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THE -MICHIGAN DAILY

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Michigan State
Holds Two, Wins
Over Wolverines!
When the Wolverines line up on)
,Ferry field Saturday to battle the
SMichigan State college eleven in the
twe.ntieth meeting of the two teams,
the Michigan football squad will en-
deavor to annex its eleventh con-
secutive victory over the East Lan-j

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R % |an GPirate Twirler
TRACK IVILN START '1
Shines Despite
Age Of 43 ears
Workout Will be Light Until End of
Football Seasonl $hen Real
w ' irk Will Begin
SHRAVESEND MISSING
Coach Farrell's proteges of the cin- d

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sing aggregation.
Michigan's Varsity football team Records show that the Wolverines
will iold their final scrimmage of the have won ten games from the State
week this afternoon at Ferry field, team in the last ten ears. Since 189i
prior to the invasion of Ann Arbor when the two teams met for the first
by Coach' Young's State college grid- time, M. S. C. has won only two
ders on Saturday. The practice to- games. The first victory was scored
morrow will consist of only a light in 1913, when the Aggies scored 12
signal practice. points to 7 of Yost's men. The last
During the first part of yesterday's victory on record for the Lansing
session Coaches Wieman and Cappon eleven is in 1915 when the Maize and
worked with fullbacks and guards, Blue team was defeated 24 to 0. Mich-+
drillng them in taking out opposing igan has scored 545 points against 55

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are wprkiing out three times a weelkI
indoors at the field house. Twenty
men consisting of weight men and
hurdlers are working out now and
the remainder of the squad will be
seen in action by the end of the week.
IDue to the football bleachers the
field men are unable to work out on
the track and in the pits, and their
efforts are confined to the field house.
The fall practice will continue till the
end of the -football season.
Munz and Doyle of last year's team
are busily engaged putting the shot
and are in good form considering theI
early date. Shravesend, one of Mich-
igan's best discus men, has not re-
turned to school. McCaffrey of last
year's squad is in good shape and has
reported to Coach Farrell. The team
is severely handicapped on account
of the dearth of weight material re-
porting from last year's freshman
aggregation. Cooper, of the freshman
team is showing to advantage in the
hurdles as is Snyder, an old Varsity
man. Northrup is continuing his
marked success with the -javelin sand
improving rapidly.
The fall practice merely tends to
keep the men in some sort of shape
and to give Coach Farrell an idea of
his material. Even though the rest
of the track prospects and team mem-
liers. will be outin a few days, no
serious track .work will be begun
until the football season ends.
Madison, Wis., Sept. 30.-The gates
of Camp Randall remained closed to'
the Public tonight while Coach GeorgeI
Little continued secret practice of the
plays that the Badgers will employ
Saturday against Iowa State. Earl
Wilke, center, whose knee was injured
a week ago, was over the ball again
tonight in the formation practice. Leo
Harmon, declared eligible yesterday, {
held down his last year's position at

(By Associated Press)
Pittsburgh, Sept. 30.-Sixteen years
ago, on a cold October day, there
came into everlasting baseball fame a
bulky Missouri ploughman, for the'
moment one of the great moundmen
of the day-Charles (Babe) Adams.
Detroit had won the American
! league pennant that year, 1909, and
Pittsburgh the National, but the Pi-
rates' pitching staff had crumpled at
the last-with one exception, Adams
a first year man, had won two games
and stood on the mound at Detroit
in the final struggle, facing another
famous righthander of that day-the
late "Wild Bill" Donovan who was
killed in the Twentieth Century Lim-
ited wreck while on his way to attend
the baseball league meetings in 1923.
With Detroit was the great Tyrus
Raymond Cobb of Georgia, still great
after 20 years; the powerful Sam
Crawford and a string of other dan-
gerous batsmen. But Adams carried
the series and the world's champion-
ship to Pittsburgh by permitting only
six hits, materially aided by bow-
legged, fighting Hlans Wagner who
seemed to be everywhere at once.
Pittsburgh scored eight runs for a de-
cisive conquest in this seventh and
final game.
Today Babe Adams, now 43 years
old, stands ready to pitch his heart
out for another Pittsburgh triumph
in world's series combat and the sen-
timent of the Pirate fans very likely
will draw him into action in at ieast
one of the game. His arm has not
the stamina of old but his courage
and skill remain.
Babe has had a notable career.
Born in Tipton, Ind., in 1882, he went
with his father to Mt. Moriah, Mo.,
in early life. His father was a tiller
of the soil and so was Babe until his
work as pitcher for his home town
Haymakers came to notice:. The Par-
sons team of the Missouri Valley,
League picked him up in 1905 and he
won 30 out of 40 games, enough to
attract the attention of the St. Louis

Glover Eliminated
From All-Campus
E SS BOX Golf Tournament
Fred Glover, winner of last year's
came a hero, with 38 victories out of fall all-campus golf tournament, was
50 games, and Pittsburgh snatched eliminated from the present tourna-
him away for a short trial ini 1908.1 lmntdfo h rsn o ~
Then again le went to Louisville and j ment yesterday afternoon by Bob
pitched so well that lie came back to Hastings, runner-up to Glover last
the Pirates to stay. year, 5 and 4.
After his remarkable work in the T. Goodspeed, Jr., defeated J. T. By-
world's series in 1909, Adams remain- bee in an extra hole match on the
ed for a long time in Pittsburgh, but twentieth hole, this match being-ex-
finally failed in 1917 'and departed ceptionally close all the way. Good-
for the lower leagues. But he pitched speed achieved his victory going two
remarkable ball for Hutchinson of the extra holes. Frank Werner defeated
Western and Kansas City offered him John Berglin 6 and 5 and Robert New-
an opportunity. It was the road back man beat C. W. Pfaffman 3 up in the
to fame, a road few major leaguers other two matches in the upper
have traveled. The veteran conquer- lbracket.
ed Columbus twice in the season of( In the lower bracket, Captain Fred
1918, allowing one hit each time, to Feely defeated Buell Quirk, 3 and 2,
show he was back in form. this match being featured by good and
The latter part of the season saw bad golf that kept the match' closes.
him return to the Pirate fold and re- Ralph Cole won from H. Krave 3.and
main there. In his career in the ma- 2 by playing a steady game. G. O.
jors lie has pitched in 2,476 innings, IBegg defaulted to Elbert Vyse and R.
equal to 275 full games. This season Waterbury defaulted to Addison Con-.
he has participated in a dozen con- nor in the other two matches.
tests, winning as many as he has lost. The second round matches are to be
played off on or before Saturday. The,
matches are as follow :-Frank Wer-
Cambridge, Mass., Sept. 30.- Stiff ner-Robert Newman; Robert Hast-
scrimmage for the Harvard varsity I ings-T. Goodspeed; Ralph Cole-El-
football squad were the order today bert Vyse; and F. J. Feely-Addison
and will continue tomorrow. Leo Connor.
Daley, last year's best guard, has C
been placed on the right side of the olms, 0., e 0 e Karo
Crisonlin. Enes Ganace, hopromising half back, received a serioik.
Crimson line. Ernest Gamache, who leg injury when he was tackled by his
has been one of the sub canters,'isbrother, Marty Karow, regular fall
now being tried as a prospect for end. back as he was returning a punt.
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FRATERNITY SPEEDBA1L
SOKELULEDFOR MONDAY-
Interfrater~lity speedball, marking
the opening of the fall program of
intra-mural sports, 'will start Mon-
day. Entries closed yesterday after-
noon and with forty-eight fraterni-
ties signed up competition should run
strong.
The first games will be played Mon-
day at 3:30 o'clock on south Ferry
field. All teams, when arriving on
the field should report 'to Charles Os-
borne, who will supervise the field
activities this year. Each team must
furnish a time keeper. Schedules for
the next week's games will be sent
to all the competing fraternities to-
night by the Intramural department.

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Charles (Babe) Adams
Star Pirate moundsman, whose sen-
sational work in the box gave Pitts-
burgh the World series in 1i09. Adams
defeated the Tigers three times inj
that memorable series.
first string full back. Lloyd Larsons
who was used in the line last night in
an effort to develop another center,
was returned to his regular place as
half back tonight.

London, Sept. 30.-Scotland's grain Cardinals. After spending half of the
crops are so bountiful that many season on a St. Louis bench he was
farmers held thanksgiving services in sent to Louisville and thence to Den-
the open fields. ver. In the Colorado capital he be-

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Champaign, Ill., pt. 30. - Red Sullivan Seeks
Grange was 'n 11 today when he Ring Candidates
led the Illi s 'to .victory over
Ahe varsity a regular game,
arrayed by Zuppke to give his candi- Boxers, especially men who have
dates a thorough st. He made one had experience in the ring, are want-
long run th i1e seconds for a ed by Ted Sullivan, boxing instruc-
score and in'general showed up well. I tor, to groom for the coming Michi-
Zuppke used Mitterwallner at center, gan State A. A. U. boxing contests.
Kuenzlj and_..ickhorst at guards, The contests, which will be held in
Grable, Ree n-1uegge at tackles, all parts of the state, wilJ start soon,
Kassel n ends, Hall, Green so men are urged to begin training
p the back field, at once. Michigan entries, who have
Nebras re used by the sec- always been in the finals, won the
onds. championship last year. Sullivan
itIIIlfl ittuI will be in the boxing room, in the
Iowa City, Ia., Sept. 30.-Arkansas basement of Waterman gymnasium,
plays used by Coach Rollie Williams' every- afternoon this week to meet
freshmen puzzled the Iowa varsity to- men interested.
night. Iine smashes found the weak
spots that Coach Ingwersen has not Milton Sills has just signed a new
yet been able to bolster, and the frosh three year contract with First Na-.
backs went through for good gains. tional.

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