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,SATURDAY,

OCTOBER 12, 1929

THE Iri1hi

DAILY

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Play By Play Account ofCub'sWin In Third Game
AR A L IT Stephenson. Bishop went out to vancing. Taylor threw out Foxx. Four Big Ten Games i BADGERS UNDERTAKE EXTENSIVE
srtright to grab'Grim s Tekas No runs, one hit, no errors.
Leaguer. Taylor fanned. No runs, Eighth Inning d Scheduled For TodayFALL VARSITY CREW CAMPAIGN
nfortrgtt rbGimsTxsN us n hit, no errorsCA -M ila chedled FotT d
PHILADELPHITr-CSIhrane beat Boley. English fanned. Hornsby the squad yesterday. __-_-
out a hit to short. Simnons lined doubled to right. Wilson walked. Fuhrman, veteran Iowa MADISON, Wis., Oct. 11- With
1 rn oa for. next spring s freshman crew.
(Continued From Page One) to Wilson. Bush tossed out Foxx, Cuyler fouled to Foxx. No runs, guard, hastnot been declared eg s football dominating thepopular Nr ett the fullssmor fre
(Coninud Fom Pge ne) Cochrane taking second. Miller' one hit, no errors. ible as yet pending investigations Nri httefl tr o l
tried to steal home. No runs, two singled to center, Cochrane scor- PHILADELPHIAEnglish threw on charges of professionalism and mind, few but rabid enthusias- though but three members of his
hits, no errors. jn , Miller was out stealing Ta- UMilrDyebakdSphn probably will not break into the have noted the exceptional situa-thuhbthrem brsohs
g. e a u taigTy out Miller. Dykes backed Stephen- h tion which exists in Wisconsn row- 1929 varsity crew, which finished
Third Inning lor to Hornsby. One run, two hit' son against the left field bleachers Ohio game. in hics ti so n 1929 varsie whic fined
CHICAGO-Taylor popped to no errors. f h li Bol fli Indiana's squad of 25 members g this fall. fifth at Poughkeepsie last Jne,
Dykes. Bush fanned. McMillan Sixth nnig or s ner. oey ed to Cuy left for Chicago Thursday where Under the observing eye of Crew have returned to college, Mike has
popped to Bish. No runs, no hits, CHICAGO-Bush walked. Mc errors they will do battle with Stagg's Coach Mike Murphy, a fall rowing one boat made up of eight veteran
no errors. Millan popped to Cochrane. Dykes Ninth Inning punchless Maroons. Indiana is campaign is in progress such as the oarsmen and, for the first time in
PHILADELPHIA-Bisho fumbled English's grohde, both CHICAGO-Stephenson doubled favored to take this battle after University of Wisconsin has never Wisconsin history, has enough
p popped, to left. Earnshaw tossed out the stron showin made against had in its thirty-five more or less freshmen with rowing experience
to Grimm. IHaa: singled to right.|ruiners being safe. Hornsby sin Grimrm. Taylor popped to Bishop. Notre Dame last week, while Chi- checkered years as a rowing uni- to permit of his putting a frosh
Cochrane singled to center, Haas Bled to left, Bush scoring ardE- uhfnnd oIvriy
stopping at second. Simmons lishHholding second. dshop threwgBus fanned.No runs, one hit, no cago has not developed an offense versity. I crew on the water in the fall.
flied to McMillan. Foxx was safe out Wilson. Cuyler singledwEng- error.E to stop the Hoosier's passes. Large Squad Out The first boat of Varsity candi-
SnPHILADELPHIA-Summa batted Bradley should prove no match In short, Coach Murphy has more dates, as now made up, includes
when English fumbled his grounder. lish and Hornsby scoring. Stephen- for Earnshav and struck out. for the powerful Illini, but Minne- than 30 candidates for his next Ihde, former captain Drouet, Mar-
Miller flied to Stephenson. No son flied to Miller. Three runs, two I Bishop was out, Grimm unassisted. sota may meet a tartar when they varsity crew, rowing daily on Lake ple, Keenan, Zabol, Weber, Cap-
runs, two hits, one error. hits, one error. Hornsby threw out Haas. No runs, run up against Vanderbilt, usually Mendota, and over 70 men enrolled tain Goodnight, Oberdick and
Fourth Inning PHIADELIIA-Dykes flied to its no errors a power in the South. and hard at work as candidates Sperling.
CHICAGO-Foxx took English's Stephenson. Boley fouled to -------------
pop fly. Hornsby struck out. Wil- Grimm. Earnshaw struck_ out. No_
son singled to right. Cuyler fanned runs, no hits, no errors.
No runs, one hit, no errors. Seventh edRniUg
PHILAELPIA-Dykes fied to CHICAGO-Earnshaw tossedout
Wilson. Boley singled to - center. Bs ann. No rnis no hMs n lem ers and M echanics DankRU
Earnshaw sacrificed, McMillan toeros
Grimm. Bishop walked. Haas filed errors.LA LH -BCsnl
to Cuyler. No runs, one hit, no er- PHILADELPHIA-Bishop singled Star Pocket
to right. Bishop went to secondon 205 East Hutioh 330 South Mate Street i
rors. ia wild pitch. Haas fouled to Tay- 0SBilliard M atches
Fifth Inningr. Cochrane walked. Simmons
CHICAGO-Bishop threw out flied to Wilson, both runners ad- S
- STARTING MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1929
6 MATCHES

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d Floor

rHODIST
;CH
Washington Sts.
V. Stalker, D. D.
, Rev. Samuel J.
Director, Mr.
rning Worship.
HS OF CHRIS-
Stalker's sermon
ble Classes for
ly Hall led by
Carrothers and
n.
eyan Guild De-
Leader, Mr.
House at Wesley
ening Worship.
YOU?," Rev.
rmon subject.
N CHURCH
ivision Sts.
son, Minister
elil, Secretary for
rning Worship.
vine Formula for
Class. 'Teacher:
McClusky.
Hour for Young
g People's Meet-
G. Hildner.

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
On East Huron, west of State
Rev. R. Edward Sayles, Minister
Howard R. Chapman, Minister for
Students.
10:30 A. M.--Morning Worship. Mr.
Sayles will preach. Topic: "LIFE
AS A MIRROR."
12:00 N.-The Church School.
12:00 N.--Students will meet at
Guild House. Mr. Chapman will
speak.
5:30 P. M.-The friendship hour to
which all our students are invited.
6:30 P. M.-The devotional meet-
ing.

1.

BETHLEHEM
EVANGELICAL CHURCH
(Evangelical Synod of N. A.)
Fourth Ave. between Packard and
William
Rev. Theodore R. Schmale
9:00 A. M.-Sunday School.

FIRST CONGREGATIONAL
State and William
Allison Ray Heaps, Minister
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13
10:45 P. M.-Morning Worship.
Mr. Heaps will speak on "WHAT
IS RELIGION?"
5:30 P. M.-Student Fellowship
Lecture by Prof. Arthur S. Airon,
"HUNTING HISTORY IN
SPANISH ARCHIVES."

WANTED

10:00 A.
Sermon
German
5:30 P.
supper.

M.-Morning Worship.)
by Rev. W. F. Cuthbert.
service will be omitted.
M.-Student flleowship

6:15 P. M.-Student Devotional
Meeting.
7:00 P. M.-Young People's Dis-
cussion Hour.

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meal. Forest Inn, 538 Forest. C
WANTED-Roommate for senior
girl in light housekeeping suite.
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South State. 561
ATTENTION STUDENTS
For self-supporting students desir-
ing , fascinating remunerative
work either temporary or perma-
nent, may I suggest that many
students of both sexes have earn-
ed scholarships and cash suffi-
cient to defray all college ex-
penses representing national
magazine publishers. If inter-
ested write or wire for details. M.
A. Steele, National Organizer, 5
Columbus Circle, New York, N. Y.
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 12, 3

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and litiron Sts.
Rev. Harold P. Marley, Minister
10:30 A. M.-School of Religion.
10:45 A. M.--Morning Service.
Sermon topic: "Religion Not An
Opiate."

Attend'
church
regularly
on
Sunday

ST. ANDREW'S
EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Division and Catherine Sts.
Rev. Mr. Henry Lewis, Rector
Rev. Mr. T. L. Harris, Assistant
8:00 A. M.-Holy Communion.
9:30 A. M.-Holy Communion
(The Student Chapel in Harris
Hall.)
(The Kindergarten will meet at
eleven o'clock.
9:30 A. M.-The Church School.
10:00 A. M.--Morning Prayer and
Sermon. Preacher: Rev. Thomas
L. Harris.
6:30 P. M.--The Student Supper, in
Harris Hall, followed by three
study groups led by Mr. Harris,
Miss Ellen .Gammack, and Pro-
fessor Robert Angell-

LOST

6:0i0 P. M-
clussion led

-Student Supper. Dis-
by Dr. Horace West.

LOST-One pair of black rimmed
glasses Tuesday night on the
campus. Please call Noah Bryant
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BROWN LEATHER NOTEBOOK on
campus Saturday. Dial 6061. 45
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JNDATION ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH
Washington St. at Fifth Ave.
Dial 3779
E. C. Ste!!ihorn, Pastor
Hall. Day of
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FIRST CHURCH
CHRIST, SCIENTIST
409 S. Division St.
10:30 A. M.-Regular Morning
service. Sermon topic: "Our Sin,
Disease and Death Real?"
E. C. Stellhorn
11:45A. M.-Sundav Schoolr follow-

ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN
CHURCH
(Missouri Synod)
Third and West Liberty Sts.
C. A. Brauer, Pastor

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