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$5.60 TOTAL COST OF
JUNIOR WEEK FESTIVAL
O. A. C. Meet Saves Deficit From
Rising to Heights of Previous
“The Student Body was able to en
tertain the several score of high
school athletes, and carry on the var
ious activities that made Junior week
end at an expense of five dollars and
This is the difference from a finan
cial view point, between the income
and the outgo of last week’s festivi
ties. The O. A. C.-Oregon track meet,
which demanded an original guaran
tee of one hundred dollars, cleared
over five hundred. The cost of rail
road transportation and lodging for
the preppers approximated eight hun
dred dollars in itself.
Ihe total expenditure in connection
with Saturday’s meet was nine hun
dred and sixty-one dollars and twen
ty-five cents, while the total receipts
were four hundred and twenty dollars
and seventy cents. This shortage of
nearly five hundred dollars was more
than covered byb the profits on the
meet with O. A. C. The balance, how
ever, was not quite enough to cover
a forty dollar deficit on the two base
ball games with Washington State.
Graduate Manager Geary ,however,
is well satisfied with the results of
the week-end, and, considering the
advertising we received, holds that
the $5.60 was a mighty good invest
The following is an itemized ac
count of the finances of the week
Washington State vs. Oregon Base
ball Games, May 8 and 9, 1912—
First game .$ 52.75
Second game . 61.05
From share of money from
Week-End tickets (1-3). 50.75
Guarantee to W. S. C.$200.00
(Card expense chg. to
O. A. C. track meet)
Umpires . 5.00
Total expenses .$205.00
Deficit from games
O. A. C. vs. Oregon Track Meet,
May 10, 1912:
Bellah as starter .$ 3.75
Printing bill for
Week-End, Guard. 24.00
Guarantee . 100.00
Tickets to Dramatic
Club play, for O. A.
Tickets to Dramatic
Club play, for O. A.
Flour, two sacks for
marking track . 2.50
Total expenditures .$147.50
Half of $50.00 given by E. H.
S. for admissions to meet.... 25.00
One-third of week-end receipts
from tickets . 50.75
Total income from O. A. C.
Inter-Scholastic Meet, May 11, 1912:
From E. H. S. $25.00
From week-end tickets. 50.75
From Dramatic Club Play. 69.50
From receipts at gates . 275.45
Total receipts .$420.70
Corvallis . $12 .30
p. A.-. 20.00
L. H. S. 20.00 |
Columbia . 20.00 i
The Dalles. 37.90
Astoria . 41.20 |
H. M. A. 10.00 |
Hillsboro . 19-25
Medford . 33.20
Newport . 11.30
Junction City . 2.20
Salem . 11.60
Meals ....-. 1-25
Lafayette . 9.20
Newberg . 14.25
Reid & Feldman, meals . 1.00
Ashland . 29.25
Oregon City . 18.10
Lebanon . 11.40
Wallace, rooms . 12.00
Dayton (Webfoot School) . 11.25
Pendleton . 52.00
Dayton . 18.80
Roseburg . 12.00
La Grande. 61.00
St. Johns . 5.00
Washington High School. 20.00
Jefferson . 20.00
Cottage Grove . 3.65
Athena . 14.35
La Grande, rest of expenses. 9.00
Baker . 147.35
Hood River . 18.80
Meals . 1.00
Laraway for aquatic medals.... 34.00
Rooms at Oregon Hotel . 15.00
Rooms at Smeede . 17.75
Meals at Smeede . 52.35
Griggs Hotel . 16.50
Yoran’s Print Shop, badges. 3.25
Smeede . 2.25
Janitor’s services in Villard.50
Cider, Pierce Bros. 6.40
Glasses . 2.10
Hotel Osburn, meals . 7.75
Total receipts .$420.70
Total expenditures . 901.25
Deficit from Inter-Scholastic
Profits O. A. C.trackmeet.$515.40
Losses W. S. C. ball games.... 40.45
Inter-Scholastic meet . 480.55
Total loss on week end . 5.60
• NOTICE *
* The Y. M. C. A. Stag Picnic up *
* the Mill Race has been postponed *
* to Saturday afternoon and even- *
* ing, instead of Friday, as previ- *
* ously stated. The crowd will as- *
* semble at the Dorm about 4 *
* o’clock, and from there proceed *
* up the race. A good time is as- *
* sured for all, including eats and *
* swimming. *
DESCRIPTIVE BULLETIN FOR
SUMMER SCHOOL APPEARS
The Summer School bulletins are
now out and a limited number of
them are available for distribution at
An increase in faculty and in cours- |
as offered over the 1911 sessions is
evident from the catalogue of the sum
Among the different departments,
new courses are offered in the Theory
and Practice of Gymnastics and
School and Personal Hygiene, by Dr. j
Stuart. Lectures on Roman Life, Lit
erature and Ideals, by Dr. Shower
man, of the University of Wisconsin, j
Other special courses will be given
in the department of music by Mr.
G. C. Buehrer, of Stanford University,
by Dr. A. A. Berle, on the Intensive
Education of Children, a series of lec
tures on the Study of Nature in
Town and Country Schools, by Prof.
Grant Smith, of the Chicago Teach
Drs. George Rebec, of the Univer
sity, and S. L. Whitcomb, of Kansas
University, will lecture on Aesthetics
and American Nature Essayists re
spectively, while a Mother’s Congress
and a number of lectures by Dr. Bur
ton on popular subjects will be fea
tures of the six week’s course.
Window Attracts Attention.
A window display, emblematic of
the friendly relations now existing be
tween O. A. C. and Oregon, is attract- j
ing attention at the Obak cigar store. -
Intertwined pennants, a dove of peace
and the grave of “A Hatchet, Nov.,
1910, May, 1912,” are features of the
Obak display. A basketball, labeled
“Forgotten,” reposes in the back
ground, while footballs, used in pre- ;
vious struggles, are shown.
Among the week-end guests at the
Theta house were Misses Louise
Bufns, Polly Conly, Lora Cummings,
Katherine Holbrook, Caroline Seal,
and Clementine Lambert, of Port
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Change of Program Monday, Wednes
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