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By ' lll nSiImpISOi
Baeiny Oostecrbaafl, captain-elect of
the 1927 Varsity football team, bad.
made an athletic record at Michigan
which may surpass the enviable nine
letter recor'd of Harry lKipke, all-
;American halfback in 1923 and captain
of the 1923 NWolevrine eleven. Ooster-
baan has played on four major sport
teams to date, and has won his "M"
in each sport . In addition to that
record', he has won four gold. medals,
signifying championship teams. He
now has two gold footballs, one gold
ba.sketball charm, rand a gold base-j
'hen, Ito(, Ooslerbaan has It
c :au(*c of miaking all-American
agltis year. is defensivie
work tis season bas surpassed
R , tA3E' record, and his uncanny
aa"it to1.0snalre Friedmnan's for.
Nvan d ps has aalmnost assured
1111in a, place onlthe "Official" all-
Aniaerican.i team chosen by G~rant-
Wland ltice<. Oosterbaan's (lefen-
:sjyc work li the Obio Slate prose
this year showed thle Micigan
end at hIls best. According to '
Coeach Yost Oosterbnaiix is the r
greatlest enadhel as seen,-anal
Yeast Juts seen a lot of great flank-

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No.rthwestern captain, whose brilli-'
ant wcrk throng-neat the year aided
materially in the; Wildcat's march to
a. ie for the Conf_-n"rce championship.
His work this year has been out-j
standing in all games that he played
in, and his leadership has been one of
the high spots of Northwestern's suc-
Captain Baker led his team to the
first chance to claim a title since the
clays of the great "Paddy" Driscoll.

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al ternoo) , black leather note book
and Wild -,& Co. package. Call J. L.
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In a week or two, Oosterbaan will
report for basketball practice again,
Last season Coach Mather had dif-
ficulty in 'workinig the tall center into
his team, but this year Oosterbaan is
considered one of the best prospects.
MVather experienced difficulty in chang-
ing Bennie's style of play. In high
schiool at Muskegon. Oosterbaan was
ranked as an all-American basketball
On his high school team, Oosterbaan
spent most of his time under the
basket and had the' rest of the team
"feed" the. ball to him, since he was
particularly adept in putting the ball
in the basket on short shots. Confer-
ence basketball' competition is much


Records credit the East with 27
victories in a list of 52 major inter-
sectional encounters, indicating on

keener and more stress is placed on the surface a markedsproiyo
defensive work , and it was in the de- I the eastern brand of football over
f'ensive game 'that Oosterbaan failed that of other sections of the country.
to come up to the skipper's standard. This margin, when examined carefully,
With a year's experience under may be considered almost negligible ,
Mather ,Oosterbaan acquired the es-, if present at all, in view of other out-
sential differences in styles of play 1 standing factors.
and will be a serious contender forIThsstitcsaeonungfr
the center position on this season'sTeesaitc aecnuig o
Varsty bsketall eam.in the list of wins credited to the At-
Varsty bsketall eam.lantic elevens are included the tri-
umphs over 14 southern teams, only a
The lasti pass fromi the famous few of which are recognized as strong
Friedman to Oosterbaan comibing- teams, and over 13 mid-western
Lion was coniplete, Oosterbaan re-I elevens, among which the stronger
eiving the captaincy of the 1927 tams are almost entirely, lacking.
-eleven, when Friedmadn relinquish- t Considering the question in another
ed the leadership yesterday.I light the facts apa&ifrety Th
ridategrets owr eastern superiority over the South
passer the game has seen, has i may pass unchallenged, inasmuch asl
been largely responsible for Mich- the East has lost only three contestsI
igan's record 'during the past two to the South, while winning 14 and
years, Some have hailed him as tying, one.
"the greatest quarterback since Virginia Poly, Johns Hopkins, Wash-
Seckersall,". ington and Lee. Davis-Elkins alid
West Virginia Wesleyan, are all num-
ANCIENT RIVALS beredl among the East's victims.
Navy's narrow victory over George-
IN FINAL GAMES ( town, 10-7, Pitt's tie with Washington
and Jefferson, Princeton's tie with
(By Associated Press) Washington and L~ee, however, show
NEW YORK, Nov. 23.-Lighting the the closeness of the South-East cali--I
grilirn sy i a areellflah o Ibre, with Maryland's crushing defeat~
ancient rivalry, old foes of the east- of Yaos, a ndicrarns o ;whto i a
erni football arena will battle in five ICos sidctoso hti
colorful closing games on Thursday.snemihbetmdalotaot-
With the mid-west claiming the er superiority.
ArmyNav clahesat te sme ie The East-Midwest question is more
football followers in the East will ineetnn nsm ways ,more
see the campaign virtuially ended irr n ipora. Although the records show
Thanksgiving struggles between Co- that the East has lost to the Midwest
lumbia and Syracuse, Pennsylvaniaf only eight times as compared with
and Cornell, Pittsburgh and Penn thirteen wins and one tie, the su-
State, West Virginia and Washington + periority of the East, is open to diral-
and Brown and! Colgate. Anotherparlne
of traditional rivals meet Saturday' Navy triumphed over Michigan, onej
of the strongest of the western teams
when Holy Cross clashes with Boston an looe udu n rk.O
Interest will also be focused in theI the other hand one of the strongest
attempt of unbeaten Brown to smash teams in the East, Pennsylvania, lost'
through Colgate for a record of ten1 its only game of the year at the hands
straight great victories andl a strong of the Illinois eleven, conquered in theI
claim on eastern as well as national ! est by Michigan.
honos. jNotre Dame's brilliant victory over
honors. _________________ the Army,' after the latter eleven had
demonstrated the weakness of thr(
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