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RIDAY, MAY 27, 1932 THE MTCHTGAN DATLY

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PREPARES TO MEET AUSTRALIANS WOILERAACRINNEIEIN
IN INT RAMURAL
TO l ITfl I [ fJ Gymnastics, Swiinming, Fencing
M 1VIF 4.ured E7 > in All.
,Q__ Campus Contests.
Gxfln, Wright to Stage MoIndBy Charles A. Sanford
Ducl in Crucial Big Ten (This is the second of three articles
Contest Today. summarizing the Intramural year.)
Winter activities comprise the
greater part of the Intramural
(Special to The Daily) sports calendar from the stand-
LAI AYETTE, May 26.-Purdue's point of a number of events, and
chances of guring in its third ma- some of the main features of the
year are included in this division.
hor title of the 1931-1932 athletic ITo continue the All-Campus
* year will be at stake here tomor- events first, Wally Miller walked
row afternoon when the heavy-hit- off with the foul throwing honors,

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ting Boilermaker nine tangles with whie Malcolm Kelson was nigh-
Indiana's well-balanced combina- point man in the annual gymnas-
ton in the final game of the sea-'tic ineet. In the fencing numbers
son. Championship hopes are bal- awards went to Merriman in the
anced precariously on the outcome peeHall in the sabre, Bassett i
of the single game, for Indiana will thef-lan t arain took the
(:ae te feld wih arecrd f fvethree-weapon title in a stiff fight.
iake the eld with a record of five The swimming meet of the division
victories and two defeats, and a was lead by Norton, while Milton
victory would shoot the Crimson to .skowitz captured the twenty-one
the top of the standing in the per- competition this year.
centage column, despite a curtailedT hetheInse e.t
schedule and the fact that it has The three Independent events of
met only three teams in I-lie Big the winter ccVd aftdr basketball
Teon this season --Northwestern, were handball, which was taken by
Ten this sPason-. Nthe Wolverines; bowling, picked, up
Ohio, and Purdue. by the Shamrocks with little
In addition to Big Ten honors, trouble; indoor track and relays
the series will hinge on the out- trknby thoserckendtrayhe
come of the tilt, for each nine at taken by those cinder stars, the
the present time has a victory to Humpty-Dumpty's.a
its credit. Indiana blasted out a Boxing Show Big feature.
15 to 8 victory here in the first con- The All-Campus Boxing Show
ference game of the season for the was one of the features and offered
Boilermakers, while Purdue evened two nights of interesting bouts. The
the score when Griffin hurled the eight titles at stake were finally
Gold and Black into a 7 to 4 vic- awarded in order to Gluck, fIy-
tory at Bloomington. weight; H i r a t a, bantamweight;
Griffin to Pitch. Custer, featherweight; Go1 d e n,,
lightweight; K o1onick, welter-i
Griffin, sophomore lef t-hander, weight; Tromoter, middleweight;
the leading hurler in thedBig Ten, Kirby, light heavyweight; and Jack
will be sent to the mound against Slater, heavyweight. This last divi-
Indiana in the final drive for title sion was featured by an easy win
honors. Purdue's hopes for victory and commendable sportsmanship.
and the third major title of the The Skating Carnival, held the
stednsontemdadte middle of March, featured five
heavy-hitting ability of the nine events. Bob Dunbar won the 220
In its effort to stop the Boiler- race, the 440 went to John Sherf,
'makers, Indiana is expected to Paul Tietjen captured the 880 num-
start Wright, its mound Ace, and ber, the mile race was also taken by
will be primed to play its best game Sherf, and the two-mile grind was
of the season after a rest of a awarded to Richardson.
whole week. The Crimson, like Pur- All-Campus Wrestiing.
due, boast a hard-hitting batting . Still another All-Campus feature
order that will test Griffin's effici- of the card was the annual wrest-
ency to the limit. ling bouts in the usual seven
It was only last week that the weights. Crowns this year were
Wolverines fell before the fine hur- won by Hirata, 118-pounds; Koplin,
ling of Purdue's star port-sider and 126-pounds; Friedman, 135; Har-

RATE HIGHEST
SPORTS CALENDAR
rod, 145; Klein, 155-pounds; Dux-
bury, 165; and the final and unlim-
ited weight by O'Bryon. One of the
features here was Harvey Bauss'
inability to continue because of an
injury which also kept him out of
the boxing finals.
The annual Open House with the
championships in all events to
that date, as well as vario as exhi-'
bitions and fcature matches and
games, went off with must satis-
factory success. The building was
well crowded and each of the nu;n-
bers contributed to hold a large
crowd until the last play. A swim-
ming carnival and stiat-chamnpion-
:,hip handball players Luco featur-
ed.
Dorsey Wins Handball Title.
Three faculty events, two fall
and one winter, were run oif, and
three remain, tennis, spring golf,
and baseball. The numbers corn-
pleted were volleyball, taken by the
Lits; handball, won by John Dor-
sey; and fall golf with three flights
awarded to Cissel, Hardy, and Dar-
ling, respectively.
The spring sports calendar has
but two of its 16 numbers complet-
ed as yet, since the baseball, ten-
nis, horseshoes, and golf are all in
various steps of final competition,
all of which will have to be wound
up within te next week or ten
days. The All Campus rifle shoot-
ing, however, was won by Perry
MacNeal, and Joe Bailey took the
All-Campus archery trophy.
American Henley Race
on Schuykill Saturday
The twenty-seventh annual re-
gatta of the American Rowing as-
sociation (American Henley) will
be waged on Saturday on , the
Schuykill River at Philadelphia.
The varsity 150-pound crew event
for the Joseph Wright Challenge
Cup will probably be hotly contest-
ed again this year. Last year there
were six crews entered and it was
necessary to row two preliminary
heats.

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Washington .-....
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NATIONAL LEAGUE

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Chicago .......
Cincinnati . .
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STANDINGS
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Paddock Is Reinstated;
Will Try for Olympics
LOS ANGELES, May 2O.-()-
with an amateur athletic union
registration card once more in his
possession, Charles William Pad-
dock, once kncwn as the "world's
fastest human," turned an eye to-
day toward a place on the United
Mtates Olympic team.
The registration committee of the
A. A. U. l,0e last night reinstated
Paddock after turning him down in
Janua:y when he applied for a
card.
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Associated Press Photo
Ellsworth Vines, who will lead the United States Davis Cup team
against Australia in the finals of the North American Zone play, is
shown tuning up his strokes in preparation for the match starting this
afternoon in Philadelphia.
YANKEES CONTINUE WINNING STREAK
BY SHUTTING OUT WASHINGTON, 5-01

Tigers Pound Win Over Sox;
Athletics Down Boston;
Braves Lose.
Those league leading New York
Yankees kept on nosing ahead in
the American League when they
handed the Senators another set-
back yesterday 5 to 0.
The Chicago White Sox used
three pitchers in an attempt to
stop the Detroit Tigers, who were
on another of their batting sprees
yesterday, but to no avail and the
Tigers won easily 11 to 2.
In the National League the
leaders, Boston, were given a set-
back at the hands of the tailenders,
the Phillies in a batting orgy, 17-1
13.
Boston dropped back into a tie
with the Chicago Cubs who did not
have a scheduled game today.
The Giants and the Brooklyn
Robins engaged in a tight game
which ended in the twelfth inning
with the Robins on the long end
of the score 3 to 2.
By winning over the Cincinnati
Reds in a close game the Pittsburgh
Pirates were able to move into fifth
position replacing the Giants.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
New York ...000 004 001-- 5 7 3
Washington .000 000 000--- 0 5 0'
Ruffing and Dickey; Crowder and
Maple.
Philadelphia 302 002 xxx- 7 10 1
Boston.....100 000 xxx- 1 4 2
Earnshaw and Cochrane; Heving,
Durham, Lisenbee, Moore and Con-
nolly.
Detroit.....022 303 01x-11 12 21
Chicago . .. .100 000 010- 2 7 21

Caraway, Gregory, Fieber, and
Grube; Bridges and Ruel.
Second game called during lastl
half a fifth, on account of rain,
with teams tied 1 to 1.
Cleveland-St. Louis, rain.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Brooklyn 001 010 000 001- 3 9 01
N. York .001 000 001 000-- 2 11 01
Clarke and Lopez; Hubbell and
Hogan.
Boston......101 124 400 -13 20 31
Philadelphia 633 000 05x-17 19 1
Betts, Frankhouse, Cunningham,
Cantwell and Hargrave; Collins,
Nichols, J: Elliot, Benge and V.
Davis, McCurdy.
Pittsburgh ..030 000 (00--- 3 6 0
Cincinnati ..000 000 020- 2 8 2G
Harris, Swift and Grace; Lucas
and Lombardi.
Chi Psi, Phi Lam's to
Mee n Tennis Final
Chi Ps i and Ph iLaimbda Phi ad-
vavujed to the ftinals in the Inter-
f;,lcrilit y Tennis Tournament yes-
terday. Chi Psi beat Delta Phi.
Phi Lambda Phi defeaced Tau Kap-
oa Epsilon. Clhi PSi seems to be the
avorite for the finals which are
to be hld next Tuesday. The finals
in horse -shoe throwing between
Alpha Kappa Liambda and Alpha,
Omega will also take place on,
Tuc sday.I
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practically eliminated their hopes
-for a Big Ten championship on the
baseball diamond.

Sport and Everyday

IN THE MOOD OF
THE MINUET
Quaint as a spinning wheel
song-gracefut as the steps of 'a
minuet-is the charm of Dear-
born Inn. Memorial Day week-
end guests at this real New Eng-
land Inn will enjoy the gracious
hospitality of stagecoach days.
They will revel in the restful
carm of Early American sur-
roundings-unusual meals which
feature New England face-lux-
urious Colonial bedrooms equip-
ped with every modern conven-
ience and comfort-the spacious
Colonial Lounge for bridge-a
completely - equipped Recreation
Room for indoor diversions-
golf, tennis and riding close at
hand. Special holiday week-end
rates start with Saturday evening
dinner and end with Tuesday
morning breakfast-two days of
full enjoyment, three nights of
delicious repose. 'Phone Dear-
born 1810 for special holiday
week-end rates.
Ample parking space and garage
DEARBORN
Opposite Ford Airport
Oakwood Boulevard Dearborn

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NOTICE

Examinations will be held for
Red Cross certificates in the In-
tramural Pool from 3 to 6 p.m.,
on Thursday and Friday, and
will be given by J. A. Powers,
special examiner from St. Louis.
Coach Matt Mann.
SHIP YOUR
LAUNDRY BAGS
BAGGAGE AND BOOKS
By Express
Call Railway
Express Agency
Phone 7101
NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DE-
LIVERY AND PICKUP SERVICE
WITHIN CITY LIMITS.
RAILWAY EXPRESS
AGENCY, INC.
WARM?
Try some of the foun-. f
tam features. We offer
our lunches, too help j
revive appetities jaded
by heat. Better drop

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iiiDLa, tine, tips, sights eig trips
and Janidlim; of ba ggng for a 3
we{> tour of LONDON AND
PAi 1-.
For information call 3582.

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KEEP HEALTHY.

The prizes in class and

campus life go to the men with energy and
enthusiasm. But you can't have pep with-
out health.
A treacherous enemy of health is consti-
pation. It often brings headaches, listless.
ness, loss of appetite. Your college days
are clouded.
You can overcome constipation so eases
ily. Just eat a delicious cereal: Kellogg's

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The most popular ready-to-eat
cereals served in the dining-rooms
of American colleges, eating clubs
and fraternities are made by
Kellogg in Battle Creek. They in-
clude Kellogg's Corn Flakes, PEP
Bran Flakes, Rice Krispies, Wheat
Krumbles and Kellogg's WHOLE
WHEAT Biscuit. Also Kaffee
Hag Coffee-real coffee that lets
you sleep.

ALL-BRAN.

Two tablespoonfuls daily will

promote regular habits. Ask that it be
served at your favorite eating place.
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