THE MICHIGAN DAILY __ __ _ __ _
NDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1926
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MICHIGAN'S 1926 FOOTBALL CAPTAIN WHO WILL BE itigth Crp -ope
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Six players from the Middle West,
four from the East, and, one from the
Far West compoe the list of 1926 all-
American selections for Grantlan d
JRice's all-American first team. For the
first time in the history of the "of- +
ficial" choices, thei "Big Three"
schools failed to place a man.
Of the six Middle West men chosen.
five were from the Western Confer-
ence, Michigan placing two, while
Minnesota, Illinois and Northwestern
each had one man selected. A Notre
Dame player was honored in the
choice, as well as one man from
Stanford, one of the leading teams
for national championship considera-
tion, failed to have a man chosen for
the first eleven.
Friedman and Oosterbaan, Wolver-
ie stars, were the only players on
the team to be chosen for the second
The selections follow: Hanson,
Syracuse, left end; Wickhorst, Navy,
left tackle; Connougliton, Georgetown,'
left guard; Boeringer, Notre Dame,
center; Shively, Illinois, right guard;
Smith, Brown, right tackle; Goster.-
baan, Michigan, right end; Friedman,
Michigan, quarterback; Baker, North-
western, left halfback; Kaer, Southern
California, right halfback; Joesting,
fer of # place on its football schedule
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onl Grantland Rice's first all-Ameria
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according to, word received by The
Fried man proved to be the mainstay ii
of the Wolverne team throughout the
season, his trusty toe proving an in-
valuable aid. The picture shows the
star quarterback set for a. place kick,
with ,Leo Hoffman, halfback, holding
*Friedman was an almost unanimous
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