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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (April 8, 1911)
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Fancy Dancing and Basketball
Game Were Features of
The second annual demonstration of
women’s gymnasium work was held in
the Men’s Gym Thursday evening. The
galleries were crowded with the girls’
parents, friends, and by the faculty,
while the wood piles outside the east
windows were jammed with their broth
ers and cousins, both temporary and
permanent, who were denied admission.
The exhibit opened by a grand march
of about 250 Sophomores and Fresh
men, led by Frieda Goldsmith. This
was followed by calesthenics, club swing
ing, dumb-bell drills, fancy dancing, a
May pole dance and a basketball game
in which the Sophomores won from the
Freshmen by a score of 6-2.
Immediately after the program, Dr.
Stuart, assisted by Miss Perkins, served
ices and wafers to all those who took
The program given was:
1. Grand March, Freshmen and Soph
2. Swedish Day’s Order, Freshmen and
3. Indian Clubs, Sophomores.
4. Gilbert Dancing, Upperclass.
5. Dumb-bell Drill, Freshmen.
6. Spanish Dance, Upperclass.
7. Military Marching, 24 Sophomores,
8. Irish Tilt, Freshmen and Sopho
9. Basketball Game, Sophomores vs.
10. May Pole Dance, Freshmen and
Y. W. C. A. HOLD CONFER
ENCE NEXT MONDAY
The Y. W. C. A. meeting Monday af
ternoon will be in the nature of a con
ference rally, the chief aim being to
arouse interest in the annual North
west College Conference at the Breakers.
Edith Woodcock will have charge of
the meeting and there will be interest
ing talks given by various members who
have attended the conferences in the
LAUREANS TO PULL OFF
FEATURE WORTH WHILE
The Laurean Literary Society will
hold its regular meeting tonight at 7 :00,
and will present an exceptional pro
gram. There will be a debate on the
single tax question, with the affirmative
supported by E. J. Himes and Walter
Bailey. The negative will be defended
by C. E. Spencer, U. of O’s. great orator,
and C. A. Yaden.
The long looked for “Madame Sher
ry" arrived in Eugene yesterday and
played in the evening at the Eugene
I heater to one of the largest audiences
ever collected in that building. Every
seat was sold Thursday, and many were
standing in the aisles at the perform
Madame Sherry was not a disappoint
ment. The ladies, nine in number, were
attractive, and able to sing, too. The
leading lady, especialy, had a clear,
sweet voice, which, combined with her j
pleasing personality, made her a de-1
lightful character. Oscar Figman, a; the
“Chicle," was as original and funny as
when he used to play the Ambassador
in the Merry Widow. “Madame cher
ry" and “Edward Sherry” were well
acted and sung, as were the “Spanish
Woman" and the “French Janitor.”
The music was god. the songs and
dances were catchy. “Even- Little
Movement formed the background of \
the whole opera, and was played and
sung in many effective places and ways I
throughout the three acts. The orches-'
tra, made up of six of their own men,'
augmented by the local orchestra, was
one of the best ever heard in Eugene.
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