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Ten Delegates Allotted Each
TEAMS TO COME FRIDAY
Fourth Annual Relay Meet Slated
For Hayward Field 2 o’clock
One of last year’s most power
"T ful high school relay sqif&ds, that
hailing from Vancouver (Wash.)
high school, has entered the Fourth
Annual Oregon relays to be held
on Hayward field Saturday after
noon. The entry of the Washing
ton school brings the total up to
20 schools and about 270 individ
Final plans for the entertain
ment of the prep school runners
were announced Wednesday by
Jim Dezendorf, general chairman
of the student committee in
charge of the affair.
House Distribution Tonight.
Drawings for the distribution of
the men to the various living or
ganizations will be held this af
ternoon at 4:30 o’clock at the of
fice of Virgil D. Earle, director of
athletics. There will be about ten
delegates allotted to each men's
y. living organization. Each house
^ is requested to have a representa
tive present at the meeting.
Teams will start arriving on the
campus Friday afternoon and they
will proceed directly to McArthur
Court where the coaches will reg
ister and secure housing details
for their men. There has been no
entertainment planned for Friday
night as the coaches will send
their teams to bed early to be in
top shape for the meet.
Drawings for positions will be
held at McArthur court Saturday
morning and the meet will start at
2 o'clock Saturday afternoon.
There will be no charge for admit
tance to the meet and all students
BY VAN DINE
Relay meets draw the at
tention of campus for next
three days; Many other
sports on athletic calendar.
Coach Bill Hayward will take
his freshman relay squad over to
Corvallis this afternoon to meet
the Oregon State Rooks in the an
nual carnival. Bill has turned out
a well balanced squad, despite the
recent poor weather, and he fig
ures that his boys will show well
against the Rooks.
The varsity relay squads from
the two schools will meet here Fri
day and it should be an interest
ing meet. There is a slight possi
bility that Claire McKennon, star
440 man who was temporarily
blinded recently, may be able to
compete and his return would
greatly strengthen the Webfoots.
Ralph Hill will compete in two
events and fans will be able to get
a line on his chances to win the
nationals this year.
* • *
The Oregon State tennis team
will meet the Webfoot racquet
wielders here Saturday in the open
ing match of the conference sea
son. The Beavers downed Willam
ette last week in seven straight
matches while the Webfoots have
not played any practice matches
with outsiders. Stan Almquist and
Sherman Lockwood are expected
to bear the brunt of the Oregon
play with Jack Kaplan following
close behind. Jack has come along
fast this year.
Bill Baker’s freshmen sort of
took a drubbing at the hands of
Eugene high a couple of days back
but there was one very interest
ing feature of the game. This fel
low Schmitz, who tossed good ball
for the yearlings, showed plenty
of stuff. He is aflicted with a leg
deformation that makes it hard
for him to get around. It takes
real spunk to get out and work
for a berth on a college team when
one is so handicapped and we'll
take off our hats to him.
* * *
Teams entered in the Fourth
Annual Oregon Relay carnival
will begin to arrive on the campus
tomorrow in preparation for the
big meet Saturday. Present indi
cations point to a very successful
carnival with several of the teams
entered boasting of strong squads.
Bill Hayward, varsity track coach,
and Virg Earle, athletic director,
have worked hard to make the af
fair a success and they have suc
* * *
The varsity baseball team will
take its final limbering up drill
this afternoon in preparation for
the opening of the conference sea
son against Oregon State at Cor
vallis Friday. While there have
been no names listed as definite
starters, Reynold MacDonald, who
twirled such fine ball for the Web
foots two years ago will probably
start on the mound against the
Beavers. Mac wasn't in real form
last year biit he seems to have re
gained his old speed.
and townspeople are urged to at
Immediately after the meet the
visiting teams and coaches will be
guests of the associated students
at a huge banquet at the new
Men’s dormitory at 6:30 p. m.
Carl Greve, in charge of the af
fair, has lined up several interest
ing speeches by leading Oregon
officials and Slug Palmer will
have plenty of entertainment lined
up for the event.
Tom Stoddard, president of the
associated students, will present
the various trophies to the win
ners at the banquet.
After the banquet the visitors
will be guests of the Fox McDon
aid theatre at the showing of
"High Society E^ues.”
Benson Tech of Portland has
not yet entered the meet but the
Mechanics’ entry blank is expect
ed to arrive sometime today. The
official status of Jefferson has not
yet been established. The Demo
crats were among the first to send
in their entry blank but they have
not yet ironed out their difficul
ties with the state high school ath
The committee assisting Dezen
dorf with the many details of the
meet is composed of Henry Lev
off, reception; Gen Tarbell, hous
ing; Russ Baker, Bob Miller, and
Kenneth Reed, track; Carl Greve,
banquet; Palmer, entertainment.
NEW A.S.U.O. CONSTITUTION UP TO VOTE
_Continued From Second Page_
and shall make recommendations to the Executive Council on
these matters. This committee shall propose and submit bud
gets for all athletics to the Finance Committee. Further, it
shall recommend to the Executive Council the names of such
persons as in its judgment are qualified for the positions of
coaches, trainers, student managers, and all others connected
Section 3. PUBLICATIONS COMMITTEE.
Clause 1. MEMBERSHIP. The Publications Committee
shall consist of seven members as follows: One member from
the' faculty of the School of Journalism who shall act as
adviser for all student publications ; one member of the alumni
of the University; one member of the faculty at large; the editor
of the Emerald; the editor of the Oregana ; the Vice-President
of the Associated Students; the President of the Associated
Students, who shall act as chairman and who shall call special
meetings upon the- request of two members of the committee.
The Graduate Manager shall act as secretary but shall Ik? non
voting. The appointive members of this committee shall be
appointed by the retiring President and President-elect of the
Associated Students and President of the University not later
than two weeks following the annual elections of each year.
Clause 2. DUTIES. This committee shall be a sub-com
mittee of the Executive Council. It shall keep informed on all
matters relating to publications of the Associated Students, and
shall advise the Executive Council on these matters when
needed. Further, it shall safeguard the interests of these activi
ties, shall assume supervision and direction of those directly
connected with them, and shall promote policies therein for
the best interests of the Associated Students. The Publica
tions Committee shall recommend to the Executive Council the
names of such persons as in its judgment are qualified for
the positions of editors and managers of student publications
as hereinafter provided. It shall also submit to the Executive |
Council, upon the request of that body, reports of the financial
conditions of the publications.
Section 4. MUSIC COMMITTEE.
Clause 1. MEMBERSHIP. This committee shall consist
of five members, three of whom shall be members of the J
Executive Council, and three of whom shall be students. There i
shall also be at least one representative each of the faculty 1
and the. alumni. The Graduate Manager shall be a non-voting
member and shall act as secretary of this committee. This
committee shall be appointed by the President and President
elect of the Associated Students not later than two weeks fol
lowing the annual election of each year. The chairman shall
be named at the time of the appointment.
Clause 2. DUTIES. This committee shall be a sub-com
mittee to the Executive Council. It shall keep informed on all <
matters relating to any musical organizations and shall advise
the Executive Council thereon. Further, it shall safeguard the
interests of those activities, it shall assume supervision and
direction of those directly connected with these activities, and
promote policies therein for the best interests of the Associated
Students. It shall make recommendations to the Executive
Council as to the election of student managers, tours and other
matters when needed. Upon the request of the Finance Com
mtitee the Music. Committee shall prepare and submit budgets
of these activities.
Section 5. FORENSIC COMMITTEE.
Clause 1. MEMBERSHIP. This committee shall consist
of five members, thr?e of whom shall be members of the Execu
tive Council and three of whom shall be students. There shall
also l»e at least cne representative each of the faculty anti of
the alumni. The Graduate Manager*shall he a non-voting mem
ber and shall act as secretary of this committee. This com
mittee shall be appointed by the President anti President-elect
of the Associated Students not later than two weeks following
the annual election of each year. The chairman shall be named
at the time of the appointment.
Clause 2. DUTIES. Ihis committee shall act as a sub
committee of the Executive Council. It shall keep informed on
Forensic activities and advise' the Executive Council thereon.
It shall safeguard the interests of all forensics carried on in
the name of the Associated Students, and shall promote policies
therein for the best interests cf the Associated Students. And,
upon the request of the Finance Committee, the Forensic Com
mittee shall prepare and submit budgets of these activities for
approval. This committee shall elso make recommendations
as to elections of student managers of these activities to the
Section 6. STUDENT BUILDING FUND COMMITTEE.
Clause 1. MEMBERSHIP. This committee shall consist of
five members, three of whom shall be members of the Executive
Council and three of whom shall be students. There shall also
be it least one representative each of the faculty and alumni.
The Graduate Manager shall be a non-voting member and shall
act as secretary of this -committee. Thirf* committee shall be
"ppointed by the President and President-elect of the Associated
Students not later than two weeks following the annual elec
tion The chairman shall be named at the, time of the appoint
ment. One student shall lie appointed from the sophomore
class and shall serve during his junior and senior years. The
remaining members shall serve one year.
Clause 2. DUTIES. This committee shall be a sub-com
mittee' of the Executive Council. It shall direct the student
building program subject to the approval of the Executive
Council. It shall make reports from time to time to the Execu
tive Council concerning the condition of the Student Building
Fund and the status of the building program. It shall not incur
any indebtedness or enter into any obligations unless expressly
authorised by the Executive Council.
Section 7. STUDENT RELATIONS COMMITTEE.
Clause 1. MEMBERSHIP. This committee shall consist
cf five members: Executive Man and Woman from the Execu
tive Council, one member of the faculty to be appointed by the
incoming and retiring Presidents not later than two weeks fol
lowing the annual election of each year. Vice-President of the
\asociated Students, and President of the Associated Students
who shall act as chairman. The secretary of the Associated Stu
dents shall act as a non-voting member and secretary to this
commitV-. ^ DUTIES. (a) Make recommendations to the
Executive Council for the appointment of a yell king as pro
vided n this constitution; (b> supervise and promote such
srhrol tr?aitions i,, it shaTl deem worthwhile, and declare what
bodv shall be the enforcing agency for the same: <c) decide
*Ee cl«s identity of transfers from other schools in the manner
nrovided in the by-laws : id) sanction the organization of can
societies (e) a»unw such other duties as may be delegated
pu> sc- £..ecu. jve Council or this constitution and bylaws
CAPACITY. The Graduate Manager shall
mazer oS ah A-^ociated Student activities.
Section 2. POWERS AND DUTIES.
Clause 1. The Graduate Manager, with the approval of the
Executive Council, shall schedule all contests and concert trips,
purchase all supplies, sign all contracts, and carry on all other
business interests of the Association as may be delegated to
him by the Executive Council.
Clause 2. The Graduate Manager shall approve all class
budgets and expenditures.
Clause 3. The Graduate Manager shall assist the Finance
Committee to make up the annual budget.
Clause 4. The Graduate Manager shall submit reports of
all student activities to the Executive Council upon the order
of that body.
Clause 5. The Graduate Manager shall present a complete
financial report to the Executive Council of each student enter
prise after said enterprise have been completed.
Clause fi. The Graduate Manager shall deposit with the
Treasurer of the Associated Students all moneys received from
each Associated Student enterprise.
Clause 7. The Graduate Manager shall approve in writing
all bills recommended by him.
Clause 8. The Graduate Manager shall be a non-voting
member of the Executive Council and its official sub-committees. !
He shall attend all meetings necessary to the best conduct of i
the business of the Associated Students.
Section 1. The University Comptroller shall act as treasurer
of the Associated Students.
Section 2. QUALIFICATIONS. The Treasurer shall be
held under the bonds required by the Board of Higher Educa
tion of the State of Oregon.
Section 3. DUTIES. The duties of the Treasurer shall be
Clause 1. Receive all moneys accruing to the Association.
Clause 2. Collect all dues and assessments and issue A. S.
U. O. membership cards.
Clause 3. Pay all warrants properly approved by the
Clause 4. Submit to the Executive Council a quarterly re
port of the Finances of the Associated Students.
Clause 5. Work out additional financial data required of
him by the Executive Council or the specifically authorized agent
of that body.
Clause fi. Collect at registration the regular class tax, and
apportion the funds so collected amorjp the various classes
according to their respective numbers.
Clause 7. Issue to the Graduate Manager tickets to athletic
contests and Associated Student entertainments and check on
the sale of said tickets.
Clause 8. Provide the official poll book for all student body
and class elections, listing all students who are in good standing
in the Association. The Treasurer shall be given sit least one j
week’s notice of all elections of the Associated Students.
Section 1, The Associated Students shall publish the fol
1. One daily paper which shall be known as the “Oregon
2. On*1 annual book which shall he published by the first of
May of each year and which shall be known as the
3. The Associated Students shall publish such other publi
cations as the Executive Council may find desirable.
. Section 2. DUTIES.
Clause 1. DUTIES OF THE EDITOR. The duties of the
editor shall be as follows:
1. He shall have general supervision over the editorial
division of the publications.
2. Direct the policy of the publication.
3. Appoint what assistants he needs.
Clause 2. DUTIES OF THE MANGER. The duties of
the manager shall be as follows : He shall—
1. Conduct the business activities of the publication subject
to the supervision of the Publications Committee.
2. Appoint what assistants he needs.
Section 3. STAFF OF PUBLICATIONS.
Clause 1. Every member of the Associated Students is eli
gible to be a member of the staff of any publication of the
Associated Students. Each year the present editorial staff of
each publication shall meet and nominate not more than four
persons for tlx* office of editor for the coming year according,
to the procedure prescribed by the Publications Committee.
The nominees’ rtames shall be handed to the Publications Com
mittee immediately and published by that committee in the
Emerald. By a petition of not less than one hundred students,
further nominees may be named by the students at large and
handed to the chairman of the Publications Committee not later
than April 15th. From the whole group of nominees the Pub
lications Committee shall recommend not later than the third
week in April, one person to the Executive Council for final
approval to occupy the office of editor of each publication. If
the Executive Council should reject the recommendation, the
Publications Committee shall reconsider the original group of
nominees and recommend another person to the Executive
Council for approval.
Clause 2. The business managers of each publication shall
be appointed by the Executive Council upon the recommenda
tion of the Publications Committee. The present business man
ager shall properly qualify all eligible memb^-s of the staff in
a written statement to the Publications Committee.
Section 4. FINANCIAL. The editors and managers of
Associated Students publications shall each receive as compensa
tion a sum fixed by the Executive Council.
S*l -tior. 5. VACANCIES. A vacancy in the office of edi
tor or manager of the Associated Student publication shall be
filled by appointment by the Executive Council upon recom
mendation of the Publications Committee for regular appoint
Section 1. Amendments to this Constitution may be pr*>
p'*sid ir. writing at any regular or special meeting of the Asso
-Irtoi Students, when they shall be read. The proposed amend
I ni‘ its .-hail be printed in the Oregon Daily Emerald on the two
I following days and be voted on by ballot one week from the
! date of proposal. A two-thirds majority of the ballots cast
| shall be necessary for the adoption of any amendment: pro
l vided, however, that there be at least five hundred ballots cast.
BILL SERIES lElR
Rivals To Meet on Staters’
NEXT GAME TO BE HERE
“Baseball BizneSs Regusted" With
Frequent Showefs That
In the conversation style of our '
friends Amos 'n’ Andy it might be j
remarked, “One thing am sho, dis I
hcah baseball bizness wit dat Or’-1
gon State place don’t need no pub
lication." In fact, just the men-!
tion of an O. S. C.-Oregon athletic |
contest stirs up about all the talk j
the air can stand.
However, unless these April j
showers get everybody too “re
gusted,” the Webfoots will amble
over to Corvallis tomorrow to en
tertain the Staters and celebrate
the opening of the baseball con
ference. The Beavers will return
the call Saturday—coming over to
play the Ducks on Reinhart field.
This game will start at 10:30 in
the morning, in order not to con
flict with the high school relays
in the afternoon.
Same Schools Played.
We don’t care to make any pre
diction as to the results of the
games because the two teams are
about even in strength. Oregon
has won seven pre-season contests
and O. S. C. six. They have
played the same schools, Columbia,
Pacific, and Willamette.
The Webfoots had a workout
yesterday for the first time this
week. If it isn’t too wet the team
will practice again today. Coach
O'Donnell said last night that de
spite the unfavorable weather the
boys were primed and loaded for
the Orangemen. Every man is in
good condition and nary a pitcher
has a sore flipper.
The games should produce softie
good hurling. The Staters have
two outstanding slabsters in Bolt
f inghouse and Nightingale. Oregon
! hag two veterans, Reynold Mac
Donald and Curley Fuller. Two
| sophomores, Dave Bloom and Ken
Scales, are regulars also. Scales
showed up well in the last game
against ^Columbia, allowing only
one run. o
Ducks Have Edge.
In hitting and fielding perhaps
the Webfoots will have an edge
over the Beavers. The Ducks have
been hitting well so far while the
Staters have sighed a few moans
over this question. The fielding
of the home team has been very
smooth and fast. Comparative
scores of the games played by both
schools show Oregon to have won
a little more handily than the
Beavers in some contests.
Oregon .State, 17; Pacific. 0.
Oregon State, 2 : Pacific, 0.
Oregon State, 4 : Columbia, 3.
Oregon State, 2; Columbia. 0.
Oregon State, 5; Willamette. .1.
Oregon State, S; Willamette, 7.
Totals—Oregon State. 3S ; opponent:., 13.
Oregon, 3; Pacific. 0.
Oregon. 24; Pacific, 2.
Oregon, 11; Willamette, 4.
Oregon, 10 : Willamette, 3.
Oregon, 13Willamette. 2.
Oregon. 7 ; Columbia, 2.
Oregon, 11 ; Columbia, 1.
Totals- Or egon. 82; opponents, 14.
Y. W. TO HOLD VESPERS
Vested Choir and Soloists on Post
Easter Program Today.
Elizabeth Scruggs, freshman in
English, will give a dramatization,
“The Resurrection,” at the post
Easter 5 o’clock vespers which
will be held today in the Y. W.
bungfilow. Fitting music and dec
orations have been planned to
carry out the Easter idea. Peggy
Sweeney will give a violin solo,
“Slavonic Phantasy,” by Dvor
ak the theme of which comes
from “Songs My Mother Taught
The processional by the vested
choir will be "The Day of Resur
rection,” while the choir wilpagajn
sing "Our Lord Is Risen From the
Dead," as the recessional. Mar
garet Edmunson will give the in
Mildred Wharton, chairman of
the regular 5 o'clocks, has charge
ot the program, and is assisted by
Campus Uses Bicycles.
Smith college authorities recent
ly banned the wicked automobile
from their campus, but. distances
between classes were so.great that
the students needed some form of
transportation. About 200 bi
cycles are in daily use there.
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the trouble. The larger things remain in
their places fairly well. But the pesky
little fellows-r-the stockings, gloves, hand
kerchiefs, jewelry and kniekknacks—like
the most rascally rogues, love nothing
better than just drifting around—seldom
where they're wanted, and rarely with
their mates. . . .
To bring order out of* such chaos, we
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Boxes—(Hove and -Jewelry Boxes—Knick
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Her motto was: “See
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BALL GAMES HOT
GAMMA HALL AND SIGMA NU
TEAMS WIN TILTS. °
A. B. C. and Phi Delta Low Fast
Encounters as Pitchers
W eaken Under Fire.
S>.. .. ....*—«—®
A. T. O.—S. A. E.
Theta Chi-Phi Sigma Kappa.
Psi Kappa-Zeta hall.
Gamma hall and Sigma Nu
emerged victors in two hard
fought tussles yesterday afternoon.
It was the Sigma Nu’s first entry
into the win column while Gamma
hall lias taken two straight.' A.
B. C. fell before Gamma 3 to 1,
and Sigma Nu edged out the Phi
Delts 5 to 3.
Art Minney, Gamma flinger, was
invincible after a shaky start that
netted the A. B. C. boys their only
tally. Schaeffer and Quinn clicked
out singles and errors by Nock and
Medler sent McCarty across with
the lone marker.
The Gamma nine was also ac
tive in the first. Van Horn
slapped a single to start the rally
and scored when Yerkovitch jug
gled the throw on Minney’s
grounder. Three successive walks
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forced Minney in with the second
run. McCarthy's booming fast
ball and change of pace quelled
the Gamma sluggers until the
fourth when he struck a wild
flurry, walking four betters to
force in the final score.
Sigmft Nu sprang an upset vic
tory by slamming the Phi Delts
for a 5-to-3 triumph. The game
was closely fought, but McLaren,
t ■ •
who pitched steadier ball than last
vmeek, was stingier with the hits
A. L. Itigg’ To Travel In Europe.
A. L. Rigg, assistant professor
in the school of architecture and
allied arts, has been granted a
leave of absence for next year.
He plans to travel in Europe, and
to leave next summer.
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