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PROBABLE tINE-UPS
FOR TODAY'S GAME
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 6.-The
probable battinggorder for to-
morrow's oiiening game is as

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SPEED EMPHASJ2ED
Fundamental football, upon which
Coach Yost places more stress than
any other phase of the gridiron sport,
occupied the attention of the coaches
in yesterday's drill, punting, passing
and speed in line play being partic-
ularly emphasized.
Coach Wieman worked the linemen
in the elements of line play for more
than an hour and then ordered two
foot races. He brought Flerrnstein
over from the backfield drill and had
him run 100 yards against Edwards
and ,Baer, who are reputed to be the
fatest linemen on the squad. Herrn-
stein defeated Edwards and Baer by
ten yards.
Later in the practice session, Coach
Wieman staged another race. This
time he-took all of his linemen, ends
excepted, and had them run 50 yards.
Ii this race Edwards won easily,
with Hawkins about five yards behind
and the remainder of the squad were
about ten yards behind Hawkins.
When it began to rain the squad
was ordered into the field house,
where the freshmen ran through short
pass plays against them, completing
a surprisingly large number of them,
the workout showing that, the first
string men are still susceptible to
this form of attack.
In the scrimmage between the re-
serves and freshmen, the former were
aitled tremendously by the work of
Paul Cook who turned the ends and
hit the line for continuous gains.
Thirty-eight men are now on the
Varsity squad, and it is expected that
this number will be retained until the
end of the season.
s
Ticket Scalpers
Ask Record Price
WASHINGTON, Oct. 6-In the ver-
nacular of aviators, world's series
tickets "reached the ceiling" here to-
night.{
Some scalpers, who were well sup-
plied with acoveted pasteboards, were.
making 400 per cent on resales.
In a local hotel two box seats in
the upper tier were offered for $482,
or $241 a seat for the three games.
The~ tickets originally cost $39.60.
Grandstand seats, costing $33, were
being offered for $125.
Congressmen who failed to receive
tickets put up a great howl and the
management of the Washington club
has agreed to supply Capitol Hill re-
quests with uncalled for reservations.
HAVANA, Oct. 6. - Jose Cuxarty
Falgones, a Spaniard arrested on a
charge of plotting to assassinate
President Machado, has been killed
in an attempt to escape from Cabinas.
Fortress.

follows:
Was bington
Rice, cf
Harris, 2b
Goslin If
Judge, lb
Bluege, 3b
Harris, J., rf
P'kpatigh, ss
Ruel,
Johnson, p
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tional League;

Pittsburgh
Moore, 2b
Carey, cf
Cuyler, ,rf
Barnhart, If
Wright, ss
Traynor, 3b
Grantham, lb
Smith, c
Meadows, p
plate, Rigler, Na-
at first base,

Roger Peckinpaugli
Roger Peckinpaugh, field captain
and star short stop of the champion
Washington Senators, and recently
voted the most popular player in the
American league, who is expected to,
shine in the present classic. "Peck"
played a prominent part in the Sena-
tors' triumph over the Giants last
year.
AL-APSTANK MEET
SCHEDULEDFOR FRIDAY
Six varied events will comprise the
feature of the first all-campus swim-
ming meet which will be held Friday
evening at the Union under the per-
sonal direction of Matt Mann, Varsity
swimming coach. The meet, which
will open a series of regular Friday
evening acquatic carnivals, will be
very comprehensive in character,
Coach Mann says.
The Intramural department of the
University will award watch charms
to the winner in each of the six
events Friday. Similar awards will
probably be given every week.
Every male student of the Univer-
sity is eligible to compete in the
meets, although members of the Var-I
sity and freshman swimming teams,
and other students known to be un-
usually good swimmers, will be handi-
capped. There will be a varied pro-
gram of distance and speed races, and
a number of style events. The meet
will get under way at 8 o'clock.
Swimming Lessons
To Start Shortly
Coach Mann, Varsity swimming I
coach, will begin giving swimmingE
lessons at the Union pool this week.
The charge will be twenty-five cents
a lesson plus the usual swimming I
ticket. Appointments can be ar-
ranged by calling Coach Mann at the
Union or at 6495.

Moriarty, American League;. at
second base, McCormick, Na-
tional League; at third base,{
Owens, American League.
GDIN TQ LEAD' VARSITY
WATER POLO, QUINTET
Captain Gow of the swimming team
automatically became captain of the
water polo team when members of the
swimming squad voted to have one
leader for both aggregations at a re-
cent meeting held by the squad.
Because of the personnel of the two
teams so closely similar, the members
of last year's Varsity decided that
hereafter one leader would be chosen
to lead both aggregations which wouldI
be known together as the swimming
squad.
Regular workouts have already
started and present indications point
to a successful year. Captain Gow and
Samson are showing up well for the
veterans, while several freshmen are
pressing the last years' men for their
places. Harrison, who was not out
for either the freshman or Varsity
teams last year, is expected to push
Starrett hard for fancy diving honors.
EIGHTEEN TEA MS OPEN,
SPEEDBALL. TITLE PLAY
Eighteen teams competed yesterday
in the opening game of the interfra-
ternity speedball games which mark-
etl the opening of the fall program of
intraiural sports.
Ranging from an easy victory for
Phi Gamma Delta over the Acacia
team 18 to 0, to the scrappy over-
time game oftPhi Chi and Gamma Sig-
ma, which the former won 10 to 6,
the games were well played.
The results are as follows: Phi
Gamma Delta 18, Acacia 0;.Delta Phi
7, Sigma Alpha Mu 10; Beta Theta Pi
1, Theta Xi 0; Alpha Sigma Phi 5,
Phi Kappa Psi 1; Tau Kappa Epsilon
0, Delta Chf 1; Delta Upsilon 6, Delta.
Sigma Phi 8; Phi Kappa Tau 0, Al-,
pha Rho CM 0; Nu Sigma Nu 1,
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 0; Phi Chi 10,
Gamma Sigma 6.
Patronize Daily Advertisers.

A DAMS, COVELESKIE, ZACHARY
MAY EQUAL RECORD OF COOMBSi
(By Associated Press) There have been five two-hit games'
PITTSBURGH, Oct. 6.-Three pitch- pitched by Ed Walsh of the White
ers this year have an opportunity to Sov, Mordecai Brown of the Cubs, Ed-
eual thie World's series record of die Plank of the Athletics, Bill Jamesy
of the Braves and Waite Hoyt of the,
Jack Coombs, the mound marvel Who Yankees.
came out of Colby college to aid Chief Bender holds the mark for
materially in lifting Connie Mack's most victories-six. And the famous'
mightly Athletics to the highest plane Athletic moundman of the past struck
in baseball over a decade ago. Two out 59 men in five series. But the
of them may surpass it. famous Indian also tasted several de-
Coombs participated in three feats.
World's series, two as a Mack mound- Walter Johnson of the Senators in
man and one as a Brooklyn hurler 1924 equalled Ed Walsh's 1906 record
in the series of 1916 against the Bos- for strikeouts in one game, with 12 1
ton Red Sox. He won five games and on the opening day of the Giants-
lost none to establish his record. Babe Senators series, a 12-inning battle.
Adams of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Jack Coombs issued 14 passes in
Stanley Coveleskie of the Washington the 1910 series, nine of them in one
Senators each has won three games game.
in a series without defeat and Tom Art Nehf of the Giants has allowed
Zachary of the Senators two. 31 bases on balls in the four series
Adams gained his honors when the in which he has appeared.
Pirates conquered the Detroit Tigers The late Wild Bill Donovan hit
in 1909. He is now 44 years old. Cov- three batsmen in the series of 1907 be-
eleskie won three while pitching for tween the Tigers and Cubs.
Cleveland against Brooklyn in 19201 Four pitchers have suffered five de-
and Zachary captured,'two for Wash- feats in the baseball classics,l Plank,
ington from the Giants last season. Mathewson, Rube Marquard and Joe
But matching of the record estab- Bush.
lished by Christy (Big Six) Mathew-
son, pitching for the New York Giants BALTIMORE, Oct. 6.-Pel Bellenger,
in 1905 against the Philadelphia Am- hard-hitting third baseman of the
ericans, is another matter indeed, for
the great Matty, now president of the Louisville Colonels, has been suspend-
Boston Braves, scored three shutouts ed for the remainder of the junior'
that year. World series, it was learned last night
Outstanding facts on World's series with the arrival of the Colonels and
pitching follow: 'Baltimore Orioles, champions of the
Ed Reulbach of the- Chicago Cubs American association and Interna-
allowed the "hitless wonders," the tional league, respectively, for the re-
White Sox of 1906, only one hit. sumption of the series Wednesday.
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CIICAGO, Oct. G.-North-
western's grid practice was en-
Ilivened yesterday lby the return
of Ralph. ''Moots" Bal;er to the
lineup for the firrt time this
season. Coach Glenn Thistle-
thwaite will use Baker Saturday
in the game with Carleton,
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IntramuralItems:
The following matches in the all-
campu tennis tournament are sche-
duled for this week. The singles
matches must be reported at the In-
I tramural olhlce by Thursday after- 1.
noon, Oct. 8, and the doubles by Fri-
day afternoon, Oct. 9. Otherwise
matches will count as forfeited.
The schedule follows:
Singles: H1. Kane 5964 vs E. P.
Wright 7017; G. C. Vose 21695 vs H.'
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