Sport: Jap Ball

Home from a tour of Japan, a graduate baseball team from the Univertisy of Chicago related that the game of baseball has "taken hold" in Japan. Annually an all-Japan high school tournament is held in Osaka. Innumerable semiprofessional teams tour the country, though there are no professional leagues. In a college tournament held while the Chicago men were there, Pitcher Yuaso of Meiji College held Chicago to two 0 to 0 games, pitching three contests in three days, resting two days, then pitching three more in a row, for four wins. In...

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