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BILLY EVANS SELECTSLEADSSOUTHERN
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Assisted by 100 of the leading foot-
ball experts in the country, including
coaches, officials, and newspaper men,
Billy Evans, well-known sports critic,
has named three all-American teams
for 197. Eight different schools are
represented on his first selection,
Notre Dame, Yale, and Pittsburgh
each placing three men on this team.
The Middle West, with five selec-
tions leads the various sections of the
country in this respect, four are from
the East, and one each from the South
and the Pacific coast. The East pre-
dominates on the second team with
seven places, the Middle West is given,
three, and the Pacific coast one.
Oosterbaan Is Chosen.
Captain Benny Oosterbaan of Michi-
gan was placedl at left end by Evans
on his first team, while two other
Wolverines, Baer and Gilbert are also
cited for their excellent work during
the past season. Baer is placed at
right guard on the second eleven,'
while Gilbert is named right half on
the third team.
The first team selected by Billy
Evans differs from that of Grantland
Rice in several marked respects.
Evans selects Kern of Pittsburgh for
one tackle position, while Rice names
Smith of Pennsylvania. Rice also
placed Crane of Illinois at one of the
guards, while Evans does not give him
a place on any of his three teams.
Rice's choice of Nash of Georgia in-
stead of Shiver his teammate as the
end opposite Oosterbaan is the only
other difference in the two lines. Rice
places Cagle of Army, while Evans
names Flanagan of Notre Dame, at
the left halfback post.
Shiver Paired With Wolverine.
On his first team Evans places Oos-
terbaan of Michigan and Shiver of
Georgia at the ends, Kern of Pitts-
burgh and Raskowski of Ohio State at
the tackles, Webster of Yale and Smith
of Notre Dame at the guards, and
Charlesworth of Yale at center. Drury
of Southern California is chosen as
quarterback, Welch of Pittsburgh and
Flanagan of Notre Dame at the halves,
and Joesting of Minnesota at full-
back.
Evans' second eleven is made up of
Scott of Yale and Born of Army atf
the ends, Hibbs of Southern California
and Perry of Army at the tackles,
Hanson of Minnesota and Baer of
Michigan at the guards and Betten-
court at quarter, Presnell of Nebras-
ka and Marsters of Dartmouth at the
halves and Miles of Princeton at full.

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rota at center and failing even to
mention Charlesworth of Yale,
Costello came as close to creating
a sensation as one possibly could.
McMullen of Nebraska, guard
and Sprague, tackle on the Times
first team were not given such po-
sitions on any other team we have
seen. Hibbs at tackle is a more
popular choice as is Webster, Yale
captain,
Oosterbaan and Nash are popular
end choices at end, corresponding
with those of Rice. Oosterbaan was
also named by Billy' Evans but Shiver
displaces Nash at the other flank.
In leaving Raskowski off all

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campus handball singles tournament, marked (I", E'Eanxious to makl(,ieenection
, tEtcle; iy' inciently winning the title. Juiiar marked.degrec.of suni arAty between with students for the purpose of
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Plieb, 1'iltsluirgli , lia nk; dr(,,(( xsopnrtt hfrtIdividuals 01r groups.)5but occasionally, sligl C nuac;s attr.
game 21-13, lost the second match 10- 'lal r rIt ' s : agents. Wo are offering a great op-
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ee rete EA -A - 21,and decisively won the finaljgame udgment or for some oth eason, further information apply in writ
By virtue of a over Sigma some critic or more often some publi- ing to Peoples Life Insurance Cin-
Allliy vii, lfhi victory Kappa Xii cationi sees fit to name a team that is pany, 2116 First National L ank
Alpha Mu, Phi Lambda Kappa won eire y infit*dualistic in tsmiAkiseu nyBuilding. 16Detroit, rttoMichigan.~u
ae halfback, one end, one tackle, the right to meet Phi Beta Delta in the en-t vialittsm ep;BulnDtoMcia
one guard are more. or less in dis- finals of interfraternity handball for and at variance with most of the 63, , >,
However, it might be said that the fraternity championship title. The other choices.
mostof he arius on-NOTICE-Bc sure andl visit this most
dsueaeniscnietoteAlthough modern ndfefficentrioua Cleanin
dispute at en: is confined to the final tilt will be played the first part rce critics, as well as nearly il1 modern and efficient Hat Cleaning
lry of Nash and Shiver, Georgia of next week. In a hard fought match, TeiicsTeaspwellcasinsalulld nd Shoe Shing Parlor. Michigan
mates. Rice's coin said heads yesterday, Phi Lambda Kappa nosed of the Big Ten publications named 'heatre Bldg. 539 E. Liberty.
n it lit-Lhence Nash; Evan's said out their opponents by a 2-1 score. onlymone i ae n theTues.,Thurs.,Sat.
-hence Shiver! Should Phi Beta Delta wvin the final team, if they named ally at all. the -
selection made by The Daily Illini, NOTICE-We deliver between the
match, it will mark two consecutive Illin ois student -paper, includes no hours of 9:30 and 11:30 p m. Prompt
Evans solves the tackle prob- titles, they having won the fraternity less than five Indian players. While Delivery. Barbecue Inn. Phone 4481.
im in a striking way with Kern title last year. the Illinois team may be recognized as t'J '
Pittsburgh. HIBBS AND one of the greatest in the West, it
AKE OF U.S.C. AND PENN, drops to third team with Evans takes a lot of nerve to name ore thanL
ESPECTIVELY, WERE IN OUR who elevates Flanagan. Both are one of its members for this honor. BRAND NEW dark blue suit. From
PINION THE BEST TACKLES dubious and far from unanimous. The Daily Illini places Oosterbaan Burberry's, London. Size 38. Must
XCEPTING RASKOWSKI, OF Presnell of Nebraska, Connor of of Michigan at left end, Raskowski of sell cheap. Call Wenger 5517.
OURSE. Rice took Hake's team- New York U, Scull of Penn, and Ohio State at left tackle, and Baer of 63, 64, 65
ate Smith for his other guard. Wittmer or Princeton are as great Michigan at left guard. The four re-
as any backs candidates for the I maining linemen are Illinois players, WANTED
rane, Rice's man, and We'bster, fourth place. Reitsch at center, Crane at guard, WANTED-Four men who would like
ns' choice, are not favorites by any Nowack at tackle, and Grange at end. to earn some extra money. See Jack
us. Hanson of Minnesota, Me- IN OUR OPINION, ONE WILL Timm, another Illini, is placed at Strong today, University Shops,
len of Nebraska, Baer and many LOOK A LONG WHILE BEFORE halfback in the backfield, with Alm- Michigan Theatre Bldg.
rs were fully as outstanding. FINDING ANY BACK BETTER THAN qdist and Joesting of Minnesota and
MARSTERS, DARTMOUTH SOPHO-IWelch of Purdue. IWASHINGS WANTED-Work expert-
Cagle, Rice's choice at half MORE SENSATION. -RAY A. HOPE. - ly done. Laundered when you want

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Morley Drury.
Captain and quarterback of thef
University of Southern California
football eleven, who will lead his team
against the University of Washington
in one of the important battles on to-
day's grid schedule. Drury has been
named on the all-American team by
Grantland Rice, as well as by Billy
Evans.
ENTRIES ARE TAKEN FOR'
UNION CHESS TOURNAMENT
Entries are now being taken for the
Union chess and checker tournament
at the main desk in the Union. De-
cember 6 will be the last day that ap-
plications will be accepted.
Prizes will be awarded to the win-
ners in both tournaments. An added
attraction will be the presence of
Mike Treber, chess champion of Ohio
who while blindfolded will play the
winner of the chess tournament. Mr.
Treber will also engage in several
other exhibition matches.
At present there are few entries in
the chess matches and only 14 in
checker and it is urged that all those
interested sign up at once.
URBANA-University of Illinois
basketball team will journey 4,200
miles to dedicate the new Washington
university 'field house during Christ-
mas vacation.
Matthews of Texas Christian and
Nash of Georgia are the third team
ends. Douds of Washington and Jef-
ferson and Hake of Pennsylvania are
the tackles, Wright of Washington and
Sprott of Texas Aggies the guards,
and Reitsch of Illinois the center on
this team. Mann of S.M.U. is quarter-
back, Hunt of Texas Aggies and Gil-
bert of Michigan the halves, and
Amos of Washington and Jefferson the
fullback of his third choice.

three of his teams Costello failed
to recognize a man who has been
universially acclaimed the best
tackle in the West.
Flanagan and Gilbert, Costello's
halfback choices, may meet with no
little disproval, but far worse all-
American selections have been made
in the last day or two. Both are
,great playersdof the most versatile
type.

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name Donald Ring on it. Phone
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LOST-Black leather grained; travel-
ing bag, after Minnesota game, near
Chi Omega, at Washtenaw. Box 15.
Reward. 62, 63, 64, 65
LOST-Jeweled fraternity pin, Alpha
Chi Sigma, and guard. Please phone
3479. _63, 64, 65
LOST-Small old-fashioned gold
brooch, with black center, Thurs-
day 'evening. Reward. Call 3105
mornings. 64
LOST-Parker pen and pencil, with
name, Howard G. Brown engraved
on, them. Finder call 4978 or bring
to 1819 Hill. Reward. 64, 65, 66
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.SUNDAY

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Wasbington Sts.
Arthur W. Stalker, D.D., Minister
Parley C. Binghatm, Assistant
Minister :.nd Student Director
10:30-Communion Service.
"Happenings at Calvary."
12:00-Debate: Chester Bennett vs.
Roy H. Callahan. Everybody
out!
6:00-Wesleyan Guild lead by
Walter North of the Presby-
terian Guild.
7:30-"A Lost Virtue."
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
Sidtey S. Robins, Minister
Decenber 4, 17
(Morning survice this Sunday
omitted for vcespicr service)
4:30 p. m.-Vesper Service. "Faith
and Credulity."
5:45-Candlelight Supper.
6:45-Professor Arthur B. Moehl-
man, "Social Reproduction."
HILLEL FOUNDATION
61 L. Univcrlty Dial 3779

For

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
It. Edward Sayles, Minister
Rev. Howard Chapman,
Minister for Students.
10:X45-"The Victory of Faith."
Sermon by Mr. Sayles.
12:00-The Church Bible School.
12:00-Student group meets at
Guild House. Ethics of Jesus,
by Mr. Chapman.
5:30-Friendship Hour at Guild
House. Refreshments.
6 :30.-Special program with Rev.
Paul E. Alden, of New York,
as guest and speaker.
FIRST CHURCH OF
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 South Division Street
10:30 a. m. - Regular Morning
Service: "God, the Only Cause
and Creator:"
11:45 a.m.-Sunday School follow-
ing the morning service.
7:45 p.m.-Wednesday evening tes-
timonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11
State Saving Bank Building is open
daily from 12 to 5 o'clock, except
Sundays and legal Holidays.
ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
9:00 a. m.-Bible Study.

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Merle H. Anderson, Minister
Dale H. Moore, Associate.
Mrs. Nellie B. Cadwell
Secretary for Women.
9:30-Church School. Student
Class led by Prof. Running.
10:45-Morning Worship. Serm9n
on "Dreaing the Alabaste
Box:'
12:00-Student Class led by Prof.
Howard McClusky.
5:30-Social Hour and Supper.
6:30-Young People's Society.
Subject: "Has Immortality a
Sound Foundation!" led by
Ernest Hildner.
BETHLEHEM

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EVANGELICAL CHUR
(Evangelical Synod of N. A
Fourth Ave., between Pack
and Williams
G. A. Neumann, Minister
10:00-Regular morning se
Rev. Neuman will speak.
11:00-German service and
Communion.
6:30-Young People's Hour.

CONOREGATIONAL
Dr. Carl S.RPatton, InIster.
Sunday
9:30-Sunday School.
10:45-Morning Worship. Sermon
by Dr. Carl S. Patton. "The
Horizon.
5:30-Fellowship supper followed
by discussion led by Mr. Eric
Thomsen. All students are in-
vited.

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ST. ANDREW'S
(EPISCOPAL) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Rev. Henry Lewis, Rector
Thomas L. Harris, Assistant
Second Sunday In Advent
8:00 a. m.-Holy Communion (the
Church).
9:30 a. m.--Holy Communion Ser-
vice for Students (Harris Hall)
11:00 a. m.-Holy Communion and
Sermon by the Rev. Henry
Lewis.
6:00 p. m.-Student Supper and
Meeting.
8:00 p. m.--Evening Service.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Huron
C. A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage: 420 West Liberty
December 4.

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CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Hill and Tappan
Rev. Frederick Cowin

Sunday, Dec. 4, 1927
Y4 :00 p.m.-m-S(rvices at Lane Hall.

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