Sport: All-American

Over the round, bald head of Sportswriter Grantland Rice hovers the crown of All-American arbiter that was worn by the late great Walter Camp. But other U. S. sportswriters did not wait to hear the selections over which he was mulling for Collier's magazine last week in Chicago. They chose their own 1930 All-American football teams. Their consensus was as follows:

Guards: Henry Wisniewski (Fordham) Bert Metzger (Notre Dame)

Ends: Frank Baker (Northwestern) Gerald Dalrymple (Tulane)

Tackles: Fred Sington (Alabama) John Price (Army)

Centre: Ben Ticknor (Harvard)

Quarterback: Frank Carideo (Notre Dame)

Halfbacks: Marchmont Schwartz (Notre...

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