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By DICK MACFARLANE
l Q l ARD luck, in the form of ineligibility, has
trailed Washington athletic teams for the past year or so, greatly hinder-
ing their chances to finish as high in the conference and national stand-
ings as they might have under different circumstances.
First was the suspension of nine men, among Whom were several of
Coach Bagshaw's football men. Handicapped by general lack of material
and the loss of these men besides, Baggy had quite a bit of trouble getting
through his schedule last fall, and as a consequence, the Huskies Won
only two games, and finished eighth in the standings.
The crew had tough luck, for, after losing to California on Lake
Washington, they journeyed back to Poughkeepsie, where the Purple and
Gold shell pulled in third in the national meet. California and Columbia
headed them at the finish.
One bright spot in the sport calendar this year remains-the basket-
ball season-when Hec Edmundson coached a Husky quintet to a north-
ern division title, Without a defeat, but the Huskies fell before California
in the Coast playoff.
Baseball enjoyed a so-so season last year. The Washington ball tossers
finished second to Oregon.
g n the year's Work, has been the accomplishments of
Earl Campbell, Washington's new graduate manager. Campbell has P
adopted the policy, so popular in other schools, of booking intersectional
games in all sports. Football will take on a new aspect next year, when
the Husky gridmen will travel to Chicago to play tl1e University of
Chicago. And then, this year and last year the basketball season was
opened with intersectional games in the Pavilion.
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By HAL WESTMORE
L 0 L LASHING across the national horizon with a
brilliance unsurpassed by any Westerner since the days of that great other
Washington All-American - George Wilson - Charles "Chuck" Carroll
of the 1928 Husky gridiron machine added one more star to the bright
galaxy that Coach Enoch Bagshaw and his Northern warriors have given
to Pacific Coast football.
Probably never before in the history of Western pigskin affairs has
any one man dominated his particular field of action more clearly than
Chuck did last fall. Unanimously chosen as the greatest hackfield artist
on the Pacific Slope, he was also placed at either halfback or fullback
on the five leading All-American selections of the year. These were the
elevens chosen by the Associated Press, the United Press, the New York
Sun, Walter Eckersall in the Chicago Tribune, and finally, by the War-
ner-Rockne-J ones combination, which is generally considered THE offi-
In fact, the only dispute that has been raised as to Chuck's playing
ability is one that can never be settled. Which was tl1e better man-
Charles Carroll or George Wilson? Many can be found who will not
admit that the equal to Wilson, also a halfback and one who led the
Huskies to a conference championship in 1925, has yet appeared, but
just as many there are who strenuously declare that Wilson has not only
met his equal but his superior.
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