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V'AGE SIX

THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

. SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1929

TEN

RUN

RALLY

IN

SEVENTH

WINS

FOR ATHLETICS

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EIGHT RUN LEAD IS OVERCOME BY CRASHING'
OUT TEN SOLID BEE BLOWS IN SINGLE ROUND
Simmons and Haas Both Get Cir- Nehf. Simmons , singled to left
cuit Smashes as Mackmen Cochrane holding second. Foxx
Chase Four Cub Pitchers 1 singled to center, Cochrane scor-
ing Simmons taking third. Malone,
GROVE AGAIN hURLS WELL replaced Blake. Miller was hit by
a pitched ball. Dykes doubled ,to
(Continued From Page One) left, scoring Simmons and Foxx.
McMillan popped to Foxx. English;Boley and Burns fanned. Ten runs,1
walked. Boley tossed out Hornsby. ten hits, no errors.
No runs, no hits, no errors. Eighth Inning.
PHILADELPHIA-Dykes singled CHICAGO-Grove went to the'
to right and went to second when box for Philadelphia. Boley threw
the ball got away from Cuyler. out Grimm. Taylor fanned. Hart-
Holey sacrificed, Grimm unassisted. nett batted for Malone and struck
Quinn fanned. Grimm retired 1 out. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Bishop. No runs, one hit, one error. PHILADELPHIA-Carlson took
Fourth Inning the mound for Chicago. Bishop
CHICAGO-Wilson flied to Mil- singled to left. Haas sacrificed,
ler. Cuyler singled to right and Carlson to Grimm. Cochran singled
went to third when the ball went to left, but Stephenson's throw to
through Miller's legs. Stephenson Taylor caught Bishop trying to
popped to Boley. Grimm hit a score. Simmons fanned. No runs,
home run over the right field fence, two hits, no errors.
Cuyler scoring ahead of him. Tay- Ninth Inning
for grounded to Boley. Two runs, CHICAGO-MlcMillan and Eng-
two hits, one error. lish both struck out. Hornsby flied
PHILADELPHIA-Haas fouled to to Miller. No runs, no hits, no er-.

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Taylor. Cochrane doubled to left. rors.
Simmons rolled to McMillan, whose-
toss to Hornsby got Cochrane. Wil- E
son took Foxx's liner in left center. Chicago
No runs, one hit, no errors. McMillan, 3b
Fifth Inning English, ss
CHICAGO-Dykes threw out Hornsby, 2b
Root. McMillan rolled to Boley. Wilson, cf ...
English lined to Bishop. No runs, no Cuyler, rf ...
hits, no errors. I Stephenson, If
PHILADELPHIA-Root knocked Grimm, lb
down Miller's smash, but could not Taylor, c ....
throw him out. Wilson dropped Root, p.....
Dykes' fly, both runners being safe. # Nehf, p ......
Miller was caught stealing third, Blake, p .... .
Taylor to McMillan. Wilson made a Malone, p ...
wonderful catch of Boley's smash Carlson, p ...
to the center field bleachers. Quinn *Hartnett ...
struck out. No runs, no hits, one er-
ror. Totals . ...

BOX SCORE
AB R.
3 0
4 0
5 2
.3 ,1
4 2
f...... 4 1
4 2
3 0
.3 0~
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
........34 8

Sixth Inning.
CHICAGO - Hornsby singled
through the box. Wilson singled to
right, Hornsby holding second. Cuy-
ler singled to right, Hornsby scor-
ing and Wilson taking third. Steph-
enson singled off Bishop's glove,
Wilson scoring. Walberg replaced
Quinn. Walberg fielded Grimm's
bunt and threw the ball into right
field, both runners scoring and
Grimm going to third. Taylor flied1
to Haas, Grimm scoring after the
catch. Root fanned. McMillan
struck out. Five runs, four hits, one
error.
IHILADELPHIA-Bishop flied to
Stephenson. Haas grounded to
Hornsby. Wilson took Cochrane's
fly. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Seventh Inning
CHICAGO-Rommell went in to
pitch for the Athletics. EnglishE
filed to H-aas. Hornsby tripled to
center. Wilson walked. Cuyler sin-
Bled to left, Hornsby scoring.'
Stephenson hit into a double play,!
Dykes to Bishop to Foxx. One run,,
two hits, no errors.
PHILADELPHIA - S i m m o n s
slammed a home run into the left
field stands. Foxx singled to right.
Miller got a Texas League single to
center. Dykes singled to right, scor-
ing Foxx. Boley singled to center,
Miller scoring and Dykes taking
third. Burns batted for Rommell.
Burns flied to English. Bishop sin-
gled to center, Dykes scoring and
Boley taking third. Nehf replacedC
Root. Haas got a home run when
Wilson misjudged his fly, Boley and
Bishop scoring ahead of him.
Cochran walked. Blake replaced

Philadelphia
Bishop, 2b .......
Haas, cf .........
Cochrane, c .....
Simmons, if .....
Foxx, lb ........
Miller, rf ........
Dykes, 3b......
Boley, ss ........
Quinn, p ........
Walberg, p..... .
Rommell, p.....
Grove, p .........
**Burns .........
Totals.......
Chicago-

AB R
... 5 1
...4 1
...4 1
...5 2
...4 2
...3 1
.... 4 1
... 3 1
...2 0
. 0 0 0
...0 0
...0 0
...2 0
.36 10

H PO
0 1
0 2
2 1
2 3
3 0
1 2
1 7
08
-0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
9 24
H PO
2 2
1 2
2 9
2 0
2 10
2 3
3 0
1 1
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
0 0
15 27

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3,
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0
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0
0
0
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0,
2'
5
0
0
0
0
0
10
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SCORES BY QUARTERS OTHER SCORES ISCONSIN BS DOWN
1st 2nd 3rd 4th IFinal
2Ia Colgate31, Michigan State 0. 4 OLERINE RESERES
Georgia 15, Yale 0.
Brown 13, Princeton 12.
]Iliichigan,0r0n16o0 1613Army 23, Davidson 7. (Continued From Page 1)
1DNotre ame 14, Navy 7. Although neither squad showed
P"Tempe128, St. Bonaventure 0. !anything on the offense in the first
P mu 6 0 tHarvard 35, New Hampshire 0. half, and little more on defense,
Chicago 13, Indiana 7. the Badgers unleashed a powerful
----- - ------ - - Williams 27, Bowdoin 6. ball-carrying combination consist-
Boston University 27, Vermont 6. of Hakes, Neuport, and Anderson in
PLAYX BY PLAY ACCOUNT OF PURDUE GAME Colby 20, Norwich 7. the second that was not to be stop-
.-- - Penn State 26. Marshal Col. 7. ped. The Michigan offensive was
___._. _ - ___Wand ---.-14,----- ---- ' ll 6. weak during the entire game ex-
First Period downed without a gain on the next !goal line. Hudson was stopped in W. and Jfayette23, Manhattan . cept for an occasional flash of
Michigan kicked off. Gembis play. The period ended at that his tracks. brilliance which could be attributed
booted the ball to Welch. Welch point. Simrall's forward pass to Gembis Tmore to individual players than ,to
caught the ball on the last line and Score: Michigan 0, Pur :e0. was incomplete. Simrall made Third Period team work
plunged for 12 yards before he was Second Period seven yards on a fake place kick Michigan kicke off, starting the t
downed. Simrall kickedoontthenfirsttplay and it was fourth down with three third period and White was down- IHowever, the Wolverine defense
Wec wasmgive thecbad on the intescnfeidadirtea to gain. Simrall's forward pass Ied on the 30 yard line. Welch six especially that of the forward wall,
first play and went two yards catching the ball, zigzaged 15 yards knocked down by Welch just with- yards, Hewitt, substitute, bringing showed to excellent advantage in
through Michigan's right side of to his own 30 yard line. Harmeson in Purdue's goal line. him down. Gembis intercepted a the last part of the game. Bauer,
Purdue forward pass and it was the Blaine, and Mosser were outstand-
the line. Welch booted the next tried a forward pass to Caraway The old fake place kick by Michi- visitors' ball on Purdue's 20 yard ing in this department all of them
ball and the ball went out of but it was incompleted. gan proved as deceptive as ever l . T k yi
bounds at mid-field. Welch punted 45 yards to Sim- in its first trial against Purdue. through the line. Gembis made For the Badgers, the star of the
Truskowski gained two yards rall, who ran out of bounds on his Harmeson failed to gain for Pur another yard. It was fourth down line was Mark CatlinJuiorthe
through the center, and Dahlem own 30 yard line. Hudson hit the due, and Welch again caught Mich- and one yard to go. Gembis made son of Mark Catlin who defeated
made two more through the same middle of the Purdue line for two igan flat-footed with a 45 yard it first down. The goal was 12 Michigan in 1902 while playing end
place. Simrall tried a long pass to yards. Gembis made a yard and punt to Simrall, who was downed yards away, Truskowski made a for Chicago. Catlin, Senior threw
Truskowski who did not even get Michigan kicked again, the ball go- on the 20 yard line. Simrall was yard on a cut-in play md a ny Cak Catind Sen threw
yardon acutin pay.Dinny Clark behind the Mici an
his hands on the ball. Simrall ing out of bounds on the oppo- thrown for a loss of two yars, and He added four more. A dquble goal line for two points which
punted to Purdue's 15 yard line nents' 20 yard line. It was a 55 Hudsoni failed to gain. pass failed, Michigan being thrown turned the tables on the Maize and
where White, who caught the ball, yard kick by Simrall. Purdue took Simrall punted on the next play for a one-yard loss. With a fourth Blue.
was downed. Yunovitch hit the time out. to Purdue's 15 yard line, and White down and five to gain, Gembis Likewise, much of the credit for
Michigan line for five yards and Yunovitch made five yards was downed almost in his tracks. made a place kick with Simrall the Badger victory must go to Cat-
Welch added another through the through the line and followed with Yunovitch slipped through the holding the ball, making the score lin, Junior. His uncanny snatching
same place. another five yards to make it first heart of Michigan's line and dash- 6 to 3. of different passes did much to
Harmeson's plunge through the and ten. ed 30 yards before being downed. Welch caught Gembis' kick-off, keep the ball deep in the Michigan
line was good for 15 yards. Yuno- Harmeson made two and on the Simrall brought the flying full- fumbled it. then made his own 15- territory, while few gains were
vitch failed to gain when play was next play was thrown without gainia back down. A forward pass, Har - yard line before being downed. tmade around his end.
resumed. On a long run around Michigan was penalized five yards meson to Woerner, was wild. Hud- Hareson made a yard. On a With Neuport out-punting Wid-
end, Harmeson was downed after when Roach was off side. Yuno(.- snpledHreo dw fe delayed pass, he made five more, annb euiu akeb man and Anderson by a wide
gangas beautiful ackl b vitch again bent the Michigan line he had run five yards. Welch kick- Welch dropped back to kick, butdby
Dahlem. Welch punted out of(I to make it another first down. ed to the Michigan 15 yard line, it was blocked by Hayden, and margin, the play was in Wolverine
bounds on Michigan's 10 yard line. . - Caraway grounding the ball. Wil- Truskowski recovered and stepped territory for the greater share of
Simrall dropped back for a fake Truskowski threw Welch in his Liam Heston, son of the famous: over for a touchdown. the game, although on two occa-
kick and Hudson gained three tracks without gain. Welch kicked Willy Heston, went into the Michi- Gembis failed to make the point sions, the Michigan offensive car-
' cen with Michigan catching. Simrall n line after touchdown on an attempted ed the ball to the Badger 15-yard
Hudson added a couple mr caught up with the ball just before Simrall kicked to Purdue's 35 piae kick. The punt, which was line.
Purdue's left tackle. Simrall kick- it passed his own goal line and ran yard line where White was downed. blocked, was made on Purdue's Michigan Position Wisconsin
Pudeslf ake irl ikit out five yards before being yardstogao
ed to White in mid-field and the done. yard fai e to Both teams sent in several sub- third down with three yards to go Justice ... ..... r.e.......... Catlin
Boilermaker was run out of bounds downed. Simrall failed to gain. stitutes with only two minutes re- Gembis kicked off and White re- Bauer ......... r.t....... Roltman
without any gain. hrmson mao toppos maining of the second period. covered the ball after fumbling it Blaine.........r.g......... Backus
Yunovitch dove through through rog the heart of the opposile After Yunovitch made a yard, and was downed on his own 20 Schantz ....... c.......... Hansen
for five yards. Welch dropped back left end Cama was ben orked Purdue was penalized five yards. yard line. Richardson .... l.g......... Frisch
and made a short forward pass tod Caraway was being worked Harmeson's forty yard pass to Welch kicked to middle of the Morgan ........l.t....... Molinaro
Harmeson which was good for 10 on after getting a severe bump. Welch was barely touched by the field, where the bll was out of Mosser........l.e.....Lubratovich
yards. With fourth down and 10 Yunovitch gained four yards big half back. Truskowski stop- bounds. Widman......q.b.....Czerwinski
yards to go as a result of the pen- through the line, and on the ne ped Yunovitch. Dahlem failed to gain through Brown ........r.h. ......Anderson
alty for holding, Welch punted 20 play ,Welh cut through Michigans1 Harmeson made two yards, Trus- the center of the line. Simrall Pearlman.....l.h... ... Gustavel
yards to Michigan's 15 yard line. r acklecd dahed 3 ard kowski again making the tackle. threw wild in an attempt to for- ........ .....b.......Neuport
Dahlem went through Purdue's ortkickfcowth taraway fail Welch dropped back topunt on the ward pass. Simrall kicked to Pur- Score by quarters:
right guard for two yards.t cor t dextrapignt. fourth down but the period ended due's goal line. The ball was out Michigan..........0 0 0 0-0
Score: Purdue 6; Michigan 0. before the play was executed.
Hudson failed to gain through Gembis kicked over the Purdue h (Continued on page Seven) Wisconsin........... 0 0 0 6-6
center. Michig an was penalize d 15 goal line when play started again. ~
yards for holding. Simrall kicked The visitors took time out to talk
to Purdue's 40 yard line to Trus- ethings over.
kowski, downing the ball. Harmeson fumbled and Truskow-
Hudson failed to gain and Dah- ski recovered for Michigan. Michi- I TH ETQA ITY
lem made five yards around Pur-
due's left end. Simrall kicked to gan was only 15 yards from the V '1
White on Purdue's 35 yard line and
the Boilermaker was downed al- Qfour Work
most in his tracks. Purdue took
time out.C UI
When play was resumed Welch(TH E
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right side for four yards. Harme-
son made two more. Welch made a,
short forward pass to Harmeso nR crat-goes wt every-,A
but the Purdue man dropped the Wholesome rtcre-
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*Batted for Malone in 8th.
**Batted for Rommell in 7th.
Runs batted in-Dykes 3, Haas 3,'
Grimm 2, Cuyler 2, Stephenson,
Taylor, Simmons, Boley, Bishop,
Foxx.
Errors-Wilson, Cuyler, Miller,
'Walberg.
Two-base hits-Cochrane, Dykes.
Three-base hits--Hornsby.
Home runs-Grimm, Simmons,
Haas.
Sacrifice hits-Taylor, Hass,
Boley.
Struck out-By Quinn 2, by Wal-
berg 2, by Grove 4, by Root 3, by
Malone 2, by Carlsona1.
Bases on balls-Off Quinn 2, off
C Rommell 1, off Nehf 1.
Hit by pitcher-By Malone (Mil-
ler.)
Double play-Dykes to Bishop to

It was fourth down and Welch
kicked high to Michigan's 35 yard.
line where Stears, a Purdue player,
downed the ball. Gembis made fivei
yards in two line plunges. He was

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