Colgate ................ FB.. , ................ Holm, Alabama
1928 1927
Frankain, St. Mary's...........E..............Oosterbaan, Michigan
Pommerening, Michigan . . ......... T ................Hake, Pennsylvania
Burke, Navy ..................... G ............ ....... Webster, Yale
Howe, Princeton ...................C...........Bettencourt, St. Mary's
Post, Stanford ...................G. .. ..,...........Smith, Notre Dame
Speer, Georgia Tech . . .............T................... Sprague, Army
Van Sickel, Florida ............... E , .... ..............Shiver, Georgia
Clark, Colorado Coll...... .......QB............. . . Spears, Vanderbilt
Cagle, Army ....... ..........B.................Welch, Pittsburgh
Carroll, Washington .............HB................Drury," S. California
Strong, N.Y.U................ .FB ..............Joesting, Minnesota
1926 1925
Hanson, Syracuse ................. . E .............. Oosterbaan, Michigan
Wickhorst, Navy ..... .............T ....... . .... . .. . .....Wier, Nebraska
Connaughton, Georgetown.......................Diehl, Dartmouth
Boeringer, Notre Dame.. . . . . . . . . C......... . McMillan, Princeton
Shively, Illinois ..................G. ........... .. . .... Sturhahn, Yale
Sprague, Army..................T..T .............Tully, Dartmouth
Winslett, Alabama. ................ E .... ............Chase, Pittsburgh
Friedman, Michigan ..............QB ..................... Grange, Ill.
Baker, Northwestern...........B..............Wilson, Washington
Kaer, S. California .......... . ...RB.............Oberlander, Dartmouth
Joesting, Minnesota ...............FB.................. Nevers, Stanford

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