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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - December 13, 1925, High Point, North Carolina Page 20 High Point Enterprise sunday. December. 13, 1925all-american football teams Are picked for past season Dartmouth squad placing three players on the first Ond team the Novelty of being con the All ame College s outstanding stars take places in the Hall of Fame Kew York. Dec. 12.�? a College football s outstanding stars for 192r> have taken their places in the All american Hall of Fame created for them by the country wide compilation of the associated press their recognize action is the result of first hand observations by the sports staff of the associated press combined with opinions gathered from other experts and coaches who trained must. Of the players picked for the first second and third elevens. In this competitive consensus representing the views of More than too qualified critics who witnessed the High spots and Bright stars of a record breaking season on every sector of the Gridiron Battle front Dartmouth a great team carries off principal laurels by eleven. The Honor accorded these three wearers of the Green Tulley at end Diehl at guard and Oberlan Der at halfback not Only testifies to the widespread recognition of Dartmouth As the country a outstanding team but is the chief Factor in giving the East the bulk of places on the three teams selected. Six places on the first eleven go to the East As compared with three to the Middle West and two to the far West while on the entire squad the East has 14 representatives to nine for the Middle West six for the far West and four for the South. Twenty three colleges and universities Are represented. No team outside of Dartmouth had More than one player on the first aggregation although Morgan s formidable outfit by placing four men altogether on fhe second squad equals the greens total representation. Grange As the result of an up and Down season was the subject of divided opinion hut although not All observers agreed he was entitled to a place on the first eleven the verdict in his support was Little Short of being unanimous. Tile famous Illinois Captain was the Only player having the unanimous support of a big ten coaches who selected an All conference team for the associated press Grange shared with Jake Slagle of Princeton fullback on the Sec soldered for every position in the Backfield but the majority opinion placed him at quarterback. First eleven ends Benny Oosterbaan Michigan Mike Tulley Dartmouth. Tackles de Weir Nebraska Ralph Chase Pittsburgh. Guards Carl Diehl Dartmouth Herbert Sturhahn Yale. Center de Mcmillan Princeton. Quarterback Harold Grange Illinois. Halfback George Wilson University of Washington Andy swed Oberlander Dartmouth. Fullback Ernie never Stan Ford. Second eleven mid third elevens. Ends Thayer Pennsylvania born army Hanson Syracuse Howe Tennessee. Tackles Parker Dartmouth Lindenmeyer. Missouri gyre gon Zaga and Edwards Michigan. Guards Hess Ohio state Buckler Alabama Mahan West Virginia Carey California. Center Brown Michigan. Hutchison. Nebraska. Quarterback a Friedman Michigan Hyde. Colorado aggie. Hals Tryon Colgate Flourney Tulane Keefer Brown and Brown Alabama. Fullback Slagle. Princeton e. Tesreau University of Washington. Honorable mention. Ends Shipley Stanford Sloan Drake Breda Browns Wagner Columbia Kassell Illinois up More Laski Wisconsin Horn Swarthmore of Connell Boston College. Tackles Joss Yale Kearney Cornell Henderson Chicago Hawkins Michigan Rives Vanderbilt Erickson Washington Sprague army Taylor Southern California. Guards e. Carey Cornell Kil Gour. Harvard Wissinger Pittsburgh Lentz Navy Riveley Illinois Stipek Wisconsin Griffen Iowa Levy Tulane. Centers Pravith Southern California Robinson Pennsylvania Lowry Northwestern afield a Cornell. Quarterbacks Pease Columbia Leith Pennsylvania Drury Southern California Kelley Montana gutters sen Washington aim Volley Ball team employed boys in plays Greensboro y classes Happy game will be played at the y. M. A. Here on thursday night excellent classes and Good spirit feature this part of work men of the City who believe in an ounce of prevention. From 4 45 until 6 20 each afternoon the a by a gym is a Center of activities. Here will be found Busy doctors ambitious lawyers keen newspaper school teachers expert accountant and others All taking their Dail workouts followed by relaxation and nerve resting Volley Ball Shower and a swim. One is the ready for the evening and a a a to men future Bankers smiling i Morrow a full of Pep. Volley Ball will get its seasons Start on thursday night when the crack Greensboro a by a team comes Here to Cross courts with the local y. M. A. Squad. The games will Start at 7 30 of clock thursday night preceding the basketball game Between con quist Minnesota Cheek Harvard lord and the High Point a by a teams. Holey Syracuse Hubert Alabama Phe series will be two out of three Graham Fordham. Games Volley Ball has been growing in popularity Here during the last two years and High Point is ready to put a fast offensive team on the floor. A meeting of All Volley Ball enthusiasts has been called for monday afternoon at 5 of clock at which time a Captain will be elected to Lead the 1925-26 Volley Ball team. Gifts of Typ iture the furniture store of Bradner York co. Offers exceptionally attractive gift things in furniture the next ten Days at exceptionally reasonable prices. Whether it is merely a chair or furniture for the entire Home you will find it strictly to your interest to look Here before you decide on what you Are going to give this Christmas. There is no More substantial or finer gift than articles that will add to the Home furnishings. Come in monday and let us show you the Many articles we have Here. If not convenient to shop during the Day come at night. J get a Sellers Kitchen Cabinet or a red Star Oil stove there is no More useful gift for the housewife than a Sellers Kitchen Cabinet or a red Star Oil stove. Both Are designed to lighten her labors in the Kitchen. They Are not Only useful but Are ornamental. And they can be bought on very reasonable terms. Bradner York furniture co. Main store 134 North main Street Branch store phone 2213 South main Street Extension halfback Imlay California kor Southern California Kutsch Iowa Marek Ohio state Carr Syracuse Kirkleski Lafayette Lane Dartmouth Rogers. Pennsylvania Haggerty Georgetown Joesting. Minnesota Harmon Wisconsin. Fullbacks i reuse Pennsylva Nia Mccarty Chicago Britton Illinois Molenda Michigan Allen Yale Wycoff Georgia tech Amos Washington and Jefferson Gustafson Pittsburgh Plansky Georgetown Rhodes Nebraska Fry Iowa. Athletic men of Bible Jet study Junior league corps has a very definite program of study the Junior league corps of the local y. M. A. Is combining work and study in its present program. Members of the corps Are being guided by the endurance courage y announces the basketball dates splendid schedule arranged with most of games to be Here the employed boys of the City Are finding the y a Fine place to spend their spare time. Every activity from Ping Pong to the More strenuous gym games is a Good outlet for their excessive Energy. Of one enjoys real boys a visit to one of the employed boys classes will prove profitable. An Industrial league is being planned now. The Continental furniture company has already announced its basketball squad and manager Ralph Edwards is keeping his Eye peeled for Good material As he puts his charges through their daily Snappy workout. The local y. M. A. Has announced its basketball schedule and the activities of the gymnasium which is serving All classes in the City. Although having met with three defeats in As Many starts the representative a a basketball squad is developing into a speedy smooth running machine. On thursday enjoying glasses doctors lawyers and others getting kick out of gym work physical director Bill Bailey of the local by a is keeping the Spring in the Steps of the Wise business american theater wednesday december 16 minstrels first part pastoral Beauty the Lawn fete introductions the Bol dancing on the links m Billy Doss Synco Pating jazz Bors f f it it to or Bim nits my Bak l As Sis Quot White Little show prices plus tax�?$1.00, $t.50, #2.00. Mail orders now. Seats on Sale monday at a tidal los pharmacy lives of biblical heroes who have Given much to the past present and future generations such As David a control. Elijah a endurance As shown in his Marathon feat and Mountain climbing and above All the Christian background in their i lives which brings a Challenge to i All boyhood. I following their study of Buch characters in the Bible an hour is spent in calisthenic tumbling apparatus work and games. I the present standing in Basket i Ball of the Junior league corps follows submarines sea Hawks. I Golden eagles i dreadnoughts lost 0 i 3 3 pct. 1.000 .750 .250 .000 won. .3. .3. .1. .0 members of the Junior class of the y have an organization known As comrades. This group of live wires will develop and furnish leaders for the Junior leaders i corps. The following have been elected As officers chief Comrade j Malcombe Kaneer assistant chief Buchanan scribe James Hinkle. And spirit so exemplified in the j december 17, the Concord y will be entertained by the locals in the local gymnasium. Concord Coes Here with a Good balance in the games won column during the past two seasons. Cap Tain Pennington a cagers Are duo for a win in their next game assuring Home fans of a Good and fast game. Having yet to definitely set dates for games with the Raleigh Durham and Greensboro associations the following schedule has been arranged thursday dec. 17, Concord is h. P. At Home. Monday dec. 21, Spencer is h. P. At Home. Thursday dec. 31, Concord is h. P. At Concord. Saturday Jan. 2, Wake Forest athletic association pending. Thursday Jan. 14, Catawba College is h. P. At Home. Wednesday Jan. 20, Kannapolis is h. P. At Home. Wednesday feb. 3, Charlotte is h. P. At Charlotte. Saturday feb. 13, Lenoir Rhyne is it. P. At Home. Thursday feb. 18, Charlotte is h. P. At Home. Thursday feb. 24, Salisbury is h. P. At Home. Carolina players Are Given their letters Chapel Hill dec. 12.�? a eighteen members of this years football squad at the University of North Carolina were awarded insignia by the athletic awards committee today. Members previously awarded i letters and receiving stars this year were Captain Herman Mclver j Chapel Hill Russell Braswell i Rocky mount George Robinson j Weaverville Redmond Dill. New Bern George Sparrow Chapel Hill Emmett Underwood Fayetteville Billy Devin Oxford Marie Bonner Aurora Dunn Hackney Durham Jeff Fordham Greensboro. Members awarded letters for the first time were Garrett Morehead Charlotte Jess e. Mcmurry Shelby Muny d. Whisnant Morganton Theodore Curlee Polkton Jack Cobb Durham Bill Ferrell Petersburg a. Farden Shuford Lincolnton Bill Dodderer St. Petersburg Fla. The Captain of next years varsity will he elected at a banquet for the squad monday night. Wells elected Davidson dec. 12.�? apr Lucian Wells halfback was elected today As Captain of the Davidson College football team for 1926 Wells whose Home is Fairmont x. C., has been playing regularly i since 1 9 23, but made his greatest claim to recognition Early in the past season when he ran wild against the Wake Forest eleven. Dukes football schedules out next years schedule includes a game with Columbia University Durham dec. 12.�? apr for the first time in a number of years Duke University will play Columbia University in football in 1926, next year s official schedule just announced Here shows. Dukes official 1926 football schedule follows september 25�?guilford at Durham. October 2�?Richmond University at Richmond. October 9�?elon at Durham. October 16�?carolina at Chapel Hill. October 23�?Columbia at new York. October 30�?Wake Forest at Durham. November Llyn. State at Raleigh. November 19�?wofford at Durham. November 26�?Davidson at Dur basketball at Columbus Ohio state 33 Ohio University 27. At Madison University of wis Consin 4s South Dakota state 9. Columbia withdraws its offer to in Ute Rockne to coach Grid team new York dec. 12.�? apr Columbia University officials announced tonight that they had withdrawn their offer to Knute Rockne. Of notre Dame to become head coach of the local football squad. Columbian a statement follows a emr. Knute k. Rockne signed an agreement on december i to act As head coach of the Columbia football team for the period of Tho next three years a a stipulated salary subject to the approval of the Columbia University committee on athletics. A the football committee presented Tho agreement to the University committee on athletics on december la. Recommending is approval. Thereupon the University committee on athletics approved the agree ment and the announcement of or. Rockne a appointment As Hea coach followed. A at the time this contract a made or. Rockne stated that i was not under contract to the or ver Siviy of notre Dame. It no. Appears both from statements a the notre Dame authorities and but or. Rockne himself that or Rockne was in fact and still is i in Der contract to the University of notre Dame. A the Columbia committee not have offered a contract to Rockne or to any other Man appointed him As head coat ii if had known that he was under co i tract to another University and Grots the entire situation. In Vit of the foregoing the appointing 1 of or. Rockne is Miv it / Here Are the gifts he wants furnishings if every Man were permitted to select his own gifts he would come to this store a the store that he recognizes As his Headquarters every Day of the year. Wonder gift opportunities Are off ered herein the most marvelous selections in ties Ever offered Here. Scores and scores of gifts that will make him Joyful on christinas Day. Ladies Are especially invited to choose his gift Here. We will gladly assist in your choosing. There Are a few suggestions Collar boxes Belt buckle sets toilet sets mufflers cuff links lounging Robes smoking jackets Bath Robes handkerchiefs gloves sweaters silk and Wool Hose silk Hose Golf Hose shirts pyjamas umbrellas canes hand bags suit cases Tuxedo suits handkerchief cases ladies fitted travelling cases $18,50 to $45 Cannon Fetzer co

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