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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 24, 1920)
WOMAN’S 6AME WANTED
DEFISENT FROM O. A. C. FOR
Material for Varsity Team Will Be
Picked on Showing Made in
A letter from the Oregon Agricul
tural College has been received by
Miss Mabel Cummings, director of
the women’s physical education de
partment, challenging the women of
the University of Oregon to a game
of basketball to be played in the near
“I am in favor of occasional in
formal games with neighboring insti
tutions, where sport does not have to
be commercialized on a paying basis.
We hope to meet O. A. C- in tennis
this year. Before the war we used
to have an annual tennis meet and
we hope to have it resumed,” said
Miss Cummings, when asked for her
opinion of inter-collegiate athletics
The council of the Women’s Ath
letic Association considered the ques
tion of the game with 0. A. C. at the
last meeting but thought it much bet
ter to leave the decision to the mem
bers of the association. The question
will be decided at the meeting which
will bo held some time next week.
“As yOt there is no Varsity team
but it is almost certain that one will
be chosen to play O. A• C. after the
inter-class series has been completed.
There is good material for a team
and there is no reason why we should
not defeat O. A. C. if we decide to
play them,” said Ruth Flegal, he§d
of basketball for women.
It is expected that many of the
girls now playing on the ck*ss teams
will try out for the Varsity team.
AGAINST FLU OUTBREAK
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possible, to observe well known habits
of eating—as a matter of fact, it is
not so much the lack of knowledge
of how to maintain health as it is the
lack of a little determination at the
right time, that causes so much of
our ills ”
Infirmary to Vaccinate
The infiramary is prepared to vac
cinate any student against smallpox,
and it is hoped by the committee
that many will take advantage of
this. It is the regular work of the
infirmary to do such vaccinating and
it is considered necessary just now
since there are cases from time to
time of smallpox in Eugene.
POINT SYSTEM FOR STUDENTS
MAY BE ESTABLISHED HERE
(Continued from page 1)
Manager, Track . 4
Executive Council ...—.. 3
Interfraternity Council Secretary .... 1
Chairman Greater Oregon com.
Other recognized student body com
mittee memberships, class officers,
class athletics . I
The student council is to have power
to recommend changes in the above
schedule to the probation committee,
and this committee’s action shall be
final. The committee which arranged
the point system schedule are Dean
Eric Allei\, chairman, Dr. J. F. Bo
vard, Lindsay McArthur, Era God
frey, and Stanford Anderson.
Frosh Pay for Celebration Damage*
It is the custom of the University
of Colorado for freshmen to pay for
the damage they do in celebrations.
Citizens have presented claims for
$150 and the freshmen are asking for
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