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PAGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1,925

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to the Indiana 7 yaird line just as the
hailf ended.r
Molenda si-ashed through thce1Hoo-
sier line for a touchdown, soon after
the start of hostilities in the second
half, after Sam Babcock had sprinted
for 30 yards and Gregory had snatch-
ed one of Friedman's passes, bringing'
the ball to 6 inches from the goal
line.
After Oosterbaan made a one hand
grab of Friedman 's pass just as he +"
fell to the ground, and Friedman had 1r'#
sped for' 28 'yards on a fake pass s:.:.::":>:: "
play, the Michigan signal caller threw
a short pass to the flashy end who
batted the ball twice, and then caught
it for a touchdown. Gregory made W
thc next touchdown at the start of
the fourth quarter when he caught
Friedman's pass and ran 10 yards7
over. the final chalk mark, after a
blocked kick by Oosterbaan and Flora Q.,<;.* ;x
had given Michigan possession of thebal
An 11 yard pass, Friedman to Oos-
terbaan, placed Michigan in a posi-
tion to score again, Bab~cock taking :< y " a
the ball over on successive thrustsy'
at the line. The final score came
after Sam Babcock broke through th e '

JOE HARRIb SENDS WINNING RUN,
AUROSS5 PLATE IN EIGHTHi INNINI6
W\ASHIINGTON, Oct. 10.-Washing- of the series by getting a scratch -hit.
ton Senators entered into the lead in down the third base line. Goose Gos-
the World series by defeating thej un got his second hit of the game
by p~unting safely. McNeely scored
Pittsburgh Pirates in the third gicm the tying run on Judge's long sacri-

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entire Hoosier eleven for a 34 yard
run. The speedy back was in a clear
field on his way for a touchdown
when the ball fell out of his hands,
but he recovered. On the next play
Parker hurled a pass to Oosterbaan,
who made another sensational catch
of the ball which was partially
blocked by an Indiana back, and ran
across the goal line.!
The line-up:
Mi~chigan Indiaina
Oosterbaan......L.E....... Lanmanj

by a score of 4 to 3 here today.
Ferguson, a Yankee cast off, pitched
the Senators to a victory. Manager
MeKechnie's nine, allowing eight seat-,1
tered blows. Fremer, who drew the
assignment to hurl for the Washing-t
ton club, was pounded for ten safe
blows.
Goose Goslin entered the home run
column of the series by hitting a cir-
cuit blow in the right field blachers1
in the sixth inning. Traynor, Pirate
star third baseman, scored the first
run of the game when he hit a three3
bagger and scored on Wright's sacri-
flee in the second inning.
Washington scored its first run in
the third inning. Rice singled over I
second _base andl advanced to second'
on Stan Harris' sacrifice. Goslin flied "
out to Cuyler and Rice raced to third
base on the catch. Rice crossed the
home plate on Judge's two base hit
along the right field foul lines.
The Pirates entered the lead in the
fourth inning when Cuyler got a two
base hit and raced home on Cuy'ler's1
:jingle. Pittsburgh increased its lead
in the sixth when Wright scoredl.1 Rice ,
madle a sensational catch of Traynor's
long fly as it was about to go into the
center field bleachers. Wright was 1
safe at first when Peck made a wild
tbrow. it was Peck's fourth errorl
in the series. Grantham proved easy
for Ferguson, striking out. Smith
singled into right fld andi Wright
by fast running made third, getting
ahead of Harris' throw. Wright scor-
ed on the next p~lay when Kremier hit
a fast groundler} by Harris. Moore
walked, filling the bases. Max Carey !
endled the inning b~y striking out.
Washington camne up in its half of
the inning and garnered one tally, on I
Goose Goslin's home run into the
right field stands. The lucky seventh
inning proved to be the- deciding
round for the Senators. Liebold, bat-
ting for Ferguson, reached first on
four nitclied balls. McNeely was sub-
stituted to run for Liebold. Wright
made a hard catch of Rice's seeming
hit. Stan Harris made his first hit
was defeated by Vyse of Michigan,

iii Iteni men to finish in yesterday's run the morning preceding the Minnesota
vvto compete with the Badger harriers, gamel Nov. 2:1. However, hills, P fluke,
The six veterans of last rear's te'1m Whitman, Thoit andl Wagner finished
M1 f Minished in the first halt dozen vliaces in order with Hills seventh and Thoits
Fun as was predIicted. Callahman, lvriggs, j and Wagner tied for tenth. If the,3p
an 1lornbcrger complllet ed the triple men come through at Madison and in
tie for first place, all of themi doing the other dual meets, they have a
!ord 'D'iane n 19:42. Reinke was ailing due to somne I strong chance of entering the Con fc-
if Mile slight congestion and finished fourthi j ence run in place of the six nweu
i in 20:5, with Jung following in 20:54 j mentioned previously.
andl Baker sixth in 20:43. 'wEen though Coach Farrell has b~a

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Moore, 2b ..........3
Carey, cf ..........4
Cuyler, rf ......... 4
Barnhardt, If.......
Traynor, 3b ........4
Wright, ss.........3
Grantham, lb ......4
Smith, c ..........3
Kremer, p.....3
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flee fly to Carey. Stan. Harr~is remain-
ed at second as Carey threw to third.
Stan Harris tallied the ran which
proved to he the deciding factor after
he raced home on Joe Harris' single
to left.
The box score:
Pittsburgh 'Nationals

Totals

.y4 3 8 *23 11 2{

b-Batted for Kremier in ninth.
Washintgtoni Anmercans

FARRELL SATISWFIED
Fifteen men finished yesterday
morning in the cross country trials
held for the determination of the team
for the Wisconsin meet, to be held at
Madison Oct. 12. Coach Farrell was
very much satisfied with the team's
showing. Callahan, the winner, fin-
ished in 19:42 and Thoits and Wag-
ner, tied for tenth place, doing the
three and one half miles in 21:55.
D~ue to this excellent showing, Coach
Fiarrell will doubtlessly take the first
IndaaOfca
Played Against
Michigan In '03
Zora E. Clevenger, athletic director
at the University Ot Indiana, played,
football against the Wolverines on
Ferry field twenty-two years ago
while he was an undergraduate at the
Hoosier school.
Cilevenger played half back on the
Hoosier grid team which faced Yost's
p~oint-a-minute eleven. Willie Heston,
all-time All-American footlball star,
led tho, Michigan team against the
Indliana eleven that afternoon. The
Wolverines ran up a score of 51-U
over Indiana.
VARSITY BASKETBALL

Bell Fied malu
Ben Friedman, whose passing went
a long way in winning the Hoosier
game yesterday afternocin and who in
the first quarter caught an Indiana
p~unt and ran 57 yards5 through a
broken field for ai touchdown. 7He
also kicked eight consecutdive goals
afteor touch dowXn, Stammnan kicking'

AF
Rice, ef......... ...
S. Harris, 2b ......3
Goslin, if ..........4
Judge, lb ..........3
J. Harris, rf ......4
Myer, 3b ...........3
Peckinpaugh, ss . ..4
Ruel, c ............ 3
Ferguson, n........2
xbeibold ...........0
zMcNeely ..........0
Marberry, p ........0
Totals..........30
*-Myer out when hi
in 7th.

The first ten men alone have a! elated of late over the team's pro-
chance of taking the Wisconsin jaunt spects, after today's showing, he i,
and only six men may enter the Con- even more enthusiastic and optimis-
ference race, which will be held here tic over Michigan's chances.
w ae
W ybe rpartial
to underwear
.cIsn't it true that most persons would bq# hor-
- rifled with the mere idea of wearing under-
wear more than a few days without having
it washed, yet unthinkingly wear a suit or
12 coat for weeks with only an occasional press-
ing-pressing which in time really presses
E= the surface dirt into the fabric?
Have your outer garments Mirazcleaned at
least once a month. They will be as clean
as your laundered underwear, and skilfull
pressing will restore the original shape.
Phone 4213 :.
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Hawkins ........ L.T...

Clifford I the only remainig one in the game.

Lovette ......... L.G.........Bishop,
Brown (Capt.) . .. C.......... Zaicher
Edwards....... R.G........ Be rn osklze
Oade.........R.T........... Fishers
Flora....... R.E......... NessellI
Friedman ......OMl.......... Salmi 1
Gilbert .....R.H.BC.. Marks, (Capt)
Gregory......L.1-1.13.......... Byers
Molenca.... .F3... ,...... Prucha~
Summnaries: Touchdowns--Gre goryj
(2). Oosterhaan (2), Gilbert, Fslora,j
Molenlda, Babcock, Friedman. Goals
after touchdown Friedman (8), Stain-
man.
Substitutes. Michigan'. Stamrnan
for 'Molenda, Grube for . Oosterbaan,
Pucklelwartz, for Friedman, Dewey!I
for Loveftte, Parker for Gilbert, Oos-
terbaan for' Grube, Mlolenda for Stamn-;
roan, S. Babcock for Parker, Palieir- I
ole for H-awk ins, Gable for Oade,
G1rinnell for Edwards, Schoenfeldt for'
B11row-Nn, Hloffman for Friedman, Mil-
ler for Gregory, 11. Webber for Oos-1.
terbaan. 'Indiana. Kelso for Zaicher,
Winston for Lanman, Courim for
133yrs, McCunnell fcr l'ruchza.I
Ileferee, Eckersall, Chicago. U~m-
pr Kennedy, Chicago. Field- Judge,I
Flay, ?Illinola. I-ead Linesman, Ilus-1

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GOLFTEAMBOWS BEFORE
DETRO[[ COUNTRY C[L1B
Michigan's, Var sit y golf team suf-
fered a 27 to 9 defeat,, at the hand1s
(of the nmore experienced Detroit
Country club teanm yesterday morn-
ling over the Barton Hills course.
.Excellent playing by Standish and
Carhartt, who both turned in cards
of 78 on a difficult course mlade more
so by coldl weather anid high windls.
The Detroit; team wont all of the
,iregle mlatches, except the last one
I viiich was won by Vyhe of Michigan.
ha~tstings, or tihe Maize and Blue team,!
also Playedl<a st~rong gamue and waii-
only beaters on the final green, when
IlToward Lee, of Detroit, sanik a forty
foot Putt.
Jarsecs Standis h defeated Feely six
aiv-l four, ILte de1reated ? hastings one!
UP, E ri iz1 t def at edConii n.fire and
Ia0 Js r ovr (0a dN ' . l.>a y the
.ute inargi ii, 3 g-dlled ~liQuirk,
t~r wl~ (me,10 awlI I; rtU,'(i0I1 of )1 E rI t

x-Batted for Ferguson in 7th.
z-Ran for Leibold in 7th.

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All men wishing to try out for
the Varsity Basketball squad
should report for practice at 7:30
o'clock Monday night, Oct. 12 at
Waterman gymnasium. Members
of last year's squad will be out-
fitted. All other candidates must
furnish their own equipment.
. J. Mather, Coach.

Score by Iuninrys-
Pittsburgh..........010 101
Washington ........001 001

20*0 ---4

Home runs--Goslin.
Three base hits-Traynor.
Two base hits-Judge.
Sacrifice hits-S. Harris; Marberry.
Sacrifice fly-Wright; Judge.
Double plays-Peckinpaugh to S.
'Harris to Judge; Moore to Grantha,1m.

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fouir and three. Basmer nbal-Of.rusn4
In the doubles, Standish and Lee of!
Dletroit defeated Feely and lHastings, Struck out-Fly Ferguson 4; Krem~-
Carf artt and H oover, Detroit, dlefeat-I er 4; Marberry 2.
od Connor and Newman, and Bargs
oHnd Purdon of -Detroit were defeated! , Although football Is holding the
byl two. ndVseo Mcignthree imeilghtat present, Iowa baseball
and twonimenar looking forward to the spring.
Coach Otto Vogel is holding practice
T ittle investment-big returns, The three times a weelz this fall, special
aily Classifieds.-Adv. stress being laid on batting.

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