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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1925

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GOSLIN GETS HOMERUNj
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 13.-Pittsburgh
evened up the count in the world
series here today by 'defeating the
Senators 3-2, Ed Moore's home runl
in the fifth inning giving the Pirates
the one run advantage.
Moore's circuit hit broke all series'
records for total home runs by two
clubs, it being the eleventh home
run thus far <and displacing the mark
bf 10 set up by the Giants and Yan-
kees in 1923.
Goose Goslin scored the first run
of the game in the initial frame when
he hit the ball into the right field!
stands, this being his third four base
hit of the'series, and his sixth in two
years, breaking his own record for
total home runs in championship
games.
The game proved to be a tight
pitching duel between Alex Ferguson,
of the Senators, who tamed the
Pirates in the third game of the
series, and Kremer, Manager Mc-
Kechnie's choice. Both twirlers gave
a splendid exhibition, Ferguson al-
lowing the Pirates seven hits, while
Krbner held the Senators down to
six safe blows. Ferguson gave way
to a pinch hitter in the eighth inning.
The American League represent-
atives counted a second run in the
second inning. Joe Judge, whose hit-
ting hias been a feature of the Sen-
ators' attack thus far, opening the,
stanza with a single. Bluege failed
in his attempt to sacrifice, and Judge
was thrown out at second. Peckin-
paugh then came tlrough with a
slashing double to right field,
Bluege scoring.
The Pirates tied the score in the
third inning, Moore starting off by
working Ferguson for a base on balls.
Peck took Carey's grounder too late
to get Moore, and Carey was also
safe. Cuyler sacrificed, Bluege to
Harris, Moore then scored while
Bluege was throwing out Barnhart at
first, Carey going to third. Traynor
then singled, sending Carey across
the plate. 0
Moore, first man up in the fifth,
scored the deciding run when he hit'
the ball out to the, scoreboard.
BOX ASCOR s
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AB
R ice, cf..........4
S. Harris, 2b.......3
S. Adams, 2b.......0
Goslin, If.........3
J. Harris, If4... 4
Judge, lb. . 4
Bleuge, 3b.........4
Pecklnpaugh, ss .. 3
Severeid, c........3
Ferguson, p2.......2
*McNeeley ........ 0
xLeibold........... 1
zVeach............ 1
Ruel, c............ 0
Ballou, p ......... 0
Totals.........32
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Ed Moor
Ed. Moore, youthful second base
star of the Pirates, who brought vic-
t6ry to his team with a home run in
the fifth inning of yesterday's contest,
thus making the series go the full
seven games.
PIRTES5 PURCHASE TWO
PACIFIC COAST PLAYERS
PITTSBURGIH1, Oct. 13.-The Pitts-
burgh Pirates were understood today
to have closed a deal with San Fran-
cisco of the Pacific Coast league for
the purchase of Hal Rhyne, star
shortstop, and Paul Waner, outfield-
er, at a reported price of $100,00'0,
and three players to be delivered
later.
Manager McKechnie admitted the
deal was pending but would not con-
firm it definitely, saying he had not
yet had a final conference with
Barney Dreyfuss, club president.
Rhyne and Waner have been two
of the most eagerly sought minor
league stars this season. At one time
it was reported the New York Yanks
Irad put through negotiations for
them.
DELTA PHI DOWNED BY
ACCA IN SPEEBBLL
Scoring one point on a long pass
from Lange to Kelly in the last thirty
seconds of play, Acacia beat Delta
Phi 5 to 4 in one of the fastest games
of the interfraternity speedball
lagues this year.
Both teams showed good form, and
it was either one's game until the
final whistle.
The results of the other games played
this week are: Alpha Delta Phi 5,
Pi Kappa Alpha 1; Phi Gamma Delta
9, Sigma Alpha Mu 2; Alpha Sigma
Phi 9, Delta Chi 4; Phi Chi 15, Sigma
Phi Epsilon 2; Phi Kappa 13, Tau
Epsilon Phi 3; Delta Alpha Epsilon
2, Alpha Chi Rho 1; Phi Kappa Sig-
ma 2, Phi Beta Delta 1.
PAD AND PENCIL TO BE
USED IN GID CONTEST
When Boston university and Brown
elevens meet on the new gridiron at
Providence on Nov. 7, the field judge
may not have to hold a watch, but
rather a pad and a pencil. Dr. Charles
Whelan has declared again, as he did
last season, that he is willing to try
out the play system for determining
the length of periods. R. W. P. Brown,
backfield coach and chief scout at
Brown and, in pre-war days, the fin-
est scout and strategist they have nad
At Harvard, is in favor of giving the
new plan a tryout. Coach Edward N.
Robinso is less inclinded to favor the
scheme.
"If one team is faster than the oth-
er, the fast team will be handicapped,"
says the veteran "'Robbie" of I3rown
football. l
However, the plan is under consid-
eration, and Robinson may be swung
around to the idea. If so, the game
will mark the first official intercolleg-
iate football contest ever played with-
out the watch.

1YOSTMEN DRILLIN
iISGONSIN PWYS
been pro
In res
Varsity Squad Again Put Through a issued t
Secret Practice on Ferry cdaring
Field a "pubil
plan to
LEAVE THURSDAY NIGH Champa:
famousc
Another secret practee, during sity of7
which a red jerseyed team, composed Ail s1
of players on the regular squad, ran1( All sea
hrough Wisconsin plays against the s the a
Varsity, constituted most of yester- test c:I
day's workout. They nu
During the first part of the after- I
noon tle ends and tackles ran through
all of tie pass plays not used in the I
Indiana game. Flora and Oosterbaan
worked at one end, Brown at center,(
Friednan at quarter, Gilbert and Bab-'
cock at halves, and Molenda at full-I HI
back.
The squad is having skull practice
every night this week, and after Initial tr
Thursday night's session, they will the Varsity
board the train, and at 11 o'clock at 2 o'clo
will leave for Madison. They will ar- courts, and
rive there at noon Friday, and will be
'taken to the Hotel Lorraine where the person
they will make their headquarters I represent t
while in Madison. in the spri
The squad will leave Madison at 9 With the
o'clock Saturday night, arriving in baum and
Ann Arbor at 8 o'clock Sunday morn- b
ing. year's cha:
The line will be the same as the one expected re
that faced Indiana with a possible ex- and Elliott,
ception of Oade at tackle, who was team, Michi
slightly injured last Saturday. If erful net a
Oade does not play, Babcock or Baer ence champ
will be sure to get into the game. The vete'
It is uncertain who will start in the to securet
backfield. Gilbert and Friedman are C. Hutchin
the most likely to start, the former be- and a memi
cause of his kicking ability, and the, department
latter ,because of his passing. Herrn-i ing d'efinite
stein, Parker, Gregory, and Babcock Layton S
are all in condition to begin play at star and n
the other half, while Stamman and strong addi
Molenda are ready for the call at full- other fresh
back. yet but the
With the possible exception of Wil- the first pr
son at center, Wisconsin will line-up In the e
the samre as last week. Polaski will man played
play left end, Kasiska, left tackle, ery other n
Lirson, left guard, Vonbrener, right on the tea
guard, Straubel, right tackle, and Bur- losses a p
ios left end. Crofoot will' be at quart- each man
erback, D. Harmon at left half, L. called outf
Harmon at right half, and Radke at sion. It i
fullback, policy willI
the nuinbe
SOUTH BEND, Oct. 13.-With the sity practi(
Army game but four lays away, ed. The C(
Coach Knute Rockne today sent hisIbe drawn u
gridders through a long hard scrim-
mage. The Notre Dame coach is pes- I MARQUE
simistic to the highest degree as to of Marquet
the outcome of the game. He fears ed captainr
his untried team may blow at any Normal foo
time. He has bee
games alr(
Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv. left tackle,

(aE lI()II)A , ocT%.u21
ATON, Oct. 13.-A "Rced"
holiday for Wheaton has
oclaimed for Oct. 24.
ponse to a proclamation
oday by the mayor de-
that Saturday is to be
ie holiday," residents
desert this town to go to
ign to watch Grange, its
citizen, lead his Univer-
Illinois football team
Michigan.
ats for the game, which
[nnual home-coming con-
Illinois, have been sold.
umber 68,000 . I
NET MEN 10
DO FIRST PRACTICE'
youts for fall practice on
tennis team will be held
ck today on the Varsity
should help to determine
nel of the team which will
he University of Michigan
ng.
return of Captain Krick-
Vose, letter men of last
npionship team, and the
turn in the spring of Crane
also "M" men of the 1925
igan should present a pow-
ggregation for the Confer-
pionship.
rans have been attempting
the services of Dr. Henry
s, formerly from the East,
ber of the Michigan English
last year, but as yet noth-
has been decided.
tephens, former freshman
numeral winner, will be a
Ation to the squad. . Of the1
hmen nothing is known as
y will probably appear for
actice today.
liminations last year each
d a regular match with ev-
member trying for a placer
am. From the wins and
ercentage was formed for
and the highest 15 were
for the regular spring ses-
s expected that this same
be used this year, although
r of men called for .ar-
ce Will probably be chang-
onference schedule will not
ir until after Christmas.
TTE, Oct. 13.-Carl Quelff,
te, was unanimously elect-
of the 1925 Northern State
otball team here yesterday.
n acting captain in the two
eady played. Guelff plays
a berth he held last year.

A i criczan A, .5sociatjxn Ttle
This Year

TWO YEAR CONTR ACi'
CHICAGO, Oct. 13.-A million dol-,
lars and a new pilot with a pennant#
scall) dangling at his belt will essay.
the revamping of the Chicago Cubs,
tail-enders in the National League.
The new manager is Joe McCarthy,
who guided the Louisville Colonels
to the American Association pennant
this year. lie has signed a contract
for two years at a reported salary
of $20,000 a year.
The money is the promise of Wil-
liam Wrigley, Jr., chief owner of the
Cubs.
"I'll shoot a million to put the Cubs
oyer the top in 1926," he says.
McCarthy will replace George Gib-
son who took the berth last summer
and who will be retained as coach
or in some other capacity, if he wish-
es to remain.
McCarthy has been mentioned in
connection with the managership everj
since Bill Killifer was relieved of the#
helm early in the season.
His retention by the Cubs is only
part of a rehabilitation plan, accord-
ing to Wrigley.
"If ability can put us over in 1926
we'll htave (that ability. What we
needed this year was hitters. We
led the league in fielding. Well,
we've bought four of the leading hit-
ters of the National, League. No, I
can't announce their names. When
the team makes its appearance next
spring, it will speak for itself."
McCarthy will assume his duties
after his return from the Pacificj
coast where he has taken the Colonels'
for a series with the -San Francisco
club.
He went to Louisville 10 years ago
as a second baseman and took the
reins in 1919, guiding the Colonels
to the flag in 1921 and 1925. He en-
tered baseball in Wilkesbarre, Pa.,
where he was obtained by the Buffalo,
Internationals and he later played
with Brooklyn in the Federal League.
MANISTEE, Oct. 13. - Manistee's
football team which decisively defeat-
ed Hart 99-0 here last Saturday is
claiming a high score record for IMfich-
ign ,high schools.
NFW YORK, Oct. 13.-Paul Berlen-
bach, light heavyweight champion, is
reported to be seriously considering
abandoning his favorite weight for
the next heaviest class.
Little investment-big returns, The
Daily Classifieds.-Adv.

MCCARTHY SIGNED
AS CLUB MNAGER

The

Records showing low many times CANTON, O., Oct. 13.-Jack Renault
each of the entries has run in prac- was too much for Marine Tolliver, of
tice will be kept 'as no man will be Wheeling, and Referee Davis stopped
allowed to compete unless he has run i their scheduled 12-round match at the
the course at least nine times. end of the fourth round.
Watch Page Seven for real values. Patronize Daily Advertisers.-Adv.

Goose Goslin, hard hitting outfield-
er of the Senators, hit his third home
run of the present series in the first
inning of yesterday's battle, the blowI
bringing his total of World series'
homers to six, breaking his own rec-
ord of four base hits in ;champion-
ship battles.
INTRAMUR AL HARRIERS
WILL START PRACTICE
Practice for the intertraternity and
all-campus cross country races will
start tomorrow and all men who
intend entering either of these con-
tests should report at 4 o'clock to the
locker room of Waterman 'gymnasiumn

Goshn Sets New
Mark With Sixthc
Series 'Home Run
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HARRIERS CHOSEN
FOR BADGER MEET
Squad to Leave Ann Arbor Tomorrow
Night ; Wil lReturn By
Sunday iMgh1t
COURMSE 3 MILES LONG
Nine men will leave Ann Arbor to-
morrow night to represent Michigan
in the dual cross country meet
against Wisconsin, which will be run
cuff Saturday morning at Madison. The
race will be run over a three mile
course due to the early date. The
men will start off promptly at 11:00
a. m. so as to be able to witness the
football game in the afternoon.
The squad to represent Michigan
will consist of those men who showed
up well in the trials held last Satur-
day, namely: Captain Callahan,
Reinke, Briggs, lornberger, Jung,
Pfluke, Hill, Baker and Iskenderian.
Coach Farrell and Manager Buick
will accompany the team, to the
Badger stronghold.
The team will leave Ann Arbor to-
morrow night and will arrive at
Madison Friday noon. After their
arrival the harriers will walk over
the course, so as to be familiar With
the layout the following (lay. The
Wolverines will leave Madison Satur-
day night and will return to Ann Ar-
bor Sunday morning.
Saturday's race will be the fourth
held between the two schools. In
Michigan's two previous visits to
Wisconsin she has been the victor.
Last year the tables were turned and
the Badgers gained a victory over the
Maize and Blue course. Coach Far-
rell feels very confident and it looks
very much as if the Michigan distance
men wil make the count three out of
four after Saturday's contest.

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Moore, 2b.........3
Carey, cf.........2
Cuyler, rf.........3
Barnhar't, if ....... 3
Traynor, 3b....... 4
Wright, ss ......... 3
M9cInnis, lb........4
Smith, c...........4
Kremer, p.........3

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Two bast hits-Peckinpaugh, Barn-,
hart, J. Harris.
Home runs-Goslin, Moore.
Sacrifice hits-Carey, 2; Cuyler.
Stolen bases-Traynor, McNeeley.
Struck out-By Kremer, 3; Fer-
guson, 6.
Base on balls-Kremer, 1; Fergul-
son, 2; Baliou, 1.
Double play-Judge unassisted.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 13.-Benny
Bass, of Philadelphia, last night was
awarded the judges' decision over Ed-
die Anderson, Casper, Wyo., at the
end of their 10-round bout.
MILWUAKEE, Oct. 13.-Ray Miller,
of Chicgo, outpointed Joey Sangor in,

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