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MBER 8,1931. THE -MICHIGAN DAILY~P'
'Shift of Lineup Helps in Annexing Third in,

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MAR TIN CONTINUES
TO LEAD SLUGGERS

STREET'S TEAM
LEADS A'S NOW I

VARSITY CR/DOERS
ROMP 9OVERFROSH
Yearlings Unable to Stop Fast
Wolverine Charge; Newman,
Hozer on Bench.

MATCHES START
IN GOLF TOURNEY
Howard Wins Tight Match
From Jolley, One Up.

LA JEUNESSE WINS GUARD BERTH
AFTER CHANGING FROM FULLBACK

Victors Blast Hoyt From Box;
Hallahan Adds Another
to His String.
Gabby Street switched the bat-
ting order of the Cardinals for yes-
terday's World Series clash with
the Athletics and it proved to be
one of the important factors in the
Cards' 5 to 1 win over the men of
Mack at Shibe park in the fifth
game.
Martin Gets Three
With "Pepper" Martin, the Babe
Ruth of the St. Louis team, moved
up to the 'cleanup position and
"Sunny" Jim Bottomley shifted to
sixth place in the batting order,
the Cards presented a front which
could not be beaten. Martin in
four trips to the plate knocked out
two singles and a homer, while
Bottomley in a like number of
times at bat managed to get two
singles.-
The young Cardinal outfielder
who takes the World Series en-
counter as just another ball game
and posseses no fear of the great
Connie Mack's team has really
made himself the hero of the pres-
ent series. At the close of the fifth
game Martin had a batting aver-
age of .667, garnering 12 hits out
of 18 times at bat, to lead all other
batsmen todate in the series. Jim-
my Foxx is leading the Athletics
with an average of .429.
Hoyt Blasted
St. Louis wrecked the chances of
Waite Hoyt to set a new World
Series record for number of games
won by pounding him out of the
box. The former Yankee has won
six Series' endounters during his
career and is 'co-hoIer of the rec-
ord which he had hopes of better-
ing yesterday..
The Cardinal batsmen gathered
. ' nine =hits off' three Athletic pitch-
ers, while the Philadelphia got to
"Wild" Bill Hallahan for a like
number. \
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Gabby Street,
Manager of the St. Louis Cardin-
als, saw his team win their third
game of the world series yester-
,day, putting them one up on the
A's with two games to go.
Jay-vees Will Open
With Western State
Michigan's "B" team will open
its season's schedule of games Sat-
urday, Oct. 10, at Ferry Field with
Western State Teacher's College
providing the opposition.
Following; the same plan as was
adopted with last winter's basket-
ball "B" schedule, no separate *"B"
team squad will be chosen., Second
and third string Varsity men will
compose the line-up. Who this
will be for Saturday's encounter is
as yet undetermined.
The Western State outfit has in
years past provided the Jay-vees
with .some interesting oposition.

Shock troops in the form of Ray
Fisher's yearling footballers were1
the Varsity's meat yesterday after-
noon as Coach Kipke gave his men
the only real workout that they
have had this week in preparation;
for the Chicago game.
Freshman Stop Backs
Nor were the freshmen such easy
meat, for time and again Cox, Fay,
and Lindsey were stopped dead,
but on the whole the Varsity backs
were invincible. Two touchdowns
in close sequence opened the work-
out with Fay and Cox making the
pointers.
As the situation stacks up at
present, it looks as though Kipke
may start the fireworks this week-
end minus the services of several
veterans ┬░in the starting lineup
Harry Newman is still limping
around the field and if he isn't in
the best of shape probably will be
saved for jhe following week. Stan
Hozer put in his appearance yes
terday but did not even put on his
uniform. Auer was on the side-
lines also.
Sophomores Start Game
Fay, Lindsey, Everhardus and
Cox started in the backfield for
the Varsity, but Capt. Hudson later
replaced Cox. Williamson, Daniels,
Hewitt, Wistert, Douglass, Morrison,
LaJeunesse, Samuels all took a
turn on the line.
I-M MANAGERS
There will be a meeting of all
Intramural managers at 4:15
this afternoon in the Intramural
Building.

With all preliminary matches
played and six regular ones decid-
ed yesterday, the all-campus golf
tournament is well under way. The
feature of yesterday's program was
the contest between Jolley and
Howard, both varsity players fro ci
last season, which ran even until
a beautiful putt on the eighteenth.
green gave the match to Howard
by a one-up margin. In other
matches of the championship ser-
ies Dayton defeated David one up,
and Seeley won from Loveland two
up.
In the first flight a' default was
granted to Field over Morris, and
Menefee defeated Lowe 3 to 1. Wil-
liams won a third flight match
from Dotts, 6 to 4.1
Numerous players still have the*
first games to play, and future
schedules are uncertain due to the
necessity of players agreeing be-
tween themselves upon the' date
and time of the match.

Omer LaJeunesse is another full-
back now seeing service on Michi-
gan's line. Last year when Coach
Kipke developed four linemen fro&I
backfield material, he selected La-
Jeunesse as a possibility at guard.
He won the first-string position
and returns this season as a veter-
an...i
After playing second-string full-
back on the 1929 team, Omer was
tried out at guard. By winning the
line position he followed Morrison,
Hozer, and Cox from the backfield
to a line position.
LaJeunesse is a powerful guard

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through the opposition to tackle
the runner for a loss.
Omer has a talented toe. His
long, well placed kick-offs reduce
the runback of the ball by many
yards. He can also kick the point
after a touchdown although he will
probably share this honor with
Hozer and Petoskey.
His distinguishing feature is his,
walk. He weighs about 185 pounds,
standing over 5 feet 10 inches.

Yearling Grid Sc
Sent Through l
on Basics by
Coach Ray Fisher drille
of about seventy-five en
freshman on the fundan
football yesterday afte
Ferry field. Fisher sper
deal of time with his pu
passers. Beckwith, a bac
real ability as a punt
Frankowski's passing dre'
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