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Team Aceomnhied By Barad aml 89
Students; Expect To14 W~iIn
(tamne Tomuorrowv
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Vanderbilt, flootball team, b mud, 80

ly the same 11110111) in tomorrow's
ga.me. The only changes which seem
at all likely will probably take place
in the line. Every -man who dirt
slow weaknesses in the op~ening tilt
bas shown some improvemnent during
the week of training which has inter--
vensed andi will probably be given 'a
c(ballcO to display it. Allarion, Curran

rooters andl all will land in Alin Ar- and Neischt will have to fight it out
bor tis. aftrnoo, 1'aliaatori'to< z~ for tine end posit ionas although itj
~~C1iOl, t gem likely that AiMarion and CurranI
of the most inmportanxt inter-,eetioflal will have first call. There is little
games of the se a:on to be played t-0- to chees e ramong the. three candidates
morrow afternoon on Fe rn' ield bls'- 'ifr the Winag xositionts aend i Neisch I
tween the Commodores and the Wol- 1Shows the fight that hle did during the
course of last season he may be used
verinies. In his old place.
Three fourths of the Vanderbilt stan- The tackles will prob~ably lbe Muir-
dent body will be on hand togecther' head and VanDervoort with Steele,
with one of the best bands south of S lau ghter and Hawkins to choose1
M D in. T suthrnamong for guards. Slaughter, whoI
the Mason-Dixon lie hCsuhr got ridl of scholastic difficulties just
football machine has been,,pre paring three dlays before the Case game is
for "tomforrow's contest since the first rap)ily rounding into shape andl may
-dlay of the training season andl is con-- i1be given the assignment. ]Mlott will
fidenat of a victory over Michigan. undoubtedly take his regular stand in
the center of the line.
Mieligai Aliso Preparing I The backfield will probably present
The Maize andl Blue squad will not the samne appearance that it did at the
be outdone as far as preparation is opening whistle last week-end, al-I
concerned liowvever. The work of tihe though last minute changes may be
Varsity on Ferry field during the past made thlis afternoon in the final signal
week has been evidence of that, fact.. drill.. Uteritz, Steger, Kipke, and Mill-1
rlvery mhan who showed -aflaw in last er are the likely choices for positions
Saturday's gamze, and every man who behind the line while Parker, Herrn-
entered the game did, hays beeni driv- stein, Grube, Vick, and Rockwell may
en hard in order to overcomxe his i- !be seen in the fray before the finalj

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pertectlons ;and al of them nave tak- reckoning as one o the greatest playersP
on their work-outs in a spirit which- the west coast has produced
bails back to the time when Coach Yost - Ca . Don Nichols of the U. of
~7)ffJS-f I ~i3~e~~California team ranks as one of
1903. Not a man on the squad has men.--*-
shown any signs of laziness and if _____________________
work counts for anything, Vanderbilt Twenty men are scheduled to pay[
will face a real football team tomnor- in the All-campus singles in the first Eiu nI butorrri important department of tie g ame nr ni fnn
row t round. Teysoudhae lye hr IdA £0SiJIVJ 0E LE Iatthe co- hei s givinghis ate ntiin.CLUBIi Hflat tbULcocLVD
During the past week th'e coachessol aefte lhuhtlr hsntbe uc
haebe akn h onaeofgames last night, but owing to tie I ("'~ IfBVHI scrim~mage between the Varsaity and
of their proteges in an effort to make'nmixups and errors that have occurred lI V~W UJi e Reserves this week it is ex~e ed WILH10T FITi
the 'team equal to that of last year. ithsendeie toctnu tie that in fnal preparation for the in-
and ready for the contest tomorrow. fis. oudutl,,'oc orow Ai th more men coming utevr vasion of Ohio State thee will be a
Not~h-scrimxmage has been held du- ft run-utdayo'oc Coach isfg utevr radical change of program in next Playrs will, tee off In the second
ing thI's week -with the exception Oila mr Fa aisherdofithehiRservethsj week's work outs. 'Much action can tournament for stuent members of
shirt signal scrimmage which u~is he following zmn have not played)mr hnstsid ihhssidti be looked for by the Reserve squad in the Ann Arbor Golf club at 8:30
held'last nielit, and most of the work off these matches: MacShane, 242W , Iya.Ain h e-oesyse lotdiy scrimmages witl the ~ tnoo-nonn
has been of Tin elementar y nature. vs. O'Connell, 242W; Watts, 7498, vs aywer nmbredCoryatuy and the Freshmen. -Ov * g
Running back punts and )lief-offs, Scue,29R!reife,39R needed tackle, Witeling °a fast shifty ja ;y As was the case in the first tourney
Blocking tackling, and passing have Boxer; 3193R; Nagel, 436J, vs. Fried- CandMyshr as peedytack.of the arn two vvees ago, play w ill be in four-
been the chief items on the training Cocrihri epcato h a- IL~II smsbtentw em. iIg
man, 751W; Bromberg, 1121J, vs. rival of Dewey a frsman guardl of IJLUV ni twsteenionqered.tuhato
Almfehsntu.ggnealy e Crane, 2451; Mulins, 27E, vs. Holland,. last year and a potential Varsity man. rr goaaIonpm oroSCosyItefisme, v
garded as unnecessary as late as the ,2375W;Ha il 138 vs. Coyne, DuVtashlati ities yewey LLV1L NI 1D not pay in tomorrow's tournament.j
last week before an important game 2420W; Wheeler, 1201 East University, is inelig ible for te Vriythis ya olwn r h arns no~~
have been given to the men in the vs. Levison, 2282J; O'Brien, 2420W, vs. bu mc iloedfoeroahmrnx of ter departure from the c u 3
same pgrportions that they were injSilver, 1121J; Harrison, 179, vs. Seitz, isherheAeo huasesoiebeenhe!
the first two weeks of fall training. 1179 If teematches aenot pla ye ar. hi hsbendeprived of tie ser- otAecalutinersocite tone ho u: n 1anvs rsb n
D)rill on >Elenmets . hee aeila e s of one of his best end, by tl eoatclegnesa the UnvrjD uraadIooesrrob n
Yesterday afternoon's practice was a off by the time stated, the delinquentsj promotion of Ferenz to the Varity: sity of Michigan, last night held its A. B. Quirk.
rep e'tton '-i those which have takenj will be dropped from the tournament.' squad. The work of Ferenz at end so first meeting of the year in tie Engin- Broderickz and Goodspeed vs. Fely'
plane every afternoon this week. Thle - impressed Cachtes Yost and Litte erig building. The purpose of the ;and Benedict._
tacktles and giuards spent the earlier In the all-campus doubles- tourna- that he is now being given is 01)1)0--; ueeing was the election of officers Kiause and J. Reilly vs. W.Geh-j
pars( of the-)afternoon diming -t Baku jnent the following .delinquents must tunity to make good as a Varsity man for 1il coing year. rn an d(1aidt.I
wrhile the atterp]tedl to carry the, ball play their matches off by 5 o'clock,' As the season progresss i is not at cLe-teat Royal, who ha been Coffin and W. Hloard vs. Mitts and
past them. - During the course of the( Saturday afternoon: Gre nsfreni-Box-'Ial unlikely that other- men of the Re- conducting an airplane passenger bus- tknson. i
practice Baku suffered, an injured an- , ,19R v.Hishia-Gon, serves will be given the chance to nesi n ro o h atfw E .EuradV .Vohe s
keas a result of a twisting tackle.M ti-ate, 14,v.Pwr show their stuff as mnembers of' the 31.8 sivshmnGos 97 eeks addressed the club on the os- lrmis pund Snodgass.
The extent-ofrhisrn3uryRhassnotobeensibiltis of aronautical engineering,' Siekand 3roson v. Starr and
determined but it will probably keep nseold, 1114M; Murphy-Albracht, I is ta.icusntedlilisofhe'r- oI r
IYesterday's practice for the Resrves u'musigtl diutiso hepo odiig.
him out of -practice for several days. 1040, as. Shaw-Ossnbruggen, 1482M;; consisted in a scrimmage for the new fesion as well as its alluring future.; Mason ad Iazela vs. Black and
or so, aarber-Hicks, 1324J, vs. Ml'ilder-part- and untried men against the freshman Lie~teant Royal announced his inten- Buniam.
Wile the linemen were being per- nr, 1p6fi; Watts-Siowinski, 7098, vs.' second teanm and some intensive tak- tiom f iving lessons in piloting to IMil vs. 131M us.
fected in their art thle"backs were* Schuster - partner, 2093R; Bremer- ing and blocking drill for the rest of those deiring them. -
being instructed in carrying the ballIVhelr 1201 EastUnvrty vs p te sud Fisher's men have not yet William W. Bishop, librarian of the
and running back kickoffs. Latter in Md',Ot10-noicasae-ivest ettw- sedyo
teatrontesudwninoastein-Kaufmian, 825W; Harrison-Seitz.1 developed the best form in clipping Mard c.1.A fiilsae nvriylf onyeerlyo a
shecretessoon the rularfntild ad19 v.Ken-reig,91;O'o- men and it is in this usually unnoticed, ment says fighting is on again in Mor- lusi nes ti to Chicago. lHe is ex-
scesesnanterglrfedanio.cC. p(.crt to return ie first of net week.
the stands wer e rid of spectators,'- (Continued on Page Seven) j hgycr~ed
while the coaches gave out new sig-- rI ws es uy l o rods
nals for use in the Vanderbilt game. 1 Frshmn Fotbal o e couldNP
Practically Samxe Lineup ......- kill this
Although the team which entered There will be no freshman foot-j
the Case game last Saturday afternoon! ball practice this afternoon, Oct.1
showed a great, need of finish the 12. E. J. Mather, Coach. I
coaches will probably place practical- j,___________________

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114 J) PennoeIcla Putup BrlllianIt. G nw eball c stari of stars, iio ihad come
in Box for into hi,. own and fourght the end( of
ffanatile rainboWv of world seiies fame for
jx\_lnhihe had sought before in vain.
5i'i d AN I.hiI I, '<:( I rTru;,,, Ruth earned, his spurs ais a
WA~D AD E ME~ELEAC -pitcher, hanging n11 a record of 29
WALLOP C IRCUIT 'i' iurs1scoreless innngs in hampionhip
r play that will stand; but it was at-
Nev York, Oct. 12-Babe Ruth buig laurels that the greatest home
cI-gossed -with mlighty tread the times- run hiter of all times was seeking
hold of world series glory tjiat has Iand hle ganed them today. No matter
swha he (does in the rest of the series
been bar-redl to him for two yeas. his place among seri-es iminotals is
- Driving out two thundering hlome I secure.
nunm thrusts in successive. innings, a I
feat nxparralle lin c haxnponshv )BOX' SCORE
baseball histor-y, Ruth -was tie dyna-'
~110 in t4e powerful attac k that en-I B R 1 ~
abled the Yankees to turn'i the tables!WitAf--------- 0 0 1 0
on1 the Giants, caplture the second gamne Dugan, <;b----------.4 0- 1 1 3 0
of the series by a score of 4 to 2 and Ruth, rf--------------2 2 3 0 -0
sqluare the count itlii the world title R. Meuse, If-------4 0 1 4 0 (0
holders in the 1923 struggle. Pipe, 1lb..........3~ 1 1 13 0 0
i * Ward, ,2b ..........4 1 4 0
j Firist up in the fourth inning with car ,c.....401200
tile. score tiedl at one0 all tile great Scott, ass------4 0 2 0 Ei 0
slugger- put the Yankees into the lead j Pennock, p-------- 0 0 0 1 0
jwith a terrific, towering blow that ---- -
lauded atop tile second tier of the right-----------------34 4 10 27 14 0l
Field grandstand and started the down-
fall of Hugh McQuillan, Giant ace., (ANT S
Another' i--u i was scoxred in that torrid Ai. 11 0 A Ti,
inning but oni his next tull-niat bat, fi Bancroft, ss-------..4 0 0 0 6 0
the fifth the Babe cradled oiie of Jack Groh, 3b-----3 1 1 0 1 0
. entley's southipaw slants into the l riscr, 2b---------..4 0? 2 2> 60
lower right field stands. That blowv Young, rf----------.4 0 2 0 0 2
was tile climax of the game; Yankee!E. klemwl, lb------4 1 2 4 0 0
victory was cinched then and ther-e, jCuinninghamn, f ...3 0 0 1 0 0
for it proved merely a formality to, Stengel, cf---------.0 0 0 .1 0 0
cari ;y on to thle finish. Kelly, 11)----------.4 0 1.i16 1 0
rIt was spectacular triumph for the Sny de, c----------4 0 0 3 1 0
Yankees, whose punch muastered John! MQuillan, p ........1 0 0 0 0 0
McGraw's strategy and gave them theI Bentley, p..........2 0 1 0' 2 0
fir st home world series victory they I Gowdy ........1 0 0 0 0 0
have known since tile fifth game of ~iJackson ...........1 0 0 0 0 0
the 1921 championship, a spani over, - - - -
whch eight defeats andl one tie have 1 Totals-----------.35 2 9 27 17 2
been the disastrous portion of the *Batted for Cunningham in -eighth.
American league chtampioni. "Batted for Bentley in ninth.
It was a brilliant day for Herb I___
Ffennockr, 'fragile left handler, who I Score by innings:
twirled the Giants into subjection in Yankees ........0 1 0 2 1 0 0 0 0-4
maasterful fashion. And Joe Dugan,- Giants .......0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0-2
fleet footed third sacker whose mar:
veloas defense play brought him re-j Two base hits-Bentley, Dugan.
peatedly into the limelight. H-one runs-Ward, E. Meusel, Ruth
But, over and -above the outcome of, 2.
the game, the brilliant cogs that fit- Struck out-By MQuillon 1, by Pen-
ted nto the winning Yankee's ma- nock 1.
chine, it was the day of days for Ruth,l Base on balls-Off AlcQui lan 2, off
Pennock 1, off Bentley 2.
Of -Hit by pitcher-By kentley (ten-
Streeyt OfRome i nook).
4 Rich In Treusure~ Kubl? plays-Bancroft to Fiselh to
Rome, Oct !. - E .cavat ions in ;It's tx-e efieny to use Daily
I Rrruus ancient learling street, Corso Cas sIefieds-Adv.
Enmberto, hlave brought to lighit many ! -
pleces of. ancient Greek and R n an ______________
Isculipture. Voitr ti 1 ia archesy
.;f~ood inl the CorSo :n ancient turnes,
+ and many frag ments i~lz3eatthed (urin-, FLY ING
tile iniprovenlets ti a4; are being mpade
to the thsorouaghifarere ,ethougt to b.> INS r U [CTION-
portions of tiese ariches. In the Via -
PI nbi~cito, there are traces of a- gre:: t;
imnperial palace dnd the walls of an 'Mo17n begin t one- til1f) a cors.
ancient tenmple. At tile Pazna. a Crin- Irici at field, PasCkarrd street
s hu~n column from the Tenple of 'ml liy 4- 1ts
-Neptune. In the Va Catravit a, two
Iancient colunmns wvere unearthed and asnes 5ard
also fragmenrts from a nedievalI
f churchl.

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