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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 9, 1909)
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If you are thinking of having your eyes fitted for
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explain the merits of the new Health Ray Lenses.
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Stall & Dean
We carry everything needed for
Track, Field and Gym.
Eugene Gun Co.
Phone Blk 1511 534 Willamette
W. J. HILL Phone Bl. 1052
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Vi ■ s, iv and isc store
College Men’s Retreat
FRANK E. DUNN
The Leadingg Dry Goods Store
DRY GOODS, AND CARPETS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings
The Oak Shoe Store
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Successor to David Link
587 Willamette St.
A comic paper, a technical magazine,
and a splendid literary publication com
bined; this is the plan that Jennie
Lilly is making for the Oregon Month
ly of the future.
Arrangements have been completed
with the Engineering club committee
for combination with the Oregon En
gineer. This will give the Monthly at
least forty pages of scientific reading
matter besides the hearty support and
co-operation of every engineering stu
It is Miss Lilly's intention to set
aside another department to take the
place of a comic paper, it will con
tain articles of a lighter vein, jokes and
cartoons. Altogether, there will be at
least one hundred pages in each issue.
There will be more literary articles
than ever before, an abundance oi good
stories and poems already being at the
In explaining her proposed changes
Miss Lilly said, “The University in the
past has attempted to publish both a
humorous paper and a technical maga
zine. Both failed, not because of lack
of merit, but lack of support. The
school is not yet large enough. But by
combining them with the literary pub
lication, which by itself is also poorly
supported, I believe that all three de
partments will be a success.”
Another improvement that Miss Lil
ly hopes to make this year is in the
cover design. Every effort will be
made to get the best that the Univer
sity artists are able to produce.
The first issue will be out between
October 25th and November 1st. The
Engineering department will be edited
by Earl A. Marshall, TO, and will con
tain three articles by members of the
faculty. Professor McAlister will write
of the effect on calculated distances of
errors in observation, Professor Adams
on “Precise Surveying,” and Professor
DeCou on “Mathematics as a Recrea
Improvements such as these will
greatly tax the Monthly’s finances.
Manager Briedvvcll estimates that it
will take $1200 to carry the publication.
through the year.
“This means that the students will
have to support the paper far better
than they have in the past,” says he.
“Unless everyone in school subscribes,
we will be unable, financialy, to put
out such a large paper. Subscription
lists are to be found on all the bulle
There will be a meeting of the
Monthly staff Monday afternoon at 4
o’clock at the Gamma Delta Gamma
SHOULD ATTEND Y. M. C.
A. SAYS SEC. BROWN
The Y. M. C. A. held a short meet
ing last night in Deady hall, led by
C. A. Osterholm. Brief talks were
made by H. A. Scullen, Chas. Koyl,
R. Geisler, George Poysky and C. A.
Osterholm. The chief topic was finan
ces and every member will be asked to
assist. “The association work is broad
ening every year and is of a practical
value to the students,” said E. M.
Brown, secretary ipf the association.
“Every student should attend.”
The Engineering Club meets every
other week. The next meeting will be
held next Friday at 8:00 p. m. at a
place to be announced later.
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Fall and Winter Clothes
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505 Willamette Street
Policy of the
Sherman, Clay & Co.
One price to all.
Superior quality of goods.
A “square deal” to everybody.
A small margin added to the
wholesale cost is our profit.
Easy terms of ownership is the
explanation of our large and in
No fake sales or spasmodic re
duction of prices in any of our
line of stores.
To offer an expensive article
today at one price, tomorrow at
another and later at half price in
dicates either an enormous profit
or an unreliable policy.
Sherman, Clay & Company
shuns such deceptive methods, be
lieving that an instrument of mer
it is worth as much today as it
was yesterday or will be tomor
A child can buv a piano as safe
ly and as cheaply from us as can
the most experienced business
25 East Ninth St., Eugene, Ore.
CHAS. F. SHAW, Mgr.
Pioneer Shining Parlor
Grateful for Student Patronage
F. BERRY, Proprietor
?. G. Hendricks, Pres. Luke L. Goodrich, Asst. Cash.
S. B. Eakin, Vice Pres. Darwin Brlatow, Asst. Cash.
P. E. Snodgrass, Cashier
Capital and Surplus, $200,000
Student Patronage Solicited
The Store That Sell*
Schwarzschild’s Book Store
Books, Stationery, Art Goods