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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1924

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MARBERRY UNFORTUNATE
IN TWO SERIES 4AMES
Fred Marberry, youthful Sen-
ator right hander, who was the
hero of Sunday's victory over
the Giants, which tied up the
serjies, has been the recipient
of some tough, luck.
In the first place, the oflicial
scorers decided to give the cred-
it for the Sunday win' to Zach-
ary, whom Marberry relieved.
The second blow came in Mon-
day's contest, in which the
youngster was nicked for five
safeties in the three innings he
worked, thus being charged with
the defeat in that game.

GOB0LIN GIVES MATES LEAD MJTHI
CIRCUIT HIT WITH IWO ON BASE

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CIAN4TS, GRID'S MAY
BREAI iihOME I~tUN MlARK

Polo Grounds, New York, Oct. 7.- Box score:
Washington evened the World's series
here today by handing John McGraw's WAS l ' S
Giants a 7-4 trimming, the count now MCNAellfA..
standing two games apiece. {.El........
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If the present contenders in
the World's series continue their
efforts at slugging the ball out
of the park, the home run rec-
ord is likely to fall.
L ast year's series set the mark,
ten circuit clouts being hit in
six games. To date, six have
1 )en recorded in the four con-!
tests played so far this year.
Barker Outlines
Wrestling .Plans.

Madison, Wis., Oct. 7.-The hopes
th~t Wisconsin will again have a
team that can sweep the Conference
in basketball are gradulaly dwind-
ling here. The final straw came with
the announcement from Ken Elsom,
one of the stars on last year's five,
that he will be unable to play during
the coming season.
With Elsom out of the lineup,
Coach Meanwell is faced with the
task of developing a championship
combination with three men missing,
his center and forwards of last year.
He announces further that there
are no members of the Freshman
squad who are capable of playing
varsity basketball, and the outlook
toward the future in a basketball
way is not bright.
Elsom has returned to school this
year, but places. his work in the med-
ical school, above athletic fame. He
is acting as an assistant there this
year, and feels that his education
should be placed above the glory
that he can gain upon the basketball
floor.
With the close of the 1924 baseball
season come the annual rumors that
Walter Johnson, of the Washington
American's, and Ty Cobb, of the De-
troit Tigers, have seen their last sea-
son as active players. But next sea-
son the old boys will probably be out
on the diamonds showing their young-
er stars up.
New York, Oct., 7.-James Wood
Coffroth, Tia Juana race track own-
er, announced here, that he was pre-
pared to add two $25,000 races to his
extensive program, in order, to secure
the presence of Epinard, famous
French four year old.
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flttatcei U.a C e t vib ;, Ri rf. ..... .5 0 0 1 1 1.
ridge to the mound in an effort to Goslin, if ..........4 2 4 3 0 0
stop the National leaguers in the Judge, lb..........4 1 1 11 1 0
fourth contest and the veteran left- Bluege, ss,..........4 0 3 2 3 1
hander justified his manager's con- Ruel,.c .............3 0 0 5 0 0
fidence by holding the Giants to (; Miller, 3b..........4 40 0 0 2 1
hits, three going to Lindstrom, youth- Miogridge, p...........4 0 0 0 ( 01
ful thrid sacker of the New York clan. arberry, . ... . . .0 0 0 0 0
He withdrew in the eigth with a safe
lead. Iofals ........ 38 7 13 27 1 3!
Lee Goslin, Senators' hard hitting
left fielder wiped out the lead accum- NEW YORIt GIANTS
mulated by the Giants in the first in- A4 1I 0 A 1:
ning by sending Harris and McNeely 1indstrom, 3b......4 1 3 1 2 0
across the plate ahead of him with a Frisch, 2b..........4 0 0 3 3 0
home run clout into the right fieldI Young, rf..........4 1 0 0 0 0
stands in the third frame. Gcsli was Kelly, lb)...........5 1 1 11 1 0
the batting star of the day with four Meusel, if ..........2 0 0 2 0 1
hits in as many trips to the plate. Wilson, cf..........4 0 1 3 0 0
McNeely and Bluege each secured Jackson, ss .........4 0 0 0 3 0
three safe hits while Manager liar- (towdy,.e...........4 1 1 6 1 0
ris was credited with two safe wal- Barnes, p ..........0 0 0 1 1 0
lops. Harris contributed much to h is *Terry .............1 0 0 0 0 0
team's victory by a brilliant (xihi- Baldwin, p..........0 0 0 0 0 0
tion in the field, accepting 10 chance; xSouthworth........1 0 0 0 0 0
without a misplay, some of them Lor(- 1)0an, p ............0 0 0 0 0 0
ering on the sensational. zczientley ...........1 0 0 0 0 0
Manager McGraw placed his hopes-
on Virgil Barnes but after the Amer- Totals.........34 4 6 27 11 1
ican league winners scored two runs
in the fifth inning, the little Napoleon *-Batted for Barnes in 5th.
decided he had enough and sent Ter- x-Batted for Baldwin in 7th.
ry in to bat for him in the fifth, z-Batted for Dean in 9th.
Baldwin taking up the mound duties- -
in the sixth. Although he held the Scere by Innings
winners to but one hit in two frames, Washington....... 0 0 3 0 2 0 0 2 0
Baldwin gave way to a pinch htiter in New Yorkt ........ 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 1
the seventh, Dean finishing the game.
The Giants scored in the first in- Two-Lae hits-Kelly, IVIeNeely, Wil-
ning when Lindstrom scored after son; home run-Goshin; Sacrifice hits
Bluege, playing short in place of Peek- - uel;struck out-By Barnes 3, by
inpaugh, had made a bad throw of Mcgridge 2, by Baldwin 1, by Dean 1,
Young's grounder. Kelly hit for two by Marberry 2; base on balls-off
bases in the sixth, advanced to third Vloridge 5; off Marberry 1; wild
on Meusel's out and came home on pitch-Barnes.
Wilson's infield out. The Giants scor-
(Continued on Page Seven) Vole by Absentee Ballot, on Campus.
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W9 F OR B91D'SER
Farrell Send% Team Over Five Mile
Course as Real Preparation
For Season Starts,
5 RACES SCHEDULED
With less than three weeks of
practice left before the Wisconsin }
race here on the morning of Oct. 25,I
Coach Farrell sent his harriers over
the full five mile route yesterday af-
t ternoon.
Beginning with the Badger race,
Michigan's hill and dale men face a
schedule calling for five races on five
consecutive Saturdays. After the
Wisconsin run the Varsity goes to M.
A. C. for the week end of Nov. 1, and
then travels to Illinois for a triangu-
lar race with the Suckers and O. S. U.
on either Nov. 8 or 15.
Which ever Saturday is not choosen!
will be used for the annual Harpham
trophy run. The season will close on
Nov. 22 when on the morning of the
game with Iowa, Michigan will be
host for the first time in her history
I to the rest of the West's cross coun-
try teams. It is expected that more.
than 100 men will be entered in the
Western Conference championship
race..
Have You Voted t Apply on Campus.

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Plans for the coming wrestling sea-
son were outlined by Coach Barker
in the first meeting of candidates held
last night in room 302 of the Union.
Coach Barker is planning on sched-
uling a few meets during the Christ-
mas vacation with local teams, so is
anxious to start practice early. The
men will practice 'informally untilI
Coach Barker's duties on the football
field end. Wednesday night of
each week all the candidates will meet
at the Field house to work under the
close eye of the coach.
Zev the greatest horse that the race{
track has seen in many a year, is to
quit the turf. Zev, since his career
on the turf, has made more moneyI
than any other horse. He x4ill be
used for stud purposes.'

To Rid Playing
Field Of Dogs
Sideline features have no place on
the gridiron during a football game is
evidently the opinion held by the au-
thorities in charge of Ferry field, judg-
ing from the latest order to be issued
by them.
According to the authorities, all rtogs
found on Ferry field during a football
game will be captured and sent to the
University hospital to receive medi-
cinal treatment.
Vote, by Absentee Ballot, on .Camp a.
Do Your Duty, Be Sure and Vote.

3,000 BADGER TICKETS
SOL) WITHIN TWO HOURS
Two hours after the office at
the Field house opened to re-
ceive applications for the extra
allotment of 3,000 student tick-
ets for the Wisconsin game,
every pasteboard was gone.
Students started lining up at
the Field house to turn in ap-
plications before 5 o'clock yes-
terdhy morning, and when the
office opened at 8 o'clock, there
was a good sized crowd on hand.
By 10 o'clock, all the tickets
were applied for, and a large
number of applicants were turn-
ed away.

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Half hose in medium and hea-
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Washable Gloves of Chinese
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