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THE MiCHIGANIYAILY

~TJ~IN1DAY, MA~ 5, ~

JAPANESE BALL TEAM STRIKE OF HORSE CLUBS U4INEGRID SESSIONS EE -
OWNERS WILL ENDENDTHISGRD SESWEE
(Iy Associated Press) J Candidates for spring football
,,,T PLY V SITAURORA, Ill., May 3.-The horse- will be HS
men's strike, which has delayed gin a series of scrimmages
Meiji University Comes Here For the opening of Chicago's racing Eastern teams met western teams tomorrow in the concluding week;
Two-Game Series On Monday season at Aurora track for three yesterday in the first intersectional of practice. Coach Tad Wieman
And Tuesday days, neared termination today. clashes between the major league will divide the squad into teams,
.--._ It was virtually certain the track ball clubs, with the balance strong- although it is probable that the
M'FE T UR MNDYtrikers running their horses. the New York Yankees in tli- Am-
M'AEETO UR MODAotersu"nintomorrowwith the yfaor theeserners Onypersonnel of the various elevens
Although no compromise has1 erican league, and the Bos cn will be changed during the course
Baseball with an international been reached, the strikers believe Braves in the National, were able of the week.
flavor will be on display at Ferry they have found a legal method to to wrest decisions.from the western Inclement weather hampered thej
field tomorrow and Tuesday when collect one per cent of all clubs drills last week altho
uieiyb.ta fo moneys for the upkeep of their or- i American League , h e
the Meiji umversity ball team from ganization, the Thoroughbred Horse Detroit 2; Boston 1. scrimage sessions were held. The
Japan will play the Michigan nine, association. Cleveland '4; Washington 3. coaches will select one of the can-1
weather permitting. With three Their plan calls for each horse- New York 11; Chicago 9. didates to receive the Chicago.
games scheduled for the past week man desiring to contribute to the Philadelphia-St. Louis-Rain. alumni trophy as a climax to the
Wol_ association to present track offi- National League spring practice. Their choice will
rained off the schedule, the Wocials a written assignment of the Chicago 16-9; Philadelphia 0-7. ibe based upon the improvement
purse portion he desires, to go to St. Louis 10; New York 7. (10 and attitude shown by the various;
tilts early in the week to put them the organization innings.) players.

YANKEE HITS 2 HOMERS I BARNARD SELECTS TENNIS TEAS TO PLAY
o MACK ATHLETICS

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{(11v Associated Press)IN AA HEE M NA
CHICAGO, May 3.-After a swing1
around the circuit President E. S.
Barnard is more convinced than Rain And High Winds Of Last Week
ever that the Yankees have a real Hinders The Development Of
fight on their hands in the Amer- Varsity Play
ican league pennant race this
season. WOLVES ARE UNBEATEN
"Just keep your eyes on Phila-E
delphia," Barnard hinted. "They
are going to surprise everybody. Michigan's Varsity netmen will
They are dangerous from the top match strokes with Indiana tomor-
of the batting order down to the row afternoon on the Ferry Field
eighth man, and I believe they courts. With a pair of wins al-
have shaken off their old jinx of ready chalked up in their favor the
failing in the pinch. Wolves are rated as one of the
"The Yankees so far have shown strongest dual meet combinations
they do not have the steadiness of in the Conference.
recent campaigns. This is indicat- While the strength of the India-
ed by their record of this spring na racket wielders is not known it
as compared to last." is expected that the matches will

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sa frtersmioofBdCincinnati 7; Brooklyn 0.
.n shape fo h esumption of Bigh
Ten laynext,_stui~ay.Boston 5; Pittsburgh 3.
STnpanet auda.A p f JO 1Ii5 Aslgn match between the ,torg ..,.Recor
Big Bill McAfee, who has been- * _
waiting to get a chance to pitch!T nrmy Ne York Yankees and the Cli For 1,000 Yard Swim Lou Gehrig
ever since the Syracuse defeat, will - the day. In this game which New New York Yankee initial sacker,
be the mound choice of Coach (By AssciaUw Vess) York won, five home runs were hit. LOS ANGELES, May 4.-Arne who led in the heavy shelling on
Pl isher in the Monday game with WASHINGTON, May 4.---Menbers Lou Gehrig, Babe Ruth, and Bob Borg, distance swimmer, broke his the part of the'Gotham sluggers on
Asbeck and Montague sharing the Iof the board of visitors who have: Meusel hit homers in succession in own world's record for the 1,000- the White Sox hurlers, Faber, Mc-
hurling duties on Tuesday. just inspected Annapolis Naval the seventh inning, wyhile Gehrig yard swim last night by stroking lKain, and Dugan in yesterday';
The Japanese team left Seattle academy are strongly in favor of also got another in the second. the distance in 11 minutes 47 sec 11-9 win over the Windy City en
on May 1 and Ann Arbor will be its refusal to play West Point il Chalme'r Cissell of Chiciago also hit, onds. His previous mark, 17 mnw- tries. The former Coluimbia star
the first stopping place. The line- football until the military afcadei'y lor the circuit. utes, 16 4-5 seconds, wasar t i acounted for a brace of 1 ihVn'
up of the visitors has not yet been conforms to the three-year rule for, Detroit opened its Cast-west : 1924. Borg was paced by a team 'ns.1..
earned and nothing is known of~ athletics in use by most of thel Continued On Page Seven) of seven swimriers-
their record on the Pacific coast. larger universities and colleges. ----- ----___ ______ TTICKT1 x It rm

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All fraternity tennis matches
which were scheduled for last
Thursday and Friday will have to
be played off by Tuesday at the
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team did not look any too powerful
in the match with Drake last Mon-
day and with a week of outdoor
play impossible because of rain
and high winds should not be in
the best of condition for the en-
counter with,the Hoosiers.

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