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June 02, 1932 - Image 7

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R Snrfl GOBACK INTO lSECOND
mePLACE BYDOWNING RED4 tOX, 24
Suihdby Double Play. woe,1 to 0. Pepper . ti i ;; ii;.,
_______ it the frtatrOsl a
I ~ e i-ig ,. ,a. ingied proved dld u ~w
1 Philadelphia A thlc1 ics swec t gaewsctoseninus
a; doubkleheader yesterday afternoon ;by a rainstorm t.
Lntorswithth New York Yankees before 'The New York G i a t ee ;
f cx T ,,.~ 1000 fans, winning 7 to 6 in the reeling into the cellartiinystr
ite , i;da y h spoalyi &tecc after grabbing a, wild dyb h spoet Ifeo
:edy!7c rIay - IPhillies, who wvon 4-2. ChuckKli
al Iitraiur- 10-innin~g opener, 8-7. Jimm~iy pried the lid off0 in the se ,venth11i.-{
:tramural ac- Froxx's homer in iih seventh inningi ning with his thiitIf'entl, homer ci:"
;ports season of the second game cost George the season.1
raua o ipgras A victory, while Rube Wal- --
lraurl c-berg wa~s enabled -to mark: up his. AMERIZCAN -1i(WAUE1 '
ident mi na- third wain. I Was'hington .200 000 00- 2 71
ong the son- In the only other .game in the Boston......000 00 001l- 1 tt 1
shleti oven,,; Ai.crioan Lea~iu^> the Washington Brown and Spencer; Weiland
zni' pulled a lightning-fast double Moore and Connolly.
play in the ninth and defeated the First game
.s chosen as iBo ;ton lied Sox 2-1. Lloyd Brown Athletics 8, New York 7.
;ers for next had hooked up in -a pitchers' battle Ruffin~g, Brown and Dickey; Ma--
and Louis with Bob Weiland. The victory put j haff ey, 0rove and Heving, Coch-
ate for the the Senators back in second place., rane./
displacing the Detroit Tigers, who1 Secon~ game
as the selec- ( were rained out of a scheduled .Athltics 7, New York 6.,
double-header with the Browns. Chicago at Cleveland--rain. 1
eked' Dizzy Dean, who was on the point Deri; tS. oi-an
of being shipped bock to Houston, DerotatS._ousran
six men are Tex., by Manager Gabby Street ofNTIALLAU
~ ntaurlthe Cardinals, hurled a five-hit1 Philadelphia 000 000 130-- 4 10 0
.ha group of_ ':
ar to choose INew York- ...020 000 000--- 2 11 1
Fromthe ressBOX Holley and J. Davis; Waiker, Lu-
.day resulted* que and Hogan.
following as (Continued from Page 6) St. Louis ......100 000 q- 1 4 1
,p7nn rn IMa Ad thr ar ie ha Chicago........800 000 0- 0 5 1

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until ana uier st~,arsin ALLna.i,
distance.
Brooker Brooks, the only other
Michigan man to win a first in the
Big Ten meet; has thrown the dis-
cus well over 150 feet on a few oc-
casions, and will get his chance in
the National Intercollegiate meet
next week. iRoderick Cox, who
threw the hammer 145 ft. 10 in. at
Evanston, has only an outsie
chance to make the Olympic re-
quirements.
The only other Wolverine who
ranks with the best it Willis
Ward, freshman high jumper,
hurdler, and football player.
Ward at present is the holder
of the world's interscholastic
indoor record in the high jump
!at a heighth of 6 ft. 6 in. Ward
has only miade this mark once
and has jumped 6 ft. 4 in. on
only a few occasions, but will
be given his chance to prove his
worth in the National.

IDean and Mancuso; Malone andj
HartnetVt.1
Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Brooklyn
and Boston not scheduled.
Janes toTh in Midwest.
SUPERIOR, Wis., (A') - Howard
Jones, football coach at the Univer-
'sity of Southern Calif ornia, will
conduct football classes at a Ki.-
wanis club coaching school here
this summer.
"Wee Willie" McGill, who broke
into professional baseball with Cy
Young, is coaching the Butler uni-

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and field meet June 10 and 11, are ,
automatically qualified for the fin- 1'A
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gain one of the three berths.

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