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TIDE MICHIGAN DAILY

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T'WILL OPEN THITA
1loth. Managers Ase Optimistic On Eve
Of Battle For Big League
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SOUTHPAWS TOHVURL
If ($y Associated Press)'
} NEW YORlK, Oct. I-Rival managers
of the world 'series contenders, Miller
Huggins 'f the Yankeesand Rogers
'Hornsby of the Cardinals, joined to-
night In predicting a hard foght
battle for the championship.
Hornsby said: "I am very optimis-
~tlc. We have a well balanced club,(!
more so, in my opinion, than the1
Yankees. Without taking anythingI
from the strength of our opposition, I,
feel that we have an edge when all}
departments of play are taken into
cosideration. We are going in there
to "fight every step of the way. We'll
nzeed to because the Yankees are pow-
rful and we expect a close battle."
Huggins stated: "My team is in good
shape. n'm not picking the winner,
but if the Yal~kees play as they did
in iling uip their big lead last spring,
I won't have any complaint. If it
doesn't, why, that's another story. It
look for a hard-fought series.
'The probable lineup for tomorrow's
world series game:
SS.Louis: DouthIt cf, Southworth'
rf, Hornsby 2b, Bottomley lb Bell 3b,
Iiafey If, O'Farrell c, Thevenow ss,
Sherdel p.
New York: Combs cf, Koenig ss,
Ruth rt, Meusel If" Gobig lb, Lazzeri
" 2b, Dhigan 3b, Severeid c, Pennock P.
"Time of game, 1:30 p. i., E. T. Um-
pires, (George Hildebrandt, A~illiam
Deneen, American league; William
Klein and Henry O'Day, National lea-
gtie:
Annouicemut was made''by the in-
tramural office yesterday that entries
for the all-campus tennis tournament{{
were closed, and that the drawings for
*-the first round will appear in tomor-
row's Daily. All matches must be run
off as scheduled so as to complete the .
tourney before the cold weather sets
'in. First round matches must be con-
'pleted'by Saturday, Oct. 9.
According to an additional announce-
mnent made by Dr. May, the freshman
physical training groups will meet
for the first time on Monday, Oct. 11.
All freshmen are advised to classify
before that date, and also to have theI
necessary equipment and secure a
'focker.
From these groups will be chosen
the squads for special training, which
'dill begifn as soon as the instructors
and assistants are ready.
Siybsribe for The Michigan Daily.

I'
The Press Box
II______________ - - ______________________________________
Bly Wilton A. Simpson.
The Oklahoma Aggie team had a.
long workotit on Ferry field yesterday
after the skies cleared. Coach Maul-
betsch. said that the field was heavy,
but not wet enough for mud cleats.
The condition of the field may slow
up the passing gain' of both teams.
As thme Ag ies left Uie field one
of the players said shivering: "It
Is' so) col'.t up F('rCe eCaannot
'work up ea' sieat daring 21 drill."
Fryiiithat we ('oiiclude that
loeke~f is nio" a ima .Or sport at
Stiillrwate r.
J. Wyatt of Chicago will replaceI
Cochraute as umnpire of the game to-
day. Wyat t is, sales mnanager of the
A. G. Spald~ing Co. and each summer
delivers lectures to thie coaches in the
summetr session on the developmeilt+
in football equipment.
C uhe, (laina caaenni-will leave
Ann -Arbor Sun tday afternoon for
KalamazooI wrstay tho(1hy l' wll
thcen ctimue teirsay antey wstl
ward to play Iowa State at Aies.
Coach Mather wiil scout the Michi-
gamn 'State-]{alamazoo game at Lans-
J1ng. Next week the "Skipper" will
see Franklin Cappon's Kansas team
play George Little's Cardinals at Mad-
ison, 'Wisconsin.
Today's ganme ilil be the first
Michigan ganme John M1anlbetschi,
+Oklahoia Aggle coach, has seen
sincee lie played onl Yost's teaim in
1.;16. 3laulbets cli, who weighs
only 160 pounds, inad~e ail-Anieri-
cani in his 'last year of comupetition
for the Wolverines.
FJloodlights have been placed on
,Northwestern university's football
field, and a night shift of several hun-
dred men has been added to rush the
completion of the new Northwestern
stadium for the season opening Sat-
urday.
Subscribe for The Michigan Daily.

PRINCIPALS IN WORLD SERIES OPENING TODAOY
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TWO MOTHERS IN FINALS RUTH TO ADO ANOTHER
FOR, GOLF CHAMPIONSHIP', SERIES. RECORD TO LIST

(By Associated Press)
HAVNiRI'ORD, Pa., Oct. 1. - Two
mothers woni their way to the final
round of the national woman's golf
chamnpionship at Marion today for the
second "time in the 32 year history of
the event.
The victors were Mrs. G. Henry
Ste6tson of Philadelphia, *ho wvent 19
holes 'in a sensational finish to de-
feat 20 year 01(1 Virginia Wilson of
Chicago, conqueror of Glenna Collett
yesterday, and Mrs. Wright D. Goss,1
Jr., of Short Hills, N. J., who triump,-
cad over the champion of her home i
state, Mrs. Courtland Smith, 3 and 2.I
TICKET 1PREFERENCE
WILL END TONIGHT
Student preference for tickets
to all Michigan home games will
be discontinued at the offices of
the athletic association tonight,
according to an announcement
Imade by H-arry Tillotson, busi-
ness manager, yesterday.
I App~lications of the freshmen
will be given the same consider-
ation as those of the seniors
Iafter the closing hour.

When Babe' Ruth takes his place I
the opening game today he wvill break"-
his first world series record. Barring
sickness, Ruth will enter his seventh
world championship, while no other
player has played in 'more than six.
E9ddie Collins, J. Franklin Baker,
}Everett Scott, and Wally Schanig were
tied with Ruth up to this year at sip;.
IIparticipations in the base ball classic.
Ruth played in three world series . iea'ebro h otnRe
S ox and since that time he has played
in three under the colors of the New
York Yankees.
if the Bambino Is -at his best, other,
records may be expected to fall. If
one record is to be broken, he will
have to score more than eight runs ,
during the. serie, for lie is tied with.
Tommy Leach for' the miost runs scor-.
ed in a single series at eight.
With Goose Goslin and Joe HarriR. '
Ruth holds the record for home runs
in one series, three, and with Hooro teRd oad af .o h
Giants for two. homers in "one gamea .
Ruth smashed out his' circuit blow's
in succ~essive innings, Oct. 11, 1923.
ISub scribe for The Miclhigan Daily. ,

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The Yankee Stadiumi,
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New York., Manager Hornsby of
Ruth in a striking pose.

the Cardlina~s, left; Manager Humggins of

the Yaakees,

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