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Elsa Koerber, ex-’14, of Portland
and Caroline Dunston, ’10, spent the
week-end at the Gamma Delta Gam
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LAUREANS WILL CHOOSE
CLASS DEBATING TEAMS
On account of the Hurrey meetings,
the regular meeting of the Laurean
Literary Society has been posponed
until March 9, at which time the try
out for the Freshman debating team
will be held. This team will debate
a similar team chosen from the Soph
omore class on March 23. Consider
able interest is being shown in these
debates and a lively competition for
places on the teams is expected. The
question for the final debate has not
been decided upon, but will be given
Tom Word has gone to Portland for
a few days.
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* ALUMNI NOTES 11
Joseph E. Young, B. A. ’92, is an at
torney at Cottage Grove, Ore.
Mary E. Watson, B. A. ’09, is an as
sistant instructor in English litera
ture in the University.
Ada Ardys Allen, B. A. ’10, is al
home, 333% Market street, Portland
George Kay Campbell, C. E. ’01, is s
consulting and contracting engineer oi
Sue M. Dorris, M. A. ’93, is the pop
ular photographer of University stud
' ents in Eugene.
J. Edward Kane, M. D. '07, is a suc
cessful practicing physician and sur
geon with offices at 23d and Thurmar
streets, Portland, Ore.
Clara W. Young-Beames, sister oi
Wilma and Ben Young, was city phy
sician of Astoria, Ore., but is now re
siding with her husband, also a phy
sician, in Baker City, Ore.
Ben L. Norden, M. D. ’07, is coronei
of Multnomah county.
Mary A. Gray, B. A. ’05, is a teachei
in Portland, and lives at the Sargenl
Joseph B. Dodson, B. A. ’06, is prac
ticing law at McMinnville, Ore.
Ora C. Wright, M. A. ’05, is the pop
ular chaplain of the Washington Statt
Reform School, at Monroe, Wash.
Mrs. Julia Adams McDaniel, B. A
’79, is living in Corvallis, Ore.
Fred G. Thayer, B. A. ’03, is a prac
ticing physician of Medford, Ore.
Ruth Hansen, B. A. ’10, is teaching
in Salem High School, Salem, Ore.
Oliver Bruce Huston, B. A. ’10, is
a student at the Yale School of Law.
Rea Norris, B. S., ’03, is one of Ore
gon City’s prominent physicians anc
Homer D. Angell, B. A. ’10, is j
lawyer with offices tn the Fentoi
Building, Portland. Mr. Angell is on*
of the past presidents of the Alumni.
One of the famous Templeton’s
Charles L., of the class of ’99, is phy
sician in Seattle, Wash.
Paul J. Reattain, B. A. ’94, is en
gaged in stock raising, with postoffic*
address at Paisley, Ore.
Miss Effie Roland, formerly of ths
music department, is studying music ir
Boston, and will represent Mu Phi Ep
silon at their National convention
which will be held sonetime during
May in Syracuse.
The Gamma Phis nave taken pity
on the poor “cookless’ Betas. Friday
evening, the Soph mores and Seniors
will be dinner guests, and on Satur
day evening the Freshmen and Juniors
will have their turn.
Sixty-eight men are turning out foi
crew practice at the University of
VARSITY MEN IN W
Claims that Many College Men Lead
Lives of Inefficiency and Use
By Howard Zimmerman.
The series of special student meet
ings that are being addressed by Mr.
Charles D. Hurrey, began last night
with one of the most impressive talks
that could have been given to Univer
sity men. Mr. Hurrey grasped the
thoughts and attention of the men
with his opening sentence, and held
it concentrated upon his theme, which
he rapidly developed with an intense
seriousness that was contagious. The
men sat through the talk with scarce
ly a movement, held by the intense
conviction conveyed by the speaker’s
thoughts and manner.
Mr. Hurrey dealt, as a college man,
with the struths that are most fund
amental to college men. He stated
the fact, only too obvious to the
world, that men are going out of the
universities by the hundreds today
to lives of inefficiency and often of
usefulness. The cause of this he
brought home to the men with the
unerring force of a man of knowledge
and experience. It is the fact that,
in the freedom of college life, men
get to doing things they would be
ashamed to tell the folks at home.
The great men of the world today
and always, he pointed out, are those
who have learned to reverence God,
the Bible, a clean life, and noble prin
ciples. He appealed to the men in
quiet, yet vibrant words, to make their
college life worth while, to cultivate
habits which alone could make great
The men went away thoughtful.
The impression made by Mr. Hurrey
was such that a large crowd is anti
cipated at the mass meeting of men
and women to be held this evening in
Villard Hall. This meeting is to be
at 7:15 o’clock. The final meeting of
the series will be a men’s meeting on
Sunday afternoon, at 3 o’clock.
* PERSONAL AND SOCIAL *
“Brick” Michael is in Portland,
working on his thesis.
Addison Bennett, of the Oregonian,
is a guest of the Kappa Sigma House.
Fen Waite and “Scotchy” McAllen
are spending the week-end in Port
Marjorie Holcomb, who has decided
to leave college, will go to Portland
Saturday afternoon, the Betas were
hosts at an informal dance, for the
The Chi Omegas were guests of the
1 Kappa Sigma fraternity last Wednes
Mr. Emerich, of Medford, has spent
a few days in Eugene, visiting his
Mrs. A. C. Dixon entertained Mu
' Phi Epsilon and their patronesses
1 Miss Elizabeth Fox will be in charge
of the regular Y. W. C. A. meeting
Monday, at 4 P. M.
* The Kappa Alpha Thetas enter
tained the Sigma Nus informally on
• Saturday afternoon.
1 JYlrs. K. C. Clark entertained at
' cards for some of the University girls
on Saturday afternoon.
■ Mildred Bagley will spend the week
end in Salem, in order to attend the
Laura Kennon, who is teaching in
Cottage Grove, will be here during
the Tri Delta initiation.
Five Kappa Sigmas were dinner
guests Thursday evening at the Gam
ma Delta Gamma House.
Vivie Cecil will be a week-end guest
of her sister, Louise Cecil, at the Gam
ma Delta Gamma House.
Friday evening, Miss Fox and Mrs.
Hamilton were entertained at dinner
at the Gamma Delta Gamma House.
Week-end guests at (he Tri Delta
Horse are Emma J >n. Olivia Risley,
laura Kennon, Mis. Dan J. Fry, Pris
Robert Krohn and McLaren, of
Washington High Basketball team,
are spending the week-end as guests
at the Alpha Tau Omega House.
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