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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1912)
FRATERNITY AND CLUB
TRACK TALENT TO MEET
Eight Teams of Five Picked Men to
Represent Various Organizations
The entries for the first annual in
terfraternity track meet next Satur
day have been handed in by the
eight competing organizations, and
they are as follows:
Sigma Nu—Benson, Parsons, Mc
Cormack, Chandler, and Hal Bean.
Kappa Sigma—Cobb, Manly, Bean,
Heusner, and Ford.
Acacia—Reynolds, Skei, J. Wil
liams, Epperly, and Heidenreich.
Sigma Chi—Briedwell, Fowler,
Hawkins, Jamison, and Watson.
Phi Gam—Fisher, Grant, Gray,
Hill, and Meeks.
Dorm—King, Zimmerman, Cass,
Kronenberg, and Ridwell.
Avavia—Morton, Bigbee, McCall,
Bradshaw, and Pefley.
Tawah—Peet, Siglan, Annunsen,
Nitschkie, and Houston.
Each team is limited to five men
and all the regular track events will
be run off, including a relay, for
which a silver cup will be given t.o
Laraway, the Eugene jeweler, has
donated a beautiful trophy cup,
which will be held for one year by
the team annexing the greatest num
ber of points in the competition.
No man for any organization is al
lowed to compete, who has won the
official letter on the varsity track.
This ruling was made in accordance
with the spirit of the interfraternity
games, which prohibits first class
varsity talent from competing against
the more inexperienced men.
Spirited competition and credit
able records are assured in the con
test scheduled for Saturday after
(■iris Will Wind May-Pole
Dr. Stuart reports that there are
about eighty girls practicing for the
May-Pole dance, which will take place
Tuesday afternoon of Commence
ment week. This custom is held at
many of the universities throughout
the country and has proved especially
successful at Washington, Wisconsin
and Michigan. Dr. Stuart is plan
ning to increase the features of the
dance, as well as the number of par
ticipants, and to make this one of the
big features of Commencement week.
It will be held on the campus near
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SUFFRAGE CLUB THRIVES
I Birdie Wise Will Represent Oregon
at Suffrage Banquet in Portland,
At the regular meeting of the Uni
versity Equal Suffrage Club, held
last night, plans were laid for the re
mainder of the year and the future
of the organization discussed.
Birdie Wise was ejected to repre
I sent the club at the Suffrage Ban
i quet, which is to be held in Portland
i on Friday, June 7, and plans were
' made for a lecture, which will be de
livered by Prof. Howe on June 5, at
8 P. M., in Prof. Shafer’s room.
The prospects for next year appear
bright. Throughout the year, a num
ber of prominent speakers, both men
and women, are to address the club,
and plans are also being made for
one open meeting on the campus, to
which everyone interested in this
question will be invited. Active in
terest is being displayed on every
hand, and it is earnestly hoped that
by next year a much larger percent
age of the women of the University
will be enrolled in the organization.
AT LAST MEETING
The German Club held its last
meeting of the year at the Men’s
Dormitory last evening. All the
members came dressed in Ger
man costume, and it seemed as
though Germany had come down
from the map and was taking
possession of the Dorm. After a
short business meeting, a very inter
esting program was enjoyed. Eli
zabeth Busch gave a humorous ad
dress, followed by a vocal solo by
Alfred Skei. Vernon Motchenbacher
and Jerry Martin were presented in
a humorous sketch, in which several
very choice parodies were sung.
There costumes were especially real
istic. The program was concluded
by a German folk dance, in which
the following took part: Ellice
Shearer, Alfred Skei, Maud Mastik,
Vernon Motchenbacher, Lucia Mack
iin, Chester Kronenberg, Mabel Law
rence, Jerry Martin. The remainder
of the evening was spent in dancing.
Kel'r shments were a fitting conclu
sion of it all.
Mr. and Mrs. Huggins came down
from Hood River to spend Wednesday
with their son Chester at the Alpha
Tau Omega house.
Kay Murphy, ex- id, who has been
teaching at Haines this winter, ar
rived in Eugene Monday. He will
1 stay several days.
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