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TRACK PROSPECTS ftRE
BRIGHT FOR THIS TIME
Trainer Hayward Has Made
Finds of Several Good
Track work g«es merrily on and each
iday new interest is being shown and
new men are turning out.
Each night from thirty to forty young
hopefuls may lie seen going through the
different stunts that Bill prescribes. No
strenuous work is being done as yet,
as light training is expected to get the
men into shape; otherwise they would
become “shale” early in the season.
Of the old men that are turning out,
Hawkins, Johns, McClure and McGuire
seem to be stronger than ever. Kellogg,
the all around weight man, is showing
much better form than he did last year,
and Neill is throwing the javelin almost
tis far as at the end of last season.
Among the new. men, Bill has dis
covered a good quarter miler in Brad
shaw', in Miller a half miler, Fiser a
sprinter, and “Old Roman” Grout a
Nevertheless, Captain Hlawkins is not
satisfied with the number of men turn
ing out, and says we cannot beat Wash
ington with merely our share of first
SEVEN CO-EDS STILL ON
FINAL DEBATE TRYOUT
The seven women trying out for the
debating team showed great improve
ment in their second tryout Thursday
evening. Not only was their nervous
ness entirely gone, but their arguments
w-ve sounder and more logical than in
the first tryout.
T he judges decided to allow all of
then to enter the final tryout, which will
be held next Tuesday evening at 7:15.
The tryout will be finished before the
indcor track meet begins.
Those w'ho are trying out are: Li’lah
Clark, ’ll, Jessie Calkins, ’ll, Alice
Stoddard, ’ll, Birdie Wise, T2, Carin
Degermark, T3, Elizabeth Bush, ’13, and
Bess Cowden, T4.
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BANQUETED A! LSGURI
Pleasing Speakers Respond to
Toasts—Professor I. M.
At the annual banquet of the Inter
Collegiate Oratorical Association of Or
egon Friday night the banquet hall of
the Hotel Osburn was crowded with
representatives from all the colleges of
During the course of a splendid nine
course repast a number of toasts were
responded to by delegates chosen from
each of the institutions. Leslie L. Hope
spoke for Pacific University on ‘‘Ships'
Thfat Pass in the Nriight.” Among
other members of his fleet were friend
ship, courtship, fellowship, and—schoon
ers. For O. A. C. Albert A. Asbalir
spoke on “Castles of Spain,” urging
.that the lofty sentiments expressed in the
orations should blossom into practical
. reforms. Miss Hammer, the Pacific
College speaker, was. absent. For Wil-i
lamette, Miss Mfary Schmidt outlined
“The Mission of the I. Q. A. O.” The
McMinnville representative, Ray Cul
ver, offered a pleasing mixture of wit
and theology on the subject .“A Seven
Pointed Star.” Miss, Ruth Smith, of
Albany College, gave a short toast on
“Looking Forward.” Our own Charles
W, Closed , the evening with ia few sen
tences on “The End of the Play.”
Professor I. M. Glen acted as toast
master, and there was nothing, lacking
in the way of introductions. Indeed,
the speaker from Corvallis was heard to
remlark that his was “the greatest in
troduction he had ever received.”
HIPPO GILLIS IS NOW
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in all league games' in the order of their
choice. If at any time none of the three
can officiate,' the captains of the contend
ing teams may agree on an umpire.
Sec. 5. An official scorer and assist
ant shall be elected by the Boafd of Di
rectors to officiate in all games. If at
any time neither can acty the captains
of the contending teams may agree on
an official scorer. It shall be the duty
of the official scorer to report in detail
the results of ea.ch game to the Sec
retary of the league. He shall also keep
on file a complete record of all games.
These records to he accessible to all.
Sec. 6. Each team shall furnish one
official league ball in all games. The
winning team to take both on the com
pletion of the game.
Sec. 7. The rules of the National As
sociation shall govern in all league
Sec. 8. No games can be postponed
without the consent of the Governing
Board, but appeal may be made to the
Board of Directors. Petition for post
ponement of any game shall be made not
htter than one day previous to the day
ofj the game.
Section 1. Any bona fide member of
the above named fraternities or clubs,
being a regular registered student of
the University of Oregon, shall be eli
g ble to participate in league games.
Sec. 2. No member of any fraternity
or club who is not a bona fide amateur
shall participate in any league game.
(It being understood that the word am
ateur shall be interpreted as it is de
fined by conference rules)
Sec. 3. Any player who is a regular
catcher or pitcher on the Varsity squad
shall not be eligible to play such posi
tion on his team in the league.
Sec. 4. All pitchers and catchers try
ing out for such positions on the Varsity
shall be considered as regular until the
Varsity squad is picked. After such
players have been officially dropped from
such position they shall acquire the sta
tus of other players.
Section 1. Any fraternity or club win
ning a season’s series shall be entitled
to wear the official “D” for the next
succeeding season. Said "D” (to be
brown in color and 5x4x1 inches in size.
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