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of Captain Bixler at ruilback and
(By Associated Press) Meredith at quarter, both three
NEW YORK, Oct. 4.-For once in year veterans, and two lettermen,.
itsa baseball life, New York became Glenwright and Emerson, at the
a "home team" town yesterday as halves, will give the Alliance team'
the embattled Yankees pluggeda fast running and passing attack,
the luggd Icoupled with line plunging power.
crevices in their Harlem river cita- The tentative starting line, as
del- against an expected onslaught announced yesterday by Coach
by the St. Louis Cardinals. Father Courtwright, will have Smith andj
Knickerbocker was in the first Carter at the end positions, Berg-
stage of his fifteenth modern world man and Williams at tackles, Mor-
series, but it might well have been gan and Sullo at guards, and Sher-
mistaken for his first, with 75,000 wood at center. Kerr, Brown, Pat-
fans marching upon the Ruppertton and Bauer are expected to get
stadium eager to yell the home for- their chances in the line during
ces on to victory. I the game.
Indications of Indian summer ,The backfield will be composed
sunshine fired the baseball spirit of Dahlem, quarterback, McBride
as it had not been fired for years and Geistert, halves, and Hughes,
past in this vicinity. The, ominous fullback. In addition to the first
shadow of Wee Willie Sherdel, he quartet, Totzke, who appears the
of the left-handed magic, remain- class of the kickers on the strength
ed acros the path of the Yankeees of his work in the scrimmage yes-
but New York fans were willing to terday, Whittle, Lytle and Bieden-,
string along with Waite Hoyt-and 'weig will probably see action
the sort of fight with which the against the Alliance squad. Avery,
Hugmen pulled themselves along a recent transfer ;from, the "A"
to the American league pennant by squad, may be used at either a
their very bootstraps. backfield or an end position dur-
The Cardinals still were favored ng part of the game.
to take the series, but word had Besides the above named play-
spread over the city of the gay ers Cooke, Gitman, Hager, Moyer,
capers Yankee cripples cut at the Schurrer and Widmann will make
stadium yesterday when the sun- the trip. A short signal practice
shine finally appeared and really will be held at 3:00 o'clock this
gave them a chance. !afternoon.

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LOST
LOST-A Log Log Duplex slide
rule in Carter's Lunch. Call 8877
C. W. Schurrer. 9-10-11
LOST-Or stolen, large white Col-
lie dog. Reward for information
.leading to his return. Call 21517.
11,12,13
LOST--A brown wallet Wednesday
noon. George R. Britton. 337 E.
William. Phone 5671. Reward.
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11,12
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other girls. Two minutes from
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FOR RENTTwo large double
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nurses or business girls. Steam
heat, also garage. Dial 8544.
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have ever offered.

Shape - holding workman-
ship and long-wearing new

fall woolens:

worsteds,

chevoits, and tweeds. New
fall shades of blue and grey.

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Colors and Patterns,
There is a variety in Worsted-tex to please
every taste in every shade. There are blues,
greys, browns, oxfords, herringbones, stripes,
diamond weaves and mixtures.
Single-breasted (2 or 3 button) or double.
breasted. Sizes 34- to 50, including regulars,
stouts, shorts, longs, short stouts, extra shorts,

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long stouts and slims.
The new Fall patterns are here.

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f a FOR RENT-Nice room, 521 Mon-
roe St. Newly furnished 9-10-1-
FOR RENT--Attractive warm sun-
ny, first floor apartment, near
campus. Three large rooms fur-
nished or unfurnished. Garagre
ifdesired. Phone 4988. 9-10-11
FOR RENT-Three room furnished
apartment for housekeeping.
First floor. 119 N. Thayer. Phone
21825. . 9-10-11
FOR RENT-Large double room.
Will rent as single or double. Also
vacancy for one man on second
flcor; Phone 22352. 425 So. Divi-
sion. Mrs. Osborn. 10,11,12
FOR RENT-Single room, steam
heat, continous hot water, 311
Thompson. Two blocks. from
Campus. 9-10-11
TWO ROOM SUITE -Well fur-
nished for two, no other students
in the house, 513 Thompson St.
Dial 7958. 11;12,13,14,15,16
FOR SALE
FOR SALE-New banjo, Gibson
make, also case. Both new. 1024
Lincoln. Dial 4561. 10, 11, 12
FOR SALE-Piano; good condition.
Call 6013. 10, 11, 12, 13
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and board. Phone 21588.
11,12,13,14,15
WANTED-Experienced radio men
able to repair all makes. Full or
part time. Wedemeyer. Phone
3694. 11
WANTED-Three students to sell
sandwiches on percentage basis
for Ohio Wesleyan game. Apply
Lenas Diner, 210 So. Fifth Ave.
11
SENIOR Wants to Take Care of
children afternoons or evenings.
Call 8156. 10, 11
NOTICE-H. W. Clark _Shoe Fac-
tory, corner of South University
and Forest. Let us' save you 20
percent on your repair work.
Only one shoe factory in town.
Riding boots from $10 up; golf
shoes from $8 up; moccasins in
ten different leather styles, $6.
All kinds of shoes made to your
measure. c
WANTED-A girl to work for room
and board, caring for child after-
noons. Call 4731 morning or eve-
heat; always hot water. 311
WANTED-Assistant manager for
dining room. Hours to work: 12
to 1, 5:30 to 7. Apply with the
following requirements: Must
work 7 days a week and also on
vacations. Appear in person at
the Allenel Hotel, Saturday be-
tween 7 and 8 p. m. Signed:
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MISCELLANEOUS
GIRLS-Attention! - Finger wave,
75c; Shampoo, 50c; Marcel, 75c.
Raggedy Ann Beauty Shop. 1110
So. University. Phone 7561. 11
DINNER Served Every Evening
from six to seven. Good southern
cooking. Only 65c. Sunday 75c.
At 1001 ForrestAve. 11,12,13

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