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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1911)
Sixteen Page Book Gives Complete
List of All Occurrences During
The Juniors have issued elaborate
programs of the Week-end festivities
which are both “classy” in appear
ance and also comprehensive of all
the “doings.” These are of two styles
—the most popular of which is the
one which has a large “’12” in gold
and a white background. The other
one has a smaller “1912” in gold on
On the second parge is the pro
gram of the Junior Orations, and a
lineup of the Oregon and Idaho Base
b 11 teams.
Page three coo:gins the cast of
characters for the Dramatic club pi jy
,Qn page four is the order of events
of the Canoe Carnival with the names
of the Queen, Committees in charge
and donors of cups and trophies.
Page five has the officals for the
Interscholastic track and field meet
and the order of events.
Pages six to eleven inclusive have
the entries for the Inter-Scholartic
Pages twelve and thirteen give the
program for University Day, the
chairmen of the various commitees,
and officials of the Triangular meet.
The entries for this meet are to be
found on page thirteen. Page four
teen contains a score card while the
Amateur records may be found on
page fifteen. Page sixteen has the
program for Saturday afternoon and
HELEN BEACH LEADING LADY
OF DRAMATIC CLUB PLAY
The leading lady of “At Yale,”
which was presented at the Eugene
Theatre Thursday evening, was Miss
Helen Beach, a prominent member of
the Senior class and a favorite in all
She is a member of the Gamma Phi
Beta sorority, of the Scroll and Script
Honor society and president of the
Her talent and charming personal
ity were shown to an advantage on
Thursday evening when she more than
pleased her audience.
Miss Juliet Cross
Juliet Cross, who is to play the
leading lady in the Senior play, is
very capable and charming. She is
a senior in the department of public
speaking, where she also acts as as
sistant. Everyone who witnessed Miss
Cross splendid work in last year’s
Dramatic Club play and Princess
Chrysanthemum is expecting great
things of her this year.
From now on the Freshmen at 0.
A. C. will wear green caps.
Columbia University expects to
start work soon on a $1,000,000 ath
Leon Ray, President Student Body
Leon Ray, who was elected presi
dent of the Student Body last Wed
nesday, is a popular Junior, majoring
in economics. He has represented the
varsity in debate for the last three
years, leading the team that defeated
Washington last year.
Mr. Ray possesses marked execu
tive ability and will undoubtedly fill
the office of president successfully.
Two hundred and forty-four men
have signed up for dormorities next
year at Pennsylvania.
A girl has been chosen for the de
bating team at Olivet college for the
first time in years.
Stanford’s Glee and Mandolin clubs
begin their summer concert tour May
22. This is the first trip taken by the
combined clubs since 1907.
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