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* Husky Golfers
Ready To Face
Washington Masliie Artists
Oregon Squad Temporarily
Shaken; George Will
By HAL RUSHTON
The University of' Washington
golf team of five men is in town
today ready to do battle with the
Oregon Webfoots this morning and
* afternoon. The Huskies arrived in
town yesterday at noon and went
out to the country club for a prac
tice round. Despite a rather un
pleasant rain which stopped them
from playing as much as they
would like to have, the men had a
As the Huskies are all of about
equal ability, the definite ranking
of the team was not decided until
late yesterday. The player-man
ager, Elwell Case, went into a hud
dle with Danton Rossell and to
gether they produced the follow
Rosen Number One
Hermit Rosen, Seattle city cham
pion, will play in number one posi
tion against George Will. Rosen
> succumbed to Vince Dolp at Seat
tle last year. Adolph Levar of Ren
ton will play in number two posi
John Schwager and Elwell Case,
both of Seattle, are ranked as
three and four respectively. HaTry
Kincaid has a victory over Case
to his credit from the match of last
year. Rossell will substitute for
Take Mother to 14th and
Onyx for a special treat,
lee c r e a m, strawberry
short-cake, and home
made eakes are offered
as special features.
Sponsored by the
LADIES OF FAIRMOUNT
Case in the Northwest division plaj
on Friday and Saturday.
Oregon Men Change
The Oregon team suffered £
rather severe shake-up yesterdaj
when Harry Kincaid won frorr
Vince Dolp in a battle for seconc'
place and Frank Shafer edged out
Bob Adelsperger for fourth place
Kincaid played a fine game in beat
ing Vince. His score of approxi
mately 73 was a little better than
Vince could match yesterday sc
Vince finds himself in third place
for the time being.
The Shafer-Adelsperger match
was even closer. Adelsperger car
ried Frank to the 20th hole before
Pairings for today are: Rosen vs.
Will; Levar vs. Kincaid; Schwager
vs. Dolph; Case vs. Shafer. The
first twosome is scheduled to tee
off at 9 o’clock with the others
following immediately. The four
somes will play directly after
The Washington men are being
entertained at breakfast this morn
ing by the Eugene Breakfast club
after which they will go directly
to the club. Rumor has it that sev
eral of the members of the team
! enjoyed themselves at the Dime
Crawl. Efforts to get the men to
attend one of the political dances
! were fruitless as they were not po
i litically inclined. The Huskies will
j be entertained with other visitors
j at the Canoe Fete on Saturday
night after which they will entrain
! for the north.
Women’s Ball Games
To Be Resumed Today
The Theta-Tri Delt kittenball
game was cancelled last night be
cause of weather conditions, and
will be played tomorrow at 4
Today at 4, Alpha Xi Delta will
play Alpha Omicron Pi, and at 6
Alpha Gamma Delta will play Sig
ONTHANK OUTLINES BIG
SISTER TASK FOR GROUP
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deans, and other students. The
Big Sister is responsible through
her association with the freshman
during the year for cultivating so
cial standards of good taste. She
should also instruct the new stu
dent in the most profitable ways'
of budgeting time and money, Mr.
TODAY and FRIDAY
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To 3-0 Win
Gamma Hall Falters Badly
At Critical Moments
i Winners To Play Phi Delts
In Handball Finals
By ED GOODNOUGH
The old A. T. O. jinx held good
again yesterday and Gamma hall
j fell again by the identical 3-0
: score that shoved them from the
j limelight two weeks ago. While
Os Edwards was still below his
best form, he was burning them
over the plate fast enough to in
sure victory and the championship
of one of the baseball leagues.
Both squads made futile at
tempts to score in the first three
innings. Cliff Lord singled to
! short in the opening inning and
j advanced to third on an over
I throw. Edwards was bearing
1 down by this time and three Gam
mians fanned in a row. In the
A. T. O. half Sherrill Texas
leagued to right and reached sec
i ond when Carley let the ball roll
Lynne Downs laced out a near
double in the second but halted
at first. Ekterovich walked, but
Minney flew out to end a promis
ing start. A. T. O. also came dan
gerously close to scoring when
Percy Vincent ran in front of the
shortstop, causing the latter tc
muff Harper’s grounder. Harpei
stole second and went to third or
an overthrow before Pope struck
out to end the inning.
The Gammians missed a chance
to tally in the third. LoTd lifted
a hard liner to first that Pope
barely got his hands on, and was
out stealing second. Horace Wil
liams then crashed one of Ed
wards's pitches into right field for
a triple. The stage was all set
for Jack Hartford, but the Arling
ton terror struck out. Minney
fanned three successive batters in
Benson walked to open the dis
astrous fourth. Pahl forced Ben
son at second on what should .have
been an easy double play but for
machine trouble down around sec
ond. Whitely then lofted a pop
fly back of short which caught
Campbell napping. Before the ball
was retrieved Pahl was in, and the
game won without a hit'.
Cliff Lord walked in the Gamm .
half of the fifth, but was calle *
out when othe bag slipped und-.r
his foot. Harford singled to cen
ter in the sixth and Campbell
walked, but again Edwards quelled
the Gamma batters. In the fifth,
A. T. O. collected their second run
on Welch’s clean hit to left and
Edwards’ short single to right that
Carley ran past and then chased
all over the field. They added
their final marker in the sixth
when Pahl walloped out a short
liner past third that Harford had
to run up on. The ball bounded
past him and Pahl camped on sec
ond. Sing Harper surprised him
self with a single to center that
scored Pahl, but couldn’t stand
prosperity and was trapped off
* Avez vous-er-er voted en- *
* core ? and other pleasant *
* greetings of the day. At the *
*. present time both parties *
* have ceased campaigning and *
* are feverishly sending out gal- *
* ions of telegrams all over the *
* state to call in the student *
* body cards from rushees. We *
* have adapted as our slogan, *
* “You may be able to fool the *
* Russians, but you can’t stuff *
* the Pol(l)es.” *
* * * * * * * * * * * *
His Frat brothers got ’im,
Caesar Caledonius McChest;
Sez he, “I’m goin’ to vote
For the man I think’s best.”
After watching Mimnaugh,
Knowlton, et al sweat for two
hours yesterday trying to answer
the questions that Rex Tussing
thought up for the Emerald to
print, we predict that we won't
have to go outside the Emerald
shack tomorrow to find suitable
material for an epitaph.
OUR OWN LITTLE QUESTION
AIRE AND HOW IT WAS
Q.—Do you swear to tell the
truth, the whole truth, and noth
ing but the truth?
A.—(Mimnaugh) Sure. @*?$t
(-*%-(Yes, he swore to
tell the truth etc.
A.— (linowlton) Sir. If you read
my campaign bulletin, I need not
remind you that I promise noth
ing, not even that.
Q.—Who is the best man?
(At this juncture both candi
dates arose and whispered to
gether inHhe corner. Finally, with
looks of determination they came
back and sat down with a thump
of finality, as of men who have
made their decision and are going
to stick to it.)
A.—(Mimnaugh and Knowlton
in unison) We swore to tell the
truth, so we’ll have to refuse to
answer that one.
Q.—Do you favor the raising or
lowering of the fees?
Rates payable in advance. 20c first three lines; 5c every ad
ditional line. Minimum charge 20c. Contracts made by ar
rangement. Telephone 3300; local 214.
SMALL brown purse containing
$8.00 in bills and small change,
also a rosary. Finder please
phone 1166-R or leave at Emer
ald business office.
APPLIED MECHANICS by Poor
man. Please call Minturn, 841.
Reward. ° ' 0
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blocks from the campus. Two
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Reasonable terms. Phone 2963R.
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blocks from campus; 2 bedrooms,.
fireplace, garage. Phone 845.
THE BARTLE COURT
Eugene’s high class modern apart
ment house. A real home for
permanent tenants or short-time
guests. 11th at Pearl. Phone
1560. C. I. COLLINS, resident
TAKE your daily dozen at “Flight”
DAILY’S ARCHERY Range.
Across the mill race from the
Anchorage. Arrows 10c doz or
25c per half hour.
SHOPPE PETITE—Style right.
Price right. Dressmaking, re
modeling, hemstitching. 573 E.
13th street. Phone 1733.
SECOND-HAND copy of Shake
speare’s Principal Plays. Phone
DALE AND SETHER
Surgery, Radium, X-ray
Miner Bldg. <> Phone 43
Three private lessons in ballroom
dancing for $5.50.
MERRICK DANCE STUDIO
861 Willamette Phone 3081
Come in and
fill your tank
at fair prices.
11th and Hilyard
(Mimmugh, glaring) Foe.
(Both, in unison) Down with
graft, spoils and rum.
(Questioner) Ho hum.
Q.—What do you believe to be
the requisites of an ideal student
body president ?
A.—(Mlmnaugh) He should
have been president of his class at
some time or another, should be
an athlete, baseball preferred;
Should be medium height, and
above all, should have demon
strated his energy and ability to
ballyhoo by serving on a rally
committee at some time or an
A.—(Knowlton) He should be
tall with blonde curly hair, should
have been junior week end chair
man and should be able to speak
over the radio.
Q.—Have either of you gentle
men made any campaign prom
A.—(in unison) Never, not by a
(Secretary coming in) Mim
naugh and Knowlton wanted on
the phone. Brian, the one on the
left, Chet, the one on the right.
Mimnaugh (on phone) Give
them Rally chairman, and all will
Knowlton (on other phone) So
they accepted our offer. Gee that’s
(Questioner, tearing up paper)
It does seem rather the height
of incongruity, however, to send
out circulars advertising a ticket
and then basing its chief talking
point on a non-ballyhoo basis.
For the benefit of out readers
(if any) this column has decided
to give the lowdown on what
everyone voted and why tomorrow
morning. We’ll follow the old
adage of He who votes last, prof
Ye Tabard Inn To Hold
Dinner Meeting May 23
Ye Tabard Inn, writers’ hono
rary, will hold its annual dinner
on May 23, it was announced by
W. F. G. Thacher, faculty mem
ber of the honorary. “Ared”
White, of Salem, will be the guest
Other writers who will attend
the dinner are Robert Case, Ernest
Haycox, Arden Pangborn, Edward
Miller, E. Palmer Hoyt, Hal Moore,
all of Portland, and Franklin R.
Pierce, of Tacoma. All are former
members of Tabard Inn.
—-—- - -
Nine Breaks Even
In Six Tills Played
League Leading Huskies
Come to Eugene
Conference Baseball Standings
W. L. Pet.
Washington . 3 1 .750
Oregon State . 3 2 .600
W. S. C. 3 2 .600
Oregon . 3 3 .500
Idaho . 1 5 .167
By winning three out of the last
I four games played, Oregon has
reached the .500 mark in the
Northwest baseball conference. The j
coming series with Washington;
Friday and Saturday will be instru- j
mental in deciding the fate of the |
Oregon State's loss to the Cou
gars yesterday dropped the Cor
vallis college down to second place.
Washington automatically went in- j
to the top position.
Idaho i» Coal-Pit
„ After splitting two games with
Washington State, Bill Reinhart
figures that Oregon should do no
worse against the Huskies, as the
Seattle boys had previously divid
ed a pair of contests with W. S. C.
The Webfoots are vastly improved
since their disastrous opening se
ries with Oregon State, and there
is a strong possibility of taking
Tub Graves' Huskies down the al
ley in both tilts and moving up a
notch in the standings.
Although Idaho will have a hard
time emerging from tiie cellar with
five defeats to wipe out, each of
the other four clubs are in the
thick of the fight.
Oregon Works for Huskies
.. .Next week Reinhart will take
his team to Seattle on the first lap
of the annual swing through the
north. Six games in seven days
on the road will prove the most
severe test of the Ducks. Much de
pends on the endurance of the
pitchers. So far, Dave Bloom has j
been the only consistent winning
chucker. Ken Scales and Jack
Hughes will be due for plenty of
work later in the season, and there
is always the chance that Bill
Reinhart will uncover a winning
hurler among the lesser expe
rienced members of the staff.
In the meantime tlie Oregon
nine is practicing hard for the in
vasion of the Huskies, who boast
of a strong team well balanced
mm mrn iniii
Drive your Mother around the campus
in one of our cars. . . . She will enjoy
the sights much more from a fine
And the Junior Prom ... go in a
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CANDY COUNTER — FIRST FLOOR
Oregon State Team
CORVALLIS, May 6.—(Special)
—With Norby, their star right
hander on the mound, the Wash
ington State Cougars blanked O.
S. C., 6 to 0, here today in the
first tilt of a two-game series.
The Cougars scored once in the
second and twice in the third off
A1 Brown, the Beavers’ stellar
twirier, and then potted away for
three more scores during the lat
ter part of the game. Bolster led
the attack with three hits.
Brown himself made three of
Oregon State’s seven hits, includ
ing a double and triple, hut the
rest of the line-up was unable to
push him across the plate Six
errors handicapped the Beavers.
R. H. E.
W. S. C.-. 6 9 3
Oregon State. 0 7 6
Six Cadet Officers
Six military cadet officers vtara
given promotions in the R. O. T.
C. by special orders of Major F.
A. Barker, R. O. T. C. officer, yes
Raymond Bell was appointed to
the position of colonel, and Harold
J. Kinzell was made a lieutenant
colonel. Henry F. Beistel, Donald
Guild, Hlmer J. Pahi, and Carey
Thomson were appointed to the
position of major.
SUNDAY, MAY 10
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