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RDAY, DEC.4,193' THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PAGN THREE

East Gains

Five

Positions

To

Dominate All-America

AP Has Routt,
Frank As Only
Grid Repeaters
Heikkinen, Ritchie, Siegel
Get Honorable Mention
On All-StarSquad
Goldberg Is Fullback
THE 1937 ALL-AMERICA
Charles Sweeney, Notre Dame End
Ed Franco, Fordham......Tackle
Joseph Routt, Texas A.&M. Guard
Carl Hinkle, Vanderbilt .. . .Center
Leroy Monsky, Alabama ,... Guard
Anthony Matisi, Pittsburgh Tackle
Jerome Holland, Cornell.... .End
Clinton Frank, Yale .........Back
Byron White, Colorado ...... Back
Marshall Goldberg, Pittsburgh Back
Samuel Chapman, California Back
By ALAN GOULD
NEW YORK, Dec. 3.--UP)-The All-i
America swing back to the sector that
cradled this foundation for annual
football argument,,well under way last
season, reached a peak' in the spec-
tacular campaign of 1937.
To the ancient and battle-scarred
East today goes the distinction of
placing no fewer than five players on
the big all-star eleven, selected by the
Associated Press on the basis of a
nationwide survey of expert opinion.
On the main gridiron fronts, only
the Old South, including the rugged
Southwest area, rivaled the East for
individual honors in a season marked
otherwise by (1) California's swift re-
turn to the West Coast heights, (2)
a sharp dip in the fortunes of Big
Ten teams, including even Minnesota,
erstwhile national leader, and (3) a
competitive pace so swift that only a
handful of major teams survived pit-
falls.

These Boys Compose The

Associated

Press'

1937 All-America Backfield

Varsity And Frosh Tracksters
To Run First Time Trials Today
That the job of conditioning track- two-mile run in which no one will be
men is a long, arduous one will be expected to do under 10 minutes.
evident when the Varsity runners The squad has been brought along
slowly but is approaching mid-sea-
kick the kinks out of their legs in the son form as is indicated by the fact
first major time trials of the season that the coaches are holding the time
today at the Field House. trials which gives evidence that they
The Wolverine cinderman have feel the team is far enough along to
been pounding the tracks since start the rounding off process.
school opened. Meanwhile football With the opening of the indoor sea-
has come and gone and the basket- son not too distant, this initial time

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CLINT FRANK
Yale Ouarterhack

MARSHALL GOLDBERG BYRON WHITE
Pittsburg, Fullback Colorado, Halfback

SAM CHAPMAN
California, Halfback

Pucksters To Face London A. C. Tonight

ball team is almost ready to launch
its season. But the track team is
dust beginning to round into shape.
According to Freshman Coach Ken
Doherty, who had charge of the team
yesterday in the absence of Coach
Charlie Hoyt, no one will open up
today and probably the field events
nen will not perform at all unless
Bill Watson feels like tossing the
shot a few times along with Bob
Hook, freshman standout in the
event.
With the exception of the field
events and the low hurdles, the trials
will be run off according to regular
meet schedule. Everyone on the
squad including both Varsity and
yearling runners will participate.
An indication of what limits the
team members will observe in their
individual events is given by the

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Matt Mann Sees Future
Star-Dick Degener, Jr.

Canadian Team
Will Give Sextet

ASIDE LINES
By IRVIN LISAGOR

Dick Degener, former Michigan Str nB
intercollegiate diving champ, holder l St
of innumerable records in both high g
holder and professional performer,
and low board events, Olympic title- Two Weeks Practice, Win
now has a successor to carry on the Over Western Ontario
Degener tradition. Wolv
Dick is now the proud father of a Helps verineS
seven pound baby boy, a bouncing
baby boy. It all happened Thurs- (Continued rom Page 1)
day night and Junior will be cele- known Toronto performer, and Ha
brating his second (day) birthday to- Langtelle. former wing with the Balti-
day. ~more Orioles for the last two seasons

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Someone Didn't Gain . . . coach ... Bob Feller will cease being
only a Sunday pitcher under the
'THAT VENERABLE PHILLY patri- I Oscar Vitt regime and take his turn
arch, Connie Mack, is absent from every fourth day . . . Bill Terry is re-
the minor league baseball confab, but ported unwilling to take Van Lingle
his influence is still being painfully Mungo as a gift . . . Cletus Elwood
felt, especially when a- cloud of pun- Poffenberger, perhaps the longest-
gent smoke assails the diamond lob- named man under the Big Top, is
byist currently gathered in a Mil- reconciled with the Mrs. after do-

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East's Margin Wider
The East, with four teams in the
nation's first 10 and intersectional
prestige such as it hasn't known in
fully a dozen years, dominated the
All-America debate for the second
straight year and by a wider margin.
On the squad of all-stars as a whole,
comprising 33 players, there are an
even dozen representatives of the Old
Guard's domain. Pittsburgh placed
two on the first team, Marshall (Big-
gie) Goldberg at halfback and Tony
Matisi, 224-pound tackle.
Noteworthy, because he represents
a sector rarely enjoying the national
all-star spotlight, is the fact that the
first team includes Byron Raymond
(Whizzer) White, ace halfback of
Colorado University.
Ends Are Opportunists
White and Goldberg, the climax
runner and sparkplug of the powerful
Pittsburgh array, share the All-Amer-
ica backfield posts with Yale's re-
nowned Clinton Edward Frank and
California's Samuel Blake Chapman,
the quadruple-threat man of the Pa-
cific Coast championship team.
Among the ends, the opportunist.
type rivaled the steadier, more rugged
defensive variety for recognition.
Notre Dame's Charles Sweeney and
Cornell's Jerome (Brud) Holland-
enjoy no great all-around margin over
at least half a dozen rival wingmen.
Holland, first Negro to make the
All-America first team since Paul
Robeson, of Rutgers, was picked at
end by Walter Camp in 1918, complet-
ed his second outstanding season at
Cornell with a rare ironman record.
Center Choice Was Close
The choice for center, Carl Colum-
bus Hinkle, Jr., of Vanderbilt, likewise
ran the gantlet of closest scrutiny be-
fore getting the nod over such extra-
ordinary performers as Ki Aldrich,
Texas .Christian and Alex Wojcie-
chowicz, Fordham's mopper-upper.
Filling out the All-America line is
relatively easy, at least in so far as
putting the finger on the season's out-
standing guards is concerned. Joe
Routt, Texas A. & M. iron man, came
with a rush down the stretch to keep
the spot he was awarded on last year's
eleven.
For the tackles, it's impossible to
go wrong by picking from the two
stoutest lines in the East such stal-
warts as chunky, granite-like Ed
Franco, of Fordham, and rangy, pow-
erful Tony Matisi of Pittsburgh.
Chose Second, Third Teams
Three Michigan men were picked on
the honorable mention list by the As-
sociated Press. Stark Ritchie, half-
back, Don Siegel, tackle, and Ralph
Heikkinen, guard, were the players.
Picked on the second team were
Pete Smith. Oklahoma and William
Jordan, Georgia Tech, ends; Vic Mar-
kov, Washington and John Mellus,
Villanova, tackles; Francis Tweddell,

Michigan Puts
Irish On Card
In Golf, Track
CHICAGO, Dec. 3.-(/P)-At the
Western Conference schedules meet-1
ing here Michigan completed its
1937-38 programs' in four sports, 1
wrestling, golf, indoor track and I
outdoor track with the addition of i
Notre Dame to the Michigan schedule1
in two of the sports as the outstand-i
ing events at the meeting.
Michigan will take on the Irish in
golf and in indoor track with both
events being planned for Ann Arbor.-
Notre Dame comes here March 5 for
track and May 16 for golf.
Eight meets were arranged for the
wrestling team, seven matches for
the golfers, five meets in indoor track
and six meets in outdoor track.
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are all now with the London team. waukee inn swapping yarns and ball
Michigan's starting line-up will be players. The smoke cloud contains
the same as it was against Western James Dykes, a protege of Mack's
Ontario." who is now juggling Chicago White
At the center position is Smack Al- Sox talent and the Comiskeyfortune
len, sophomore ace who played his in an effort to build a pennant-win-
first college game against the Mus-' ner.
tangs. Flanking him will again be
Gib James, at left wing. James, Mack, you remember, used to
probably the most outstanding player sell a highly publicized star, such
on the team, is expected to cause the as Lefty Grove or Jimmy Foxx,
Canadians a great deal of trouble for a fabulous sum. And the fol-
with his fast and shifty skating. lowing season, said star would
Johnny Fabello, right wing, is the turn up with ingrown toenails,
third lineman. Fabello plays more of athlete's foot or stereoscopic vi-
a defensive back checking game than sion, and prove a fininancial flop
the other forwards. to his new owners. Mack seemed
Simpson, Smith Back At Defense to anticipate their infirmities,
Captain Bob Simpson and Burt and peddle them forthwith.
"Bucko" Smith will take their old ac- Now Dykes, who learned his tac-
customed defense positions at the tics from the Old Master as an Ath-
blue line and will undoubtedly play letic during the hey-day, is shunned
their full 60 minutes again, by his comrades. They fear he'll
Spike James, who so aptly stopped appropriate their pants and a star
1e1chancesrfrom reaching the net last flinger if they showntoo much fra-
week, will round out the six by mind- ternity when he's in the, vicinity.
ing the cage in tonight's game. He Thursday, he approached Joe Cronin
will be facing better forwards on this after the deal with Mickey C6chrane,
team than on the last one and may whom most baseball men privately

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A scene reported between Bur-
leigh Grimes and Chicago news-
papermen.:
1st scribe: "How much for
Mungo, and no quibbling?"
Grimes: 'Whatcha got?"
2nd scribe: "How about Larry
French and Tuck Stainback?"
Grimes: "Huh. A broken down
golfer and an outfielder you don't
want for a great pitcher."
1st: "Maybe some money
thrown, in."
Grimes: "Ever hear about the.
kid who didn't want to earn a
quarter because he had a quar-
ter? WE got money."
2nd: "I suppose you'd trade
Mungo for Bill Herman, though."
Grimes: "Now, young man,
you're getting warm . . . "

mestic difficulties which threatened
to wind up in the courts -..

CHICAGO, Dec. 3. -(R)-A new
move to have the ban lifted on train-
ing tables for football players in the
Western Conference was made today
when coaches and directors of ath-
letics met with faculty representa-
tives.
Success in the long fight appeared
imminent when the directors were
reported to have mustered new
strength. within their own organiza-
tion. The faculty members will dis-
cuss the proposal in the executive
session tomorrow. It calls for estab-
lishment of training tables four
nights a week.
Revelations in certain schools a
year ago that many athletes, par-
ticularly football players, were not
receiving proper nourishment swung
many dissenters over to the coaches
who had advocated the training
tables for years.

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Frosh Hoekeyimen find himself in for some extra work.
- Second Line ImprovingE
Hold First Practice! Michigan's second line will be com-
posed of flashy Evie Doran at center,
~~~ Ed Chase and Les Hillberg at wings.
Coach Eddie Lowrey's first call for Al Chadwick will also take part in the
freshmen hockey try-outs was an- second line's offensives.
swered by 37 men at the Coliseum The same coach that ,brought the1
last night. Western Ontario team here is tutoring.
Five men were cut from the squad the visitors also. Eric Pettinger who
because of their limited skating saw his college team beaten in thea
ability but a ray of hope for future previous game will have that added
Varsity squads was seen by Lowrey. 'knowledge to work on and with this
He has picked out six men who al-j extra insight on the way the Mich-
ready show promise of becoming Var- igan team functions he may be able to
sity material. M capitalize somewhat on it.
_ _ _The London club is not a senior
Minnesota and Albin Lezouski, Pitts- team, but plays in the intermediate
bugh, guards; and Ki Aldrich of division of the Ontario Hockey Asso-
Texas Christian at center. In the ciation league.
backfield were David O'Brien of Texas The starting line-up:
Christian, John Pingel of Michigan Michigan Pos. London
State, Joseph Gray, Oregon State and E. James ........ G ........ Bennett
William Osmanski, Holy Cross. j Smith .......... D.. ........Foskett7
On the third team were James Ben- Simpson ........ D ........... KoylJ
ton, Arkansas and Andrew Berkhak, Fabello . . .... W .......... Kelly
N. Carolina at ends; Frank Kinard, G. James ....... W ......... Collins_
Miss., and Edward Gatto, L.S.U., Allen ..........C. ............Males
tackles; Ralph Sivell, Auburn and Michigan spares: Doran, E. Chase,
Gregory Zitrides, Dartmouth, guards, W. Chase, Hillberg, and Chadwick.
and Alex Wojciechowicz, Fordham at London spares: Bibbings, Barclay,:
center. The backs were Sidney Luck- Taylor, Wrighton, Lane, Marshall,
man, Columbia, Cecil Isbel of Purdue, Falkner, Wallace, Langtelle, McKen-
James McDonald of Ohio State and na.
Robert MacLeod of Dartmouth. Official: Paddy Farrell.

agreed was stung, and asked the
Boston mgr. if he wanted to talk to,
him. "No," said Cronin, reverent-
ly, "I don't want to talk to you. I
just want to look at you."
And a few hours before the deal,
Don Barnes, the Browns' owner,
wanted to bet a box of cigars that
Dykes wouldn't make a single deal
at the meeting.
A rough idea of the abandon
with which some of the trading is
done: Otto Bluege was traded
from Jersey City to Los Angeles
for Ken Richardson at 3:30. At
3:35 Los Angeles swapped Bluege.
and another player to Birming-
ham for Eddie* Cihocki and Jack
Sanford. Fast traveling, isn't it.
Tales From The Nines .,..
DIAMOND GLEANINGS: Oscar
Melilo, released by Boston Red
Sox, will sign as a St. Louis Browns'

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