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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1927
ALL -TINE MICHIGAN MihgnIute
Face Strong Fives,
GR TEAMS CHOSEN In Remaining Games

THE MICHIGAN ' AILY

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Trevor, New York Daly Sun, Names
.rIediman And Oosterbaan
.On First Eleven
SELECTS F UR OUTFITS

"I am satis ied with the showing of
the te:in ihus far, but the Conference
schedu eis far from completed and
there is a hard series of games ahead,"
said Coach Edwin J. Mather, in com-
nenting on the Big Ten basketball

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Two members of the 1926 Wolverine rac yeerday.
football team, Capt. Benny Freidman, ° hl teams howed well in the first
and Capt.-elect Benny Oosterbaan, five minutes of play against Minnesota
were named for the first team on thef
all-time ,Michigan eleven selected by Monday, but then slowed down to the
George Trevor of the New York Daily pace which the Gophers were setting,
Sun. and seemed content to just ride along.
Four other stars of years recent After the rest period, however, there
enough to be recalled by many stu- were occasional spurts of good play-
dents still in the University were ing while the defense proved especial-
mentioned Vfor honors on the first and ly strong, Minnesota being unable to I
second team. Harry Kipke, halfback, score even a single point until the
and "Butch" Slaughter, guard, are the last seven minutes of the game.
men, who (have gained firs recogni- "McCoy playe an exceptional game
tion, while Bob Brown, capain of the while Harrigan gain found the Min-
1925 squad, was named as second nesota team a jinx, and did not show
team. center, and Tom Edwards, his
teammate,,tas second team tackle, so well. The other Wolverine players
temmatthe sonttndg team tae all were good in streaks, but weaken-!
Of all tihe outstanding men named,edithcligmnuswenhe
"Ieston was the greatest," Trevor ed in the closing minutes when the
said, "an :unstoppable halfback, who game wvs3 practically clinched.
had all of Coy's power, plus even "However the championship is far
greater speed, and the knee action of from decided. Illinois will be strength-
an Olympic sprinter. Heston scored ened by several new additions after
more than 100 touchdowns, a feat this semester ends. Purdue has been
nevein, equaled." coming fast, and Indiana, although
BUt ieston was not the only re- weakened by the loss of Winston, is
markable layer. Kipke, the demon still to be considered as one of the
kickei Veaeeded in marking his name leading'contenders. All the teams left
as a permanent remembrance in Mich, in the fight are fairly well balanced,
igan football history. In addition to and the result still hangs in th bal-
his ability as a punter, "Kip" was aa
triple threat man of the highest or- ance.
der, his passes to Kirk proving deadly, The Wolverines will have a long
and his speed looming as a continual layoff' now, the next game being
threat to the opposition. scheduled for Feb. 12 at Pittsburgh.
The selection of the other halfback The Conference season will be re-
proved a great puzzle. Craig and opened with the Purdue game Feb. 15
Maulbetsch stand out as the two at Lafayette.I
greatest, but the former was given the!
verdict because of his all-around abil-
ity, the latter having starred as a COBB-SPEAKER
plunging terror only. DECREE DELAYED
"To choose between Benny Fried- DE
man and 'Boss' Weeks was practical-
ly an impossibility," Trevors contin- aNdeTisiSpeakeaseliveredCon-
ued. "Weeks was without a doubt the and Tris Speaker was delivered Mon
greatest quarterback ever seen for day althoigh both former players and
inspiration fight and aggressiveness, their attorneys were in Chicago eager-
while Friedman is one of the coolest ly awaiting the promised judgment.
and most collected men ever seen on With the Johnson-Landis problem set-
a gridiron," and on this basis the lat- tied for the present, the vindication or
ter Is given a slight edge, when his ostracism of the two managers is the
forward passing ability, unknown in f center of baseball interest. Commis-
Weeks' days, is taken into considera- sioner Landis issued a statement from
tion. his office that the decision would be
In the line, "'Germany' Schultz is given out "in a few days."
the nonpareil of all centers," Trevors Followers of the players are confi-
believes, towering above ordinary dent that the charges against the men
players like a Collosus, and being the will be removed. Just why the com-
Inos f fur lineman ever seen on missioner did not allow the question to
a football field. Benbrook and Slaug- be answered is an item of speculation
ter, guards, Curtis and Maddock tact- in the sporting world, claims being
les, and Snow and Oosterbaan' ends, advanced that the decision was type-
have also marked their names per written several days ago and placed
mane'ntsy ° -"world football heroes." in sealed envelopes preparatory for
First Team delivery.
Center Schultz; guards, Benbrook, James Murfin and William Boyd,
Slaughter, tackles, Curtis, Maddock; lawyers handling the defense of the i
ends, snow, Oosterbaan; quarterback, players have given their charges def-1
Friewal; backs, Heston, Kipke, nite orders to refrain from giving out
Craig. "any statements to the press or other-
Second Team wise. The attorneys carefully evaded
Cente# Brown; guards, Almendin- all questionings. It could not be
ger, 5&hulte; tackles, Goetz, Edwards; learned if they had made a threat di-!
ends, Kirk, Redden; quarterback, rectly to bring the case before a fed- =
Week; backs Allerdice, T. Hammond, eral court if the commissioner's ver.-
Mauldi'sch. dict was not in their favor.
- Third Team Johnson was in his office Monday
CenTr, Vick; guards, Graham, Mc- Jbut could not be reached by anyone*
Gugip" tackles, Pontius Hawkins; for an interview. His doctor has or-
ends, Goebel, Wells; quarterback, dered him to enter a sanitarium im-
UteLi backs, Longman Steketee, mediately but whether his plans will
Magidlb hn. conform with this order is unknown.
N, Fourth Team He appeared to be in good spirits.
Center, Blott; guards, Patterson, Both Speaker and Cobb are expect-
Lovee tackles, Wieman, Muirhead; ed to receive several offers to sign up,
ends "Mora, J. Garrells; quarterback, with major and minor leagues. Amer- I
J. B d; backs, Steger, Cappon, P. ican league presidents are especially
Smit anxious to keep them within their
;honorable Mention former circuit. Speaker has stated!
Ce r Cornwall, Cunningham; that he is ready to return to the game.
guao A. Smith, Carter, Steele, Trap- Positions either at New York or De-
hage, Dunne, Gregory, Dewey, Ga- troit will undoubtedly be tendered
bel; Lackle, White, Casey, Steckle, him. Cobb, however, has definitely
Baerj end, Sweeley, H. Hammond stated he has retired from the gamef
Redn qld, Borleski; quarterback, Hug- and is planning a tour of Europe with
hitt, MtcMillan, Sparks, Norcross; a prolonged stay in France.
backs .Herrnstein, Teetzell, Thomp-I
son,, j xWidman, McLean, Graver, Subscribe for the Michigan Daily.

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CONTRACT RATES
Special standardized rates given (n applica- s(0eblock south of Lawclub).
j ton.l 'Dial 21777. 87-88-89
LOST ;WANTED-Student girl to work for
room and board. Dial 5787. 88-,1
LOST-Three months old white Col-
lie. White markings on ear and eye. ANTED STUDENTS to know tha
Call 5530. 1101 Olivia. 89 Sam pays from $ to $23 for old
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LOST-Brown hat. Lost in M. C. 121 E. ANN DIAL 430e
station Saturday night. Call Col-. tf
lins, 3224. 89 WANTED--Student girl to work for
LOST-Sterling silver linked bracelet room and board. Ph. 21588.
set with onyx. Lost on East Uni- 86-87-88-89-90-91
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LOST-A right hand, brown, furlined NOTICE
glove in front of field house. Martha NOTICE-4
Chry. Dial 5821. 89-90 Stoddard hair Shop has given excel-
lenit service for 17 years. A visit
FOR SALE will convince you of our efficiency,
709 N. University. tues-thur-sat
FOR SALE-Fashion Park tux, size
37, exceldent condition, very reason-I NOTIC1
able, phone 8758. , 89-90-91 Students' Save Money! Buy a used
typewriter and type your own thesis,
FOR SALE Phone Landis 3489. wed-thur-sat-tus
All makes for sale or rent. Excellent
machines at reasonable prices. NOTICE
Prompt repairing b experienced Excellent typing, Heading, no charge.
workmen. Courteous service. Aulta ;We can give you clean, correct work
Brand Ribbons and Carbons. Rider's on short notice. Corrections in
Pen Shop, 315 State Street! spelling and puncitation. All work
sun-tues-thurs-tf guaranteed. Rider's Pen Shop, 3f5
FOR SALE-J-Hop ticket, Marks 6581. State St.
. 1 88-89-90 1NOTICE
. The Best in Photo frames at the low-
FOR SALE-Three formal dresses in est prices. All styles, swing, swivel,
good condition, 10 to 15 ,dollars. Call etc. Leather frames. J. B. Laun-
6688 evenings. 88-89-90 ders, 306 S. State.

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tained anywhere. O. D. MORRILL,
17 Nickels Arcade. Authorized deal-
er: Phone 6615, L. C. Smith & Cor-
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FOR -RENT
FOR RENT-51G Cheever Court, large,
clean, front suite, behind Mich. Un-
ion. Phone 7073. 89-90-91,
FOR RENT-Nice room in pmivate
home for girl. Phone 6970. 89-90
FOR RENT-Single room, for men.
425 So. Division. Phone 22352.
89-9 0-91
FOR RENT--Room and suite at rea-
sonable rates. Good house, 628
Packard. 89-90-91-92-93
FOR RENT-One single and one large
room for two, near Law club. 517
E. Madison. 89-90-91-92-93
FOR RENT-Nice clean single room
in new house, new furniture. Phone
4720. 89-90-91
FOR RENT-Furnished bungalo y,
large living room with fire place,
dining room, kitchen, breakfast
nook, two or three bed rooms, very
complete. Dial 8778. 89-90-91
FOR RENT-Single room, reasonable.
520 Cheever Court. Phone 8356.
88-89-90
FOR RENT-In modern house. Room
and sleeping porch, also double front
room. Price reasonable. No other
students in house. 1117 Forest Ave.
Phone 3909. 88-89-90

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NOTICE
Hear Fritz Kreisler's new Orthophonic
Victor Records. Exclusive Victor
artists. Schaeberle & Son Music
House, 110 So. Main. tf
NOTICE
Special Bargains on new and used in-
struments. Schaeberle & Son Mu-
sic House. tf
Trojanowski's Barber Shop 'has sat-
isfied Students for 40 years.
sun-wed-fri
NOTICE-Swift Drug Store for Sheaf-
fer, Conklin, Moore and Wahl pens.
We do fquntain pen repairing.
wed-fri-sun
SUITS AND OVERCOATS-Very reas-
'onable prices, tailored or' ready-
made. We have a wonderful vari-
ety of patterit'. Repairing also a
specialty. beautiful fabrics for your
winter overcoat.
WILD THE TAYLOR
109 E. Washington
Phone 5069
c Wed-Fri-Sat
NOTICE-35c Lunch, finest Chinese
and American menus including
soup, desert and drinks 35c. Varsity
Inn, 512 Williams Street.
88-89-90-91-92-93
DANCING
Academie Francaise de Danse, Madam
Calliope Charisse, de l'Opera de
Paris. Toe dance and ballroom
dancing. Cours Hygienique pour
Dames. Studio 1054 S. Main street.
For information call 7997.
88-89-90-91-92-93
NOTICE-The Steinway Artist Piano
Tuner: Dial 6776. Victor Allmen-
dinger exclusive piano tuner for
Univ. School of Music. Not with
any music house.
87-88-89-90-91-92-93
TYPEWRITING and Memeograph-
Ing promptly and neatly done
by experienced operators at mod-
erate rates. Theses and college
work a specialty for 8 years. 0.
D. Morrill, 17 Nickels Arcade. The
Typwriter and Stationery Storp. tf
NOTICE-Typing, thesis neatly and
quickly typed at popular prices.
Phone 7345. tf
ANN ARBOR CARPET Cleaning
Works. Rugs Shampooed. Phone
6513. daly-tt
TO SEE best of 50 lines clothing drop
card to 1103 E. Washington. Phone
6365 evenings. $22 to $30. tf
TYPEWRITER RIBBONS AND
CARBONS
Our rapid turnover Insures a fresh
stock and you securethe best qual-
ity at a moderate price. 0. D. MOR-
RILL, 17 Nickels Arcade, Phone
6615. Dealer: L. C. Smith & Corona
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F double room for men. Rent reason-
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FOR RENT-A single room for rent.
Boys. -Phone 6623. 88-89-90-91-92-93
I FOR RENT-Desirable front suite.
Light, warm, plenty hot water. 529
Walnut St. 88-89-90
FOR RENT-Rooms at Fletcher Hall
for men. $3.60 a week. Fireproof
building, shower baths, hot and
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nicely furnished. Rentsreasonable.
213 North Thayer. Phone 3229.
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in fine home. Five blocks from
campus 208 -No. Division. Dial
6521. 87-88-89

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