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Wolves Get off to Slow Start


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i. ram 'ic i ecimicarns
in Final Periods.


I TJack Adams' Puck Chasers Show
Effective Play in Double
Win Over Olympics.
Having triumphed rather easily;,
over their city rivals, the Olympics,'
in the two games thus far played,
Detroit's newvly named Falcons
seem destined for better things in
this year's National Hockey League
race which gets under way this1

Cagle Joins Giants
in Professional Ball
Coaching the Mississppi Aggies
has not. been the success that
Cris Cagle expected and the fact
that his team has won only one
game this season may be one of
the reasons that hu has signed
un: with the New York Giants for
;20,000 for three years. The for-
mer Army star will finish the
season with the Giants and then
prepar e for the next season in
professional football. After eight
years of college ball the famous
Cagle will be expected to star.



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Running Plays Effective Against
Flint Team as Offence
Works Perfectly. v
With a handful of spectators in
the stands to watch them, the.
Michigan Junior Varsity eleven ranW
wild on Ferry Field in their game
with General Motors Tech. Coach
Courtright's proteges had every- GOG
thing their own way and had no CHRISTENSEN
trouble scoring on any type of
foblthtte chstoue'They got off to a slow start in the
first quarter with only 13 points
but they rallied and turned in tall-
ies at will to inake a grand total
of 77 before the final gun called off
the field day.
Berkowitz-: Scores Fi'st. Iay
Michigan op.-s: -xtho game by
taking itehtebi bll on T°ech's 30 -yardr-
line and ,advazncing it by a series
of line plos o tuhonby
marker. Michig)n was s3ahin
the hue conti-uously, ni nilrne ,cid
first dwS in the h,- first eua i
Wlii .~~beLng~mes dd nt crry Using the old Minnesota "cpowey
U) V.1 OlCO icgoa university footbali team this
c stthe z 1 Asat ou tsr , rr -n f its schedule in great shape. Thrl
adacdt 4- stripe for a touchdownI Tal . olet, guard, anu d rsiisein
oii i fhrst play. In a few iminutes
mne t he tryoiver ines had pushed l LA-CHT GOES TO
the ball down the field and Berk~o.
witz went over again, and Benz tal- CUBS IN BIG DEAL
lied. With the ball in Mi,-higan's
posession on Tech's 40-yard line,j Hornsby Approves Trade After
Bremnns.ent a beautiful field goal
thro gh the posts. Refusing Right Han der.
r ,h Pase~s Fail. (3 soitdPes
The G-AT players tried to do(TAwticdre)
something- with the ball, but were CHICAGO, No0v. 8. - Rogers
forced to kick a miserable ten- Hornsby, one of the shrewdest of
(Continued} on Page 7) baseballrmen, has admitt~ed heR





"yc sI'llto
r plys" t % Clarecme Spears, the
ye'has run throu.gh the early part
.r,;of h c stairs are Kitzmiller,
en, hek

weenk. In downing tne minor,
league team by scores of 3-0 and Reinstated Veteran Was Star
10-2, Jack Adams' puck chasers of 1918 World Series,.
flashed a brand of hockey which
far surpasses anything they showed (B-" ' soirCss)
;last season, save for a few bril-I CHICAGO, Nov. 8.-Jim Vaughn,I
liant streaks which they er ioyecl.' 42 years old, wants to serve the CubsI
AtraStart Raggedly. again as a south paw pitcher and
Aftr arather ragged start in. may get a chance.
the first tilt the Falcons came Vauzghn, who was rated as one
ba lk strong in the second encoun- cf 1rte best lefthanded pitchers in
ter, and showed an effective for- basall was with the Cubs for 101
wardT line coupled with an impre - l.,x. until 1923 wvhen a salary dis-
r:L'' i: dfense which vimas fr 'o rcnr caused him t o desert
£G.a combination for the O' 01., tiedbas-b-?11. He piecito
C rs ; vecorie. 'The r r ft C;m1 :. nr s KiresaLw: . Landis'
web'_, cerd s howed -an ee x t.... told he must remn out of
1or combination nlay whrichsL gy La el for a yearb core it c '-
thaem golals i-n addition to the eiantLed. He p.,'; -d no b bi
f' "ti oft:;' several mte mbers. 51teason and Thursday wVat-
Adams can place e} Lr r avcte- .stored to good standing anal stii'1
an or r'ookie set of for,,ards 01-1tthe IS the property of the Cubs.
ice with Cooper, Hay, Lewis, Air,: I-He won 23 garnes for thie Cub.
and Goodfellow fallig into tM 'n 1917, and was the Chicago iron
former class, and Filmore, Mc- ;m-an in the 1918 world series --
Inenly, McCabe, Creighton andl gainst the Boston Red Sox. f'ir
Sorrell comprising the younger, pitched three games, losing two by'
' group. The defense men can lilke-; one-run margins and winnringoz.
wise be divided into two classes _________
i- with Noble and Rockburn beng -.r_
veterans, and Evans, Hicks, and
Kleinmakig upthe ooki set
Klei makn uuthe ooki set
" Dolson is Back.
Adams is at present undecided r
as to who will occupy the nets asI
Herbie Stuart is holding out and f I
Dolly Dolson who tended goal for
Detroit two years ago has bee'n I
pressed into service. However ef-
forts are being made to obtain Billy 1
Beveridge, who was last season's
goaline, either on option or by sale
from his owners, the Ottawa Sena- I
tors. You

Dc raveling,
Veteran Wolverine li n em an,
whose play against Harvard yester-
day at righi ackll was the best he
has shovwn since the start of the
preset ridlronn sason.
i,,Tickey Walker's first heavyweight
fiht, wihich res. ulte d in a decision
loo him over Johnny Risko, of
CUlv, _ ._ _, places him on a par rat-
§w ti seveal oisher boxers who
{: (.aleiin ax Schmeling for
the ea~ye~ghMlile. Walker, al-
+F h'__:i ertia1ihis adversaries,
ilc conceded as good a chance as any
for the crowvn.

Superior Indian Tbeam Outclasses
Both Opponents, Scoring
Total of 24 Points.
(S'~pecial to The Daily)
CHAMPAIGN, Ill., Nov. 8.-
Illinois' cross country team,
which from advance predic-
tions was not rated as being
overly strong, surprised today
by upsetting the harriers of
Michigan and Ohio State in a
triangular meet. The Illini
scored a total of 24 points, to
defeat their opponents by a
wide margin, Ohio State mak-
ing 50 points, while Michigan
trailed with 53.
Michigan's first WesVrn Confer-
ence cross country meet of the
year, a triangular affair with Illi-
n ois and Ohio State, was run, off
over the University of Illinois
course at Champaign yesterday.
The course, a comparatively, level
one as compared to the one, over
which the Wolverine harriers have
worked all season, was supposedly
of a type that would make it easier
for the Maize and Blue.
IMichigan entered the meet as
the slight ravorite, as the strength
of the teams representing the other
two Conference schools was little
known.. The previous record of the
Michigan team, however, did not
point to any great strength, as in
its two earlier meets it had lost to
-Ypsilanti and had beaten Michigan
IState, whose team this season rates
far below the one that has run for
the Spartans in recent years.


'thevenow Traded to
Pirates for Bartell
I' c m in y Thevenow, former St.
Louis Cardinal shortstdp who play-
ed last year wvith the Phladelphia
Phillies, has been traded, along with
! pitcher Willoughby, to the Pits-
burgh Pirates in exchange for
shortstop Bartell. The Pirates, by
the deal, not only acquire a good
shortfielder. but one of the best
huilers on the Phillies' staff. As
Sweetland has also been traded
1 from the Philadelphia team, just
who Manager Bert Shotten plans to
use in the box next year is a ques-


General Motors

Bova rd LE Gregor
Horowitz LT' Furman
Parker ' LU Davis
Winsion C Weaver
Benz R 7r;Grey
Unger RYITlffmanl
Justice W11right
Berkowitz Q,. H riow
Podlewski L11I1Brau rn
Brown RILv
Coombe Fig pancoast
Score by quarters:
Michigan.......13 30 21 13-77
General Mtrs. T. 0 0 0 0- 0
Touchdowns : Berkowitz 4, Bre-;
men 3, Brown, Kutsche, Podlewski,
and Hurwitz. Points After Touch-
down: Brermen 3, Benz 3, Justice,
and Parker.
Field Goals: Bremen. Officials:
Referee-Guy Morrison; Umpire--
Ralph Huiston; Field Judge-J. H.
McCulloc h; Hea d Linesman-Dr.
W. J. Monilaw.I

missed one when he thought Ed
Baecht wasn't much of a pitcher,
when Baecht asked the Rajah for
a job four years ago.
Hornsby Thursday approved a1
deal with the Los Angeles club of
the Pacific Coast league, in which
Baecht, a right-hander, will come
to the Cubs in exchange for a bun-
dle of. cash and seven players.
Catcher John Schulte, infielder Ed-
die Farrell, pitcher Al Shealy, an-
other pitcher to be named later,
will be turned over to the Angeles
at once, and three more will be
sent on option.
While Hornsby was leading the
St. Louis Cardinals to the 1926 Na-
tional League title, Baecht asked
him for a trial. He said he was
a pitcher, but Hornsby was busy
and said he didn't have time to
bother with the youngster. But for
that, Baecht might be a Cardinal,
working to make life miserable for

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