SCRUBS Mm ROSEBURG TWICE GAMES WILL BE MAY 21 AND 22 AT STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL. 11 MEN WILL MAKE TRIP Roseburg Twilight Baseball League Will Entertain Stu dents. Oregon Should Take Both Games. Tomorrow morning at G:30 Ore gon's second team leaves tor Rose burg where two games will be play ed with a Roseburg team on Thurs day and Friday as a part of the an nual Strawberry Festival held there. The team will be the guests of the T weight Bj&seball League of that city during their stay. The Strawberry festival at Rose burg is an annual affair held In the Southern Oregon town to cele brate the opening of the strawberry season in that city, famous, with its surrounding country, for this fruit. Coupled with this week of gaiety it has become a custom for the en tertainers to import Oregon’s second team as a part of the entertainment for the crowds. • The second team is composed largely of men who have been out for ball all season and is a feward for their faithfulness in helping shape the varsity into action when they are unable to hold down posi tions there themselves. The team this year will be enter tained by the city from Thursday until Sunday and are assured a good time and all the strawberries that they can eat. The team will bo ac campanied by assistant-manager Clark llurgard, who expects to win the games. Oregon had little diffi culty in walking away with the hon ors last year. However it is report ed that Roseburg has a picked team this year aad Intends to put up a better exhibition ol' the naional game than thut of lust yeur. The team as picked by assistant manager Burgard, Manager Walker and Coach Bezdek indicates that Furney and Beckett will hold down the mound and In case Fleming can be spared from the varsity squad which goes to Corvallis Friday, he will probably be taken on the south ern trip. The line-up is as follows: Furuey and Beckett, pitchers; Kings ley, catcher; Billings, 1st base; Hughes, 3ml b; Williams, ss; Hun tington, 3b; Wlilhelm, If.; Van Mar ter, cf.; Fltzmaurice, rf.; One other man will be taken. INTERCLASS MEET IS PLANNED FOR THURSDAY Members of Track Squad Can Compete nl Only One Event Every University of Oregon student, capable of donning a pair of track spikes is eligible for the inter class track and field meet to be held at the University next Thursday afternoon. The meet, an annual affair, will de cide the class championship of the Uni versity, and this year it will probably lie between the freshmen and sopho mores, as these two classes contain the most truck material. Graduate Manager Dean Walker has offered a cup for the ! class winner, and medals will be pro vided for the individual point winners.! Members of the University track! squad will lie allowed to compete in only one event, thereby minimizing tlicit ability in the meet. The meet will be 1 held Thursday afternoon, in order not to conflict with the training of the Varsity squad for the conference meet at l'ullmau next weak ut which the l ui versity will be represented by a seven man team. “DUTCH”AXXUXSEN Oregon's veteran third sacker, now heading the hatting list, who Plays this Week-end. LIMCOLN HIGH SENIORS WILL PRODUCE SYLVIA Musical Comedy to Be Staged at Eugene Theatre Saturday. The senior class of Lincoln High school of Portland will put on “Syl vester,” a musical comedy at the Eu gene theatre, Saturday night. The production is of the pastoral var iety, and according to press reports is an extremely clever production. Miss Minnie Nemorovsky is in the title role and is said to have remark able dramatic ability and an excel lent soprana voice. Pinkerton Day as a wealthy farmer, is the lead man. The liig'li school troupe has played twice in Portland to full houses and put on one matinee in that city. Friday night they will show in Cor vallis. During their stay in Eugene they will be the guests of the fra ternities and sororities on the cam pus. SAVOY THEATRE Where tlu» crowds no—Better Show—1 Oc Thursday Afternoon THROUGH THE CLOUDS — The big sensational wonder ful Apex four reel state right feature. Sensational and thrilling. KEYSTONE COMEDY Fun maker. WlUGllT BROS In vaude ville. Friday Siwclnl BATHE'S Great feature showing Rattle at Vera Cruz Men falling before the cannon Great wonderful battle scenes Coining BAUD RAINEY’S WONDFit ful t> reel African Hunt and Customs of wild animals. FAMOUS FLAYERS Jack London’s great Sou Wolf in seven reels. Watch Our Urograms TRY THE VARSITY BARBER SHOP Eleventh and Alder Sts. DONALD D. DUNCAN, Proprietor GIVE THE VENCEDORA A TRIAL We Have Candy and Soda 730 Willamette < » EX AMfl X ATI OX SCHEDULE ( 2nd Semester 1913-14. < < ooooooooooooooooooo All •examinations will be two houfs in length and no longer. The exam ination in all divisions of freshman English Composition will be given from 10 to 12 a. m., on Saturday, June 6th. The schedule of other ex aminations will be as follows: All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects, re citing at 1 p. 'm., Monday June 8, 10 a. m. All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects re citing 0 a. m. Monday June 8, 10 a. m. All 1 and 2 hour subjects, reciting 8 a. m., Monday June 8, 1 to 3 p. m. All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects, re citing at 10 a. m., Tuesday, June 9, 8\o 10 a. m. All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects, re citing at 11 a. m., Tuesday, June 9, 10 to 12 a. m. All 1 and 2 hour subjects, recit ing at 9 a. m., Tuesday, June 9, 1 to 3 p. m. All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects, recit ing at 8 a. m., Wednesday, June 10, at 8 to 10 a. m. All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects, recit ing at 2 p. m., Wednesday, June 10, at 10 to 12 a. m. All 1 and 2 ho,ur subjects, recit ing ■ at 10 a. m., Wednesday, June 10, at 1 to 3 p. m. All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects recit ing at 3 p. m., Thursday, June 11, 8, to, 10 a. m. All 3, 4 and 5 hour subjects recit ing at 4 p. m., Thursday, June 11, at 1 0 to 1 2 a. in. All 1 and 2 hour subjects, recit ing at 11 a. m., Thursday, Juue 11, at J to 3 p. in. All 1 and 2 hour subjects, recit ing at 1 p. m., Friday, June 12, at 8 to 10 a. m. All I and 2 hour subjects, recit ing at 2 p. m., Friday, June 12, at 10 to 12 a. m. All 1 and 2 hour subjects recit ing at 3 p. m., Friday, June 12, at I to 3 p. m. 4 o’clock classes in 1 and 2 hour subjects may be examined from 3 to ."> p. m. on any desired day. Any instructor having two 2 hour or two 1 hour, or two 2 hour and one 1 hour course reciting at the same time may give the examination at tlie regular time and the other from 3 to 5 on the same day or some lat er day. No examination will be given ear lier than the regular examination schedule, without faculty action, and no examination will be released from its scheduled time unless conflicts compel, in which case it will be plac ed at some time later than the time regularly scheduled. ART STUDIO Orders carefully filled. Lessons given in Oil and Water Color, Rainbow and China Decoration. MARION R. FIELDS 42 W. tith St. Phone 295 WOMAN’S EXCHANGE Home Cooking Phone Us Your Orders 1056 Geo. Sovern, A. C. Rathmell The Palace BARBER SHOP AND BATHS 519 Willamette St. Phone 971. Eugene, Oregon “De you want a (hint?” ‘•Yee." See PETE The Shine Docter. J47 Willamette. Goodyear Welt Shoe Repairing JIM~“Shoe Doctor” V. MOTSCHEXBACHER warissMmmmni “Motsy” is seen in his fighting togs, laying for 0. A. C. The executive committee of the National Collegiate Alumnae, re quest all members of the organiza tion be prepared to take the Fairmont car leaving the station at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon for the picnic to be held in Hendricks Park. A full attendance is 'desired, as election of officers for the ensuing year will be held. Eugene High and Salem high will meet in a dual track meet in Eu gene next Saturday 'Pennants and pillow tops in stock for Fats at Obaks. BRODERS BROS. Wholesale and Retail Dealers la FRESH MEATS CORNED MEATS SMOKED MEATS Phone 40 Eugene, Ore. . LINN DRUG CO. Phone 217 Free Delivery KODAK SUPPLIES Eastman Agency Quick Service—Good Things to Eat—IPhone 581 WHITE LUNCH B. C. EATON, Proprietor Good Coffee—Good Milk Try Our Waffles 27 9th Ave. E. Eugene, Ore. Rex Floral Co. 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