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JE IS STAR OF CONTEST;
Bston Smothers Brooklyn By
6-2 Count In Fourth Contest
B Plays Strong Game at
Zieger and Sparks Work
By H. C. Hamilton, United Press Staff
Ebbets Field, Brooklyn, Oct. 11.-=
The Red Sox advanced to within one
game of another Wanld's Series cham-
pionship yesterday afternoon. They
took the third victory from the Brook-
lyn Dodgers 6-2, behind masterful
pitching by Dutch Leonard.
The Dodgers again showed weakness
and erratic play in the field having
four errors charged against them. Aft-
er the first inning when Leonard went
through everything except a cyclone
he was invincible. The Dodgers got to
him for their only score in the first
session. Johnston opening the after-
noon's entertainment with a triple and
scored on Myer's single. Merkle then
walked. A wild pitch and an error
accounted for another run before
Leonard got back to earth and fanned
Mowrey. The Dodgers got to Leonard
for only three more hits during the
rest of the game.
Rube Marquard started for Brook-
lyn but it was not his day. Larry
Gardner hung up his second home run
of the series off Rube's offerings. Hob-
litzel had walked and Lewis doubled
just before Gardner came up, so three
runs came scampering over and put
the Red Sox in the lead. Manager
Wilbert Robinson made two pitching
changes in an effort to stop them, but
without success. Cheney relieved Mar-
quard but the former Cub twirler fail-
ed and veteran Nap Rucker, was sent
in as a last hope. Nap delivered and
held Boston scoreless for the last two
innings, being nicked for only one
The Red Sox connected for two extra
base hits in addition to Gardner's
home run, Lewis and Hoblitzel driv-
ing out doubles. Gutshaw cracked out
a double off Leonard in the fourth.-
Innings- 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9-R H E
Boston- ...0301 1 0 1 0 0-6 10 1
Brooklyn-- .200000000-2 5 4
Michigan's rapidly traveling Varsity.
football squad consumed something,
li1k a scar ?S minutes yesterday aft-
ernoon in overwhelming Carroll. The,
final scere was 54 to 0.
It is, perhaps, rhetorically inelegant
but nevertheless decidedly expressive
to say that Michigan seems destined to
have "some" team. If the world's most:
pessimistic individual is harbored in
Washtenaw county he must concede
that there is considerable grounds for
It wasn't the size of the score par-
ticularly that gladdened the rooters,
but rather the' general spirit of ag-
gressiveness that was evident through-
out the game. The team heeded those
ever-repeated instructions to "block,
block, block," and they cut down
tacklers with deadly precision. The
efforts of Line Coach Pontius were
visible throughout the fray, for the
forward wall opened great gaps just
where they would do the most good
.and the backfield men weren't a bit
bashful or slow about making the most
Hof their opportunities.
On defense the line looked the best
,that it has all year and infinitely bet-
ter than anything displayed by the
porous wall that vainly sought to
eheck the onward march of Michi-
gan's opponent~s last season. It took
just 37 of the 38 minutes for the Car-
roll team to make first down once,
and theytaccomplished this feat for
the first and only time just before the,
-whistle ended the afternoon's perform-
(Continued on Page Five.)
Stiff Drill Handed Yea
mel's Ankle Not
Coach McGinnis abse
from his frisky All-Fre
after delegating Bob Wat
Bob. put the squad th
signal practice in prepai
meeting the fresh will h
Normal before the Mt. 1
Saturday. This meeting
on south Ferry field at 1
The X-ray picture ta
mel's injured ankle t
brought some Joy to the
players, for it disclose
bones. Hammel's sprain
keep him out of the gam
a couple of weeks, but tb
be in shape in time for t
on the freshmen schedul
Lambert, who caughti
baseball team of two ye
who played center on the
Virginia team last year,
Culver as snapper-back,
tried out at tackle.
On their showing up to
cock, West, and Barberf
the call for backfield poa
first lineup. Hitchcock
start as pilot, with West
Barber at one of the hal
This afternoon the coa
plate the resumption of b
tween the yearlings and
ALL-FRESH What They Say
rlngs; aHn. After yesterday's game, a Daily
Broken scribe picked his way cautiously into
the. Carroll locker room. The first bit
of music that reached his ears was the
anted himself following:
sh yesterday, "This gang ought to lick M. A. C.
son as official 100 to 0."
(This, perhaps, isn't exactly a liter-
rough a stiff al translation of the remark, but this
ration for the is a family paper and certain rules of
old with Ypsi propriety and decorum must be strict-
Union fray of ly observed.)
is scheduled Similar extravagent remarks were
:00 o'clock. heard on every side. Finally the coach
ken of Ham- was cornered.
his morning "Well," offered the boss, "M. A. C.
coaches and didn't show the punch that you fel-
d no broken lows had. They weren't in your class.
ed ankle will They just seemed to lack the final
e for at least wallop." He grinned. "It didn't seem
he end should to be missing this afternoon though,
he big games did it?"
The Daily man picked his way
wards the door, but before he
escaped, a Carroll man swung
around and demanded: "Say, w
He was told that "Maulie" had
honor of leading the Maize and B
"Well he's the (censored) man
I ever tried to stop. I sure amg
we havn't got to tackle that fel'
any more this year, believe me."
We did--absolutely-and left.
Too much dependence mush not
laid on comparative scores. 'ast
pelience has taught that this is c
ly, but at the same time
'Phone 600 for signs and show ca
CAN YOU IMAGINE IT?
-By The Dictaphone
Did you know they had a music box off thelfield at the end of the struggle
in the Ferry field clubhouse? Sure someone starts up the record on
they' have. Only they call the thing "Please Go Way and Let Me Sleep."
a Victrola. Can you imagine those big Someone had a happy hunch yester-
Ihuskies one-stepping around to the day just before the Carroll game, and
tune of the latest one-step? Or maybe that somebody slipped the record in
they one-step even to the fox trots! under his coat. With the customary
At any rate, the "music hath charms grinding and wheezing, Mr. Victor's
to sooth" adage is being religiously musical product started out on this
applied at the Wolverine stronghold. hymn: "Oh Carroll-line, I Hear You
Just before Michigan goes out on the Calling Me."
field, Trainer Tuthill shoves on that That's the reason, you see, that
scintillating melody, "Just Before the Michigan had the call on Carroll's
Battle, Mother," and after they come line!
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