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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY, OCTOER 5, 1926'1

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Y KS D CftII CUB CASTOFF HURLS CARDINALS
TO VICTORY IN WORLD'S SERIES
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St, Louis Hold Wild Celebration A41
Cardinals Arrive With Series
Tied
SOUTHPAWSMAY PITCH
(By Associated Press)
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 4.-The invading
Yanks, champions of the American
league, rode into St. Louis this after-
noon on a special train on the New
York Central, making a record run
of 1,158 miles from New York in 231
1-2 hours.
Officials of the New York Central
say that this beats the best previous
record by 15 minutes.'
All along the route during the day-
light ride through Ohio, Indiana, and
Illinois, crowds gathered at the var-
ious stations to catch a fleeting
glimpse of the Yankees as they sped
west. At Unionvi4le, Ind., where the
train made one of its infrequent stops,
a crowd of 3,0 gathered at the sta-
tion to see "Babe" Ruth and his mates
and they would not be appeased until
the Bambino made his appearance at
the car window.
"It looks like Dutch Reuther for the
Yanks pitcher tomorrow,"r said Miller
Huggins, the New YorkdManager, "and
Waite Royt, the next day."
"We will have the same lineup that
had appeared in the other gives."
The Yankees expected to face Ar-
thur Reinhart, a southpaw, as they
agreed that the strategy seemed to
call for a left hander to keep the Yanks
from hitting the ball into the short
right field stands. With Reuther and
Reinhart hurling tomorrow, another
duel of southpaws was in prospect.

ichigan Will
Play Inverness
Golfers Today
Headed by Parold Webber, former
Ohio golf champion, eight members
of the Inverness Country club of To-
ledo, 0., will engage a picke-i team of
Michigan golfers this afternoon over
the difficult Barton Hills course.
Coach Carlton F. Wells, Fred Clov-
er, Varsity golf captain, David Ward,
state amateur champion, Ralph Cole
and Addison Connor, members of last
year's Varsity golf team, John Ber-
gerlin, and Al Vyse will probably
compose the Michigan team.
Play will begin after luncheon at
the Barton Hills club house. There
will Ibe both individual and low-ball
foursome matches and the results of
the play will be determined on points.
The all-campus golf tournament
will start tomorrow over the Ann Ar-1
bor Golf club course. Withea few ex-
ceptions the contestants for campus
honors will be the 11 low men in the
tournament helf by the Ann Arborl
Golf club last week. The tournamentl
will consist of 18-hole match play
with the first matches being finished
by Friday night.
Most coaches are aiming for well
balanced teams in preparing for the
early struggles of the present season..
In late yars the tendency has been
to rely less upon single stars, and to
strive instead to put abalanced aggre-
gation on the field of play.
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ON THE S
By Wilton A. Simpson
Tickets for the Michigan State foot-
ball game to be played on Ferry field
Saturday are now in the mails. Stu-
dents who do not receive their tickets.
before Friday morning will have cause
to be alarmed,-but not before then.
l From present indications, there. will
be more than 30,000 persons inthe
stands Saturday.

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IDELINES
tfle men in blocking for a week, they
will block unconsciously by first na-
ture.
All the Michigan stars had a
Long workout before the camera
yesterday. Yost and Friedman had
one of those "father and son"
type of pictures taken. Ooster-
baan posed for ten minutes and
then playfully threw tie ball at
the camera, throwing the stand
which held it for a ten yard loss.
I MANAGERIAL TRYOUTS
All sophomores or second se-{
f ( mester freshmen wishing to try
out for football manager please
report at the field house at 3
o'clock any afternoon.
John Denton, Manager.{

FABER PITCHES WHITE SOX
TO V EOkY IN CITY SERIES
(r Associated Press)
CHICAGO, Oct 4.-The White Sox
defeated the Cubs, 3 to 1, today In the..
ifth game of the city series, making
a lead of three games to two. The
veteran "Red" Faber started for the
Sox but was replaced in the sixth
inning by Connally.
Root, Cub right hander, who defeat-
ed the Sox in' the 'opening contest,
went the whole route.

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Louis Gilbert, who hurt his
foot while blocking a pass in
Thursday's practice, is floatlng
around a pair of crutches. It is
not likely that he will play in the
Michigan State game. Fortunately
it was his left foot that was in-
jured, assuring MiclogAn a good'
punter for the game of all games
-Minnesota.
Ray Baer is still incapacitated by
his injured shoulder, abut it is ex-
pected that he will be ready to, play
within the course of a week's time.
In yesterday's workout het; pribticed
blocking with his usual aggressivieness
ad did not seem to be seriously han-
dicapped by his injury.?
This man Greenwald, who made
such an auspicious showing in his
first appearance with the Varsity,
hails from Marshall high school
of Chicago. His nickname is
"Cuckoo"-"Cuck" for short. In
a play production class back in
his high school days, he played In
a part which called for constant
mention of the line, "I am cuckoo."
That is the derivation of that
unique name, "Cuck."

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FRESHMAN GYM CLASSES
All freshman groups will be-
gin the required physical train-
ing practice for men on Monday.
Oct. 11. Freshmen who have not
already classified should do so
immediately at Waterman gym-
nasium, and arrange for lock-
ere and the necessary equipment.
DR. GEORGE A MAY.

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ST. LOUIS, Oct. 4.-All the baseball
pride that has been swelling in the St.
Louis heart for 38 years, burst forth
in a glorious reception late this aft-
ernoon when a crowd of upwards of
10'",000 jammed the railroad yards and
the streets to welcome home Rogers
Hornsby .and the Cardinal players.
The demonstration probably was the
greatest ever displayed with the ex-
ception of that of the Armistice cele-
bration. The Cardinals. came home to
a'"howling crowd of fans eager to
catch the first glimpse of the players
who had captured the National league
pennant and evened up the World's
series.
The demonstration was music to
the Cardinals, a jazz symphony of
bombs, whistles, horns, bells and
plain ordinary yelling.
When the parade reached the Jef-
ferson hotel, the players were smug-
gled to their homes to escape excit-
ing supporters and get rested up for
tomorrow when they meet the Yankees
in the third game of the series.
The Red Sox have the best world's
series record by a considerable mar-
gin. The Boston club has particip-
ated in five of the annual classics and

Pete Alexander, 39 year old youngster who canie to the St. Louis Car-
dinals from the Chicago Cubs by the waiver route in midseason, and who
was- suclra big factor in the Cardinals' final spurt to the Natidnal league
pennant, was complete master of the Yankees in the second game of the
World's series Sunday in New York. He allowed the, Yanks only four
nil v, holding their so-called murderer's row" absolutely helpless in the last
six innings. Aleck's appearance Sunday was his firstabne in the big classic
since 1915 when the Phillies won the National league gonfalon.

NOTICE
Subscribers of The Daily who
fail to receive issues are request-
ed to notify the circulation de-
partment, at 1Ihe Daily offices In
the Press building on Maynard
street. The telephone number
is 21214.

Yesterday's practice session *as a
repetition of the program used two
weeks ago. After the poor showing
of the men Saturday, Yost and Wieman
feel that the squad needs a review in
charging, blocking and the rest of the
fundamentals. When Wieman schools

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All first round singles and doubles
matches in the all-campus tennis tour-
nament must be played off by Satur-
day night of this week. The second
round must be completed by Thursday
night, October 14. A list of the pair-
ings is posted on the bulletin board
at the intramural office.
All second semester freshmen and
sophomores desiring to try out for
intramural managerships are re-
quested to report to the intramural
office from 3 to 5 any afternoon this
weel.
Those who are interested in offi-
ciating at speed-ball games are asked

WASHINGTON GRIDMEN LOSE
TO AMES IN OPENING GAME
(By Associated Press)
ST. LOUIS, Oct. 4.-Flashing a
strong offense, Ames defeated Wash-
ington university in their first Mis-
souri Valley conference clash here to-
day, 6 to 0, on a soggy field. Washing-
'ton was on the defensive during the
entire last half. The lone touchdown
was made in the second period when
'Weiss slipped over the goal line on a
trick touchback formation through
left tackle fro mthe 22 yard line.
After two years service as coach of
soccer, wrestling and lacrosse at
Pennsylvania State college, Ralph G.
Leonard has resigned to become head
of the physical education work at
Michigan State college.
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