Detroit Free Press All-PSL/Detroit –1920s

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First Team
Emanuel Fishman, capt., Northern; Norman Kane, Highland Park; Lester Wamsley, Highland Park; John Wojtylo, Hamtramck; George Sperry, Southeastern.
Second Team
Ford, Southeastern; Devor, Redford; Emory, Southeastern; Hachadorian, Northwestern; Vowels, Eastern.
Third Team
Baxter, Hamtramck; Thompson, Southwestern; Greig, Northern; B. Goldstein, Cass Tech; Halvery, Highland Park.
Honorable Mention
Teagan, U of D; Peters, Western; Rock, Central; Ashen, Northern; Benson, Hamtramck.

First Team
Milanki, Northeastern; Harold Green, Northern; Dougall, Northwestern; Lindsay, Northwestern; Major, Southwestern.
Second Team
Fisher, Northeastern; Stokes, Southeastern or Southwestern?; Stefanski, Northwestern; Clark, Highland Park; Mack, Hamtramck.
Third Team
Higgins, Northwestern; Turner, Southwestern; Gracey, Eastern; Knight, Northwestern; Molenda, Northwestern, but should be Northeastern.

(No 1st or 2nd teams and midyear graduates ineligible)
John Molenda, Northeastern; Virgil Noble, Southeastern; Ernie McCoy, Northwestern; Nate Gealer, Central; Kratz, Southwestern; Charlie Guinnip, Northwestern.
Leslie Fairbairn, Northwestern; Lambert Springer, Southeastern; Everitt Hill, Northeastern; Marx, Northern; Smokiewicz, Southwestern.
Frank Hojnacki, Northeastern; Eddie Moore, Northwestern; Harold Hendricks, Southeastern; Robinson, Central; Joe Truskowski, Northeastern; Gordon McKay, Northwestern.

(No 1st or 2nd teams)
Sam Babcock, Central; Harold Bejin, Western; Nick Stromp, Southwestern; Harold Kahl, Eastern; James Lemen, Eastern; Kenneth Van Hee, Northern; Robert Heisel, Northwestern; John Molenda, Northeastern; Jesweak, Commerce.
Erhardt Halleen, Western; “Spider” Hill, Northeastern; Harry Ryan, Eastern; Ernie McCoy, Northwestern; Gunn, Cass; “Red” Klausmeyer, Central; Marvin Putnam, Southeastern.
Gorman Flesher, Western; Joe Truskowski, Northeastern; Jack Ruhl, Northwestern; Nate Gealer, Central; Jack McGovern, Eastern; Virgil Noble, Southeastern; Leo Scarfuri, Southwestern; Reason, Northwestern.
(More research needed, but the “1st All-City” played “Another Star Five” at YMCA)
“1st All City team”
Dempsey, Northern; Winkworth, Western; Pine, Western; Ginn, Western; Noble, Southeastern; Bombard, Southeastern.
“Another Star Five”
Lemen, Eastern; MacDougall, Southeastern; Heartt?, Central; Jaglowitz, Eastern; Townsend, Central; Bilas?, Northwestern. (Question marks are due to poor microfilm quality.)


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