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Guy Bush, pitching a 6 to 4 vic-
tory over Philadelphia on Wednes-
day, gave Chicago its twenty-first
win of the season.
ZETA PSI, DELTS
WIN BALL GAMES
Four indoor baseball games were
played yesterday afternoon. Two of
these were in the fraternity league
while the other pair of games were
in the independent division.
In one, of the play-off games, the
quarter final round Delta Tau
Delta outlasted Phi Sigma Kappa
to win 12 to 10. As the score indi-
cates the game was a slugfest. :±n
the other contest Szekely hurled a
nice contest to shut out Phi Epsilon
Pi by a 6 to 0 score. Szekely pitched
for Zeta Psi.
The Darlkhorses also cashed in on
good pitching, defeating the Acorns
6 to 2 in an independent league
game. In the other game played
the Physical Education team hit
effectively in the pinches to defeat,
the D.D. squad whose late rally was
of no avail.

HtRDi TOP LAEI
New York Loses Double Header
to Solons; Hols Lead
by Three Points.
Washington put up a strong bid
to reach first place in the American
League yesterday afternoon by win-j
ning both halves of a double head-
er from the pace-setting New Yo1k
Yankees. Crowder and Marberry
pitched against four Yank hurlers
to annex the first game 8 to 6, the
battle lasting ten innings. The
Solons came from behind to cap-
ture the second contest 12 to 7.
Jimmy Foxx batted out his elev-
enth home run of the Neason to
give the Philadelphia Athletics a 4
to 2 victory over theBoston Red
Sox in the only other game played
in the American League. Mahaffey
yielded eleyen hits but kept them'
well scattered.
In the senior loop Brooklyn lost
a hard fought game to the Pits-
burgh club 3 to 2 when the Bucs
rose in the eighth inning and slam-
med out two runs. Chicago defeat-
ed Cincinnati 4 to 3 on Stephenson's
hit in the twelfth.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
Washington 002 020 002 2-8 1 2
New York 200 001 012 0-6 12 1
Crowder, Marberry and Spencer,
Berg, Maple; Pipgras, Gomez, Wells,
W. Brown and Dickey.
Second Game-Washington 12;
New York 7. No other statistics
available.
Boston 000 001 00i-2 10
Philadelphia 400 000 00x-4 6 1
Kline, Lisenbee and Tate; Mahaf-
fey and Cochrane.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chicago 000 002 000 101-4 16 0
Cincinnati 000 100 100 100-3 14 0
Grimes and Hartnett; Carroll and
Lombardi, Manion.
Brooklyn 010 010 000-2 6 1"
Pittsburgh 100 000 02x-3 10 1
Shaute, Quinn and Lopez; Spen-
cer, Chagnon and Grace.

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NEW YOP , May 19.- (A-') -The
Natioal League today announced
it has rescinded its much discussed
and critized rule prohibiting ball;
players on the feld from speaking
! u anyone in the stands
The rule was adopted. this year
after con~iderabldiscussion and a
fine of $5 set as the penalty forits
infraction. Gabby Streett, manag-
er of the World Champion St. Louis
Cardinals, was the only manager or
player to be reported and fined.
"The rule proved to be unpopula r
with public and press," President
John Heydler said, "as well as with
those engaged in the playing of the
game. It is hereby rescinded."
The rule was said to have been
passed largely as the result of cir-
culation of a picture taken in Chi-
cago, which, showed a prominent
ball player signing a baseball for
Al Capone. The picture aroused
considerable adverse comment.
The American League still has
such a rule in force.

PDop Rule Against
PIi'ayer, Fan Talks

DAVIS CUP TEAM
TO MEET MEXICO
Vines, Shields, and Allison vie
for Singles Assignments.
NEW YORK, May 19.--(AP)-With
time growing short and opposition
fast becoming stiffer, this country's
Davis Cup selection committee still
is in a quandary as to the best of
the available singles combinations,
The tennis fathers, at least, still
are letting the boys make a three.
way fight of it as they prepare for
the important tie against Australia
next week-end at Philadelphia.
Ellsworth Vines, Wilmer Allison,
and Frank X. Shields again have
been nominated for singles duty,
with Allison and John Van Ryn to
carry on in doubles.
By their /brilliant form against.
both Mexico and Canada, Van Ryn
and Alison have settled the doubles
problem. They will do. But it has.
becqme increasingly more difficult
to choose betwen the singles aspir-
ants.
K. 0. Christner's 12-year-old son,
Milton, has a greater chest expan-'
sion thanhis battling father.

FrCIt-rnrtres Vie for
'Sigma Delta Psi Cup
Annual contests for competition
4 Sigma Delta Psi, honor athletic
fraternity, are being held now
under the auspices of the Intra-
mural Department.
At present Delta Sigma Phi is'
leading the list with 55 points,
while Delta Alpha Epsilon is run-
ning second vith 45 markers.
The rules for the contest permit
houses to send a team of five or
more men to participate.
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