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h THE MICHIGAN DAILY

'DAY, NOVEMBAIER 28, 1926

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REUAR SUAO B Pick Oosterbaan On
BTC T AKEckersall's Team;
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Walter Eckersall, sports critic of
the Chicago Tribune, includes two
Wolverines on his first all-Conference
eleven, on which five of the Big Ten
schools are represented. Benny
Friedman is named captain and
quarterback while Oosterbaan, hisl
teammate, is awarded the left end po-
sition. Other schools represented on i
the first team are Ohio State, Illinois,
Northwestern, anid Minnesota.
Of Friedman, Eckersall says, "The
Wolverihe leader is a natural football
player who does so many things well i
that it is hard to find his equal anyI
place in the country. His keen judg- I
ment in the selection of plays, com-
bined with his accurate place kicking
and catching of punts, hakes him an
ideal man for the position.
He goes on to say of Herb Joesting,
the Minnesota "pile-driver," "he is
unquestionably the greatest fullback
in the country.. and he should be the
unanimous choice of all critics."
Ralph "Moon" Baker, captain of I
Northwestern, is cited as one of- thet
big reasons why the Wildcats finishedt
their season in a tie for the Confer-
ence title.

Thie iRaskeii Indian Team
Now that the season for choosing
mythical all-American teams is here, The eleven regulars shown above Westerners, was considered sure of
the question is raised whether or not as they line up on the field, are Jones, his position at tackle at the first of
the Haskell Indians have a man or I.e., Roebuck, l.t., Fairbanks, l.g., the season, but found extremely keen
two who merit especial mention in Hawley, c., Guernean, r.g., Jennings, i competition for this berth. Roebuck
View of their showing this year. r.t., Pappio, r.e., Ward, q.b., Levi, l.h., and Jennings have shown great
Since R. E. Hanley came to HaskelljSmith, r.h., McLain, f.b. strength to land the tackle assign-
five years ago, the Red Men have Chief Tom Stidman, captain of the mnents.

Ohio Wesleyan Witl
Open New Michig an lL0
StadiumNext Year A
ICoach Fielding II. Yost yesterday aiie(I Place Broda, of jBroWn 1IQaansa l
confirmed the report that Ohio >tes-' O fsy Pce A ad of ronIplann-
leyan university, coached by George ElectgOosterlman
Gauthier, had been scheduled for the'
opening contest on the Woiverin kj" j ° T + i NAjib
schedule next year, the game to ): 'i fF EEED
played on Oct. 1, in the new Michiganilj-
stadium. (y As ociated Pres)
Ohio Wesleyan, formerly on the N4W YOi, Nov. AII-Ameri-
schedule of Ohio State every season, i 'urn made lbmiri u aPearance
was dropped by that institution andi here tod,::. with newspaper critics i t
almost immediately carded by Coa,4 ) ' , 1t on the selection of a ma-
Yost, who played on and also coach(, (*[ o t1v outstunding linemen.
Wesleyan in 1897, the only year that Irrfdn .o Michigan at quarter
eleven defeated the Columbus aggre- and uSIig 1 1innesota at fullbacK
gation. lhwerettbiarimous choices, but there
Tihn.was a wide difference of opinion on
The game will be the first to be halfbacks.
played in the new stadium which will :Following is a newspaper concen-
be formerly dedicated three weeks I sus on All-American lines: Broda,
later by the Ohio State team. This j Brown and hanson, Syracuse, ends;
contest brings the total number of| ickhorst, Navy and Nelson, Iowa,
games scheduled for next season to tackles; Schmidt, Army, and Hess,
eight, five of which will be played Ohio State, guards; Boeringer, Notre
against Conference opponents. Dame, center.
The complete schedule follows: 'Baker, Northwestern; Rogers, Penn-
Ohio Wesleyan, here, Oct. 1; Michigan sylvania; O'Boyle, Notre Dame; Kaer,
State,. here, Oct. 8; Wisconsin, at Southern California, and Wilson, La-
Madison, Oct. 15; Ohio State, here, fayette, were mentioned chiefly for
Oct. 22 (dedication) ; Illinois, at Chain- the halfback positions.
paign, Oct. 29; Chicago, at Chicago,
Nov. 5; U. S. Naval academy, here, Columbia has dropped Ohio State
Nov. 12; and Minnesota, here, Nov. 19. from its 1927 schedule.
Michigan men are just as particular about
their haircut as they are about their
clothes. Every detail is noticed and we
strive always to justify their patronage.
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Letzelter, Mefort and Harpster. The s irst TeanL
latter drop kicked two beautiful field Oosterbaa , Michigan............LT
goals in the third period. Statistics Raskowski, Ohio State............LT
of the battle showed that Carnegie Shively, Illinois .... LG
outplayed the Rockne men in all de- IReitsch, Illinois.................C
partments. Hess, Ohio State ................. RG"
Notre Dame's first string men were Johnson, Northwestern ..........RT
started in at the start of the second Wheeler, Minnesota ............ RE
period. Friedman, Michigan (Capt.) ......Q
The line was unable to stem the Baker, Northwestern ............LH
-rushes of the Skiiio backfield. After Karow, Ohio State................RH
a pass, Har Aster to Donohoe, had net- Joesting, Minnesota ................F
ted 18 yards, the latter ran wide [ Second Team
around left end for a touchdown. Bell, Ohio State .................LE
Letzelter failedI to kick goal. Car- Baer, Michigan.................LT'
negie was benefited by a break when Dart, Northwestern .............. LG
Mefort blocked a punt and recovered K. Rouse, Chicago ................. C
the ball on Notre Dame's 18-yard line. Lovette, Michigan ...............RG1
Letzelter carried the ball over for Nelson, Iowa...................RT
another touchdown. III added the Fisher, Northwestern ............ RE
extra point. Almquist, Minnesota...............Q
The third period had just begun !!Kutsch, Iowa.................LH
when Yoder intercepted a Notre Dame Wilcox, Purdue (Capt.) ..........RH
pass on the latter's 33-yard line. On Lewis, Northwestern...............F
the next play Hartster drop kicked Third Tiam
a goal from the 38-yard line. I Apitz, Chicago.................LE

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had better and better elevens, winning
37 out of 46 games under his tutelage
up to this year, when the team has
gone through the season undefeated
although travelling all over the coun-
try. The only blemish on their record
is a tie with Boston college, -but the
New England school had one of the
best teams in its history this fall. A
week ago, the Indians administered a
severe trouncing to Michigan State,
winning by a 40-0 score.
Marriner, Illinois............ LT
Hansen, Minnesota.............LG
Klein, Ohio State.................C
Von Bremer, Wisconsin .........RG
Uridil, Ohio State...............RT
Burrus, Wisconsin...............RE
Lanum, Illinois.................Q
Grim, Ohio State................LH
Gilbert, Michigan (Capt.) ........RH
Daugherity, Illinois..............F

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