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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1909)
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Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings
The Oak Shoe Store
Leader in Footwear
Successor to David Link
587 Willamette St.
Last Saturday the Laureans began
their meeting with a short parliamen
tary drill. Following this was a read
ing, “The Woman and the Mouse,” by
J. E. Jones. The debate was on the
question of a property qualification for
the exercise of the municipal franchise.
Though the affirmative tried hard to
convince the judges that such a change
was desirable, they could not withstand
the furious attacks made on their argu
ments by Zimmerman, ’12, and the de
cision went unanimously in favor of the
Coach Buchen was present, and was
called upon for a speech. He said in
part: “We are now' sure of the debate
with Utah, and it is time to get down
and do some good consistent bucking.
The first requisite toward making the
team is good hard work.”
The society debates are important, it
should be every freshman’s ambition to
represent his society in the inter-so
ciety freshman debate. Each of these
debates should aim at developing inter
state debaters; we want to make the
inter-state debate the big debate of the
year, and a place on the team the goal
of every debater’s ambition.
“I can teach you the theory of debat
ing until I am blue, but you can’t de
bate unless you practice. Unless you
fellows do good work here, you can’t
beat Utah, Idaho and Washington.
This is the place where inter-state de
baters are made.”
Coach Buchem offered to help the
members in the preparation of society
debate, an offer which was accepted
Entertain Program for Tonight.
Debate—“Resolved: That the Influ
ence of the Modern Realistic Novel Is
Not Elevating to Society ” Affirmative,
C. Dunston, F. Clarke; negative, J.
Knox, B. Dorris.
Answer to roll call with a short
Harold Rounds entertained the Philo
logians last Saturday evening wdth an
account of Alaska. Ferdinand Struqk
then spoke on proposed amendments to
the constitution of the Philo Society.
The last part of the meeting was taken
up in parliamentary practice.
The United States Board of Census
announce that in the selection of the
workers on the 1910 census, college stu
dents will be given the preference, es
pecially those who have taken courses
in economics. The board is considering
recommending to the colleges and uni
versities that leave of absence be
granted thos who wish to do that work
when the census is taken next year.
The Weekly Kaimin, the student’s
newspaper of the University of Mon
tana, has been increased from a four
to a five column paper.
Up to the minute for style is all our
High top shoes for rainy days on the
campus and rallies.
College emblem scuffs, the latest
thing in slippers.
BURDEN * GRAHAM
The New Slogan be the
See the new Ralstons
See the new Fall Wearables for
men who know
See the new Color Fabrics and
get measured today
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55 E. Ninth. Phone Main 737
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J. W. HARTLEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HIGH GRADE CIGARS AND
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Grateful for Student Patronage
F. BERRY, Proprietor
T. 6. Hendricks, Pres. Luke L. Goodrich, Asst. Cash.
S. B. Eakin, Vice Pres. Darwin Bristow, Asst. Cash.
P. E. Snodgross, Cashier
Capital and Surplus, $200,000
Student Patronage Solicited
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Books, Stationery, Art Goods