THE MICHIGAN DAILY
JUS WILD P IN NINTH INNING
[LOW NEW YORKTO WIN FOURTH STRAIGHT
t Is Unp ralled Since 1924 When
4talling's Miracle Braves
BE RUTH HITS HOMER
(Special to the Daily)
A.NKEE STADIUM, NEW YORK,
>ber 8 - Scoring the winning run
he ninth inning when a pitch by
us went wild with three men on
, the New York Yankees today
ated the Pittsburgh Pirates, 4 to
Sclinch the world series.
li Yankee accomplishment of four
secutive wins against none by the
te team is a feat that has been
irelletd since 1914 when Stalling's
on Braves won four straight from
Philadelphia atbletics to win the.
Sombs Scores Deeiding Run
e end of today's contest, proba-
the most brilliant and closest of
series, was the culmination of
,nti-climax. Milius, who relieved
on the mound for Pittsburgh, with
bases loaded, fanned out Gehrig.
Meusel, two of the Yankees' most
at sluggers, and then--as if by a
nre of irony-his pitch to Laz-
went wild, an- Ccmbs, whom HillI
.ed to open the tragic ninth, trot-
home with the winning run of the
Yards on Rushingr ... . 236 44
Average on Punts .... 37 :39
Passes Attempted .. 17 13
Passes Completed .... 5 4
Fasses Intercepted .. 1 1
" Yardage on Passes . . . .122 61
First Downs (running) 12 1
First Downs (passing) 11 3
Total First Downs .. .15 4
BABE TAKES SERIES SLUGGING ""N G""" 15
HONORS IN DUEL WITH GEHRIG CHPAIcN.ill,(
- - Will the number "22" dr
.:v-.attention of the football
as did those famous nu
m rl d
ACROSS COUNTRY TRIAL
CAPTURED BYV iONROE
Wright, ss .........4
Harris, lb ...........4
Smith, c .............3
Gooch, c ............0
Miljus, p ...........1
Total Yards Gained 358
STA TISTICS GIVE
Totals ..........35 3 10 26 12 2
New York Yanke
Combs, of........4 3
Koenig, ss ........5 0
1th, 'rf'...........4 1
Gehrig, 1b ..........5 0
Meusel, If.o......:...5 0
Lazzeri, 2b .........3 0
Dugan, 3b..........4 0
Collins, c..........3 0
Moore, p...........4 0
*Ran for S'mith in seventh.
**Batted for Hill in sevent
Two out when winning run
seore by Innings
New York ... ......100
Sacrifices-L. Waner, P.
Dugan to Lazzeri to Gehrig
to Wright to Harris..
Left on bases-Pittsburg
Bases on balls-Off Hill,
off Miljus 3 (Lazzeri, Coin
off Moore 2 (Hill, Gooch).
Struck out-By Hill 6 (Ge
sel, Lazzeri 2, Moore, Koe
Moore 2 (Traynor, Milijus);
3 (Moore, Gehrig, Meusel).
es Statistics of Michigais 19th victory
H 0 A E over Michigan State college yesterday
H O A E afternoon in the new Wolverine sta-
2 2 0 0 diun indicated that the Maize and
3 0 3 0 Blue team bettered the performances
21 00of their opponents in every depart-
0 12 00 ment of the game except punting.
0 250401 During the first half of the con-i
0 5 4 1 test the Wolverines thoroughly out-
12 1 40 classed the Spartans in the number ofI
1 0 3 1 first downs gained, making seven by
1 3 rushing and one by passing for aj
12 27 17 2 total of eight. Michigan State, on the
. other hand, was unable to register a
i, single first down against the Michigan
Sscored. Defense during the first half. m
In the second half Michigan's rush-
00y 200-3 ing attack did not function as effect-
020 001-4 ively, but the passing showed marked
improvement. The Wolverines made
five first downs by rushing and three
by the forward pass route. The Green
Waner. and White team succeeded in making
to Gehrig; four first downs during this half of
g; Traynor the contest, three of them coming as,
th'e results of forward passes.
;h 9; New With Gilbert, star kicker, out of the
lineup early in the game, Captain!
(Collins) Paul Smith and McCosh of the Spart-
bs, Ruth); an team managed to outdistance Rich
by a slight margin. Gilbert attempted
hrig, Meu- only one kick which traveled 40 yards,
enig) ; by while Riich' punted, 11 'times for an
by Milius average ofc37 yards. Smith punted 12
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"77," th propret y of I hirold
'Red" Grange, while a niember
"Twentytwo" was the question
discussel today on ,,hO c:inlti, I
following Coach Zu ppk e's an-
nouncement tht (hnland Urange,
Red's brother, had (Irawn that
TENNIS TOURNE Y
Play in the all-freshman tennis
tournament will begin tomorrow. An
entry list of 30 yearlings has been re-
ceived by Coach Hutchins and John
Marshall of the Varsity squad. All
first round matches should be played
by tomorrow night.
Pairings for the first round and the
telephone numbeys of the contestants
follow: Kennedy 9269 vs. Hall 22314;
Kramer 21050 vs. Richelson 21051;
Tym 6950 vs Libman 21940; John 6741
vs Brown 6317; Handler 21138 vs
Jackman 9119 vs Schwartz 6848;
Baker 7758 vs. Swanson 5575; Dus-
Nessen 4917 vs. Marting 8658; Parker
enberry 6317 vs. Timberlake i417;
3843 vs. Ferrer 3843; Derson 9217 vs.
Drew 9317; Johnson 21336 vs. Spicer
6745; Crawford 5909 vs. Davis 7389;
Logan 21559 vs. Roedel 3843. 1Ham-
mer and Nelson drew byes for the first
The Toledo players have received
a check for $1,000 each for their share
of the junior world series.
Wuerfel, (Arlson, and IAimont Finish
Tied for Second; No Senior"'
Place in First Ten.
MEN SHOW IMPROVEMENT
Breaking a triple tie between him-
self, Wuerfel and Lamont for tlop
honors in preliminary skirmishes of
the Varsity cross country team, Mon-
roe captured yesterday morning's
""ree-mile trial run over the Ann
Arbor golf club course.
Monroe led the eM of 26 starters to
the finish line in 15:21, nearly half a
minute ahead of Wuerfel, Lamont, and
Carlson who finished in a tie for
second place. Their time was 15:42.
Monroe ran the first mile in 4:57 and
was clocked half a mile further on in
By finishing fifth, Jesson was the
first sophomore to gain a place, the
other four men all being juniors.
Goetz, another junior, came in sixth,
only eight seconds back of Wuerfel,
Lanont and Carlson.
The next four places went to sopho-
mores, herbert coming in seventh just
five seconds after Goetz. Herbert is
a sophomnore who is showing consid-
enable promise, accordilig to Coach
Farrell. Ile finished tenth in last
week's two and a hall mile trial and
is looking better dajly.
Smith, Grifuow,'and Kennedy were
the other sophomores to filnish in the
One of the most pleasing facts about
the showing of this year's cross coun-
try squad is in - the showing of the
sophomores apd juiiors. Only one
senior started the run yesterday and
failed to finish in the top flig;ht.
With the count standing even at 1
rnd 1, Babe Ruth crashed a home run
nto the right field with Combs on
first base to put his team ahead and
o suply more drama in today's spec-
acular battle. Ruth also singled in
he first inning to allow Combs to
score the first run of the game for
tira° tes Seore In First
The Pirate crew, determined to
reak the jinx that had been trailing
hem in the three gamnes of the ser-
es, also counted once in their half
Df the first inning. L. Waner, who
hadl been performing well for the
3ucsin every game in the fall classic,
eat out a hit' to open the inning,
coring later on Wright's single to
To more runs were counted by the
Pirates in the seventh inning to tie
he score. Smith, first batter, was
afe when Moore dropped Gehrig's
Oss to him. Yde was sent to run for
mith. Brickell, batting for Hill, reach-
d first safely when Lazzeri fumbled
tis grounder, Ydo going to second.
ase. L. Waner's sacrifice fly ad-
,nced both runners. Yde scored on.
larnhart's single, and Brickell raced
ome with the second run of the
qning on P. Waner's sacrifice fly
Ruth and Gebrig.
ANN ARBOR HIGH DEFEATS ADRIAN,
Considerably outweighed in the line,
Ann Arbor. high school won over the
Adrian high eleven yesterday 27-6 via
the aerial route. The game was lack-
ing in thrills and was played before a
While the Adrian gridders were
pulling themselves together, the Ann
Arbor boys succeeded in bucking the
line for their only line plunge scorel
of the game, in the first five minutes
of play. Miller, Ann Arbor quarter-
back carried the ball. across the line
for the initial score. In the balance of
this quarter both teams launched a
series -of line plunges, Adrian having
the advantage due to superior weight.
Being unable to further penetrate
the line, Ann Arbor opened up an1
aerial attack in the second quarter
which netted them 20 more points,
touchdowns being made by Cole, Davis
and Mordsky. Adrian showed lack of
practice in combatting an aerial at-
From the beginning of the second
half until the conclusion of the game,
Adriai outplayed the Ann Arbor boys
in all departments, but lacked the
necessary punch to put the ball
across the line -until the third quarter
when a series of line bucks gave them
their first and only score of the game.
Theiy failed to kick the goal for the
Neither team showed up well in the
contest. Ann Arbor lacked defense in
the line and Adrian was unable to
wage or combat an ariel attack. Wag-
ner quarterback, and Blouch, right
guard were the outstanding stars on
the Adrian team, while Miller, Cole,
Davis and Mordsky carried away the
honors for Ann Arbor.
Babe Ruth, the undisputed home run
king and his team mate Lou Gehrig,
who nearly wrested the title from him,
accounted fo ra total of 118 home runs
during the season just completed
with the New York Yankees, World's
champion baseball team for 1927.
The incomparable Babe wound up
the season with the Yanks, 12 home':,
ahead of Gehrig. In addition to this
unprecedented feat of 60 circuit blows,
he bange out two homers in the
World Series battle with the Pitts-
burgh nationals. His second and final
homer came yesterday when New
York won the fourth straight game
and the series from the Pirates.
Ruth has been baseball's hero ever
since 1921, when he set a record of
59 homers. Until this year he has
been unable to approach this mark,
but with Gehrig pushing him hard for
the title, the Jiabe was able to pass
Lou and break his own record.
Aside from being home run stars,
this dsuo has been consistent in the
field and both have an enviable batting
average. Gehrig covered first for the
Yankees and Ruth covered a full third
of the outer garden to the satisaction
of both managers and fans.
During the series with the Pirates,
Gehrig failed to knock a homer, while
Ruth made two, once with two on base
and yesterday, he banged out one with
one man on. In the final game Geh-
rig was at bat five times and went
hitless, while Ruth, up four times,
gleaned his liomer and made a single
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