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I .,THE MICHIGAN DAILY ! HunsDAy

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CASEY S~t'E NG AB YS 'E--orli's rival clubs for premier hion=
SATI 41' V, k ('AS is ors of the dianiond.
,;'Ur t (J; 49;{it G a; aus Mre Your ja Fouril
The crowd saw the Y,.nhiees, sniart
BOTH MOJUN~DSMEN ARE ing from the memory of having beenj
FORCED TO L1 _A '/L 'ILT beaten, for two straigLht years lby their
________national league opp)onenlts, rush to
55,000the front in tihe first two innings, only
Crowvd of ~1)Sjwpetaos to bes ~overhauled hy a sensational ral-
All tten ace R4AodS lya masterpiece of, strategic attack
l~oi Thn 1J,4)()that gave .the world's champions four
r111m1s and a lead in the third inning.
New York, Oct. 10-Uiy AT)-- jit saw the American icafters after
Swinging* his bat in that fabled set- being turned back time after tine byj
ting of the diamond,-the ninth inning' an amazing (defee tic the score iin
with the score tiedl, two out and the the seventh inning and then go) (own
count, "2 and 3" C"asey Stengel blat-t to defeat as the crack of Stengels
blo0w was drowned in a thunderous
ed his way i,,to baseball's hall of ovation.
fame today wvith a home run drive« The attendance eclipsed by more-
that gave the. Giants a spectacular thian 13,000 the highest previous mark
victory over the Yankees, iivo to four; while the gate receipts wecre practic-"

in the opening clash 0ofLtine 1 :ally $152;,0 which .passed
world's series. r-('cord by more than $60,000.

the old

fThiat mighty -and heroic, blow of.
Stengel, who cane. back after being!
relegated- to baseball scra-p heaps not
long agto, ending' a gripping, pulse
throbbing drama, a thrilling battle in
which the whips, the, decisive pu~nch i..:itt, ofi
and. brilliant defense of the Giants, 1ugan,3bj
triump~hed over the courage and fight.- I uu ,i rf .

BOX SMOR1E

YANKEES
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ing spirit of tne Y ankows.
Goes to Mlea c'j rs
Crashed to the extreme right cen-
ter field bleachers of the vast Yan-
kee stadium that' herculean smnash
broke the heart of ,Joe Bush, force-,
full tar, who held t1~e Giants in check
after seeing his _team mrate, -W)aite1
H-oyt, batted from the mound and who
otherwise might have. stood out to-
night as a hero of a Yankee triumph
instead of a courageous figure in de-
feat. It was a heartbreaking ending
to Bush's' gallant stand~ yet he spelled
is owvn downfall ;by his error in
"grodviflg"' the ball for Stengel's dr a-
matic feat.
A ,huge throng of 55,000, that shat-
tered all records for world's series.
attendance and gate mcieipts and filled
close to capacity the far flung bleach-
ers of baseball's grandest mionlum1entI
witnessed the opening of the third
successive struggle b)etween New

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C'Th21T _-1;14 l 'F oye\ 11 ______Used____________________
" M AY l ~~1. 'e~u'oIeAralIhy r sdrdays. Wbile Utcritz, Rock'~'ell,
-- A gintFrti~g ciAs ran, Steger, andr~ Parkelr were seniding
Cai~sasthe leahe down he f lte linec-
' Cy'u n Iie a9 iv C 4155--- -- en w ere kept busy cover"Ing; ~the b : ot1
( ;i ra~l:illi) 1 ti tc ; a ,(t and riningdown the )Ian on the
throo e la. ltmile 1,1111over SfE Ereceiving ed
+ 2111le'is { et course at 10: 30 oClock£!Stra rrarr n ahrne
I audymr iadeiirne Defensive formations designed to) Signal pelf a~s Cllressed~ li
\Vfi lie i 1for (.l1a.i. onlfedth.dy'
,.;,. oreak uo Vanderbiflt's arial attach w:olfo r the (1stm.r Th 1 e i('n
'bsOfi. il ei thaculIfea, .tuho etred yesterday's football -practiceshowedplenty of popper lwil 1e te
I(col etitol or ~ple esi on the squad, tWtith the regulars on the diefense, and plays were run oft, muLch1 to the iC .ct'i-
IIr< cf t eretm'ofore beiig (dovotcd to tescodsrnglideruiigVnue of the coaches who are anxious
gel ugth mn nt ~ndt _.r rb'z1~lt pa-sforin-,ations, the squiadi to have the team on edge for ther Vani-
Soe ttad lis rf3Clwas pe. mI~em bers hol0d
went through0c>a stiff workout. Tho re- dei'biltt contest.V
l he 1? posit an s only a -l long as they
1. suits of the dfrill were only lair, al- "Butc"Sahtr voeenlr-
ae'e ,:( .t0 (eft")tall ('omn p tition -c"Sihe, h ,enl e
\\ a h lhti'sch~ol rp( ,di<ce .I ~e.though th e defense had the oppostion moved-his scholastic dfiulishais
sewed up1)at in towartl the close of rapidly r~unded into fwoni sife re-
! uLe 1t11' occurs5 eaf a ii t1 com011-' irgot fthe wora£oui.. Joining the squad, and :\\ il l undomibt-
i'hc , ea o w k sYa Jti ..C)(it d yCountry h-aiim is neVer i. k T e team rec snora e retl(li- edily play a big part in strengthening
( < m#it the testern Conferenlce ous (trill on punting and covering than the Mas ize and Blue line. Ats a guard,
11"i c ".. has beeni customiary for the last few Slaughlter hhs few -Deers in tile Con-
An ii po Cat Ci ?.rn'C in he rf la M. -- --I ferdnce. Lo was shifted fromi center
last sea. on and acted as Steele'(s ran-
Ton r'g"ul ne1ste e efcttir '1 r i a! . t ~ s ning nlate. 1lis lay was exceptionally
Cole5('O ica ron eac 5(100 Wil Istrong throughout the year. This year
in ase lou - i . a l inU, s it 110 oft ih!ot~i lie Louisville boy is about 10 pounds
sali-:dfo- .-i .; vi nclaeEi ,:r y vi(toi.: s c t eorder o- he alvier iwhich makes himt doubly val--
t>1oaetltoruninthme Western Con- (la J'01'ttii' s(edoal enth~usiasts ui able as the Wolverine line averages
Terenceineet, however. ugIthe fraternities: yesterday af-- a rather low figure. Slaughter is
CCoa chn. a'roll arnnrounc 4edthf~ic1ol ternou at I e ny f1eid WI aii Delta Tan steady on the offense, and spectacular
low'n,, schedule for the year yes:ter- ioelta took Alpha I)ella Phi into camp, On the defenise.
(lay. Satur (ay, Oct. 27, M~. A. C. at by a. .core of to ' andI 3eta Theta Pi IkRuaiow Returns to Squad
Ann Arbor; Saturday, Nov. 82, Hr- ;defeat'xl Cygnuis 19 to 9. Phti Kappa, The forward wall material was fur-
phani Trophy meet at. Ann Arbor;a Sigmia wont their game(. with Theta thr augmented yesterday when Ku-
Sa.rturday, Nov. 10, TrianguJlar1 meet,. Xi by forfeit. now, giant. tackle, took a, light- works-
Illinois, Ohio State, and l1\icbigan at! la the , r t g of the afternoon louit for the first time since his io
Ann Arbor; Saturday, Nov. 17, Wis- Jthe Alpha Deli :s ,trrtedt off fast by; was (splintered early in the ,seasoni.
cousin versus Michigan at Wisconsin; I w-orhing thle hai down to time golal ,The big Detroiftr renmoved his arem
Saturday, Nov. 24, Western Confer- i 1osts fromy which Dupree kicked it ov- Iflcnm tho sling yesterday morning. Al-
Oe imeet at Ohio State. I or the line. But tae JDeta Tau Deltas though time injured member is still far
T'he Puller Street course will not were not to he deniedl so early in the from strong, it will be a comparatively
be used after this week owing to the, game and under the leadership ofI short time before Kunow is back in
two mile stretchof new road near the ( "Bob" Young started to plug for some harness.
end of the co urse (wich is in poor, pohilts. Young' caught two forward A refreshing feature of Wednesday's(
condition. On Saturday morning a new p)a "ses and cinchead tie game before suractlce was the fighting spirit which
course will be mapped out, 'beginnringtime first qart~r ended. Tfhe rest of ha1rs ,pervaded tihe entire squad. Thie
aiidi endling at Ferry field, to be use- the tilt was a ,mccesion of slow but' men irea.lize the imiportance of beingr
Ie!durintg time remainder of the sea- steady miarchies to the goal by t4-Iie wi-' In_ imrcfoct shape for the tilt writh tlec
yon. ricns. who made tile re t of their Comminodores, andl are going about
Time follow~ring men will participate fpoilts by plenalty kicks and forward Ithe:ir w ork with enth.usiasm. In -Wed-
in next Saturday's run: Arndt, Cool(., fjsses. n e stly' drill. on Vanderbilt formlia-
F 1eaTrick , 1Reinke, flicksi, Shenefield,{ Beta Theta P'i left no douibt' in their tions, the coaches kept thinrgs going by
sic koison, Davies, Poianus, Griffin,u. upnortem's minds as to who was go-f namning; certain athletes to represenrt
Ktrzyminski, Blowen, Armisteadl, Mason.ang tiheir gmae, for they scored soo11 McGin's stars. Kuhn and IBonmar
Prlop~het, Waddell, iRichards, Finger- after the initial whistle blow and[ 1e-! were impersonated consistently, and
lc, Green Wallini, Petai, Speddiug, Polb poslted throughout the ganme with Rtot I the mnen playing these roles received
ok, Callahan Everett, Herold, Clark amid Moore bearing, the brunt of the of- an idea of what the two bsrillianit 1) r-
Bishop, Marx, AlecCollough, and Ford. fensive.{ formers imay expect when they start
thaeir antics on Ferry field Saturday.
f " n v-Wils An Sit h 1 Flowivng is the spoedball schod- Lot of B ki ield M1ateria"l
Goinplcte Traiiu 110 for todaGy: 8:15 o'clock, Siguma, Al- matrialavailable i aeayo h
pha O Mu -vs. Thothi Chi; i Kappa Del-reguln1I s are laid out in the !°ameo
ta vs. phi Sigma IDelta, P i T7) 4ilren vs. -Saturday, ~tincluding CGrube, i"-rk,
\tu- Yrkl, Oc-t. 10.-{ity' a-la- ~ie t is Upsi]on; (,:2)0 o'clock, l'crnte ,Vick and I-eton=. Grub)e
°y 1rills, tbrly necgro wholas r-Z~t- Psi vs. Chii Psi; AlphaItRmo Clri ~be working out at fullback dulr-
? atdl halneJc er yfrI iimaAuaVpio Pfualtl h pas t fewidays, and his show-
h i l~ia 'a tS i'Ywcit crownm aid I l?' .rCl vs. lDelta Sigmia Phi, 'Iiorrow i hsbnsuhatowrntse
Sni~~~~~~~ iofKn n "0,ie, hoi-hefollowving ,teeis will play tog eth- culat.ion as to awho will play the posi-
cently was knocked dowi4n a nut ber e(:2 ;8: :15))o'clock, Alphats.Si gmna11hi vs. ei lt 1 ft 1l'C,. vf1 T&,o1 t Fhe onen

Alanager ,Joliii c(~raw
The veteran leader of the New York Giants got away to a: fast
1923 series for the worili's blasebalchamipionship when his
thronugh in the last inning to win the first game, 5-4.

start -t !thle
tearm cai-,

VANDERBILT IS PREPARING FOR
"VARSITY BEHIND CLOSED GA TES

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*13atted for Scott in "eighth bni

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I .,lville. Tenn., Oct. 10.--WYhatev- I After Vanderbilt had ipadel three
A - 1Iorr('lach lDan iMclugia of Van:derbilt ; tou chdowvns Coa+ch i'dc~lgiu sent in
0 (1 miay hav~e i (epairation1 for time Mich- subis an(, the reminner of tho contest
0 igai m game Saturday he will at least comnprised good pra(.tee for the sec- l
0 0be able to, "spiing it" aid see what it I ondahry p~layers while the regulars
0 0 is \vortm for the local teaml will face; rested for next Saturday's strenuous
00 time; Yost agg regration this week end g-oing. AWhile the regulars meainedl
0 o w-vitlhout lahaaug' disclosed what has, on the fi'eldl, owever°, one touchdiownv
t; 0d ben going on bhiud closed gates in vwas made froin kick~off and two othi-
_0the 1Vanderb~lt stadium for the last er returns of like nature resulted" in
0t t two w\eeks. I runs for S andI 40 yards. Captain I
1' 0d Saturdayw' wgrame, time first college Khn playing qluarter was _respon sibleI
1 i.' contest of the so-tson at Vanderbilt -frt~frttuhonfo bVi
2> 0 andc tse ornlyg e with a college team on -a southern fild this year andals
t1 hio e E l(~t he loniger of time two other (la T ,
0 0 itA.7 ??, t :'o>flji1J:i= 'eecte, halfback, made the for-I
0 1; ftrI' owed l ts a~t 272N!MR ti ty yard run and was hauled down on-
.- - ias~l<<t~uze ylse _,,F"I-azg iI aot! ly after reachinig th~e last tackiler tie--
shion1(1 ;nlev he 1 ~ tron if weed 1Mam and tihe visitol-s goa I post.
hIo 0~1' 1e h~ ls ee~i o, iO
-c;cv,2(d wstat a hftier Only onle inclident marredf the cn

YOST SAYS OHIU STT
BETTER HAULST YEAP
"Ohio State is bletter in every jm.: I-
tion than. she was a year agro. The
old men who -are on the team a're Duch
improved and they have several new
men who fill time vacant position1s bet-
ter than they were tilled last year. T.
Young, one of thle best centers Ohxio
State has ever had, is eligibxle this
year and Ji my opinion hec is a much
better man tl an Klicin of last yeiar's
team"
So says Coach Yost, afteor witnessing
thle Ohio State-Wesloyan clash last
-Saturday. Coach Yost aund As-sistant
Coach Viek wenit to Columbus to finish
up thed dtail of handlingia the immense
crowd that will eo ' e to Ann Arbor,
Oct. 20, anmd they 'wer'e in attendance

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fl atted for Watson in third Mn

~iau for Gowdy iri third i,,ning.
""*Ran for Bentiey in third ining.

t 1:r{-U Seen.'i-.' altug ijer il3lik ely :15 ic test from a Vanderb~lt staI~noint o-iv
nlzwe It of th17(.3' 'lon iOat Dlingilllti tatwas Fallback Ryan's b~inst ,,ak-ir
tI fllha'clen::k)aO l U IotE>mive from the game soone-r than intended

' U rtes in- his bout w'ithiLusjee

i.'lliV Al' Ap"Ia; 'Sigma 1;,'hi Epsilon vs.
Zeta Beta 'tat.; Tanm Delta Phi 1-s. P-

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".,sustained niht l(1 rinpeted their trainig for t ht P: :o'.cck, 1 'Al -,- (gmasfo -res
'ins.....0 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 1- -, Irop 1:icker. ly bruised shoulder. ome special l 1rotdbteinLnllaupaav.eaX;DlaCiVsTh
- 7auscfin'It) ou ilbttleinLog Ila hiapavs Teta Phi;Delta vs.lii vs. Th- i'\~kon editing the Students' Di-
IYanks ........,..a 0 0 0 0 1 0 0-1-l1I1 tale gaute S:trds'wich Van-,'.i lifgmd frhmyn t wll;rw aBt PiDla 5 :tory.gid prearing itfor press,
(clkOi l n o'ron iuveCollegeatis eXoetc-d that he will be il shapc Jight fais will gather to lote the pa Psi. V om annletd esterdayaccorciiig to
Tr o b se hls -i e s' , B sh i in g a i A a. 1w a ss re oto play in tuhe ARnnA rbor g m e. _,I tl on of Wll s wtiho h a not been N ext wee k's sch e dukle w ill 1ci l l n- 1t yta em n f y, d r c~P G l
+hrebse itst'rh.,RhtBuga.shy r s+co-sonundaety.le ~Coah .Xiuouue Bhtlu t SenI quetionof whther e wil beIi.e t . -
hnou11 (i 7 { CeL ].Vmit h alfer Pirpo( ti. h o nSnome9,miups havocr redi heTeI re cyouh'o9aeit4m
bI oneirns-Sngl. Is"'tths' ire tdvietou
chlg ! itd-pt:'e' .O1, _p'.) l ounetebrho oRbrt osrn of chtae the welver ;etsa ototpadth' auswlhegenI-
Struc out by Pu h, 2 by W tson 1, ii f 1a ~ il tim the acul y of time ubli spought oof- --o-uthy hmir game. Seco d-rou d ma ch-
-heE by, tisGo, 1i Ryan I.1v .e~, :uluronthetw7le.Coahent Ptrnie heI a l a cri3}fr. eswilll lroffd nt~adn'sDaly
Bass o bllsOf Wason 1,off {. --______afe --.111-17 ___.__tJ. Some,_ _x____ hae_____,________nthe
om ,o f flsh 2, nof Ryan 1. 7nlLcetoViw he Prf.lad.1,t_______Lk_7_,________aou-hefistof-lveib

at he ame in thme after'noon. - Wh nitch-Ry gn.
Coach Yes expilined, "lIn DeVoecE Double plays-Scott to WvardI to
Ohio State has one of time best full p: Ryan to Groh to Frischm; Scott to
backs I hiave, seen rad Dobe leit arid ; WardI to Pipp.
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