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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (March 4, 1911)
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f j THE
DEDICATED 10 VARSITY
Hi PROFESSOR GLEN
March Number of Monthly Will
Treat of Devotees of
The March number of the Oregon
Monthly, which goes to press Monday,
March 6, will be one of interest not only
to music lovers, but to all students and
friends of the University of Oregon.
It will be distinctly musical throughout,
and will be dedicated to Professor Ir
ving M. Glen, Dean of the School of
Professor Glen has been untiring in
his efforts to put music on a par with
other student activities, therefore great
effort has been put forth to im.kc tlrs
number a fitting memorial to his earnest
and efficient leadership.
Every department will speak for itself.
There will lie several stories by such
pleasing writers as Cariu Degermark,
Nancy Noon, Cornelia Pinkham and Fen
Waite. The Who’s Who section will
give interesting and authentic accounts
of the student life of musical celebri
ties in college. The Waste Basket will
he especially attractive, appealing to the
humorous side of the musical “sharks.”
COMMITTEE WILL PLAN
TO ENTERTAIN ORATORS
Arrangements are nearly completed
for the entertainment of the visiting del
egates to tlie Inter-Collgiate Oratorical
All the fraternity and sorority houses
have consented to entertain some of the
visitors. A committee of one member
from each house has been appointed to
meet the delegates next Friday after
noon and escort them to the houses
where they will stay. This committee
will meet Monday afternoon at 3:45
to arrange all details.
Friday night after the contest the vis
itors will be entertained at the annual
banquet of the association.
1 hey will depart from Eugene some
CO-EDS DEBATE TRYOUT
TUESDAY, NOT MONDAY |
The preliminary women’s debate trv
j out will be held next Tuesday (instead
of Monday') evening at 7 :(X1 o’clock.
A large number are expected to enter
the tryout, although only a few have as
yet handed their names to Manager
I luntington. These are Birdie Wise, Li
lith Clark, Carin Degcrnmrk, Elizabeth
Bush, Jessie Calkins and Alice Stoddard.
The judges of the tryouts will be Dr.
Bennett, Mr. Kempthorne and Professor
Buchen. Speeches must be limited to
ROBISON WILL SPEAK
AT ORATORICAL BANQUET
At a meeting > f the Oregon delegates
to th • Inter-Collegiate Oratorical con
test, Ch tries \\ . Robison was elected to
respond to a toast for the University at
the banquet, which is attended by the
delegates, and by any other students or
friends who so desire. tickets are on
sale at the Steward’s office.
Professor Glen will be toastmaster.
i ITendershott’s orchestra will supply .lie
Do You Knew That One of the
Profs. Refused to Pay His
Mock Court Fine?
A quiet man who would sed telv pass,
detestmg ii 'ise and rug of parting brass,
i bad bttle cli nee b.is pathway to pursue.
He's bomuletl down by all the fearsome
i crew, who pounce upon while lie's pass
| ing by, and quickly rush him to the
; court room n.di. llis el mmy plunks
they try to part him with, but lie the
shining wheel refused to g'.v.e A little
w hile he m :y Iks journey wend, hut
they will surely lam' him in the end,
lhrwii’s theories are to he studied
h\ a club organized for the purpose at
the l niversity of \\ iseonsin.
ILL BE GIVEN HEBE
Senator Chamberlain Announces
That Politics Will Not Af
At the request of Senator Chamber
lain, the University of Oregon will hold
competitive examinations in Eugene on
April 6th and 7th to determine the ap
j pointee to West Point from Oregon.
! Heretofore the appointment has been
I made by one of Oregon’s senators, and
| politics has almost invariably played a
part. The arrangement this year will
put a stop to such practices.
To take the examination, a man must
lie between 17 and 22 years of age, a
citizen of Oregon, at least 5 feet 4 inches
| at 17 and 5 feet 5 inches at 18 years of
! age, and sound physically. He will be
I examined in Algebra, Physical and De
i scriptive Geography, English Grammar,
|English Composition, Literature and His
1 tory, including Ancient, Modern and
i Mediaeval, with special emphasis on the
1 history of our own country. He wdl
| .also be given a rigid physical examina
tion. The applicant axeraging highest
in these examinations will be given the
appointment from Oregon, which permits
him to go to the Presidio in San Fran
cisco and take the regular entrance ex
aminations for West Point, and if suc
cessful, be entered into the academy on
June 14, 1911.
The physical test will be given in Eu
! gene, along with the academic exam
inations, but it is suggested that appli
cants submit themselves to such a test
before taking the examinations in Eu
j gene, in order to make certain that they
have no defect which will stand in the
way of appointment.
Already several applications have been
filed with the Registrar, and the Univer
sity authorities predict a large number
of men will try for the appointment.
VARSITY BOKING AGENCY
A large majority of the number
of future assemblies have been provid
ed with programs along with their re
spective dates. The following , are defi
i nitely assured: (On "March 8 the Jtuiior
' class will have charge of the entertain
ment ; March 15 Edgar B. Piper, of
Portland,' will lecture; March 22'•the
Freshman class- will render re pVogfam ;
April 5 President P. L. Campbell will
speak; and April 12 Mrs. Clara Waldo
will give an address. March 29 has not
yet been provided ':fqr,j but .„the commit
tee promise to get a good speaker for
I that occasion, or turn that, hour over
to the student hotly if' necessary.
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