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American Bill of Fare, 6 A. M. to
12 P. M. ..Chinese Bill of Fare, 8 A.
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STAPLE AND FANCY
20 East Ninth St. Phone 12.
Regal and Stetson Shoes.
Mallory and Stetson Hats.
Star and Cluett Shirts.
554 Willamette Street.
WHEN YOU THINK OF
then of course you naturally think of
Smart, The Jeweler
New Location 591 Willamette
W. M. Renshaw
Wholesale and Retail,
Cigars and Tobacco
513 Willamette St.
Roach Music House
Everything In the
10th and Willamette Sts. Phone 862.
W. M. GREEN
The BEST of Evn
PROMISED BY Y.M.C.A.
Best of Local Talent Will Appear at
Christian Church Friday in
On Friday night, February 16, of
this week, at the First Christian
Church, at 8 o'clock, the people of
Eugene and Lane county will have the
opportunity' of enjoying the best mu
sical program composed of local tal
ent that has ever been heard in Eu
gene, if the predictions of the man
ager, Edward Himes, work out as
planned. The program will consist of
both vocal and instrumental music
and also readings.
The University Y. M. C. A., for
whose benefit the musical will be
given, is very fortunate in securing
such well known artists as Mrs.
Frances Hughes Wade, harpist, Prof.
Ellsworth Crocker, violinist, Prof.
Reddie, reader, and others.
The complete program is as fol
1. Ruth Davis—Piano solo—Hu
moresque . Rachmaninoff
2. Mrs. Rose Powell—Vocal solo
Harry E. Devereaux, Violin Cello
3. Prof. Archibald Reddie—Read
ing-—Balcony Scene, “Romeo
4. Florence Cleveland—Vocal
5. Ira Manville—Vocal solo—
“Thursday” .J. L. Molloy
6. Ladies Quartette—
a. Minuet—“Miss Nancy’s
b . Welcome, Pretty Primrose.”
Miss Lois Powell, Mrs. A. Mid
dleton, Mrs. Rose Powell, Mrs.
1. Mrs. Frances Hughes Wade—
Harp solo—Marzurka .
2. E. Kinney Miller—Vocal solo—
“A Bowl of Roses.
.Robert Coningsby Clarke
3. Prof. Archibald Reddie—Read
4. Prof. Ellsworth Crocker—Vio
lin solo—Viennois Caprice,
Ops. 2.Fritz Kreisler
5. Mrs. A. Middleton—Vocal
be fifty cents. Students, thirty-five.
WASHINGTON WANTS MORE
CONVENIENT BASEBALL DATE
A letter was received by Manager
Geary today from Victor Zednick, of
Washington, asking for April 15th
and 16th as dates for baseball games
in the conference series.
This date is considerable earlier
than the Oregon authorities planned
to meet the Northerers, who desire to
play at that time, as they will be on
their California trip. What action
may be taken in regard to the change
of dates remains for the directors of
Oregon athletics to decide. Nothing
can be done until Captain Jamison re
turns from the northern basketball
Garwood H. Ostrander, B. S. 1901,
and M. D. 1904, is a practicing phy
sician with offices in the Oregonian
Charles L. Campbell, B. A. 1904, is
a civil engineer with headquarters at
Are there any hustlers in college?
I have a good proposition to make to
several men for spare time work. If
you are interested, call and see me be
tween 6:30 and 7:30 any evening this
week at the Delta Sigma House.
C. W. WALLS.
Weber’s Milwaukee Chocolates at
the Obak Cigar Store.
Do Not Forget
when going home on your vacation,
to take home a box of “OTTO’S”
VICTORIA CHOCALATES, the best
Have you paid that dollar to the
Emerald ? Do it now.
* Martin Hawkins, 12. Oregon’s *
* premier athlete and Northwest *
* record hurdler, has returned, and *
* will represent the University on *
* Hayward’s championship contend- *
* ers this spring.
* Hawkins is one of the greatest *
* athletes ever developed at Oregon, *
* and his return will boost the pros- *
* peets for this season’s lemon-yel- *
* low cinder path artists to a dizzy *
* height. *
Y. M. C. A. MIX PROVES TO
BE PLEASANT RELAXATION
The first relaxation after exams
was indulged in by the men of the
University in a general "mix” in the
Dormitory on Friday evening. The
big crowd gathered in the reception
room and after several games of “hot
hand,” the honors in the traditional
cock-fight were carried off by Ed Bai
ley. After this momentous contest
had been settled, a short but pleasing
program was rendered by Apperson,
Ray Williams, Earle Jones, and Prof.
The promise of “good eats” was
made good when the fellows were
served with oyster cock-tails, rolls
and hot cocoa.
Allen H. Eaton, B. A. 1902, is a
merchant of Eugene.
Mrs. Florence Dorris Bronaugh, B.
A. 1893, is at home in Portland.
Frederick William Mulkey, B. A.
1896, is a practicing attorney in Port
FACULTY REVISES 1HE
SOCIAL AFFAIR RULES
All Functions Now Divided Into Those
Requiring Petitions and
At a recent meeting of the Faculty
committee on student affairs the
rules governing all social affairs at
the University were revised. All
functions are divided into formal and
informal affairs. Informal affairs
may be held without petition, but
formal affairs must be petitioned. A
formal affair does not mean what it
formerly did: A formal party al
lowed each house once during the
school year, but simply a function re
quiring faculty sanction. This change
is made in order to prevent conflicts
in dates and to furnish the faculty a
means of keeping tab on the amount
of social doings in the University.
The following are the revised
Formal and Informal Affairs.
1. All social functions shall be con
sidered under two heads: Formal and
(a) A formal function is defined as
any reception, banquet, or dancing
party, when the number of invited
guests exceeds one-half the number
of students residing in the house.
(b) An informal affair is any sim
ple entertainment (at dinner, theater,
driving, boating, etc.) of not more
than half the number of persons re
siding in the house, provided there be
no formal invitations, no special cere
mony in dress or for refreshments.
1. Petitions are required for all
formal social functions. This regula
tion applies to individual students and
students whose homes are in Eugene,
as well as to all organizations.
2. Petitions shall be in the hands
of the Committee on Student Affairs
at its regular meeting—the first and
third Wednesdays of each month.
3. Informal social affairs require
no petitions nor other recognition
from the Committee on Student Af
fairs, except that all informals shall
be reported to the Committee.
1. There shall be no formal social
functions during the first month of
the session of the University, except
those listed under “Scheduled Events.”
2. There shall be no formal social
functions during the four weeks pre
ceding the beginning of the second
3. There shall be no social func
tions during the week—on Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday.
TO BE HELD MAY 10
Manager Geary Sends Out Invitations
to All Preparatory Schools in
Manager Geary is already making
plans for the Spring Inter-eholastic
Track Meet and is sending out invita
tions to the preparatory schools to
participate in the contest. It is prob
able that the Eastern Oregon schools
will not be able to compete, because
of a similar meet in Baker City, the
date of which clashes with Geary’s
It may be found possible, however,
to bring the Eastern Oregon victors
down for a try against the boys from
the wet section of the state.
Following is Mr. Geary’s communi
cation to the preparatory schools:
February?, 7, 11)12.
Manager of Track:
The University of Oregon Annual
Inter-Scholastic Track Meet will be
held at Eugene on the 11th and 10th
of May. Your school is cordially in
vited to send a team. The entire ex
penses of four track athletes from
each school will be borne by the stud
ents of the University; but a greater
or less number may be sent to the
While the High School athletes are
in Eugene, two illustrated lectures
will be given for their benefit by
William L. Hayward, Oregon’s vet
eran trainer. Mr. Hayward has de
veloped nine of the athletes that at
the present time hold Northwest rec
ords in track events and has been
greatly responsible for the successes
which the track teams of the Uni
versity of Oregon have attained. Mr.
Hayward’s talks will deal with points
in training which he considers im
The High School students will be
the honor guests of the week-end,
and faculty and students will join in
extending to them the hospitality of
the University. The fraternities,
clubs and dormitories will provide
rooms and meals for the visitors.
The High School track men who
take part in the University of Oregon
Annual Interscholastic Track Meet
will be given free tickets to the two
baseball games between the nines of
the University of Oregon and Wash
ington State College, the Dramatic
Club’s annual play at the Eugene
Theatre, and the Canoe Carnival, all
of which are scheduled to take place
during the week-end that they are at
More complete details of the meet
and attractions planned will be sent
later. I am
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