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6-5 in Ball Game
With Aggie Nine
Epps Wields Heavy Stick
For Triple, Double,
Second Contest Scheduled
At Corvallis, 2:30
Pack in the biblical times a cer
tain young gentleman using the cog
nomen of David slew a mighty Go- i
Kata ■with his
noon a particular
M r. » David C.
Kpps using an oalc
club tried his
hardest to give
the University of
nine a victory in
its first confer
ence game against
the O. A. C.
Boa vers «n Boll field diamond, Cor
vallis, but it was to no avail. The
Aggies won, 6 to 5. The second of
four-game series will be played in
Corvallis this afternoon at 2:30.
All the mighty Mr. Epps did yes
terday afternoon was to drive out
a double in the first canto, scoring
a couple of runs, triple in the fourth,
and single in the sixth, out of five
trips to the plate. In addition to
his heavy stick work, David
throw Ilafnnfeld, Aggie second
sacker, out at the plate after
Belleville had filed out. It was one
of the prettiest throws seen on the
Bell field diamond in many moons.
In the eighth inning Maple drove
a high one to the left field that
looked like a hit, but Mr. Epps was
there by the time the ball started
for the terra firma.
Varsity Makes Good Start
The Oregon nine started out in
the initial inning yesterday after
noon as if they meant to make short
work of the Aggies. Kiminki, lead
off main walked. Johnson struck
out and McCormick walked.* Jones
got on through an error and then
Mr. Epps displayed his prowess
with a double that scored McCor
mick and Jones. The Webfoots
scored again in the second when
Baker drove out a triple and scor
ed Mimnaugh who had got on
through an error. Baker was thrown
out at the plate when he tried to
stretch his triple into a home run.
Mr. Epps’ triple and Eddy’s sac
rifice scored another run in the
The Aggies started their scoring
in the fourth when Biflcer hit
Schulmerich. He stole second and
scored when .Johnson missed Bak
er’s throw to first to catch t^uayle.
Quayle scored when Dal Ward
singled. Two singles gave the Or
angemen another tally in the fifth.
Dutton Knocks Homo Run
Harry Dutton replaced Cotter
Gould at the beginning of the fifth
and came to bat first in the sixth.
After letting several go by Dut
I Horns, confetti, serpentine
and everything' for a hil
A marvelous combination of ro
mance and adventure—of mys
tery and legend in the heart of
ton knocked a high fly over the
right fielder’s head for a home run
and the final Lemon-Yellow score.
With the Webfoots leading 5 to
3, the Aggies staged one of those
good old-fashioned seventh innings
rallies which before it was stopped
yielded them three runs. A double
by Bouton and two Oregon errors
did the trick.
Oregon— B R H
Kiminki,2b. 3 0 2
Johnson,lb. 4 0 0
McCormick,3b. 3 1 0
Jones,cf. 4 11
Epps,If. 5 1 3
Gould,rf. 2 0 0
Eddy,ss. 3 0 0
Mimnaugh,c. 4 11
Baker,p. 4 0 2
Dutton,rf. 2 11
O A E
4 2 0
2 0 1
2 0 0
0 0 0
7 0 1
2 0 0
34 5 10 27 6 5
B K H O A E
4 2 2 3 0 1
4 0 1 4 3 0
4 0 110 0
2 1 0 2 0 0
4 0 0 4 1 0
3 1 0 2 3 0
4 0 1 8 0 0
3 1 0 7 0 0
1 0 0 0 1 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
1 1 0 0 0 0
Total .31 6 5 24 8 1
O. A. C.—6
Winning pitcher, Savory; losing
pitcher Baker. Runs responsible for
Winters 4, Hodgens 1, Savory 0,
Baker 3. Struck out, Winters 2,
Hodgens 0, Savory 2, Baker 5. Bases
on balls Winter 3, ITodgen 2, Sav
ory 0, Baker 2. Stolen base Hafen
feld, Bouton, Schulmerich, Quayle.
3 base hit Epps 1, Baker 1. Home
run Dutton 1. 2 base hit Epps 1,
Bouton 1. Sacrifice, Eddy 1. Hit by
pitcher by Winters 1, Baker 1.
Umpire, Mike Moran. Time 2:15.
Hikers Slate Jaunt
To Gem Lake Today
With Gem lake, [several miles
northeast of Coburg, as an objec
tive, the Saturday Hiking club will
leave this morning from the Y hut
and bungalow at 10 o’clock. Trans
portation will bo scarce, and first
come, first served will be the rule,
so either bring your own car, or
else make a reservation through
Verne Calloway, head of the club,
or through Mr. Davis, at the Y hut.
Twenty-five cents will be asked for
the meat, buns, and coffee which
will be served. Sandwiches, a cup,
and a spoon is all that is necessary
in curve and
“U” neck styles.
Some with golf
hose to match.
MEN'S DRESS WEAK
McDonald Theatre Bldg.
Pi Beta Phis Again
Cup Winners in Second
Annual Song Contest
Thursday at assembly silver lov
ing cups were awarded members of
Pi Beta Phi and Theta Chi, win
ners in the recent song contest.
This is the second year the Pi Phis
have captured the trophy. If they
win it in the next competition, the
cup will remain with them perman
An outstanding feature of the
finals was that both sororities that
| took part in the finals outclassed
i the men’s groups. The Alpha Chi
j Omega girls deserve a great deal of
! praise for their presentations, Bob
Hunt, chairman of song week, stat
During the assembly hour set
aside for installation of new of
ficers on May 12, the combined Glee
clubs will present for the approval
of the student body at least two
new Oregon songs which were
brought to light during the contest.
One of these, it is believed, will be
the official alma mater hymn of the
; University. The other is a snappy
“I wish to thank all those who
co-operated in making song week a
success, and particularly John Stark
Evans, George Hopkins, and Eu
gene Carr, of the music faculty,
who Judged the finals,” the chair
man of the event said yesterday.
(Continued from vage one)
ton State College have all provided
a system of supervision over the
campus publications which \js at
once advisory and supervisory. The
editor of the Stanford Daily being
elected twice a year is thus re
quired to keep in close sympathy
with his student body. The editor
Matinee 2 P. M.
Comedy, Pathe News
of a professional newspaper is
forced to consider the sentiments of
his readers to maintain his subscrip
tion list. He must keep in touch
constantly with the spirit of his
community else he quickly loses his
subscribers and his advertising and
is forced out of business.
Prom the mere fact that the edi
tors of the abifve named college
publications and the professional
editor must make some concession
to the spirit of their community, it
does not allow that they have been
robbed of their prerogative of free
dom of the press. It simply illus
trates that practical success and
constructive achievement require j
cooperative effort and subversion of
the individual to the general will.
To advise and consult with a
group interested supposedly in the
achievement of a common objective
is not to subject oneself to dicta
To require the editor to submit
his general policies to the publica
tions committee of which he usually
is a member is limiting his freedom
of action only insofar as such pol
icies are not considered to be for
the best general interest of the own
ers. Five selected and responsible
committeemen are apt to exercise 1
more mature and representative
judgment than is a single editor on
broad questions of policy.
It is for these reasons that I con
sider the amendment wholly sound
and entirely justifiable.
Senior Leap Week’s
Spirit of Revelry Is
Climaxed With ‘Bust’
As the grand finale of Senior Leap
Week, the Bar Boom Bust was cel
ebrated in a truly grand style last
night, ending at the Country Club
We Make Them
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in the wee hours this morning. In
an atmosphere of pretzels, beer, per
spiration, shrieking wall hangings,
smoking pistols and intrigue, the
affair was carried off in the cus- i
tomary spirit of careless revelry,
What the real effect of the week'si
carousal will prove to be is a mat- !
ter of sweet contemplation for all j
Beginning with open house, which j
was in all respects a valiantly ex
ecuted ordeal as far as both visit
ors and visited were concerned, the
spirit, always evident at Senior Leap
Week made itself felt, according to
various seniors of the Sigma Phi
Epsilon house. The Bow-Wow Brawl
and the Kappa Koffee were well
handled, and judging from the keen
satisfaction some of the men had
in making their escorts wait on
them, it is quite safe to say they
appreciated their advantages.
Aside from a few gray hairs de
in “The Kid Brother’’
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