THE MICHIGAN DAILY
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vn for the Wolverines to close the
ost gave Genebach, substitute
rter, a chance to direct the attack
the third quarter and Michigan's
wck slowed up so badly that no
re was made. Frequent off-side
alties and some holding by the
ne warriors further delayed the
ick. Michigan tried the open game
negotiated two forward passes.
t continued to star for Case, mak-
several good runs and getting off
punts, despite bad passes.
parks returned to his place at
rter in the fourth period and
ned with a spectacular dash that
ried the ball close to the Case goal.
man made the touchdown and
ked goal. The same nrocedure was
sated a few moments later, Sparks
ning the Case ends consistently.
man again plunged off tackle for
touchdown.- Stitt called for sev-
arsity band 'pictures at half regu-
price Monday and Tuesday. Hoppe,
eral trick plays as the game waned,
but all failed.
Michigan (4) Case (0)
Beath ............. C....... Erben (C.)
Weske............R.T... Ten, Hoopen
Cartwright ....... R.E ......... McKee
Hanish ... .....R.H.......Branson
Cohn........... L.H....... Sweeney
Wieman.......... F.B........ Britton.
Michigan....... 1 13 0 14-41
Case ..........0 0 0 0- 0
Touchdowns-Michigan: Wieman 3,
Sparks 2, Rye.
Goals from touchdowns-Michigan:
Referee-James Durfee, Williams.
Umpirp-Walter Kennedy, Chicago.
Subdtitutions-Michigan: St. Clair
for Cartwright, Rye for Hanish,
Froemke for Cohn, Goetz for Goodsell,
Hendershot for Cress, Genebach for
Sparks, Goodsell for Beath, Hanish for
Rye, Sparks for Genebach, Fortune for
Goetz, Graff for Weske. Case: Arm-
ington for Haag.
Time of quarters-121-2 minutes.
CHICAGO BEATS GIANTS
IN WORLD SERE1-
their intentions of competing in this
year's tournament. Eugene Steketee,
'19, T. R. Harrison, '19, and N. B.
Bartz, '19, are the only men, of those
who are back, that have signed up
for the Comstock cup contest.
Entries to this tournament will
close on Wednesday; Oct. 10, and the
contests will start soon after that.
Plans are being made for a doubles
event if enough men can be found
who are willing to compete. En-
trance fees to the tournament are 25
Rent a good Eastman Kodak 10c
per day. Lyndon, 719 N. University.
Dandy bleacher pictures of the Sat-
urday game for sale at the "Arcade
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You can get into a Davis shirt for
$1.25 to $3.00. S. O. Davis, 119 S.
32,000 FANS BRING RECEIPTS
TO $73,150; WHITE SOX
FIRST TO SCORE
Chicago, Oct. 6.-Eddie Cicotte,
pitcher, of the Chicago American
league, today pitched his team to vic-
tory over the New York Nationals by
a score of 2-1 in the first game of
the 1917 world's series.
Cicotte was assisted by the White
Sox machine which played almost per-
fect baseball against the determined
stand of the National league men. An
even 32,000 spectators pade admission
to the club with the result of $73,150
which was divided among the players,
clubs and national commission. An-
alysis of the balls pitched indicate that
the Giants kept Cicotte working hard-
er than did the latter's teammates
Chicago was the first to score, gath-
ering the initial run in the third when,
after Shalk had been retired, Cicotte
singled through second. John Col-
lins followed with another to right,
and Cicotte was thrown out at third
by Robertson while Collins took sec-
ond on the throw. From the midway
sack he was able to score when Mc-
Mullin doubled over second.
The second and deciding run of the
contest was a home run drive by
Felch when he caught one of Sallee's
sweeping curves on the end of his
bat and sent the .ball into the bleach-
ers. The Giants' only tally came in
the following inning when Catcher
McCarthy hammered out a three-base
hit between Felch and Collins which
might have gone for a home run if he
could have run faster. He scored on
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Wisconsin, 34; Beloit, 0. Purdue,
54; Franklin, 0. Ohio, 53; Ohio Wes-
leyan, 0. Indiana, 51; Wabash, 0. Il-
linois, 22; Kansas, 0. Kansas Aggies,
10; Oklahoma Aggies, 0.
C. C. C. MEN STILL SLOW IN
APPEARING; DONNELLY BACK
Appeals from Coach Farrell have
failed to get more new men out for
the cross country team. Only seven
men out of the ten that have been
appearing showed up on Ferry field
after the game yesterday. These men
did some good time over the short
The coach expects Red Connelly out
on Monday afternoon. Donnelly has
been out of school for a year and re-
turned this fall. While in the Uni-
versity, Red ran over the mile course
in fast time. He also ran on the cross
country team and his return will
greatly strengthen this year's aggre-
Practice will start at four o'clock
Monday from the Ferry field club
OPENING DAY SEES 20 SIGNED
UP FOR CAMPUS RACQUET MEET
About 20 men have signed up so
far for the all-campus tennis tourna-
Only three, veterans have signified
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