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i7 EIGHlT nnRO SnOn firs"t place ; in the tournament held
CBADY KEE PS A VN TONB e ks E etwbl RIEoweeysagfehaohote o
LN{ QFLFIN weeismthd with Newman,
,iiiGLI while H-astings is to meet Gilson.
..I Y fbU~Y I- Judging from past scres, Feely
1' Vth the best eight men chosen as and Hastings should win out in their
I1larrits drives Peck anid N (lelyfar untii the %cu ors cam e to bat a r ysut of the three das of£(qualify- matches. Robertson will meet Glover,
With fligle to Right in > c tLt u the iioud mthply torteUn- and ich is matched with Prentiss
Fifth :nniu yiutu igeinto left>:: .vrsity fal golf chzampioship rophyt to complete the lower bracket.
out of iliuesel's reach. Ruel, the next will start Mnday afternoon.1 The course is in ine condition and
GIN SSO EuIS'na laln slow one dlown to Feely raid Rebertson tied for first; ideal for tournament play. The fir
____Art Ncbrf, who threw the ball to Kel l i horr witha scre 'of 152 for the 36 !matches should be played off b y
Y wilePoc wa zn~ki , , steholes. Hastings, a man fronm last Monday, Oct 13, while those in the
asigoDC.Oc.9.--Wash- l whilehaec was making a safe. e ason'., team, and Rich, turned in ower bracket are to be layed by
WahigtnD.C. Ot.run dlown to second. ahr xa
ington and the Giants will meet for out to !telly unassisted while Peck scores of 153 to tie for second place next Thursday. Tle. finals will be
the highest honor in org>anizedl base- iag+ain advanced. With two out, Neht Prentiss, who has been playing good held a week from M~onday, giving
ball~~~~~~~~:.: ths atr oo ol wng t::ilot hs g me b;akng M;ey '' .~* ~of, fell down in the qualifying those. who survve the semi-finals,
vicoryof he enaorsonther hme iththelateron irs an 1~ck .rounds, barely getting into the semi- plenty of time to practice for the
lot histhis nonafternoon. attr otfist ncuirdonvctoykoth arrtossa cairmeonto(tbath' o :ints1finals withcae a bu :,corefialofit1a60.r ofin0alsals
Zachary, pride of tha Capital left- ,c.;d s5iWs1(~c to righlt, scoring both of .. One of the biggest. upsets in the
handers, saved the day for the Sena- hi emaean aigp5i1l tredys play was the elimination GII GRAPH TO)~iIROW4
tors while Art Nehf who pitchedl the a seventh game of the series .
Giants to victory in the first game ciiiillc for ,Washington to take h a
of the series was the losing twirler title. l arris died on base when ther
in te ga e. jGint hurler Pnulled himself together $
Zachary, using his 01(1 slow curve, a:?d ;;trucIk out Rice. i.
was touched up for seven hits by the ri'od(ay ,; g,rme should lie a slugfest.: , 1
World's champions but they weret with both of the opposing teams lack-
scattered, while the veteran Nehif on- iiig~ good mzoundsinen to throw into u I
ly allowed four hits, two of which Ithie final tussle. Marberry will prob-
out of a victory in the fifth frame. although he failed to show anything
New York startedl out strong in in his last) trial as a starter. RyanI'""
thte first inning. Frisch made a twoj who :served r:s a relief to Art Nehf$Ati n s i
bagger by the use of a lot of speed yesterday arterncoon may be called :
in the first, but Zachary picked up upon to foedwl ashinzgtn hi.s slow
Young's grounder and Frischi was I curves, todaiy. a >>
run down. Young took second onmtfei-,- _ - - ." - ' c
play and scored when Kelly cane (EugeeI, Ore., Oct 9"-Marsizans0 at all 11A
through with a single to right. Twice first year mnen bave reported for foot- N~
savedl the (day in this inning when lhe I bail practice at the Univera;ity of Or- . .
speared a drive that seemzed headed egon ' i aM
Everything was quiet after the first Nee the (Cueto the 6rid l~~~
- ~~Art Nehf soc. B y ow
At lti le The same twirler who won the first
p -tltc S pple game of the World's series for the Rips dollars up
= Giants was the one to drop the sixth
AND game of the series.
n's 1 nIS i SMadisor, Wis., Oct. 9.-The nine men
I^ w ~~~~~~that rowedl the crew of the Uiztversityi I .
Everything to Supply the Student Needs. -P1oughkeepsie oeet nJne 1i7;haveA. O
( bee awar e leter , 7rekmeer f re cIrt'rr 4
Regulaton Gym utfitsed captain of next year's crew,.let
-Derrill Pratt Jack Dunn __
! 332 South State St. Phone 2939-J
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