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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1921)
MEET AGGIES TODAY
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up better than they have at any time this
T. Morris Dunne, secretary of the A
A. U.. was unable to reach Eugene today
for the meet and Walt Hummel will be
referee in his stead. The other officials
are printed below. The meet will begin
promptly at 2:15, in order to allow Hie
students and fans a chance to attend the
ball game which begins at 4 o’clock.
Scoring Is Explained.
In the meet, first counts 5, a second
and a third 1 point. Three men from
each school may be entered. To make
bis letter, a man must win either a first
place or nine points in the season. It is
expected that either Pettier or Wyatt
will make a letter, iu the half mile.
Walkley is expected to take the one and
two mile event unless O. A. C. runs in
a dark horse. “Ole” Larson, Del Ober
teuffer and Roscoe Hemenway stand a
good chance in the 220 or the 100; iu
fact all the entrants have a chance, since
there are only two old letter men back,
these being Walkley and Sunderleaf.
The order of events will be: track.
KM) yard dash, one mile run, 220 yard
dash, 120 high hurdles* 440 yard run,
two mile run, 220 yard low hurdle race,
and the relay; field, pole vault, putting
10-pound shot, running high jump, discus
throw, itinning broad jump, and the jave
All the officials are asked to meet in
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List of Entries.
The entries for each event are as fol
100 and 220—Larson. Hemenway and
Oberteuffer, Oregon; Snook, Jennings
Cook, O. A. C.
440 yard—Sunderleaf, Colfins and Lu
cas, Oregon; Rose, Kellogg, Richert and
Jacobson, O. A. C.
120 high hurdles—Kuhnhausen, Mc
Kinney and Nunn, Oregon; Draper and
Pawling, O. A. C.
220 low hurdles—Hemenway. Kuhn
hausen and McKinney, Oregon; Goodale
Swart.hout and Seiberts, O. A. C.
Half mile—Walkley, Wyatt, Pettier
and Akers, Oregon; Sims, Hollinger
Deigli, Connett and Stone, O. A. C.
Mile—Walkley, Koepp and Kays, Ore
gon; Scea, Low and Wliilliff, O. A. C.
Two mile—Blackburn and Walkley
Oregon; Hobert, McCormick and New
house, O. A. C.
Relay—Sunderleaf, Collins, Lucas, Wy
att and Hayslip, Oregon; O .A. C. en
tries not given.
High jump—Blackaby and Jensen, Ore
gon; Madsen, Draper and Seiberts, O
Running broad jump—Kuhnhausen
Bowles and Blackaby, Oregon; Seiberts
Ross and Pendall, O. A. C.
Shot put—Shields, Tuck, Brown and
Straclian, Oregon; Powell, Luebkc and
Hayden, O. A. C.
Pole vault—Ingle, Jensen and Phillips.
Oregon; Oslurn, Garliart and Drew, O
Discus—-Tuck, Brown, Shields and
Strachan, Oregon; Powell, Luebke and
Hayden, O. A. C.
Javelin—Tuck, Jensen and Tngle, Ore
gon; Dolton, Luebke and Damon, O.
The officials for the dual meet are:
Inspectors—Vic Bradeson, Edwin Dur
no. J. M. Reynolds.
Judges of the finish—Colin V. Dy
ment, W. F. G. Tliaeher, Earl Simmons
E. M. Duffy.
Field judges—Captain Everett May
Shy Huntington, L. ,T. Frank, Ed. Vi ard.
Timers—Raymond H. Wheeler, F. L
Ominis, Robert Johnson.
Clerk of the course—Thomas Chap
Press steward—Floyd Maxwell.
Marshals—Slim Crandall and the Or
der of the “O.”'
BOWMAN ELECTED HEAD
BY PHI DELTA KAPPA
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in our complex machinery of life, ae
cording to Dr. Sheldon. ‘‘We must get
rid of our mechanical standards and get
faith in ordinary men and women.” went
“U the speaker. “Democracy is not ev
erybody fussing a little in the details of
everything. This means inefficiency and
ultimate self-destruction. Democracy is
the selecting of wise leaders, and then
trusting them,” declared Dean Sheldon
Plans were made for the banquet and
program for the dedication of the new
educational building, on May 27. ^ is*
itors on the campus at this time will be.
State Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion .T. A. Churchill; City Superintendent
D. A. Grout, of Portland; Assistant
Superintendent Cole, of the Seattle
schools, as well as representatives of
other schools of education .
Patronize Emerald Advertisers.
Graduation Gifts of Jewels Are Gifts <
Of Life Memory *
Only once in a lifetime do you have the chance to give your friends "
a graduation gift. The days you have spent together are soon over, but
the memories are not gone.
Gifts That Last
Are the gifts you can secure from our store. What is nicer than a
memory of the pleasant past. A reason you should give a gift ol
jewelry. t ** Ml
Luckey’s Jewelry Store Is the Home of Graduation Gifts.
Ever since 1869 we have been in Eugene. For decades students
have bought their graduation gifts from us. Now is the time for you
to consider the most suitable gift. Come in and let us assist you in de
ciding what will be best.
Silver Toilet Set
Cold Hat Pins
Silver Hat Pins
Birth Stone Bing
Fountain Pen Bibboi
Eye Glass Reel
Fountain Pen J
Agate Ring ’»
Brilliant Bar Pin
Pierceless Ear Rings
i Soap Box
Tooth Brush Tube
('old Cream Jars
Sterling Belt Buckle
Pipe I ■
Soft Collar Pins
Birth Stone Ring
I ngersoll Watch
Letter Opener n
Desk Set X
Leather Card Case
Clothes 'Brush I
Carving Set Vt
Traveling Brush ^
Full Dress Sets IV
Satchel Tag • ’fl
Napkin Holder t, \
Field Glasses Y 1
Agate Stick Pin • * \
Ash Tray '
Smokers Set \
Stick Pin Case
Leather Jewel Box
Book Mark \
Match Box Holder '
Flic Card Case
LUCKEY’S JEWELRY STORE
j._‘‘The White Man and his Rivals.”
II.—“Has the Sun Begun to Set on this
White Race of Ours?”
Two addresses oil a burning: theme by the Student
Pastor, Bruce J. Giffen, at the
Central Presbyterian Church
The first of these, Sunday morning at the 11 o’clock
service, and the other one week later.
8 p. m., Pictures of the Monuments of Ancient Egypt,
with a description of significant movements of
Present-day Egypt, by Mr. Giffen.
Brin pc your friends to the ANCHORAGE for a delieious cup
of Tea with marmalade and toast.
Our Sunday evening dinner served in the balcony dining room
over the Millrace.
Telephone 30 On the Millrace