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OCTOBER 9, 1930

-THE MICHIGAN

DAILY

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Tlvencs

Improve

in

Scrimage

N[ PLAYS AGA IAL SIMMONS CROSSES PLATE WITH WINNING
0 HILLED IN EU[EI TALLY IN SECOND GAME OF WORLD SERIES

EN N g C CE Howard Beats Root
r [ NT L in 21-Hole Match
AP P[9D PPB MISi ,I (Continued From Page 6)
510-yard, third hole, the 21st of
Coaching Staff Increased With the nath, he put a 100-yard ap-
LaSau and Burke Aiding proach within two feet of the pin
C h n nor a sure birdie.
Coach Johnston. Ront' third shot; had micscd the

Varsity Crosses Yearling
Linie Twice in First
Four Minutes.

Goal

COX GOES IN AT WING
Preparations for Purdue went for-
ward again today behind closed
gates and the Wolverines gave eve-
ry appearance of a sincere endeavor
to make the visit of the Black and
Gold an ineresting one for Coach
Kizer. Drills on blocking and charg-
ng ,were the lot of the linemen,
while the Maize and Blue backfield
worked on the perfection of some
of the most intricate and deceptive
plays of the season.
Despite the rather lukewarm of-
fensive play displayed last Satur-
day the Wolverines will unloose a
brand of fighting attack against the
Boilermakers that will leave noth-
ing to be desired. Coach Kipke this
week has instilled an enormous
amount of pep and aggressiveness
into the entire squad together with
the whole bag of trick plays.
Yesterday after the usual drill on
essentials the Kipkemen were divid-
e into two sections and dummy
practice was used to illustrate the
praper working and effectiveness of
the new plays. Some time was spe t
onthe punt formation and blocking
of kicks and passes was stressed.
Coach Cappon then brought his
pihed squad of Freshmen on to the
field for a short practice game. The
yearlings have been drilling on
scout outlines of the Purdue plays
for more than a week and they
were thrown against the Varsity to
accustom the Wolverines to the type
of offense and defense used by the
Boilermakers.
Hozer Plays Guard.
Lining up for the Varsity, Mor-
rison took the center post where he
seems to be a fixture and Cornwell
received the right guard assignment
while Hozer filled the left guard
hole with an unusual ability. Sam-
uels was in at tackle and Auer also
drew this assignment. Draveling
played the right wing and his knee to
all appearances has strengthened
enough for him to hold this assign-
ment for the rest of the season.
Williamson started on the left wing
but early in the game he was re-
placed by Cox. This was Cox's first
appearance at the end and he
showed considerable ability though
s e v e r a 1 times his inexperience
proved a handicap.
Behind the line Newman showed
well at quarter and Sal Hudson was
in his usual place at full, from
which position he was able to gain
at will through the center of the
yearling line. Simrall and Heston
started at the two half posts, but
after a few plays Eastman replaced
Heston.
Opening up some of the new fool-
ers the Big Wolves rushed the year-
lings off their feet and scored two
touchdowns in the first four min-
utes of play. The backfield combi-
nation worked perfectly and the
line opened holes ten feet wide.
INTRAMURAL NOTICE
Starting next Monday night,
the Intramural Building will be
open every night except Sunday
until 10 p. m. All courts and the
basketball floors, unless sched-
uledi in tournaments, will be
open for use. The pool will be
open from 7:30 to 9:30.
STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA-
The traditional first week of hazing
has been replaced by an orientation
period.

Al Simmons, hard hitting outfielder of the World's champion
winning run in the second game of the 1930 world series in *hicht
of six games to take the series from the flashy St. Louis Cardinals,

Athletics, crossing the plate with
the Philadelphia sluggers won four
who made such a fine showing the

the
last

month of the National League race that they came through with the pennant.

PLAYBYPLAYAC
FIRST INNING
St. Louis--Douthit struck out.
Adams fouled to Cochrane. Wat-
kins fanned. No runs, no hits, no
errors.
Philadelphia - Bishop flied to
Frisch. Dykes walked. Cochrane
lined a double to right, scoring
Dykes, and when Watkins fumbled
the ball Cochrane went to third.
Simmons fanned. Foxx walked.
Miller doubled to right, Cochrane
scoring and Foxx going to third.
Moore flied to Douthit. Two runs,
two hits, one error.
SECOND INNING
St. Louis-Frisch flied to Sim-
mons. Hafey also flied to Simmons.
Bottomley fanned. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Philadelphia - Boley rolled to.
Gelbert. Earnshaw struck o u t.
Bishop was hit on the arm by a
pitched bali. Bishop went. to sec-
ond on a passed ball. Dykes walk-
ed. Cochrane fouled to Adams. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
THIRD INNING
St. Louis-Wilson grounded to
Dykes. Gelbert flied to Simmons.
Fisher batted for Hallahan and
doubled to left. Douthit grounded
to Boley. No runs, one hit, no er-
rors.
Philadelphia-Johnson went to
the box for St. Louis. Simmons hit
a home run into the left field
stands. Foxx flied to Frisch. Mil-
ler doubled.to left. Moore struck
out. Boley flied to Watkins. One
run, two hits, no errors.
FOURTH INNING
St. Louis-Haas went to center
and Simmons moved over to left
for Philadelphia. Adams fanned.
Watkins popped to Dykes. Frisch
singled to left. Hafey flied to Haas.
No runs, one hit, no errors.
Philadelphia - Earnshaw struck
out. Bishop walked. Dykes slammed
a home run into the left field
stands, scoring Bishop ahead of
him. Cochrane was retired on a
great play from Frisch to Bottom-
ley. Adams threw out Simmons.
Two runs, one hit, no errors. ,

"COUNT OF GAME BO
Bishop. Wilson struck out. Gelbert ATHLETICS
flied to Haas. No runs, no hits, no (Bishop, 2b

X SCORE

......

errors.
Philadelphia-Foxx doubled off
Frisch's glove. Miller sacrificed,
Bottomley to Frisch. Haas sent a
sacrifice fly to Douthit, Foxx scor-
ing after the catch. Boley flied to}
Watkins. One run, one hit, no er-
rors. ,
SIXTH INNING
St. Louis - Blades batted forj
Johnson and struck out. Douthit'
fouled to Cochrane. High batted
for Adams. Earnshaw made a won-
derful stop of High's bounder and
threw him out. No runs, no hits, no
errors.
Philadelphia-Lindsey went to
the mound and High to third for
the Cardinals. Earnshaw flied to
Hafey. Bishop walked. Dykes doub-
led off the left field barrier, Bishop
holding third. Cochrane sent a sac-
rifice fly to Douthit, Bishop scor-
ing. Simmons flied to Watkins.
One run, one hit, no errors.
SEVENTH INNING
St. Louis-Watkins flied to Mil-
ler. Frisch tapped to Earnshaw.
Hafey doubled along the left field
foul line. Bottomley walked. Coch-
rane took Wilson's foul. No runs,
one hit, no errors.
Philadelphia-Foxx flied to Dou-
thit. Miller fouled to Wilson. Haas
tapped to Lindsey. No runs, no hits,
no errors.
EIGHTH INNING
St. Louis-Gelbert was out, Foxx
unassisted. Orsatti batted for Lind-
sey and was out on a similar play,
Foxx unassisted. Douthit rolled to
Boley. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Philadelphia-Bell went to the
box for St. Louis. Boley grounded
to Gelbert. Earnshaw flied to Dou-
thit. Bishop was out, Bell to Bot-
tomley. No runs, no hits, no errors.
NINTH INNING
St. Louis-High singled off the
wall in right. Watkins walked on
four straight. Frisch lined into a
double play, Foxx unassisted. Ha-
fey doubled to left, scoring High.
Bottomley walked. Wilson flied to
Miller. One run, two hits, no errors.

Dykes, 3b .......
Cochrane, c.....
Simmons, cf-If
Fox-, lb .........
Miller, rf .......
Moore, lf ........
Haas, cf.........
Boley, ss ........
Earnshaw, p ....

Totals
CARDINALS
Douthit, cf ..
Adams, 3b
High, 3b
Watkins, rf .
Frisch, 2b ...
Hafey, lf ....
Bottomley, lb
Wilson, c ....
Gelbert, ss ..
Hallahan, p
Johnson, p . .
Lindsey, p ...
Bell, p ......
*Fisher......
*Blades.
Krsatti ...

ABR H © A
.2 2 0 0 1
.2 2 2 1 1
.3 1 1 9 0
.4 1 1 3 0
.3 1 1 10 0
.3 0 2 2 0
.2 0 0 0 0
.1 0 0 2 0
.4 0 0 0 2
.,4 0 0 0 2
28 7 7 27 6
ABR HO A
.4 0 0 5 0
.2 0 0 1 1
2 1 1 0 0
.3 0 0 3 0
.4 0 1 3 1
.4 0 2 1 0
.2 0 0 6 1
.4 0 0 5 0
.3 0 0 0 2
.0 0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 0 1
.0 0 0 0 1
.1 0 1 0 0
.1 0 0 0 0
.1 0 0 0 0

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Totals 31 1 5 24 7 1 "This year promises to be even
*Batted for Hallahan in 3rd. better."
*Batted for Johnson in 6th. Besides the keys given to its
***Batted for Lindsey in 8th. members, the fraternity gives a
Score by innings: trophy cup to the winning fra-
St. Louis .. .0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1-1 ternity and another cup to the
Phila......20 1 2 1 1 0 0 x-7 individual with the best all-around
Runs batted in-Cochrane *2,record. Alpha Kappa Lambda won
Dykes 2, Hafey, Miller, Simmons, the trophy cup last year with
Haas. Two base hits-Cochrane, Theta Chi as runners up. Charles
Miller 2, Fisher, Foxx, Dykes, Ha_-, Eknovitch received the cup for
fey 2. Home runs-Simmons, Dykes having the best record. A banquet
Sacrifice hits-Miller, Haas, Coch- is also held for all members at the
rane. Struck out by Earnshaw 6; end of toe season.
by Hallahan 2; by Johnson 2. Bases All men interested are requested
on by alls-Off2 Eyaronsaw2.3;aoff of sign up this week in the lobby
on balls-Off Earnshaw 3; off or the Intramural Sportsbuilding
Hallahan 3; off Johnson 1; off iiesee R. W. Webster also in this
Lindsey 1. Hit by pitcher-By Hall- building. Practice for the various
ahan (Bishop). Hits--Off Halla- events will begin next week.
han 2 in 2 innings; off Johnson 4ex
in 3 innings; off Lindsey 1 in 2 in- STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA-
nings; off Bell 0 in 1 inning. Los- "Several factors indicate that in
ing pitcher-Hallahan. the near future antagonism be-
UNIVERST tween chains and independents
RepresentaSITY OF ,KANSAS - will have dissolved into a competi-
terniti aives from various fra- tive feeling akin to that now exist-
formulating sororities here are ing among individuals," according
fogtginplans for a determined to a booklet recently published by
fight against taxation of their Ruth L. Hoadley, instructor in
properties. commerce here.

FIFTH INNING
St. Louis-Bottomley rolled

to

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