Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 25, 1938, Page Eight, Image 8

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    Grid Profits
Court Ruling
Taxes Already Paid
By Oregon, Prices
Will Not Change
The University of Oregon will not
lie affected by the supreme court's
decision Monday that the govern
ment may collect a 10 per cent tax
on football game admissions, said
Anse Cornell, athletic manager.
“Since we are already paying a
10 per cent tax on all admissions
over 50 cents, the decision will not
alter our schedule sof admission
prices for next year, nor will it
change our profits,” said Mr. Cor
The University of Georgia and
Georgia Tech started the dispute
To the graduates
Kaufman Bros,
wish the
Best of Luck
To the students they offer
Thanks for your
during the last year, and hope
that in the future you will
make Kaufman Bros, your
; fashion center.
Friends Call It
'Magic'; As She
Handles Flora
Although the botany profes
sors are as yet unaware of it, a
prospective scientific planter and
gardne'r is to be found in the
ranks of University employees.
She is Elinor Stevenson, secre
tary in the personnel division,
who in her many experiments
with flora and fauna, has hit
upon a new way of preserving
cut flowers.
Miss Stevenson’s process,
which she refuses to reveal to
even her closest friends, has been
termed by many as pure “ma
gic.” Very modest in her work
Jn this field, Miss Stevenson ad
mits that her greatest success in
this “rejuvenation” has been
with pansies.
Woo, woo!
j when they s$,id that the treasury
did not have the right to collect the
.itax, and were soon joined by rep
. resentatives of 13 other state uni
These universities had claimed
t that football, being a builder of
i muscle and mind, was an integral
, part of education.
UO Band to Present
Last Concert Sunday
Graduation Week to
Start in Music
School Garden
The final concert of the season
to be given at the University of
Oregon, will be held Sunday, May
29, at 3 p.m. with the University
concert band, directed by John
Stehn, presenting a program in the
sunken garden back of the music'
The band is giving its concert as
a part of commencement week pro
gram. Its program will include |
selections from Wagner’s “Lohen
grin,” including the introduction to
the third act, and the Bridal
Chorus. Selections from Victor
Herbert’s ‘Babes in Toyland,” and
Strauss’ “Blue Danube”1 are listed
among the selections.
A vocal obligato by Lorraine
Hixson will be featured in How
land’s “Mood Mauve,” and “Con
certino" by Weber will present
Charlotte Plummer as clarinet \
soloist. Earl Scott, Tom Landles, I
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Phone 20
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Rai lwaa4>-i*Expre s s
Frosh Nine Battles
Rooks on Thursday
Warren's Men Down
Rook Aggregation
At Corvallis
Honest John Warren’s Oregon
frosh baseballers won their third
consecutive game from the Oregon
State rooks at Corvallis Saturday
morning, 9 to 0.
The rival yearling clubs wind up
their annual four-game “little civil
war” series on Howe field Thurs
day afternoon.
In last week’s shutout win over
the rooks, the Warrenmen com
bined hits in two big innings to
clinch the game off Carter Miles,
Orange Babe pitcher, who allowed
nine hits for the contest.
Pete Igoe and Orlando Allegretto
for the Ducklings limited rook bat
ters to only six hits and got per
fect support from their mates
The frosh made use of two hits
and two walks in the first inning
to push over three runs, and wound
up the parade with a six-run
and Robert Douglass will present
a trumpet trio.
The finale to the familiar Dvo
rak “New World” symphony will
be included on the band's program.
splurge in the fourth.
Three more walks, an error, and
five hits were chalked up by the
frosh in their big fourth inning.
Score: R H E
Frosh . 9 9 0
Rooks . 0 6 2
Igoe, Allegretto and Rathbun,
Hufford; Miles and McLlain, Car
penter. Umpire, Dick Weisgerber.
Seven Oregon students have en
rolled in the institute of marine
biology summer camp, which is to
be held at Coos Head, from June
13 to July 23.
Professor H. B. Yocom, of the
zoology department, will be one of
the instructors at the summer
Graduation Gift Suggestions
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• Study Lamps
• Cedar Chests
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ulty Directory. You will find it a very handy
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wci didn’t tell you.
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Educational Activities Office