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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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SNDAY. DEC~MBPR. 11. 1927~

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OOSTERBAAN NAMED ON

ECKERSALL'S ALL-AMERICAN

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RAER CHOSE GUARD
ON -SECOND ELEVEN
GILBERT IS SELECTED
5pQP.T8 CRITIC INLUDES THREE
BIG TEN PLAYERS IN
NOMINATIONS
DRURY PICKED AS CAPTAIN
Middle West Leads Other Sections Of
Country In Nuinber Of Players
On Honor Eleven
For the third consecutive year Ben-
nie Oosterbaan, Michigan's brilliant
end, has been named on the All-
American eleven by Walter Eckersali,
noted sports critic and official. B,-y
Baer, Wolverine guard, was named
on the second team picked by Eck-
ersall, while Louis Gilbert, versatile
Maize and Blue halfback, was placed
on the third eleven.'
In addition to Oosterbaan, three
other Middle Western players were
honored on the first all-American
team. Raskowski, giant Ohio State
tackle, was given a tackle berth.

RISKO'S ADHERENTS ARE DISAPPOINTED
WHEN TEX RICKARD BREAKS PROMISE !IONOR DAQ fl
:r.... i$ im ' N MANY SELECTIONS

'BAER IS CHOSEN
BY SPORTS CRITIC

INDIANA TEAMS FACE DIFFICULT CARDS
IN SPRING ASWE LL AS WINTER SPORTS

Oosterb~aan, Baer, Anld Joestii Are
tlnanimlous (ihoice Of Big Ten
Sjwrt Authorities
ROUSE PLACED AT CENTER
Now that the sport authorities have
finished their annual pastime of pick-
ing all-Conference teams, it is inter-
esting to choose a Big Ten eleven
based on the selections of all the;
other mythical Big Ten tea ms.
The following all-Conference honor
eleven was compiled from the teams
chosen by 13 sport critics. It was
based on the selections of Waiter
Eckersall, Billy Evans, Warren;
Brown, Red Grange, Harry Costello,.
the United Press, the Big Ten coach- <
es, the University of Iowa coaches,f
the Daily Iliini, the Ohio State Lan-
tern, the Daily Northwestern, the
Michigan Daily, and the Daily low-
an.
In selecting this eleven five points ' ..
were awarded to a player for a posi- Ray Baer
tion on a first all-Conference team, Star Michigan lineman, who was
three points for a place on a second named guard on Walter Eckersall's
team, and one point for a third team second all-American team.
position. As there were 13 teams, the
maximum number of points a player PECKINPAUGH IS NEW
might gain was 65.
Bennie Oosterbaan of Michigan, L EAN M NAE
Ray Baer of the Wolverines, and
Herb Joesting of Minnesota were the C V (By Assoiated ir-es)
only unanimous choices, each being CLEVELAND, Do(. 11-Roger Pech-
awarded 65 points. inpaugh, for many years one of ti
The all-Conference teams and the leading infielders of the American
number of points scored liy eacn league, tonight was named to man
player follow: age the Cleveland Indians during the
FIRST TEAM 1928 campaign. Announcement was
LE-Oosterbaan, Michigan.........65 made by Alva Bradley, president ofj
LT-Raskowski, Ohio State ........61 the club, and Billy Evans, general
(Continued on Page Seven) manager.

Form No nConference OpposlitIon
For Raisketba11 Outfit
BLOOMINGTON, mnd., Dec. 10 --
4Nothing but tough meat is in pros-
pect for Indiana in its winter and
1 sprJng sports campaign, acerrding to
1ichedules now completed or nearly
completed for basketball, track,
wrestling, and baseball.
The Crimson of Indiana wil; fly
from Chicago to Birmingham in the
!outh and from Texas to Cleveland
and on to Europe, if Indiana's track
athletes are successful in their com-
petition for the Olympic team.
The winter sports program, opening
here tonight with the Franklin-Indi-
ana basketball game, will gain speed
from now on with the completion of
Pre-conference basketball games. Wa-
bash comes here Dec. 17, Coe, here
Dec. 20, and Indiana meets Cincin-
nati at Cincinnati Dec. 21. All of these
non-conference outfits have gained
! note for their ability to knock off

-ig Ten teams in early season games,
which means that Everett Dean's
greenhorn outfit will have to step to
win games prior to the first Big Ten
contest here Jan. 7 with Chicago. In-
diana will have five conference games
this semester and seven next semes-
ter and will meet all the Big Ten
aggregations with the exception of
Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Northwes-
tern. These three teams are rated
among the weaker conference basket-
ball contenders for 1927-28.
Indiana's wrestling schedule opens
here Dec. 19 with Monmouth, and in-
cludes meets with Ohio university, .
Ohio State, Northwestern, Purdue,
Michigan, the Big Ten sectional, and
the Western Conference individital
championships. Two more meets: may
be added.
Track Coach E. C. Hayes has.about
cdmpleted a schedule which opens for
indoor cindermen on Jan. 21 at CLi-
cago and closes Mar. 24 at the Cleve-
land Athletic club relays. Seven meets
are on the indoor schedule.

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ECKERSALL'S ALL-AMERICAN
First Team.{
LE......Oosterbaan, Michigan
LT......Raskowski, Ohio State
LG......J. Smith, Notre Damej
C ...... Bettencourt, St. Mary's,
California.
RG..... ........Webster, Yale
RT..Hibbs, Southeirn California
RE ..............Nash, Georgia{
QB.. . Drury, S. Calif., captain
LHB.......... ..Cagle, Army
RHB....... Welch, Pittsburgh
FB........Joesting, Minnesota {
Second Teanm
LE........Donchess, Pittsburgh
LT.....J. H. Smith, Pennsylvania
LG........Roberts, Pittsburgh {
C .............Rouse, Chicago
RG.............Baer, Michigan F
RT ..........Quarrier, Yale
RE.......... Moeser, Princeton {
QB..Spears, Vanderbilt, captain
LHB.......Marsters, Dartmouth 1
RHB.........Presnell, Nebraska
FB............ McCrary, Georgia {
Third Team.{
LE...............Fishwick, Yale
LT..........Coultrin, California
LG......Drennon, Georgia Tech.
C .............Reitsch, Illinois F
1,G...........Hansen, Minnesota
RT............ Lucas, Missouri
RE........Fleck, Kansas Aggies {
QB.Hunt, Texas Aggies, captain
LHB .......... Gilbert, Michigar.
RHB......Roepke, Penn State [
FB.............Miles, Princeton I

GIFTS

for

Johnny Risko's fans are a bit dis- ko won from the Spaniard, Paulino,
appointed at Tex Rickard's latest de-- recently and his supporters claim
cisions. Rickard has said that he will Rickard promised the winner of that
bout an onportunity at the winner of
match Jack Delaney against the win- the Heeney-Sharkey engagement. Ris-
ier of the Tom Heeny-Jack Sharkey ko is shown at the left in the photo-
fight, scheduled for next month. Ris- graph, Delaney at the right.

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HAWKEYE FIVE DRILLS t
FOR NOTRE DAME GAME!
IOWA CITY, Dec. 10.-More than
flashes of power will have to be shown:
if the University of Iowa basketball
team is to win the first victory in
Hawkeye history over PrsNotre- Dame
quintet here next Monday.
With this in mind, Coach Sam Barry
is unravelling some of the kinks which
slowed his team's offense and the de-
fense lapses which allowed the Knox
quintet eight baskets in the opening
game.
The Iowans won, 30 to 21, and at
times their passing and team-work,
was after the February pattern. Other-
wise, ragged December form was too
much in evidence, Coach Barry be-

FAMED OLYMPIC ATHLETE
IS REPORTEDNEAR DEATHI
(By Associated Press)
DECATUR.lII., Dec. 11--Hope for the
recovery of Loren Murchison, serious-
ly ill since Wednesday at St. Mary's
hospital, grew fainter today as the
famous Olympic athlete fought cere-
brospinal meningitis, a disease usually
fatal to adults. His mother was nur-
rying from her home in Texas to hi
bedside.
Murchison was in Decatur on a
business trip with his wife, when he
was suddenly taken ill Wednesday.

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Joesting, Minnesota's crashing full-
back, was awarded the fullback post.
Smith, Notre Dame, was placed at
guard.
Nash, tall Georgia performer, is
paired with Oosterbaan at the ends.
Hibbs, Southern California, is placed
alongside Nash at tackle on the right
side of the line, with Webster, Yale's
captain, at guard. Battencourt, St.
Mary's, (California), is named for
the pivot position.
Three of the four middle Western
players chosen by Eckersall-Ooster-
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Fred Lawson, Burlington, was a
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of McConnell and Hogan kept him as n
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winter caused him to be shifted and r s v . D th f o w d[i L 'S
in the first game, he scored 17 points-LJ
seven field goals and three free throws.
His total was more than that of the
other nine players who played against
Knox.
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The Illinois collegians had few short -
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