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PACE SIX

.THE MICHIGAN DAILY'

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1927

COMPLETE

1928

WOLVERINE

FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

MICHIGAN WILL PLAY
EIGHT GRIDCONTESTS
Indiana And Michigan State College
Added To List Of Opponents
Of 1928 Grid Team
CARD FIVE BIG TEN GAMES
With the booking of Indiana on
Oct. 13 and Michigan State college
on Nov. 17 for games in the Michigan
stadium, the University of Michigan
football schedule for 1928 is now
complete. The scheduling of Indiana
will give the Wolverines five West-
ern Conference games next year.
Indiana's last appearance against
Michigan was in 1925 when the Maize
and Blue gridders, with Friedman and
Oosterbaan playing the star roles,
buried the Hoosier eleven under an
avalanche of touchdowns, 63 to 0.
State To Play Here Nov. 17
The Michigan State team will come
to Ann Arbor next year later than it
has during the past seasons, appear-
ing here on the third Saturday of
November and just one week before
the season is terminated for the Mich-
igan team.
With the addition of Indiana and
Michigan State to the 1928 schedule,
Michigan will face eight opponents,
on the gridiron. Ohio Wesleyan will
open the season at Ann Arbor on
Oct. 6, followed a week later by Indi-
ana. Ohio State is carded for Oct. 20
at Columbus, and on Oct. 27 and Nov.
3, Michigan will play Wisconsin and
Illinois, respectively, in the new Mich-
igan bowl. On Nov. 10 Michigan will
go to Baltimore to face the Navy.
Michigan State will be met- a week
later, and on Nov. 24 the Wolverines
will end the season with Iowa at
Ann Arbor.
To Play Harvard In 1929-30
Now that Harvard has been defin-
itely added to the Michigan slate, the
1929 and 1930 schedules are for the
most part complete. That the 1929
and 1930 schedules are by no means
easy ones is realised when one glanc-
es at the cards drawn for the Maize
and Blue for those two seasons.
In 1929, Ohio State, Iowa, and Har-
vard will be the major attractions at
Ann Arbor, with the Wolverines play-
ing away at Minnesota, Illinois, and
Purdue. Such an array or opponents
would cause the least timorous of
coaches to manifest some fear.
The following season, 1930, there;
will be four big attractions at Mich
gal stadium. Minnesota, Illinois, Pur-
due, and Chicago. will come here for
games, while Michigan will oppose
Ohio State, Iowa, and Harvard on
their respective battlegrounds.

DARTMOUTH HALFBACK LEADS ALL PP TDWL O
EASTERN GRID SCORERS FOR 1927 UI iCG nSAhILNO
.~..:.:.:....................... PLAY IN STATE GAME

DOPING THE DOPE

INTRAMURAL WRECTOR
SELECTEDFOR0OFFIC
Mitchell Is President Of Conference
Directors Association; Berg
Named Yice-President

An
Capt. Benny Oosterbaan Will Attend tion
Annual Football Bust Given res
By Detroit Alumni be
AUall.
MATRER WILL CUT SQUAD

By Herbert E. Tedder
4ueer things are these "all" teams. unorthodox choices.
d the Rockne-Warner-Jones Coali-
n is no less queer than any of the The question no,
t of them-in fact it might seven be the black sh
ranked among the strangest of Eckersall's select!

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This coaching triumvirate did
ntcnfitnn to ine18 ti d pesv-

Benny Oosterbaan will not play not.see ltUven Lo 111
against Michigan State Saturday en men who have received almost
night in the opening game on Michi-
gan's basketball schedule on account failing to mention two of them,
Charlesworth of Yale and Ras-
of the annual football bust given for kowski of Ohio State, center and
tlie 1927gt trati .te yste iIetr tackle, respectively, on any of the
Whittle of the cage team are ( .ae to first three teams.
appear at the .banquet, while Harri- Ts
gan and Nylad h te tal The coaches' first team backfield
gar, n a n n d, the ' other fool, l . coincided exactly with that of (/rant-

Scott of Yale and Born of Army
gained second team end berths while
Dowd of W. and J. and Sprague of
Army were placed at tackles. Wright
of Washington and Hanson of Minne-
sota were named guards on either
side of Reitsch of Illinois to round
out the second eleven.

Little mention has been
to Dowd and Wright while
the same may be said of
Stanford guard chosen for
team honors.

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main in Ann Arbor for the game.I
Michigan's cage team will be cut to
about 20 players today by Coach Ed-
win J. Mather, in preparation for the
Michigan State game Saturday. Re-
duction in the size of the squad will
facilitate the easier handling of the
team, and will give the coaches an
opportunity to devote more individual
attention to the players.
Lineup Still Uncertain
The five men to start against the
Spartans will be chosen from the
following group: McCoy, Harrigan,
Nyland, Gawne, Schroeder, Kanitz,
Raber, Single, Rose, and Chapman.
Any one of these players is likely to
see action against Michigan State.
Oosterbaan, Harrigan, McCoy, and'
Schroeder are the four lettermen on
the present squad. All these players
saw regular service last season. Three
reserves, Nyland, Gawne, and Whit-
tl, remain from the 1927 team. With
these men as a nucleus Coach Mather
has assembled a strong squad.
Offensive drill occupied the players'
yesterday afternoon. The guards were
also instructed in breaking up passes
under the basket by Coaches Kipke
and Veenker. Harrigan displayed the
remarkable footwork that featured
his playing last year. Teamed with
Nyland and Raber he kept the de-
fense busy in endeavoring to break
up scoring plays.
ITHICA-Dudley Nelson, end from
Cleveland Heights, has been selected
to captain the Cornell grid team in
1928.

land Rice, consisting of Welch, Cagle,
Drury, and Joesting but Welch was
placed at quarter instead of half,
changing places with Drury.
Oosterbaan, unanimous end se-
lection, was given Nash of Georg-
ia as a teammate at flank, and
Smith of Notre Dame was at
guard. These were the same as
Rice's but here the similarity
ends.
While Charlesworth was put back
of Bettencourt, Reitsch, and Rouse at
center, Yale received more than com-
pensatory recognition in having two
of her linemen honored.
Webster, leader of the Eli, was
placed at guard while his team-
mate, the little recognized Quar-
rier, was named at tackle.
It seems as if there must be a
black sheep on each and every all-
American selection this season. Rice
had Crane of Illinois and Smith of
Penn; Evans had Kerns of Pitt and
Flanagan of Notre Name; now comes
Quarrier and several other somewhat

Besides the criminal omission of4
Charlesworth and Raskowski from
any mention, Rockne, Warner, and
Jones failed to honor Gilbert andl
Baer of the Wolverine team.
One explanation of this may be
found, perhaps, in the fact that
none of the men selecting this
team saw Michigan in action this
year.
McPhail of Dartmouth, Flanagan of
Notre Dame, Presnell, of Nebraska,
and Miles of Princeton formed the
second team backfield of this team
while Connor of N. Y. U., Hunt of
Texas A. and M., Almquist of Minne-
sota and Hoffman of Stanford finished
the list of backs honored.
These are commendable choices
but there are omissions that can
not be understood here-as else-
where. Marsters, Spears, and
Roepke are such.
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INCREASE SCOPE OF BODY
Elmer D. Mitchell, director of in-
tramural sports here, was elected
president of the Intramural Directors
association for a term of two years at
thet recent coaches' meeting held at
Chicago. George Berg, director of in-
tramural sports at the University of
Wisconsin, was elected vice-president
and Dr. C. C. Molander, director of
intramural athletics at the University
of Chicago, was elected secretary and
treasurer.
Heretofore, the Intramural Direc-
tors association has been exclusively
for members of the Big Ten. At the
recent meeting it was decided to al-
low any university or college in the
United States to be elected to mem-
bership if they expressed a desire to
participate. This innovation will make
the Directors association a nation
wide organization.
The annual interfraternity wrestl-
ing meet opened Monday night with
116 entries which is the largegt num-
ber of men ever to compete in a
meet of this kind. Seven weights of
the eight were run off, the unlimited
class being the only group that did
not compete. Out of the 116 entries
who wrestled in the first round, 70
remain for further competition.
Phi Lambda Kappa won the inter-
fraternity handball championship by
defeating Phi Beta Delta, last year's
winners, 2-1. This meet entitles the
winners to 75 points oa the activities
chart, and in addition they will re-
ceive a trophy.

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Miles Lane. -
Sensational Dartmouth backfield ace who leads all other Eastern gridmen
for 1927 scoring honors by a wide margin. Teamed with Marsters, sophomore
find of Big Green team, Lane formed what was recognized as the greatest pair
of halfbacks in Eastern grid circles.

'MOST SPORTS WRITERS
HONOR THREE MICHIGAN
GRID STARS ON TEAMS
With the present mania for selecting
mythical all-star teams by the foot-
ball authorities 'and sport scribes, it
is interesting to note wherein the
writers agree on certain players
while on others there is a wide di-
vergence of opinion. Those men, iypon
whom all the experts agree, probably
are more deserving of positions on
the mythcal teams than those who are
chosen by only one or two writers.
The Mchigan selections on various
all-Conference teams follow:
Walter Eckersall's - Oosterbaan,
Baer and Gilbert.
United Press-Oosterbaan, Ba-er and
Gilbert.
Red Grange's - Oosterbaan, Baer
and Gilbert.
Warren Brown's-Oosterbaan, Baer
and Gilbert.
Daily Iowan--Oosterbaan, Baer and
Gilbert.
Daily Illini-Oosterbaan and Baer.
-Ohio State Lantern.- Oosterbaan,
Baer and Gilbert.
University of Iowa Coaches -Oost-
erbaan, Baer and Gilbert.
Michigan Daily-Oosterbaan, Baer,
and Gilbert.
Billy Evans'-Oosterbaan, Baer, and
Gilbert.
Harry Costello's-Oosterbaan, Baer
and Gilbert.
Big Ten Coaches-Oosterbaan, Baer
and Gilbert.

CAMBRIDGE- Arthur French,
halfback, has been named captain
the Crimson team for next season.

HAWKEYES ADOPT PLAN
FOR TWO GRID TEAMS
FOR 1928 ENCOUNTERS
(By Associated Press)I
CHICAGO, Dec. 6-The two-teamf
football system, long talked of .both
in the Western conference and in
other sections, is to become a reality
in the Big Ten next fall, with Michi-
gan taking the initiative. Iowa also
has announced definite plans for a
second team.
Fielding H. Yost, director of ath-
letics, and Dr. Clarence C. Little,
President of Michigan, have announc-
ed that games for the second Michi-
gan team are being sought among
bothoconference and non-Conference
schools.
As most conference teams have
completed their 1928 schedules, and
none has yet indicated any intention
to follow the Michigan system, the
two teams will be rated astfirst and
second for the 1928 season, the Mich-
igan authorities said, but eventually
they are to be developed into two
squads of equal power.
S'ooner or later all the Big Ten
schools will have at least a partial
schedule for a second team, in the
opinion o; Major J'ohn L. Griffith, ath-
letic com ihissioner of the conference,
for all the coaches and athletic di-
rectors voted favorably on the sec-
ond team plan when it was proposed
last May. Some of the schools may
try it out for only a game or two next
fall, to see whether it works, Major
Griffith said, but he felt that the in-
centive it would give to larger num-
ber of boys to come out for football
would make the plai a, success.

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HOCKEY CANDIDATES
All candidates for the Varsity
hockey team are requested to
meet promptly at 7:30 o'clock
tonight in room 306 at the Un-
ion.
W. G. Thilelman, Manager

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mester freshmen wishing to try
out for basketball manager re-
port any afternoon between 3
and 5 o'clock at Yost field house.
Robert C. Leland, Mgr.

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U. of D. football star, will act as grid
coach at LaSalle high school.

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