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CONFERENCE STANDINGS

Won
Illinois . . . .... .
Chicago .......,.... 8
Northwestern ,..,G
Michigan ...... 5
Wisconsin ..........4
fluo State .. ....3
Indiana .. . ... .3
Minnesota .1
Purdue .. . 0
Iowa . , ..0

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GREETED

SMICHIQANDERSLEAP INDEPENDE NTS
B3Y LARGE MWARGIN TO TAK TTLE

Champions Lead in Two Sports;.
IManager, Players and Team
I to0 Be Awarded.

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App icciate Ten's Plack
Wining Title ini Face
of Big Handiczp s.

Wolverines Will Visit India
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the (,p5 f ui lfu 7I','u I)uI) '
nd BLOOMILNGTON, Id., May 27.-.
001o M ichigan has signed to meet In-
,er- diana uive~rsity in football season
after next as a res'ult of negotia-
is Lions last week i Chicago. The
'nt. game is scheduled for N1ov. 5, 1932,
1v Ia'nl wl aktefrtvsto hs chigan football teamh to the In-
m- liana campus.
ot All of the 1932 conference ,football
games were arranjged and announe-
Sp-edl today by Z. G. Clevenger, direc-
Sotrof athletcs. The other 1932 Big
ndTe~i home gam~es will be with Iowa
Oct. 15 in Memorial stadium. Games
Iaway will find the Scrapplin' Hoos-
al- iers performing Oct. 8 at Ohio State,
'he Oct. 22 at Chicago, and Nov. 19
- with Purdue at Lafayette. None of
the other games will be scheduled
afor some time, it was said.
- The 1931 card is as follows: Sept.
1e 26-Ohio university, here; Oct. 3-
~'Notre Dame, here; Oct. 10-open;
'-Oct. 17-Iowa, there; Oct. 24--Chi-
cago, there; Oct. 31-Ohio State
is (Homecoming), here; Nov. 7-
Michigan, there; Nov. 14-North-
-western, there; and Nov. 21-Pur-
rsdue, here.

1 (peial to lhe Dily)
SMADISON, 14isA, My 27.-Tomx
Jones, the veteran Wiscons i rack
coach, led a proud and joyftii group
of athletes fromt the train lire on
Saturday night to be, greeted by
several hundred jubilant rooters,
waiting for their arri,.Tl to cele-
brate Wisconsin's stunning victory
! n the Big; Ten title mtee t at Evans-
ton1.
Equally gratiiyig was the wvay
the plucky Badgers ca~nethrough,
in the face of handica-ps. Before th~e
meet it was felt that Coach Jones'
stars would have to take the-440,
mile, two-mile, shot, discus and the
hammer in order to have even an'
outside chance for the champion-
ship. When Captain Bill Henke
failed to qu.alify for the 440 and
Behr was short of 49 feet in the.
shot Friday, it seemed beyond the
range of possibilities for their mates
to make up the needed points.
Field Events Bring Victory.
But these setbacks only served tol
key Coach Jones' lads who crashed
through with 46 points in the finals
to win handily fr om Illinois with
39 5-6, while Michigan, topheavy
favorite, finished in third place,f
with 38 1-3.

By -Charkes Saniford
I-M Sports Editor.
Although they were already in
the lead by a few points, the Mich-
iganders by virtue of whinning the
j indeipenidf- t soft baseball chai-
I asebalScores
AW14CAN LEAGUE
R iE
R ;'i rst am.
DTROITR .. 000 030 001 4 6 21
Cicago .. 010 000 004 5 9 0
Whitehill, Herring and Schang;
Frasier, McKain and Grube.
Second Gaine.
DETROIT .. 100 000 000 1 53j
Chicago ... 050 200 21x 10 17 01,
Hoyt, Wyatt, and Hayworth; Car-
away and Grube.
St. Louis . ,. 200 110 000 4 80
Cleveland . 010 000 004 5 12 1
Gray, Kimsey and R. Ferrel; W.,
Ferrel and Myatt.
New York . . 020 110 000 5 12 0
Philadelphia 201 100 02x 6 11 1]
Pipgras, Sherid, s Weinert, and
Dickey; Earnshaw and Cochrane.

pion;shi:p yesterday al1:o)Carrt1;d
away the all-year honors in theC
Inldependent com-petition sponsor ed
by the Intramural Department.
A total of 25 teams took part inj
the six sports on the calendar for
thie year, including: Volley Bali,
Basketball, ,Bowling, Track, Relays,
and Ba is: all. In these sports the
champions amassed 537 points,
standing well out ahead of the next
nearest team, the Actuaries who
had a total of .348. Third place wa,s
still further removed, Fletchier Hall
with 201 points.
On their mar'ch to victory the
Michiganders won the titles in two
of the above sports, namely, Track
and Baseball. The Shamrocks also
took a pair of crowns, winning_ the
Relays and the Bowling meets. The
other two events went as follows :
Volley Ball to the : hinese Students,
fifth place team; and :Basketball
to the Lawyers, who ended up as
fourth team in the final standings.
jJay Bouwman has been the man-
ager in charge of the winning team
and he will receive a trophy cup
for his good work. Each member oif
the championship team will receive
a gold medal that has been espe-
cially inade up for the occasion. In
addition the team picture will be
placed on the trophy shield in 'the
lobby of the Intramural Building.
The Michiganders finished sixth
last year,. the Buckeyes winning the
trophy with 492 points, so their rise
to fame this year speaks well for
both the manager and each mem-' e ftenwta.Arpae
effort will be made next year for
another award, according to the
announcement of the team man-
ager, which puts some interest in-
to the race already.
This marks the end of the second
year of a definite independent team
program on the Intramural sports
calendaxr and. next year the pro-
gram will be considerably enlarged
to include more non-fraternity men
on the campus, according to offs-
cial announcement. It is under-
stood' that many of the teams of
the present year will be represented
in this improved program of sports.
The first ten teams ended 'as

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score of 305 and 1,257 respec-
will even be closely approach-
tries of the nine teams are as
Ns :
nois-Martin, Lyon, C iso w e,
)n, Alpert, C~oleman, Ren~wick,
Smock.

Already the Cardinal fans are
figuring on next year when Coach First Game.1I
Jones will still have George W<right, Washington. 103 200 500. 11 11 0
record breakting two-miler, Larry Boston....000 (0 0 030 3 9 5
Kirk, second in the mile, Ted Shaaw, B-iwn and Bolton; Lisenbee,
tied for first in the high jump, Erillheart, Kline and Ruel.
Greg Kabat, winner of the discus,-
Ralphi Lovshin in the, vault, Paul Second Game
Corp, who tied for fourth in the Washington. 100 030 000 4 8 1
high jump, and Doug Simnmons,; Boston....010'020 000 3 8 4
fourth in the discus. Fischer, :Burke, and Spencer; Mor-
Behtr Lost For Next Year. ris, Moore and Berry.
Of this year's scorers he will lose -
Cortright, fourth in the two-mile, NATIONAL LEAGUE
Davidson, second in the 440, Behr, R A E
second in the shot and fifth .in the Chicago ... 011 102 111 8 11 3
discus, Goldsworthy, fifth in the Cincinnati .. 000 110 020 4 11 0
mile, and Frisch, second in the Bush and Hartnett; Mysong, Stre-
hammer. luek, Kolp and Asby.
For the first time in many years,! ---
'Wisconsin will have a dual meet Boston....201 010 000 4 10 1
after the championship event, aNeYok.0110"1x 721
meet being scheduled with MirNew ok. 1 10Ox 71
sota at Minneapolis Saturday. Siebold, McAffee, Cronin and
Spohrer; Berly, Heving, and Hogan..

In the a use of Thrift--
Hterel's Our Contribui
The Greatest Value .in 'Suits adTpc
Since 1921, Offered by

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e-Kepler, Florio, Wil-
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Wisconsin-S t e w a r t, Reierson:.
Page, Stock, and Murphy.
Purdue-Bassett, Young, Muesing,
Dinka, and Rousseau.
Minnesota-F o wle r, B o hm er
Bloom, Bolzdi, Larson , Mason,
Claggett, Nelson, Petfrson,
Northwestern-R o g e r s, Dainaske,
Fredericks, Wilson, Scouller, Liet-
1zow and Casper.
I Iidi a-Talbot, Cox, Greenwood,
Harrell.
Chicago-Bohnen, Fraider, Baker,
Crosscurth, Klein, Littell, Prest.
M~ihigan--Royston, Lenfesty, How-
1ard, Livingston, Tolley, Hand, Sher-
wood, and Hobart.II

follows:
Michiganders..........
Actuaries ...............
Fletcher HAll ...........

35 men will
.n the meet.
d, consider-
ains to be
eases, the
the exact
tive teams.
ourse is in
e meet. A
as been at,

HARD FO~'R S RI4NU YIG*IT1
MNTx 'Sch-inelingworld heavy-
weigat champion, will get down toj
,eal training for his bout with W. L.
(Young) Stribling at Cleveland,
July 3, his trainers said today.
Schmieling arrived here more than
a week ago and since has been tak-;
ing it easy.

JPittsburgh. 000 002 101
St. Louis ... 000 000 000
Aline and Phillips;
{ Lindsey, and Manicuso.

4 10 1
08 1
Johnson,

Lawyers.................
Chinese Students .........
Shamrocks.... ........
Has Beens.......
Breweizs........... ......
Pilots................,.
St. John's........... ... .

537
348
201
191
150
150
144
137
125
120

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JIARRIDGE ENTERS BASEBALL
AS JOHINSON'S SE~CRETARY
(Continued from Page 6)
son's health failed him. He was
away much of the time but the
affairs of the league contipued
smoothly under Harridge's gui _d-
ance. When the late Ernest Sargent
Barnard succeeded Johnson -as.
president, Harridge was elected sec-
retary and his powers expanded.
Then, when Mr. Barnard' died, Har-
ridge assumed the duties of. office.
Frank J. Navin, of Detroit, was act-
ing president, but he entrusted the
work to Harridge.
H~arridge, tall; slender and quiet,'
is a, man without hobbies. You
might call baseball a hobby, but
with himt it has always been a,
business.'

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