Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, December 11, 1925, Page 4, Image 4

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    SENIOR SWIMMERS
WIN CHAMPIONSHIP
Freshmen Lose Class Title
By Two Point Margjn
The senior women swam the final
meet of their University career
Thursday night, and won the class
championship from the freshmen by
a margin of two points. Although
the freshmen defeated the seniors
last night by a 38-34 score, their
four point victory was not enough
to compensate for losses in other
meets. The seniors stand at the
top of the list with 130.5 points
for the season, freshmen 128.5,
sophomores 104.5, and juniors 70.5.
Of the senior team, two swimmers
Stand out prominently in the his
tory of campus swimming meets.
Elizabeth Lounsbury during her
four years at Oregon has been con
sidered on of the most powerful
swimmers, and best divers of the
University. She easily won the
five-length event last night in 1.23.5
minutes, and in her dives scored
11.2 points. Janet Wood, senior,
won first place in the side stroke,
making the two lengths in 31.8 sec
onds. Her diving score of 10.1
placed her second in the senior
freshman meet.
Of the freshman team, Kathryn
Kershaw, took first placo in the
crawl, 28.8 seconds; Louise Storla,
first in back, 16.9, Dorothy Brown,
first in the plunge, 63 feet. The
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Wednesday, December 16
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10:00—First and second year
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1:15—3 and 4 hour 11:00 o’clock
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3:15—Accounting, all sections,
and English History, all
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Thursday, December 17
8:00—3, 4, and 5 hour nine
o’clock classes.
10:00—First and second year
French, all sections.
1:15—Survey courso in English
literature, all sections.
3:15—3, 4, and 5 hour two fif
teen classes.
Friday, December 18
8:00—3, 4, and 5 hour eight
o 'clock classes.
10:00—3, 4, and 5 hour one-fif
teen elasses.
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freshman relay team, composed of
Dorothy Brown, Olive Banks, Kath
ryn Kershaw, and Louise Storla,
won this event in 55.6 seconds.
In the sophomore-junior meet run
off last night the sophomores won
49 points, juniors 27. Virginia
Lounshury, sophomore, won first
place in the crawl, free style
events, and in the dives. Margaret
Pepoon, junior, won first in the
back. Florence Hurley of the soph
omore team, won the plunge, and
Ruth Miller sophomore the five
lengths. Myra Palmer, Virginia
Lounsbury, Florence Hurley, and
Ruth Bloper won the relay for the
sophomores.
Opinion of Faculty Is
Said To Favor A New
Campus Publication
(Continued from page one)
should be a student body publica
tion because of the benefit it would
be to the University and to the
students, by affording a medium for
the expression of their talents I be
lieve the executive council should
sanction it and adopt it as an offi
cial publication.”
Dean Ellis Lawrence, dean of .the
school of Architecture, is highly in
favor of the publication. In a re
cent research and survey of the
schools of the country it was found
that Oregon ranks among the lead
ing schools in the United States in
its scope of creative arts. “But,”
declared Dean Lawrence, “we have
no proper outlet for our creations.
In our music, drama, sculpture, fine
arts or architecture, some very out
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