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AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, DECEMBER

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ECKERSALL SELECTS
ALLAMERICAN TEAM

NEW POSTON MANAGER FORMERLY
GREAT CATCHER, GREATER PILOT
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Five Western (onfrrence Players, Two
From Miigan, Chosen By
Football Expert
FOUR PICKED FROM EAST
Five Western Conference football'
players, two of them from Michigan,I
were named on Walter Eckersall's
1926 all-American eleven, according to
a copyright article released by the
Chicago Tribune expert. Only four of
the men on the mythical team were j.
from the East. Eckersall's team is'
identical with that selected by Grant-I
land Rice for the Collier magazine last
week.1
Friedman and Oosterbaan were the
two Wb5erines selected by Ecker-
sall, thus making them unanimous
choices on the all-tsar teams selected
by leading critics in the country.'
Friedman was named captain of the
first eelven by Eckersall.
Lovette, star Michigan guard, was'
'named as guard on the third team.'
Gilbert, Michigan's star Ihalfback and
punter, was given honorable mention.
In cdmmenting on Friedman, Ecker-
sal says, "The Wolveirne is a natural!
leader who inspired his team. Bennie
was one of the smartest players on the
gridiron and his headwork pulled his
team out of many tight holes."
Oosterbaan is referred to by Ecker-
sall as "one of the best forward pass
receivers in the country, effective in,
weaving through in interference to get
his man."'
The complete selections are as fol-
lows:
First Team
Oosterbaan, Michigan, Ie.; Wick-
horst, Navy, I.t.; shively, Illinois, 1. g.;
Boeringer, Notre Dame, c.; Connaugh-
ton, Georgetown, r.g.; Smith, Brown,
r.t.; Hanson, Syracuse, r.e.; Friedman,
Michigan, (Captain), q.; Baker, North-
Western, I.h.; Kaer, Southern Cali-
forma, r.h.; Joesting, Minnesota, f.b.
Scond Team f
Broda, Brown,L Te.; Lassman, Newc
York University, I.t.; Sturham, Yale,
l.g.; Butler, Pennsylvania, c.; Hess,'
Ohio State, r.g.; Johnson, Northwest-t
ern, r.t.; Shipkey, Stanford, r.e.;a
Meeker, Wlashington State, q.; Rogers,'
Pennsylvania, (Captain), I.h.; Hamil-
ton, Navy, r.h.; Ames, Washington andI
Jefferson, f.b.r

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\ir\i(ro V OITDMcCallister Named FOUR WESTERN CONFERENCE MEN '
TO UT M ON CAMP'S TEAMS IN 1915=-16
uO.. e.,LIH L To Manage Indians;
q MNET TNE (This is the fourth of the Walter Camp times, was chosen for the 1915 team.
[1uB tuNE (y Associated Press) all-American series.) 1 914
CLEVELAND, Dec. 11.--Jack Mc- Western Conference palyers gained Baston, Minnesota, end; liliman,
Twc s m, r Of Teinns Squad Callister, for 13 years scout and coach four berths on Walter Camp's all- EHarvard, tackle; Spears, Dartmouth,
t Tohiklwe Trlo I'dCornell of the Cleveland Indians, will manage American teams of 1915 and 1916, two guard; Pack, Pittsburgh, center;
)P-<, In February .- the Tribe during the 1927 season, E. 1each year. Baston, of Minnesota won Schlachter, Syracuse, guagd; Abell,
S. Barnard, president of the club, an- an end position both years, while Colgate, tackle; Shelton, Cornell, end;
j 1EDULE ANNOUNCED nounced today that McCallister had Macomher of Illinois made the team of Barrett, Cornell, quarter; King,. Har-
Sbeen appointed to succeed Tris 1915 as a halfback, with the great vard, halfback; Macomber, Illinois,
Speaker, veteran outfielder, who re- Chick Harley of Ohio State at fullback halfback; lahan, Ilarvaril, fullback.
>Icf ga, will probably be repre- signed as manager several weeks ago. the following year. Baston was pro- -1916
soeden t y1o aenndthe idoor iter- Although the Indians made a good bably the greatest end ever producd fBaston, Minnesota, end; West, Col-
olleiae tennisP tourney, Feb. 11 and showing in last year's race, Speaker at the Gopher school, while Macomber gate, tackle; Black, Yale, guard; Peck,
! resigned as manager because ne "felt 'was Zup'pke's second all-American Ptittsburgh, center; Dadmann, i ar-
boh singles and doubles. This tour he needed a rest." and Harley, Dr. Wilce's first. vard, guard; Horning, Colgate, tackle;
aey is being sponsored by Cornell Eddie Mahan, one of the greatest' Moseley, Yale, end; Anderson, Colgate,
anive-rsitY and will probably draw ! NEW YORK.-More than 15,000,000 fullbacks in Eastern football history, quarter; Oliphant, Army, halfback;
-most of the best teams along the At- fans watched the football games this and the only man to make Walter Pollard, Brown, halfback.; Harley,
lantic seaboard. Michigan is the only fall. ICamp's all-American three successive C!_ State, fullback.
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' western university invited to l e.
I° the men are sent to the tourna-
mert as it is now planned, it will
mark the first appearance of a Uni-
versity of Michigan tennis team in an
indoor meet and wih open up a new
field.
With Barton, Moore, and Algyer
coning up from the strong freshman
team of last spring to re-enforce the
veterans on the Varsity squad, the
prospects are good for a fair repre-
sentation of netmen from Michigan
this year. Letter men eligible for
competition are Olian and Stephens
while O'Brien, Toevs, and Finkleman
are "aMa" men available.,
The Wolverine outdoor schedule is
nearly complete, matches having been
arranged as follows: Michigan State
here, May 5; Ohio State at Columbus,
May 7; Minnesota here, May 16; Chi-
cago here, May 21; Northwestern at
Evanston, May 26 ;Wesdrn Conference
championships at Chicago, May 27
anid 28; Illinois at Urbana, May 30
(tentative). Negotiations are also un-
der way foran early meet with Mich-
igan State and hope is also held for 1
Idates with Wisconsin and Indiana,
the former to be played at East Lan-
sing and the latter two in Ann Arbor.
The Varsity golf schedule is nearly
complete and was announced as fol-
lows: Ohio State here, May 21; Pur-
due at Lafayette, May 26; Illinois at
Urbana, May 28; Chicago at Chicago,
I May 31. Wisconsin andaNorthwestern
fhave been schedulled and will play
here early in May although the dates
t have not, been named. In addition to
the dual meets the Michigan team or
some of its members will also take
part in the Conference meet in June.

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-AaRIDEs
Makes

tID E R S E R V IC E
a wonderful gift. Father would
appreciate one.
also have a fine line of smaller
ens and pencils for mother,
sister or sweetheart.
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SERVICE

"Fearless" Bill Carrigan

It has been said that Lee Fohl
failed to build a fighting, winning ball
club at Boston because he lacked the
ire to put the proper spirit in the
Red Sox. But Bill Carrigan has won
two pennants in four years, during a
a previous period when he was man-
ager of the Beantowners, to which
position he has redently been reap-
pointed.
Carrigan is of the old school of big
league managers, hard, and proud of
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II broke into the big leagues with
the Red Sox in 1908, after being sea-
soned by a period with the Toronto
nine, and it was ,only a short time be-
fore he became 4he leading catcher
and mainstay of the team. His fear-

lessness at the plate won him a name
and great popularity, and he became
manager of the Sox in 1913 when Jake
Stahl resigned, thus becoming one of
the first of the modern player-man-
agers. He both managed and caught
for the Sox in 1915 when they beat the
Phillies for the world championship
and in 1916 when they won the league
title by defeating the Dodgers in four
out of five games in the final series.
Carrigan has undertaken a job
which has proven too much for the
former managers simply because of

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Third Teamn
Thayer, Pennsylvania, l.e.; Raskow-
ski, Ohio State, I.t.; Carey, Cornell,
I.g.; Reitsch, Illinois, c.; Lovette,
Michigan, r.g.; Cothran, Lafayette ,r.
t.; Winslett, Alabama, r.e.; Kelley,
Montana, q.; Bogue, Stanford, l.h.;
Karow, Ohio State, r.h.; Lewis, North-
western, f.b.
PITTSBURGH.--University of Pitts-
burgh has carved a special niche In
the hall of football ground gainers for
Gibby Welch, halfback, this season
piled up a grand total of 1,190 yards.'
CHICAGO.-The Big Ten and the
Missouri Valley will engage in more
inter-conference football games next
tall than for many years.
SEATTLE.-University of Washing-
ton intercollegiate rowing champions
will resume practice Jan. 15.

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their inability to force the men to
work together, but Boston officials be-
lieve that the new boss can turn the
trick.

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LARGE TURNOUT GREETS
FRESHMAN TRACK COACH
More than 150 freshmen have re-
ported for track, in response to Coach
Hoyt's call Nor candidates, and an in-
crease in this list is expected after
vacation.
Although it is difficult for the coach
to handle so many men, there will be
no cut as long as the athletes wish to
continue practice.

CHRISTMAS GIFT
SUGGESTIONS
STATIONERY
FOR GIFTS
Delicately tinted, excellently made,
in a handsome box, will draw forth
an expression of pleasure on
Christmas morn. We carry several
leading brands at moderate prices.

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KODAKS

No gift is more appropriate for Christmas

than a Kodak.

Children and grown-ups

get lasting pleasure from taking pictures
of their playmates, friends, and events

Desk Sets and Writing Cases-$1.50 Up.
See our fine assortment in brass and leather.
Traveling Sets-$5.00 Up.
We have them in ivory and black. They consist of mirror, hair
brush; comb, file, buffer, etc. In finest leathers.
Diaries-$1.00 Up.
The gift every girl appreciates. They will last from one to
five years. Leather bound, gold edge leaves. Many with locks.
Playing Cards-50c Up.
We have all kinds of card games and card sets. Poker sets,
bridge sets.

that they wish to remember.

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now available.

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A very special offer is

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Fountain Pens and Fountain Pen Sets-$2.75 Up.
Waterman, Conklin, Sheaffer, Parker, Eversharp, Swan
others with a national reputation.

It will

and

Bill Folds, Purses-$ 1.00 Up.
This year be probably needs one.
variety of grains.

Pigskin, calf, and in a

enable you to----
Select fro m large stock
flake use of a small deposit
buy at after-the-holiday prices
Our stock includes fine
imported wombat, lamb
(French beaver) Norwe-
gian dog and galloway
coats.
WAGNER&COMPAH,
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Fountain Pen Desk Sets-$7.50 Up.
Something new. The ink is in the pen.
modern desks now.

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No inkwells needed on

We have a complete stock of cameras
and kodaks from Box Brownies at $2.50
to Cine-Kodaks at $150.00.
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Christmas Greeting Cards-All Prices.
Printed and relief printed personal cards will be given prompt
attention and delivery if ordered at once. Do not delay longer.
Cards should be in the mail nUt later than December 20th. The
manner we use in displaying greeting cards by sample insures
them to be clean and fresh. We have the largest and finest
assortment suitable for all tastes:
TYPEWRITERS

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We suggest CORONA the world's
leading portable for twenty years.
Price $60 with carrying case. L.
C. SMITH, the ball bearing, long
wearing typewriter.
We have hundreds of second hand

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