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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1934

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

25 Wolverines Awarded Football Letters;

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Major Awards
Are Given To
10 Sophomores
Four Juniors, 11 Seniors
Included Among List Of
Letter Awards
Twenty-five members of the Wolv-
erine football squad, who completed
their season, the poorest in Michigan's
history, against Northwestern last
Saturday, were awarded major letters,
according to the official announce-
ment released yesterday by Coach
Harry Kipke and approved by the
Board in Control of Athletics.
Ten sophomores, four juniors, and
eleven seniors were listed among those
receiving "M's."
Twenty-five members of last year's
national championship football squad
who completed their season, one of
the best in Michigan's history,
against Northwestern, were awarded
letters by Coach Kipke.
Twelve seniors, twelve juniors, but
only one sophomore were included in
the list of letter recipients.
Sophomore Awards Tell Tale
In the number of sophomore
awards lies the difference between
the poorest and best seasons of Wolv-
erine grid history. Last year, Kipke's
material was of such excellent calibre
that only one sophomore, Mike Sav-
age, broke into the lineup with suf-
ficient regularity, to earn a letter.
This year, Kipke depending upon
his junior letter winners of last year,
who had gained only little experience,
was forced to use 10 sophomores, of
only mediocre ability.
These ten sophomores,however,
gained more experience this year,
than their junior brethren did the
previous year, and will form a better
nucleus for Michigan's 1935 eleven.
Six Three-Letter Winners
Of the letter-winners, Gerald Ford,
Russ Fuog, Willard Hildebrand, Russ
Oliver, John Regeczi, and Willis Ward
received their football award for the
third season, falling from the obliv-
ion of Western Conference title-
holders in 1932, and 1933, to the
depths of cellar occupants this year.
Following is the list of men who
were awarded letters: seniors, Capt.
Tom Austin, Chester Beard, William
Borgmann, Gerald Ford, Russell Fuog,
Willard Hildebrand, Tage Jacobson,
Russell Oliver, John Regeczi, Howard
Triplehorn, Willis Ward. Juniors,
George Bolas, Steve Remias, Mike
Savage, John Viergever. Sophomores
Robert Amrine, Vincent Aug, Frank
Bissell, Joe Ellis, Chris Everhardus,
Bud Hanshue, Ferris Jennings, Matt
Patanelli, Harold Sears, and Cedric
Sweet.

Ten Coaches For A ssociated Press

All-Conference Eleven Selected By

dine Bi

-Associated Press Photos

--:- CHICAGO, Nov. 26. - (P) - The 1934 Western Conference alI-star-

Fraternities In
Quarter-Finals
Of Swim Meet
With Psi U, the defending cham-
pions of . dual interfraternity swim-
ming groomed for its quarter-final
meet with Alpha Kappa Lambda in
the Intramural pool at '7:30 p.m. to-
night, a galaxy of fraternity natators
will compete in three other quarter-
final meets and a trio of water polo
games.
The four dual meets and three
water polo games will all be run off
during the evening. The following
pairings have been announced aside
from the4si U, A.K.L. contest: Phi
Gamma Delta vs. Theta Chi, Beta
Theta Pi vs. Pi Lambda Phi, and Chi

football teams, selected for The Associated Press by Big Ten coaches:
FIRST TEAM Position SECOND TEAM
Frank Larson, Minnesota .......End......... Willis Ward, Michigan
Philip Bengston, Minnesota .. Tackle... Charles Hamrick, Ohio State
William Bevan, Minnesota ...... Guard .......Mario Pacetti, Wisconsin
Ellmore Patterson, Chicago . ... Center....... Gomer Jones, Ohio State
Regis Monahan, Ohio State .... . Guard .... Albert Kawal, Northwestern
Edwin Widseth, Minnesota ...... Ta kle.... . Gilbert Harre, Ohio State
Merle Wendt, Ohio State ........ End ...... Robert Tenner, Minnesota
Jack T. Beynon, Illinois........Quarter........Glen Seidel, Minnesota
Duane Purvis, Purdue ........ Half back ........ James Carter, Purdue
John J. Berwanger, Chicago .. . Halfback... Richard Heekin, Ohio State
Francis Lund, Minnesota ......Fullback. . Stanislaus Kostka Minnesota

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STAR DU STBy ART
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SOMEONE HAS S41D, facetiously, out and block for ball carriers too if
that Michigan lacked two things Blott had been coaching them."
this Fall: an offense and a defense. -A Local Fan
That is undoubtedly true, but the de- * * *
fects can be narrowed down somewhat " PHE TEAM was too damn tame

For the first time in many years
Michigan failed to place a man on
the All-Conference football team se-
lected by the grid coaches of the Big
Ten for the Associated Press. Willis
Ward, Wolverine end, was named on
the second team. Hildebrand, Borg-
mann, Ford, and Capt. Austin were
given honorable mention.

!With the txcrntinr, ,of

Phi vs. Zeta' Beta Tau. !Shaughnessy, of Chicago, the
Water polo games include: Phi nine mentors submitted their

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Lambda Kappa vs. Lambda Chi Alpha,
Theta Chi vs. Pi Lambda Phi, and Phi
Kappa Psi vs. Psi Upsilon. Chi Phiis
already assured of a place in the
finals.
Handball,, Volleyball Play-Offs
The fall interfraternity handball
season draws to a close this week with
quarter-final matches between Kappa
Nu and Alpha Omicron, and Sigma
Phi Epsilon and Tau Kappa Epsilon
to be played off today. The other two
quarter-finals between Sigma Chi and
Phi Lambda Kappa, and Phi Beta
Delta and Pi Lambda Phi are to take
place Wednesday.
In the fraternity volleyball tourney
the Betas and the Dekes have already
reached the semi-finals. The former
will play the winner of the S.A.M.-
Phi Lambda Kappa game, while the
latter take on the victor of the Phi
BetaDelta-Phi Psi quarter-finals.
Assistant Intramural Athletic Di-'
rector Earl Riskey said yesterday that
all fraternities planning to enter
hockey teams in the all-campus league,
should obtain entry blanks at the In-
tramural Building as soon as possible
in order that they may get in at
least one practice session prior to the

tions which resulted in the appear-
ance of five members of Minnesota's
Big Ten title holders on the first
eleven.
Chicago, Ohio Place 2 Men
Chicago and Ohio State each placed
two men, the other two posts going
to Illinois and Purdue.
Ends: Frank (Butch) Larson of
Minnesota and Merle Wendt, Ohio
State. An All-American last year,
Larson was easily the best wing in
the Big Ten this year. He is 22 years
old, weighs 185 pounds, and is six
feet three inches. Larson is a senior.
Wendt is one of the two sopho-
mores in the lineup. He excells at
snaring passes, and improved greatly
on defense during the season. Wendt
weighs 191 pounds and stands five
feet ten inches.
Both Minnesota Tackles
Tackles: Philip Bengston and Ed-
win Widseth, the two Minnesota
tackles. Both these boys supplied the
holes for off-tackle slants of Kostka,
Lund, Alphonse, and the rest of the
Gophers horde of hard-running backs.
Bengston is a senior, weighs 210

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more than that. and well-mannered. I never saw
Stamn. Bevan is undoubtedly the best It is a sport columnist's privilege to a Michigan outfit with less spirit on
LainBevannthigndoutedlyhepbestarrogate to himself all knowledge and or off the field. You can talk about
lineman in the Big Ten. He played i pass that knowledge on as incon- your lily-white hard trainers, but
his second year of football, but it trovertable truth to his readers, but give me boys like Pommerening and
may have been his last because of a seldom does the columnist print what Allmendinger who trained on hard
Big Ten ruling which regards fresh- the man in the street thinks. Here cider and straight liquor and some of
man play as college competition. He are some opinions gathered hither last year's star who didn't turn down
played his position savagely but i and yon: a drink or two in the middle of the
cleanly. Bevan is 22 years old, weighs"The Alumni should yell about a week.
192 pounds, and is five feet eleven, losing team! It's all their fault! "The team has plenty of "do-or-
A great defensive performer was Kipke can't make a football team out die-for-Michigan" players but it
Monahan, who did his team's kick- of what he has on hand. He's got hasn't a clown like John Kowalik
' ing for points after touchdowns. He is I to have material to start with and* who flipped wisecracks around the
a senior, five feet ten and one-half it's up to the alumni to. furnish it. Michigan line like Beynon flips pass-
inches, and weighs 203 pounds. With three good ball teams in the es,"
First In Long Time State we have to have players from -A Student
Center: Ellmore Patterson of Chi- outside if we want a championship 4 x:
cago. team." "Kipke gambled on Renner and
Patterson was Chicago's captain, -An Alumnus lost. He put all his eggs in one basket
and the first Maroon gridder in a long Itin spring and early fall practice and
time to make an All-Conference team. It's partly Kipke's fault. I can't Michigan learned to her sorrow that
He is a senior, six feet tall, 21 years say how much, but partly! He ap- the punt and-prayer are not enough
old, and weighs 180 pounds. parently assumed that he had a squad when Renner cracked that bone in
Quarterback: Jack Beynon of Illi- of veterans when practice started this his ankle. I hate to see him come
nois. Beynon was the best passer in fall, and started to give them plays back next year for that reason."
the Conference. He was adept at right away, instead of workng on -A Chicago Sport Writer
catching passes. Lieut. Gar Davidson, fundamentals. No wonder that bunch
Army coach, terms him, "the smart- of kids couldn't block and tackle all " H
est field general I have ever seen." HeI season and had to go back to drill "THE MICHIGAN system is funda-metlysud Th paer
ist aield s enr l I have eve seen. Heon fundamentals before the last game mentally sound. The players
TheiTileTretao h season."! Kipke has this year couldn't make
TshsenAree Triple Threats of the season.e Coach at Ferry Field anysystem look good. The modified
Halfbacks: John (Jay) Berwanger, punt formation from which Michigan
Chicago, and Duane Purvis, Purdue. "The Michigan system is out of plays are run is still one of the most
Two halfbacks who would cause any date.hydoesn'tsKipke use later- deceptive in football, but, again, cap-
line trouble. Both are triple threat als like he wrote about in the Satur- abletplayers are needed to make it
men, Berwanger was Chicago's of- day Evening Post?"efctv.
fense and most of its defense. He is dyEtugPsi-A FaclyMember
a junior,aisd20years old, weighs 190-A u Knows Football
pounds, and stands five feet eleven !,o' esrrsdhwmc h
inches. Purvis was a second team All- "You'd b'e surprised ow much the*
American selection last year at full- loss of Jack Blott meant to that team. There you are, take your choice.
back. He is a senior, 22 years oldl Jack wasn't the kind of a coach who: If you don't like any of these blame
made the fans stand up and cheer it onto sun spots, an unusually hard
wighs 192 pounds, and is six feet one for him, but he developed some great winter last year, or the return of
inch. .centers and guards here. And if the: hard liquor or simply to one - of
Fullback: Francis (Pug) Lund, team was weak anywhere this year it the off years that have to come now
Minesoha Ans Alg-Admric sast was in the center of the line. Those and then as the football cycle re-
year, he was just as good this season. guards would have known how to pull volves.
Lund is another triple threat back._____________ _______________________
He is a senior
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