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ID. Jl. C. WINS TRACK
MEET FROM OREGON
88-46 Result of Annua! Clash
Not Much of Surprise
to Varsity Fol
Hank Foster High Point Man
for U. of 0. Team; Bill
Lyle Badly Missed.
The Oregon Agriewltnr.il college won
' the annual track meet from Oregon at
Corvallis Saturday afternoon, rolling up
a total of S8 points to the 4t> gathered by
the Lemon-Yellow representatives. The
outcome of the meet was no surprise to
the Oregon followers as there was little
hope of the Varsity being able to defeat
the strong Aggie aggregation.
The only near record, or anything near
record time, was sot by Foster in run
ning the 100 in 10 seconds flat. Foster
was the high point man of the Oregon
i team carrying off 15 points. Eikelman,
I of O. A. C., was the individual high
point man of the day, getting 17 points
to Lis credit.
Capt. Coleman Wins Mile.
Captain Coleman won his letter by
taking first in the mile. In the half mile
he allowed his teammate Seen to win his
orange "O" by slowing down in the last
fifty yards and letting Scea take the
lead. “Oklahoma Bill” I.yle was badly
missed by Oregon in the mile event as he
would have made Coleman burry to grab
first. Lyle has been declared not eligible
as this is liis first year at Oregon. The
one year residence rule keeps him out.
Jack Montague took first place for
Oregon in the 440 with Seen, of O. A. C.,
second. In the high hurdles Kikelman.
'or the Aggies, won by a matter of inches
over Wilson of Oregon. “Hank” Foster
grabbed the broad jump for Oregon iu
his last try, setting the mark at 22 feet
1 inch, which was just an inch and a half
better than the mark of Ross.
As the University of Washington has
called off her track meet with the Ag
gies for May 18 and has cancelled her
date to meet Oregon here next Saturday,
it is probable that another meet will be
held between the two schodls.
Summary of Saturday’s meet.
Following is a summary of the meet:
Shotput—Eikelman, A., first; Gilbert,
O.. second; Runquist, O., third. Distance,
37 feet, l(Ha inches.
Milo run—Coleman, A., first; Spriggs,
A., second; Reynolds, A., third. Time,
440-yard dash—Montague, O.. first;
Scea, A., second; Skisler, O., third
Time, :54 1-5.
Pole vault—Horner, A., first; West,
A., second; Eikelman, A., third. Height,
9 feet 9 inches. |
120-yard high hurdles—Eikelman, A.,
first; Wilson, O.. second; Radcliffe, A.,
third. Time, 16 2-5 seconds.
100-yard dash—Foster, O., first; Mat
tox, A., second; Carter, A., third. Time,
10 seconds flat.
Two miles—Spriggs A., first; Ford,
A., second; Reynolds, A., third. Time,
High jump—Patton, A., first; Eikel
man, A., second; lirown and Estes, O..
tied for third. Height, 5 feet 6 inches. !
880-yard run—Seen. A., first; Coleman
A., second; Schlister, O., third. Time,
Discus—Runquist, O., first; Eikelman,
A., second; Gilbert, O., third. Distance
121 feet 2 inches.
220-yard low hurdles—Foster. O.,
first; Wilson, O.. second; Horner, A.,
third. Time, 26 3-5 seconds.
Javelin—McClain, A., first; Heywood,
O., second; Lodell, A., third. Distance,
159 feet 8^ inches.
220-yard dash—Mattox, A., first; Car
ter, A., second; Wilson, O., third. Time,
22 2-5 seconds.
Broad jump-—Foster, O., first; Ross,
A., second; West, A., third. Distance, 22
feet, 1 inch.
Relay won by Oregon. Time, 3:40.
Referee, Lieutenant S. A. Halsted,
Note—A stands for Aggies, O. for
TRE I\IU ELECTS OFFICERS
Mabel Weller President of Business
Girls’ Club for Next Year.
Mabel Weller was eleetert president
of Tie Nu society, which met at the
Bungalow at 3:30 Sunday. Other officer*
for next year are Jennie Maguire, vice
president; E'iten Tomkins, secretary, and
Erma Laird, treasurer.
J. O. Holt, president of the Eugene
Fruit Growers’ association, talked to the
members of the ciuo an patriotic sum
mer work. He spoke highly of the unit
plans followed by college women last
year, and commended Vassar women for
their war work. The meeting adjourned
that the girls might attend ‘.he vesper
After vespers the club was invited to
the home ox Professor and Mrs. Albert
R. Sweeisci where a sb xrt business
meeting was held. Pins for the club
For the College Girl
White shoes, low shoes, oxfords
brown Sammv Boot and Sport shoes
of all kinds.
You will Find Just What You j
want at Price’s and will always have
Courteous Treatment and Prompt
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were chos • u, after which Mif Sweetser
served lunc toon
The retiring officers are Lillian Haus
ler, president; Mary Moore, vice pr«si
dent; Mabel Welk r, secretary, an i Mae
The next regular meeting will be a
SOPHS TO STAGE SECOND
DANCE OF YEAR MAY 18
Take This Method to Refill Drained!
A second dance by the sophomore
class will be given in the men's gym
nasium May IS. The class coffers
have beeu drained during the year, and
the dance will be the means of again
putting the class on a strong financial
footing. A tax of thirty-five cents per
couple will be levied.
This dance is open to the entire Uni
versity and present prospects indicate
that a large number of students will
attend. Refreshments will be served.
The committee in charge of the danee
| consists of .Tack Dundore, chairman;
Helen Case, and .Stan Atkinson. Plans
for a novel feature have been started,
which when materialized will make the
affair a sure success.
The library has received n hook called
‘‘In Our First Year Of War,” which is j
a collection of the messages «nd ad
dresses to Congress and citizens of the
United States delivered by Woodrow
ilson from March 5, 1917 to January
Conference Batting Averages
Lind. . .
Sheehy .... 29
256 81 100
MONEY AND SHOE LEATHER
LETTING US REPAIR YOUR SHOES.
THE PEERLESS SHOE SHOP
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