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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON. WEDNESDAY EVENING, DECEMBER 8, 1920.
ARTISTS EARN PUCE
ON AMERICAN 11
Lourie, Davles, Way and Gipp
Eecognixed by Farrell . in
Choice of Start; Guards and
Endi Lacked in Lustre.
NEW YOKK. Dec. 8. (By Henry
L. Farrell, V. P. Staff Correspondent.)
-It's a ithame that eleven are only
If an AU-American eleven could be
tretched Into a dosen and a half or
two dozen, picking- the Reason' com
blnatlon of beets might not he a prob
lem ao cloudy akin to settling the
After a season In which the arid
Irons of the east, went, north and aouth
were almoat crammed with his-h-class
football petrformer. it In a tank far
beyond one pair of eyea to Judge the
eleven beat, Coming- near to It I a
more human task.
The aeaaon of 1120 developed a pre
ponderance of brilliant half-back,
quarter-Darks ana centers, with a
food number of tackle. No guard
atood out like . "Hwede." Youiigstrum
of last year'a team, or no enda blaxed
acrom the field like Hob Illffgina and
Writer Judges tYom Rrtmrla
Baaed upon the teama neen In action,
news accounts of the games and the
Judgment of others delegated to look
them -over, the following teams have
been selected subject to anything but
personal violence on the writer: '
Carney, Illinois, end: Keck, Prince
ton, tackle; Griffith, Pen Htate, guard:
Alexander, Syracuse, renter; Callahan,
Yale, guard; Oullick, Syracuse, tackle;
1$. Anderson, N'otre Dame, end; txiurle,
Princeton, quarterback; Way, Penn
Btate, halfback Davie. I'litxhurRh.
halfback; Olpp, Notre Dame, fullback.
.-. Robertson, Dartmouth, end; Dick
ens, Yale, tackle; ' lleas, Penn State,
guard: Cunningham, Dartmouth, cen
ter; Woods, Harvard, guard; Stein,
Wash, and Jeff., tackle; Weston, Wia-
cousin, end; McMIIIln, Centre, quarter
back; French, Army, halfback; Oar
rity, Princeton, halfback; Crangle, III
inota, fullback. . .
It will be observed her"are repre
aentatlvea on the teams from everv
fwilnn except the Pacific Coast and
the far west. WitH the rill realisation
that In those fertile fields of football
there are many players of sufficient
ability to hold their own with some
on these three mythical aggregations,
the writer had to Ignore that aectlon
on account of lack of detailed infor
mation regarding; theee players.
The hardest task In sifting Out the
si era came among the quarterbacks,
the centers and the halfbacks.
Hob McMIIIln Is a great quarterback.'
but the writer after watrhlng Lonrie
In three major game, can't Imagine
how the Southerner can be superior to
Ilourle doea everything that McMII
Iln doe and he kicks In addition. He
! a crafty a general as rnnma the
chulk-llned Hold and he kept his colors
high through a much harder schedule
nnd much greater opponltion than Mc
MIIIln. Mike Callahan, Princeton, and Stein,
Pittsburgh, are two grent centers, but
they are both bad passers. Klein was
removed from ( consideration because
his bad pniifl kept Pitt from beating
Olpp, the star Notre Dame back,
stood out ae the greatest hulfhuck of
the year and the one who had to he on
the mythical eleven. Davles and Way
were picked because almost alone they
carried Pittsburgh and Penn Btate to
the record that makes It possible fur
them to claim the eastern champion
French and Oarrity by all means
should be on an All-Amerlcan team,
pnd Cragle, alao, but they suffered by
having their stars shine In a flrmu-i
ment filled with meteors. I
WILLIE HOPE TAKES
BY BEATING SCHAEFER
Champion at 18.2 Billiards is
Assured Honor if Winner To
day in One of Two Matches
at New York City.
'In Every Respect"
says the Good Judge
SACRAMENTO, Cal., Dec. . (A.
P.) Discussion regarding use of the
'apltball" In the Pacific Coast Base
ball League are expected to take up
some of the time at the annual league
meeting, which. President William II.
McCarthy, Ban Kranclsco, has an
nounced, will be held here December
At the present time any "splthall"
pitcher In (he IcaKtie can use the moist
ball but newcomers are barred from
delivering It Several league mana
gers. It is said, would like to have the
"spltter" bark ao all pitchers could
Rumors regarding transfer of the
Ball Lake City franchise to Vancouver
11. C. probably will be either confirm
ed or denied finally at the meeting.
According to to reporta received here
Vancouver baseball people are willing
to purchase the Hah city's member
NEW YOIIK. Dec. g. (A. P.)
Willie Hoppe, holder of the vorld's
professional 18.2 bulk line billiards
championship, won hta second game
of tho titular tournament, hare last
night, detent nn Jake Srhaofer of Ban
Francisco, 400 to. 176. in 14 Innings.
The champion, to retain his title, has
only to win one of IiIh two game.-
Wednesday with Bchaefer and Welker
Cochran of Ban Francisco, each of
whom has won once and lost twice.
Hoppe set a high record for the
tournament, when he ran off ITS
uoints in his third Intiiim'.
C'aitiwrax (Vatic liurk lege at Portland 28-0, won from Occl
CHICAOO, Dec. 8. (A. P.) Itoh. dental College ib-0 at Los Angeles and
ert Cnnnefux of New York, staged ar"UKfu a - tle WKn tne University or
remarkable cumeback Inst niuht In hlKiMontan at Missoula, Mont. ,
ilrxfupepnrance in the final round of I'-rown. In 191H, cume west and lost
Hay f.ir thenatlonal three cushion Ml- to Washington State 14-0. On New
Hard championship, the present title. ypaI"" 1lly- 191 "' the University ol
holder defeating A.igie K cTkhefer of I ''ennsylvan'a lost at Pasadena 14-0 to
Chicago. B to Nin 92 Innlnn 7.ftprllne University of Oregon. Nebraska in
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SPOKANE, Wash., Dec, 8. (A. P.)
Intercollegiate athletic schedules
for HJ1 will be drawn up at the an
nual meeting here next Friday of the
The meeting will be attended by
representatives of the seven confer
ence member schools, Vniversity of
Idaho, Whitman College, Washington
State College, University of Montana.
University of Oregon, the Oregon
Agricultural College and Willamette !
Gonxaga University of Spokane may
apply to the meeting for admlsKlon
to the. conference. Oonstaga's foothall
team during the season Just closed
made an excellent showing against j
The conference track and field meet
'will lie held June 4 at the Washington
State College at Pullman It was an
nounced recently.bv representatives of
the northern schools at the Pacific
Const Conference meeting at Berkeley.
the Chic.'iKcan hud led through moat
of the gnriit-. Canncfax had a hlh run
BOXER'S SKULL THOUGHT
JEUSKY CITY, N. J., Dec. 7. (A.
P.) Al Koln'ru, Staten Island heai'y-
welght, knocked out .Mickey Shannon,
of I'ltlxburg, in the sixth round of a
ln-ioor.d muKh nat niKht. Shannon
r.illed t.i regain conwlousness and.vas
taken to a hosp:tal. It was thought
he niitlit hsve fractured his skull
when be K'rp.h 'l.c floor. Roberts
weighed 'lt:: poimilif and Shannon 19a.
ticne Tuiiiuy. A. r.. F., heavyweight
(hampion, otn 'ought I.eo ilonrk of
Ivii'cafltcr, Pa,, hi a 10-rmind contest.
Ml V icpii i.) ih ntci Eil.lle Wal
lace in n ('-i.'miiiI n 'st s Lolh a-e
M'".M: .v)orht ,v. l..l.i.-.
Snii Mo.l. rg. . ii.ci" ot tn l.'-i'-i-
woisht title . t.i" i r.j.a- ui cs, ai d
Frank Cassiday nnother ft the Anicr-
ciiii tenin, '.-:oi! i'ir Tr M. -.n-
ance as profcKioniiis. .vlos.. - w n
ilic I i i:ii.. b:,u' on j. nts.
1!'16 defeated tho Oregon Aggies at
On 'ew Year's Day 'of this year
Harvard met Oregon at Pasadena and
nn 7-6. In Thanksgiving week last
month Dartmouth College played the
University of Washington at 8eattle
and won 28-7.
( f the nine games played in the
west by the seven eastern teams, the
v.-;ir.'- wen lt tvo nnd tied one.
Ieave for West Dec. 18.
COLUMBUS, Ohio. Dec. 8. (A. P.)
The Ohio Btate football team which
w.,i jiiuj tne cimersity of California
at Pasadena New Year's day, will
leave Columbus on Dec. 18 and arrive
In Pasadena Dec. 24, according to a
traveling schedule made public laast
night. Two practice sessions will be
held en route, one at Denver, on Dec.
20, and one at Palo Alto, Calif., Dec.
23, where the Stanford University
field will be used.
The Ohio 8tate team, on ' a field
lighted by large electric flood liirhia.
the taps of which are shifted from one j
part of the gridiron to another, fol
lowing the play, has been practicing
dally and will be in good shape for
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SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. t (A. P.l
Ohio State College, which meets the
University of California at football at
Pa?adna, Cal., New Year's Day, will
be the eighth big school frofti ocrora
the Kncky Mountains to send Its eleven
west for interseotionnl games accord-
ng to records available here.
Twenty one years ago, in 1899. the
rfecords show, the Carlisle Indians, the
filgt of the eastern teams to journey
west, defeated California here 2-0.
Three years later the University of
Michigan defeated Stanford University
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1ien Syracuse, on a winter trip west,
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