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THE SUNDAY EKK: OMAHA. DKtKMUKK
Eckersall Selects All -Western Conference Football Eleven
Team for 1922
Locke, Thompson mid Min
n ik of Iowa Among !May
ers Selected fr Mythical
All-Star Grid Team.
11 W.II-TI.IC YX KKUSALI
t einrilil, Uil.
Helerting nil western tonfiTi'iire
football I'lirvi ns to Iih composed of
play is who have pcifoiiiu J mnsls
tintly throughout tlm season, offun
slvcly mid defensively, ihQ task of
choosing the tackles Ullll placing the
wealth i'f LiiekHilJ rniilirl.il tu posi
tions where t'.ey will lio tho most
a I u ; 1 1 1 1 e nr the hardest.
It Is th" lint tiiii" In many year
tli:it 1 he I"g Ten has nut inncliii -1
luokh-s wli'i utand out ubove nil
i 't tuT.H. In former season there has
generally been it least two whosc
light to t ho Important positions wua
luiutiestlnncd because Iln-lr playing In
very g.iiiin was far abovt Ihut of
other warilurs occupying thu same
Must Have Di li lilt' Tackles, j
A ill 1 v ; fiK i i.i 1 r of tin kles Ih mi abso
Iiits necessity to tho rucrt'FM of nny
footlmll team. Their vulij.? In liclng
emphasised nun 11 ml more hh the
bams ure leaning to the ripen ami
tunning siy-hs of attack. Tiu-y lire
t.ow oullcel upon to hurry the passers,
lll'lp HHIMHll Illtl'I'fl'ITMlrt Sltlll nt tho
sumo tiuif! protect tin- holm between
Kiiards iinl tm kles, on oiTctis" tin y
m ut times made eligible to receive
forward passes whllo th.Mr many
duties on vailnus offensive pluyk
make tlii'in among the important cogs
in any successful football machine.
As the running attack developed by
M ehlgsn, Iowa unit Wisconsin along
vi Minnesota, will develop the lib
Hoiiite necessity of having guards
lio can get out of the load, tjie In
terference Ih emphasized, l'ortunate
ly, there ore two men of hiii Ii eallher
in the confere we who have done this
tu perfection all fall, while others will
In? nuide to do it in the future. The
i pen or ruiinintf attack has so many
l.nsslbllities that the more men who
t can pet out to Intel fern for the run-
' iht, chances of making ground are
In other words, a player selected
for nny honorary eleven thould be
u; nalyzed from every nngle of footlmll,
lie should not be chosen because he Ih
m lino plunger only, nn end runner
-ur u great k'c.l:er. He. must combine
vk nearly as possible all the quallllca-
t lions which go to make a real football
;' player In every sense of the word.
Ills work In every gnmo should be
considered and he should be so placed
as to be of moFt value ttt til eleven.
Must Vorlify livery Angle.
Such on honorary eleven must bo
fortified In every nnalo of offensive
tactics, Punting, field goal kicklnfe.
throwing nnd receiving forward
.Misses, l.ne plunging, slanting off the
tackles or running tho ends are only
'a few of the. many details which such
a team must bo able to execute. There
must be unison in utt.'tck and
; perfect co orillnutioii between 'lino nnd
Ixickfleld. Such an eleven rhould also
bo fortified with tricks ho that fast
;?iunner,s could be slipped away at op
V It has been many years since the
conference was blessed with such ex
' cellent backfield material, men who
5 have performed cons stently and hrll
? llantly througViout tho season. Their
; play In most cases, both offensively
and defensively, made them marked
' men In all contests. Despite this
j handicap they have come through,
"nnd for this reason are deserving of
While some may not agree with the
fullback selection, because of the line
Muashlng of John Thomas pt Chicago,
the honor goes to (lordon Locke of
Iowa, whose team successfully de
fended the championship won last
year for the first time since limn.
Locke is also made caplalu of the
team because of the faultless manner
he has piloted his eleven through a.
successful season, featured by the 6
t to 0 v.i tory over Yule.
l.ocl.r Hard Line I'lungcr.
Locke is just as bard a lin plunger
is Thomas- He is a le-tec man In
i!l Interference unit has nin.li! lis
liinnv kj.iius around the ends as the
llawkee Utcku, mtiirthlng which the
Mitioou has not done. n defense, the
lowan is a much mere x.iluibtii man.
I'lnying In the secondury d fense, lie
generally ante ipated opponents' at
tack u ml oft. o met them lf.rc tle-y
Doet Nebr$k need a .ladium Well, if you don't think o, juit permit your glimmer to ret on the photo printed
Tr.nr. Uv It i. eitimated that mere than 16.000 per.on. witne.sed the contet from the .tands. bleacher .eat., coal
vher comnl-ted. will cost
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wjmt iWiw WsFw mmmmr v
I Vi v rri 1 i l r. .. -J : t Ti.' i...itali - ..J II l iiir r HI V f NU I It i f (HI
I ill II f h ."" i(! i li i
j ijlti L;;'n,,ml . 'iJ- liLCs)1.-.
crossed the line of scrimmage. In the
Yale game, he tore through tho IJlue
hue with ns many as three Old LI1
players hinging on his back or legs.
lie did tn same In the Ohio, Mliiue.
sot.'i, and Norlhwtstent games nnd
si oi td tli lone touchdown against Il
linois. Ho is a natural football player,
one i f tho Ticst ever developed at the
ICullie William at Quarter.
Itollle 'lli;anis. who led Wisconsin
throiiKh li hi .'men which was made suc-A
ccssful by the scoreless tie with Chi
cago, is placed at quarterback, nl
though he playd In a, halfback's posi
tion all year. Last season, Itolllo oc
cupied tho quarterbuck position nnd
filled the bill nicely. As previously
stated, quarterback Is the name of it
position, mid placing Williams In this
given place would not Impair hi ureal
offensive abllltj. Any one who has
seen the Badger in action t tils year Is
well aware of ttit faat lie is entitled
to any honor which can be given him
tie has been a marked man, but bus
ulwnys delivered- l''earlens on defense
and dangerous on offense, lie was a
great player with enough football 1-n.
lelllgenco to lead the team In any sort
lnvln I'teritz of Michigan would be
given this position had It not been for
the wealth of backfield men who must
lie placed on the first eleven. Utz is a
grand little general, the best catcher
of punts in the conference nnd a player
who fits into the Yost style of play In
a pleasing manner. Uarr of Wiscon
sin, Clark of Illinois and Parkin of
Iowa were among the other quarter
bucks who perfo-:r.cd well.
Harry Klpk of Michigan is tho
outstanding back of the year. There
is nothing about football which this
player does not know. He is tricky
and fast, alert at all times to take
advantago of opponents' momentary
hesitation and a triple threat per
former. He was a menace t all
Michigan's opponents in that he could
run, kick or pass. He was oho of
the best punters in the Big Ten and
a reliable dropkieker.
Karl Martiiieau a Mar.
ICarl , Martineau of Minnesota is
awarded tho other half buck posi
tion. Like Williams und Kipke, he
was handled roughly in every game
but always came through with his
share of offensive and defensivo
play. Like Kipke, he is a three way
man, his forward passing and open
field running ulways making him a
respected player. If it had not been
for this player tho Gophers would
not have had such a successful sea
son. Shuttleworth of Iowa was another
good back who really did not receive
credit. I'yott and Harry Thomas of
! Chicago, McCreery of Minnesota,
l'almer of Northwestern, Happenny
of Illinois and Klee of Ohio State
were other backs who played con
sistently all year.
I'.ernie Kirk of Michigan was un
questionably the best end in tho con
ference. Tho Wolvtrine, while not
of the spectacular type, did thhms
in so easy a manner that his per
formances were not appreciated. He
gathered in forward pusses with thu
tase and grace of a polished baseball
player, whlio his keen knowledge of
football made it possible for him to
iiiuxe to dangerous points with ppeed
Thei"' was nothing uboiit end plays
Which Kirk did not know. He always
turned plav in. drovo catchers of !
punts to the inside and bad un uncan
ny knack of getting out in the open
to catch passes. At Ann Arbor be Is
$450,000. Donations toward
Meve Air uBij Tm?9 Eoimoir Mu .
THOMPSON, JOHN MclSILLEN,
tl. . JIL 'P; jgS
Walter Eckersall's All-Conference Eleven
lyicke, Iowa K apt.)
Kight tackle .....
Ix'ft half back , . .
Right half back ..
rated as ono of the best In Wolverine
Tebell Fearless Player.
The other wing position is given to
Ous Tebell of AVisconsin, a fearless
player, who performed consistently all
season. The Badger was everywhere
in the Chicago game and played
hungup football against Michigan up
to the time lie was injured. Like
Kirk, he knew the play of the position
thoroughly, and is" entitled to the hon
ors. . ,
Paul Ooebel, captain of Michigan's
undefeated eleven, was another great
tnd who was injured In the Ohio State
game. The Injury kept the w oivorme
leader from showing his true form in
the remaining games. Kadesky of
Iowa, Wilson of Illinois, Ilanny of In
diana, Kklund of Minnesota andKtroh-
meier of Chicago were other reliable
players In the position.
Martin Below of vv isconsm, who
will lead the 1923 Badger eleven, and
Georgo Thompson of Iowa are award
ed the tackle positions. While it can
not be said either played up to tho
form of tackles of recent years, they
did about all that was expected of
them. Kaeh ha dplcnty of range, cov
ed a lot of ground and in most cases
hurried the forward passers. At times
they wero blocked out of play", but
soon adjusted themselves so as to
close the openings.
John McMlllen of IllinoU mid Paul
Minnick of Iowa are given the guard
positions. Their ability to get out to
leail interference was a striking fea
ture of their play, while they were
just in effective on defense. They
blocked faultlessly nnd It was not un
common for both to get down the field
to coer punts.
llnlph King of Chicago N giim the
center position, although closely
the stadium fund are in order.
I'ivlcy. (Iliio State
Muirluail, Mlr higan
toiebel, Michlgun ((
I lerilz, Michigan
pressed by Johnny Heldt of Iowa.
With 200 pounds or more, tho Maroon
was a tower of strength on defense,
while bis passing was accurate and
sure. Ho und I'ondelik made a lot of
John Thomas' gains possible, although
neither received much credit,
Heldt (.re at Pivot Man.
Ileldt was also n great pivot man.
Ho was fast and active for a heavy
player, and, like King, his passing
was excellent most of the year. In
tho Ohio State game ho covered punts
well, and on one occasion recovered u
fumblecH kick. Oliver Aas of Minne
sota was the other outstanding center
in tho conference.
Charles Williams Winner
of Kaquet Championship
Philadelphia, Dec. Z. Charles Will
iams of Kn gland today won four of
the first seven games for the profes
sional racquet championship of tho
world from W. A. (Jock) Soular of
Philadelphia, at tho Kacquet club
here. Tho remaining seven games
will be played in New York next Sat
urday. Conxagu Given lVrini:-sitn
to Accept I'o.st-Season Till
Spokane, Wiish., Dec. permis
sion for (ionzau.'t university to ac
cept an invitation to nieit Notre
Dame in a football gnnm at San
Die,-o Chrislmas day has been grant
's I by the faculty. It was announced
tolav bv Charles H. Dinnils, coach.
I'enn Soccer Team W ins.
Philadelphia. Dec. J. -The I niver-
s!ty of reiuis;, Uain.i sm ciT n am ii"
feated Harvard, 3 to 0, today on
I'r iiiklin fidd.
Work on the stadium will start net week. It will be completed so that games can be played on Nebra.ka field next football season.
PAUL It IN NICK,
rilrd l eain.
I kliind, Mlnni'sola
' Aas, .MinneKola (('apt.)
. IVtcoff, Ohio Slate
ti i MrCfeory, Mimipsotw
' ( '' John Thomas, Chlcao
Football Team Picked
Scollsbluff, Neb., Dee. 2. (Special.)
Western football couches, In confer
ence at Bridgeport, Neb., selected the
following All-Western Nebraska high
school football team:
l-'lfit Ti'itni. I'os. Hei-ond 1in.
Tin, AlllslK'u L,.H.WlKlitT, Sioltililurf
Feiininif, iliTlnu , . l,.O..Chmhi'rn, Hl'lnoy
H'tmun, llnyaid . . I.T . . . Uentoti, liayurcl
Nolan, Alliance . . ...I'rulti, Hcullnlitulf
Bnlder, Sidney ...R.T Uiuio, Kfi'bluff
Mlm'n, Huynnl.fe). K.fi Hiirman, AlVo (e)
t'h'miin, Hi-'tlurf . . K. h . . i.'ruft, Morrill
IMekstt, So'bluff ..Q.U... Yorler, AllinncH
Iialley. Allium . . . .J.H.. . .Wyait. Hi-' bluff
Brlalol, t'happpI..K. T-...Abruhflill, OerlnK
Wham. .Morrill ..R.H.. (lulvln, Alliance
Wyatt of Scottsbluff originally was
placed on the first team and was then
removed to make way for the Morrill
Hopkins of Scottsbluff had been
placed on the second team.
Richie Mitchell to
Meet Charley White
Milwaukee. W is., Dec. I. Kichie
Mitchell, Milwaukee lightweight
hover, has been sinned, to meet
l barley White, Chicago, in a I'-'-rmind
bout to a decision in New
York nn December la, Hilly Mitch
ell, manager for his brother, an
nounced today- These . boxers are
developing into tho junior welter
weight (luss and the pouiidiige for
this bout is fixed ut LID.
Hockfy Team Will.
Philadelphia, ); 2 --The all I'liila-j
d' li'hia gills' field hockey bam Won
J the championship of the I'mte.f States '
bcio today by d"fea; inu Huston, V 1,
below. The photo was taken during the firt half of the
pile, tree., hou.e top., telephone pole, and wagon top..
, it; r'
1 U f I e.
Izaak Walton to
Au Omrihii cbiipter of the Izank
; Walton League of America, to pro
mote outdoor recreation for Omaha
and Nebraska, will be organized ut a
j meeting of Omaha Kportsun ri Monday
j evanlng In the Elks lodge room,
I Tho league Hands for protection of
; all natural beauty, for the better
I stocking snd preserving of natural
waters, for the. Intelligent protection
and propagation of game, for the edu
cation and encouragement of young
and hew ppnrlimien.
Lafayette, 1 3 to 7
Washlngtoii, Dec. 2. tieoi gelown
furnished a, football surprise hero
today by defeating Lafayette, 13 to 7.
Center Werts furnished tho most spec
tacular play by Intercepting one of
Lrunner's forward posses and running
75 yards through the Lafayetle team
for n touchdown.
Lee Fohl Signs
to Manage Browns
St. IOiiis, Mo., Dec. 2. I Fold
today signed a contract to manage
the St. Ixiuts American next season,
Business Manager Bob Quinn of the
New Cities May Grab Berths in
"Ragin' Grind" for Next Season
Only Two of Five. Cilie in Big
King Last Year Show Dis
position to Be in Cir
cuit in 1923.
More Interest than is usually the
caso attaches to the annual meeting
of tho (Irand Circuit Stewards which
is scheduled to bu held in Toledo tho
second Tuesday in January. li:lng
the past few years tho lineup of tho
circuit has practically been settled
upon lu advance, but this season
there Is a great deal of uncertainty,
especially la regard to the eastern
Of the five tracks which annually
have given meetings in the east, but
two seem to be assured of a berth
in 1923, Hartford and Syracuse. The
mnagernetit of lielmont. park, Phila
delphia, announced last summer that
tho 19L'2 meeting was probably the
last one tu ,n held over that historic!
track, but announcements of almost,
similar import had been nmdo other
years, and Helmont has annually bob.
bed up an an entertainer for tho ring
horses. Col. Huppcrt, the New York
hasclmll magnate, who owns Hudson
Itiver Driving park nt ponahkecpsle,
; ordered tlm track rinsed following
Una 1!22 meeting, but the closing wits
tiot'ns tight us It first appeared mid
i I'outbkeep'ln is ngaln n possibility
for lf'23. Ileadville staged onn of the
lst meetings vt the Oraml Circuit i
I nltmll) nl Irnntnrr, ninllral tlr
parlmriil, ) ttaliioli (iillrfi, I,
UnriiU, 11 I lrni.ii. II,
I IikIIiIuim HIiIi, lili Hae, III) Mmntiiril
II nl r I n, U: li.i.om I ulli ir-, 7.
Msiinn. U rm, II,
jVallcy Title h
Nol Claiiiii'il liv
AuthoriticH Willing Id Slain!
mi Tcuiuh Kci'urtl ami I,"t
(Iriticn Draw Their Own
Lincoln, Neb., Inc. 2. In Uew of
tho fact that Nebraska uulviHity
i merge. f from tho Missouri Vulley
conference footlmll season in a tm
with I link" university of Dm Moiiu s,
In point of percentage, thu university
authorities licre do not desire to be
placed 111 the position of ilalinliig a
Tho position of the nuilioi Itles Is
merely that the university stands on
its record In tlm games played. This
will allow critics of the football game
to draw their own conclusions.
Drake university, in winning from
Ksnsns und Washliiulo.'i linlvcr.iitb s
and Iowa State nnd Grlnnell cnlbroii,
frond 72 points against Us opponents'
Nebraska university. In five confer
Mien i.anies, won from Missouri, Okla
homa and Kansas linlvi rsities and
from the Kansas Annies nnd Iowa
State college. Tho points scored were
Nebraska IW, oponenls Vi.
Claims of tlm confcri . ncn llllc for
Nebraska, hcrcloforn expressed In
newf papers, have been the opinions of
sport writers and critics and are not
tho claims of Iho university, il was
stated lure today, by person di
rectly in touch wllh university uth-
Des Moines, In., Dec. 2 Keporls
that tho 1'iilversiiy of Nebraska has
tho undisputed claim to Missouri Val
ley conference football championship
are denied by supporter! of Drake,
Drake, like Nebraska, went through
the season without a defeat and has
a conference standing of 1.000.
In addition to winning all its con
fi renew games, Drake supporters point
with prido to the intersection:!! clash
of last Saturday, when Drake defeat
ed Mississippi A. and M. 4S to C, ut
Htarkville, Miss., and to the 19 to 6
victory over tho Colorado Aggies sev
eral weeks ago.
Drake played and defeated the f
lowing conference teams:
Ames, Kansas, Grlnnell and Wash
ington. chain from a racing standpoint, but
it was not a money-making proposi
tion and rumor has il that Keadvllio
muy not coma buck. It must be un
derstood that theso three associations
'have to stage their meetings with
only tho gate to depend upon for reve
nue; they are lictless meetings und
any meeting held without speculation
Is lucky to break even, Hartford und
Syracuse meetings are held in con
nection with big fairs, the racing
staged as one of the attractions.
The western end of the circuit is
not liable to be much different from
that of past seasons, wllh the excep
tion that Devonshire park, Windsor,
will be an pppllcant for opening da lea
thu last two weeks in June. It is
probuhlu that tho meeting will bo
held, no matter what disposition the
stewards make ot th" application of
the Canadian association for mem
bership: if it Is nulled down, as It
was last year, the iicelliig will .be
held independently of the major cir
A lieweoiriiT to the eastern illus
ion of til" Circuit IS like ly to be (iosll
in, N. V.. w here the Han iiii.in family
hn a mil.1 track (Ionian has i mnr
to be, the "Lexington eif the east" ill
harness hors affairs and it is under
stood that Liil.iud Hart-ilium, w ho i
owns a stable of halliiss hoist nnd
Is something of au an ate ur dme rj
himself, elesin-s to laud ;..shcii o
the tut nit for 1923.
Nebraka-Notre Dame football game at Nebraska field
The Univer.ity of Nebra.ka .tadium, which will seat 40,000
Chbli on (d id
Cornhiiskers and Znppke'
Griilster in IMay at ITf
liana. i t. U Will Chfl
Out I'Ijim of I'l.iv.
Chicago, ''"' 2--l'.efoie tli meet
ing if Hie "Pig 1" e p-cntllllcs tu
nn.ihi'c the PCii football si hi dill': as
sembled this liflei noon, Coach ltols lt
Zllppke, of I III 'lei I.e. HllUOIIIIi'i'd Hint
Illinois had broke il off tvlatlon wllh
Wisconsin and would pl.iy Nebraska,
lllid-fejled this year in the Mlfsoinl
Valb-y confen ne e. Tho Illinois Ne
biaika giiinei will bu played at I'r-
hlimi, III,, Ol lolieT 6 (hi October I",
Illinois will take on liu'le r colli p, of
Indlai, spoils, a team which mil prised
Illit ..H this f ill with a l' 7 llefiHt.
Coae li Ki' d Dawson, of Nebtiiska.
In db.eiirsltig the g'llne' selinliiled wllh
Illinois, iiiuioiiliced Hint an aniima
tnetit iiipn'iedenti'd In football be.
tw-eai miij.ir universities would !'
adop'e il - inh coae li will send his op
ponent a eeiinihle iliiii;rniil of bis
pl.lys bef.'le the lallle'.
"The illliiol.' N'-bniska game l not
planne d tor u t . , t of the tclalne
slriTiglh of Hie we-i'cin in d Miss.iuil
Vu'ley coiifc ii li' ee," raid C.mch Isiw
son. "My uim mid Unit of Cmicli
.npiil'e is to have n good M.fT K1"""
at tin) opening of the season, with
nut resort to Hick plays."
Th Illinois Wise oi, sin lire alt is un
ibrstood In be the result of char;:'
of luofcssloiiiliHiii e-xohuriKed In the
ml. Idle of Hie l!'-'2 wasoii, Wisconsin
opening thu cxi hnngu with ui.iioui.cc.
mi-ills that Koine' members of the Il
linois sitlad bid plnvid In the Tay
lorvlll' -Ciiillnvlllo footb.ill game.
Coiii-h Zu.pko replied with the state
ment that all of the players involved
In that scandal which rod. id the
Weste rn coiifeie iice In IMI, had lie' u
difliired ineligible and countered wllh
bn ele el.iratloll Unit Mill ray of tb'J
Iliider s'liiad was gullly of profes
sionalism. After investigation, Wis
consin authorities declared Murray In
Director KennHh It. Wilson, In
charge of athletics nt Drake univer
sity, announced that the snnual relay
Ufiinis would Im held nt Des Moines
April 27 and 21. Athletic directors
of th western conference pledged
their support to tho contests. In
vlt.iiioiis will lie sent to nit tho prin
cipal schools of the south and wes',
Director Wilson announced. In last
spring's games, teams representing
15a Institutions look part, a record
Coach Kuppka announced that the
university of Chicago eleven hud been
signed for the game which will ded
icate the new Illinois 12,000,000
stadium. Tho game will be played at
Vrbana either November 3 or 10.
Patch I p Ileliiliiuis.
Strained relations between fh T'nl
tociiv nf Wisconsin and Illinois as
i-i.Kiilt of charges of ineligibility load
by each school were patched tip dur
ing tho meeting and a- game between
the t'-ams was scheduled for Novem
ber l'l at Vrbana at tho reaueid oi
the 1'nlveisity of Wisconsin.
Tho annual outdoor tnok and (iili
meet of the western conference to
night was awarded by the coiiferenei
Bchedule committee to the Vnlversltj
of Michigan. They will bo held nl
Kerry Field, Ann Arls.r, Juno 1 and 2.
Northwestern university, Chicago,
was awarded tho conference indoor
meet, to be held March 17 and IS.
The swimming meet was awarded
to the I'r.iverslty of Chicago, to In
held March l.'i and JG.
Announce Crosscountry Dale.
The annual crosscountry run f'.l
the conference championship was
nw'.'irded to Ohio .state, nnd will !
held at Columbus November 21, tlm
probable date of the 1 Ulnols ( dilo foot
The lu itntion e xti-iide .1 by Ihn Tal
'iniM'isity lo the I nivrsiiy of Iowa
for a fool bull i;amc next fall vies. for
ni'illy il'i iini'l in no ;e n i mil in emcr-t
tmii iht. by I'm. h IbeAai.l Jones ol
li.ve :, lui, 111- I nf Cn.-U'll 'I' nl JmirS i t
Vale-. The ilHil.ilion f.'lluWi'l lown'i
e'.fe-it of ale list fall. i to bnva
was Itil'l champion "f the Western
confe relic.' and continued Its uiibroki-n
M I Illg of X .. -torie 111 I O J J .
.Movies of Gril Game.
Mi. "mi plctui nf the' Ni ! i nsl.il-N-eti.i
liana fo.itiiall can,,- hi Lincoln
1,-f-t I 1oiii lav. - huolt-'giviiig oi". wicr
In- shown nl tin- Strand ihini.-r if.
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