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May 26, 1932 - Image 3

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X, MAY 26, 192.,




Nine Will Atte mpt to Repeat
Successful Invasion
of 1930.
Schedule of 15 Gamies Arranged;
'Trip Planned at Mei ji's














Publicity director Philip C. Pack.
announced yesterday that t h e
Michigan baseball team's proposed
trip to Japan this summer has be-
come a certainty and that all ar-
wangements have been completed. A
six-week trip is planned, the nine
leaving from San Francisco on
August 11.
A stopover in Honolulu en route
will be made in order to get in a
series with the University of Ha-
waii's squad. Once in Japan, the
Wolverines will start immediately
on a 15-game schedule, playing the
leading teams of the country.
Meiji to Play Host.
4 The general invitation to tour the
country came from Meiji University,
who also were hosts to Michigan
on their former trip there. The
Wolves have met Meiji at Ferry field
on several occasions.
Although no very definite re-
ports are available yet as to the
make-up of the team who will go
tto Japan, acting-captain Superko,
Daniels, Bnandle, Artz, Tompkins,
Fergason, Manuel, Dif] ey,.Water-
bo, MNeal, Wistert, and ,Petoskey
all have a good chance. Hosler and
Patchin, freshman pitchers, may
also be taken along to bolster a
weak pitc..hing staff if they are eli-
Went in 1930.
Two years ago the invasion was
rewarded by remarkable success on
the part of the Michigan nine, prin-
cipally due to'the pitching of Fred
Asbeck and Bill McAfee, admitted-
ly two of the finest hurlers ever
produced here.
This year Coach Ray Fisher will
rely principally on McNeal and M-
kay to subdue the Japanese, who
are notably weak hitters. Jack
Troipkis can also be called hron
ceterfield + if necessary.TIN
'Cardinals, Shut Oaut' by Grimes
as ]Brown Whips Brooklyn.
Brown, rookie Boston-° hurler,
scored a 4 to 2 victory over the
Brooklyn Robins this afternoon to
keep the Braves in first place in the
National League. Pittsburgh con-
tinued to demonstrate their mast-
ery over the third-place Cincinnati
club 'by defeating the Reds 9 to 4,
although the victors employed three
hurlers. Burleigh Grimes proved
that his right arm still has a good-
ly share of power by limiting the
St. Louis Cards to seven hits and
blanking them ito the bargain.
Rain prevented the games in the
American League.
Now York .. .321 402 000--12 17 1
Philadelphia 140 000 003 _.- 8 12 0
Fitzsimmons and Hogan; Elliot ,
Hansen and MCurdy.
Brooklyn ... .100 000 100- 2 4 3
Boston ......030 000 lx- 4 7 0
Vance, Quinn and Lopez; Brown
and Spohrer.
Chicago .....000 101 001-- 3 7 0
St. Louis .....000 000 000- 0 7 2
Grimes and Hartnett; Derringor
and Wilson.
Pittsburgh . ..500 201 100-- 9 13 1
Cincinnati . ..020 020 000-- 4 9 '1
Kremer, Chagnon and Grace;I
Carroll, j3enton, Ramey and Lmbar-
St. Louis at Detroit, called at end
of" third, rain. Only game sched-


By Charles A. Sanford. renovatien this year, taken by the TO I-. - - (hsste is o heeatcls;
(Ths s hefistGftheearicesDar'k Horses; cross country by the* NATIONAL ILEAGUE
'pe-d or Indoor Courts Baffles Intramural activities are rapidlylyblbyte hiseSunt ......2' 12 64
Adrian Netters, Who Are approaching a close for another ana ritc a u a o t~ta~ti2 . r again. T he additional event of the Chicago . . 23 13 639J
A:;t:laeTe"ams year, and a final reckoning of anulAm'ieDy u'a o iiinai,.2 9 .2
standingoandatr phyewin ersmis. the fall Sigm Delta Psi trials, box- St. Louis.. . . .17 19 AV'7
bigmdtoflonrcrasoeby Conger, and of course there were New York . 14 17 .452
Greatly handicapped by the un- of the department's most success- ing and wrestling shows to fill ot PittsburjIt ......,. 14 11 .437
accustomed speed of the bounce on ful programs. Fall, winter, and the :first thirdr f the ,year. fI roolyn i _........ 15 21 .41"17 .r Nteido ors h dinCl-liile
th norcutteAra o-spring cards have been run off ino After the holidays the, winter yilEc _....1 r .0°rI
lee;ete povd ay =re ys good order and with considerable sp~rts calendar starter. with th
tcrdlay to the all-around ability of interest and participation by hund- usual basketball and crowns in fr:o- N ANFERICAN LEAGUEi
r the Michigan Jayvees in a match reds of students. ternity play were taken by the Betaus I i 4
;- -'in the Intramurial building.. The A glance back through these sop- inlass "A", the D.U.'s in class "1B," i 1 tshri iton -- .- ---- 22 13 691)
Wolverine ntters swept every one arate calendars gives in review the and A.K.L. in class "C." The Phy- ¢i'r iL..........8 15 54;
loof h nge sen adesfithotte story of this aggregate of 62 events kcal Eds forged ahead to win amrong C leveland - - 1 1 .514
lossof asinle st, nd wre odf Intramural competition. In thr'ee the Independents. Other fr atrnit y
to accept defeat in only 10 games.tilswntoAhaCiSorfr . azi 1; {) 6
Intenmeroefnle acAthe main divisions, all-year win- tile wet o Aph Cl S?'1[o
AppetIn woenuwithrompaaivgeaeschaers already'have undisputed claim bowling, Lambda Chi Alpha'., tank-...........-~ 2:
over Bno fAdrian,6-'6-. eIdpnetrc iceA-Omega repatd adtis time Besno*O 1 con;thakHreshvegani wminApa........ ...._'
Benson took his only game, the sec-phChislangterosina alone, in foul shooting, Tat Dltia tri m.. Strong
~>~);>: ~§::y :~ K end in the last set, on his own serv- phternitis edforthe thrdouesshadthlrtrit ea ems oMnrsfrSao
Asicewhich ausedTppestProubleive year, and Alpha Kappa Lamb-an AKL.wnterfuhtil
throughout. dahstefrtriytil nte by taking indoor track.
Billy Arnold, noted race track Baldwin, Michigan, defeated Dil- dag has theifraeronity tea n TeAlCmu bree DETROIT, May 25. "-- Kenneth
demon, will be back on the track lie, Adrian, in the second ranking ba 'o hi eon r h l-amu ubr eeSrng, forner New York Univer-
at the start of the. 500-mile. speed match, 6-0, 6-3. Dillie was able to A.K.L Wins Two Titles. meandantrd started do when Chuck: Ni- sity star athlete has been sent to
classic at Indianapolis on May 30, win three (games in the second set(II h alAKL oktolrt e atrdido ens iPiT~itib h eri iesmn
atcr having cracked uip while lead- largecly through his hard ,service, el-nity crowns in speedlbal and vo- I Phi again won the ice hockey title, gewneit, it Was afrnicedl today.i
ing" 100 miles from home last year. which he was able to control better cblwieda simn ai ~nbrgto adalsnlS trong injutred his throwing hand
Hle won the race in 1930. than in the opening games. eis were annexed by Lambda Chi and Friedman and Berkley teamed last year and had several opera-
____In the thir'd ranking match, San- Alpha. Theta Chi barely lost out up to take the doubles. Johnny tioiis on it this spring, buit it didi
dulyhad little trouble with the in1 the swimming but came through Rcindcel had an easy time in squash, nort heal as expected. He will lirob-
STAI TRA K EN Adrin opponent, Reese, winning{ for championship inl water polo, ardi Loveland starred in bowling, ably be able to play later in the!
M~1ET AT INDIANA, almost, will in straightt sets(;_21 and Phi Beta Delta repeated ni winning the singles andwith Wt season and return to the Detroit
G-0. Root, Mchirga n, lst only on I.~ handball. Sigma Pi picked up, the erbor, taking thin doubles team in the spring.
game in his match with Kelly to (, reek letter wrestling crown ,'and----------.----
Hoosiers, Purdue, Butler, Ball, winl 6-1, 6-0. the cross country honors were1
I e}Cattw Entered inl Meet. fI the last ranking singles match, awardfed tto Pi K alppa lpha.
'W_____ ;proved his complete super'- All-Camplus evnts .tartecl wTth I a t anC(' atthe JLague
iority on the boards by chalking up t;oi, Larry Trott winning the first, -
(Special to Ti-icDaily) a 6-0, 6-1 victory over McNaighton and Dave Shetter the second
BLOOMINGTON, Ind., May 25.----' of Adrian, flight..- Seymour S .igl, frosh court IT
Thetate s aktrayin teni Micthigan won both of the dlouble. star , captured tire tenis tourney, .Ro'~ ID A *'Y,*' M AY 27ce ppl n adin em hl M~la.la -te1ed t
meet hetre next Saudyi h In ing to defeat Kelly and Bensoni, 6-1, the cross country number. The2 r
nual Indiana State Intercolletgiate i 6-0, while Sandusky and Root. pair-- final A-C event of soccer went to
track and field meet in the memn- ed to win over Re, se and Dillie, 6-0, the Cosmopolitans and with it the
oilsaim Wihottnig6-1.. beautiful Kanti trophy for the year. Rus Morgan from 9 till 1:00
anlsaim ihottnig--- Independent play scattered titles
men form Indiana, Purdue, Do- S[TMMARTES to three groups; tag foot ball, a_____________________________________
Pauw, Butler, and Ball State Teach- Appelt (M) d. Denson (A), 6-0, ----'T--_._
ers entered, the competition is ex- 6-1.
pected to be intense and records 1Badwin. (M) d. Dillie (A), 6-0,
good. 6-3.
Indiana's powerful track team, Sandtisky (M) 41. Reese (A), 6-2,
of course, reigns as the top-heavy Do-yo
favorite. in the advance dope,, but Root (M) d. Kelly (A), 6-1, 6-0.
the four other strong Indiana teams Waring (M) d. MNaughton (A),
will be a factor for the H-oosiers -, 6-1.
to take into consideration. A num- Appelt, Baldwin (M) d. Kelly,
ber of the smaller schools will have Denson (A), 6-1, 6-0.
specialty men onl hand pickinig aup Sanidusky, Root (M) d. Reese, 1)1-
noints. i lie (A). 6-0. 6-1.-


Olymnpic Equestrian Winner
Training in California.
LOS ANGELES, May 25. --_ (/P)
Capt. C. F. Pahud de lMortang
and his famous mount, Marco


wich lie rode to victory in th
individual equestrian cham~plonshi
of the 1928 Olymipics for Hlollan(
wil arrive here July 3 t() detfend .th
Accopanyng te catainwill b
twon o the.r riders, Lahdr A. Van Len
niepan J. D~e Bru1ine withi thei
hizh ;schooled steedsr. The balanc
ol the "iOlympic 1(tea Imlrom ollan
Tl'-toca~il commu itee a1lso hais bee
in1 !W(r i:.°; t(1_e Ita liar team of 12
""~~tio~ ill arrive here cJuly 1ST : ji t; oM a
cliuia an-d Afghan1itantwo n7
t ions not classed as" Olymipic "our.
tries can participate in the interne
tional.contes:; ha,:, been pres"ent
to tireoraiigcm tte
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Examinations will be held for
Red Cross certificates in the. In-
tramural Paol from 3 to 6 p-m.,
on Thursday and Friday, and
will be given by J. M. Powers,
special exaiminer from St. Louis.
Coach Matt Mann.

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