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THE MICHIGA14 DAILY

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CAMPUS IN BRIEF.
Dr. R. Peterson, of the medical de-
partment, returned from Rochester,
N. Y., yesterday, where he read two
papers before the New York State
Medical Society.
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Senior engineers contributed their
class dues of $2 per man in a respon-
sive way when they collected a sum
of $130 yesterday. A sum has been
set aside to purchase a table for the
Michigan Union; and a memorial
bench which will be put in place in
the engineering court.
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There will be a picnic supper for
all Episcopalian girls at the home of
Mrs. Henry W. Douglas, 1620 Cam-
bridge Road, on Tuesday afternoon at
5:00 o'clock. Those who are going
will notify Miss Annie Williams, 718
South Thayer Street, by tomorrow
morning.
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Arrangements for a "Beef Roast"
at Cascade Glen will be discussed at
the regular weekly meeting of the
Jeffersonian society tonight. The
meeting will be held in the society's,
rooms in the law building.
The monthly meeting of the Amer-
ican Chemists society was attended
by about thirty people yesterday af-
ternoon. Prof. D. M. Lichty read a
paper entitled, "A Method for the Dis-
tillation of Mercury in a Sealed Ves-
sel." Prof. F. C. Lind spoke on
"Chemical Reactions under the In-
fluence of Radium."
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P1T tj7 5.TSURG EljS PRiE SENT 'UGAME
IN TWo iNNINGS.
(Continued from page 1.)
clan while on the base plays he did a
somnambulist stunt that would have
brought rounds of applause in the ker-
osene circuit. Owing to the fact that
the score was not close his decisions
were not particularly costly but if it
had been a close game it would have
rapidly degenerated into a guessing
contest with odds favoring the uxmps.
Visitors Opened Scoring.
The smoke eaters started the scrap-
ping in the third. Biddle hit and was
sacrificed. He took third on an infield
death and scored on Schenk's clipper.
That ended their tallying and Bari-
beau kept the remaining bingles in
individual innings for the sake of the
appearances.
The Wolverines came back like
Roosevelt in the their half of the third.
Corey ambled and was sacrificed but
was caught on third on Bell's roller.
With two out and Bell on, Sisler sing-
led and Rogers tripled scoring them
both. Webber repeated the triple stunt
and Rogers rang up. Again in the
seventh three counters were hung up.
Baribeau tripled and Baker scored
him with a hit. Sisler swatted a cir-
cuit breaker for four sacks, counting
Baker. That ended Michigan's scor-
ing and only one other isolated hit fell
into the voracious batting averages.
The score:

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Schenk 3b ..........4
Honaker if.........4
Wilson cf ..........4
Dillon rf ...........4
McConahy ss ........4
Giles lb ............3
Biddle 2b..........3
Gaw c ..............1
Harenski p .........3

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The proposed trip of the Commerc6
club to Cleveland has been postponed
indefinitely. The men were to leave
by boat from Detroit yesterday, spend-
ing two days inspecting the larger
factories and business establisments
of Cleveland.
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The Ann Arbor Art association has
on exhibit the work of Orson Lowell,
staff artist for "Life". The exhibit is
in the gallery in Alumni Memorial
hall and will be there until May 10.
Albert A. Mattson, '16, was chosen
to captain the fresh lit baseball team
through its 1913 schedule.
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Webster society will hold a regular
weekly meeting tonight in its rooms
in the law building.
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The managers of the engineeringI
exhibit are in need of someone who
has had practical experience with li-
quid air. Any person who is familiar
with it, is requested to call up Saul
Saulson, '12E, or Prof. J. E. Emswiler,
of the mechanical engineering depart-
ment.j
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Totals.......30 1 7 24 13 3

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Summer.

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Baker ss
Bell cf
Sisler lb
Rogers c

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Totals ...........30 6 7 27 11 0
Pittsburg.......0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0-1
Michigan .......0 0 0 3 0 0 3 0*-6
Summaries:
Home run-Sisler; three base hits-
Rogers, Webber, Baribeau; base on
balls-off Harenski 4, off Baribeau 1;
struck out-by Harenski 6, by Bari-
beau 12; wild pitch-Harenski; stolen
bases-McConahy 2, Schenk, Giles,

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