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DATE OF EUGENE GLEE
CONCERT FIXED DEG. I
Definite Dates and Itinerary of
The date of the first Glee Club con
cert has been definitely fixed for Thurs
day, December 1st, instead of Decem
ber 14th, as announced. Manager Smith
of the Eugene Theater, believes that the
former date will accommodate many
more than the latter, and says that the
; date will not be again changed.
The club will start on its first tour
I December 8th, when it will appear at
Albany. Albany people, and especially
high school students, are very enthu
siastic over the prospect of hearing the
club this year, and a large attendance
is assured. On Friday evening, Decem
ber 9th, the club will sing in Vancouver,
Washington. Vancouver has a new the
ater this' year and- guarantees of a
large attendance have been received
from the high school and neighboring
preparatory schools. From Vancouver
the club will go to Portland, where it
will play in the new Heilig theater.
Saturday evening, December 10th. The
final concert of the first tour will be
given at Salem, Monday, December 12.
The Eastern Oregon trip opens at
Hood River on December 19th, and in
cludes Heppner, December 20; Pendle
ton, December 21; Ontario. December
22; and Baker City, December 22. La
Grande has been necessarily omitted
from the schedule, because of a con
flict in dates.
With the Jefferson High School foot
bal team is Virgil Earl’s youngest bro
ther in the capacity of tackle.
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NEW POOL TABLES
Confectionery, Soft Drinks, Cigars
21 W. Eighth St., bet. Willamette and
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College men and women trade at
Fsiendly’s because it is the only
natural thing for them to do
Think it Over
There’s a Reason
MISS WADE DECORATES
EATON'S MEMORY BOOK
Drawings Chosen by Competition
Among University Artists
The new Oregon Memory Book which
Allen Eaton expects to put on the mar
ket in about ten days, is to be. as Mr.
Eaton says, an article of "some class.”
The book will have a linen, neutral
colored cover, approximately 13x17
inches. In accord with his intention of
making this memory book distinctively
Oregon, Mr. Eaton has chosen for the
front cover a design drawn by Chris
tine Wade, T2. Miss Wade’s drawings,
which include cover designs and head
ings, were chosen by competition
among the various student artists, and
Miss Wade will receive a substantial
prize. The drawings are said to be
very attractive and to give a decided
college tone to the book.
The back cover will be stamped with
the Oregon seal, or to make it more in
dividual, it will be possible to have, in
stead, any fraternity letters or person
al initials if desired. The inside of the
book will also be decorated and ar
ranged for special departments—ruled
for autographs and football schedules,
with special paper for mounting pic
tures, etc. In order that they may be
arranged to suit individual tastes, these
inside pages will be put in by some
loose leaf arrangement.
Mr. Eaton would be glad to receive
from the students any suggestions as
to special features, and he will pay for
any inside page designs which he can
use. It is his purpose to produce some
thing which will suit all the students,
and to this end he wishes them to aid
him in planning it.
PROFESSOR ADAMS GIVES
NEW COURSE IN DRAWING
A new course opened in the Univer
sity, and one advancing rapidly, is the
course in free hand drawing, given by
Professor Adams. It is becoming quite
popular with those registered, and
some splendid work is being done.
At present there is no college of fine
arts, hut it is hoped that in the near
future such a department will be or
ganized. At present this course in free
hand drawing is given in the college
of Civil Engineering.
There are about twelve students in
the course, and it is hoped to increase
each semester. Some of the students
have proved very efficient, and by the
end of the year there will no doubt
he some good work turned out.
ADVISE SIMPLE FROCKS
FOR STUDENT DANCES
The student body dances should be
made informal affairs. Last year the
Senior dance was in a way informal,
but when the first student body dance
came, although the men did not wear
dress suits, many of the girls came
elaborately dressed. 1 think the girls
should get together and decide to wear
simple dresses, or perhaps shirt waists
and skirts. It" the dances are made sim
ple affairs, they will be more demo
cratic and more representative of the
student body as a whole. Let the girls
decide that they will lie informal affairs,
and they are bound to be more enjoyable. |
ENGINEER CLUB PROMISE
1 lie Engineering Club promises a
good program for its next meeting, on
I nday. November 4, at 8:00 P. M„ in
Professor Adams will give a lecture,
the subject not yet announced. The
second speaker will be Francis P.
Kurtz, who was late resident engineer
of the Cottage Grove water system.
A large attendance is desired.
britz Dean, last year president of
the Junior class and manager of the
Emerald, is working at Grants Pass.
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