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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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ALJIQUIST LEADS
BIG T EN SCGRING liIILUUJUIILI
B IN SERIESCONTESTS
Newly Established Records Lrgely
Due To Heavy Slugging
Of Babe Ruth
{ .: FIVE MARKS ARE TIED

Aficaglo Reverses Form In Defeating
Hoosier Eleven; Ohio Wins
Over Iowa, 13 to 6
ADGERS DEFEAT KANSAS
Coach Jimmy Phelan of the con-
uering Purdue eleven, victors over
rarvard by the score of 19-0 last
aurday, is the herg of the Western
onference this week despite the fact
hat Dr. John Wilce and Amos
lonzo Stagg temporarily hold the
onor of being pilots of the leading
ig Ten teams.
Ohio's hollow win over the Iowa
rid team and Chicago's rever al of
>rm shown in vanquishing Indiana
i the only two regular Conference
ncounters of the season place the
uckeyes and Maroons at the top of
Ie hean for the present, but either
r both should slip next Saturday.
Nortbwestern Preparing for Ohio
Northwestern is being groomed for
e invasion of Columbus, and al-
iough the Wildcats looked just as
nimpressive against Utah as the
uckeyes did against Iowa, they are
)nceded almost an even chance to

win.
Coach Dick Hanley's Wildcats are
a better team than they appeared
on Saturday, but there must be a.
more savage attack unleashed at
Ohio this week to prove the point
sufficiently for the Buckeyes.
O'Neal's fumble in the third' quar-
ter was converted by the fleet Eby
into a touchdown at Iowa City to
prevent a startling upset, but the
Iowans were a well-drilled; )eleven
througwh'out, considerably stronger
than had been supposed.
Purdue Is Strong
The astounding Boilermakers, min-
us the services of the injured "Cot-
ton" Wilcox, but plus those of the
sensational sophomore Welch, 'whom
eastern critics are already listing
among the immortals after his show-
ing at Cambridge, give Stagg suf-
ficient reason to "fear Purdue" on
Saturday.
Chicago looked better than usual
against the Hoosiers but hardly the
class of the Purdue squad. Purdue,
incidentally, is now being reckoned
as a possibility for conference honors.

NOT RE DAME MEETS NAVY ELEVEN
IN FEATURE CONTESTSATURDAY

Don Miller
Captain and star pitcher of the
1927 Wolverine baseball team who
was drafted by the world champion-
ship New York Yankees just after
Commencement.
Miller served as relief pitcher on
several occasions duiing the Yan-
kee pennant drive and won an ex-
hibition contest when allowed to start
by Manager Miller Huggins, being
voted a half share of the series mon-
ey, amounting to approximately $3,-
000.

Coach Edwin Mather Will Have Task
In Mouldhig Quintet For
First Gave
TWO MEN. LOST TO TEAM
After a preliminary meeting of
some of the leading aspirants for the
basketball squad last night Coach Ed-
win . Mather issued an official call
for all basketball candidates to re-
port at 7:15 oclock tonight in Water-
man gymnasium. All candidates not
lettermen or AMA men should, bring
their own equipment to the first work-
out.
With several of the best basketbal
men on the football squad and the
first game on the cage schedule due
to be played against Michigan State
Dec. 10, just two months from yester-
day, Coach Mather. will have plenty
to do in moulding together a suitable
combination.
Undisputed champions of the West-
ern Conference last year, the Wolver-
ines have suffered two severe losses
which may hamper them to a very
great extent in attempting to repeat
with another title. The forwards.
should cause no worry with Ooster-
baan and Harrigan both returning.
The same may be said of the center
post with Ernie McCoy back for his
second year of play.
The problem at guard is -not sol
simple, however, with Capt. Eddie
Chambers and Wilbur Petrie, last
year's regulars, both lost for compe-
tition. Also Joe Truskowski, a let-
terman and substitute guard is ineli-
ible, at least for the present semes-
ter. LaVerne Taylor, star .guard
prospect from last year's freshmen,
is on the football squad at present
and will not be out until after the
football season.
Another guard possibility is the
shifting of Harrigan back to a run-
ning guard. Oosterbaan and Harri-
gan, lettermen, Whittle and Nyland,
AMA men, and Taylor, yearling star,
all being on the football team make
Mather's practice more than diffi-
cult.

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Harold Almquist
UER JOESTIN ON BENCH
AS TEAMMATE RUNS WILD
Coach Clarence Spears' decision to
keep the all-American fullback Joest-
ing, on the bench while the Minnesota
eleven amassed 40 points against the
Oklahoma A. & M. squad, permitted
Harold Almquist of the Gophers to
boost his total scores to 46, almost
twice the number of the Buckeye
Eby and the Wolverine Gilbert.
Almquist has now tallied seven
touchdowns and has kicked four goals
for the extra point, while Fby and
Gilbert trail with 24 and 23 respect-
ively.
The removal of the goal posts to
the position they now occupy, 10 yards
behinI the line, has affected the place
kickers to the extent that not a sin-
gle field goal has been negotiated
successfully in the Conference after
the first two weeks of play.
Leading scorers of the conference
in the first two games:
*TP T PG
Almquist, Minnesota ........46 7 4
Eby, Ohio.................24 4 0
Gilbert, Michigan ...........23 3 5
Glasgow, Iowa.............20 3 2
Rose, Wisconsin ............19 3 1
Gustafson, Northwestern ...19 3 1
Smith, Wisconsin ...........18 3 0l
Mills, Illinois..............17 2 5
Nydahl, Minnesota........15 2 3
Crofoot, Wisconsin ..........14 2 2
Lewis, Northwestern ........13 2 1
*TP, total points; T, touchdown;
PG, point, goal after touchdown.

(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 10-The denobil-
ilization of the world's champion New
York Yankees is just about complete.
Babe Ruth, Lou Gehrig, Tony Lazzeri
and Joe Dugan are to engage in ex-
hibition games, but the rest of the
squad has played its last game of
baseball until the call comes for the
sprink training camp.
The series saw 10. records fall and
five tied, and most of the process is
traced to the slugging of Ruth. Aside
from tying the mark of the Boston
Braves by winning four straight gam-
es, the series set a new mark for
high gate in a single game with $209,-
655 being taken in at the third game.
Pittsburgh and the Yankees tied the
record for fewest assists, five in the
second game. Lou Gehrig's two tri-
ples tied a record, and Herb Pen-
nock equalled Jack Comb's mark of
two three-hit games in world series
competition. The players' pool is
the highest on record-$399,440.67.
Ruth has a new record in runs
scored in world series competition, 22.
He tied Frankie Frisch by batting
.300 or better for four series; beat
his own former record by running
up his total bases in series competi-
tion to 63; beat his former record for
bases on balls in series, now has 28;
added to his record of 8 home runs in
series with two more, has struck out
4 more times than any man in series,
25 to 23 by George Kelly, and has
most total bases, 63, in all series,
beating the former mark of Eddie Col-
lins, who had 53. Ruth, by complet-
ing his eight series, is alone in the
feat.
Ruth's .400 average for the 1927
series boosted his all-time series bat-
ting mark from .253 to .275. As a
member of the Boston Red Sox he was
used as a pitcher and pinch hitter in
the series of 1916-17-18. He, batted
.000 in his first two series and .200
in 1918. 1921 with the Yanks his
series mark was .313; in 1923 he
proved a bust with .118; in 1923 he
hit .368, and last year,against the St.
Louis Cardinals, he batted for an even
.300.
NEW YORK-The Yankees were
only shut out once last season when
Groves of the Athletics turned the
trick.

NEW YORK, Oct. 10-- Notre Damie
is coming east this week to put on
exhibition another of it famous
Rockne-coached football elevens. Its
game against the Navy at Baltimore
next Saturday has the star place on
an eastern schedule that brings tot-
gether several top notch aggregations.
Navy, with victories over Davis El-
kins, and Drake, has showed enough
to be classed as one of the strongest
teams in the east. Sloane at end
and Lloyd in the backfield have been
tagged as All-Amer ican possibilities.
Rockne's team has made a good start
with victories over Coe College and
Detroit. Its forward passing game
looked smart against Detroit.
Another intersectional contest will,
bring together Princeton and Wash-
ington and Lee. The Southerners
held the Tigers to a 7-7 tie last year
and this season over Duke Universi-
ty, conqueror of Boston College.
Yale, smarting under its beating at
the hands of Georgia, meets another
beaten team in Brown at New Haven.
The Bulldogs want to make up for a
bad start this year and atone for th,
7-0 defeat the "Iron Men" handed them
last year. "Tuss" McLaughry's elev-
en, a victim of Penn's powerful ma-

chine, will have to trim Yale to stay
in the big parade.
Harvard, trounced by Purdue, runs
up next Saturday against Holy Cross,
which has beaten Harvard the last
two years. Experts agree that Ear-
vard must show marked improvement
to. win.
Army in playing Davis Elkins will
try to improve a defense that let
Marquette score 12 points last week
while the Cadets were pushing over 3
touchdowns.
Lafayette, with one of the best rec-
ords in the east, journeys to Morgan-
town for a game with West Virginia,
Lafayette won its sixteenth succes-
sive game when it held Rutgers to one
first down and ran up a 56-0 score.
Penn's 14-6 victory over Brown
makes Coach Lou Young's team a fav-
orite ever Penn State at Philadelphia.
Penn State lost to Bucknell in one
of the surprise games of last week.
Pittsburgh, which displayed a strong
all-around game against West Vir-
ginsa, hikes to Des Moines for a
game with Drake.
NEW YORK-Miss Mercedes Gleitz,
a London girl, has swain the English
Channel.

HAGEN WILL DEFEND
PRO CROWN IN TEXAS
(By Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 10- Walter Hag--
en will be defending his title as pro-
fessional golfers' association champ-
ion for thecfourthsyear in succession
when he competes in the :lationial
tournamentnatrthe Cedar Crest Coun-
try club, near Dallas, Tex., Oct 31
to Nov. 5., Regardless of his fortwtne
in the open and other events, "The
Haig" has managed to stay right at

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as Wilcox may be in shape for the Conetnth A
important Wisconsin and Northwest- Coesfthe quaignd
er batles later isthee a sonB. d--threesomes for t e qualifying r un
Corn batlenlatersinethe teeson.d of 36 holes. Tommy Armour, nation-
Cah GenTiteat'Ba-al open champion; Johnny Farrell,
gers are beginning to loom as a. Bill ; Mehlb n, MacDonnydFSmith
threatening menace to the 'leading Gene Sarazen a Md Joe Turnesa will be
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Crofoot Shows Up Well hole matches.
Captain "Toad" Crowfoot of the
Wisconsin squad is recognized as one
of the mostcapable quarter backs
in the West and the lBadgers present +Collegiate -.
sufficient other strength to appear
formidable.
Minnesota again demonstrated tre-
mendous power against the Oklahoma
Aggies by piling up a 40-0 margin.
Captain Herb Joesting, unanimous
choice for full back on the all-Amer-
ican selections last year, was af-
forded a rest by Coach Spears, Alim-
quist doing all of the piloting and"
almost'all of the scoring.
Illinois amassed the huge total of .
58 points against Butler through' f I
opening up with all sorts of trick>(
formations ,and double pass shift plays
but the Indi-ans are preparing only
for the Northwestern tilt a weeJk
from Saturday, meeting their third
Son-Conference opponent in Iowa
'State this week cnd.
Wisconsin Prepares
For Michigan Game

BASKETBALL MANAGERS

All second semester freshmen I
Iand sophomores wisbing to try
out for basketball manager are
{ asked to report at Waterman
( Gymnasium at 7 o'clock tonight.
Robert Leland, manager

By the aid o' the University Y.M.C.-
A., 99 students have earned a total,of
$2,650 in outside employment at the
University of Nebraska.

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(Special to The Daily)
MADISON, Wisconsin., Oct 10 -'
ack in harness after its invasion of
e Missouri Valley, Wisconsin tapped
rery available source of football
rategy today in its preparatory pro-
am of tackling Michigan here 'next
Aturday in the Big Ten inaugural
ent.
Practice on Camp Randall this week
ill be the most strenuous in Bad-
r annals, the training outline in-
cates. Paramount importance is
tached to the Wolverine battle nct
ly because it marks the Western.
)nference opener, but because Mich-
an cherishes the most powerful andI
pared rank in. the Big Ten football
rcuit.
The steadily aggressive march that
iaracterizes the Badgers will be
rown into gear against Michigan.
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