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Yale University begins its 211 year
of existence this year, and from pres
ent indications there will be no ma
terial gain in attendance.
The Dalifornia-Stanford inter-col
legiate debate will be held during the
first semester hereafter instead of the
second as formerly.
Drake University of Des Moines,
Iowa, now publishes a daily paper.
Soccer football practice has been ini
tiated at Drake University this fall. 1
HENRY GEORGE, JR., WILL
ADDRESS VARSITY STUDENTS
The Henry George Association will
meet, Monday evening, at 7 o’clock,
in Prof. Schmidt’s room, Deady Hall,
to reorganize for the year and elect
officers. Planes for the meetings
and lectures during the school year
will also be discussed.
Arrangements have been made for
Henry George, Jr., to give an ad
dress in Villard Hall, Monday even
ing, Oct. 1(5, on the “Value of [Tax
ation.” Henry George, Jr., is a mem
ber of the House of Representatives
from New York, and is the son of j
the author of “Progress and Pov
erty.” He is on a lecture tour
through the United States and Canada
and Eugene is his only stop between
Portland and San Francisco.
Eugene and college students are
very fortunate in having the oppor
tunity of hearing this man of national
The lecture will be free to all stu
dents and town people, for the ex
penses are to be paid by subscription. |
All those wishing to contribute see
Mi-. Ed. Himes.
This is the first lecture of the year,
and plans are being made for other
national speakers to come and lec
William Lai. ex-'14, the noted
Chinese tenor of Oregon’s 1910 Glee
Club, has been chosen a member of
the University of Washington Glee j
Club and will sing several important
roles in the club’s repertoire.
Hear Harry Bulger sing “Dear Col
lege Chum” in the “Flirting Prin
cess" at the Eugene Theater, Friday,
A1 Collier, ’14. returned yesterday
from Eastern Oregon.
C. W. EDMUNDS. M. D.
Oculist and Aurist, 201 White Temple.
DIE HEREIN GERMANIA
HELD INITIAL MEETING
Lambda Rho House Filled With Many
Old and New Members of the
The Verein Germania held the first
meeting of the year at the Lambda
Rho house last evening. A large num
ber were present and the meeting was
a success in every way. The pro
gram consisted of solos from Miss
Lucile McQuinn and from Vernon
Motschenbacher, and an interesting
talk about his travel in Germany
from Mr. Koehler. Miss Celia Hager
was unanimously elected vice-presi
dent. Many applications for mem
bership were received. The follow
ing committees were appointed:
Program—Celia Hager, Rachel
Applegate, and Hulda Pau. Music—
Florence Cleveland, Dorothy Camp
bell, and Homer Maris. Poster—
Ella Moulton, Harry Viereck, and
Lila Sengstake. Membership—Ches
ter Kronenberg, Mabel Lane, and Joe
A social committee is yet to be ap
A play with a cast of fourteen,
“Die Sonntagsjaeger,” will be pre
sented this winter under the director
ship of Miss Elizabeth Busch.
ELECTRICAL MEN THRIVE
AMONG NEW INSTRUMENTS
Considerable new apparatus has
been added to the Electrical Engin
eering Laboratory, of which the fol
lowing are the most important. A
constant current, transformed with
arc lamp attachments. A mercury
arc rectifier for charging storage
batteries, and a battery of thirty-six
amphere hours capacity. Ten or
twelve measuring instruments, volt
meters, and ammeters, some to be
used on the switchboard and some
portable. Besides these there are
two thesis instruments. Clarence
Stoddard has constructed an auto
transformer, and Louis E. McCoy de
vised a control for regulating volt
The electrical laboratory is now
well equipped and some excellent
work is expected from that depart
JUNIORS MUST BE ARMED
WITH BUCKET AND BRUSH
The painting of the concrete “O”
on Skinner’s Butte promises to be an
annual junior week-end affair, as that
pretentious object is invairiably
“daubed” during the year, either by
local talent or by visiting miscreants
with discordant senses of color
A short time following junior week
last year the visiting California base
ball team converted the “O” into a
lop-sided “C” by plastering one side
with a generous coat of blue paint.
Then during the summer a survey
or’s gang, made up of outside college
men, pulled off a pilgrimage up to the
big letter, where an added assortment
of hues was besmeared.
It will be necessary for the juniors
to “re-massage” the “0” this year.
HENRY GEORGE CLUB WILL
RESUME TAXATION STUDIES
A meeting of the Henry George
Association, and nil those interested
in the question of taxation, is called
for Monday evening, at 7:15, in Dr.
Schmidt’s room in Deady Hall.
This is the first meeting of the
year and the annual election of offi
cers will take place. The program
for the year will be discussed, and
a large attendance of interested stu
dents is desired. Some very import
ant tax legislation will be proposed
at the next meeting, and the ques
tions are to be thoroughly covered by
the Henry George Association.
Sergeant Dean Gilkey, Oregon ’ll, of
Co. A, 4th Regt., O. N. G., got high
est score at the dual shoot between
the Eugene Co.’s A and C, with a
score of 125 out of a possible 150.
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