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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (April 13, 1910)
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A senior-faculty baseball game for
commencement week is being discussed.
Should anything come of t, it will doubt
less prove as great a drawing card as
the annual senior-alumni tug-of-war a
cross the mill race.
There is a movement on foot to send
an all-star Rugby team chosen from Cal
ifornia and Nevada to Australia this
spring to play a series of games.
The University of Minnesota pro
poses to select its debaters in the future
by a squad system similar to that used
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[HOF. SCHAFER GIVES
LECTURE FROM CARLYLE
Philosophy Of Great Essayist Ex
plained Before Students In
The religious philosophy and expe
rience of Thomas Carlyle were the main
points brought out by Professor Joseph
Schafer in his address on "Nuggets
From Carlyle's Clothes Philosophy” in
assembly this morning.
“The study of the historic works of
Carlyle,” said Professor Schafer, "led
me to study the man himself.” This
study was taken up through his histo
ries, essays, and lastly through his great
work, Sartor Resartus.
Professor Schafer has compiled a
series of quotations from this book
which gives an insight into the life and
teaching of the author. It was from
this list of quotations and from side
lights by other authors that Professor
Schafer drew the material for his ad
The quotations used by the speaker
showed great care in selection and could
truly he called "Nuggets From Car
Following this addres,s, Arthur M.
Geary, chairman of the Booster Com
mittee, gave a few remarks, emphasizing
the importance of co-operation among
the students in this matter. In order m
get the counties started to work, Mr.
Geary read a partial list of those who
are expected to see that the counties
are organized before the spring vaca
tion. The following were appointed:
Wasco, Walter Huntington; Multno
mah, Miss Dunstan; Marion, Chester
Moores; Linn, Edwin Eortmiller; Hood
River. A. B. Cash; Columbia, W. C.
Nicholas; Polk, Dean Collins; Joseph
ine, Henry Norton; Clatsop, Birdie
Wise; Coos, Miss Cowan; Umatilla,
Arthur Means; Malheur,, Oscar fiel
ding; Morrow, Calvin Sweek: Clacka
mas, James Caufield; Douglas, Phil
Brownell; Jackson, Elizabeth Wagner;
Klamath, Jerry Martin; Crook, A. C.
Barnes; Wheeler, Mary Steiwer; Union,
DRAMATIC CLUB PLAYS
“A DOMESTIC DILEMMA”
The short sketch, “The Domestic Di
lemma,” will he put on hy the Dramatic
Club at Vi Hard Hall Thursday evening
at 8 :(J0 o'clock. The cast composed of
Mildred Bagley, Mildred Waite, Sap
Latourette and Raphael Geisler, have
perfected their parts under the thor
ough coaching of Miss Burgess. The
sketch promises to be exceptionally well
presented. All students are invited to
President Wm. Kiltz announces that
there will be an important meeting of
the Dramatic Club at 7:00 Thursday
night, and desires all members to be
In order to find out how many people
were actually reading the paper, the
editors of the Colgate Madisonian pub
lished the following news item in their
exchange column “The trustees of
Haverford College have received an en
dowment of $100,000 for the purpose of
poisoning old professors.” The large
number of letters, comments, criticisms
and threats which resulted proved that
the paper was widely read.
Gladys Farrar, of Salem, Carle Read,
of Portland, and Lowell Lundberg, of
Portland, spent the week end at the
Gamma Phi Beta house.
Following Minnesota’s decision to in
clude rowing among the university ath
letics, Iowa is contemplating entering
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