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B.U. Ball Game Dropped Due To Rain and Measles in Squad

Will Not Play Again Until a Week From This Friday

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Due to the rain, measles, and vacation the baseball game scheduled for yesterday with Boston University has been definitely called off. It is understood that no game will be arranged to take its place so there will be no more trials of strength for the Crimson nine until Friday, April 19. One case of measles appeared on the B.U. squad yesterday and this, on top of the two days of rain, broke the camel's back and the game was given up. There is to be another match played however, at the Terrier ball park on May 24 since the original agreement was for a home and home series.

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