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-G I2 THE MICHIGAN DAILYs:

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ALEXANDER PITCHES

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VICTOR Y

Bell Ties Another Series Itecord By3
Driving In, Four Runs With
Homer, Tw~vo Singles

I FOOTBALL SrTATISTICS: I

TWO MEMERS OF SERIES TAMS
j ARE KEPT ON BENCH BY INJURIES

Yards gained on rushes
from scrimmage ...
First downs........
Passes attempted..
Passes completed .._.
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PLAY FINAL_6AME TODAY!;
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YANKEE~ STADIUM, NEW YORK, P Aeagte
Oct. r9.-Grover Cleveland Alexander, eate
veteran National League pitcher', Pna.i
hurt~d the St. Louis Cardinals to a ---
10-2 victory in the sixth game of the
world series here today, holding theE Thevenow,
Yankees to eight hits, while his mates1 Alexander,

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were pounding Shawkey, Shocker, and{r
Thomas for 13 safeties, six of which Totals ......
Waent for extra bases.
This was Alexander's second bril- New Y
liant performance of the series, hay- I .
ing pitched a shutout in the secondj Combs, cf ........ .
game played last Sunday in the Yan- Koenig, ss ........
kee stadiuhm. Yesterday's win places-;Ruth, rf ..........
himi along side of Herb Pennock who I Meusel, If........

35 10 12 27 fl, 2
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MARYLAND FALLS BEFOR1
VARIED CHICA6iO ATTAUi
(By Associated Press)
STAGGC FIELD, CHICAGO, Oct. 9.-
Chicago used two full teaims and vari
ed football to defeat the University o
Maryland here today, 21 to 0. Ti,
first touchdown came in the firs
quarter on a long pass, after whicl
the Terrapins held the Maroon of fens,
ineffectual, until the closing minute
when Chicago's consistent drive at thL
line added 14 points.
Maryland was on the defensive mos
of the game and an effort at offensiv
attack met with discouraging reverses
I OHIO STATE WIN S, 47.0
(By Associated /Press)
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Oct. 9.--Ohi(
State's western conference tean
smothered Ohio Wesleyan 47 to 0 it
the Ohio stadium here today befor(
45,000 persons. It was the wore
drubbing the Buckeyes have admin-
istered to the Battling Bishops 'in sev
eral years.. Captain Marty Karoy
rambled 77 yards for one touchdown
and the fleet Byron-Eby of Chillicothf
f carried the ball 43 yards at one time
and 67 yards at another time for twc
touchdowns.
FR~ESHMIAN GYM CIASSFS
All freshman groups will be-
gin the required physical tl ain-
ing practice for merf on Monday,
j Oct. 11. Freshmen who have-not-
Jjalready classified should do so
immediately at 'Waterman gymi-
nasium, and arrange for lock-
ers and the necessary equipment.
DR. GEORGE. A MAY.

F NAVY' MAINTAINS CLEAN SLATE-BY.
K DEFEATING DRAKE ELEVEN., 24-7
A {By Associated Press} through with Drake's -only- touchdown
A INNAPOLIS, Md., Oct. 9.-Navy at the opening of the, fourth and added
of turned back its second mid-westernI the point with his own toe.
le invasion today, defeating Drake uni-
st versity 24 to 7. Purdue was sent 4j- IDJANA BEATS iEN-TUJCI(Y
h home with trailing pennons last week.
se Thel weight of the Iowa line, aver~-(BAsoaedPss
Stoin resortouands ovred attack.dNavy BLOOMINGTON, "1nch., Oct. 9.-I n-
agings185 ouands ovred athecMiddivydiana university repulsed an invasion
completed 10 of 15 air passes. The[I from a border neighbor today,. defe*4-
se1big hine broke in the final quarter, iug Kentucky university.14 to 6. held
when slippery Howard Caldwell, sub- scoreless in the first half, Indiana
S. stituting at fullback for Ransford, shot soe wc ntels af ent
through 65 yards in seven successive - and Moss going over for touchdowns.,
thrusts, for Navy's final score. }
E e et wh re l c dC p an yao quarter , for Drake shortly after th el FA CULITY 8II CLASSES
rn start of the game, starred consistent-
in ly. Long runs back of punts, sensa-; Beginning with next week, the,.!.j
,e tional tackles and smashing line plun-? advanced faculty swimming class . o
t ges made him the threat of the Drake will meet every Monday and Fri-
~backfield. day nookn promptly at- 12:15 o'-
r Navy scored first, when a forward I clock. The classes will be of. 305
wpass,. Ransford to Lloyd, advanced theJ minutes duration. 4
ajBlue 30 yards and Ransford circled Coach Matt Mann, Varsity i
ie left end for 10 yards and a touch- , swimming coach,'hsaragd
e down. Tom Hamilton's goal added the plans for a. beginners' class fori
'o point. members of the University- fa.-;
The thud of the kickoff scarcely had 1 ulty. This class will meet, every:
"faded when Navy was again in scoring Wednesday at 12:45 o'clock.
position. Hlannegan tossed a pass ____________________
from the 40 yard line to Hamilton,
Swho sprinted 20 yards to the -goal. _________
1amilton again converted with a drop W0U1NiW
...,Nav added three points in the thirdBytitmevron
1quarter when Hamilton- drop-kicked !I1 iQWs that
a fiield goal after Hannegan had been, Rider's den Shp
Ithrown 'for a 10 yard loss near the
I posts, gives pen service
Two forward passes placed the pig- not founds elsewhere.
Iskin a foot from the Navy goal at the.
_ end of the third quarter. E~verett cut Service

has won two games for New York and
puts the Cards in a tie with the Yan-
kees," each having won three of thej
contests.
Lester, Bell, Cardinal third base-
mn, who. emerged. from a batting
slump Thursday, went on a hitting
rampage today tieing another world
series record by driving in four runs
in one series game. His single in the
first inning scored two runners while
his homer in the seventh accounted
for two more tallies.
For the first time, the Cardinals
showed their slugging power and
started off with three runs in the firstr
inning on solid hitting. Again in the
seventh frame, the Cards turned loose
a~ powerful attack to 'score five morel
tallies on two singles, two dloubles,
and a home run. The latter rally was,
niot needed as the three run lead given
him at the start was more than Alex-
ander needed. Alex struck out six
batters and allowed two bases on
b~alls. He held the Yanks at bay in f
all but the fourth and seventh, one
run being scored off him in each of
these innings, although the latter one
was mainly the result of misplays by
Bell.
Holm sent a single to right field to
open the game, but Southworth forced
hir at second. ,Ii1ornsby ,then drew a
pass and "Southworth scored on Bot-Ii
tomley's double to left. H~ornsby andj
Bottomley also counted on Lester I
iBell's sharp single to left. Hatey and
O"Farrell fanned to end the Cardinal
first inning.
The seventh and final game will be
played here today.

Gehrig, 11)........
Lazzeri, 2b........,
Dugan, 3b....
Severeid, -c .......
xS. Adams....
*Collins, c.....
Shawkey, p....
Shocker, p....
xxPaschal ..........
Thomias, p.....
xxxRuether.......

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*Totals ..........36 2 8 27 13. 1
xran for Severeid in seventh.
xxbatted for Shocker in seventh.
rxxxbatted for Thomas in ninth.
St. Louis .........,..300 0Q10 501-10
'Yankees........ ....000 100 100- 2
Two base liits-Bottomley 2, Meusel,
South worth, Hafey, Combs.
Three base hits-Memsel:, South-
worth.
Hlome run-L. Bell.
Stolen base-Ruth.
Double plays-GGehrig to Koenig;
Southworth to Thevenow.
Base on balls-Off Alexander 2;
off Shawkey 2..
Strucl out-By Alexander 6,; hw-
key 4.
Hits-Off Shawkey, 8 in 6. 1-3 1n-
nings; Shocker 3 in - nig
Thomas 2 in 2 inunigs.
Winningptcler-=Ale x dxer; leas-
Umpires--O'Day (N. L.) plate; Hil!-
debrand, (A. L.) first base; Klein,
(N. L.) second base; Dineen, (A. L.)
third base.
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Twp world series cripples are c ommiserating each other on their in-
ability 'to shaire ,the glories: the~ir teammates are winning in the classic. They
are. Outfleloei ',Ray Blades. (left) of the Cardinals, and Catcher Benny. Ben-
gongh' of. h Yankees. Blades had a bad knee and Bengough's arm was
broken just before~ th~e beginning of t he seric:4. The final game to decide
the ch iplobsisp will be played today at New York.

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9TAT,1 'C0 LEOE, Pa.-Hugo Bez-
dek, athletic dir-ector: at Pennsylvania
Ma~te college,. for years has, been a
firm, believer in the abolition, of or-
ganuized fpotb~, sCUtlg.
Stanford4 is "qAflcia~lly credi ted with
having tlh eaviest coaching staff in
thie country. "Pop" Warned: weighs in
at 239 pound4s; ThdArnhilat 23., pounds
aad Wixterburn at 229 pounds.
WAS 11W WART ADS

AMHERST, Mass.-Amherst college
will continue the football schedulec
of six remaining game s at the request
of the family of Alfred B. Primm, Jr.,
who died here Sunday from a spinal
fracture sustained in a scrimmage.
St. Louis.-Bab~e Ruth received 384{
telegrams of congratulation, as the re-
sult of dais ,"three-home-runs-in-one-
game record.
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