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EVENTS PAT EXPENSES
Willamette Baseball Game and M. A.
A. C. Track Meet Are Financial
With good crowds at the Willam
ette University baseball game and at
the Multnomah Club track meet, Ore
gon almost “broke even” in expenses.
Following are Manager Arthur M.
Report of Oregon vs. Willamette
baseball game, Eugene, April 25:
Receipts exclusive of season
tickets . $51.00
Per guarantee to Willamette ... $55.00
Pasting on bill-boards of one
sheets . 2.50
Total expenditures. $57.50
Deficit . 6.50
Multnomah vs. Oregon track meet,
Saturday, April 26, Eugene, Ore.:
By A. B. Cash, east gate. $13.75
By Sam Michael, west gate. 41.25
Total receipts, exclusive of
student tickets . $55.00
Expenses of Multnomah Club
team . $48.40
Balance turned into treasury. .. 6.60
INCLUDED IN CONTEST
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leges to enter the plan, which has
been proposed by Oregon and O. A.
C. It was originally fathered by H.
C. Hetzel, of 0. A. C.
CLEVER STUNTS MARK
ANNUAL APRIL FROLIC
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ice cream cones, candy and dancing
A committee of faculty women
judged the stunts for originality,
cleverness and presentation, and pre
sented the cup to Kuppa Alpha Theta,
besides making honorable mention of
several others who were adjudged
WEATHER MAY AFFECT
(Continued from first page.)
0. A. C. Has Good Staff.
His pitching staff looks as big and
formidable as Spencer’s Butte, with
the veteran Culver as a mainstay
and McMillan and Moreland for sup
port. McMillan is a left-hander and
has been going like a run-away this
Spring, having to his credit several
nice games pitched against the pro
fessional team from Regina in the
Canadian Twilight League. He or
Culver will no doubt bo Garrett’s first
call to face Oregon Friday, while Big
bee will take up the burden in oppo
sition. Welch, who proved so effec
tive against the O. A. C. last Spring,
will no doubt work in the second
A big crowd is expected to turn
out for these games, Manager Geary
planning to stir up the towns-people
by some sort of a new advertising
stunt, for which he and "Oski-Kink”
Blackwell are scheming. The price
of admission will be thirty-five cents,
four bits being assessed for reserved
seats in the grandstand. The game
on Friday will be called at 11:15, while
that on Saturday has been set ahead
to 8:00 o’clock. “Bud Anderson or
“Jack” Johnson will officiate.
President Van Hise, of Wisconsin,
has issued a warning to Wisconsin
Sophomores that no hazing will be
tolerated. He says, “There has been
no suspension of the law against haz
ing and any Sophomore or Upper
classman who participates in it, does
so at his own risk. The action of the
faculty and regents for violations
will probably be more drastic than
ever.” • *
Whitman College is predicting a
jolt in Oregon’s chances in the dis
tance** at the coming conference meet
on May 31st. Barrett, one of their
distance men, recently ran the three
mile handicap on the Ankeny track
Boyer’s Dancing School
Tuesdays, 7:30 to 9 P. M.
Saturday, 2::8:0 to 6 P. M.
West Seventh Street.
Vincent A Haghes, Props.
Student trade appreciated.
Order Work a Specialty
Over First National Bank
M. MILLER 22 Waat Eighth
ALICE L. SIMMONS
Latest Fancies in Spring Hats.
172 East Ninth Street.
57 10th Ave. W.
Ninth and Willamette
President Kane, of the University
of Washington,, is making an ex
tended visit among the large Univer
sities of the East, for the purpose of
securing new professors and instruc
Paschal! scores at Qbak’s.
OMAR R. 0ULLION, M. D.
BYE, EAR, NOSE AND TBROAT
OMco Hoar*, 10 to 12; 2 to 4, **4 by
Appointment. Ml White Tample.
Phono Main 317.
Linn Drug Go.
Prescriptions Carefully Com
Champion Bool Black
at Palace Barber Shop
PETE, - - Proprietor
Preston & Hales
For Cook’s Wax,
Floor Polish, Paints, Stains
Latest, Up-to-Date Films.
Cool, Well Ventilated, Pleasant.
Finest, Freshest and Bcsi
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Adams Tea Company
Milk Oak Mrati
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Skin and Scalp Diseases a Specialty.
Phone Main 888.
fiair Dressing and manicuring
All Kinds of Hair Work.
Over Dodge Dept. Store, Eugene, Ore.
Barges* Optical Co.
S«l Willamette St.
FACTORY ON PREMISES
W. F. Osbum, Prop.
MODERN AND UP-TO-DATE
Rooms en Suite or Single
Dining Room Popular with Stu
dents of U. of O.
Baseball scores at Obaks.
Wants Your Banking Business
T. G. HHNDR1CKS, PmUwt.
P. & SNODGRASS. VU*-Pr«aU«»t.
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FROM BETTER TO WORSE '
A HOBOES HOLLOWEEN
ALSO ANOTHER COMEDY
THE FISHER MAIDENS—Singing and Dancing.
LETELLIER—A Handcuff King.
Prices: 15 and 25 Cents.
BANGS LIVBBT COMPANY
Cab Service, Automobiles, Baggage
Transfer aael Storage.
BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY
Dunn & Price
Phene 72 30 Bast Ninth
Let ua teach you how to
save your money. Then by
the time you finish caliege
you will have something te
start life on.
Eugene Com * Savings
THREE PER CENT ON SAVINGS
The external refreshment parlor,
where yen wit] find finished workmen
and everything as they should be,
fimrt sloes and up-to-date, at the
An any art booth task in senneetiea.
Hi WHUmette street.
DR. C. B. WILLOUGHBY
DR. F. L. NORTON
Reens (, McCtung Bldg., Eugene, Ore
MacDonald’s candies. Just in.
Eagla Drug Co. Phont 928.
Yours Solefully for a Better Un
Jim. the Shoe Doctor
64# Willamette a
Cilice Hours, 9 ta 12; 1:30 to a.
DR. L. L. BAKER
* S29 Willamette St.
Idaho Champ bell Bldg. Tel. 629.
For up-to-date Photos ,
J. B. ANDERSON, Photographer ,
For the Workshop
Griffin Hardware Co.
Corner Ninth and Willamette
DR. S. D. READ
Phone 397. 583 Willamette St.
Druggists to the student. Eagle
Drug Co. Phene 623.
The beading Store
We have just received our New
Springy Suits and Furnishings, The 1
styles and patterns arc the finest ever
shown in Eugene,