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Oct. 12.-.-(By A.)-
it may seem, in a lie:
Stengel-"Casey, the
re the New York Gig
.h a home-run drive
the recoil' time inl
ecord breaing, woc
watched the stru gs
to0 Righ;lt Icldl
he ball into the ri
s at the Yankee stadL
Ii inning, Steng~ol's b)
Art Neif, southp1aw
and Sam Jnsof
(I gave the wdi
cnr solitary ru:n, l ?
gin for the one to n(
it throng that cver .
a baseball aren.a, 65,
in the gigantic en clos
an 50,000 more w
Lt the entrance outs
deliver the blow xh
Grave and his warrior
advantage in the n
all drama of all timeReodBkn
series recordls for
gate receipts were sl,
gathering in baseba
hitheatre. The act
ce was 62,430 besides
old not go through
ilie the total recei
putting th three gar
$500,00~0, and practic';
923 the first millionc
ship in history.
,e. brolie the former r
established in a dou
Stadluim late in the r
'hile the gathiering a;
one superior in faiiOimt zey0
1the cde; iitionof

l:tl i tue majority of te "set-up" fair on tomorrow's shedule. Both
O gamcs: out f the way, todays football teams arc always excedingly strng,
wil bring out somez real competitionII and both will be out ater thir third
fo a number of the larger schools consecutive wins whn the game
who spent last Saturday afternoon istarts.e
EII ?onipinF over the prosrte forms ofI Nebraska, who came out second best
thei lser asy itrovrKnxlatin its game with Illinois last week will1
Towat itroerKo atstack up agant Olahoa in an f-
week, will stack up agaiiit a tougherfotoree±thmlvs
propslion henPurdes arrors In the Fast, ,tomorrows games are
1LTjwll come to grips with the Hawkeyes.1 of a much higher calibe than a a
Minnsot is ut fte thescap ojority of the contests last week. The
the Hiaskell Indians, in an effort to two headliners will be Pitt vs. West
air~ 'Wipe out the stng of he ipoor show- igna n Princeton agis
Lnr ilaiba anst Ames a week ago. Georgetown The Mountaineers sprangI
Wisconsin wil meet the Michiganp a surprise last 'season by trimming
Aggies. I Pt and are out to repeat their suc-
Cast Two Intersectional games of extreme cess. Pitt is fresh from ashard-earn-
roic importance are on the schedule for ed victory over Lafayette, 7-0, and
im- tomorrow. The Oho State-Cogate the men will be on edge for the West
.nsclashi is of particular interest to Mich- Wrii ots. TePictr
this igan rooters. The Wicemenx have their -Georgetown imbroglio, while not as
wark cut out for them when the east- prominent as Pitt's struggle, will be
two :ern team trots on the field at Colum- [a game of merit.
id's line. Colgate tswamprled Niagara, 55-0, l-vara and YTale have pushover
g while the Buckeyes trimmed Ohio Wes- gmsshdld ohtassap
l~yanlast eek.ed their adversaries last week, and
ight The other big intersectional clash should have little trouble in whipping
iuiwill bring together the Army and Middlebury and Georga, respectively.
timlty.Dre amne at New York. F+rom the___________
)IQg standpoit'of national interest, this Ig' reefcenyt s al
star tl is probably the mot important f- Classiefds-Adv.
th
erema
sde,
hich-
ost _ LAST TME
TIMES iV4SHOWS -
(q, 7:s001TONIGHT _84 It
hall's th Magnificent Drama of
tua ~, 'urope'sLoves and Initrigue s
the "
ipts
aly,
dol-
The,
able
in
0 Horsemen." Staged in unsur-
O passed luxury in Paris, Monte
Io Crlo and Nice with, a cast of
0celebrities including the most
0 famous beauties of stage and
S0 screen.
a s " enemies of Women
00 amazed With its story and
0-E beauty unying-
4 r°
ol
ties

s ch
re_ -" we present the supreme
com e dy actuating by
on record 3,0~0 original funny,

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VANDERBILH'TTOA
t (Con1tinued from Pag.4e One)
ThFF('e _opposing- backfieldIs will be
practically equal to eone tnother in ex-
perience :although Michigan has more
shining lights behind the line that has
the invading team. Last year, when
practically the same backfields clash-
ed against one another, tho' Wolver-
ines showed considerably more versa-
tility than did the southerners and
gained several times the amount of
ground in spite of the massiveness of
the line which had to be buicked. This
year both teams have had the same
amount of, additional experience and
the, same. method of attack whlich
worked for Michigan last year has:
been doubly perfected. In spite of
this improvement in the Michiigan
backfield however the squad against
which it will perform today has been
drilled against it and may be expected
to turn back the same attacks which
were successful last season.
Barckfield.Is Lame~
TUteritz at quarter for the Varsity
will be opposed by Kuhn, Steger and
Kipke, at halves, by Reese and Meicrs,
and Miller at fullback by Ryan. The
Vanderbilt backfield has shown con-~
siderable improvement in its abilit.y
to crash through the line, the lack of
which ability, cost it the game last'
year. Ryan has been developed into a
line plunger of real ability. The oth-
er members of the backfield have been,
trained to plunge through the line on
off-tackle plays.
A great deal in today's game will
depend upon the ability of the Vender-
bilt backs to take full advantage of!
all the opportunities which their pozw-
erful line affords them. If Reco,
Meiers, and Kuhn can knock off yard-
age. through the tackles, and around
th1e ends and Ryan is in shape to
plunge through the center of the lie,
the Commnodores may take a victory

from. the feld. All of tI ehe a c'Kiil r l
light with, the, C~xCPI tiowi of yan. ~ lD w~ S~ D t
Reece is by far thie mo t (1"ngerous(,of
the entire backnol dla t year<ran --
back MTichigan punts for-att WAl of 127 EAST
yards, besides skirting te cnds for _____
considera'ble yardage. Mleers, the U .Mltr cdm s or
running Dmate to Reece is a. speciaist Iae..k
in off tackle play.. '~lVs. Wiliam; s.I
Opn(7ePrbn;eDrtmnouth vs. Boston university. r
Open work is ikemly tnlao i be ~ C
for both teams bLre uc h i i, t; :i t in b h rards. Middlebury.
elapsed. Yantlerbrilt wvill use LaR3C5 Navy vs. West Virginia Wpesloyanr.
in order to talk advianteofrhi I2nsyMOPv.Sarho
lengh~ edswhiii Mihign ~whh ittsbuirg vs. !West Virginia.
use the aerial route to place thie small- !iinceton vs. Georgfetow,,.n,
statured b)ackfield of the Southerners;:j; , Syracuse vs. Alabamia university.
at a disadvantage.____
I(H-JGAN VNE IJ
BMari on .........LI I15.... .....)lar.
uirhad......,AT . .Wle
Slaiughter....... i....Gwec
I'lott .. ..........Skirp'
Steele....HG........ 'rKelly I
Vapdervoort.RHTm..........HIive,
Curran.........R . .....Wakefield
Tteritz......... Q BR..Guht ) Catpt.(
ipke (Capt.) ..,.L1H.........eWerk
Steger.........RH H. ........Reese
Miller .........F B ............Ryan~

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4'asi.hington and Jefferson vs. Bro,
Yale vs. University of Georgia..
111IiE WEST
Nor thwesteri vs. Indiana.
,EPurdue lovs. Iowal.
Colgaite vs. Ohio State.
i''chiganl Ag gies vs. WisconsEin.
Iliosvs. Butler.
Oklaoma s. Ncebraslua,
Re,,iie, Oct. P-TeArclhriest IL
ouzo decCarlo, caPturzng a o
eagle on MVounemitAltri,~ has presen
i.to the PO)e.

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Havana, Oct. 12.-An edition of t he
Universal, containing an article sayirng
anattack on the life of Presid3ent
' rayas was feared, h las been cenfii-
cated.1
11Berlin, Oct. 12.--Minister of Defense
Gessler has suspended the Red Flag,
Communist newspaper, indtefinlitelyw
for propocsing a general strike.
Read the Want Ads~

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Mny $.i% payable $3 1with eanrolin and $1 each lesson.
Mceney hail guaanteked if not sattified. . Full pariculars malled
free uplon rep ueSt Address

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hopes to gain by it will he told in ane interesting ar-ticle in Thie
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