.MEN’S EDITION OREGON daily EMERALD VOLUMNE XXXVI UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, SATURDAY, MAY 18, 1935 NUMBER 119 PREP TRACK MEN VIE TODAY Story on page 8. r FINANCIAL conditions would [ probably prevent the return of sei i 3iice courses, even though Wednes | day’s appeal of pre-medical stu [ dents were granted, said President | C. V. Boyer last night as he out * lined the procedure for University | students to follow their efforts to 1 get more courses in upper division | science. ! ROPE SKIPPING is i the latest Hollywood j "keep fit” fad, as dem onstrated (above) by one of the movie col ony’s younger et. LEGALITY of the provision giv ing Gov. Chas. H. Martin (left) a $7,500 a year salary will be con tested in circuit court soon, de clared Rodney Allen, Woodbum editor Thursday. ■-J—.. out is Harry McCall (above) Oregon's ace fi:-1 baseman. The northern division’s most brilliant fielding initial sacker ■will thrill Seattle fans today when the Ducks meet the Washington Huskies. » . " ' 1 SHOT at the door of his apa! t. ment, Henry R Bolte, (above) U.C.L.A. law teacher, is being rushed to a hospital in an ambu lance while his wife bens over him. William M. Howard, former navy ensign, is held for the shooting of Bolte, and the killing of Paul Wharton, Hollywood dress design er. WALKING along a New York sidewalk, Mrs. Rose Samonoff (above) was crushed to death by an automobile which had collided with a truck. Dazed with grief her husband stood for torturing min utes while waiting for an ambulance. SHOCKED was Atlantic City’s Mayor Harry Baeharneh when Ethel Farrell (left.) appeared in. an open-work lace swimming suit. Nationally famous for conserva tism in beach styles, the mayor beach censor was perplexed: should he be straight-laced or the suits open-lac t ? -t Fijis Protest Sigma Hall Radio Victory - ~-. ——-Story on page J.