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EAT GIANTS IN TWELFTH 4-3
WHEN MCNEELY HITS TWO BAGGER

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When Ryan Hit Second Pitcher-Homer In History

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WRE STLERHS START
INFORML TRAINING
Many Men Lost to Team Through,
Failure to Return to School.
This Fill
ONE VETERAN RETURNS

M. a, C..PREPARED
FOR GID BATTLE
Aggie Vootball Fans Confident of Win
In Today's Game With
Wolverines
FAULTS IRONED OUT

fith Stadium, Washington, Oct.
McNeely's two base smash to
eld scoring Muddy Ruel in the
inning of today's all-important
st gave Bucky Harris and his
ington Senators the world's,
all title, the final game ending,

THE BOX SCOI
Washington Senat
AB"R

McNeely, cf........6
Harris, b ..........5
Rice, rf............
Goslin, If...........5
Judge, lb........ .4

a, who drew the choice of "',
for the Senators, took to the Taylor, 3b
in the first inning, giving iller, 3b
Mogridge. Barnes, the New
a(den.

rk choice, held the Senators hit-
s up to the fifth inning, when Har-
of the Senators, garnered a home
n, putting the ball into the left field
nds Mogridge stayed on the
und -until the sixth inning, when
Giants rallied, putting three runs
oss.
Valter Johnson played in his thirds
rld's series battle today, relieving
rberry in the ninth. The Giants
re helpless before the fast hops of
veteran, being unable to get a hit
the last three innings.
'he Senators were the first to score,
ting 'a run across the plate in the
rth, when Harris got his circuit
Ut.
'he sixth inning proved to be the{
ky one for the Giants, who took k
lead with three runs. Young walk-
Kelly singled into center field,
ung going to third. Mensuel bat-
for .Terry, but was only able to
a long fly to Rice, scoring Terry
the catch. Kelly scored when
ge juggled Jackson's grounder.
son went to second and Jackson
ng safe at first. Wilson scored,
en Gowdy's grounder went through
ege, Jackson taking third. Jack-
was left on base, when Barnes
d out to Rice, and Lindstrom strik-
out.
'he Senators evened up the count
the eighth, when Liebold, batting'
Taylor, got a two base hit into left
d. Ruel got an infield out, Lie-
d going to third. Tate, batting for
rberry, was given a base on balls
ng the gases. McNeel'y flied out,
bold holding third. Harris provedr
self a hero once again, when he
bled into left. Nehf relieved
'nes. The hectic inning ended when I
e went out to -Kelly, unassisted..
he last of the 12th gave the final
ne and the World's series to Wash-
on. Ruel hit into left for two
es, after Millerwas thrown out at
t. Jackson fumbled Johnson's
under and the batter was safe
A held second. Ruel scored the
ning run on McNeely's double to
FORMER BIG TEN
ATHLETES PLAY IN EAST

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Frisch, 2b...........5 0
Young, rf,lif ........2 1
Kelly, cf, lb.......6 1
I'erry, 1b ..........2 0
Meusel, If, rf........2 0
Wilson, If, of.......4 1
.ackson, s ........6 0
Gowdy, c..........6 0
Barnes, p..........4 0
Nehf, p..........0 0
McQuillan, p.......0 0
* Groh..........1 0
w Southworth....0 0
Bentley, p..........0 0
Totals ......43 3
*--Batted for McQuillan

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Varsity wrestling practice began
informally this week, with men work-
ing two and three -times a week, so asi
to be in condition to start intensive
training when Coach Barker's duties
on the football field are finished.
In spite of losses sustained through
graduation and failure of ien to re-I
turn to, school this fall, Coach Barker
is optimistic as to the outcome of
the Conference title race.l
,DeFce, last year's Varsity 115
pounder, is lost to the team through'
graduation. Baker, a corner from the!
freshman squad, should fill the vac-:
ancy well, judging from his perform-.
ances last season.
In the 125 pound class, Karbel, one s
of the best men in his class in the
Conference last year, should repeatt
his performances again in still better
style, with a year's added experience.
Toepfer, winner of the all-campus,
135 pound championship last spring,
has the responsibility of filling the3
shoes of Gillard in the lightweight1
class. Edward Phillips, the star oft
last year's frosh squad was expected!
to fill the 135 pound class in cham-
pionship style, but on account of sev-t
ere injuries sustained in an accident1
this summer, will be lost to the team.
In the 145 pouid division Cranage
and Williams are two good men, who
should develop into first place win'-
ners. Cranage showed his worth in1
the Olympic tryouts held in Detroit
last spring, when he won first placet
in' his class, defeating three men in
one evening.
Rose, the star of last year's Var-
sity, is heavier this season and will
probably enter the 158 pound class.
Rose will have two good understudies'
in Sinclair and Donohoe, two menI
from the frosh squad. Ratliff and
Madsen are the only candidates in the
light-heavyweight and heavyweight
divisions.
Have You Votedl Apply on Campus,
Foreign Subscriptions $4.00- pay-
able now.

(Special to The Daily)
East Lansing, Mich., Oct. 10.-With
two overwhelming victories to their
credit, 'and confident that the rever-
sal of form shown over previous
years will continue, the Aggie grid-
ders anxiously await the coming of
the Michigan eleven, tomorrow.
Scrimmages with the freshman
squad, versed in Michigan plays,
held the center of attraction on
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday
nights, with a light fundamentals
practice on Monday, and a skull ses-
sion today rounding out the week's
program.
Punt catching and. ball booting
have held the lead off position on all
practice nights, and the Aggie men-
tor feels confident that the evil of
dropping punts has been done away
with, but he cannot say that he has
found a kicker of any real ability.
Richards has not fallen any from his
last week's standard, but he 'will
have to improve considerably if h'e
is to equal up the distances of Park-
er and Rockwell.
Coach Taylor has corrected the
faults which turned up in the line.
during the Olivet encounter and feels
confident that his charges will be
able to hold their own against the
Michigan forward wall. The only
possible change in this department
being the possible substitution of Ed-
die Eckert, a veteran of two seasons,
for Speikerman, at the tackle posia-
tion. "Stub" Kipke is still feeling
the effects of the knee injury suffer-
ed in the last game, and probably will
not see service against the Wolver-
ines. In the backfield, Lyman seems
to have taken the lead over Schmyser
in the race for the field general's
berth, and in all probability will. be
calling signals when the team trots
out onto the field.
Urbana, Ill., Oct. 10.-One hundred
and fifty men have reported for the
freshman basketball team in answer
to the first call. There are 64 high
school captains in that number.

When "Rosy" Ryan, Giant pitcher, made by a National league pitcher pitcher-slugger of the Giants, fol-|
slammed. out his home run in the in the annual classic and the second lowed Ryan's example by hitting ai
fourth inning of the third game of the by any hurler. Jim Bagby made the home run in the fifth inning of the1
first one while pitching for the Cleve- fifth game, thereby going on the rec-
Wo'rld's. Series he made history. For land Indians against Brooklyn in the ords as \the third twirler to hit for
his was thre first circuit clout ever 1920 series. Jack Bentley, star the circuit in the Big Series.
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x-Batted for Taylor in 8th.
k-Batted for Marberry in 8th.
q-Ran for Ttate in '8th.
w-Ran for Groh in 11th.

Score by innirgs:-
New York -'0 0 0 0 0 3
Washington -0 0 0 1 0 0

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0 2 0 0 0 '1

Two base hits - Lindstrom, Lie-
bold, Goslin, Ruel, McNeely.
Three base hits-Frisch.
H-ome runs-Frisch.
Sacrifice hits-Meusel, Lindstrom.
Stolen bases-Young.
Struck out-By Ogden 1, by Mog-
ridge 3, by Barnes 6, by Marberry 2,
by Johnson 5, by McQuillan -1.
Bases on balls-off Ogden 1, off
Mogridge 1, off Marberry 1, off Barnes:
1, off Johnson 2, off Bentley 1.
Double plays-Kelly to Jackson,
Jackson to Frisch to Kelly, Johnson
to Bluege to Judge.
CRO.SSCUTYSQA
PREPARES FORBDGR

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(Special to The Daily)
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 10.-With a
7-0 victory overy Purdue under their
belts, Coach Jack Wilece's Ohio State
gridders will invade Iowa City Saiu r-
day afternoon to do battle with the
formidable Iowa eleven.
Though the Buckeye team has im-
proved greatly over that of last year,
it does not look strong enough to do
more than give Iowa a hard fight,
since the Hawkeyes will oppose it
with the same lineup, with the ex-
cepti'on of one guard, which beat it
20-0 last year.1
Coach Wilce drove his men hard in
practice this week and made several
changes in the line which he hopes
will help stem the tide of the Iowa
backs.
the advantage of having had one raceI
as they meet Marquette's undefeatedl
team of last year tody at Madison,
Anxious 'to not only erase thje tun-
expected failure of last year's team
but to make a good showing before

Northwestern vs. Cincinnati at
EWaustsn.
Om ha vs. Iown at Iowa City .
Chicago vs. Brown at Chicago.
Illinois vs. Butler at Urbana.
Wisconsin vs. Coo at Madison.
Minnesota 'vs. Haskell at Minneap-
olis.
Louisiana vs. Indiana at Indianapo-
lis.

Champaign,

Ili., Oct. 10.-With Cap-

tain Rogusek on crutches with a
bandaged ankle, and Gil Roberts onj
the sick list, Illinois grid fans have
been set to worry.
It is doubtful if Pokusek will play
against Butler Saturday and Zuppke
will be satisfied if he is in shape for
the Michigan game next week.
It developed tonight that Illinois
will probably lose the services ofj
Crawford, right ttackle, who played
in a game for Lake Forest, which will
count as a year of competition.

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Rose Polytelb. vs. Purdue.
Notre Dame vs. Wabash at Sou
Oklahoma vs. Nebraska at Norma
Yale vs. Georgia at New Haven.
I farvardl vs. Middlebury at Ca
bridge.
Princeton vs. Lehigh at Prine
ton.

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former Big Ten

With the first run of the season
Conference 'only two weeks from this morning,

etes that have migrated to the
tern football circles and are play-
as first string men on eastern
ege teams.
Lck Keefer, the former Michigan
is playing the leading role for
wvn. He was the outstanding star
he first game of the year with
>y. When the Chicago lMaroons,
.le the eastern team today, Keefer
be the man that will need the
t watching.
>y Simmons, captain of the Uni-
ity of Chicago freshman teamf
years ago is varsity captain at
tcuse this fall. He has been reg-1
varsity quarterback for three
ons.
iss, formerly a freshman track
football star at the University
Jhicago, is playing halfback at
rgetown. Last year he won the
ern 220 yard low hurdle cham-
ship.
'iz, for three years a regular.
le at the University of Iowa, is
ing fullback for the George
ly a freshman at Illinois, and
;hington university. Hyde, for-
dergrift, who was a substitute
le at Chicago in 1922, are boil'
ing as regulars at Columbia.
SUNDAY DINNER 12:30-2:00

here with Wisconsin, Coach Farrell the large homecoming crowd in the I
will send his men over a four mile Conference championship race here;s
route against time at 10:15 o'clock' on Nov. 22, the men are working hard St
this morning. While the men are told to get in the best jossible shape.
not to race, each one is expected to -}C:
do his best and stay with thealeaders. Vote by Absentee Ballot, on Campus.I. P
Although 'the Badger hill and dale C( ol.
men have no more veteran's among) Don't delay-Pay your, subscription I W
them than Michigan, they will have today. y ys1 Ws

ornell vs. Williams at Ithaca.
artniouth vs. Vermont at Ianov
irny vs. D~etroit at West Point.
ivy vs. Marquette at Annapolis
ittsburgh vs. West Virginia;
sburgh-.
yracuse vs. William & Mary
acuse.
anford vs. Olympic Club at Pa
aliforija vs. Pomiona at Berkele
enn Stato vs. Gettysburg atrSty
ash. & Jeff. vs. Grove City
in amon.

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Georgetown .vs. King at Washing-
ton.~ A*L~ Su ple
Carnegie vs. Toledo at Pittsburgh. Athletic Supp e
m- Penn. vs. Swarthmore at Philadel- -
ihia. = AND
e- Kansas vs. Ames at Lawrence.
Gonzaga vs. Wash. State at Spo- Men's Furmshigs .
kane.
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