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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1923)
TO VIE WITH FROSH
Entries for Saturday Meet
Total 129; Seven Squads
Send in Lists
Over 100 prep school track and field
athletes will be seen in action on Hay
ward field Saturday afternoon when
Bill Hayward’s frosh squad engage in
the meet with the seven Portland high
schools and Columbia University. The
last list of entries from the visiting
teams reached Graduate-manager Beri
efiel’s office yesterday and swelled the
total of outside competitors up to 112.
This together with the frosh squad of
17 makes a grand total of 129 men who
will compete in the big Junior Week
The largest squads are from Jeffer
son and Franklin high schools, each of
which will have a 20-man team. Wash
ington with 17 men is next ami the rest
are as follows: Columbia, 14, Commerce
high school, 15, Lincoln, 13, Roosevelt
high 12 and Benson Tech 11. The large
number of entries necessitates that
trial heats be conducted in every
event. These are set for Saturday
morning at 10 o’clock. The winners in
the preliminaries will compete in the
regular meet Saturday afternoon.
The high school-frosh meet will be
the first of its kind since before the
war, but from the way the preppers
are responding it will furnish plenty
of thrills and excitement. Just how
the dope stands with regard to the prob
able outcome of the meet is none too
certain, but it appears that Washington
high coached by Vern Windnagle, form
er Oregon star, will furnish the strong
est competition to the yearlings. The
Colonials captured a meet with several
other Portland high schools, Columbia
University and Chemawa last Saturday
and are especially strong in the dis
tance runs. Columbia is strong in the
sprints and the weights. The other
schools are more br less untried and
unproven but are likely to spring a few
The undefeated frosh squad will be
in fine fettlo for the Saturday affair
after their victory over the rooks last
week. Their list of entries and events
aro as follows:
100 yard dash—Kelsey, Lowis, Sny
der; 220-yard dash—Carlburg, Cleaver;
440- yard dash—Carlburg, Ilermance,
Rutherford; half-mile—Keating, Gerke;
mile—Keating, Stevenson; high hurdes
—Kelsey, Tuck; low hurdles, Kelsey,
Tuck; high jump, Goodall, Cleaver,
Eby; broad jump—Kelsey, Tuck; pole
vault—Cleaver, Kelsey; shot put—
Mautz, Carlburg, Andorson; discus—
Mautz, Stock well, Anderson; javelin—
Anderson, Beatty; rolay—Carlburg,
Cleaver, Lewis, Snyder, Ruthorford.
The oficials for tho meog are as fol
Referee—Colin V. Dyment.
Inspectors—Peltier, Kays, Koepp,
Scorers—Bradeson and Schultz.
Clerk of tho Course—Leith Abbott;
Marshalls—George King, George Boh
ler, Shy Hunitngton.
Judges of finish—Bowman, Lucas,
Timers—Larson, McKinney, Curry.
Field Judges—Kumina, Sturr, Spear
ow, Phillips, McGraw, Bylor, Jenson,
SMUDGY FROSH SCOUR
UP TO GREET PREPPERS
Friendly Hall Upperclassmen Drive
Babes, Donned in Bathing Suits
to Race for Noon Splash
Friendly hall had a washday yester
day. The campus has had a general
cleanup in preparation for the coming
of the prepper guests, and not to be
outdone the hall men held an ablution
party at high noon.
The dirty wash consisted of 10 or 12
lowly freshmen who had become en
crusted with a thick coat of sophisti
cation during their stay on tho campus.
The upperclassmen deemed it best that
the preppers should not gaze upon the
green cappers in their smudgy perdicn
mont and decided that nothing short of
mill race water would purgo them.
The green-domed lads heartily entered
into the spirit of the occasion and \
asked for nothing other than moral sup
Minimum charge, 1 time, 26c : 2 time*,
46c; 6 times, $1. Mum be limited to 6
line*, over this limit, 6e per line, l'hone
\)61, or leave copy with Bueinea* office of
KifKkAi.li, in University Press. Payment
ta advance. Office hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
Gowns and Remodeling. ..Reasonable
prices. Hotly Moore Liubargor, 875 L.
13th St. Phone 1367-J. 286-MS-tf.
~ FOR SALE -Mandolin and ukulele,
both complete with case, both new.
610 E. 14th or call 75SJ. 295M15-17
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house and Ililyard Street, a small ivory
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WANTED—Two good dancers to
take us to the prom. We guarantee
to be attractive, good dancers and en
tertaining. Address May B. Smith,
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port from the upperclassmen in carry
ing out the annual custom.
So, at high noon or a few minutes
thereafter the Knights of the order of
Boob appeared at the front door, sans
clothing with the exception of various
colored bathing suits. They looked real
clever shivering in the wind, but the
sheiks of the organization thought that
they would look better if shackled to
gether for a three-legged amble to the
Hobbled together, the short with the
long, the thick with the thin and the
rest with each other, they galloped down
to the Styx for the annual once-over.
They flopped into the liquid and flopped
out again so fast that they left their
footprints on the water’s surface,
look like a horse-car in a blue-law vil
Speed, those boys made a subway train
They are cleansed now and ready for
the visit of the high scholars.
SOPHOMORES TAKE GAME
First Interclass Clash Results In a
The sophomore baseball team took
the first victory of the interclass ser
ies, winning from the freshmen club
28 to 13 last night. The first three
innings of the game were a walk away
for the sophomores, but the freshmen
made several good runs and kept the
winners on the .jump. Grace Sullivan,
pitcher for the victorious hitters, and
Mary Hathaway, catcher, did good
work in combination as battery. Janet
Wood, fielding for the freshmen dis
played ability in breakng the hits and
returning the balls safely.
Today at 5 o ’clock the junior and
senior teams are scheduled to play.
The lineups for last night’s game
were as follows: |
Sophomore—G. Snillivan, p., M. Hath
away, c., 0. Heckman, lb., S. Haglund,
2b., M. Schroedcr, 3b., G. Boone, rs.,
A. Enrich, Is., M. Crain, rf, C. La Tour
ette, cf., B. Amundson, If.
Freshman—M. Onslow, p., M. Wright,
c., I. Dale, lb., R. MacGregor, 2b., M.
Baumgarnor, 3b., E. Murphy, rs., P.
Boston, Is., B. Razor, rf., J. Wood, cf.,
F. Ward, If.
Subs—M. Byrom, 2b., A. McMonies,
rf., H. Chase, lb.
Sigma Pi Tau announces the pledging
of Harvey Robertson from Clackamas,
Get the Classified Ad habit.
THURSDAY, Friday Saturday
When an American girl was
stolen away to the desert
stronghold of a bandit sheik,
the news flashed ’round the
world! From across the sea
came the order: “Elaine Cal
vert alive, or Chiddar Ben-Ek
Other Heilig Features
WOMEN’S LEAGUE SENDS
DELEGATES TO MEETING
Georgia Benson and. Edwina Richen
Will Represent University of Oregon
at Medford Convention
Georgia Benson, newly elected pres
ident of Women’s League and Edwina
Richen as delegate will leave ■ next
Monday evening to attend the annual
convention oi Federated Women’s
Clubs, in Medford, Oregon.
Each year the University of Oregon
Women’s League, which is represented
in the Federated Clubs, is called upon
to send two representative women to the
convention, one as president, the other
as delegate. Owing to the unexpected
announcement of the convention, it
was impossible to choose a delegate at
mass meeting, making it necessary for
the matter to be taken up at a special
meeting of Women’s League executive
council. The delegate was chosen by
the unanimous vote of the council.
The convention will last three days.
The session will begin Tuesday morn
ing, May 22, when the guests arrive,
lasting until the final session Thursday
afternoon. The Oregon delegates will
be called upon to give talks at the con
vention, and upon their return, will give
a full report of the convention at a
mass meeting of the League.
JOBS AWAIT APPLICANTS
Y. M. C. A. Employment Agency Re
ceives Rush Calls from Houses
Anyone wanting to work during Jun
ior Week-end—no, don’t laugh. Of
course everyone works during the
three big days. But anyone wanting
to work some more, please apply at the
Y. M. C. A. “hut.”
Mrs. Donnelly declares that most of
the houses on the campus are sending in
rush calls for dish _ washers, and men
to wait on table. She already has jobs
waiting for twelve or more students.
The .situation at the “hut” employ
ment agency has changed greatly since
last fall.; Then ambitious students lin
ed up for the woodchopping jobs, and
there was not enough work to go
around. Today several permanent posi
tions with a nice monthly pay check
are without applicants.
FACULTY TO GIVE ADDRESSES
Prof. Ira Richardson left yesterday
for Vale, Oregon, where he will give
the commencement'address at the Vale
High school tonight. Lamar Tooze will
I give the commencement address at Mil-i
waukie Pligh school on Friday night.
These are the first of the commence
ment addresses, which will continue
steadily with many faculty members I
as speakers until June 19.
NINE SENIORS MAKE PLEDGES
Nine seniors responded to the plan
of the class to pledge $100 in yearly
installments to the student union fund,
during the past week, bringing the to
tal to 74, according to Lamar Tooze,
field director of the gift campaign.
The latest donars are: James M. Brad
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155 E. 9th Phone 1341-J
a- May 22nd
One of the World’s Greatest Musical Organiations
HENRI VERBRUGGHEN, Conductor
With a Cast of 85 Premier Artists
20 YEARS OF UNABATED SUCCESS
Without doubt the greatest musical event of Eugene’s history
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Mail Orders Now—Seat Sale Monday
WILL NEED NEW
HATS AND CAPS
CLEAN UP FOR JUNIOR WEEK-END
Prepare your guest beds with new sheets,, and pillow slips.
We also have a wonderful assortment fo fine towels.
Other Spring Necessities
Men’s Suits Men's Socks
Dress Pants Athletic Underwear
Men’s Shirts Men’s Ties
C. J. BRIER CO.
X from Post Office
«vay, Jane Huson, Archie Shields, Lois
W. Morthland, Cecil D. Bell, Raymond
A. Boyer, Harold Bonebrake, Arvin
Burnett and Alice II. Thomas.
An impetuous young American mar
ries a fair daughter of India and then—
He meets the sedate society girl he
loved in his pre-jungle days.
Was there still a smouldering spark
amongst the ashes of his old love?
Or was the lure of his Oriental wife
so strong that it had completely crushed
all thought of another love or lover?
Here are tremendous thrills for yo'u—
You’ll see a tiger hunt in the jungle,
with the man-eating beast tracked and
killed at last.
You ’ll see a dam blown up—with an
ocean of roaring, raging water madly
flooding the surrounding country.
Last day today at the Castle.
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QUALITY— and SERVICE
Start the Preppers Right—
Introduce them to the customs of the campus from the moment I
of their arrival . On the way up to the campus from the station
bring them into the students’ favorite haunt for a cool drink, or S
a bite to eat. Refreshed after their journey everything will look
better to them. ]
Let them imbibe the Oregon Spirit first at the fountain of
E. A. C. S.