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MAKES TWO RECORDS
youthful lPirate Outfielder Sets Major
League Record for Singles
Made in Season
RUTH APPROACHES MARK
When th'e final curtain is brought
down on the hectic 1927 baseball year
about ten days hence, it will mark the
end of a season in which more records
had been broken than in any other
year in the history of the national
pastime. With ten days of the season
records are likely to be established.
still remaining, at least a dozen new
records are ligely to be established.
Notable among this year's achieve-
ments in record-breaking is that of
Lloyd Waner, sensational young out-E
fielder of the Pittsburgh Pirates. The
youthful Waner shattered the modern
major league record for singles in one
season and set, another in the number
of safeties by a first year man, in the
past week, unoficial records show.
(ets 18>nd Single.
Waner gathered his 182nd single
Thursday against the Giants, shatter-
ing the modern record set by Johnny
Tobin of the St. Louis Browns in 1921.1
Serving his first year in the major
leagues, Waner several days age
reached the 200 figure in total hits, a
feat never before achieved by a first
year man, so far as available records
show.
With five more games on the
schedule for his team, Babe Ruth, thI
mightiest slugger of all time, is ex-
pected to establish a new record for
the number of home runs in a single
season. Ruth crashed out his 56th
circuit drive of the season Thursday,
and with the apparent fearlessness
with which the opposing pitchers h'ave
been throwing them over the plate for
him, the Babe should set a new mark
by the end of the season.
Only several days ago, Ruth set a
record for the longest home run in
baseball history when he drove the
ball well over 500 feet.
Yankees Tie Record.
One record has already been made
as far as whole teams are concerned,
and another is definitely assured to
be set before the termination of the
present season. Thursday the New
York Yankees tied the old record of
105 games won 'bya team in a single
season. It is also believed that the
Yanks have been the first team that
has been shutout only once during a
pennant campaign.
The Pirates, whose present team
batting average is around the .310
mark, is expected to establish a new
record in team batting, unless it fads
into the throes of a severe slump be-
tween now and the completion of its

WARD AND COURTNIATT STILL fAC.S,
SHOW WAYTO FIELD N K(NOCKOUT COUT
(Continued from Page Six) Flynn's Appeal Denied By Illinois
course. Since these memberships wil Boxing Board A' Dempsey
not be given out for at least a week, i1aintains Silence
all qualifiers are asked to pay the
14.7(By Associated Press)
$14.75 playing fee as soon as they lay CHICAGO, Sept. 23.-The battle is
again at the Ann Arbor course. The
men to whom the ten free member- the exodus of the most spec-
ships are to be given will have their taculr fight crowd is nearly complete
playing fees refunded by the Athleti Ibut the debate is still on. It raged
association, with increasing rather than diminish-
Due to the greater interest shown in ing fury tonight about the now-famous
fall golf this year, a more extensive
program than that of last year ha seventh round and whether or not the
been arranged. After the match play "long" count of nine-actually occu-
a team will be picked which will meet pyilIg a space of 13 or 14 seconds--
several of the prominent country clubs saved Gene Tunney from losing the
of the district in team matches. Aiieavywei4lit crown to Jack Dempsey,
contest has already been scheduleytJ
with the Detroit Country club for the The official decision in Tunney's

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' LAWTtE C E, Kans., .Sel)t. 22. -%Vi 0'0'0
but two lettermen hac!l . Coach John
TI :,nias oi' t1w Hasl:cll luclian In,0i4
ttttr hare, is facrd «ii.li the InoNerl
of Imilding an entirely new foothill
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nm c°hilie.
Forty redskin- candidates rehoil-0
for practice. Among them were likely
'looking material from other Indian
! s-hools, and a nuniher from last.
'yea is reserves.
Capt. Albert Hawley, eenior, inc'
! !Dave Ward, guard, are the two vet-
' eratrs remaining from last season'-
sensational eleven. Among the front-
; ising new material was Charles, an
7180 pound end from the Flandrea.rt iti-
dian school at Flan(lreau, S. D.; Johii_
son, also from FIandreau, who stanrls
six feet, six inches tall, we''ghs more
"than 200 pounds, and is r'18 years
old; Lee McConths, a 1:0 pound
tackle; Wilson, a half fr hilicc?
.'Institute; Barlow arnd _rd, t-wo
huskies from Miami a., high
school and airy Smit Ro.e In-
stitute, Oltla, a 200 :loo t'u[bacl ,
,r,-ho negotiates the yard
dash in 10.2.
John Levi, former I ar and

1_I1-Auiericml full hack oil some selec
riOns ar,(l l,101)ert NVjtr(I, titan t}tre
,,pori snum at l l.tskell for several so.i
sciis, ands quari e, howl, oil last yule.
(,Ieven, will < ssist. Coach. Thoinns t1J
fall.
The ,Braves sch(,dule is as, follows;
00, 1.--hil'ksvilh" (llo.)
Oct. S.-Morninntiide College.
Oct.. 4r-I es Moines University.
Oct. 22.--Oklahoma City t7nivcrsit
Oct.' 29 -St. Regis College.
\*oveniber 5.-Detroit University.
-Nov. 11.-Loyola University (\(l
Orleans.)
'-or. 1--Dayton University.
Ncw. 24.-;t. Xavier.
Oev. q.-Tulsa University.
Martin Karow, former Mashy Ohi
State halfback, is assistin ; Coac
Clyde Littlefield at the university c.
Texas, according to reports froi
Austin. Karow played a, big part 'i
the Michigan game last year, when hi
fine work was a big factor in Ohio'
play.

morning of Oct. 18, and negotiations
are now under way for home and
home matches with the Inverness
Country club of Toledo. Although
three of last year's letter men, Captain
Connor, Vyse, and Bergelin, and sev-'
eral other members of last year's
squad, notably Glover and Rhodes,
qualified and are expected to be the
strong contenders for the team, Dave
Ward and Bill Courtney , medallist
and second low qualifier, are conced-
ed more than an even chance of oust-
ing some of the veterans from their
berths.

favor, on the score of the delay in the
seventh round until Dentpsey was
waived to a corner as well as on the
verdict at the close in the champion's
favor., stands as it was rendered ,last
night. The state athletic commission
settled this at a session that heard
and refused to allow a formal protest
from Leo P. Flynn, Dempsey's man-
ager, who claimed that Tunney was
actually knocked out and that Demp-
sey was "robbed" of the champion-
ship. At the same time a loophole

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We welcome you back to our city and Universiti
May we again make the, announcement that we ate
our manufacturers and that our prices are consul-
era.bly lower because we make all the clothing
sold in the thirty BrQwning-Bing Stores. It will be
our pleasure to convince you that our suits are the
biggest: values in the city.
A Special Department for Renting Tuxedos
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HOTEL SAGE, Detroit,'Mich. .
1537 Center St. Around the corner
trolt, Mich. Around the corner
from Capital Theater. Downtown I
shopping district. Quiet rplace .for
refined people. All outside rooms.
Single, $1.50; ' double, $2. Private r
bath: Single, $1.50 and $2; double,
$2.50. i
NOTICES
NOTICE-Emma Fischer Cross, teach-
er of piano and pipe-organ, former,
ly on the faculty of School of Music.
Extensive study abroad. 610 E
Liberty. Apt. 8. Phone 3566.
1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10
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WANTED--Young 'women wish
share apartment with one or b
college or business women. 345
Division St, 4

NVANTED-Girl to
roam and board
and privileges.
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GIANTS CUT LEAD
AS PIRATES FALL
Fighting an uphill battle to over-
come a five run lead in the seventh
and ninth . innings of yesterday's
games ,the New York Giants advanced
into second place two and a - half
games behind the Pirates in the hec-
tic National League race.
The Pirates scored four runs in the
first inning and one more in the third.
With Carman Hill going strong, it
seemed the Corsairs had killed off the
Giants' last hope. In the seventh
inning the Giants rallied, however,
and drew up to a run behind, and in
the ninth inning scored two more to
snatch the game and remain. in the
pennant race. The New York team
has taken two out of three games in
the 'crucial series,' the teams splitting
a doubleheader Thursday. Pittsburgh
has eight more games to play and the
Giants seven. Should Pittsburgh take
five of their remaining games, they
will clinch the pennant regardless of
what the Giants might do. Me'anwhile,
the Cardinals also have eight to play
and must be given an outside chance
for the pennant, though a close defeat
by Boston yesterday dropped them in-
tto third place.
St. Louis was tied with Boston go-
ing into the ninth, a.home run by Ha-
fey giving the Cards a two run edige
in the first. In the ninth inning Four-
nier, an ex-Cardinal, smashed a home
run to defeat his former team mates.
Brooklyn and Cincinnati, spit a dou-
bleheader, 6-3, and ' 4-3, for the only
,other games in the National League.
In tl( American League, Chicago
won an eleven inning game from Bos-
ton by a score of 2-1. Bradley and
Thomas were the opposing pitchers.
No other games were scheduled in
the American League.

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SUNDAY CHURCH SERVICES

FIRST METHODIST
CHURCH
Corner State and Washnngtoll Sts.
Arthur IV. Stalker, D.I)., Minister
Pita°ley C. Bingham, Associate
Hinist+px and Student Director
10:30-Sermon, I'What Is Christian.
ity ?"
12:00-Student Bible class, led by
Ralph Johnson Nt Wesley:
Hall, next to church.
6:00-Wesleyan Guild devotional
meeting in Wesley ' Hall.
Roy Callahan, speaker.
7:301 Sermon, " V47orkmen of God."
THE UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
Sidney S. RoWns, iil inister
10:45 A. M.- Tan We, Afford to
CollVentiollatize Rell.
gion 11,
5:45 P. M.'-Candlelight supper..
(Open, at nominal
charge to all.)
6:30 P. M Professor John F.
Shepard, " What to Dis
cuss In Iteligioll."
(All students are cor-
dially welcomed to an
open discussion.)
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FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
IL Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard IL Chalnnan, Minister for
Students
10:30-Morning worship. Sermon
by Mr. Sayles,
"LEARNING FROM JESUS"
9: O-Bible school.
12:00-Students' Bible class, im-
mediately after church.
Class meets at Guild House,
across from church.
5:30-Student friendship hour at
guild.
6:30-Students' devotional hour.
Mr. Lionel G. Crocker, for-
mer Guild President, now
instructor in the Speech De-
partment of the University,
will speak on.,
tornE SALT OF THE CAMPUS"
'FIRST CHURCH OF
wRiST, SCIENTIST
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409 South Division Street
10: 30 A. M.-Regular morning serv-
ice; subject, "Real-
ity:'
11:45 A. M.-Sunday school follow-
ing the morning serv-
ice.
7:45 P. M. Wednesday e v e n i n g
testimonial meeting.
The Reading Room, 10 and 11
State Savings Bank Building, is
open daily from 12 to 5 o'clock,
except Sundays and legal holidays.
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ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. and Fifth Ave.
9:00 A. M.-Bible study.
10: 30 A. M.-Sermon by pastor.
5:30 P. M.-SuDner for students

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Corner Huron and Division
Sunday, September 25
Merle II., Andersoi4 Minister
Lewis C. Ite mann and
Mrs. Nellie 13. Cadwell,
Secretaries for Student 'Work
9:30-Church School Loyalty Day
exercises.
10:45-Morning worship. Sermon
on "Forsaking the Church."
Full choir.
12:00-Student class, led by How-
ard McClusky.
5:30-Social hour and supper.
6:30-Young People's Society
meeting.
HI I HI. E II M
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical . Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave., between Packard
and Williams
C. A. Neumann, Xlnlst+er
9 A. M. Bible school.
10 A. M.-Regular morning service,
6'Peacemakers."
111. M.=German service.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
DISCIPLES
Corner Illil and Tappan
Kenneth R. Bo-vten, Pastor
20:30-Morning worship.

CONGREGA. IONAL
CHURCH
9:30-Sunday school.
10: 45-Rev. Carl S. Patton, "Culture
and Solf-Sracrlfice:' Children's
Sermon, u'.l'he Groeeras lioy."
5:30-Student hour, with supper
and discussion, "Student's
Philosophy of Living:-1
The Student Fellowship is giving
a canoe trip at 1:30 Saturday after-
noon. Everyone interested is to
meet at Pilgrim Hall, the social
center of the church.
ST. ANDRE'W'S
EPISCOPAL.) CHURCH
Division and Catherine Streets
Fifteenth Sundry After Trinity
September 25th
±Itev. Henry Lewis, Itector
Thomas L. Ilarrl5, Assistant
8:00 A. M. Holy Communion (the
church).
9:30 A. M.-Holy Communion (Har-
ris Hall).
x.1:00 A. M.-Morning prayer and
sermon by the Rev.
Thomas L. Harris.
G : 15 P. M.-Student supper and
meeting in Harris
Hall.
ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
()IIssouri Synod)
Tbird and West Huron Streets
Co A. Brauer, Pastor
Parsonage : 420 West Liberty Street
9 A. M.-German service.

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FO.R RENT-324 E. Jefferson, unfur-
nished apt. 4 large rooms, private
bath, all newly decorated. Heat
and water $65. 1-2-3-4-5-6
i FOR RENT-Front suite, very desir-
able. 715 E. Huron. Phone 8528.,
3-4.
FOA RENT--Large single room, 3
blocks front. Eng. Bldg. Call 21217:=
2-3-4
FOR RENT-One large room single
or double-low rate. Men. Dial
7391 -1026- Packard: -4
FOR RENT-A large double room.
1208 S. University. Dial 6637.
2-3-4
FOR RENT-Single room two blocks
from campus in southeastern section
for graduate woman. Phone '8066.
2-3-4
FOR RENT-Large suite fo. rtwo or
three students. One single room.
Junior Engineer wants roommate.
Garage for rent- 425 South Division.
2-3-4
FOR ,RENT-Single.-room close- to
campus. Bath adjacent. Shower
bath. Phone 8394 4
FOR RENT-A suite an second. floor
in a desirable location, 429 R Di-
vision. 4,.5.6
FOR RENT-A Iarge double room for
two students in quiet home. 203 N.
State. 4=5-6
FOR RENT - Furnished six-room
house, Al condition, facing campus.
Adults only. Phone 5561. 4
FOR RENT-Two double rooms with
dormitory, 533 Thompson street di
rectly back of Michigan Union.
1 5-6
FOR RENT-Double or single, two
large rooms. Closets,. bath, - light,
warm. Second floor. 806 E. Kings-
ley St. Phone 7370. 5=6
FOR RENT-To students-$7.50f takes
.$10 large suite for two. $7.40 takes
large double room for two. Both
rooms have hot and cold running
water, steam heat. $6.00 takes small
suite for two. 337 Thompson near'
campus. 5-6
FOR SALE.
FOR ' SALE-2 study tables in good
shape. Gall 5424 evenings; ask for
Fred.
FOR SALE-A very large oak library
table, leather, couch. Suitable for
fraternity. 720 Haven. Phone 5290.
f. 5
FOR SALE-Hoosier kitchen cabinet,
late model, like new. Phone 9274. 5
WANTED
WANTED-Students to sell at all the
football. games. We need six more
to complete t'' our organization.
This is a good way to see the out
of town games: For particulars
sne F. H. Fradenburgh, 116 N. State,
GC:nsnTrI-- A-+f -- -11 CAKM T-T---

WANTED.-Radio salesman full or
part time. Prospects furnished. 3
leading lines of radio. Hudson
Sales. 4-5
WANTED-,Fart time automobile
salesman. Men with experience in
selling preferred. Prospects furn-
fished. . Salary and Commission.
Hudson Sales and Service 310 El.
Washington.
WANTED-Tosub-lease suitable room
for week-ends during next semester.
Dial 8317. Cali Stinsola. 3-4-5
WANTED-To sub-let suitable room
for week,6hl.4 du7,ing neat s, nester.
Dial 8317. Cpll Stinson:
3-4-5
WANT D-=--To buy a few ladies and
children's second handed bicycles.
Call 9142. 3-4-5-6.
WANTED-Experiez ced laundress.
want' family and student, wash
to do at home. Called for and de-
livered. Phone 3122. 3-4.
WANTED-Roommate, must be white
and Gentile. Call Fredat 5424, eve-
nings. Fraternity man preferred.
3-4.
WANTED--Student to room, with
Junior. Block from campus. See Mos
Blaess or John ,Irving, 912 Monroe.
2-3-4
WANTED-Men and," women students
for part time work. For informa-
tion; Dial 5848 or, call at 741 S. Di-
vision between 4 and 9 p, m. 2-4-8
FOR SALE -For sweets call B. E.
Wagner. Phone 22413 or 9534.
2-3-4-6-7-8
NOTICE
440 THOMPSON
CAREFULLY planned meals, plenty of
salads and vegetables, home-made
pies, generous re-order pivileges.
Lunch, 40c; dinner, 60c; Sunday,
75c , breakfast A la carte; $6.00 a
week; good until used. Phone 6928.
2-3-4
LOST
LOST-Lady's White gold watch, on
campus Tuesday. . Initials, G. R. C'.
on back, Please call Coleman 21717.
3-4

American League
Chicago ....000 000 100
Boston .....000 010 000

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LOST-Pair of dark shell rim glasses.
Reward. P. Rosenberg-8231. 5-6
LOST-Will the person who found my
pocketbook please remove what he
considers a suitable reward and re-
turn it to 812 Cathevine. C. C. Van
Veckfer. 7227. 5
MISCELLANEOUS
A SPECIALIST in children's care will
care for children in the home be-
tween 2 and 6 p, m. Call ° 6559 after
1,:30 p. M. 3-4-5
SENIOR-Lit wants room-mate for
an excellent suite at 1210 Wash-
tenaw. Call 9175. 3-4-5
CHOICE-White Clover honey, the
best we harvested in years. $1.50 in
ten pound cans. Dial "P. Wuerfel
6187. 3-4.
ROOMS-4For light housekeeping for
two, $35 a month-$17.50 apiece.
Telephone 5571. 3-4
WILL-Person who borrowed Conklin
pen in Room 25 Angell Hall Friday
please return it to 521 East Jeffer-
son or call 3141. {

Natioina1 League
Boston........100 010 001-3 7 0
St. Louis.......200 000 000-2 7 0

New York ....000 000
Pittscburgh ... .401 000
First Game-
Brooklyn.... ..000 000
Cincinnati ... .010 040
Second Game-
Brooklyn ......003 001
Cincinnati ..000 000

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