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PAGE SIX A THE DES moines rrn-Tf October 8. im World Series Players Leave New McKEEVER SAYS BROOKLYN CLUB NOT TO BE SOLD Judge Landis LeavesJ for Vacation. NEW YORK. N. Y. ;P) World scries ball players scrambled out of the big town Wednesday, leaving behind an assort .ent of conflicting rumors, a horde of second guesser and Instructions where to end their world series checks. The ageless rumor that Col. T. L. Huston, former part owner of the New York Yankees, would buy the Brooklyn Dodgers for a syndicate headed by the Reynolds tobacco interests, waa partly spiked by Stephen W. McKeever, 81-year-old president of the Dodgers. Never Made Offer. "I have not seen Colonel Huston, he has never made me an offer, and the club is not for sale," roared McKeever. This failed to agree, however, with a statement from Ford Frick, National league president. "Huston offered million and one-half dollars for the Dodgers last spring," Frick said, "and the colonel told me during the world erlea he still was interested." McKeever made the only other official announcement of the day, saying Casey Stengel's successor as manager of the Dodgers would not be named for some time. Start Exodus. Commissioner K. M. Landis started the exodus toward the hunting and fishing grounds. The Judge left for Burt lake, Michigan, to fish for two or three weeks. Colonel Ruppert, owner of the New York champions, and his business manager, Ed Barrow, will take a trip to the Adirondacks. After a week there they will return to New York, leaving again on election day for a month's vacation at French Lick, Ind. Yankee Manager Joe McCarthy left word he waa not to be disturbed. "I'm going to sleep for a week and then go hunting," he said. Bill Terry, manager of the Gi ants, will stay In New York until he has completed the club's spring training schedule and then go to Memphis, Tenn., to rest and have his lame knee treated. Joe in Vaudeville. While most of The"players re laxed, Joe DiMaggto prepared for the most frightening experience of his life a vaudeville tour with his ball-playing brother, Vines, mem ber of the San Diego Pacific Coast league team. "I'm away behind on my tap dancing lessons," Joe said. "I gotta tart working." Vernon (Lefty) Gomez, who won ' two world series games . for the Yankees, was on his way by automobile to Rodeo, Cal., where his mother, stricken during the series, U 111. The series batting hero, Jake Powell, was the happiest man in town but he didn't stay around long. . Home to Washington. "I'm going home to Washing' ton to see my wife and my little girl, Joan, he said, "and then we're all going on a vacation somewhere. This should be the happiest winter of my life. It was really a break for me when I was traded to the Yanks." " With the series over, the ped dlers of legend were busy. Cen tral figures In their stories were (1) Rogers Horosby, reported on the way out as manager of the Browns; (2) Chuck Dreasen, Cincinnati pilot who supposedly does not fit into the schemes of Warren Giles, new general manager of the Reds; (3) Jimmy Wilson, Phillies manager, who Is rumored to be tottering; and (4) Bill Terry, who is said to be moving into the Giants' front office and turning his old Job over to Bill McKechnie of the Boston Bees. Joy Reigns Supreme mmmmt je" vV P ' li George Selkirk (left) and Lou Gehrig, Vank sluggers, were eaught Just as they came out of the shower Tuesday after winning the final game of the world series. A towel saved their dignity. Note the ear-to-ear grins. 9T I Mgj LvUMi- 4A.v, -JLi NUVOLARI SETS EARLY PACE IN 300-MILE RACE York; Baseball Rumors Still Remain FANS EIGHT OF 10 BATTERS IN Yankees Continued From Page 5. ning baseball pennant winning clubs world championship clubs. YANKS, EUROPE WIN RING BOUTS IN TOURNAMENT Three Major Golf Tourney Dates Named vnv YORK. N. Y. -P The United States Golf association Wednesday announced dates for Qualifying Field. $7,000,000 Toy. a j i nA man in the aiiu mciv - - , tv - world of sport who spend, more Triumphs three 1937 cy . . . x aftv - 72-hoie open w""1"" ill Boxing Meet. played June 10-12 at in Hi country club, Birmingham, By Eddie Brieti. !Mich; the amateur, Aug. 23-28, at K.i:.. nr;,ror T parll mnnev to win. and win honestly lldimn ., who has the Lnan jam ivu.., biggest investment in all baseball onm. npnnle refer to his Yankee WESTBURY, N. Y. WV-Tazio : club Ra filiations and his Nuvolari, Italy's automobile speed lvast Yankee stadium, as nup ace. led the second day's qualifiers pert's seven million dollar ioy. for the George Vanderb.lt cup, The man who pam . , the fir9t half of the! ; ... D,aved tJ" --, .,.,.,.' ... lu. j A .it.. In . international isoum, uib umn suu which will be raced over 300 miles 'advanced a VFW YORK N. Y. m The! the Alderwood Country club, Port- ,.npH states and Europe were all land, Ore.; and the ruouc uiuc. United States ana j-u v Francisco. and' square with two victones eacn t women'S championship in ine ; Stars I Continued From Page 5, p..vplt race wav! Fenway park, Boston, in January, tWo-day Roosevelt raceway f o( Babe at the New Monday, when he was clocked in 17 minutes, 9.62 seconds for the 20-mile test Wednesday. Nuvolari's performance as he skidded around hair-pin turns and surged up the main straightaway at 150 miles an hour was the fastest time yet registered on the new four-mile circuit. The Italian's average of 69.929 miles an hour was almost three miles an hour better than that of Count Brivio, his Italian teammate, who ted Tuesday's- qualifiers. Nuvolari's best lap averaged 70.1 miles an hour. Mays Has Close Call. Bob Swanson of Los Angeles who has been driving in thei midget races, Chuck Tabor of Orange, N. J., Chet Gardiner of Los Angeles, Pat Fairfield of Eng land, Philippe Etancelin of France and Emll Andres, another L Angeles driver, also completed their qualifying tests, finishing in order named. Rex Mays of Glendale, Cal., nar rowly escaped serious Injury when his Miller Special crashed into the concrete retaining wall at the east end of the main stretch. Mays escaped with a severe shaking up but the car was so badly damaged It Is doubtful If It will start In the race. If he does not have a car of his own, Mays will drive relief for Babe Stapp. Hnwe Forced Out. boxing tournament in the New i announced sometime next month. Ruth and to build a winning club,: nn,Podrome Wednesday said he thought baseball was onj1 the boom aRain, lust like othernight. Unesrf business, ind he was en-l A crowci of 2,500 turned out to larging Yankee stadium. When all ome of the best amateur additions are complete, probably in, throwers of Italy and Hun- ivta, me ." - th,ir ,km against xne )(aij t" THREE FRAMES talent in the Metropolitan Assoc! a iu1.il of the Amateur Aimeui. date 83,000 seated fans. Babe Appears, ! ntinn Col. Jake was enjoying mm-,- l ... nr nf rne uninn. Six More Tonight. Six more international jousts ..if . hi. nartv. and one of the: union, big moments of the night came when Babe Ruth appeared at the far .nd of the erlU. Ruppert rose!.,- ,cheduled for tonight, tnclud and hurried down to greet the ing a return engagement between BULLDOGS GIVEN LONG SKIRMISH Frosh Hold Reserves. Drake university's crippled Bull dogs were given a long scrimmage Wednesday, as Coach Vee Green applied polish on his revamped to second and scored on Williams' smash to right centerfield. I Ryba Start Rally. Porter followed Paige to the hill for the Negroes and got by the fourth safely but the whites tied it up with two runs In the fifth, i Mike Ryba, Cardinal Jack-of-all. trades, walloped a single to left ! center and scored when Catcher Al Todd of Pittsburgh blasted a two bagger to left. Todd followed Ryba across the plate whan Left. fielder Wright's throw bounced i Drake over tne catcner's head. ';, The losers later niiea tne Daspi in the same inning but Hornsby and Mize both failed to produce, f Perkins Triples. The Negroes forged to the front again In the sixth, scoring ones Bambino. He escorted him to a UI(ierlc0 Sergo of Italy, Olymp c F nignt,g contestjoff R ba who played lrftfield for t.hi. nd nlanked the all-time, .,. nound champion, and Jackie i rwv,.n .j ;tov,. th. home run king down beside Ed ,viIson of Cleveland, Sergo's oppo , Colonel Jake Ruppert (left) and Joe McCarthy, owner and manager, respectively, of the world champions, were In on the celebration. with Central's Flying Dutchmen. four innings and pitched the final The Bulldog mentor has been'fjve. Hughes' third hit, a single, experimenting all week trying toJwas followed by Perkins' triple to b: J Ui-nfinn -tilfaM. fnr!.U- laf l-tltafi-M U'oll fn , i - .HminttiiiI'nQ WUIHUlliaVlUil . IIIO ivl w muvvii.mm " w .win Marse Joe Mct-aruiy, -tne ew lorK ...nri.. eri(.nunter. The line-: th. run. P'lot- Hungary in the 135 pound c looked gbout get wednes-l The Negroes had the unusual Everyone in the gnu was and register a oecu o iday'i lengthy practice, with three 'experience of getting three hits la r Barrow, browed the Yankees' oeeue- nent ln tne final at Berlin. business manager, anai Wednesday night s bouts saw amazed. Ruth and Barrow and Mc-; in the 147 pound division. Hun-Carthy had been robust enemies gary won twice, in the 147 pound ever since the Bambino was per- nd ls pouna classes, mitted to go to Boston early in 1935. It was the first time the Babe had mingled with Yankee hran hats since then. But a Floored Four Times. Easily the most exciting en gagement was the 135 pound tus- new faces in the team that will, the seventh without scoring a run. start Friday night They are; a beautiful throw by Rightfielder Tackle Dick Tomlinson, Guard ival Goodman of the Cincinnati Charlie Lyon and Halfback Bud Reds served to cut off Snow at Suter. The Bulldog reserves found the freshman line stiff opposition in ednesday's contest, failing to scores. BaDe kuui was ram . ... .. TmrB Maranirll.,. .oninat. the vearlines in an Th. rn nnel's i" ""'u" " !" . Of Hungary. juttrmiSi, vv'"l'"- nuui ui P', the Ruppert men victory and gala night waa complete. "Magnificent Series." I asked Ruppert how he liked the series. He said it was a "mag the plate after Griffith had hit t long fly. King Trapped. The major leaguers missed a But the regulars : golden chance to tie up the gams , Stann. Lord Howe of England nificent series," but it was a little and Freddy McAvoy of Australia ' too exciting for him. He corn- tried to qualify but Howe was plained that it "was anybody s se- forced out when he went Into a ries up until that ninth Inning." spin on a turn while the cars ofjHe added with a chuckle, "I en- the other two developed engine! joy them more wnen we win mem in their half of the seventh. Lynn i a L-i Tlv-n 1, Bl.iMnu. V-a ... . wasl .rrt.,n rhiick Drehanph. a.u...i.u, i a - floored four times by McCaimVstar halfback, definitely will not;8,owf roller toar(d thibse f i- iaf nf (hs three' i .u. r'-n,ai -om n, MJ"rr' " fi"'"B w.lu ai " " V'aH '" """ f,---, a, lightweight champion and winner, found the going a little easier of 195 of his 206 ngnts, was Co-Captain cnucK rieht rounds after outpointing the ; d, Cramer said Wednesday. There American ln the first two heats, j won't be any chances taken of an-Hungary, drew first blood when otner jnjUry to Orebaugh, with the Dezso Frigyes, a veteran of thejereighton game coming up next Intamoiinnnl ipnm Wfl.S ' t. mil ..rtt-avan atiiq given the decision over BernieL,,, badly favored an injured foot P J' v.,,, . .u. oi -,.-r,f a r ... . t,j to Shortstop Williams. Hornsby miner ui me omen. v.s.av.v..v ., weanesnay, out may gei. miu ru i Thirdbaseman Snow threw the ball . past firstbase. With Hornsby up, and only ons ; away, things looked bright, but ' King was caught off second by a i trouble. El Paso Fans See Trojan Eleven in Drill Session EL PASO, TEX. (P) The Uni four straight" That's the way the New York, mis was me oniyjday night's game. Yanks won their last three series bout in which the decision wasj , questioned. Many thought the American had the better or me four straight WViot ohMit th. flinntu? "They had a good, fighting club. 'argument and voiced their dis-They gave us a much harder fight pleasure with a round or so of than I expected. Oh, I knew they would furnish us competition, but I never expected them to show the versity of Southern California's, strength they did. I thought Bill, . . . the bt Trojans romped through a dum- Terry and Travis Jackson played the Un,ted stateg repreaentatives ' remaiKauiy wen .ur mc. ul cou,d Ret was an even break lusty booing. Deegan Evens Matters. There were two contests in the JACK LOOKS FOR TROUBLE Johnson Loses Court Paper, But Reports. my scrimmage on the College of Mines stadium field here Wednes day, Head Coach Howard Jones warning that Illinois would throw a deceptive offemive at them when they meet in Champaign Sat- Hornsby then followed with a smash to centerfield which would havs scored King. Negroes Score Again. Luck was against them in the eighth, too. when Goodman led off with a walk but was cut down at the plate after trying to score on Ryba's long double. Leftfielder Wright's throw caught Goodman by a stride. The Negroes manufactured the age. You know, all of our men were young and strong." Gang on Giants. Colonel Ruppert said he thought After Imre Mandi of Hungary had taken a close decision from Fred Lewis of Wilkes-Barre, Penn., i Dennis Deegan of New ork c , , . , ..... the "excellent pitching" featured : eveneo mauers oy winning mi y the series urday, and departed for Dallas' " . .. " . tn .. from pietro Bignamini of Italy in that the Yankee batsmen did not the seeond- Far ahead on points Southern Pair Wins Collegiate Tennis Laurels WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS. W. VA. iP) The south won back the middle Atlantic states Intercollegiate tennis title Wednesday right, Penn State's team falling What's this? Johnny Murphy (left) and Vernon Gomes have surprised looks on their faces when the camera snnpprd them as they congratulated ench other. Murphy and Gomez shared pitching duties In the deciding game. Records Established In '36 World Series where another workout Is sched uled today. The Trojan special, bearing "ei ' nn tt.a floored the Italian with a series of team and some 125 follower,, de-1 "l-irights and lefts just as the bell parted at 5:15 p. m. for Dallas. i :.. ' , , Jones said his team was ln good NEW YORK, N. Y. VP) There's a court action bouncing around this town somewhere look-,final ,un in tne ninth when Snow ing for Jack Johnson, former singled an(j scored on Bell's two-heavyweight champion, and ln di- base hit. rect contrast to the usual pro-: Belrs b)ow was a iegiumate sin- t cedure in such circumstances, ;gle hit int0 the fog jn Ie(tfielll Jack went looking for it Wednes- King f jnany recovered the ball to ' day without success. 'throw Beli out at third. He sauntered into supreme, Rvbft with . nonhu nd a in. - ... i i 1 T- w nil as wen as expecioa, aimougn ..: ..." -'.. .r court, a gnaiening oiacK sym- El- cot two of th. mainr ,Painlf,ra phony in brown, topped by a blue six nits off tnree pitcnerg. Th9 beret, and explained his predlca-; NeEroes collected 12. Bell and Was this world championship ended the last round. condition for the game and would club V18 "fongest outfit Ruppertj Prrlrc have no alibis. owned since he purchased the MetilOdlSt UnaCierS Leave for New York Iowa Continued From Page S. cated he may start a revamped lineup against South Dakota, but use his tried veterans in the homecoming game with Zuppke's eleven. Line Improves. The Hawkeye line that started against Northwestern last Saturday showed considerable Improvement on defense as they held off the yearlings in a rough scrim- ment as he jauntily swung his Hughes making three each, cane. "Somebody gave me a paper, Yanks in partnership with Col. t cnr Ter VnrL-'sal(1 tne nuS9 Negro, who nw wuif 4 Tilllnghast Huston in 1915? No, JV-QV lwl i,v"" playing in the opera, "Aida," aft-, S'j? i the Colonel believed his great! DALLAS, TEX. UP) An admit- er a career as a band leader in wii mJM 3 teams of 1926 and '27 were tedly uncertain Southern Meth-j Harlem. The opera role calls Just c?:?ij'.?t 1 . tk... unJ Uff.'nHiaf iinlvorpitv fnnthflll nntlflri nf fn- Wj-M n Unl.rl of nn flinty. ; EBK,P pitchers to bolster their sluggers.; 33 entrained for New ork:ing, What about the Yankee club of, Wednesday for their game 'withj "But I done lost that paper," 1937? Did he expect to stand pat the Fordham Rams at the Polo Johnson continued. "I'm in court with his world champions? Yes,! Grounds Saturday. I somewhere now. Is this it?" Negrne AB.H. 0, A. Majom AB. H. 0. A. Bfll.cf 5 3 0 0 MuHlfr,3b 5 1 2 J 3 2 1 Kinlt.cf 4 10 1 1 9 OH'nsbv.2b 4 12 3 1 11 0, Mizf.ib 4 0 11 1 Oil Tdman.rf 2 0 2 1 14 4 R.vba.lf.p 4 2 13 2 0 2 Tf14 f 3 1 S 1 10 0 Rl'li'nfy.si 4 0 13 0 0 1 FHlrr p 10 0 0 Pr.D 10 0 1 :CVwll n.lf O f ft 1 sGrinfli.p 200 0, ( Totull 33 6 27 IT Totall 35 12 2T 10 NEW YORK, N. Y. (UP.) Tlie; J",!,,1 ,,0,14mT'M 1,1 " ' Ynk" 1936 world series established these! mi h.n mm it on- tiuh in m-! records: i " , Aiitic i i.m. . . ...I Mull hnm rtlBH lT brtfh fluh In K- lri..t fro.l! tor n tm, ,e ,, tl. n, K.irirwr ri-..fn 10, whloh .ll.tirt.fl mf. Th Ml-,, b, (H.mi mil lunkm In IMS. nrn.T rtn., ni t. r- rronril. Old warrii rrnwil rA :l.lim. t-rlrt blwpa tsnkt n4 t'liril. Mull run. In ninth Innlnc: VAnk mrprt H In .I'miMl iiiw'i ninth Innlni nnri 1 In rin-l .-m-'. ninth Innln. hn bin. Ortll namh-r nin fijr nn tnm ln- m.rk 0( s ( , t , in nm mm-, in. cnrrn ny iinirf. in nrfimil tnm. Old mr)l ( 13 heln lijr tltrr riimi. nrmtf.t nnmhfF nf rmi h nun rliih nnn fn! 4: hy iinknf.. lhl. mnrk llliihoal rliih bmilnl nr rlf: .30? h jVftnkm. Old record ol ."ilKI wl by lanknM in itii.i. tn.l mm hnltrd In hv nn- flnh any hnt Ih- f-mrd nf 30 rt Inr iill-iimn Spurgeon Will Direct Mini CHAMPAIGN, ILL. UP Lowell Spurgeon. junior let-terman, will direct Illinois against Southern California Saturday, calling plays from his right halfback post. This Job has been handled by Ken Nelson and Jay Wardley in the first two Illinois games, but for the Trojan battle, Zuppke decided to give the field general task to the veteran halfback. Wardley and Nelson, however, are expected tt see heavy service as ball carriers. mage. Prior to the defensive work' ftrrlr.i 41 hv 1 ank.. old tvrord of Jn before North Carolina university's I wm hy th- imiiiH in imj nd ih " "' in ii'ii- netmen. 6-4, 3-6, 6-4, 6-S. rnk- t T:u ' . vk. i-.i iuZ,, ; i-Tin VrnnT.i.out, Solem Juggled nearly 30 piay- .i .,rr. , i.f m i ! ', in -n nffeniv workout Heavy rain slowe4 the courts, but the start from the southern school, Edward Fuller, Salem, Mass., and M. M. Gwyer, Pelham Manor, N. Y., stroked decisively to victory over the pair from State College, Penn., R. Campman and Paul Massey. The rain caused postponement until today of four third round matches ln the Greenbrier autumn tournament, in which favorites continued their advances to quarterfinal rounds. Among the winners were J. Gilbert Hall, Orange, N. J., and David Jonea, Brooklyn, N. Y. flriwtm nnmhf of mm hnthemh. . Jl.nrn In fifth ..nit W Lni. n in an r&5T7.U.VrffOT M"k" 4orhn"- A"-Uslnrt the yearling., seeking to M ml rum y lo.lnt flnh In lt-nij; Mrt (ni h. Ihlrdhawmu In anr find Ine DOSl COmOinailon, Caliwfll glvrn firat basa on catcherl Intfrfirrnre. aBaiifd fnr Porlfr ln aevenlh. he did. He had a good strong club, I "We hope to give them a lot They tried all the courtrooms! Ne(.ro Niinni. . onn oi om4 with able utility men. He thought of trouble," head Coach Matty j without success. He went off . ' H u n "nr,J they would stand pat could see Bell said. "Our team of course Is I again, to look further, still .' hit Periyna: 'two ! J i ,, j . tJ, . . nit. K)ha. Tndd. Bpil. Hugh.a. w.t; no reason for any changes. I uncertain." jauntily swinging his cane. jnm battm m. Biakmey. bhi, m, " " . P.rlcin. Willi. n..- .iirnAH ........ . i Nrernea 4; stolen ba.pa. Mnpll.r' 1 Huehpi: dmihle ptav, Goodman to Todd; hit hy pirner, ny Kyna i W right l; wild pitcn. Ryba: run and hita. off Frllpr n and l in 3 Inning.. Caldwall 2 and 3 In 1. Bvba 2 and S In 5. Paie- 0 In 1 in 3. Portfr 2 and 2 in 3. Grift ith 0 and 3 In i: atruck nut. by Keller R, Paige 7, Porter 1, Griffith 1: bases on ball, off Porter 3, Griffith 1: leu on basea. Maws , Negroen 6; winning pltrher, Porter; loalng pltrher. Rba. Umpires, Wlliiaml and Naylor. Time. 2:05. Congratulations for Series Hero IM"!'! pnlnnla h lhlrithaem In m Old record ef I" aer.e.: 1 hv Rmfr of ankera Old rer- loM pnlnnla hr raleher In alx aamei-, , , ir- i anrlrai 10 h Mann (Md rerort Hi 39, nWMJ ublimi, nuiiriiiin a iiiin- aenea: r ""''" J" aer.e.: i hy Rolf, of Wnker. Old rer- nirU Rnwlln halfback Was th a. , or (nha m iro. A , , xl bJ Fninkia fri.rh h L1CK Btm "" nauoacK, was me Mnal ntna hr hn'h rlnha ra nna tn: lilanla In l3l. i most seriously injured of the z. in prrnnn iimr. ,n "i . " n- art hj Yonkewa and Caha In 1913 Mn.1 hita by iHim rlnha 1. 1 .t.-iame i h; torhran. m laic i placed rib which will keep him uriM, 11A Old mark nf 10? wma aol I ,... . - . k . k . -i. . 1 ' b lanka and l.lanta la 1013. larnr.: jh for MiMr. Old record of n out of drill a week. Moat hit. h; Balazs and ir one rink ni aia-gaiti waa aei ny nnaiw Lnm 01 ino Ainiriira nwlj.H ,n ,v ai.Allnnfl ...itK anidra: br ankora. old record at SO. la mil. ",'" ' "' ei hjr ianke. ia m.i time, at hat hy one rinh in a aii-; bad shoulders, while Chambers, re- Tolal haaea h una rlnh In ll anme game aerlea; ii.i nj lankera. inn reooro, aortea: fl hr Tankeoa. Old record nt 1 nf HV by ankeet In lltU and AthltU-a SerS aa art by lankeca In lOi.l. l Total ha.ea hr hoth rlnha hi a ala-gamn linae.t game: 3:H0 for alath lime. fullback, suffered a bad bump on his head. Liggett, husky T.iard, continued to nurse a Glenn Cunningham New York U. Student Cl... J 4.' Mnmnn OLUUCllLb lNdlllta statements to be used in purchas Will VJO uO Lean in price and in a preferred section of Grid Ticket Probe MINNEAPOLIS, with allowing their enrollment fee '; rl.arley horse. Maaon, Gallagher. Although the lineup of the reg- lular forward wall was Juggled, it . .. ! appeared that Mason at left end university; . f -, -....j d.. MINN. W- "" """ putting up a good battle for first price and in a pref Memorial stadium. The penalty under Vama nf 9i( nr mora aturlenta in- t-trvv vriRlf V V im r.i.n. ' Cunningham. Kansas' great roller, jvolvd ln the Unlvwtity of Minna-registered Wednesday at Newota's football ticket investigation HARDER BITS HOME. string assignments. Paul Grange, Waterloo sopho more, continued his good blocking OMAHA, NEB. (.Tt Mel Har- Wednesday to threaten Hild's Job York university's school of phys-will be turned over today to Dean tier, pitcher for the Cleveland at quarterback. Bush Lamb's teal education. He plans to takejB;, e. Nicholson, in charge of stu- Amican leasue baseball team, hard-driving runs off the guards his Ph.D. in education. dent affairs L. L. Schroeder nd Mr"' Har1pr nav purchased and tackles marie him appear more Cunningham received his B.S. ' ' ' a new home here and are moving formidable at the fullback post, from the University of Kansas, ticket sales manager, said Wednes- ln tni, fk They wi re,main in:whiie Simmons occupied left half-and hie UJl. from the University day night j Omaha until the Indians atart back and Wagler and ICicherly of Iowa. I The studenta wUl be charged training next spring. Jwere alternated at the other half. a. a T 1 . l iw , r J y I x .ty"-" -ak ,-iaat- v i ' , I j t ,i mi aa-M juan...... . i-IL. ,. p. , .y..., M J j KIEFER WILL ENTER TEXAS Adolph, Olympic Tank Star, in Frosh Class. f CHICAGO, ILL. (IP) Adolph Kiefer, 18, Olympic back9trok champion, left by plane Wednes- day for Austin, Tex., where he will K enroll in the University of Texas. : He will enter the freshman class in the college of arts and letters. Kiefer, one of the world's out- standing swimmers, broke three i' Olympic backstroke records at the 5 Olympic games this summer. I ! Kansas Flyer Enters New York University 1 NEW YORK. N. Y. Glenn I Cunningham of Kansas, holder of f the world mile record, Wednesday enrolled in the Department of Physical Education at New York university, seeking a Ph.D. degree in education. He has a B.S. front Kansas and an M.S. from Iowa. Teachers Gridder Quits; Joins Army (Tha Regtitar'i Iowa Mtara gertfea.) CEDAR FALLS, IA. Ben Dion lch, prospective end on the Iowa State Teachers cortege football squad, turned In his suit Wednes day night and left school to Jcift j the army at San Antonio, ! after receiving an appointment ta ' the aviation school there. ' wirephoto e 11 Jake Powell, Yankee leftfielder who led all the batters in the world series with an average of .455 and was the hero of the New York Americans' triumph, spent a happy day Wednesday with his wife, reading congratulatory messages from admiring fans in his hotel room at New York. ENGLAND TEAM WINS. BALTIMORE, MD. (JP) The all-Baltimore girls' field hockey team lost to the all-England team Wednesday, 9 to 0.

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