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THE MICHIGAN DAIY

utli BivoeakcHonte Run Record'i

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1'T&LEO 5TEDdn(Iu
A- ll- (I Preh, Me'uire ihi'cW wYO1111 id I'('f( lilln
the " rti Aaoiaindmiholdin,,Salk( pin(h h1tin kworStrykIer, vwas
it'- (rcnit Ilag in P. he ittle E3: -m walk~ed ,ant1il)E' e namehome on £T >y-
sies br1( th; f r stI1 t , 1'Iin 26 snsya(iggoiidi vr tcid
e1P 0te101the Bufifalo in.(trntionls M(iivc iXd(I c tl:e al. 1n
5-2 iIh till(, l~pofled Niagural Itossedl it to (Cole fwr aior(e-iWay at
of i the eressecond but both Toledo paeswr
jIt Wa!s almost a personal victory for Hfat on the ground11(1.,1and(there ws no
'B"obby V ac, wo (drovein three 'To- Chan( eto do tt the Bi'". Ii: on's second
ledo runlswith ia Ilet1c(C laringhorieranld 1< Tlastru. ,"he offic'ial at Pnd1(afl
and Jheff Barnes, the Toledo twirler, Toledo59rooters lave nspecial trains
who held the Bisons to five scattered1Toeorl(slavcu
hit. Teach openedl the attack w~t1hfrStra n Sf~a ac i
'Toledo's first hit, a long triple in the Bfao
second inning, and two followingJ
singles gave the Mudhens a two-rimn[,ClIT(AC-Presid(1cnt B. B. Johnson
lead.j has named Nall nin an Ormsby as tlie
Letourveau ledt off'Toledo's third in-'two AmcanLau pr il in I h
ningP with asige Marriott was safe world series.
on7 anMerror, and1 Ve achz, aformer vet-a
eran of the Det0roit Tigers, hit out .
,9004 one and dtrove it over the, left BOSS E L ,i a-rr1A
field wa.. ]x1,41(9 rts. Twes 0-5
Thurg,,5,.t.
That sett11:lle teall game fthe wa-;y {ItejJ Li~a& ig'tS4C~
Barnes was turning back the Bisonjs. "The Last of Mirs.Cheyney"x
1)t t.he Intternat ional League t le , (I1
holdeirs managed to squeeze in alfye bil i s

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MJS( i~. t'iLLANEUS

WILL-Person who boirrowed Conlin
pen in Room 25 Angell flail Friday
please return it to 51 Fs Jeffer-
son or call 3141.
WHOEVER fl"borr"owed greenic 4ker
from gym. after removing Polit ical
Science test bowlk and ta3kin~g
lea.ther note 1book c('oting cls
caNrds. C:1llor lon 53,or leave
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vBabe Spurts in Last Month.
s Entering' the last: month it the
present campaign, which his mates
clinched more thian. four weeks ago,
the .Yankee slugger was considerably
behind his remarkable 1921 mark and
many fans despaired. of his ability to
shatter the former", figure this year.
Ruth, however,~ made a spectacular
spurt and was oniy~ne day behind his
1921 record on Thursday.
Geared to* what seemed. his highest
pitch,. Babe lost noi time closing in on
the 'record and crasbied out the 58th
and 59th ;wallops against "Washington
Thursday. Th~e ~58th wallop came in
the _first inning of the .gamre, 'with no
men on base, and Lissensbee oni the
hilltop for the Griffien.
Ruth fittingly and climatically tied
his old record in the fifth inninig of
the same contest with three of 'his
Yankee mates perched on the baseq.
Paul HMpkins wyas pitch~ing when Babe
sent his 59th homer of the season to
the 'right field. bleachers.
Pittsburgh lost another opportuwiity
to cinch the National league pennant
and earn the privilege to meet Babe
and the other Yankees in the world's
series when the Cincinnati Reds
nosed out the Pirates, 2 to 1, in a
close battle at Cincinnoti yesterday.
Pirates Fall to Score In Ninth.
After the game 'had gone scoreless
for gix innings, th~e JRdlegsp put-over
a run in' their -half of the .sixth
rame to forge out ahead, 1 to 0. The
Pirates shoved over. a runj in their
half of the eight innings to even the
count, but Cincinnati scored again :n
their half of the stanza to win the
tussle, 2 to 1.
The St. Louis Cards neither act-
vanced or fell back in the spectacular
race, for their, encounter with the
Cfiicago Cubs at Sit. Louis was not
staged. New York was definitejy
eliminated 'from the race when the
Brooklyn Dodgers .drubbed them 10 to
5 at Ebbets field, Brooklyn.
The Cardinals have a chance to tie
the Pirates for the pennant in the.
event that they win all of their three
remaining games and the Pirates lose
the two on their schedule. The Chi-
cago Cubs "will oppose the Cards.
'IENSIAN TRYOUTS f
I Any second semester freshmen
or sophomores interested in 'the
Ibusiness side of the 'Ensian arej
Iasked to report to Tom L. Yates,
I'29E, at the office in the Press,
fbuilding.

fall tryouts- for the tennis team itrc
asked to report to John Marshall at
the Ferry field courts from 2:00 to 4:00
o'clock next Monday.{
The tryouts will play together from
day to day in a round robin tourna-.
mnent and will report all scores tco
Johin Marshal. A team of six or eiJght
men will be N~icked(la d.seveinal matlca-
es will prob~ably bw playedl with' the
Varsity andl with Last year's freshman
team. A match heas already been
scheduled with the Varsity for Sat-
urday, S'ept. 15.
There arc several of last year's let
ter men back at school this year, not-
ably Capt. Barton, Moore and Schaef-
er.' Barton, paired with his father;,
woo~ the national father hn' d ions'.
tournament without the loss of a set,
and (distinguished himself further iii
several other tourname~nts. Moore
co-winner with Barton of the Big Teal
doubles titles,, has been in Europe
most of the summer, but is again
rounding into shape andI Ken Schaef-
er is expected to make an even better
showing tian he did last year in 'this
fall's competition. Algyer, who play-
ed second man on the team last year
is not in school this semester but it
expected back for the second term.
Of last year's AMA men, Brodie
Marshall and Kempner remain. All
have been active in tournament play
during the summer, Kempner reaching
the finals of the Wisconsin State
doubles tournament.
Graham, Elliott, and Marsh, the
stars of last year's Freshman squad,
'will also be back to give the veterans
a tussel for their positions. The
wealth of material left over from last
Y'ear. prophesies a successful 1928
season. for the Wolverine -team, and
chances look good for a second sue-
cessive Conference championship.
The extensive fall program which
has been planned is intendled to create
nmore interest in fall tennis at the
University, and also to, line tip the
promising players for spring con-petl-.
Lion.
CIIICAG-Alphonse Goosens, Bel-
gium, was the first to sign for the
Chicago six-day bicycle race.
All sections of required physical
training for men, will begin Mon-
day, October 13. Freshmen who have
not classified and secured markers
Ishould do so now.
G~eorge A. May.

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