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September 28, 1927 - Image 6

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The Michigan Daily, 1927-09-28

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Pirates And Cards Il\l
Defeat Cubs, Reds I ASSES RULIN
As Race Nears EndEXLDflYr


UU~ing ncnau,4-. mAexander On Focibll 1 11ed
played the hero role for the Cardinals, ----
allowing the Reds but three scattered COACHES DISSATISFIED
hits, while his teammates pounded -
Donohue for eleven.N (ly Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Sept. 27.-A new rule
This leaves the Cardinals still two
at the Unitedl States Military academy
games behind the Pirates, but with a making plebes ineligible for football
slim chance to cop the National league the disqualification of several players
pennant, should they succeed in win- deficiencies,
ning heirthreeremaningbecause of scholasticdeiines
ning their three remaining games. In several early season injuries and a
this event the Pirates would have to lack of competent reserve material
oe the i thre remaining games have combined to throw a haze ver
schduled wth he Rs rnnhArmy's gridiron prospects this season.
Chicago gathered the first run in the The Cadets won their opening game
thirdl inning, but Pittsburgh came in fr'omn oston Unilversity, 13-0, but the
from behind and banged out two in the from satonlactory , s
fifth. which rvdmgienght result was far from satisfactory ors
fit,whc proved margin enough to Coach "Riff" Jones andl his assistants
give the fighting Pirates the victory. view it.
Kremer allowed the Cubs five hits, Weg i re .
while the Pirates collected seven off Army zvas impressive on the defense,
Carl son. but the attack, barring a surprisingly
New York downed the Phillies 6-2, successful overhead game in the first
gathering eighteen hits off Sweetland. period, was even below what might be
The Phillies rallied in the eighth, but expected in the first encounter.
were unable to cross the plate for So long as regulars are available
more than two scores. for duty, Jones may have as strong, if
Only one game was played in the not a stronger team' than he put on
American league, this proved to be the field last year. Injuries mig
just another game for the Yanks, tak- cripple the team overnight, however,
ing the Athletics into camp, 7-4, and in such an event the Cadets are
Nationai League Leaders. bound to suffer accordingly, for the
W. It. Pet., second string material appears to be
Pittsburgh..........93 58 .6160mediocre.
St. Louis .........91 60 .603 Vetermnt ltelurn.
New York...........89 61 .593 Born and 1-arbold, outstanding
players, are holding down the end
National League. positions. S'pragtie, a great star, and
Pittsburgh ........000 020 000-2 7 1 Perry, are at the tackles, Ilammack
Chicago...........001 000 000-1 5 1 and Seeman at the guards and Hall
at center round out the forward wall.
St. Louis.........000 100 120-4 11 1 Meehan, Cagle, Wilson and Murrell
Cincinnati.......000001 000-1 3 1 the starting backfield, seem strong,
New York .......301 001 001-6 18 0 Coach Jones has four weeks in
Phillies ..........000 000 020-2 7 0 which to whip his team into condition
for the Yale game. There will be no
American League. experimenting with shift plays or the
Athletics........000 100 101-4 9 3 lateral pass, at least for the present,
New York .......000 114 100-7 11 4 as the coaching staff realizes the ne-
cessity for grounding the squad thor-
Washington-Boston, no game, cold. oughly in the rudiments.
- - The rule was passed at the West
UJPoint institute after the Naval Acad-
PUCKELWARITZ INJURE 1) i emy threatened to break off relations
Wk, with the Cadets. The Service game
yWlam a uckaewartz, '28,an last yearly attracts huge interest, etmnaxed
year's varsity baseball captain and last year by the throng of 110,000 that
Jleading candidate for the quarter- witnessed the spectacular 21-21 tie at
back berth on the football team Soldiers, Field, Chicago.
this season, yesterday sustained a
broken hand during football prac- SOUTH BEND-The Notre Dame
tice at Ferry field. football squad lost 781 pounds in one


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Do you know that many college mien and women keep an extra
Sawyer Slicker tucked away in their car or somie convenient
place to protect their friends' comfort as well as their own ?

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