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THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1925

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PITTSBU RGH WINS
Oscar Bliege Forced Out of Game
When Knocked Unconscious by{
Pitched BallI
HIT THREE HOME RUNSj

PITTSBURGH, Oct. 8.--H Cuyler's
home run into the right field stands
.inthe"eighth inning with Moore on
base gave Pittsburgh the second game
of the series here today 3-2, evening
the count with the Senators.
Vic Aldridge was Manager Mc-
Kechnie's pitching choice, and the big
moundsman twirled a steady game,
allowing eight scattered hits. Twice
Aldridge allowed the bases to be
filled with none out, but each time
he managed to crawl out of the hole,
once in the fifth inning when the Sen-
ators failed to score, and again in the
ninth frame, when one run was sent
across the plate.
Manager Stanley Harris started
Coireleskie against the Pirates and
the famous spit-bailer allowed the Na-
tional leaguers seven hits, but two of
them were homers, Glenn Wright
lifting the ball high into the left field
stands in the fourth inning, and Cuy-
.er getting his long hit in the eighth
ame. Coveleskie gave way to Reu-
ther in the ninth, when the former
Dodger star went in to bat for him.
Oscar Bluege, star third sacker of
the Senators, was hit. in the head by a
fast ball in the sixth in'ning, the ball
striking him two inches above the
ear, and knocking him unconscious.
Doctors reported that Bluege was not
in a serious condition, but that he was
suffering from temporary dizzy spells.
Myer went in for the injured player.
Joe Judge, first man up in the sec-
ond inning, scored the first run of the
contest when he hit the ball into the
right field stands for a homer, dupli-
cating Joe Harris' feat of yesterday.
Glenn Wright tied the score in the
fourth with his homer.
The score remained deadlocked
until the eighth when Moore was safe
on Peck's juggling of his grounder,
and went to second on the hit and run
play, Carey going out at first. Cuyler
then gave victory to the Pirates with
hi~s home rurlj the ball hitting the
ground and bounding into the stands.
The Senm;to threatened to come
fron behind. ft the ninth when Joe
Harris wked: t6 start the inning.
McNeely wa sent in to run for Har-
ris. Myer then singled into left, plac-
ing McNeelyon second. Peck then
worked Aldridge for a walk, and the
bases were filled, and none out. Bob-
by Veach was sent in to bat for Ruel
an'd he sent a high sacrifice fly to Max
Carey, scoring McNeely. Ruether, bat-
ting for Co-veleskie, struck out, andI
Rice went out, Moore to Grantham,
ending the contest.
Box score:

IBOSTON A31FIICANS ICI'ADII u ll L111 1111
=IN= WORLDISERIES TI'T'LESU11 U HID
11 Club W. L. Pet. IH hI
1 oston, A. L........5 0 1.000 TO II
Boston, N. L.......1 0 1.000 1
Cleveland, A. L. ....1 0 1.000
Cincinnati, N. L. ....1 0 1.000 Coach "Navy Bill" Ingram and his
Washington, A. L. ...1 0 1.000
Chicago, A. L........2 1 .667 Hoosier football eleven is expected
Philadelphia, A. L. .. 3 2 .600 to arrive in Ann Arbor this morning
Pittsburgh, N. L. ...1 1 .500 prepared to meet the Michigan grid
Chicago, N. L. ......2 '3 .400 team in the opening game of the Big
New York, N. L...3 5 .375 Ten Conference. The Indiana aggre-)
New York, A. L. ....1 2 .333 gation will hold a short signal drill,
Philadelphia, N. L. ..0 1 .000 on Ferry field this afternoon to wear
Brooklyn, N. L. ....0 2 .000 off the effect of the journey from
Detroit, A. L. .... . ..0 3 .000 Bloomington, Indiana.
Coach Yost has only a light signal
V fpractice scheduled for the Wolverines
Intra urajfems this afternoon before lining up his
--_ - iteam on 'Ferry field Saturday after-
The following list of tennis matches noon. Y sterday practice consistedl
was omitted in the schedule published of punti* drill, signal practice, and
in yesterday's Daily. These matches. Moundi $$ with a secret session in
must be played off by Monday and the stad m to which none but play-
reported to the Intramural office. The ers ad aches were admitted.
first round winners whose names have Early the afternoon Coach Kipke
have not been published in the sec- pointed t some faults to the punt-1
ond round should report at th'a of- ers. Palmer, Fuller and Gilbert all
fice for their opponents. showed improvement and increased
Singles: Levin 4852 vs Daven 8752; their distances.
Small 9553 vs M. M. Merritt 6835; 'Coaci''dad Weiman selected two
Heinz 22442 vs Roethke 22117; R. 'am .near the close of the practice
Brody 3317 vs D. Alycar 9717; Dalton d sent them through a drill in
6617 vs Heinsheemer 22245; Cressman I 1iilding up a defense against forward
4691. vs D.' M. Brown 7901. paisses. After the men proved to the
Doubles: Garber and Cressman coaches that they were adept in stop-
4447 vs Watts and 011 6453; Wenger ping passes, the Red team was given
and Berkey 5517 vs Moore and part- Fliaa N ys to use against the Blues.-
ner 21624. The hlues displayed a talent for

EXPECTED
ERE THIS MRNIN
analyzing the plays and were quite!
successful in stopping them. The
whole squad then adjourned to the
stadium where a secret signal drill
was held.
Coach Fisher's reserve squad work-
ed out with the freshmen in a scrim-
mage at the other end of the field,
the game ending in a scoreless tic.
In 1915 the United States used 45
per cent of the world's supply of rub-
ber. Last year the United States used
70 per cent of the supply.

j(GARLAND GRAN GE ILOST
TO ILINI GID EAM
CH-ICAGO, Oct. S.-Garland
Grange, brother of the famous
"Red" Grange, of the University
of Illinois, was operated on suc-
cessfully yesterday for a dislo-
cation of the shoulder. Garland
injured his shoulder in a scrim-
mage game several weeks ago.{
He will probably be out of the
game the balance of the season.

The results of the games of the last
P Ihi Sigma Delta 18, Alpha Delta
T hi 0; Tau Epsilon Phi 12,mPhi Beta
IUUII~fIVILI~fIIIUUIIL Delta 9; Phi Kappa Sigma 8, Phi
Kappa 0; Phi Gamma Delta 6, Delta
Results of the first week of inter- Phi 2; Delta Chi 5, Delta Kappa Epsi-
fraternity speedball indicate that a Ion 1; Alpha Rho Chi 1, Alpha Tau
hard fight for the title is to be ex- 'Omega 3; Nu Sigma Nu 9, Delta Upsi-
pected. The games have been well Ion 6, Phi Chi 16, Phi Mu Alpha 0;
played, with but a few in which the Theta Chi 14, Delta Sigma Phi 2; Phi
teams were not well matched. TheI Sigma Kappa 7, Sigma Nu 1; Phi Sig-
schedule of the games for the next Cma Delta 18, Phi Kappa Alpha 3;
week were sent out yesterday by the, Phi iLmbda Kappa 9, Delta Tau Ep-
Intramural office. .il(;n 1.

Harry Stuhl.dreyer, All-American
quarterback on last year's Notre
Dame championship team, is report-
ed to have been offered $7,500 by
Waterbury, Conn., to play professional
football there this fall.

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*Ran for Harris in ninth.,
**-Batted for Coveleskie in ninth,
**:-13atted for Ruel in ninth.
Pittsburgh. ......000 100 02x-3
Washington...........010 000 001-2
Home runs-Judge, Wright, Cuyler.
Sacrifice hits-Coveleskie, Cuyler,
S. Harris, Veach.
StrucksOut--By Aldridge 4, by Cov-
elesje 3.
Bases on balls-By Aldridge 2, by!
Covelesie 1.
UNIBI SWIMMING 1RAGES
SCKEDULED FOR .TONIGHT'
Six all-campus swimming races are
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