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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1924

PAGE SIX TIlE MICHIGAN DAILY

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VARSITY ELEVEN First Slash Int
Varsity Tennis
WINS FIRIST GAME SquadIsMade

TrE Harriers Start
Stiff Workouts
Coach Steve Farren sent his cross
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5KGMUA SOT SNOWLARGE ENROLLMENT
Enthusiasm in Intramural athletics
has resulted in a great increase in the
number of students participating this

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The new Michigan jerseys with
numbers are being saved for the
game with M. A. C. in the new Lan-
sing stadium next week end. Even
the Miami coaches seemed to get into
the spirit of the affair and after it
was apparent that the game was onI
ice for the Michigan eleven all of the
visiting players got into action.
During the last quarter it was a con-
test between two second teams and
it was all the Michigan substitutes
could do to hold their own.
To "Butch" Slaughter goes the
honor of having stayed in the game
the longest. He was in the starting
lineup and was not sent to the side-
lines until Conventry went in ten
minutes from the close of the game.
Herb Steger also played the greater
part of the game.
Altogether Michigan made 19 first
downs while Miami was getting one
on a penalty. Michigan attempted
eight forward passes and completedl
five of them for a total of 30 yards.
It was one of the best played prac-
tice games which a Michigan team
has taken part in for a number ofl
years. The field generalship was
good at all times and had the squad
been in a Conference game it could
not have piut more into the contest.
The pass attack which was used
at intervals was tricky and kept the
Miami secondary defense in confu-
sion while it was in use. All of the
passes completed were short and fast
and resembled those which broke up
Ohio State's defense last year. The
defense displayed against the aerial
attack of the Miami team was also.
typical of the system which has been
built up by the coaches during the
past three weeks in preparation for
the Conference schedule. Miami fail-
ed to complete any of six attempted
passes and one of them intercepted
resulted in Michigan's fifth touch-
down.
The Lineupy

Twenty four men are left on the
Varsity tennis squad after the first
cut of the season, which wgas an-l
nounced last night.
The players surviving the cat are
Captain Crane, Burke, Elliott, Fink-
leman, Goldsmith, Gallancy, Greiner,
Hirschman Hoffman, Holland, Jp-
rome, Krickbaum, Martin, Neff,
O'Brien, O'Connell, Olian, Reason,
Slowinski, Smith, Thomas, Vose,'
Wentworth, and Woplfenden.
A second slash in the squad will
be made in about a week. The can-
didates for the team are practicing
daily on the Ferry Field courts under
the direction of Captain Crane and.
Dr. Robert Angell, former Varsity
player.
INDRTRACKTO BE
LAID INFIELD KOUIE
Michigan's Varsity track team
will have an indoor cinder track upon
which to run during the winter
months when work now under way
on the -Yost field house oval is com-
pleted:
The hard clay surface of the track
which was used last year prevented
the men from getting practice for'
the outdoor season during the early
spring and caused a number of in-
juries to members of the track squad.
It is expected that the new cinder
track will be completed within the
next two weeks.}

Walter Johnson Defeated in Initial
Start in World's Tifes
Tilt,
MOMES HELP VICTORS
Griflith Stadium, Washington 1). C..
Oct. 4,-AMcGraw's New, York c:u:its;
won the first game o the \Vorld ser-
ies here today, 4 to 3, when a pitch-,
ing duel between Art Nehf and 'aLt-.
er Johnson broke up in a wild twelfth
inning, the Giants scoring two mark-
ers and the Senators one in the final
frame. New York drew first blood
when Kelley slammed the ball into
the left field bleachers for a homer,
to sjtart the second. Terry duplicated
the feat in the fourth.
Washington scored one in the sixth
and tied the score at two all in the
ninth. Peckinpaugh and Johnson were;
presented with autos before the start
of the game. President Coolidge toss-
ed out the first ball.1
The Box Score:j

rad yei Lrday morning in the first
iast Saturday morning run of the sea-
son1

Speedball, tennis, cross country,
andl several other sports are on the
fall program which is to open next
week. Forty-seven fraternity teams
have entered speedball competition.
To this total will be added 12 class
teams and 10 teams from freshman
groups which will be organized later
in the season.
The track team of the McGill uni-
versity of Montreal has held the in-
teicollegiate track title of Canada for
10 years, winning it for the first time
in 1913.

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GOLF ANNOUNQEMENT
Students eligible for Ann Ar-
bor Golf club memberships as
a result of the recent 36 hole
play, must have their fees in
the hands of Carlton Wells, 516
Mack road, by Monday night,
Oct. 6.

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bile the time of 17:03 for three year accoring to rhectreseason t
s nomtide by Briggs and Callahan rtivities have commenced, there is an
s ely srinhe tseaon espeially oer enrollment of 705 for apeedball com-
= petition, and more than 90 for partic-
a omiincotuse.heipation in tennis.
mnio:st promiising feature of the
_7rir; was the4 work of three

First rehearsal oC the entire Uni-
versity Girls' Glee club has been post-
poned to, Tuesday, Oct. 13.

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piiomores who were among the
first four men to finish. With only
two veterans back and one, Capt.
Shenehield a senior, Farrell is es-
pocially concerned with the showing
of his younger runners. Hornberger,
winner of the Frosh meet last year,
set the pace to the two and a half
mile mark where the lack of spikes
on the. beay ground forced him hto
s' o w i p. :aker, Mason, Capt. Shene-C

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THEATRE

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Lindstrom, 3b.....5
Frisch, 2b-3b.......5
Young, rf ..........6
Kelly, cf-2b........5
Southworth, cf .....0
Terrj, lb .........5
Wilson, If ..........6
Jackson, ss ........3
Gowdy, c ..........3
Nehf, p ............5
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'IT ese me are further advanced
both in exlerience and in condition
than thve other men and will probably
form the squad from which the men
for the first meet, which is likely to
be the one with Wisconsin the morn-
ing of October 25. The first race has
nsuaaliy been with M. A. C. but this
ye:r it has been har to arrange a
dt e suitable to both schools.
Shirley, z ..........1 1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. ........ 44 3 10 36 13 1
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Philadelphia, Oct. 4.--Gene Tuney AB R I11 O
of New York has been suspended for McNeeley, cf .......5 1 1 4
three months and ,fined $20Q "for Harris, 2b..........6 0 2 3
boxing a listless contest against Rice, rf ...........5 0 2 0
Ray Newman, at 7bensburg, Pa., Goslin, If ..........6 0 1 2
recently; it was announced by the 'Judge, lb...........4 0 1 6
Pennsylvania State Athletic associa- Bluege, 3b .........5 1 1 2
tion today. Peckinpaugh, ss ....5 0 2 4
Ruel, c ............3 0 0 15
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Two Ibase hits-Frisch, McNeeley,
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1 runs-Kelly, Terry; stolen bases-- I
0 1 Peikinpa ugh, Rice, Frisch ; sacrifice
0 hit --Jackson, Kelly; double plays-
0 i 'eekinptugh to Harris; Jackson to
0 Wriseh to Terry; left on base-New
0 York 11, Washington 10; bases on
0 ;bais--off Johnson 6, off Nehf 5;
0 struck out--by Johnson 12, Nehf 3;
0 i1s;ed bball--Riuel.

Prices, $1.10, $1.65, $2.20

ALL SEATS RESERVED

Marion..........LE........... Koop
Edwards .......LT........Monnette
Slaughter......LG.........Brickley
Brown...........C.......... Struke
Hawkins .......RG.. .Frederickson
I'abcock ........RT........ Thomas
Grube...........RE......... Joseph!
Steger..........LH.......Buchanan
Stamman.......R......... Sharkey
Rockwell.......QB........... Allen
Miller...........FB........... Ford
Summary: Touchdowns: Steger 2,
Rockwell 3, Brown 1, Grube 1, Mil-
ler 1.
Points after touchdown: Babcock 3,
Rockwell 3, Slaughter 1.
Officials: Referee, Nichols, Ober-
lin; Umpire, Kennedy, Chicago;
-Field Judge, Costello, Georgetown;
head linesman, Huston, Parsons.
Substitutions: Michigan: Flora for
Grube, Madsen for Flora, Kunow
for Babcock, Hawkins for Kunow,
Dewey for Hawkins, Ullman for
Dewey, Slaughter for Brown, Coven-
try for, ughter, Maclntyre for Cov-
entry, Steele for Slaughter, Samson
for Edwards, Edwards for Samson,
LVngguth for Edwards, Lovette for
Marion, Keller for Lovette, Baker for
Keller, Parker for Stamman, Gregory
for Parker, Heath for Miller, Dom- i
Koff for Rockwell, Rockwell for Dom-s
hoff, Daviis for Rockwell, Herrnstein
for Steger.
Miami: Dillon for Koop, Gansberg
for Dillon, Spooner for Monette, Mc-
Vrac for Struke, .Gross for Freder-
ie so n, IIunter for Thomas, Thomas
for Hunter, Goff for Thomas, Lieven-
dorferv for Joseph, Buchanan for Al-
len, Wilson for Buchanan, Clague for
Wilson, Brashears for Ford.
Boulder, Colo., Oct. 4.- Adequate
quarters for athletic training and in-
terseholastic games are assured the
University of Colorado by the comple-
tion of a $365,000 gymnasium and a
$65,000 stadium.
Des Moines, Ia., Oct. 4.-Football
men of the University of Iowa willI
travel 6,000 miles this season, open-
ing the season at the University of
Utah and closing it at the University
of Florida.
New York, Oct. 4 .-National indoor

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