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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1922)
FROSH QUINTET BEATS
ROOKS IN FAST GAME
Score 19 to 15 in Contest Full
0. A. C. IN STRONG FINISH
Oregon’s Team Work Better
Than That of Rivals
The Frosh won the first of their
series with the rooks yesterday after
noon by a 19 to 15 score. The game
was fast and well played, with the
breaks slightly favoring the rooks.
The Aggies were no doubt handicapped
by the loss of two of their best men.
Hidings and Blakeley, neither of whom
will play in the games over here.
King, Crandall and Aim for the
freshmen showed the best brand of ball,
with Crandall as high point man with
9 of the 19 markers opposite his name.
Brower played the best game for the
rooks. Bono, who went in toward the
end of the game, made six points.
Frosh Make Wild Passes
The score should have been larger
for the frosh passed up several open
shots and also made a great number of
wild passes which lost them points
The score at half time stood 13 to 5
for the frosh, and five minutes before
the end of the game the Oregon year
lings had a lead of 10 points, but an en
tire change in lineup for the rooks, put
added pep into their teamwork, and
they had succeeded in cutting the lead
to four points when the final whistle
The rooks notwithstanding the fact
that they have played a great many
more practice games than the Frosh,
had much the pooer team work, and
never planted themselves firmly for
their shots. The Frosh missed a great
many chances for shots because of their
eagerness to pass to their teammates,
but played together better than in any
game so far.
Sttage ingill x en.
Both teams at first were suffering
from an acute attack of stage fright,
but soon snapped out of it and started
scoring. Neither King, for the frosh,
nor Stoddard, for the rooks, seemed to
be able to locate the basket with their
free throws, as King missed four out
of six while Stoddard made only one
out the same number of tries King
got very few open sohts, and made only
one basket, but played a good floor
The second game of the series will
be played as a preliminary to the Var
sity game and will start at 6:45 sharp,
as the Varsity game has to be over and
the floor cleared off by 9 o ’clock.
Frosh (19) Rooks (15)
King 4 .-.F. Stoddard 1
Crandell 9 .F. Johnson 2
Poulson 2 .C. McCart 2
Aim 2 .G. steelp
Haines 2 .G. Brower 2
Jones was the only frosh substitute
used. Rook substitutes were Baird,
Williams, Murray, Brown (2 points),
and Bono (6 points).
UNIVERSITY RADIO CLUB
Officers Elected; Students Interested
In Wireless Eligible To
The University Radio Club at a meet
ing held Thursday formally adopted a
constitution for the guidance of its
members. This constitution provides
for two classes of membership; active
and non-active. The distinction be
tween these grades is made due to the
fact only regularly licensed operators
are allowed to operate a radio set.
Students holding liscenses are eli
gible to active membership and' will be
assigned regular “watches” at the club
station where they will handle the traf
fic in exactly the same manner as is
done by commercial stations.
Any student interested in radio is
eligible to non-active membership and
will enjoy all privileges of active mem
bership except that they will not be al
lowed to operate the club station unless
the regular operator is on duty. This
should provide an incentive for the as
sistant to work for a liscense. Work
ing under the regular operator's direc
tion, he will soon be competent^ to apply
for active membership.
It is intended to give a short lecture
once a week on the theory and practice
of wireless telegraphy for the members.
The club will send its own messages
to any part of the coast without charge,
so when a member needs to send in a
hurry call for his overdue check, he will
Two Grade School teachers.
Must have previous Grade
School experience, State
teachers certificate and furn
ish references. Account liv
ing in teacherage perfer man
and wife, sisters or congenial
friends. Salaries $130.00
and $115.00 per month.
Nine months school begin
ning September, 1922. Mail
applications to J. E. Banning
Clerk School Dist., No. 38,
ho able to have the message in his par
ents hands within a few hours.
An election of officers was held, the
result being that Don Woodward is
president; Garrett Lewis, vice-presi
dent; and Paul Hoppe, secretary-treas
Regular meeting will be held on the
first and third Tuesdays of each month
at 5 p. m. at the journalism “shack.”
All persons interested are invited to,
CROCKATT GIVES COURSE
FOR PORTLAND BANKERS
University Credit Given for Economics
Class Taught by Member of
A course in principles of economics,
similar to the course now offered on
the campus, is given in Portland, under
the auspices of the American Institute
of Bankers, every Friday night by Pro
fessor Peter Crookatt of the department
of economics. The course which is open
to all members consists of 12 lectures,
each an hour and a half, and regular
credit is allowed for those who desire
The American Institute of Bankers
has a membership in Portland of over
700 active members, and is offering
four series of courses for members who
desire to become more proficient in
The other courses offered are Federal
Reserve Systems, Money Banking, In
vestments, and Practical Banking.
These are given by prominent bankers
This is the first time that the Uni
versity has cooperated with the Ameri
can Institute of Banking in offering
courses since Dean Morton, formerly
head of the school of commerce, left
‘MIGHTY OREGON’ FOR PREP
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS TO SING !
“Mighty Oregon” will be sung
throughout the state by the grade and
high school students, Alfred Powers,
head of the visual instruction of the
extension division, said yesterday. Al
bert Perfect, who holds the copyright
for this song, has given permission for
it to appear in the next publication of
“The Oregon Songsters,” which is put
out by the Oregon Teachers and pub
lished at Salem.
Get the Classified Ad habit.
1 2 East Ninth
OREGON STUDENTS LOSE
WIDE RANGE OF ARTICLES
Umbrellas, Stick Pins, Knives. Books
in Assortment Collected by
Have you lost anything!
Articles ranging all the way from a
stick pin to an umbrella have been
found by the janitors on the campus.
Almost every janitor has a large as
sortment of these valuables which he
is holding for the owners. All that is
necessary for the owner to do is to give
a proper description of anything that
he has lost.
Four complete pairs of gloves, three
or four odd gloves, two pocket jack
knives. one fountain pen, one service
pin with two stars, one R. O. T. C.
cap emblem, all these and many others
such as textbooks and umbrellas are
ready for the owner.
One janitor suggested that a general
lost and found agency be established
in order that students will be able to
find their lost goods without going all
over the campus. Another suggestion
was made to the effect that a public
auction be held occasionally in order
that the surplus goods be disposed of
and that the money be turned over to
the student body treasury.
Most of the nbove mentioned articles
will be found in Villard hall or in the
library although some are held by other
janitors in their respective buildings.
Make Reservations—For that trip to
Portland this week-end now at the
T Hut. See Mrs. Ponnellv.—Adv.
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Chalk Artist and Lightening Cartoonist
Sunday Evening at 7:15
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Dr. Stivers, speaks on subject:
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