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PAGE EIGHT

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CARD'S BATTERS STRONG by Joe Russellj
Despite the unfortunate loss of
American League supremacy, the Captain Harold Smead, veteran
claim of the junior baseball circuit center, who was severly injured
for the last three years in its bat- in a motor accident last summer,
ties withe Natipnal League clubs, Coach James Crowley appears to
w1l be threatened again today have built up a gridiron machine
when Gabby Street. will lead his 'at Michigan State college which
s *prising, St. Louis Cardinals will prove a real testfor Michigan's
against the champion Philadelphia I football squad when the teams
Athletics: in the.first game of the. meet this Saturday.
1O30 World Series.
In 1926 these same Cardinals The absence of Smead is a
astounded the baseball .world by real blowto the hopes of Coach
dawning the New York Yankees in Crowley since the big, center
aiWorld Series. Since that date the wasone of the best menon
Nationaleague has won exactly theSpartan ine last year and
one out of 13 games played with Iasd cunted on to more than
their American League rivals i the hold up his position in the
bW~ ribboni, classics.. ew Yrk to ward wal this season. How-
cm e back strin 1927 t defeat ever Meiers, who was drafted
tbe Pittsburgh Pirates in four to hold down the pivot position
straight games, while in 1928 the has more than come up to
Y~nkees again took the title after his coach's expectations and
bating the Cardinals in four played his first game against
skrmishes. Last season the Ath- Alma with unusual brilliance
ltics carried on the good work, for a new man.
wlloping the Chicago Cubs,' four
games to one. Against the Presbyterians the
;According to the 1930 Cardinals, Green machine rolled. up twenty-
this year will tell a different tale. eight points while holding its op-
Strongly reminiscent of the 1914 ponents scoreless throughout the
Boston Braves, who went up from game. The Spartans took advant-
the cellar, to take the National age of their breaks, and while some
IUague title, the St. Louis team has weak spots appeared in their play,
came up from a poor fourth place Coach Crowley characterized their
to beat out the last year's cham- performance in the first game of
pion Chicago Cubs and the sur- the. year as "highly satisfactory."
pitising Irooklyn Dodgers for the
championsahip. With this encouraging show-
t With eyery regular on the club ing behin them, the Spartans
batting over .300, Manager Gabby are pointing, for the Michigan
Sitreet will lead a team on the field game with all the determina-
t at will; even be stronger at bat tion and hope of the under dog
than the def ending chmpions, the which refused to be beaten. On
Athletics, who.boast of such slugg- paper 'their task appears a
ing stars as Al Simmons, Jimmy hopeless one since in the past
Woxx, Mickey Coclhrane, and Ling the Wolverines have seemed to
Miller. Leading thse Cardinal bri- le, able to either pile up a hugh
g de will e a fey, Watkins, Frisc, score when they were strong,
Bttomley, and Mancuso. ff, just manage to squeeze out
QOf the two teais the Athletics awin when the Maize and Blue
have the edge i..tae field, but even lad a particularly weak squad.
the Philadelphia inner works is ot
as effective as it once was when Out of the twenty-four times
Max Bishop and Joe Boley were at when the two schools have settled
their prime. This season has seen state gridiron supremacy for the
this once famous combination sink year Michigan has trotted off the
in; general effectiveness, until now field with a victory twenty-one
it is bested by several keystone duos times. Once the invaders tied the
ini the American League itself. Wolverines, but only twice have
It is upon the pitching staffs that they been able to administer a
the fateg, of the series is likely to
depend.,Connie Mack, veteran man-
aer of the. A's, has a distinct ad-
vantage in this, respect with two
such sterling performers as Lefty
Grove and George Earnshaw, who
between them won 50 games foru 0 l
ftiladeplia. during the season, or
only two less victories than the
Boston Red Sox won all year long. shop on Nort
In addition. to these two stars,
Mack has Quinn, Rommell, Shores, Avenue and t
Muhaffey, and Walberg with which
tp baffle te Cardinals.o
Burleigh Grimes and Bill Halla-
han are the two best bets of the some to bell
Mound City team. Hallahan, who
like Groe is a lefty, has had a
w9nderful season with the Cards prices are unr
and stacks up as one of the strike-
out kings of the senior loop.
Grimes, a veteran spitball pitcher
who has seen service with several
National League clubs, is another
S. Louis star and the likely starter
in the first game today. It is prob-VV e wish 1
able that he will be opposed by
Grove, who failed torstart a game "high price"
ii the last Wold Series.
Grove's left handed slants are
(Continued on Page 9)
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beating to the bigger school. Not
since 1915 when the Spartans
soundly drubbed Michigan to the
tune of 24-0 have they turned back
the Maize and Blue attack.
In the Alma game Coach
Crowley, one of the famous
"four horsemen" of Notre Dame
showed that he was running
true to the teachings of his
former mentor, Coach Rockne,
in that he presented a fast set
of backs in Breen, Grove, Mon-
nett, and Eliowitz. These four
ball: carriers will bear watching
in the game this Saturday and
should, cause the Wolverine line
plenty of worry.

Small Turnout Marks Openin g
Practices; Only Three
Veterans Return.
WILL MEET YPSI FIRST
With only three veterans of his
last year's squad back, Coach Hoytj
has started" training for the cross
country meets on hand this fall.
Altogether only 24 men have turn-
ed out in the first days of practice'
giving the coach a small supply of
material from which to pick an-
other squad.
Stubby little Fitzgibbons comes
back as captain this year and his

However State's line showed sev- Ianky running mat, Austn, wil
eral weak spots which may be the continue along with him. The on-
determining factor in their stand ly other regular member of the
against the Wolves. The blocking! 1929 team will be Wolfe who has putI
was not all that could be desired in some good work in both indoor'
in the line. Also the State passing. and outdoor track. This trio of
attack, a sore spot in the' Crowley veterans will, have to form the!
attack last year did not show any backbone of the 1930 squad in con-
improvement in the curtain raiser trast to the returning ten men
of the 1930 season. 1 who gave Steve Farrell a neucleus
last fall.
Northwestern Eleven Reinforcements a r e at h a n d
though in the persons of Howell,
Clashes With Tulane Hill, and Klahn, three outstanding
in Gridiron Feature runners from last year's freshman
squad. If these sophomores con-
(Special to The Daily) tinue the good work that marked
The much debated question of them last year they should prove
whether middlewestern football is a real help to Coach Hoyt in round-1
su o tg out a new team.
superior to southern football or In addition to this half dozen of
vice versa will again come up for proved runners there are several
settlement when Northwestern uni- men who although they have never
versity opens its 1930 season here been on the first squad, have been
Oct. 4 with the t Tulane team I turning out for couple of years in
. wOrestrong. an endeavor to make the squad.
of New Orleans. Among these Feustel, Crawford,
Both teams can well be consid- and Hayes are the best bets to fin-
ered representative of their respec- ally take their places with the reg-
tive sections this year. Tulane last ular teamy.
season won the Southern Confer- the meager turnout to date and
ence championship and is back has issued a call for any who might
with most of its 1929 qrew on hand. f be interested to come down to the
At the same time Northwestern Field House and join the other
candidates when they take the road
won three and lost two Big TenI at 4:30 every afternoon. It offers
games a year ago, and with as
veteran squad back, should be a good workout and may develop
vetransqud bckshold e a few new prospects for the team.
ready to uphold the reputation of f T eM p Hares will tart
the middlewest in creditable fash- The Michigan'Harriers will start
ion. (Continued on Page 9)

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Interference
EROVRNEEEE
HAS SECRET ~RILL
Coach Kipke Sends Picked Team
Through Series of Fast
Running Plays.
INTERFERENCE IS SLOW
For the second time this season
Coach Kipke drilled his Varsity
grid squad behind closed gatesyes-
terday. Beginning with a light
work out for the individual play-
ers; he later sent a picked team
through a series of fast running
plays, concentrating the backfield
on offense.
Hudson, DeBaker, Tessmer, and
Simrall worked in the backfield to-
gether and later Goldsmith, East-
man And Heston teamed up with
Tessmer. ,The m a i n difficulty
seemed to be in the lack of speed
shown by the interference. The
ball carriers were repeatedly slow-
ed up by their own men obstruc-
.ting the way.
DeBaker and Heston showed a
good deal of speed but had diffi-
cult in cutting in behind their of-
fense. At present the coaches are
concentrating on blocking practice
for all men with the 'backs doing
the hardest work. A short period
was also devoted to a series of
short running passes with Hudson
doing the heaving.
At present the injured list re-
'88 Photo mains the same with Doc Morrison
fielding are still favoring his back, Howard
ens the. 1930. Auer suffering from a wrenched
the Quaker shoulder, and Leo Draveling exer-
t u cising his knee back into shape.
emen in the Morrison, who has been breaking
in at center this season, will prob-
ably be unable to work in a game
for a time and it is likely that Ivan
n ClosedSmith will be used to some extent.
Df Week : The- first, string team used Mor-,
gan at center withCornwell at
groups and right guard and LaJeunesse at left
guard. Later Stan Hozer who was
°et at Water- much in evidence early in the prac-
ieek of Mon- tice season but has been rather in-
e main floor active of late relieved LaJeunesse
.oand showed considerable speed on
inder of this plays.
ut will be a- Samuels and Purdum filled the
,h all regular tackle posts with Hewitt and Dan-
ts. (Continued on Page 9)

Associated Prc
Stellar St. Louis Cardinal infielder, whose batting and
expected to greatly aid the Mound City team when it op
World Series today against the Philadelphia Athletics at
City. Frisch is ranked as one of the greatest second bas
game today.
ENDURANCE MARK Waterman Gyr
S E T BY SWIMMER!During Rest c
(Bfy Associiated Press)
ALETT p. --Ar All freshman class
VALETTA, Malta, Sept. 3-Ar- Iathletic squads will me
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for endurance swimming, having day, October 13 Th
remained in the water 68 hours d11
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minutes. He left the water at 4:18 week for refinishing, b
1p. m. The former record of 67 1
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