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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1926

THE MICHIGlAN fDAIL Y

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iLY SELECTS ALL-CONFRiCLEU LTENM
ORBASISOF COMBINATION OF CHOICES
1cen Are Picked, According To Systein, thought placed on the "official" team,
Fronu' Elevens Submitted By Six received a berth on only three of the
Big Ten Papers. six Big Ten teams, one of these being
the Daily Illii. hess, an all Ameri-I
TWO WOLVERINES PLACE can last year, gained a seven-point
margin on him according to the sys-E
tem.
In this day and age, when football tiackle Ihie C oe Fight
seasons are only half completed with - The race for individual honors for
ot as many different asea systhesamthe tackle positions resolved into a
bases for all-star teams as there are light lbctwedn Raskowski, Ohio, Nelson,
,players in the Conference, The Daily;fgtbtenRsosi ho esn
.has chosen an all-Conference teai Iowa, Bear, Michigan, and Johnson,
Northwestern. The first named, by
reason of a -point total, earned first
I ALL-STAR EILEVEN honors, with the Ilawkeye star one;
point behind, and the other two ac
Oosterbaan, Michigan (11)..L.E counting for four points each. The
Raskowski, Ohio (6) ......L.1 closeness of the scores are indicative
1 Hess,Ohio (12)............L.G of the high calibre of tackle material
eitsch, Illinois (7)this year, and there was a greater
Shively, Illinois (5) ........ diversity of opinion for men to fill
Nelson, Iowa (5)..........R.T these positions than any other on the
I Wheeler, Minnesota (5) .. R.E team, six men being named on some
Friedman, Michigan (11) ....G.B teams, and four on two teams. Iowa
Baker; Northwestern (10) .. L.H licked Nelson and Baer.
Karow, Ohio (8) ern (1 ).R.H While Oosterbaan was a universal
Joesting, Minnesota (11) ...F.B. choice for one end, there were four
men selected for the other wing post,
Wheeler being picked on three teams
which expresses the combined choice to gain second honors, while Burrus,
of the sporting experts of six of the Wisconsin, Kassell, Illinois, and
Big Ten daily publications. Fisher, Northwestern, were each se-.

Wolverine Picked
For Big Ten Teamn

IOW DI.LLS FOR L
BIG TENDPENING
IOWA CITY, Ia., Dec. 11.-Satisfiedj
that his men are mastering the art of
basket-shooting, of which they had
only a smattering of knowledge last
winter, Coach Sam Barry is now
straightening out the floor work of
his University of Iowa five in prepa-
ration for the Big Ten schedule.
The high-scoring Hawkeyes, who!
piled up 45 points and restricted St.
Louis to a meagre . are pointing for
the Wabash game here Monday and
the tilt with Notre Dame on the home1
court, Dec. 20.
Although the calibre of the opposi-
tion was not especially high, the Iowa
squad executed plays with good early-
season precision and looped baskets
from all angles. Coach Barry twice
benched his entire team and sent in
the seconds to carry the battle.
Captain Hopan and McConnell, one1
of the smoothest pair of guards in this
Middle West, tied up the St. Louisians
time after time, Indications are that
the Hawkeyes will have a dependable
center for Wilcox, sophmore, register-
ed 13 points and consistently won the
tip-off
To maintain the winning streak on'
the home court is the aim of the
Iowans. The last game lost was one

Tiger Outfielder
Aids In Upholding
Batting Records
. """lleini"Manush, slu;gin-
center fielder of the Detroit Tigers is
the sixteenth Detroit player to lead
the American league batters in the
last 20 seasons. His average for 1926
was .377, as compared with his former
averages of .334, .289..303 for the
years 1923, 1924, and 1925 respectively.
The official batting records of the
American league show that the De
troit monopoly of batting honors be-
gan in 1907 when the immortal Ty
Cobb captured first honors and re-
tained them with the exception of one
year until 1919.
George Sisler held the place of
honor in 1920 and 1922, Tris Speaker
in 1916, and Babe Ruth in 1924. These
four players have been the only ones
to encroach upon the Tigers' brilliant
record.. Barry Heilmann won the
laurels in 1921, 1923, and 1925, and
Manush in 1926.
Two other Detroit outfielders, Ieil-
mann and Fothergill, shared honors
with Manush by finishing the season
among thetfirst four of the league's
leading hitters.
with Wisconsin March 3, 1925, and since
then, 11 consecutive battles have gone
to the Hawkeyes. Seven of these were
with Big Ten teams.

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Each, man picked for a position on
any of the teams has been awarded
two points for each selection, with
the single exception that an award of
only one point was given to a man for
a place;on his own college paper. In
addition to The Daily, the papers that
named all-star teams were the Wis-
consin Daily Cardinal, Daily Illini,
Daily Jowan, Minnesota Daily, and
Chicago .paily Maroon.
Four Unanimously Selected
Only four men polled a perfect vote,
Oosterbaan, Wolverine end; Hess,
Ohio guard; Friedman, Wolverine
quarterback, and Joesting, Minnesota
fullback, being unanimously selected.
Under the system adopted Hess was
theeonly man able to receive 12 votes,
since the Ohio State Lantern did not
submit an eleven for consideration.
An added point of interest is. that this
Ohio star was the only one of the four
unanimous choices who was not named
for the first team on Grantland Rice's
"official" all-American.
Despite the fact that Michigan car-
ried off the honor of placing two
unanimous selections, Coach Wilce's
Ohio team came in for its share of
honors by placing three men on the
eleven, while the Wolverines placed
two, Minnesota two, and Illinois two,
and Northwestern and Iowa each had
one man named.
Five of the men named for this all-
Conference team were placed on Rice's
first team, while it is interesting to
note that Shively, Illinois guard, al-

lected for one team. None of the last'
three were named for the team sub-
mitted by their own papers.
Reitsch Outstanding Center
Reitsch, Illinois, was the outstand-
ing center of the season in the Big
Ten and was able to poll seven votes,
while Klein, Ohio, earned two points,
and Rouse, Chicago, was named for
the Daily Maroon.
The backfield did not present much
of problem, only three other men be-
ing mentioned, and they were picked
for only one team each. Friedman,
Michigan, and Joesting, Minnesota,
however, were the only men to be!
selected on all the teams, while Baker,
an "official" all-American, was named
on all except the Iowa Daily, who
named Gustafson, another Purple star,

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Benny, Oosterbaan
Stellar Wolverine end, and captain-
elect for the 1927 team, who was a
unanimous choice for the wing posi-
tion on the all-Conference team picked
by The Daily from the elevens sub-
mitted by the sporting editors of sit

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in his place. Karow, with eight points,
received the fewest votes of the back-
field men, Chicago nameing Kutsch,
Iowa, in his place, while Illinois play-
ed the home favorites, Daugherity.
ST.. LOUIS.-Rogers Hornsby has
asked for his retention as player-
manager of the Cardinals for the next
three years.
MOSCOW.-A 15 years whaling con-
cession in Bering sea has been granted
the Norwegian fishing concern, Chis-
tensen.
..BOGOTA, Columbia.-The cabinet
collectively presented its resignation.
No reason was given.

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of the Big Ten schools.
Oosterbaan was chosen by Grantland
Rice for the "official" all-American
team this year, being selected for the
second consecutive time.
In his last performance of the yeas,
the Michigan star proved his ability
to follow the ball when he scooped
up a fumble by a Minnesota back and
raced 60 yards to a touchdown, thun
paving the way to a Wolverine victoiy.
An Irish open title tournament, to
be held for the first time next year at
Port Mornock, has been decided on by
the Irish Golfing union.-

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