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THE MIC H IGAN DAILY

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NOT~ DAE ELVEN Capt. Harold Schmid
'LACKS STRONG DRIVE CosctvTil
Aft,,'kiie Belfei's 'l'oamNa ~y Not Ex- s . '
1llliit' It't lfield Itirv r Sloivu"4: '{ "
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M;ANY BACKS AVAILABLE .
(By Asociated Press) ~.* ..
CHICAGO, Dec. 1.-Onlyon team mu
this fdi1l has been able to withstand 'S
the 'shift attack of the eleven ma} x sL }' 4Lr*''
backfield of the Notre Dame football GM>
squaqd, but in their tenth game of theM } ^ 44 }{':
season at Los Angeles next Saturday 14 s . *:' .
againsTt th University of Southern ''A s.
California some of the drive may e
laclng, according to their 'coach,
At'the top of their for~m, none but tR~.a ,}
the 'Minnesota battering ram was Ale : .:-
to cross the Notre Dame goal line. 2L > 4 } ¢ .< '. t :
The 'boys were mentally tired: out. . ....:s *33
when they SuccumYTbe~dto darnegie .:. ~
PTec'hr, Rockne said. Whether te s x L ° 1{ .."","+ 4.... ... -K 2:"
wek's rest from practice has revived U *~
themx the Trojans will find outSau-.
day aftern oon. :<y:; <l;:::4
Shft Draws Penalties ~ ~ .
Un'der Rockne's system of inter-.
cshankging b1ackfields, no onie back has',;,,s".
stood out mnuchr above his felows...~..
Four' of his eleven ball carriers are
dangerous open field runners. Fourv;(r I ^J
others ar~e of the line smashing type, :
and 'ther~e are three quarterbacks al- l 5t
most equially qualified for running
aplays and tossing passes. The great-
est weakless of the team this year has
beet{ the lack of a good punter. Kna IaskeI
The Notre Dame backfield shift this Harold Schmidt, captain of the
year was the basis of most of Rock- for the 1926-27 season is not only p
ne's strategy, but it cost the team also collected letters for baseballa
many penalties. In the Northwestern played 64 games during the past fou
game alone, the Rocks drew 14 swift dom 'equalled record has brought the
penalties. years.
Besides Flanagan, there are Dah-
man, Cheviguy and Neimic who are IOWA ,
bard to stop once they get loose in a COURT MENnfed och 'olWne R L O 1 S
and Hearndonarthsmhigyp
Parisien is the star of the passers G AJ F S A O
among the quarterback quartet, which
also includes Edwards, Riley and Mc- IOWA CITY, Dec. 1-A small but
Nally. Parisien who hurls his passes virile squad of University of Iowa
with either hand is particularly ac- basketball players are taking their
curate while. running at top speed. drills with vigor this week faced with
Starting Backfield Strong the task of laying St. Louis uni-
All the backfield men, and Voedisch, versity here Saturday.
the leading enid, are good pass receiv- TPhe initial game will open the new
ers. The Rocks aerial style this year $400,O000 field house and will give
hasbeen confined to the short running Coae1h Sam Barry an idea of results
pass. of nearly two months' practice.
While the general opinion has been A sufficient nucleus for a couple of
for two or three years that Rockne good basketball teams is present in
starts his second string players at the the fve letter winners including two
kickoff, and withholds his aces until 'guards and three forwards. Capt.
sonie critical Inoment, this year none 'Ralph Hgan, who 4islocated his
could say that the backfield at the shoulder on the gridiron in October,
opening kickoff was any less danger- has been pratiing lightly.
ouis than any other that could be sent 'The all-western gard, former Capt.
in later. Rockne has progressed Chales MConnefl is building up to
through the star "key man" acrd "four 'hisi o1(1,time form and George Van
horsenidn" Backfield stages to the Deusen, Lawrence Harrison and Gord-
eleven backfield today. on Phillips are 'showng 'well as for-
fwards.
CHICAGO.-Cald footballs, symnbolic , A line-up will not be determined
of a Western'Conference championship i until lter in the week but it is pro-l
'will be awarded members of the 1926! bable that Wilcox, a sophomore, will
Northwestern football squad. jump at centey while Twogood will
ioust one ofth e letter men at for-
Suliscrihe 4 the Mticiigan Daily. hV'ard.

It Works For Fifth AHI BETA DELTA WINS
For Kansas-Cagene i
IN WRESTLINO MEET

Ini 1f nmn Miirs Feature t'oite!t Fromi
In 12,)P0 111 id lss
TH1 1ETA GI IS SECOND
rPhi Beta Delta, with a total of 19 r1
points, won -the interfraternity wrest-
hugnp championship last night at Water-
man gymnasium, outscoring Theta
('hi, Sigma Alpha Mu, and Delta Kap-
pa Epsilon. who trailed with 1382, 10,
and 9 points respectively.
In the individual contests, the boutj
between Kaufman, Sigma Alpha Mu,
cand Mendelsohn, Phi Beta Delta, in
the 125 pound division was easily theI
§eature, the former winning the de-!
cision through a slight time advan-
tage. Rubin, of thc victorious team,
winner in the featherweight division.
'and Boden, Theta Chi, were the only
matnen to repeat their championships
of last year.
SRubin threw Topperman, Phi Lamb-
dTa Kappa, in handy fashion, the time
being 2:05, while Boden pinned
I acobx,, Phi Beta Delta, in less than
two minutes. Other winners were
Goddard, Tan Kappa Epsilon, who won
from Golden, Phi Beta Delta, in the
135 pound division; Spencer, Delta
IKappa Epsilon, who won from Power,
Theta Chi; Watson, Theta Chi, who
tew Ten enbom,. Sigma Alpha Mu;
and. Nicholson, Delta Kappa Epsilon,
who threw Segall, Sigma Alpha Ma.
Besides winning the team cup,
awarded annually by the intramural'
I department, Phi Beta' Delta is also
given 100 points in the scoring for the
fraternity activities trophy.
JANUC SCHEDULE OF
1927 NAVYGRID} TEAM
(By Assotiated Press)
ANNAPOLIS, Dec. 1.-Navy's' 1927
football schedule, nearly complete,
was announcedl today as follows:
Oct.. 1, open; Oct. 8, Drake here;
Oct. 15, Notre Dame, at Baltimore ;
IOct. 22, Duke university here; Oct. 29,
iPennsylvania At Philadelphia; Nov. 5,
West Virginia Wesleyan here; Nov.
12, Michigan at Anin Arbor; Nov. 19,
Loyola here; Nov. 26, Army at New
IYork.

!SEABOARD CRITICS1 Grangxe Picks Three WVolverines On,. ;.
SELECT EASTERN;
'MYHICL LEVNTeam Chosen From Players MYTHIAL EEVEN
(13y sciatedPress)Thr ee AMid higan men, Bronwn, Fried- 6ip:ito
NE v YORIj. TDec. 1.-Brown and I inan "and Oosterbaan, were chosen on lthe 1,921 iwtea, Ga:s sv "rw
tPennsylIvania saemajor honiors'in. the all-star team selected 1)y Red was awild ma a gasli I liiuai . lz
the selection of al-Eastern grdio Grange, former Illini star, judging
griiro ;was the great est lperiornl ::!c a:(-en-
stars fo 1926, acc~ordig to' a con- only oil a basis of those Men against
censs o ec ek-s ntiiievspperwhom he has actually competed, ac- I ter1that I ever hope to . liI
critics, compiled byth Associated cordig to a copyright feature in the the only center~ that I ivaveree
Press. Dctroit TIinifes5yest erday. wocme out fromi his Po it ( ;I'0 gt
Each university placed two out- The following is the team: opposing batcks oik end runs.
standing players on the first all-East-' Oostorbaan, M ichigan......L. E. Gr'ange was equally freeinhi
ern team- rown, with Roy Randall at IWeir, Nebraska...............1L. T. prise of ( Friedman. "I p~lay a i ::i
PuesylvandCwith.JBrokaBatlendatGay, Minnesota ................L_ G. Friedman in 1924 and 1925 a n (1 lftc w as
Pensylani, wth ackguter t lBrown, Michigan .............. . .. C.1 always showing t~o advantage . I
center and Charlie Rogers at half- Hess, Ohio State..... ....R. G. out smarted( us to make tepa iil
back. 1 Below, Wisconsin.............R. T. j)ut his team in p)osit ion br -iitu
The canvass found little difference Laimpe, Chicago.............. R. E.. dol)kick b~y which iMichian"a
1 of opinion onl linre positions indicatingE Friedman, 4Iichigan.............Q. ilim-)is 3-0 last year.
that the players chosen stood far! Schutte, Minnesota............L~. If. j Oosterbaan," Grange(Oiile? I
ahead of their rivals in the estiina- Rhodes, Nebrasxa .............R. H.Inmet only once, in the gaiaewh-
tion of Atlantic seaboard critics. !McCarty, Chicago................F. Michigan won from Ilhliroislast y eiar.
Harry Connaughiton, giant Georgetown
guard, poled the heaviest vote but hie
wras not far ahead of Fira nk Wick-I
horst, Navy tackle and (captain.
Capt. Vic Hanson, versatile Sy a - 3324 Tell Me Tonight,
cuse captain, and Broda. were almost-
unanimous choices for the wings al-\XWhat's the' Use of Crying?
though the class of men in these pos-05C1rli .tragh and His -
tious was regarded as unusually high - hri Jr f
this season.I= Orchestra
Butler had little competition for the-
pivotal position, the poll showed, but;-°
there was a sharp contest for theE 39PeiosViesthGia
other tackle position, with Sprague of 1EI'd Lov 0to all You M w-ter
Army barely gaining 'lhe place.
The selections: 2Ni ck Lucas
First Te"il I
Hansen, Syracuse ........L. _E.I 32121 ~
Wickhorst, Navy..............L. T. 332 I'l Fly to Hawaii Vocal
Connaughton, Georgetown.... ,.. L. G.2 That's My Girl Chorus
Butler, Pennsylvania.............C. ;°JeGen' oeI
Carey, Cornell ............... G. ° o=re' oet
Broda, Army ..................HR. E.K-
Randall, Brown..... ............. Q. 1
Rogers, Penn................L. HI. 3341 Pepita
Kirkleski, Lafayette ........... R. H. Bbaia' -
Amos, Wash. and Jeff .............F. !=
Seconid Teami Park Lang Orchestra Dwith -
Born, Army...............14. E. 2aoa Cou
Cochran, Lafayette ............LVoclT.or2
..T1=Sturhahn, Yale............... L. G. I
Davis, Dartmouth................ C.'_2°_
Schmidt, Army...............HR. G. I
Lassman, N. Y. U.. .... ......HR. T. ! - -FFR-11 I
HubbardI, Geneva...............HR. E.y ^
Dooley, Dartmouth ................Q. t
Slagle, Princeton............. L. IH.E 616 East Liberty St.
Wilson, Armay................. R.H.'
Shanghnessy, Colgate..........F: '

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Mhall Ca tain
University of Kansas basketball team
)r oficient in the cage sport, but has
a nd football. The Kansas team hasI
Lr years and only lost four. This sel-
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Consider FriedmanE
As Kentucky Mentor!
LEXINGTON, Ky., Dec. L.--Benny'
Friedman, captain and quarterback
of the 1926 Michigan football team is
being cbonsidered for the position. of
head football coach at the University
of Kentucky.
fAt a recent meeting of the athletic
board an offer of $6,500 a year wasI
made to Neal Arnston of the Du Pont'
Manual high school to take the posi-

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tion. Arnston has not as yet made a
decision and the board is at present PHILADELPHIA.-Efforts are being
thought to be making plans for other . made here to arrange a playoff of the
offers, recent Army-Navy football tie.

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