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M'ANCOMES BC TO MAJORS ;rn~A~ff~'n OOSTERBAAN IS UNANIMOUS CHOICE1
TO SERVE AS JUDGE'S UNDERSTU DY HTTrn Wfl k N OF COACHES FOR MYTHICAL TEAM PRI ON, SIC BREEN
::....i L CHICAGO, March 1,--Sx of the T [ fh~ IL
~ ~ -~. i:.*>~ , ~Wetern Conference basket ball stars
'e r :x. ' we", "' s .''Fy'"'" r'e vi' rtually unanimous selections of ( ~c~tdPes
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.....'.....,.,.. . . ,ve ne-mliers oft the YIwhgan
1 ' l<t titrst 1g .f tekin 1tVe bhe'nat arded
rr r 7 .f the Varsity letter fov tll' Ar NwolA on1
r fl:: ~the =miat tfil, 0sea)11 ac ,.". zng to anl
- **.* a niouiconei'Imalde ))v r' ach CliffordI
wt :" ,,,f :::::: ::.r Keen yes.'Ite'day a fternoon.
" gour lettermoen from last year's 1 1'- I
sity mat teami are includied in tlie nal.-
.....: r:;" r ."..: ")-::.receiving M s,' .id One, It1;rssE._l
Bae'', is receiving his third letter inI
. u ! Solomzon, M4ichigani's stellar 125!
pounder Wh"o has beeni defeated only
on1cein h two seasons of wrests-
'1 " wil ee is seconi 'Al. The
>: } j WbIl 001 ifle star is recognizedl as one of
the leading 125 pounders in Big Ten
tA^' C'C'/i/ ,circles. lgt 1sa h d
Watson, ih:wih sa h d
(led to his list of victories for the sea-j
the~~~~~ ~ Wahntncu eprrl son by winning the Conference 135I
;e at first base in the event that mis- pound title last Saturday, will also me-
Emmet McCann climbs into a big; eeive his second letter in this sport.
understudy role. McCann wiled Trhe only one of, the five letter win-
Make the grade, but Manager Bucky ners this year, who is not a veteran
- from the 1526 teamn, is Sauer, wvelter-
_ -_.. Iweight Conference champion.
Capta n Donaihoe, Mlichigan's 158j
COFF OT WIN ER poundl star who won the Big Ten title
for -the second consecutive time, is
5HIjP PED1" TO EASTI the fourth member of the 1926 team

eCne honors, in a summary of selec- NEW YORK{, March 11.-Arranige-
toscompiled tonight by the Asso- : ments were under way today for a
ciatedI Press. ' play-off of the tie between Dart-
Bonnie Oosterbaan, Michigan's mouth and Princeton for the Eastern
noted forward pass receiver, and Intercollegiate league basketball
S"Pug " Daughterity, Illinois' captain, championship. The match may take
Iwere the outstanding choices for first place on the neutral Columbia floor
team forwards. in New York next Saturday.
alComnrneete.voeas of Purdue was favorite for Pr1iniceton tied for top honors by de-
all-onfrene cnte. I voes s afeating Pennslyvania by a lone point
guard, Hunt was ahead of Harrigan. Saturday night in Princeton's final
First Team. Second Team. scheduled game. Dartmouth finished
Oosterbaan, Mich RF... Beckner, Ind.Ithe schedule a. week, earlier with a
IDaugherity, Ill .LF.. Kruger, Nnd.Irecord of seven victories in the ten
Cummins, Purdue C. . .. Wilcox, ow contests.
Hunt, Ohio State. RG. .Hamrigan, Mich. The defeat pushed Penn into a third
{McConnell, Iowa L... Barnuni, Wis. place tie with Columbia.

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The passing of Harris left
without a bet to replace Joe Judge
fortune overtake Joseph. Now1
league uniform again to fill the
twice, at other infield berths, to mi
Harris believes hie can p~lay first.
tense around the goal."I
Jones, Michigan captain and .star

goal tender, is the unquestioned choice a;to -,vi
for all-Conference honors in a Aseason l(fly Associated Press) Am+
where all the goalies have been of a SAN DIEGO, Cal., March 14.- Sir i Rubin
calibre much above the average. "His I Harry, powerful three-year-old Sea- Nagel
work all year has seldom shown any gram stable product which won the Finle3
wgak points in his goal guarding. le eighth renewal of the Coffroth Nandi- l1cr,
has been a great source of inspira- cap at Ilia Juana yesterday, struck out I louII(
tion to the Michigan team and has I for mnore honors today. heavy
kept his teammates free from worry! The -winner, which brought his! weigh
as to the shots at the goals." owners $84,400, lhe richest all-age 1____
j Roach Receives InjuryC stake on the continent, was made
Roach, who was injured early in 'ready for a cross country trip and
the season's play, would have un- w VIll join the Seagram stable in Balti-i
doubtedly received honorable mention I more. Sir Harry is expected to enter;.
had he not been out of the lineup the for the P'reakness handicap and then
greater part of the season. Barring to bec taken to Saratoga. le also willi
accidents, he should be an important' run in the principal races in Canada,1
factor in the team play next year.I his home.

In a let ter this year.
ong the men receiving aMa's are
n and Kailes featherweights,
lkirk and IHardlin, 125 pounders,,
y, light: weight, Warren and Mil-
welter weights, Soutiworth, 1581
der, Prest on and Rich, light
ywei ghts, and Prescott, heavy-
lit.

Ben o sterotii
Wolverine forward, who finished
third in the individual Big Ten scor-
ing standIing this season. Only a poor
finish in the final game of the season,
in which lie was held to a lone basket
by the strong Iowa defense, kept im
from the lead.
Cumimins, Purdue, and Hunt, Ohio
State, were the two men who placed
ahead of Oosterbaan.
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