PA E SIX
THE MICHIGAN DAILY
)NEsD , SETEMBER 30, 1925
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MICHGAN STATE PRIMED FOR Giles Shares V
WOEIN1ILJ AYith Freyberg
W1illiam B. Giles, winner of the Con-
$far from 1928 Freshman Grld Team lock, all-American tackle years ago, ference medal for proficiency in schol- If
SAdStreiigt t 11o0 arsity tossed aside his grid togs, paired with'asip d >nathletics, and star second te
t ~Tis Season j Roy Sp ekerman should furnish stiff baseman on the baseball tear, and a seo
opposition for the Wolverine choices, Richard 11. Freyberg, captain of the near?
COACH YOUNG HOPEFUL Edwards and Babcock. Edwards ver- 1926 track team were declared the e.
sus Haskins should be a battle worth joint winners of a hundred dollar
watching, prize awarded by the Board of Control concer
East Lansing, Mich., Sept. 29.-With At the guards, e acktt, Rummell A ago th
the inaugural battle with Adrian col- and Garver will fill the bill. Provid- Professor Aigler announced that the To
loge safely tucked away, all eyes at ing Hackett is not used at end, the prize is to be awarded yearly to any k ichi
Michigan State college are being turn- combination is likely to Hackett and member of any of the majcr sport ahead
toward terte hno ay wih Rummell. rhe center of the line i teams, football, basketball, track, As
Michigan Saturday. Coach Ralph the enter of a great deal of oppos-;baseball, and tennis who attains the coniti
Young and his assistants are driving tion with Vogel, reserve center last Iah selad inmshoarshi
their proteges hard in preparation for fall, Ames of Detroit and Eberbach of l hest rec rd scholarship. Mooes
the big battle of the season with the st.les, wo %completed his athletic
Wolverines. Lansing fighting for the berth. career last June, and now is in theb.e
Woveins.Flank Posiions are Weak Law school, received all A's in his last
Following the influx of one of the ( The ends are the only real prob- semester in tecliter llege. Fry-
biggest freshman classes in the his- mcnrntgte aemntrs semester in the literary college. Fr-
biget rshanclsesinth is-1m confronting the State mentor as berg also received an all A record ea
tory of the school and a galaxy of far as his line is concerned. Drew, nrh ary cee. a ch an an
real grid material, which is eligible a husky Adrian boy is almost a sure ton the liteiary college. Each man is
for cQnflict this falI, the feeling pre- bet for one of the flanks. Drew hails Stewart Hulse agraua f ten
Vails in the State camp that it is "now from Adrian where he cavorted atg atotheen-
or never". The State grid team this fullback in high school and won a gineering college last June narrowly wil
fall measures up to the fondest hopes, berth on one of Remington's all-state missed the prize getting all A's and N
yet Coach Young is anything but op- teams. He is a good tackler, fast in one B. And it
timistic of his chances with the Maize getting down field, and a bard man to strengt
and Blue. Despite the wonderful ma- getting how he will rate nil-by itss
terial on hand from the sophomore box. JustsF owh aenwill rae aog -w
class, the major portion of this ma- side Flora and Grube will have to bie! (f(Howe
settled Saturday. The other end is may gi
terial is green and untried on college Rein sought by "Pug" Anderson, Rmy
gridirons and the team takes the as- letterman last year, and Bohn Grim, great c
pact of an experiment. State track captain and speed mer- the Pir
State Has Strong Line chant. Grim has negotiated the 100 - when
This fall much of the strong line yard dash consistently in ten fiat and Wit approximately 50 fraternity
of the 1924 team line has returned he weighs close to 175 pounds. If he and several class teams already en- Kans
to debate the Wolverine's advance but can be made to utilize his strength tered, the annual interfraternity and that T
the bcakfield which swept the. Michi- and speed to good advantage, he all-campus speedball championship akea
gan forwards off their feet for three should develop into a whirlwind. races will get underway the first part needed
periods last year is missing. Chris Hackett, a regular at guard has of nxt week.
A sophomore combination is the also been used a great deal at end Eitries for fraternity teams will 'yungp
probable remedy for the loss of the and may get the call for the ques- close today, after which the houses may be
old State stars, Richards, Neller, tionable flank job. Should he get the will be divided into leagues, six or- be
Beckley, Schmyser, and Lioret. Les- assignment, he would be matched ganizations composing one league. The wheni
lie Fouts is the probable quarterback against Grube, a teammate of h3is winner in each league will be eligible Clev
cholce. Although he lacks experience back in high school days at Saginaw. for the elimination series which will GleveR
in fast company, the diminutive State Needam, another Saginaw man, who be hI'd at the end of the season to in 19
pilot seems to have won the hearts is a formidable reserve man at tackle, determine the champion. down
'of the Green and White mentors with Grimes, sophomore class president There is a possiblitiy that freshman I
his sqUirming and twisting for long and a guard, Lyman, a quarter,' andgroup teams will also be formed into team
gains through a crowd of determined Ross, a center are 'men who are k legue if the yearlings show suf- Sewe
tacklers, liable to see action before the final fcientt.interest in the sport to war- surron
%VanBuren, "all-state fullback in high gun., rant it.
school, seems the likely choice for the
fullback berth. He has proved a Ne j'' ' T San Francisco, Sept. 29 - Finland tlI
capable plunger who can be depended New Hotel T tBetook"a stride toward world athletic N N
pon for a few yards as well as a fair Built At WEaikiki supremacy today when Jonni Myrra
defensive back. broke his own javelin mark of 216
Smith is Star Punter ft. 10 3-4 inches. His new record is
, At the hl'fback berths, Jack Rh,, -Honolulu, Sept. 29. - In order to 224 ft. 11 Inches, a. betterment of 8
nudy -Boeringer and Paul Smith make room for the new $2,000,000 Roy- ft. Another Finn, Charles Hoff, is re-
-chine out aswState's best bets. With al Hawaiian hotel, the pavi'ion of the ported to have vaulted 13 ft 111-2 in- Coac
exception of Boehringer, all of :Ik.ches,ia new world's record. This mark ming m
men mentioned are second year Outrigger Canoe chib on Waikiki however, has not been officially af- the Un
len. Ruhl and Boehringer are both beach has been moved to another spot firmed. bor ye
dependable men in worming through on the beach. iwhere
the line or on plays around end. Bith The Outrigger club which was form- ing the
men demonstrated that they could ed for the purpose of receiving and FRESHMAN NOTICE sume h
pass in the Adrian game. Paul keeping up interest in the Hawaiian Capt
'Smith, an all-state halfback from Sag-, native sports of surf-board riding and All freshmen in the Literary of the
i4aw, 'looms as almost a sure starter outrigger canoeing is continually i- and Engineering colleges and in the sta
by virtue of toework. One of the ac- creasing its membership. Officials the Pharmacy school who have 1 compa
knowledged weaknesses of State say, that never in the history of niod- not classified for physical train- the firs
teams in the past has been the ab- ern Hawaii has interest in surf-board I ing sections should do so at once was he
sence of a reliable punter. Smith riding been as keen as at present. > at the director's office. Any
relieves the State coaches in this re- .-change of section must be made Last
spect. He has demonstrated that he Vera Cruz, Sept. 29. - Some two this week. Classes begin Oct. amateu
can hold his own in the majority of hundred armed workmen tenants and 8, and all those taking "gym" The sp
cases with rival booters and will chal- agrarians engaged in a demonstration are advised to secure their lock- Jpopulam
lenge the best the Michigan team has near Jalapa, shouting threats against ers now. leagues
to offer in kicking. Gov. Jara. They charged him with Dr. G. A. May.
Thlie State line, from end to enattempting to swing the coming SUB
should be on a par with the Michi- municipal election in his favor.
gan forward wall. Captain Don Has-
kins, who is rated as the best tackle
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By NORMAN BROWN
one could read the innermost thoughts of Manager Bill McKechnie
Pittsburg Pirates and Fred Clarke, his strategist, would one find the
f Johnny Rawlings giving them' the most worry as the world series
s a good bet at least that the accident to that veteran is giving them-
n. For with the snapping of Rawlings' ankle in a game some time
e team lost its best "money player."
Rawlings must go much of the credit for that late season spurt
sent the Pirates into the lead and then carried them far enough
of the Giants to outdistance the four-time champions.
has been chronicled before Rawlings warmed the bench until
ions forced Manager McKechnie to send the vef second and Eddie
to the outfield. The Pirates' spurt had its inception in the first few
the team played after Johnny entered the .lineup.
Now Rawlings will be lost to the team for the coming melee
ith the Senators. It's a good bet that :MeKechnie would have
arted Rawlings as second in theseries mainly because of his "luck"
d his ability to play best with the stakes high. . Had the Pirate
sses decided to keep Moore at second they would have felt easy
the thought that Rawlings 'was there on the bench rarin' to go
ow the team will take the field minus its best infield reserve man.
is an old adage that the ference in the settings of a minor lea-
'h of a team can be reckoned gue or college game and a major lea-
second defense. gue affair. Sewell found himself play-
ever, the injury to Rawlings ing with strangers, before from 10 to
ve Lafayette Thompson his 15 thousand strange faces a day.
His wild heaves to first in the first
hance. This is the youngster game were costly. This distance be-
ates recalled from Kansas City tween the first sack and the big steel
the accident to Rawlings left stands no doubt confused him. Then
hort-handed for infielders he found that there was a big differ-
as City scribes and fans say ence between turning back college
hompson's chief asset is un- boys and big league batters, with their
Rogers Hornsby, successful playing
manager of the St. I ?-is Ca rdinais,
and champion batter of the Natioi
league, is almost certain to be crown-
ed the2home run king of the majors
The star second sacker, who has
been plugging along, being content to
boost his batting average tor the covet-
ed .400 mark, put some distance to two'
of his wallops the other day and ran.
iis total up to 39.
Bob Meusel of the Yankees is
Hornsby's nearest rival, 'kith 32 four
base hits to his credit. Meusel ha
been leading his brother, Irish, of the
Giants, a merry race and the latter
Knee to Keep Parker Out
Of q1pemin- gContest
has been unable to stretch 1
Babe Ruth, the demon swatt
the Yankees, is making a desl
drive to get close to the leaders.
hit two home runs on Monday
l brought his total to 24.
The American league leader
their totals follow: Meusel, N. Y
Williams, St. Louis, 25; Simmons,
adelphia, 24; Ruth, N. Y., 24.
The National league leaders
thier totals follow: 1Tornsby
Louis, 39; Hartnett, Chicago, 24
tomly St. Louis, 21; Meusel, N. 5
Fournier, Brooklyn, 21; Kelly, G
19; Wright, Pittsburgh, 18; C
L Pittsburgh, 18.
GREGORY PROVES STAR
Coach Yost sent his gridders
through another hard practice yes,
terday on Ferr y field in preparation
fr the opening game Saturday against
Michigan State college.
During the first part of the after-
noon, the coach gave out some new
pass formations for use in the game,
followed by a drill in those, forma-
tions, and topped off the afternoon
with a half hour scrimmage.
It is considered likely that many of
the men who played in the Blue line-
up will be seen in action Saturday.
Gregory at one of the halfback posi-
tions furnished the thrill of the, day,
when he caught a pass from Fried-
man and scored after a twenty yard
run for the lone score of the scrim-
mage. The remainder of the Bflue
backfield was composed of Molenda
at full and flerrnstein at right .half.
A number of new faces were seen
in the Blue line. Oosterbaan looked
good at left end. MacIntyre was ,at
left tackle, Hawkins at guard, Schoen-
feldt at center, Edwards at right
guard, Oade at right tackle, and Flora
at right end.
The final meeting of the eligibility
committee will die held tonight. This
meeting is held every year to assure
the authorities that every man is
The last scrimmage before the
State game will be held today at the
usual time and a final effort will be
made to put finishing touches on punt-
ing and line play.
Vic Domhoff is still on crutches, but
the trainers hope to have bim, in
shape for the Illinois game. Fred
Parker another backfield man on the
injured list will not be able to play
until the Indiana game.
,be courage. This is what is
more than anything else in a
player who is thrown into the
the way Thompson was and
again in the world's series.
ey Sewell had that courage
he was summoned by the
land Indians to fill ihe shoes
ay Chapman one August day
20 when Chapman was struck
by a'pitched ball as his
was fighting its way to the
I1 found himself in strange
ndings. There is a vast dif-
flashy getaway at home on infield hits.
But while impetuous and overzeal-
ous fans criticized him and papers
chronicled his errors Sewell kept his
nerve. In the quietude of the morning
workouts Manager Speaker helped him
correct a fielding fault that slowed
up his throws to first. Joey elimin-
ated the practice of taking a short
jumpstep as he threw. This enabled
him to whip the ball to first a frac-
tion, of a second faster.
And within a few weeks lie had
wen his place as one of the bright-
est shortstops of the game.
Badger Star End
Madison, Wis., Sept. 29.-Leo Harm-
on, '24, fullback, -on the Wisconsin
football team, is eligible to play this
season. George Kittle, athletic di-
rector, announced yesterday that Har-!
mon, whose punting ability is a big
asset for the Badgers, had been de-
clared eligible by a Western Confer-
Geneva, Sept. 29.-The annual elec-
tion by the League of Nations as-
m ly of ha i n -ar nt
NTO RESUME UTIES TICKET SALE FOR M9ST WMISH GM PNDT UC
i Matt Mann, Varsity swim- Tickets for the opening game with
entor and director in charge of Michigan State college, to be played
[on pool, returned to Ann Ar- Saturday afternoon on Ferry field, are
sterday from Chipoki, Ontario, now on sale at the athletic offices and
he conducted a boy's camp dur- can be obtained until game time Sat-
summer months. He will re- urday afternoon.
is duties immediately. Reports have wended their way
ain Gow and several members I about the state to the effect that all
swimming team were down to tickets for the game with Coach
tion to meet the coach and ac- Young's team have been sold, and
hied him to the Union, where ialumni have made frantic appeals for
t informal practice of the year tickets.
ld. i.Harry Tillotson reports that tickets
for the Indiana and Minnesota gams
year Canada had over 7000 are also still available, although in-
r hockey players registered. dications point to the entire lot for
ort has consistently gained in the Gopher contest being sold. Box
rity since the development of seats for the Navy and OhiosState con-
3. tests are still available.
Last year Michigan's eleven played
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sited in no change. Andy Smith's California'Bears take
the field Saturday against Santa
Clara they will meet the famous
in the history of the sport, and there Notre Dame shift. Adam Walsh, for-
is great likelihood that the record will mer All-American center under
be sumassed this season. Rockne, is beginning his career at
Santa Clara as head coach. Walsh
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