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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1910)
Our aim is not alone fo give
the best value for the money.
Our object is morethanto have
you purchase at our store. We
just want you to come in and
get acguainted with our meth
od of doing business.
Dillon Drug Co.
Regal and Stetson Shoes
Mallory and Stetson Hats
Star and Cluett Shirts
The best of everything
that money can buy at
554 Willamette Street.
The tiKjene Art Store
Tor modern Picture Training
Pennants, Pillow Cops, Posters
Commercial Club Building
513 Willamette Street
Eueene Gun Co. Inc.
A Full Line of
Football, Basket Ball Ten
nis and Gym Supplies
CALL AND SEE US
Phone Main 151 534 Willamette St.
Delicious, Nutritious, Invigorating
Tell the girl at the
Palace ol Sweets
to make you a malted milk Fgg Choc
olate. A quick lunch prepared in a
SOPHOMBRES TO TABOO
Offending Freshmen Will Not At
tend Class Hop
Freshmen who do not wear green
c :ps regularly will not he admitted to
the Sophomore dance December 3rd.
Such is the mandate issued by the Soph
omore dance committee. loo many oi
the Frosh are getting careless about
wearing their caps, say tjie Sophomores,
and this action to enforce their regular
appearance on the campus is only one
of a regular series of moves contemplat
ed unless a stricter adherence to the rule
is soon noticed. The absence of the
customary green cap usually renders
him—the Freshman—invisible to the
upperclassmen now. But in some cases
this does not seem to be enough. So
any offending Freshmen appearing at
the Sophomore dance will quietly be
requested to “beat it."
The sophomore class will hold an im
portant meeting Thursday at 4:00 in
Professor DeCou's room.
The matters coming up for consid
eration will be football, finance and the
class dance President Carleton Spen
cer urges that all Sophomores attend,
Mrs. Eberle Kuykendall, nee Mis<
Winifred Hadley, is living in San Fran
FALL AND WINTER SALES
We are never satislied witn a
transaction unless you are
The service is better than
you find elsewhere
We are prepared to show one of the most complete stocks of popular priced new
Winter merchandise in Lane County. Come and be convinced.
All Wool Suits
Regular $20, _ ...$11.85
Regular $25. _15.00
Regular $35. _ 25.00
Steel Rod, 26x26 in.
One lot worth $1.25, for_..._$1.00
One lot worth $175, for_1.50
Gilt handled ones for ladies,,
worth $6.00 _4.50
MEN’S SUIT SALE
Most Complete Line in the City
$17.30 Suits at _$8.85
$19.70 Suits at _ 12.50
$25.IX) Suits at _17.50
r'J9en m^n's,ore Dodge Department Store LanebcaS c%„.er
S. H. FRIENDLY
College men and women trade at
Fsiendly’s because it is the only
natural thing for them to do
• • •
There’s a Reason!
Think it Over
Interest On $400.00 Paid for Es
say on Economics
The Bennett prize is tne annual in
come of ,$400.00 given to the University
of Oregon by the late Philo Sherman
Bennett, to be invested, and the pro
ceeds used for a prize for the best es
say discussing the principles of free
government. 1 he following rules will
govern the contest:
1. Limits in length of papers. The
committee considers that two thousand
words should be the minimum. It sets
no maximum limit.
2. Date of filing papers. The papers
of the contestants for the prize shall be
tiled on or before the third Monday in
May, with the Registrar. A pseudo
nym should be used on the paper, and
:i sealed envelope containing the true
name for pseudonym should accompa
3. Form. The paper should be type
written. and on paper uniform with that
required for the Senior thesis.
The committee shall have the right
to withhold the award if in its judg
ment no paper, worthy of the prize is
The following additional regulations
to lie observed by contestants were made
1. The criterion of reference must
he specific—the title of the volume and
number of page referred to should be
given in marginal note or foot note.
2. The essay should be in good lit
3. The subject selected must be so
restricted in scope as to secure pointed
and intensive discussion.
The following subjects have been sug
gested—others may be chosen by the
1. The next step for Oregon, polit
2. The effect in detail of the present
tariff rules upon the budget of an aver
age f mily.
3. A student's criticism of our pub
lic school system.
4. The correlation of direct legisla
tion with representative government.
. 5. Factors in the University that
make for leadership.
Any student in the University is eli
gible to contest for this prize. The prize
has not been awarded for the past two
years, but it is hoped the essays this
year will be of sufficient excellence that
it may lie awarded.
The sum is loaned out at present in
Eugene at four per cent interest, and
whether the $48.CO, including the inter
est which accumulated the past two
years, will be awarded to the deserving
winner of this year, or whether $32.00
will be added to the principal, making
the annual income at four per cent
$17.40 thereafter, is the momentous
question which confronts the faculty at
the present time.
'1 he subjects for this year will be
posted on the bulletin boards by Prof.
Young very shortly.
Norman Hackett. who for two sea
sons was the star of "Classmates,” and
who is well remembered for his brilliant
work in the classic drama with Sothern
•and Marlowe, Louis James, and other
eminent stars, has been especiallv en
gaged by the Shuberts to play the lead
ing role in 1 he1 City, Clyde Fitch's
sensational drama, which ran all hist
year at the Lyric theater. New York,
when it is presented at the Eugene The
atre on October 25
A course in the conservation of re
sources ;s offered at the University of
Michigan. Six years are required in
completing the course, and the degree
of Master of Conservative Engineering
The Store that Sells
FRANK E. DUNN
The Leading Dry Goods Store
DRY GOODS AND CARPETS
Ladies’ and Gent’s Furnishings
505 Willamette Street
Wholesale and Retail
Fresh, Corned and Smoked
U. of 0. Students
The place to get your
5 33 Wilumktte Street
Full Dress Shoes
W ilcox Bros., 457 Willamette St
Near new Postoffice