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A sue- THE MICHIGAN DASMY

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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER, 27, t

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GABEL AND NYLAND ARE CHOSEN FOR
THIRD TEAM; BAER RATED
AHEAD OF HANSON
Michigan's trio of superlative stars, Capt. ?en Ooosterbaan, Ray leer,'
and Louis Gilbert, were again chosen for all-Conference honors yester(Iay,
this time by the dean of sports writers in the West, Walter Eckersall, while-
George Rich, captain-elect, was named second team fullback on the myth-
ical eleven. Minnesota was also rewarded with three players on the first
team, the Gopher leader, Herbert .Joesting, being further honored by the high
tribute of being named pilot of the honorary team.j

MICHIGAN MEN
GIVEN HONORS'
"B"enn i "'j"|el af 'olrue"I
Only ['maaaiinow. Chloice Of
Footb ' I"l"eiors
Now that the all-American experts
are busy again, and indeed some ol
the experts are of all-American cali-
bre, the first reputable selection is
offered by the United Press upon re-
commendations received by various
leading coaches, these including
Kuute Rockne, Lou Young, Arnold
Hllorween, C. W. Spears, and "'Chick"
i\ eehan.
Michigan's peerless captain, fen-
hie Oosterbaan, is given as his run-
ning mate at end the leader of the
undefeated and untied Georgia Bull-
Fogs, Shiver. It is said of Oosterbaan,
"IHe still stands without an equal
among the great ends of modern foot-

HIBBS AND DRURY OF TROJAN TEAM
CHOSEN FOR ALL-AMERICAN HONORS

PICK MISSOURI
VALLEY TEAM

ROCKNEY'S TEAM
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Cornhuskers Are 1{ew rtded
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FIRST TEAMj
L. E.-Oosterbaan, Michigan.
L. T.--Raskowski, Ohio Sstate
L. G.-Matthews, Chicago.I
Center-Rouse, Chicago.
R. G.--Baer, Michigan.j
R. T.-Nowack, Illinois.j
R. E.-Haycraft, Minnesota. j
Q. B.-Almquist, Minnesota.
L. H. B.-Gflbert, Michigan.
R. H. B.-Timn, Illinois.
F. B.-Joesting, Minnesota, (capt.)j
SECOND TEAMj
L. E.--Grange, Illinois.
L. T.-Binish, Wisconsin.
L. G.-Crane, Illinois.j
Center-Reitsch, Illinois (capt.)
R. G.-Hanson, Minnesota.I
R. T.-Nelson, Iowa.
R. T.-Tanner, Minnesota.j
Q. B.-Barnhart, Minnesota.
L. H. B.-Welch, Purdue.
F. B.-Rich, Michigan.
THIRD TEAM"
L. E.-Fisher, Northwestern. j
L. T.-Gary, Minnesota.j
4.G.-Weaver, Chicago.j
Center-McKinnon, Minnesota. j
R. G.-Ringwalt, Indiana.j
R. T.-Gable, Michigan.
R. E.-Nyland, Michigan.
Q. B.-Grim, Ohio State (capt.).
L. H. B.-Rose, Wisconsin.
R. H. B.-Nydahl, Minnesota.
F. B.-Koransky, Purdue.

'Gilbert, of Michigan, is selected at
halfback. This player was one of the
best punters in the country. His kicks
were well placed and many times put
I Michigan in scoring position. He car-
ried the ball well on off tackle slants
and did his share of the blocking and
played a strong deensive game.
"Timm, while not of the flashy type,

KANSAS CITY, Nov. 26-Nebraska
drew the lion's share of places on the Flanagan and Drury Are Oits anding
all-Missouri Valley team for 1927, se- Pbyers in 1iattle Before Huge
lected today by the A ssociated Prestes-iica g roV
after a tabulation of votes from Con-I
ference coaches, athletic directors, DRURY'S KICK BLOCKED
and sports writers.
The Scarlet Nebraska Cornhusker By Charles W. lIunkley
team, which lost only to Missouri in ssociated Press Sports Writer
the Conference, 7-6, placed four men
on the first eleven and two on the SOLDIERS' FIELD, CFICAGO,-No-
second team. Missouri drew second tre Dame defeated Southern California
place with three men on the first 7-6, here today repeating their one
team and two on the second. point triumph of a year ago,
First team: Roy Lecrone, Okla., E; , The battle was waged before 113,000
Randels, Neb., T; McMullen, Neb., G; spectators, the greatest throng that
Ayres, Ames, C; R. Miller, Mo., G; evemr witnessed a footbal game in
Norris, Okla., T; Brown, Mo., E: America, eclipsing the Army-Navy at-
Weiss, Ames, Q; Meahrle, Mo., H; tendance at the same field just a year
Presnell, Neb., H; Howell, Neb., F. ago today.
Second team: Fleck, Kas. Ag., E; Both teams scored in the first period,
Lucas, Mo., T; Holm, Neb., G; James, via the aerial route, after sensational
Neb., C; Fischer, Ames, G; Smith, open field running and terrific line
Mo., T; Hauser, Kas. E; Haskins, smashing. Capt. Morley Drury, of the
Okla., Q; Lindbloom, Ames, H; Holz Trojans, tossed a pass to Saunders
singer, Kas. Ag., H; Miller, Ames, F. (Continued on page seven)

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was in every game doing his hit in hall. His choice was unanimous,' in- l...:..G... i .1
every play. cidentally the only unanimous choice Morley Drury
"Joesting, although a marked man of the entire mythical team.
in every game, did more than his Ilanson Ahead of Baer ETERANS FORM NUCLEUS
share of the ground gaining, knows Baer is placed at guard on the sec- O' HAWKEYE CAGE TEAM
football rules, and his general play ond team, while Louis Gilbert, the _
was an inspiration to his players all the country's greatest punter, is rel- (Secia1 to The Daily)
season." egated to third --am quarterback.{ IOWA CITY, Ia., Nov. 26.-A vet-
Oosterbaan receives high tribute Hnson, of Minneota. and Capt. OA CIT, Ia., aN 2A vet-
from the pen of the Chicago Tribune Smith, of Notre Dame, are ranked eran forward, center, and an athlete
football expert. l ahead of the Wolverine guard who converted into a running guard, are
"Oosterbaan is plaed at end, a posi- was ranked far ahead of the Gopher forming the core of the University of
tion which he rightfully deserves. in the caucus of the Big Ten coach- Iowa basketball team now being fash-
There is little about wing play which es. ioned by Coach Justin M. (Sam) Barry.
this player does not know. As a for- Flanagan, sensational Notre Dame C,
ward pass receiver there is none bet- Iback, is given rating on the first team Captain Forrest Twogood, a strong
ter in' the country." not only for his running prowess, but forward who is entering his junior
At this point Eckersall discusses the for his capability as an interference year; Francis Wilcox, chosen as see-
catch made by Oosterbaan in the early man. Welch, Pittsburgh captain of ond all-Western center last season;
minutes of the Minnesota game, stat- the team which has only the score- and Lawrence :Harrison, forward on
ing that the catch was phenomenal, less tie with Washington and sGeffer-eo
this although to most Wolverine fansistette-ng
it looked one of the easiest of all ever placed at halfback along with the letter men.
snared by Captain Oosterbaan. Eck- South Bend representative. stridenow, has stepped out in fullcontest
ersall also pays high tribute to the \Charleswotl Is Center , with the opening
reversible Oosterbaan-Gilbert combin- Drury, Southern California, and with Knox collegeaDec. 5 less than
ation. Joesting, Minnesota, won their posi- Ito-wee ntgandswith .otnt
In honoring Rich as' a second team tions at quarterback and fullback - Dame and Pittsburgh looming before
fullback, undoubtedly the famous "handls down," it is stated. isthmloomingabefor
writer bore in mind the 1928 leader's Ciarlesworth, center of the rock- C Bayw is starting his
magnificent offensive play in the Chi- ribbed Yale line which enjoyed mar- Coah a ry ho is tring his
cag, Ilinisami Nay cntetsbutvelous success after being upset care~ sixth season at Iowa, is training Doyal
cago, Illinois, and Navy contests, but vl s sc a iiuste Plunkitt, a rugged sophomore from
ly in the year by Georgia, is givrggdeophmoehro
more so did lie recall the even better pyhgsh thsFranifort, Ind., and Fred Lawson, a
brand of defensive work performed by ie stars minor letter man with two
Rih hmeprs vrsosgetRouse, of Chicago, ranked on the nlo etrna ihto years ex-
RithrdhteamxpamidBettrnsoursgofat perience, to play opposite Captain
promise of becoming one of the game's Mrystriu hant er Cliforni, Twogood.
greatest defensive players. A sophomore, Robert Kinnan of
The dropping of Hanson, Minnesota, not even mentioned, are aparently Clinton, is teaming with ITarrison as
to second team guard aroused no little overlooked in favor of McReedy, oasnrs
comment. Hanson has received first Stanford.n includeG. E. Johnstone, Boone; J. A.
team choice on several all-American The only othermenber of the Kunau, Clinton; C. F. Lauer, il-1
selections, but it is commonly agreed WesternConferencehonor Dart,
sunan1mette, Ill.; and V. David, Osklaoosa,

Jess Hibbs
MINNESOTA WILL PLACE
BROWN JUG ON DISPLAY
(Special to The Daily)
MINEAPOLIS, Nov. 26.-The "Mun-
son Cup," or Little Brown Jug, famous
trophy of the Minnesota-Michigan
football game, won this year by Min-
nesota for the first time since 1919,
will be placed in the Minnesota Union,
men's building on the University
campus, where all and sundry may
see the most famous "cup" in Western
Conference football tradition.
Oscar Munson, custodian of equip-
ment and "donor" of the cup, which
he pilfered from Michigan in 1903,
thereby takes rank with Secretary of
War Dwight Davis, donor of the Davis
Cup for international tennis competi-
tion, and other famous patrons of
athletics.
The Munson Cup will not be placed
in the trophy case until the score of
the 1927 game has been engraved
upon it with bright paint.
Some special arrangement to safe-
guard the priceless trophy will be
made, according to Minton Anderson,
manager of the Union building. As a
notable example of American porce-
lain of the "Bing" period, it is too val-
uable to go unwatched.

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Eckersall's selections departed rad-
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general nature, especially. in the drop-
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from first to third team, in the placing
of Matthews, Indiana guard, on the.
first team, and in the failure to consid-
er Wilcox and Lewis, injured Purdue
and Northwestern backs. 4nother as-
tounding omission was that of "Toad"
Crofoot, Wisconsin quarterback who'
was almost unanimously selected by
the Conference Coaches for first team
quarter.
In the preface to his selections Eck-
ersall pays high tribute to the team
play of the Illinois and Gopher squads,
noting the absence of outstanding
stars on the Illinois eleven and then
proceeding to name Nowack and
Timm, Illini line and backfield lum-
inaries, on his first team. Reitsch,
Indian pivot man, is relegated to sec-
ond team along with Crane and
Grange, the three forming one whole
side of the second team line.
In making his backfield choices
i@ckersall states: "Shorty Almquist,
fiery Minnesota quarterback, is named
at that position and given the added
responsibility of running the team.

Richard Black of Pekin, Ill., has
been elected Dartmouth football cap-
tain for 1928.

that in no sense did he outplay the I i gurd. Fstrn, a isiae a sthirdae
steady Wolverine, Baer, whom the BigI guard. First and second team s
Ten coaches stated to be the out- t ins follow:
standing guard of the Conference. I Fir'st team: Oosterbaan, Mich.,
Hibbs, S., Cal., T'; Smith, Notre Da
Matthews, Indiana line ace chosen I; Charlesworth, Yale, C; Han
to replace Hanson, was selected be- Min., G; Hake, Penn., T; SIh
ause of his great pliy against Captain f oMin , ; Drke, P .C., Q; W
Smih o Nore ameandHanon Georgia, Ii; Drury, S. Cal., Q; We'
Smith of Notre Dame and Hanson in Pitts., H; Flanagan, Notre Da
Notre Dame and Minnesota games. H; Joesting, Minn., F.
ALMA-Alma and' Petoskey high CHAMPAIGN Butch Nowack
schools claim the championship for been selected to captain the 1928

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