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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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P1110F. TEALDI TO LECTURE IN
CHICAGO; CLASSES EXCUSED
Prof. Aubrey Tealdi, assistant pro-
fessor of landscape design, is at Chi-
cago attending the meeting of "Society
of Landscape Architecture and the Na-
tional Town Planning Conference." He
will address the meeting on "Land-
scape Architecture at the University
of Michigan." Prof. Tealdi's classes
will be excused this week.
TVY COBIr3 SEES VARSITY CLEAN UP
EA STIERNERIS.
(Continued from page 1.)
bases full and one out but Quaintance
pitched magnificent ball and held them
safe.
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AB R H PO A E
Moser 3b ...........5 1 2 0 1 2
Cruikshank of.......4 0 0 2 0 0
Heyman rf, lb.,.....3 0 2 6 1 0
'1laymaker lb p . .. .4 0 0 1 0 01
Eaton 2b....... ...3 00 31 1
Pierce if ...........1].00 0 00
Boville rf ..........2 00 00 0
Goodwin ss .........4 0 1 2 2 3
Schwab c..........3'1 1 9'2 2
Greenway p ........1 0; 0 0 1 1
Wesbecherif .:.....3 0 0 1. 0 0
Totals..........33 2 6 24 8 9
Michigan.
AB R HPOA E
Black if...........5 2 11 00
Baker ss............2 0 0 1 1 0
Duncanson ss ......2 0 1 0 1 0
Bellcf .............4 12 2 00
Saier cf...........1 00 0 00
Sisler lb ...........4 2 1 11 0 0
Rogers c...........3 11 5 10
Corey rf.......1 0 1200
Webber rf, c........4 1 2 3 0 0
McQueen 2b ........4 00 03 0
Hughitt 3b .........3 10 1 00
Quantance p........2 1 1 1 1 1
Totals ..........35 9 10 27 7 1
Wand J.......001000100-2
Michigan .......0 33 10 0 02*-9

VARSITY MEET TO
BE HELD MAR.24
Will Serve as Tryout as Well as
Entertainment to
high Schools.
HAFF M3AY HUEN VS. SYRACUSE.
Trainer Farrell in conclave with
Director Bartelme yesterday, decided
to hold over the Varsity meet until
May 24, when it can serve the double
purpose of trials for the intercollegi-
ate, and entertainment for the visiting
high school athletes. This affair will
be modeled after the indoor Varsity
meet, taking the form of an inter-class
struggle.
In place of holding a formal meet
for the purpose of enabling Farrell to
make the choice of a team to combat
with the men from Syracuse, he will
hold trials in the single events
throughout the week, and in the early
part of next week. He has instituted
a series of gruelling practices to last
until the Friday before Syracuse is
taken on.
Haff in his last workout showed
such a big step in recovery that Far-
rell has begun to hold hopes of his use
against Syracuse.
The postponement of the, Varsity
meet will give Farrell a vacation to
conduct his freshman charges over to
Lansing this Saturday and watch them
perform in the fracas with the M. A. C.
Varsity. The choice of the team to
make the trip for the verdants will be
definitely settled today in the trial to
be held on Ferry field at 3:30 o'clock.
UNIVERSITY NOTICES.
Junior lit baseball practice today at
3:00 o'clock, game with senior lits at
4:05 o'clock.
Junior engineer baseball practice at
S. Ferry field today at 3:00 o'clock.
Gargoyle business staff meeting to-
day at 5:00 p. in.
Record Sum Collected For Busrah.
Reports from the Busrah commit-
teemen show that the total sum re-
ceived for the support of the medical
and industrial mission at Busrah,
Arabia, has reached $1,831, an increase
of $511 over that collected at the same
stage of last year's campaign. Sixty
committeemen still have to make their
reports and the goal of $2,000 set for
,this' term will probably be reached
this month. The cost of the mission
for this year is $4,000.

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Summaries:
H-ome runs--Webber,

Black, Quaint-'

ance; two base hits-Bell, Corey, Hey-
man, Moser; base on balls-off Quaint-
ance 3; struck out--by. Greenway 3,
by Haymaker 3, by Quaintance 8; stol-
en bases-Heyman, Duncanson, Bell
2, Sisler, Rogers, Webber; sacrifice hit
-Baker; hit by pitcher-Eaton, Hugh-
itt; hits-off G reenway 6 in 3 innings;
off Haymaker 4 in 5 innings; time-
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