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OREGON KNIGHTS SUBMIT
SUMMARY OF ACTIVITIES
List of Functions Handed to
MANY DUTIES PERFORMED
Fro-Tra-Co’s Successor Aids
in Campus Affairs
A formal report of the activities and
work of the Oregon Knights from the
time of their inception Homecoming
week-end to the present date has been
turned in to Jack Kcnefiel, graduate
manager of the Associated students, b\
The Oregon Knights was formed Iasi
term by combining the members of
Fro-Tra-Oo of last year with the Fro
Tra-Co members of the present fresh
man class, making up a society com
posed of both sophomores and fresh
men. The purpose of the Knights is
to maintain and uphold Oregon tradi
tions, to assist the Yell Staff in its
duties, and in general to look after the
proper handling of student body func
At the present tine its roster is made
up of two freshmen and two sophomores
from each living organization, and six
mwtberf from the class at large.
The officers are dames Meek, stunt
duke; Kike Young, royal scribe; George
Neale, chancellor of the exchequer; and
Del Oberteuffer, honorary president;
Leith Abbott, advisor.
Following is a copy of the report
turned in to the Associated Students:
To the Associated Students;
The following is a list of the activit
ies or duties which the Oregon Knights
have accomplished from the time of
their inception, Homecoming week-end,
to the present date:
1.—The following details of the
Homecoming celebration were handled:
The parade was marshalled and kept
in order, the fireworks were distributed,
the football game was ushered, rooter
section was kept in order and good
sportsmanship was maintained, the
Yell-staff was assisted in the diatribe
tion of the material for the feature,
messengers were provided for all of
ficials, the score board was handled, the
parking of cars and the direction of
traffic was carried on by n Knight
committee, visitors were shown around
thi' campus and thn O. A. 0. squad
was taken to and frim the gvm. Other
details of minor importance were per
formed fit the reguest of student or
2. —During the basketball season:
(a) The visiting teams, particularly
Washington, Stanford, Idaho and Ne
vada, were escorted from the train to
the hotel, were provided with machines
for campus trips, presented with tick
ets to the local theatres, and the Ne
vndn team was met at the bus terminal
and housed at the various living or
(bl The reserve section of the seats
at the armory was ushered, tickets were
sold at the door, the score board was
taken care of, smaller duties that the
managers suggested were performed,
and the Yell Staff was assisted in anv
manner necessary. The lists of fresh
men to work at the armory was put out
and checked on by a Knight committee.
(!. The Knights have been at the
service of the Graduate Manager and
the various Student Managers in the
(cl The basketball manager has been
ushering at the Men’s Glee club home
(bl The “O" on Skinner's butte was
(c) The Basketball manager has been
assisted as described above.
(d) The visiting debate teams were
furnished cars from the depot and
were provided with entertainment din
ing their stuv
(el The student body play was given
publicity by a house to house canvass
of both men and women’s organ i/.n
(fl The student body assembly of
March !> was ushered and arrangements
for the short rally were made.
(gl All University Vesper services
huvi bc. a ushcied by Knights.
Yell Staff Aided
I. 'Hie Yell Staff has been directly
ia' Forming a welcome committee
Minimum charm*. l linn-. 25o 2 times,
4(,o ; 6 time*. $1. Must bo limited to 5
lines, over thi» limit. Be per line Phono
DM, or leave copy with Business office of
KuMitit1. in University Prose. Payment in
advanoe. Offieo haur». 1 Bo 4 p. m.
FOR RENT Largo modern house
for friitornity or sorority use. Built
especially for a club house. Phone
41-1 J. ’ 122 MIS :i.
LOST Will thi lady who took b)
mistake a black silk umbrella from the
Woman's building on March 11' please
call 201 d f 1Ml# H.
LOST Will the party who t >ok «n
notebook from the Library leave it with
the Library janitor or call 80S? V'. K
Kldridge. 124 MIS.
FOUND Ladies gold wrist watch ill
Villard hall about 8:30 yesterday.
Owner may have same by calling at
Emerald business office and describ
ing the same and paring for this ad.
12S MIS tf
for the Bezdek rally. Cara were ob
tained and other details worked out.
(b) The football squad upon its re
turn from Hawaii was /net, grips and
suitcases taken to their homes, and the
rally dance which followed was worked
out by a Knight committee.
(c) Advertising by means of posters,
special features, etc., for the rooter
practices and rallies.
5.—Activities of general campus wel
(a) Cars and sightseeing trips were
arranged for the Editors ’ conference,
individual assembly speakers, and
judges of the debates that have visited
(b) During the flu epidemic cars
were furnished the visiting nurse for
her daily calls.
<c) The Viligence committee has
functioned in reporting tradition vio
lators to the Order of the “O.”
(d) One senior tradition breaker was
quietly reported and steps taken for
(•Signed) JAMES MEEK, Stunt Duke.
DELBERT OBERTETTFFER, Honorary
CLUB TO PUT ON PLAY
Advanced French Students to Give
“Le Bourgeois Gentilhomme ”
A special program arranged by the
French Club for their meeting tonight,
which will bo held at the Y. W. C. A.
bungalow at 7:30j will' include three
scenes from “Le Bourgeois Gentil
homme,” played by students of ad
vanced French, a recitation “Lea Ru
banes” by Star Norton and a song
“Le Poi Dagobert” by Herbert Pate.
Dances will be given by Ruth Tuck,
Lavelle Barger, Mildred LeCompte,
Helen Hnefer, Catherine Sartain, and
Juanita Jackson. Leona Gregory will
also sing in French. Miss Germaine
Dew. ass^tant instructor in the depart
j ment, will feature a special juggling
The cast for the play is as follows:
' A Country Gentleman ..Raymond Burns
The Philosopher .Verne Blue
Marquise .Helen Enoch
Durante . ... Jean Du Paul
LaQuoii .Wilbur Bolton
Students read the classified ads; try
j using them.
TWO HIGH SCHOOLS PLAN
TO ENTER STATE RELAY
Twelve Men From Cottage Grove and
Best Athletes of Eugene to Take
Part in Meet Here
Reports have been received by Grad
uate Manager Benefiel from two state
high schools that intend to enter high
school athletics in the Oregon State
Relay meet to be held on Hayward
field next May.
“Skinny” Hargreaves, ex-Oregon
man, who is principal of the Cottage
Grove high school, intends to enter 12
men in the meet. Eugene high will
enter the meet, sending her best ath
letes who will be under the supervi
sion of Mr. Thornton.
Mr. Benefiel explained that Oregon.
O. A. C., and California were the only
conference members that allowed high
schools to participate in their meets.
Idaho, W. S. C. and Washington hav
ing abondoned the idea. Every year
all the Washington state high schools
meet at Seattle and have a competi
jtion in which all high school athletes
may take part, making the meet a dis
| tinct high school affair.
SUMMER WORK OUTLINED
Physical Education Programs Sent to
Teachers of State
The programs of the School of Physi
cal Education for the campus summer
term has been outlined in a letter sent
to the teachers in the state by Dr.
John F. Bovard, of the School of Physi
cal Education. The work, as shown by
this letter, will be along four lines.
First, work for beginners; second,
classes for teachers in the small town
high schools; third, advanced courses
for persons having had some elementary
work; fourth, special courses for coach
ing the major sports,
j On June 21, 22, 2.1, the convention of
j the western district of the American
Physical Education association will
meet in Eugene. Directors of physical
education from all states west of the
Rockies will be present. “It will be a
rare opportunity to hear the discussion
of some of the most vital problems of
physical education teaching,” says Dr.
BEIMEFIEL APPROVES ADDITIONAL FEES
O. A. C.
w. s. c.
TJ. 8. C.
(Continued from page one)
compared tho annual student activities fee
schools of the Pacific Coast Conference.
paid by each student in
3300 < ‘
Activities admitted to.
Conference sports, debate, Emerald.
Conference games, except post-season;
semi-weekly paper, debates, some con
certs, reduced rates to Lyceum num
Athletic contests, semi-weekly paper,
debates, some concerts.
Daily paper, athletic games except con
ference and iutersectional. ($2 of this
fee for Health.)
Free or reduced rates to athletic contests,
debates, concerts, daily paper. (10
per cent of this fee for Health.) Wash
ington also supports a crew, and is
paying off stadium bonds.
Athletics except football, daily paper, de
bate. (Coupons for football games
sold as coupons on total price added.)
Fuel and Transfer Co.
All Kinds of Wood and Coal
Phones: Office, G51-J. Residence, 139 L
696 Willamette Eugene, Ore.
will soon be here, then
will come, then another and
last seige of
then the rest of the house
dances will be given.
Have you selected the right
hall for your
GIRLS HEAR BOLITHO
Thomas J. Bolitho, of the school of'
business administration, spoke to Dean
Fox’s freshman class in Vocational
Guidance, yesterday, on the opportuni
ties open to women in the business
world. Bolitho’s lecture was given
from the standpoint of the preparation
that the University offers for business !
training while the class was addressed
last week by Miss Avis Lobdell who
presented the practical aspect with the :
possibilities of the success that may
be won by women in this field.
(Continued from page one)
strong Sundodger nine April 21-22. Th'
original schedule called for a two game ;
series with the Bearcats on Cemetery I
ridge a week earlier, which would have
given the varsity some excellent ex
perience before starting on the northern
Batting Practice Held
The varsity baseball men are at pres
ent engaged solely in batting practice,
the coach desiring some good weather
before he issues a general call for can
didates. Shortly after the beginning
of the spring term both the freshman
and varsity will be reduced to 18 men.
Huntington will probably handle the
freshmen three nights a week when he
is not busy with spring training. Boh
ler will coach both squads while Shy
is occupied with football men and in
tends staging practice games between
the two squads throughout the season.
At present the two coaches are work
ing with the freshmen material. About
40 frosh are turning out for the after
noon workouts on the ridge.
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