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CAMP'S ALL-AMERICAN J
THE YALE 8AGE MAKES ANNUAL
ONE WESTERN PLAYER HONORED
Walter Steffen, Captain of Champion-
Lhlp Chicago Eleven, Placed at
Quarter 8chulz of Michigan
Gets Only Brief Mention.
Walter Camp's All-American
Scarlett Pennsylvania ..End
Fish Hnrvard Tackle
V Ooebel Yale Guard
Nourse Harvard . . . .Center
Tobln Dartmouth . ..Guard
Hon Syracuse ....Tackle
Schlldmlller. Dartmouth End
Stoffon Chicago Quarter
Tlbotl Princeton Half
Hollonbach.. Pennsylvania ..Half
$ Coy Yale Fnll
CHICAGO. 111., Doc. 17. Walter
Stoffen. captain and quarterback on
the chflmnlon University of Chicago
team of 1J108, is the only westerner
to bo honored with a place on Walter
Canip'H All-Anierlcan football eleven,
which appears in the current Issue of
This honorary team Ik picked an
nually by Camp, the dean of American
college football. Its appearance is
nwaltcd eagerly from, year to year on
account of the Yale man's standing in
the gridiron world. And when a
western player Is given a place sup
porters of the game in this section
of the country are all the more joy
ous becauso Camp's duties prevent
him from seeing much of the sport
as played out here.
That the east was impressed by ro
ports of Steftcn's prowess is evident
from what the Yale advisory coach
has to say of him. He styles the Ma
roon the best general of the jear and
sajs 110 got more out of the new game
than anv other man In the country.
He compliments Steffen on bis long
inns and his use of the straight arm
m warding off taeklers. Further, he
calls him the best quarter in the laud
for getting the work out of his team.
Mescmer on Second Team.
Other places on Mr. Camp s eleven
aie divided among Harvaid, Yale.
Pennsylvania, and Dartmouth, each of
which colleges Ik given two men, and
Pilnccton and Syracuse, whlcn are
honored with one .player apiece. John
Messmer, Wisconsin's big guard, In
placed on the second eleven. Pat
Page of the Maioons and Van Hook
of Illinois are given berths on tho
To the surprise of westerners in
general, "Germnn" Schulz. the Michi
gan captain and center, is not hon
ored with anything but mention. The
backbone of lb" Wolverine team is
spokon of briefly . however, and Camp
explains his failure to select him by
the fact that he was unable to get
into the fray early in the season on
account of faculty rulings and that
his condition pi evented ids lasting
out either the Penn or the Syrncus."
Second and Third Elevens.
The line-up" of the second team fol
lows: Dennll. Drown, and Hetfsnlder,
Annapolis, ends; Slegllng, Princeton,
and O'Rourkv, Cornell, tackles; An
dni, Vale, am1 Mesamor. Wisconsin,
guards; Phlloon, West Point, centor;
Cutter, Harvnrd, quarter; Ver Wiohle,
Harvard, and Mayhew, IJrown, halves;
Walder, Cornell, fullback.
1 ni' iniru lUHtu; t "ge, iuicuko, nuuuvt
JohtiBon, West Point, ends; Draper, Q
Pennsylvania, and Northcroft, Annap- X
oils, tacklos; Van Hook, Illinois, and 25
Hoar, Hnrvard, giiards; Hrusse, Dart- 0
mouth, center; Miller, Pennsylvania, U.
quarter; Thorpe. Carlisle, and Gray, g
Amhoral, halves- McCoa, Lafayette,, g?
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