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PAGE SIX

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SIMMONS HITS HOMER
Grimes Fails to Hold American
League Champions After
Getting Early Lead.
FIRST INNING.
St. Louis-Douthit w~as retired,
Bishop to Foxx. Adams struck out,
swinging. Frisch also went out,
Bishop to Foxx. No runs, no hits,
no errors.
Philadelphia-Bishop struck out.
Dykes, was out on a roller to first.
Cochrane walked. Cochrane was
out stealing second. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
SECOND INNING.
St. Louis - Bottomley fanned.
Hafey popped to Dykes. Blades also
fanned. No runs, no hits, no errors.
PhiladeIphia-Grimes tossed out
Simmons. Foxx doubled to right
and went to third as Blades fum-
bled the ball. Miller hit a long
sacrifice fly to Blades, scoring Foxx.
Haas flied to Hafey. One run, one
hit, one error.
THIRD INNING.
St. Louis-Mancuso singled to left.
Gelbert singled . to right, sending
Mancuso to second. Grimes bunted
safely along the first base line,
filling the bases. Douthit sacrificed.
to center, scoring Mancuso. Adams
also sacrificed, scoring Gelbert.
Frisch hit through the box, again
filling the bases. Bottomley fouled
to Foxx. Two runs, three hits, no
errors.
Philadelphia - Boley flied to
Hafey. Grove fanned. Bishop was
out, Grimes to Bottomley. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
FOURTH INNING.
St. Louis-Hafey flied to Haas.
Blades drew a base on balls. Man--
cuso flied out to Simmons, Blades
holding first. Gelbert singled, send-
ing Blades to second. Grove struck
out Grimes. No runs, one hit, no
errors.
Philadelphia-Adams tossed out
Dykes at first. Cochrane flied to
Blades. Simmons hit a home run
high over the right field fence,
tying the score. Foxx fanned. One
run, one hit, no errors.
FIFTH INNING..-
St. Louis-Douthit grounded to
short. Simmons took Adam's high
fly for the second out. Frisch dou-
bled to right. Bottomley grounded
to Foxx. No runs, one hit, no errors.1
Philadelphia-Gelbert tossed out
Miller at first. Haas went out the
same way. Boley grounded out to
Adams. No runs, no hits, no errors.
SIXTH INNING.
St. Louis-Hafey and Blades both
grounded out, Boley to Foxx. Man-
cuso flied out to Miller. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
Philadelphia-Grove struck out.
Bishop walked. Dykes doubled to
right, scoring Bishop from first.
Cochrane fanned. Simmons walked
on four pitched balls. Foxx fanned.
One run, one hit, no errors.
SEVENTH INNING. ! IE
St. Louis-Gelbert grounded out,
Dykes to Foxx. Grimes singled to
right. Boley made a beautiful stop
of Douthit's grounder, but the
throw was late. Adams singled to
left, sending Douthit to second.
Bishop took Frisch's hard liner for
the third out. No runis, two hits, no
errors..
Philadelphia - Miller flied to1
Adams. Haas hit a triple to deep1
right field. Boley bunted a sacrifice
to Grimes, scoring Haas from third.
Grove grounded out, Gelbert to
Bottomley. One run, one hit, no
errors.
EIGHTH INNING.
St. Louis - Bottomley grounded
out, short to first. Hafey doubled
to center. Blades flied to Haas.
Mancuso fouled to Cochrane, .No

runs, one hit, no errors.
Philadelphia-Bishop went out,
Frisch to Bottomley. Dykes ground-
ed out. Cochrane hit a home run
over the center fieldrfence. Sim-
mons flied out. One run, one hit,
no errors.
NINTH INNING.
St. Louis-Gelbert fanned. Puc-
cinelli batted for Grimes andj
fouled to Cochrane. Douthit was'
out on an infield fly to Boley, end -
ing the game. No runs, no hits, no
errors.
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. frn l nnir'iIJAYVEE GRIDD1ERS ll,[fl~ IFA
SHINES IN REDBIRD OUTFIELD rLv[L PWINS OPENER TOYFACE CEINTEAUL
STATE TEACHERS
JUHI H Coach Courtright will pit his P
r green B team against a proven op-
eed and Simplicity of Game ponent this Saturday when the Better Blocking Marks Secret
Make It Popular Sport I I Wolverine :reserves journey to Mt. Workout With Yearling
With Student Pleasantfor their opening game Football Squads.
Wi Sdtwith Central State Teachers Col-
SEASON TO START SOONIWith only five days of practice LINE STILL UNSETTLED
before the innaugural, coaches
One of the new games which in- Courtright and Keen are pushin Practicing again behind closed
coming students will soon become the candidates through stiff drills gates the Wolverine Varsity yes-
Iacqainted with through their n order to have them in the best terday displayed a flashing attack
activities in Intramural Sports is l 4 of condition when they appear ont aainst the Freshman squad. On
::.< I Thi I. the Mt. Pleasant gridiron. The ma- er inta trpoth Vrsy
Speedball. This game, which is a t MP>tgf.el.,t.hearigs met a reva y
combination of football, basketball , .1jority of the men -are inexperiencd ed d tsuad of regularsm which dis-
and soccer, originated here at but show a willingness to learn. yed a oregularsic rdi-
~... Iplayed a more promising brand .of
andMlco ethigan n 92 anda sspead (With the men taken from the var- ball than has been in evidence this
Michigan in u21y and has spread sity squad earlier in the week and
a all verd tebcuntymadniybig;fall.
used by many universities and col- hj new s prospects k . Have Skull Session
leges as an Intramural activity. I fairly bright for a good "B" eleven After devoting more than half
Sevntitam.prtiipteli. iAfedeoigmrthn al
Seventy teams participated in hs!aan hour to skull practice, Kipke
last year's schedules and many very--I Mt. Pleasant succeeded in turn- brough the Varsity on to the field
fast and exciting games resulted in Lefty Grnvc ng back the charge of their op- for a short drill in kicking and
making it the best season on rec- V n ba fhett last tha and i o charging before lining up against
ord.Veteran fireballer of the Athletics iretsidratioiatof theurdesfth
ord. gith yearlings. The line is still
who defeated the St. Louis Cardi- Wolve's squad are picked to come h atya n oe qestin
Speedball Well Liked. nals yesterday in te first Wor ut of this week's game on the long Coacha f n pe n
Speedball is liked because it per- Series game. Although hit harder end of the score. CoachKipke stated. Morrison at
mits footwork, handwork, and than usual, the so thpaw sL r of Yesterday afternoon the coaches center and LaJeunesse and Cor-
Iheadwork-all three. Speedball has the Mackmen was poison in the drilled the candidates in the arts well alled the guard holes, while
borrowed the most desirable feature pinches to the Mound City team. of blocking, charging, and tackling . the and Wamson and Hew-
CH ICK of soccer-the kicking element- - - -The new men showed up well withe tackles. Williamson and Hew-
HAFEY and combined it successfully wi gthhne a g it drew the wing assignments.
Calina 11passing game. The passing is much gPtreal ofteb p os Than Simrahl, Hudson, Tessmer and
the same as in basketball. Instead Through Light Dr is go far is rather small and th DeBaker opened up the day from
js a srte ml n h behind the line by displaying more
-of scoring by means of shooting, chances of a successful season de- and using a cler mi
however, as in basketball, an end Coach Ray Fisher continued e a el -ip and using a clever combina-
zone has ben added behind the freshman football practice Wed- ber of candidates who come out tion o rushing, running and aerial
goal line, and a touchdown can be nesday with a turnout of slightly for the team, however, the size of ai a.Using many of the run-
I-made by catching a forward pass more than 100 candidates. The the squad is growing everyday. A- nixing them with the shorter ine
in this zone. There are times when I yearlings were put through a light :nong the members of the junior bucks, the Varsity ball toters gain-
the ball may be punted or drop- assing and punting drill, giving Varsity squad who show the most ed at will against what is general-
askicked but these plays, along with he men lentof exercise to lim- promise are Gitman Chobset and ay cned toabe onehof thegsnran-
associated Press Photo -ly conceded to be one of the strng
Outfielder of the St. Louis team that dropped the first ganie of the the forward pass into the end zone, her up their bodies. Most of the Holmes. est first day turnouts the freshmen
1930 World Series to the' Philadelphia Athletics. Hafey is one of the are the only resemblances to foot- first year men were held to the ever displayed.
heaviest hitters in the Card's lineup, and were it not for an attack of ball. The player who has the ai passing workout, but a select fe vl - E I Criplayedr
may not run with it. Consequently,weealwdtalentlbotFEfJA' OICICnriungheraesshe
sinus trouble when he had attained his prime would probably be one no n d ite- and receive the pigskin. Due to a conflict with the of the success to the long gains
of the best batters in the National League today, npAeFreshmanB was the decided turn for better
ference, andn edfo rtc Although there are several tall]Feha Banquet being held ,bocin
tive uniforms. (freshmen out this fall, as a general I this evening at the Union, the cking displayed by the Wolves.
Several Minor League WEST IS NAMED Requires No Great Skill. rule most of those that came out Intramural Department has Coach Kipke called back play af-
Itis a mistake to think that this- so far do not carry much weight. postponed the finals of the
Stars Taken in Draft NEW GYM COACH new game requires a knowledge of The number of really promising freshman swimming to 5:30 blockin ahd of the man with
the rules and technique of three men is small, there being only a o'clock Friday afternoon. . t b W t i typ
Several former Big League stars Wilbur D. West, new coach of games. While it has used element- handful of prospects who are show- of interference and more speed in
of some rominenep will return to gvmnastics brings to his work here I f o f eihi nr ' tnall Iiinga themselves outstanding in any ------o-

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the majors under new colors next
year, as the result of their draft
from minor league clubs by major,
league teams yesterday. Among the
most prominent to come back are'
Wilcey Moore, former New York
Yankee star, Stewert Bolen, for-
merly with the Browns, Bill Hun-
nefleld, whotwas with the Chicago
White Sox, Earl Sheely, another
former Chicago and Pittsburgh
luminary, and several others who
at one time or another were with
the Major league clubs. Detroit
and Pittsburgh were the only clubs
that made no deals for new play-
ers.
GYMNASTIC NOTICE
Candidates for Varsity and
freshman gymnastic teams are
asked to report to Coach West
at Waterman Gymnasium at 9
o'clock Saturday morning. Please'
bring your own equipment.
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more than seven years of experi- I and football to provide a combina- manner. Outside of these few the f
i ence as competitor and teacher. For tion kicking and passing game, the yearlings are not a promising
four years, from 1923 to 1926, he rules themselves are very simple; i bunch, although if they could be
was a member of the freshman and 'in fact, maybe learned at the first! coupled with those that are out
Varsity teams of Springfield col- attempt toy with the Physical-Eds the combi-
lege, and in 1929 served as assistant Every effort has been made to nation should give a well-rounded
coach at the (Continued on Page 7) squad.
IDur ing his junior year at Spring-- - _____________
field he went on an 11,000-mile tour
that included Mexico City. Last
year he coached a gymnastic squad
at the Boston Y. M. C. A. that com-
peted in the A. A. U. meet.
Now that Michigan has entered
Big Ten gymnastic competition, on-
ly two conference schools, Indiana
and Northwestern, remain out of
the fold. If sufficient materialcan
be found Coach West plans to
schedule dual meets with all other
Big Ten teams, to be held along
Iwith fencing.
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