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PLAY BY PLAY /
NEED ONE GAME TO TIE
Mackmen Rely on Two Mound LaJuenesse booted the ball to
Aces to Make Series Safe lliowitz, who received the ball on
his 10-yard line and ran it back
for Philadelphia. to his own 29-yard marker.
A" HBreen hit Michigan's left tackle
After "Wild" Bill Hallahan's strik- for three yards. Breen went
ing victory over the Philadelphia through center for five more. He
Athletics yesterday afternoon in was tackled by Simrall. On the
Athltic yeterdy ateroon next play the Spartan's drew a
Sportsmans Park, it looks as if all 15-yard penalty for holding. Grove
that the Cardinals needed to bring was forced to punt to Tessmer, who
them out of their crestfallen posi- ran the ball out of bounds at his
tion was a change of scenery back own 30-yard line.
once more among the old home Heston Gains.
crowd. CarsBacknPHeston slipped through State's
Caththrd Bckmpn tre f left tackle for six yards. Tessmer
With their complete rout of the added two more on a quarterback's
Athletic's powerful combination in sneak through guard. Tessmer punt-
the third game the Cardinals are ed out of bounds at State's 17-yard
back in the picture after having line, but the ball was called back
dropped the first two contests. Yes- and Ridler was penalized five yards
terday's win places the National for roughing Tessmer in the act
League club just one game behind of kicking. The penalty gave Mich-
the world champions and will prob- igan a lrst down on the Wolverine
ably give them enough confidence 43-yard line.
so that they will be able to keep up State drew a 15-yard penalty on
the hitting streak which started as the first scrimmage play. Grove
a result of Douthit's home run in punted from back of his own goal
the fourth inning of Saturday's bat- to Tessmer, who caught the ball
tie on the 45-yard line and was forced
Today's game will probably see out of bounds after a seven-yard
the two men who went to the mound return, but the ball was called back
in and Michigan was penalized 15
on the opening day of the series nyards, giving State the ball on its
Shibe Park take up the hurling du- own 20-yard marker.
ties again. "Lefty" Grove will un- Simrall took the' ball on a cross
doubtedly be Connie Mack's choice, buck and made five yards through
while the task of evening up the State's left tackle. Michigan was
series will fall on Burleigh Grimes, penalized five yards for taking too
the Redbird's spit ball king. After much time in putting the ball into
four days of rest since he turned play. Tessmer's long forward pass
back the St. Louis team by a score was grounded.
of 5-2, the Philadelphia pitching Breen Makes Run.
ace should be in tip-top shape for Tessmer punted out of bounds at
his task of subduing the western the 11-yard line. Breen rounded
representatives. Gabby Street's se- Michigan's right end for 21 yards,
lection for the twirling job should giving the Spartans a first down
do as well as he did last Wednesday, on their own 33-yard line. Monnett
made three yards through Michi-
when he held the Macks to less gan's right side. Grove punted to
hits than his own team collected, Tessmer, who ran the ball out of
and if his mates back him up the bounds at his own 29-yard line.
way they did Hallahan yesterday Rider tackled Heston from be-
the fourth game of the series shouid hind for a four-yard loss as Willie
go to the Cards. was attempting ai end run. Hud-
Redbirds' Hopes High son was held to a one-yard gain
If the Redbirds win today their through Ridler. Tessmer punted
spirits would be raised so high that to Grove, who caught the ball on
they would be the favorites to take .his own 35-yard line. Hewitt miss-
the next contest as there is one ed the tackle and Morrison downed
more game scheduled at PoSt. Louis the runner on the State 47-yard
before the return to the East. line.
Simrall tackled Breen for a six-
yard loss. Monnett failed to gain
wore by Quarters
ACCOUNT OF MICHIGAN-M. S. C. GAME
through for a first down on State's
47-yard line. He made his gain
Scre: Michigan 0; State 0.
Monnett rounded Michigairs eft
end for three yards before he was
forced out of bounds. Breen found
a hole at Michigan's right tackle
for a two-yard gain but the ball
was called back and Michigan was
penalized five yards for being off-
side. Eliowitz went through center
and failed to make first down by
a matter of inches.
A bad pass by Morrison rolled to-
ward the Michigan goal and was
recovered by Hudson on the Wolv-
erine 24-yard line, losing 22 yards,
Hudson drove through center for
five yards. Tessmer punted to
Grove, who was forced out of
bounds at his own 35-yard line.
Grove again was forced to punt
near his own goal. He kicked high
and the ball went out of bounds at
his own 44-yard line. Tessmer's
pass to Simrall was nearly inter-
cepted by Eliowitz. Vandermeer
hurried Tessmer on another pass
which was grounded, Michigan
taking a five-yard penalty for the
second incompleted pass.
Tessmer punted to Grove, who
was tackled by Daniels as he made
the catch on State's nine-yard line.
DeBaker Goes In.
Eliowitz hit center for two yards.
Monnett added another y a r d
through. the same place.. Grove
punted to Simrall, who was forced
out of bounds at State's 43-yard
line. DeBaker replaced Heston.
Newman went in for Tessmer and
Hozer substituted for LaJeunesse.
Hudson cut back through tackle
for an eight-yard gain.
Newman failed to gain on a
wide end-run. He was forced out
of bounds. DeBaker struggled
through on a first down on State's
32-yard line. Purdum replaced
Auer at left tackle for Michigan.
Newman completed a pass to Wil-
liamson gaining 12 yards and giv-
ing the Wolverines another first
down on the Spartan 20-yard line.
State took time out.
A big hole was opened up for
Hudson who went through the cen-
ter of the Spartan line for nine
yards and a first down on the State
Newman started an end run
around Spartan left flank and cut
back through left tackle and over
the goal line, but Michigan was
offside on the play and the ball was
brought back and the Wolverines
were penalized five yards.
Newman completed a lateral pass
to DeBaker but Vandermeer tackled
the Michigan halfback for a seven-
yard loss. Fogg knocked down a
pass thrown by Newman. Eliowitz
knocked down another pass on his
own goal line and Michigan was
penalized five yards for the second
Newman dropped back in place-
kick formation with Simrall kneel-
ing on the State 25-yard line. He
attempted a field goal at a difficult
angle but the ball was both wide
and short. It was fourth down and
State put the ball in play on its
own 20-yard marker.
Score: Michigan 0; State 0.
Tessmer returned the kick off of
Eliowitz to the Wolverine 37-yard
line. Eliowitz took time out after
making a hard tackle of Tessmer.
DeBaker rounded State's end for
Hudson went through for first
down on Michigan's 47-yard line.
It was close. DeBaker broke through
Michigan State's left tackle caught
from behind by Vandermeer and
sprinted 30 yards. He was on State's
22-yard line. State was penalized
five yards for being off side on
the next play.
DeBaker sprinted through State's
left tackle for six yards ,for first
down on State's 11-yard line. Hud-
son was slowed up by his own in-
terference and failed to gain. Tess-
mer cut back through State's right
tackle for four yards. Hudson add-
e.d three more through State's left
Simrall took the ball on fourth
down to within two yards of State's
CHICAGO, Oct. 5.-Unless a re-
count alters the figures, the batting
championship of the American
league belongs to Milwaukee Al
Simmons, of the champion Phila-
Final unofficial averages give
Simmons a mark of .381, two points
better than the accomplishment of
Lou Gehrig, of the Yankees. Sin-
mons played in 138 games, while
the New York first baseman worked
in every game of the season-154.
Simmons also topped the junior
league in scoring, with 152 runs,
while Gehrig clamped onto three
goal, but failed to make it first
down as State took possession of
the ball on its own two-yard line.
Grove punted from behind his
own goal to Tessmer who caught
the ball on the 35-yard line. He
was tackled by Meiers on the 30-
yard line. Grove tackled DeBaker
for a 10-yard loss when the latter
attempted a wide end run.
State was penaiized five yards
for having two backfield men in
motion at the same time when the
ball was passed from center. Elio-
witz was held to no gain on a
spinner. Grove's punt was caught
by Hudson and he was downed in
his tracks on the State's 43-yard
Hudson plunged through State's
left side for eight yards. Sol Hud-
son made it first down on the next
play through State's right side. The
ball was on the Spartan 30-yard
line. Michigan took time out.
DeBaker faked a plunge through
State's left side and then made
three yards through the right.
Meiers faked a forward pass and
Hudson took the ball through
State's right tackle for 17 yards
and a first down on the Spartan's
Hudson. again carried the ball
through the same hole for three
more yards. Simrall failed to gain
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Clark and Penniman Deadlock
at 152 Strokes Apiece;
Fischer Is Low.
FRESHMEN SHOW ABILITY
With the completion of qualify-
ing play in the campus golf tour-
nament, a playoff for the last ofI
the 11 places open became necess-1
ary. Clark and Penniman, tied at?
152, will meet this morning on the
University course in an 18-hole
match for the last position.
The last morning of play brought
no changes in the previous leaders.
Fischer, with 137, and Montague,
wiTh 139, remain at the head, and
Loveland's. 142 is still good for
Coach Thomas Trueblood said he
was highly pleased with the qual-
ity of play shown in the tourna-
ment, especially by the freshmen.
More than half a dozen of the
qualifiers are freshman, led by
Fischer, and including Loveland,
Hanway, Menifee, Bergelin, and
Dayton. Montague is a junior, but
is ineligible this year.
The play-off will take place at
9:00 this morning on the Univer-
sity course, at which time all of
the 10 who have already earned
their places and the five letter-
in e n, Royston, Hicks, Lenfesty,
Howard, and Livingston, are re-
quested to report on the first tee.
They will each be given an oppor-
tunity to play a practice round.
Entered in the tournament were
78 student golfers. The list of
qualifiers are: Fischer, 137; Mon-
tague, 139; Loveland, 142; Hobart,
and Hanway, 145; Root, 148; dlii--
nifee, and Bergelin, 150; Park, aid
Dayton, 151; and Clark, and Pen-
UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS --
Harry Volkmari has been selected
as the "most perfect' physical speci-
men among the men of the enter-
ing freshman class here.
QAMPUS [qLERSW ILMEET TUDAT
Two Popular Games
A COMPLETE LINE OF EQUIPMENT
REGULATION GYM SUPPLIES
There will be a practice of the
Varsity gymnastic team at 3:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon in
the Intramural gymnasium.
Wilbrur West, Coach.
on a wide run around Hewitts end.
He was forced out of bounds. Hew-
itt was injured and time out was
Grove got off a short purt which
went out of bounds at Michigan's
40-yard line. Heston went through
the same place. Heston struggled
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