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SUJNDAY, DECEMBIER 5, 1926

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

PA(INE, SEVEN

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

0A}ESEP~

WEST PASSES EASTINQTDI
flI DITICTONI rv c

Nattun ,Wide U~opeisu s,how'$ lidle
Setioil, Leading Coast Teams f
For RIO Y~onors
SOUMh FAR WEST TIE
(By Aisodated Press)
NELW YOR'1K, De6c. 5.-iFor the fifth
flnre in nearly 40 years of all-Amer-
ioan~ football ranking, the distinction
of carrying off the most places on the
me'a'l 1al-star college eleven passes
fpm the East to the Middle West.
~ This was revealed today in a nation
wide ,consesus, compiled by the As-
s~,iated Press and reflecting the opin-
ilns of more than 100 coaches and
critics. With no college having moreI
tl~an one representative in the first
eleven, the consensus shows the Mid-
di% West gainkng ive places, the East
four ,while the South and Far West
occupy one each.
Picking the,1926 squad as a whole,
hgtever,-firt, second ;nd third'
teams-the East retains itsa traditional
leadership with 14 out of 33 places.
The Middle West had 11, the ar West
5C~ and the South 3. Twenty-six in-
situtions are represented on ,the list.
'This year's campaign has not been
lacking Jn individual stars but com-
paratively few, particularly among
tl~e backfield performers, have cap-
tured popular imagination to the ex-
te nt that Red Grange, George Wilson,
F"+,rnie Nevers, "Swede" Oberlandei,
and others did in 1925.
"Herb Joesting, Minnesota's plung-
iixg fullback, is. an exception,lHe
came near to beig . the unanimous
chice of the experts who elected this
year's all-American lineup. His run-
ntig mate, Friedman of Michigan,
Kaer of Southern California, and
Baker of Northwestern, all polled
heavy votes, but i was :by a com-
paratively sl'im margin that they gain-
ed first team places over such all-
around aces as Spears of Vanderit,
H-arry Ruthrven of the Arry, "Wild
Bill" Kelley of Montana, and Frank
Kirk leski of Lafayette.
it s noteworthy that three of the
all star ball carriers-Ftiedman,
Kaer and Baker,-occupied quarter-
bal4po tions on ther teams.
ALL-WE STlix COICES f
First Team
Oosterbaan, Michigan........... LE
Raskowski, Ohio S tate......... LT
Shively, Illinois ...............L
Boeringer, Notre Dame ........... C
Hess, Ohio State ............... RG
Johnson, Northwestern .......... RT
Wheeler, Minnesota..........RE
Friedman, Michigan, (Capt.)-......Q
Baker, Northwestern ........ ...LH
Karow, Ohio State .............. RH
Joesting, Mneota ..........F
Second Team
Bell, Ohio State ......... ......LEI
Baer4Aichigan .......... ......ILT
McMullen, Nebraska......... .... LG
Retsc, Illinois..................C
Lovette, Michigan............. RG
DeWitt, Coo..................RT
Lindenmeyer, Missouri.....RE
Almquist, Minnesota........ .....Q
Kutsch, Iowa.................... LH
Wilcox, Purdue, (Capt.) ........RH
Lewis, Northwestern ............. F
Third Team
IBurrus, Wisconsin ......... ....LE'
Steiner, Ne rska .............. LT
Dart, Northwestern ........... . .LG
Rlapp, St. Xavier ................'C
Tombaugh, Kansas State ........ R
Nelson, Iowa..................RAT
Fisher, Northwestern............RE
O'Keefe, Marquette ...............Q
Meter, Grinnell ................ LH
Gilbert, Michigan (Capt.) ... ,.... RH
Daugherity, Illinois ..............
rMINNEAPOLIS.- The signing of
Drake will give the Gopher football
team a hard game on the week before
they oppose Michigan, for the last
game of the season.
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