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THE -MICHIGAN DAILY SATURDAY,OC'

Fans

Will Watch

Grid tles

In Midwest

Will Direct Attack Against Michigan

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Rumors Again
Center AroundI
Rutlh As Pilot'
Possibility Of His Going
To Philadelphia Deniedj
By A's Vice-President
NEW YORK, Oct. 26.-- (PI - Babe
Ruth's uncertain status with the New
York Yankees apparently is going to
furnish the "hot stove" league with it:
principal item of conservation thif
winter.
Since the Babe made his famour
pronouncement at Detroit during the
World Series that he would not remiin
with the Yankees simply as a pinch-
hitter, rumors have come thick anc
fast, connecting his name with various
managerial berths.
The latest one, widely circula&ed
yesterday, said that Ruth would suc-I
ceed Connie Mack as manager of the
Philadelphia Athletics next seas-1
Just what basis in fact, if any this
yarn might have still was to be learnec
today for the story came when the
two principals, Mack and Ruth, wer1
on shipboard halfway out on the Pa-
cific, on their way to Japan for a base-
ball barnstorming tour.
Rumor Is Denied
Even so there were plenty of denialsr
Ed Barrow, business manager of th 1
Yankees, said that so far as he knev:
there was no truth to the story.
"One thing is sure," he went on.t
"Ruth is still on the reserve list ofi
the Yankees and no request has been
made to us for his release or his
transfer to another club."
"All bunk," said John Shibe, vice,
president of the Athletics.1
"You know the New York writers
have been trying to find a job for
Ruth for years. There's apparently
none open so they decided to make
him manager of the Athletics."
DANCE at
GRANGER'S H
TONIGHT
GALE HIBBARD and His
12-PIECE BAND
Men 40c Ladies 25c I

What Now, Babe?

FOUR COLLEGE ELEVENS TO SEF MIChIGAN AND ILLINOIS
Among the guest.; to e the Mihian-Ill nois battle Saturday will
be a governor, four ex-govetnors, four college football teams.a profes-
sional team and eight or more high school teams.
The DetrcitLIon, heirs-apparent to footballs mightiest crown,
will repreaent prcssicnal football. College root ball will be represented
in the stand: by the Univnrsity of Detroit. Michiean State, Alma and
Michigan Normal scihads. i sh school teams. mostly from outstate,
are to mak thu asemblage even mae reprs ntative of football.

BABE RUTH
Mack's son, Cornelius McGillicuddy,
Jr., said "father has no intention of
retiring and I can assure you that
he will not retire before the next'
season."
What really led to the rumor, evi-
dently, was the fact that Ruth was
named field leader of Mack's barn-
storming team in the Orient. The NewIV
York Daily News, which printed the
story, said Mack, who will be 72 in
December, would announce his re-
tirement upon his return to this
country in January, and that Ruth;
then would be named manager.

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BY MICHIGAN
STUDENTS
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-Associated Press Photo
Jack Beynon, co-cantain and quarterback of the 'Fighting Illini'
from Champaign, will be the brains behind the attack of the Illinois
team when it takes the field against Michigan at the Stadium thisi
afternoon.
Besides being the master of the attack, Beynon is invariably the key
man in the intricate pass plays that Coach Bob Zuppke will use today
in the hope of thoroughly subduing Kipke's young eleven.

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WE'RE HE RE TO SE RVE YOU-
Eveqnting You Coul Want n ADrugSore .

Ann Arbor Faces
Battle Creek Today
The Ann Abor High School football
team will be seeking its sixth con-
secutive victory of the season at 10:30
a.m. today when it meets the Bear-
cats of Battle Creek at Wines Field.
Victory will lift the Purple and
White into tie with Lansing Eastern
for leadership in the 5-A league. Al-
though Kurtz and Johnson, both
stars, are suffering minor injuries,
both will be able to play.
With a strong line, a fast back-
field, and an effective passing attack,
Ann Arbor will be favored to win.
Wayne, Ypsilanti Central, Saginaw
Eastern, Monroe, and Lansing Cen-
tral have already fallen this year.
CARNERA GOING SOUTH
SAN JUAN, P. R., Oct. 26.- RP) -
Primo Carnera, en route by airplane
to begin a South American fistic cam-
paign, today stretched his legs here for
30 minutes between planes.

SWEET HARMONY
St. Mary's Gaels nave sweet har-
mony. Three full-fledged crooners
are on the varsity squad. They are
Herman Meister, tackle; Ed Erdelatz,
end, and Martin Kordick, guard.

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After the
Game
Visit the

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CLUB MANHIqTTfN
"DETROIT'S ONLY DOWNTOWN RENDEZVOUS"
ALL-STAR FLOOR SHOW
with
LARRY VINCENT as MASTER OF CEREMONIES
DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF CY GOODREAU
AND HIS MANHATTANS

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TO LOOK. YOUR BEST
FOR THIS WEEK-END

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LOTION
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BLADES
25 Blades for
59c
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LISTERINE
Large Bottle
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Opposite Engineering Arch

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THE
MICHIGAN UNION
DINING ROOM
Open Tonight 5:30 to 8:00
DINNER $1.00
Choice of One
Fruit Cocktail Old Fashioned Oyster Soup
Hot Chicken Bouillon Chilled Tomato Juice
Celery . Mixed Olives Pickles
Broiled White Fish, Maitre D'Hotel
Roast Turkey, Nut Dressing, Cranberry Sauce
Grilled English Lamb Chop, Pineapple Glace
Broiled T-Bone Seak, Fine Herbs Sauce
Candied Yams or French Fried Potatoes
Cauliflower au Gratin or Baked Pepper Squash
Vegetable Aspic Salad, Sweet Dressing

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ASH BAGS
hile They Last,!
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* Your Sport Tops take a beating on
these blustery football days and require
that "snap back to normal" process.
Our plant gives the proper attention
that heavy tweeds and woolens must
have. Send them for a real-

Half-Pound Nestle's,
Hershey's, and Peter's
Milk
Chocolate Bars
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25c McKesson Milk of Magnesia
Tooth Paste ............. 2 for 33c
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After the game drop in for a look at our
wise selection of Men's Haberdashery.

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50 P.D.
oliver Oil

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