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October 07, 1924 - Image 6

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Show IPromHise of Affecting
B~ig r. Race


500 Tickets For
Game Go In Hurry
(Special to The Daily) All those
Madison, Wis., Oct. 6.-The 500 tick- Allhoe
ets alloted to the University of Mich- Arbor Golf c
igan for the Wisconsin-Michigan foot- I ible to com
ball game at Ann Arbor Oct. 25 were I golf tournar
sold 30 minutes after they were placed dividual cha
on sale here this morning. A line t r


New York, Oct. 6.-New York stood
one game to the good in the 1924
World series tonight after winning
from Washington, 6-4, at the Polo.
CGropud this afternoon. The games
Snare now two and one in favor of the.
Two pitchers went to the showers
. the fourth inning of today's en-
counteri.while Bucky Harris, the
ycuthful playing manager of the Sen-
ators, was largely responsible for his -
team's loss. It was in the second'-f
frame that Terry cracked out a single"
to right Wilson fanned, and Bluege- :,:
took a grounder by Jackson, the next
man ' up, only to have Harris drop
the pel'et in'an attempted force at "' ""'f
second. A single by Gowdy put Terry
across the plate, and Jackson scored{
on Marl)erry's wild pitch, establishing
a margin that was to decide the game.
After Marberry's wild pitch in the iHughMcQuillan
secondl, the Senator pitcher became I Three passes and a hit spelled disaster for the Yankee pitching choice
usteady allowing McQuillan, Lind- in the third game of the World Series yesterday afternoon. Up until the
Strom and Frisch to fill the bases, the time of his demise McQuillan h'ad only allowed one hit and the Senators
first two getting passes and the lat- I had been held scoreless.
ter bein~g hit by a pitched ball. Then,____________________________ __________

The Wolverine football squad inau-
gurated the week's preparation for

According to the results of Satur-
dday's games in the 'West; football at

the none too promising contest with most of the smaller Conference
the Aggies on Saturday in a scrim- schools has taken a decided turn for
ma ge with Coach Mather's yearling the better, several teams which' have
eleven, yesterday afternoon. Closed been considered easy prey for strong
scrimmages will be heid each day this teams in the past displaying form
week excepting Friday. that shows they will demand respect
A mixed eleven, composed of some from all during the 1924 season. I

of students several blocks long was
waiting for the ticket office to open
at 8 o'clock this morning. More than
a hundred students were on the wait-
ing list for tickets to the game when
the office closed tonight. No attempt
will be made to secure additional tick-
ets Paul S. Hunter, director of ticket
sales said today.

Varsity men and some of the Reserve

Jl)ayers, found the freshman
fjrmidable opponent, the

team a

Due to the rainy weather Saturday
morning, results of the first round of
tennis singles and doubles will be ac-
cepted up until Tuesday afternoon,
Oct. 7.
Those who have played their first
matches can find the name of their
next oppotents on the Intramural de-I
partment bulletin board in Water-
man gymnasium.
All results of the second round mustI
be in by Saturday noon, Oct. 11.

Roos Gilson, one of the fresh-
men who recently qualified for
a berth as a future Varsity
golf prospect, defeated Hugh
Smith, last year's Varsity golf1
captain for the golf champion-#
ship of Jackson on Meadow
Heights golf links Sunday over
36 holes, winning one up.


Waterman Gym To
Reopen Wednesday
Workmen were kept busy at Water-
man gymnasium Saturday afternoon
and all day yesterday removing the
last traces of the Kiwanian banquet
held on the main floor Friday night.
Tables, chairs, dishes, and other
things of a similar nature had to be
taken away.
The gymnasium will ne closed
again today so that the day may be
devoted to a careful painting of lines
necessary to basketball and various
other games. Each year around the
first of October the white lines,j
partly worn by the trodding of many
feet, are repainted. This year, for
several reasons, the painting was de-I
layed somewhat. The floor is ex-
pected to be dry by Wednesday.
Nine new men were on Harvard's
team when that eleven lined up
against Virginia last Saturday in the
first game of the season.
Do Your Duty, Be Sure and Vote.

crossing the line but once during the
The entire squad indulged in a
lengthy drill in kicking, passing and
signals prior to the scrimmage, and
this drill was continued all afternoon
by the men who were kept out of the
game. New plays were given to the
squad, the coaches not taking any
chances with the Aggies who are key-
ed w) to a high degree for their ded-
icaticn contest.
The coaches were pleased with the
showing of the men against Miami,
but the entire squad, coaches and play-
ers, realize that Coach Young has
the best AggiO squad in years and
that only the best of football will
bring victory to the Maize and Blue.
The individual work of some of the
backs was probably the outstanding
feature of Michigan's play Saturday,1
the running of Steger and Rockwell
being especially noteworthy. Stani-1
man, Parker, Miller and Domhoff also
made their presence felt.
Closely allied with the sensational
running of the backs was the block-
ing of the entire team. Line and back
interference never failed to take out
opposing players aiding the backs
considerably. The blocking at the
time Brown intercepted a pass and
ran 40 yards for a touchdown was well
nigh perfect.
Although Michigan did not attempt.
manyIong passes, the successful short
pass system gave evidence of an aer-
idl attack that will play an important
part in the play of the Wolverines in
future contests.
Although Michigan will employ
many new plays on Saturday, it is,
(doubtful if anything planned for the
iini the following week will be used!
against the Farmers.j
flare Ycii Voted? Apply on alupas.
Do Your Dutyl Be Sure and Vote.

Northwestern and Indiana came
through with impressive victories
while Purdue earned the admiration
of Big Ten fans by holding the strong
Ohio State team to one touchdown.
Coach Glenn Thistlewaite's North-
western eleven defeated South Da-
kota without undue effort, the final
score being 28-0. The Purple teamI
sh'owed more power than has been in
evidence at the Evanston school in
some years. Ralph Baker, sophomore I
triple threat star, was the big noise
for the winning aggregation.
Indiana followed up last week's
65-0 victory over Rose Poly by tak-
ing DePauw into- camp, 21-0. In both
games, the Hoosiers showed real
ability, and with their well-arranged
schedule should give their future Big
Ten opponents some stiff comneti-
The Boilermakers gave the Buck-
eyes something to worry over when
they held their str'ng opponents to
7-0. The victors scored their only
tally in the second quarter, when a
p ss from hunt to Karow put the
ball over the line. Hunt, left half
for the Buckeyes, kicked the goal.
Bob Zuppke's eleven, Vhich tied
with Michigan for the chatpionship
last year, had a close call at Nebras-
ka, when the Cornhuskers played
them on even terns most of the game
and held them to a 9-6 victory. The
losing team was made up of green
men and crippled by injyiries, yet
they stopped the great " 4ed" Grange
tiihe after time, his only value coin-
ing as a col; in the 1llini passing
machine. The Nebraska team scored
its touchdown on a pretty tun by
Rhodes, when he broke loose, dodged
Gallivan ,the Illinois safety man, and -
ran 33 yards for the score.
Another upset in the Conference
came when Chicago fell before the
Upaiv~k;sity of Missouri eleven, 3-0.
Tbhe Tiger4 outplayed 'their oppo-
ents practically all through the game,
niid wOn in "ch second (luarter, when
Coglizer, their brilliant end, kicked a


a . s w

field goal from the 17 yard line. Cog-
liter played great football through-
out the contest, and his work was a
decided factor in the Missourian's
win . Harry Kipke, former famous
Michigan athlete, who graduated last
June is backfield coach at Missouri,
and is credited with- having done ex-
cellent work toward making the team
what, it is.
work toward making the team what
it is.
Wisconsin won from the strong
Ames team, 17-0. The game was
hard-fought, but the supreior play of
the Badgers prevailed. Minnesota
trimmid North Dakota 14-0 in a game
that was closer than was generally
expected. The losers were defeated
by Wisconsin 25-0 last Saturday.
Sn Francisco, Cay., Oct. 6.--With the
possibility of Walter Camp's visit to
the coast transformed into a reality,
the coastal football mentors are spur-
ing their men to efforts greater than
usual, in the hope of seeing an All-
American team composed largely of
Western players.

DO Your Duly, Be Sure and Vote.


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