BENEFIT PLAY FOR STUDENT BODY DEBT 'The Fortune Hunter,” SchecJ~ uled Down Town In Three Weeks. The student body will present "The Fortune Hunter” in a down town thea ter in three weeks, as a benefit perfor mance to assist in paying off the student body debt, decided the executive com mittee in special meeting Thursday and Friday evenings. James Mott, who has coached University plays for several years, will be the coach. Tryouts for parts in the cast, which comprises eighteen men and four girls, will be held Wednesday evening at 7 o’clock in Guild ball. Every member of the S. A. T. C. and every girl on the campus is urged to try out. "This is going to be strictly a campus talent play,” said Ella Dews, chairman of the committee this morning, “and we want everyone interested to show his school spirit by backing the production.” The committee has worked out a novel idea for advertising and the sale of seats. Tickets will be in the form o'f tags. The week before the play will be turned into a grand ’tag week.” Th students hav ing charge of the seat sale will be able to check up on the number of students not patronizing the production very eas ily, for everyone will be asked to wear the ticket-tag every day. Few, it is thought, will thus escape the opportu nity of seeing this student body benefit. The classes in dramatic interpretation are co-operating with the committee in making arrangements. Students of this department are urged to try out for places on the east. Arrangements will 1 ■ Favorite Resort of Student Dinner Dances Teas and Banquets a Specialty be midp so that the :■>. A. T. C. men can be released for rehearsals. * The committee in charge comprises j Ella Dews. chairman; Dorothy Flegal, j Henry English and Jack Dundore. MULTNOMAH TRAMPLES (Continued from page 1.) son makes six yards through center. Mc Kenna makes yard through neuter. T"b;n makes two yards through tenter. Half ends with ball on 40-yard line Score: M A. C. G; Oregon 0. Second Half. Callison goes m center for Layton. 1 E. Jseobberger kicks off 00 yards to ■ McKenna who returns ball for 10 cards, i I’eterson makes five yards through line. ! robin makes tv.o yatds through center. J Peterson through center for 10-yard ' gain. McKenna fails to make yardage j through center. Peterson passes to i Eeichtingrr for 25-yurd gain. McKenna fails to make yardage through right tack ‘ lc. Peterson makes five yards around j right end. Bail Id-yard line. McKenna makes yard with line back. Multnomah ; penalized Id yards for holding. Peterson attempts to pass but pass is intercepted by Blake who runs ball back one yard. Ball on Oregon's 20-yard line. Kraemer goes in for York. E. Jnc bberger makes 10 yards around right end. F. Jacobliet ger punts for 40 yards. McKenna re ceives and runs ball back two yards. Ft | terson makes four yards on line buck. Tobin goes through line for 10 yards. McKenna fails to make yardage through center. Peterson makes four yards through tackle. McKenna fumbles. Stra han recovering on 40-yard line- F. Ja eobbergor makes yard. Jacobberger ’o Jacobberger pass fails. Jacobberger pass es to Wilson for 20 yards. F. Jacobberg er to Wilson pass fails. F. Jacobberger fails to gain through tackle. Francis Jacobberger passes to Vincent for 10 yard gain. Jake to Jake again makes four yards by pass. Jacobberger to Hauser pass fails. Thirty-five yards made by three passes. Ball on Multnomah’s 30 yard line. Jacobberger to Plummer pass fails. Peterson breaks up pass from Jake to .Take. Oregon fails to make yardage. McKenna and Tobin both fail to break line for gain in new two line bucks. Peterson punts 20 yards to Vincent. Jacobberger who is downed in his tracks With ball in middle of field time is call ed for Vincent Jacobberger. Bixbee goes in for Tobin. F. Jacobberger fumbles Itchbein. Quarter ends with ball in cen ter of field. Third Quarter Peterson makes 15 yards through cen ter. Time out for Peterson. Peterson badly hurt. Tobin goes in his place. McKenna makes yard through tackle. Tobin makes yard around end. Ball on Oregon’s 20-yard line. McKenna goes through right tackle for two yards. Mc 1 Kemm makes five-yard ruin through tackle for another touchdown. Score, Oregon 0; M. A. A. C. 13. McKenna kicks goal. Mulnomah kicked off to Blake, who runs ball back for five yards. Jacob berger makes four yards through right end, but fails to gain on next line buck. C.illison passes over Jacobberger's head for 10-yard loss. Under shadow of goal BAT TERIES Willard THREADED RUBBER Batteries Have 10 to 15 per cent More Power for same size Battery. ROY J. ANDERSON * - “Cost Less Because They Last Longer” 7th and Oak Streets. Eugene, Oregon. AUTO MOBILE HABIT Governs 95 per cent of our actions and saves us end less worry. This is ac complished through the education of the mind and muscles to act automatical ly. 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The sum of $41,500 has been appor tioned to the state of Oregon and $0,000 of this amount is to be raised on tl.e i University of Oregon campus. At a moct | tng held last Sunday in Portland to de iide many preliminary matters the Uni versity ui Oregon was represented by Miss Tirza Dinsdale, general secretary of the Y. W. C. A.; Essie Maguire, pres ident of the Y. AY. C. A.; Mrs- W. P. Fell, member of the advisory board of the Y. W. C. A.; Dr. A. E. Caswell, Her ald White, and Alexander Brown. A second meeting called a speakers’ training conference was held in Portland on Thursday, and was attended from the University by Miss Dinsdale and Miss Maguire. Miss Dinsdale, who will act as head of publicity for the state of Oregon during the campaign, will spend very lit tle time on the University campus for several weeks. Her place is being taken in the office at the Bungalow by Miss Dorothy Collier, a graduate of the Uni versity last year. While in the Univci sity Miss Collier was a member of the Y. AY. C- A. cabinet for several terms. posts F. .Taoobborger punts 45 yards and Hauser downs McKenna in tracks. Ball in center of field. Bixbee makes eight yards through cen ter. McKenna runs through line for seven yards. Bixbee makes another gain of four yards through line. Ball on 1S yard line. McKenna goes through line for two yards. Multnomah makes yard age. Bixbee makes no gain on end run. Pass McKenna to Feichtinger puts ball on two-yard line. Bixbee makes end run for touchdown. Score, Oregon 0; M. A. A. C. 20. Quarter ends. The lineup: Oregon Multnomah Hauser.L.E.'... Welch Strahan.L.T. Blach Sharp.L.G. llimple Layton. C. Lint tit Gilbert.R.G. York Trowbridge.R.T. Relibein Wilson.R.E. Foichtingor F. .Tacobberger_ Q. McKenna V. Jacobbergcr-L.Il.Graham Plummer.R.H. Tobin Blake. F. Peterson Officials: Plowden Stott, referee; Blan chard, umpire; Mills, head linesman. First Quarter. L.II. - de.ti.. ila I SOCIETY NOTES With dance halls shut, movies closed down and infirmaries scattered about the campus, college entertainment of any kind has ceased. All interest in consequence has centered about the game between Oregon and Multnomah Club this after noon on Kincaid field. Miss Marip Louise Allen, ’17. who was last year a post graduate student in the school of architecture, is now in Port land with the architecture firm of Law rence and Holfonl. Miss Allen is work ing on the Portland housing scheme for shipyard workers. Miss Esther Warner, cx-’21, of Med ford, and a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, who was a freshman in the Uni versity last year, is now with the Stan clifer steel plant, Vancouver, Washing ton. She is doing ship drafting for the firm. Dorothy Sanford and Lucille and Man line Elrod left Friday evening for Port land to spend the week-end. They will drive back Sunday in Miss Sanford's car. Miss Gladyse Bowen was a dinner guest Wednesday evening at the Kappa Alpha Theta house. George Beggs, ex-’21, returned to the campus today for a short visit. Lieu tenant Beggs spenr the summer in train ing at the Presidio and recently received the commission of-second lieutenant at Camp Perry, Ohio. He is now detailed at Reed college. • Kappa^Kappa Gamma entertained for Dorothy Wheeler. '17. last night with a dinnpr, stunt party and feed. Miss | Wheeler leaves for Washington, D, C., ' next Friday, where she will do civil i service work. : Dr. Cannon and Miss Morris. Dr. Thompson and Miss Caiof !fi v/iiSi*Qc. Four emergency infirmaries have been established <>.v university authorities to | rare for ohm's of colds among the stu 1 dents as a prevention against the Span ish influenan. Two infirmaries for wo men and two for men have been equip ped by the Red Cross, the National Lea gue for Womens’ service and by dona tions from individuals. The women’s infirmaries arc located at 1101 University avenue and at the corner of fifteenth and Alder streets, 'Tite one on University avenue is under the supervision of Dr. Cannon with Miss i Winslow, Beatrice Wetherbee, and Ruby | Bogue as her assistants. The house has | been equipped as nearly like a regular hospital as possible in the short time given to prepare for emergency eases. Kincaid House In Use The Kincaid house at Fifteenth and Alder is under the supervision of Miss Margaret Morris with Miss Mabel Gor man, Kva llanson and Kathleen Johnson assistants. These two houses have furn ished sufficient accommodations for all the women of the University who have been considered ill enough to have spe cial care. The house on University Ave nue will under ordinary conditions care for all cases of illness among the stu dents of the Univrsity and it is being thoroughly equipped so that it will be a little hospital in itself. The men’s infirmaries have been es tablished in the Fiji house and the l‘hi Delta Theta house. The Fiji house is earing for members of the S. A. T. C. wh> are ill. Miss Myra t'alef of the lu'd Cross is iu charge of this infirmary and her assistant is .Miss Lucille Dunn. Those working with them are Mrs. I*. L. (.'ampin'll, Miss Traiu, Miss Umh Roach. The Phi Delta Theta house is caring for members of the O. T. and for some members of the S. A. T. C. Dr. Mary Thompson is in charge of this house aud has as her assistants Mrs. Martha Watson. Mrs. Shelton. Mrs. C. V. Page and Mrs. Idaho Campbell. 77 Patients Under Treatment Altogether there tire 77 patients, none ! of whom are seriously ill and all are re ported to he Improving. A great deal of help has been given , In women of the town in furnishing their ears as means of conveyance and in do uati’ie. necessary articles for the infirm ariis. Mrs. P. K. Snodgrass. Mrs. Ter esa Jnekson and Airs. AY. 1*. Fell have been especially active in helping to equip the infirmaries in a short time. Their interest has been very much appreciated by those in charge. GLEE TRYOUTS POSTPONED Twolve Places to Bo Filled Oil Girls’ Club at First. Tryouts for the Girls’ Glee Club have been postponed indefinitely until the ban on meetings has been raised, according ; to Melba Williams, president of the club. The first meeting of the year was held the first of the week and tryouts were set for Thursday and Friday, but later were put off. About twelve places on. the club are to be filled, Aliss Williams stated, and these arc divided among the different voices about as follows: soprano, tjiree: second soprano, two; alto, four; second alto, three. Meetings are to be held four times each •wfcek from f> until ti in the afternoon. 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