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'T'AE MICHIGAN DAILY
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NE YORIK TRAVELS
TO T ,LOUIS TODAY
Tom Zachary and Jess Haines To
Be On the Mound As Third
Title Battle Opens
HOYT READY TOMORROW

J YANKS' MOUND CEHOIC E

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SCORE BY

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MYichtgA A O
PLAY BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF W-

With a day's rest and two vic-
tories over the Cardinals tucked
under their belts, Miller Huggin's
slugging crew of Yankees will in-
vade the Redbird's stronghold this
afternoon for the third contest of
the-1928 World's Series
Jess Haines, who played a major
role in the Cards dash to the Na-
tional league pennant, appears to
be McKechnie's one remaining
hope to stop the bats of the Junior
circuit champions, while old Tom
Zachary's southpaw slants and his*
ington Senators and the St. Louis
Browns will attempt to emulate the
performances of Hoyt and Pipgras
in the first two games.
Their morale badly shaken by
the fact that the aces of their
mound staff, Sherdel and Alexan-
der, failed to stem the Yankee tide,
the Cards will be fighting with
their backs to the wall this after-
noon. A victory will give them a
chance to come back, while if
Zachary's southpay slants and his
teammates' bats coordinate as has
been the case thus far, nothing
but a miracle can prevent the crew
of Huggins from taking the title.
The demise of old Pete Alexan-
der, dean of the National league
hurlers, was especially harmful to
the Redbirds. It was a hard blow
to the morale of a team that wasn't
going too well anyway, and it takes
a game club to come back and bowl
over an outfit like that moulded
by Huggins.
Today's game looks like the one
big chance that is left for McKech-
nie, because Waite Hoyt, the Yan-
kee's leading hurler and the best
money pitcher in either league, will
be ready for mound duty in the
fourth game tomorrow. Hoyt, it
will be remembered, let the Nation-
al leaguers down wth three hits to
take the opener 4-1.
The Yanks continued to hit op-
portunely behind the nearly fault-
less twirling of George Pipgras in
Friday's game, combining eight hits
for nine runs. Even the reserve
outfielders, Durst and Paschal, who
are rattling about in the shoes of
Earl Coombs in center field took
part in the fun at Alex's expense.
There is always a chance that a
team will suddenly emerge from a
slump and find itself. Playing on{
their home field with everything
to gain and nothing to lose, the
Cards may prove a stubborn team
to beat. But if this is to be the
case they must perform in a very
different manner bothin the field
and at the plate than they have
in thedgames thus far, and Haines
must do something that Sherdel,
Alexander and Mitchell have fail-j
ed to accomplish, namely to stop
the slugging of Babe Ruth, Lou
Gehrig and Company.
Be sure and renew your subscrip-
tion to The Michigan Daily-$4.00.
VARSITY SWIMMERS
Members of the Varsity
swimming squad will begin
track work tomorrow after-
noon at Yost field house.
Lockers and equipment will be
I issued at that time.
Matt Mann, Coach.

Tom Zachary
Wolverine Harriers
In Second Trial Run
Captain Wuerful led the cross-
country team over the regular
three-mile course in their second
trial run with the total time of
16:30. At the end of one mile, Jes-
son was in the lead with the time
of 5:22 with Wuerful second; and
at the end of two miles Jesson was
still first and Wuerful second. Jes-
son had a total time of 10:46 up
to this point. However from this
point the captain overtook and
passed his teammate and finished
the distance in the lead.
Smith also made a good showing1
yesterday as did Kennedy, Aubery,
and Herbert. Monroe, one of the
fastest men on the squad, was un-
able to run because of illness, but
this is not serious and he will be
in shape to run against Wisconsin
October 26.
The Wisconsin meet will be run
over the same courses as that
traveled yesterday Nvith the) ex-
ception that the finish will be ex-
tended into the Ann Arbor Coun-
try Club golf course to make the
extra half mile that is necessary
in intercollegiate cross-country
runs.
STATISTICS
II
First Downs
{ Michigan 5, Ohio Wesleyan 7.
{ Yards from Scrimmage
{ Michigan 87/2, Ohio Wesley-
an 131.
an 1Passes Completed I
Michigan, 5 out of 13 for 32
yards.
OhiosWesleyan, 5 out 11 for 41
( yards.
Mihian Punts
Michigan averaged 35 yards I
( on 11 kicks.
Ohio Wesleyan averaged 38
{ yards on 14 kicks.
y Penalties
(Michigan, 25 yards; Ohio {
IWesleyan, 60 yards.
( I I

FIrST QUARTER
Capt. Rich of Michigan won thel
toss and chose to kickoffto the!
invaders. Capt. Glancy of Ohio
Wesleyan chose Athe south goal,
with the wind at his back.
Gembis kicked off to Thomas
who caught the ball back of his
goal line and returned it to the 25-
yard line. Glancy failed to gain.
Breese faked a kick and threw a
forward2pass to Thomas which
netted 25 ,yards, but the ball was
called back and Ohio Wesleyan
was penalized five yards for being
offside.
Breese made it first down on the
Ohio Wesleyan 37-yard line. On
the next play Ohio Wesleyan was
penalized15 yards after complet-
ing a pass, making it first down
on their own 34-yard line. Glancy's
pass fell incomplete.
Breese punted to Simrall, who
returned the ball to the Wolver-
ine 40-yard line, but Michigan was
offside and the ball was brought
back. The Wolverines were penal-
ized and Simrall returned the pig-
skin to the Michigan 33-yard line.
Simrall got off a poor punt which
was downed on Michigan's 47-yard
line. Breese was tackled by Pom-
merening for no gain. Thomas
hurled a pass which fell incomplete
but the referec allowed interfer-
ence and it was first down for Ohio
Wesleyan on the. Michigan 40-yard
line.
Thomas rounded Michigan's
right end to the Wolverine 30-yard
line, giving Ohio Wesleyan a first
down. Halliday was held to no
gain by Pommerening and Poe.
Halliday made two yards on a wide
end run, but the ball was brought
back and Ohio Wesleyan was pen-
alized 15 yards for holding.
Ohio Wesleyan asked for time
out. The penalty was assessed
from the point the foul was com-
mitted, making it third down with
the ball on Michigan's 48-yard
line.
Straub intercepted a pass thrown
by Capt., Glancy on his own 25-
yard line and ran to the Ohio
Wesliyan 31-yard marker before he
was tackled by Kyle. Straub was
knocked out on the play.
Gembis faked a place kick from
the 38-yard line and passed a for-
ward pass to Rich which netted
three yards.
Wesleyan took possession of the
ball on downs on its own 26-yard
line. Halliday was stopped for no
gain at Michigan's left side. Breese
made a nice gain but both sides
were offside and the ball was called'
back.

Wheeler replaced Simrall a
right half .for Michigan. Rich hi
Ohio's right tackle for two yards
Gembis gained three yards through
the other side of the line. Gembi
made it first down on the4 Wolver-
mne 47-yard line. Wheeler made
five yards off tackle. Ohio Wes-
leyan again took time out.
Gembis added three more
through Wdsleyan's right tackl
but the ball was called back and
Michigan was penalized 15 yards
makingit second down on the
Wolverine 40-yard line.
Capt. Glancey of Ohio Wesleyan
was carried off the field. McKin-
ney replaced Glancy. Rich mad
four yards through left tackle
Rich added five more through
Wesleyan's right side. Wheelei
punted to Ohio Wesleyan's 37-yard
line, Halliday failed to gain as the
first quarter- ended.
Score: Michigan 0, Ohio Wes-
leyan 0.
SECOND QUARTER
Wheeler intercepted a pas,
thrown by Breese and it was Mich-
igan's ball in midfield. Wheeler
threw a pass to Rich which netted
12 yards and a first down on Wes-
leyan's 38-yard line. Wheeler lost
a yard on an end run.
Wheeler punted over the goal
line and the Bishops put the bal
in play on their 20-yard line
Breese was tackled by Bovard for
a one-yard loss. Thomas was
forced out of bounds by Gembis
after a two-yard gain, on a wide
end run.
A .pass by Thomas was knocked
down by Steinke. Thomas fumbled
but recovered and made four yards
around Michigan's right end.
Breese punted to Wheeler, whc
caught the ball and was forced out
of bounds at the Michigan 37-yard
line. boe;3-a
Rich broke up a pass from Halli-
day to Breese. Poe stopped Halli-
day for no gain. Breese kicked and
the ball went out of bounds at
Michigan's 38-yard line.
Wheeler was caught from behind
by Abbey for no gain. Rich found
For Sale
New English type home at
1231.Baldwin Ave. Price is
right. Will reint. Shower by
appointment.
ELMER E. BROOKS
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3rd 4th FINAL
7 317
7 0 7
ESLEYAN GAME
t a big hole off tackle for 14 yards
t and first down on Wesleyan's 48-
yard line. Gembis went through
z the same hole for five yards more.
s Gembis hit Wesleyan's left side for
-j another yard.
e Truskowski held McKinney to a
- 2-yard gain. Halliday completed a
pass to Kyle which netted six
'yards.
e Thomas plunged through for a
d first down on Michigan's 34-yard
,line. McKinney gained right side.
e Pommerening tackled Breese for
no gain.
QF A forward pass from Halliday tor
- Thomas gained Wesleyan a first
e down on the Michigan 15-yard line.
. Michigan took time out. Cornwell
was sent in for Orwig at Michigan's
r right end. Thomas hit Michigan's
right tackle for three yards. [
Halliday rounded Michigan's left
end for five yards, but Michigan
- was offside and Ohio Wesleyan re-
fused to gain and took the penalty,
making it second down at Michi- 1.
s gan's six-yard line.
- McKinney gained a yard through
Michigan's right tackle. McKinney
again took the ball for another
yard through Michigan left guard.
(Continued on Page 7)
Pa
I University
1' Students
find this training USEFUL NOW
and INDISPENSABLE LATER.
Enter anytime-why not
TODAY?
Ius H~Lp ou KEi0tANI ME Ol
Pabe Ruth
it

e idol of the baseball world ...
"The King of Swat"
. . a . . . S 9 9
BE RUTH .. . making the test in the
sling room at the.Yankee Stadium. He was
ed to smoke each of the four leading brands.
ring his taste with, blacksoffce between
ikes. Only one question was asked: "Which
do you like best?"!

WILL PITCH FOR CARDS [ W PRACTICE
TO STARTTOMORROW
Wrestling First Intercollegiate
s. Sport to Get Under Way In
New Intramural Building

OLYMPIC MEN ON SQUAD.
Wrestling will be the first inter-
collegiate sport to get under way
in the new Intramural building
with the announcement of Coach
Clifford Keen's call for Varsity try-
outs tomorrow afternoon. Although
the competitive season will not be-
gin for several months, the condi-
tioning exercises and practice
bouts will be commenced this
week.
Graduation took its toll from the
1928 team, three veterans ending
their collegiate competition. Sauer
and Donohoe, both former Big Ten
champions in their weight divi-
sions and Prescott, are lost to the
squad, while Thomas, 135-pound
star, has not returned to school.
Three lettermen will compose
the nucleus of Coach Keen's outfit.
Captain Warren will return to take
care of the 175-pound division.
Bob Hewitt, 125-pound ace and
(Continued on Page 8)

Jesse iaines

SECRET PRACTICE
During the coming week
the Varsity football squad will
hold secret practice daily in
preparation for the Indiana
game Saturday. The public
will not be admitted to the
practice field.
Coach E. E. Wieman.

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