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Portland , 16.80
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I.EOli, t'nrvnllls, May 2.'. Inhibition !
illvin by "Happy Kenhn," world's fa-1
nioiiK diver, burlefiiiuc stunts by other
swimmers, race by co-ed mermaids
;nr some of the features of the bin,
formal opening of the new swimming
tunk at (). A. ( !
TIiIh Kill be n purl of t lio Junior
week-end program to take place next j
Baturday afternoon from 1 to 3
o'clock, JiiKt before tlie track meet.
Knuhn turned down an offer lo enter
a NWlinininK meet, bo Hull he ei.uld as
sist In tho big event. j
Tho lank, which measures r. Ox 100, 1
in the Inrxi'M of aiiy college hwIiii-:
minii tank on the count. It In lined
with v.iillc tile and has I It'll IB In the.
bottom. A laree gallery encircles Ihn
tank. Special shower roomii are pro
vided, and a foot hath with running.
'water at the entrance. i !
I Mystery surrounds another biK
'event annual sophomore-freshman
Mug of war. A group of "rooks" have!
neeu Blleiitly stealing down lo I he riv-j
jer to practice under cover of night. I
The confident sophomores, who were j
j successful last year, do not believe In,
I practice bin are relying upon avoirdu-.
pols and pulling power. Among the!
sophomore men who are expected to
pull for their claws are "Ed" Clarke,
AluriUM MaeFadden, Italph Piikert,
and "Giant" Iljelle. "Hooks," who
are expected to bo on the team are
Taggart, Gibson. Allworth, JcKsup,
Garlty. Simon, and Mpui-hh.
An Imported feature from Portland
!h guaranteed by tho Junior "rom-'
eoiumittre, headed iy Cecil Kiinn.
About 60U persons are expected to at
tend Ihe big dance at the men's gym
nasium, while the freshmen will frolic
at Ihe women's gymnasium.
The prom, according to Jjwcll Stock
man of Pendleton, will not be decor
ated wllh a palm and a couple of
chairs but will bo planned by a dec
orator who had charge of the Shrine
convention and the roue festival Ir,
Portland, A combination of three or
chestras will furnish the mimic for the
affair. Programs are of orange
leather with black printing, the college
eal being on the front page.
"Get on the boat! lrag out your
Peterborough or your Oldlown, cam-.
ouflage her as a beer bottle or a bii
carriage, and take her out to win the j
silver cup for your house," says. Perk-1
eley Davis, regarding the canoe fete,
Sunday afternoon. , This is the first ;
time that the Aggies have Indulged In1
(such a fete, and it is expected to be-'
come an annual affair. Floats will be :
designed by tho students, only one en-
try being allowed from each organiza
tion competing for the silver cup.
' The Junior vaudeville will be held j
Thursday and Friday nights and will .
consist of nine snappy acts. The font
classes arc entering aits in .com;cti
lion for a silver cup, donated by the
Junior class. . . , , '.
liuheball enthusiasts arc looking for
ward to the two gain en to 1e plt.yod
with the I'nivrrsiiy of Oregon. The
track meet with Washington stute col.
leges promises lo draw a large crowd.
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FREIGHT RATES ARE
GUT ABOUT 20 PER CT.
CHICAGO. May 2 ST (A. P.) Re
ductions of freight rates on certain
commodities approximating 20 per
cent has been decided on by all trans-
I continental railways west of Chicago,
It was announced yesieruaj oj .
Luce, freight traffic manager of the
Southern Pacific railway. This deci
sion was reached at a meeting yester
day of executive officers of all the
roads affected. The reduction was de
cided upon to enable the roads to meet
competition on the water lines operat
ing through the Panama canal.
The westbound rates, It was declar
ed, have Iwen checked to apply from
points In eastern defined transconti
nental territories, groups A to J
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Inclusive, to Pacific coast terminals
only. In addition to the concurrence
of eastern carriers, it will be necessary
to file applications with the Interstate
commerce commission for authority to
apply the rates to terminal points only,
which involves waiving of the long and
rhort haul clause of the Interstats
Eastbound rates checked in will ap
ply from Pacific coast terminals and
intermediate points to eastern defined
territories, groups "A" to "J" inclu
sive and will be made effective as soon j
as concurrences are obtained. These
rates will not he made to terminals
and therefore, it will not be necessary
to make applications to the interstate
commerce commission for waiver of
the long and short haul clause,
The new eastbound rates will apply
to beans, peas, canned salmon, canned
goods, condensed milk, dried fruit and
The proposed westbound rates would
affect caned goods, oil cloth, drugs
and medicines, cotton piece goods.
belting, hose and rubber. Iron,' and
steel, structural iron, blank books,
paper, roofing, sewing machines, soap
and 'washing compounds and .other
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SEATTLE, May 25. (A. P. Seat
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this week and staging a carnival to
raise funds to help relieve the famine
conditions of N'orth China.
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