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PEN CIT EIN (1HCA(x S EIES, 1-0
MATE TO VICT R~h(By Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Oct. 2-Percy Jones
southpawed the Cubs to a 1 to 0
victory over the White Sox in
Outshines Sherdel And Haines B fore the third game of the series in a
Record-Breaking Crowd At pitching battle against Tommy
Yankee Stadium Thomas, the former Baltimore
star. The Cubs now lead in the
YANKEE STADIUM, NEW YORK, titular series, two games to one.!
Oct. 2.-Herb Pennock pitched mas- _ _
terful bail here this afternoon to let 1
SHolm, rf ..... 1" 0 0 D 0 0
the Cardinals down with three' hits, Horsby, 2h.. 4 0 0 3 2 .0
while his Yankee mates were batting Bottomley, 1b....... 4 0 2 10 0 0
out six safeties for a 2-1 victory in L. Bell, 3b.......... 3 0 0 1 1 1
the first game of the World's series. Hafey, if......... 4 0 0 5 1 0
Pennock was opposed by two St. O'Farrell, e........ 2 0 0 1 1 0
Louis pitchers, Wee Willie Sherdel Thevenow, ss.......2 0 0 1 7 0
acid Big Jess Haines, the latter turning Sherdel, p......... 2 0 0 1 2 0
back the Yankees in the eighth inning IFlowers............1 0 0 0 0 0
without trouble, after Sherdel retired haines, p .......... 0 0 0 0 0 0
for a pinch hitter. -- - --- ---
Both teams started off well to take Totals ...........29 1 3 24 14 1
a run apiece in the first inning. Don- New York
thit, lead-off man for the Cardinals, All R H PO A E
opened the 'game with a double to Combs, cf......... 3 1 1 2 0 0
right field and scored on Bottomley's Koenig, ss .........4 0 1 0 4 0
scratch single after Southworth and Ruth, rf ...........3 1 1 1 0 0
Iornsby had gone out at first. The Meusel, if.......... 1 0 0 3 0 .4
.nly other hit made off Pennock wasbGehrig, 1b .........4 0 1 .14 0 0
a single by Bottomley with one out ILazzeri, 21........ 4 0 1 0 4 0
in the ninth. Dugan, 31)......... 3 0 1 1 3 0
New York took advantage of Sher-,Severeid, c......... 3 0 0 6 1 0
del's wildness in the first frame when Pennock, p.......2 0 0 0 3 0
Combs scored on an infield out after __p_.__._. __._.
the Cardinal ,hurler had filled the Totals...........27 2 6 27 15 0
bases on passes. -
The other Yankee tally was made in St. Louis Nationals ...100 000 000-1
the sixth on solid hitting. Ruth !New York Americans. .100 001 00x-2
opened the inning with a single pastl
Bell. Meusel sacrificed, Ruth taking I Summaries: Holm batted for South-
second on the play. Gehrig's sharp I worth in 8th. Flowers batted for
hit to right sent Ruth in with the I Sherdel in 8th. Two-base hit-Dou-
winning run. Lazzeri singled also, thit. Sacrifices-Pennock, Meusel,
but the scoring was over for the after- Thevenow. Double play-Thevenow,
noon and rain again ,threatened. Hornsby and Bottomley. Left on
A record breaking crowd, estimated bases-St. Louis 5; New York 7. Bases
at 65 000, saw the game, which though on balls-Off Sherdel 3 (Combs, Ruth,
spectacular was a hazy spectacle, Meusel); off Haines 1 (Meusel) off
rain threatening several times in the Pennock 3 (L. Bell, O'Farrell, Dou-
afternoon. The two teams will op- thit). Struck out-By Sherdel 1 (Laz-
pose each other at the Yankee stadium zeri); by Pennock 4 (Sherdel, Bottom-
today, and then will meet in St. Louis ley, Bell and Hafey). Hits off Sherdel
for the third game of the series on 6 in 7 innings; off Haines 0 in 1; win-
Tuesday. ning pitcher, Pennock; losing pitcher,
BOX SCORE Sherdel. Umpires-Dipeen (A. L.),
St. Louis plate; O'Day (N. L.), first base; Hil-
AB R H PO A E debrand (A..L), second base; Klem
tDouthit, cf ..... 4 1, 1 1 0 0 (N. L.), third base. Time of game,
Southworth, rf .... 3 0 0 1 0 0 148.
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ON THE SIDELINES

y Wilton A. SimPson;
Franklin Cappon, a member of
Yost's coaching staff last y.ear and
former Michigan football star, has
virtually placed a bomb in the Univer-
sity of Kansas by his strong denunci-
ation of the lack of interest in athle-
tics. "Cappy," as he was called at
Michigan, scored the apathy of the
Kansas students in an article written
for the college paper, stating that no
football coach could be satisfied with
a squad of only 45 candidates for the
Varsity team at a large state univer-
sity,
In his statement Ct'sppon said:
"Wily, when I coached a little
school. at I ecora 4 Iowa, I had
60eregular ?candidates and there
were:only imeni n the
school. Here with at: least six
times: -ha.malA1c there are fewer
Caen ,'fighting for places on the
team."
If he instills as much spirit into the,
Kansas student body as he did into
the Michigan backfheld last fall, it will
not be long until we hear that more
than. 75 men have reported for the
Kansas Varsity'
In comnientIng on the relative
strengthof-the team which played
for Michigan last year and the one
which faced the Oklahoma Aggles
yesterday, Coach Yost said: "It is,
quite unreasonable to expect the
same things this year of Michi-
gan's team that occurred last
year." Wten ,Captaln Friedman
led. the > Wolverines onto Ferry
field yesterday there were only
four regulars from last year's
championship eleven.
The loss of Edwards, Brown, Haw-
kins, Babcock, Gregory, Gilbert, Baer,
and Lovette has left only the shell
of "the greatest team Yost ever
coached." The "old man" said, "a
combination like Edwards Hawkins,
Babcock, Baer, Brown comes only
once in a lifetime."

3liclhigan's chalpionship holies
are founded In the development of
the new nien and their actiou u-
der the keenest Conference couipe-
tition the Wolverines have ever
been scheduled to face. Wiscon.
sin, Minnesota, Ohio State and
Illinois are; ranked as the strong-
est teams in the Conference this
season and )Iicligan is scheduled
to meet them all.,
"Germany" Schultz, a member of
Yost's point-a-minute team, and Mich-
igan's first all-American center, was
.on the sidelines yesterday holding a
yardstick for the head linesman. Bob
Brown, captain of last year's team,
also aided with the lines.
Where, oh, where was the lariat
thrower who was scheduled to
appear between the halves at
Ferry field yesterday? Who can
tell maybe the local police
"roped" hiut in.
The facial makeup of the Oklahoma
i players is -an old time baseball trick,
to prevent the perspiration from blur-
ring theri vision. Their eyes were
not blackened by rough playing as
some are wont to think. The Michi-
gan game was the first opp~onent for
the Aggie eleven.
Little Remains
S Silent In /Rw
With Meanwell
(By Asociated Press)
MADISON, Wis., Oct. 2.-Dr. Walter
E. Meanwell, University of Wisconsin
basketball coach, and George Little,
director of athletics, today declined
to confirm or deny a report that the
former was "through" as the result
of disagreement over basketball play-
ers trying out for football.
One report indicated Meanwell ob-
jected to three men seeking places on
the football squad.,

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FORCINCINNFirst downs.,..... 11 6
__I G Pdsses attempted .... 29 19
Peter Jablonowski, pither for Wat- Passes comp ted .... 12 9
erbury in the Eastern league Ihis sea- Passes intercepted .. 2 3
son, has been drafted by the Cincinnati Passes incompleted .. 15 4
,Reds and will report next spring t Gains on passes (yds.) 260 79
the Cincinnati training camp. Number of punts .... it 12
While pitching this sun m .er for theI Average p~unt (yards) 43 46
Waterbury, Conn., team, 1 11lono.SM Penalties .. . ...........6 0
I Penalties (yards) .... 30 0
hurled a no-hit, no-run game against
;3ridgeport. In this game, which
landled Jabby in the Hall of Fameio o
1 sportsdom, only three balls were Richard Freyberg, '26, captain of
knocked out of the infield. Three Michigan's championship track team
Bridgeport men received bases on last year, was awarded the $100 prize
balls. given by the Board in Control of athle-
Jablonowski is well known to the letics to the member of the Varsity
SMichigan campus, having served on teams who leads all athletes in schol-
the Varsity nine as a star hurfer. arship each year, according to an an-
Among his noteworthy perforimances inouncement made public yesterday.
as a member of Coach Ray Fisher's Freyberg made a perfect record in
team, Jabby let down the Illinois hiss cholastic work last year, getting
kbaseball team with but a scratch hit a straight A grade both semesters.
in May, 1925, and last year he showed Last May, Freyberg was awarded the
his versatility by plugging the gap atl Conference medal for proficiency in
third base in a most creditable man- scholarship and athletics.
ner when not himself in the pitcher's
box. E
Although he graduated from here
last June, Jabby is back this fall con-
tinuing his studies with work in the iPH O N
School of Business Administration.
WE DELIER all kir
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I 1 NEBRASKA OPENS WITII
WIN OVER DRAKE, 21-0
(By Associated Press)
LINCOLN, Neb., Oct. 2. - Drake
university failed to repeat its 1925
football victory over the University of
Nebraska Cornhuskers and went down
to defeat, 21 to 0, in the opening
gridiron contest of the -Missouri Val-
ley conference here today. The Husk-
ers scored two touchdowns in the sec-
ond quarter and one in the fourth
and were successful in kicking all the
extra points.
MRS. STETSON WINS
(By Associated Press)
IJAVERFORD, Pa., Oct. 2.-Mrs. G.
Henry Stetson, veteran Philadelphia
player, today won ,the women's golf
championship by defeating Mrs.
Wright D. tGoss, Jr., of Short Hills, N.
J., in the final round over the Marion
links, 3 up and 1 to play.
The Illinois boxing commission has
lifted the ban on heavyweights ,be-
cause of the forthcoming show to aid
Florida relief.

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