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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 20, 1914)
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AT ALL GROCERS
2 NINES REMAIN
IN COP CONTEST
DEFEAT OF DORM, LEAVES
FIJIS AND PHI DELTS IN
SCORE 13-4 FOR PHI DELTS
In Second Game Fijis Take
Dorm Into Camp 5-2. Win
ners Will Battle for Title.
Cups Are Offered.
(By Willard Shaver)
The double defeat of the Dorm
baseball team in the Doughnut ser
ies leaves the Fijis and Phi Delts
each with a victory, and the winner
of this game will have undisputed
title to the Interfraternity Cham
Dorm first fell a victim to the
hard hitting Phi Delt team, which
collected off Kuck's delivery 8 sin
gles, one two bagger, two triples and
a homer. These twelve hits, garnered
in a five inning slaughter, coupled
with two walks and as many errors
netted the Bigbee team thirteen tal
The Phi Delts however didn’t have
a strangle hold on hitting for extra
bases for an error two singles, a
three sack swat and one four ply al
lowed four of Hardesty’s hopefuls
The score: it. H. E.
Phi Delts .13 12 1
Dorm . 4 4 3
The Dorm, altho’ defeated Mon
day evening by Fiji kept the score
down to 5-2 and hits were scarce on
both sides. Kuck allowed 5 and
‘‘Scoop” Rathburn 3. Hardesty poled
out a three bagger in the Fiji game
and thereby registered his first, last
and only hit of the series.
The feature of the Dorm-Fiji
game was the pitching of Big Bills’
phenom Rathburn who retired eleven
braves who faced him by the ozone
The final game of the series will
he played next week when Fiji will
bat-tie with Phi Belt. A cup will be
awarded to both first and second
place teams and to the batter who
and the highest average, providing
he has been up to bat over five
Florence Churchill, who has been
visiting her sister at the Delta Delta
Delta house, has returned to her
home in Salem.
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Prescriptions Carefully Compounded
OREGON CLUB SELECTS
OFFICERS FOR NEXT YEAR
Hubert Starr Is Chosen Presi
dent at Social Meeting
Held at Bungalow.
The Oregon club held a social and
business meeting at the Y. W. C. A.
Bungalow last Friday evening. A
new constitution was submitted and
ratified by the club.
fThe following offifcers for next
year were elected: President, Hubert
Starr; Vice-president, Callie Beck;
Secretary, Mabel Millar; Treasurer,
B. J. Fleiscchman; Athletic repre
sentative (men) William Holt, and
Athletic Representative (women)
The next meeting will be a picnic
up the McKenzie If the presnt plans
ar carried out. A committee haded
by Hubert Starr was appointed by
President Raymond Warner to make
the necessary arrangements. Those
in charge say that “the picnic will
be held on Memorial Day.” Hay
racks will be provided and the day
will be taken for the picnic.”
Dr. E. S. Conklin, at the request
of the State Commission, last week
end visited the State Deaf and Dumb
School, the Bind School and the
School for Defectve Girls, in Salem.
Several weeks ago a similar visit was
made to the School for Defective
Boys and the Reform School.
“This work is in the interests of
psychology, to see what is needed in
those institutions. Soon I will have
a report ready for the State Commis
sion, and then 1 may make known the
results of my invistigatlons,” said
About on© hundred art photo
graphs have teen mounted for use
in the library.
A shipment of law books amount
ing to $218 has recently been added
to the University library.
The back numbers of the Techni
cal World Magazine have been bought
up and it will be kept in the library
in the future.
Miss Elsie Lee, of Portland, is
visiting Mildred Broughton at the
Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
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o The annual election of offi- o
o cers for the Women’s League o
o will be held Tuesday, May 21 o
o in Villard Hall at five o’clock: o
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