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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (June 1, 1912)
NEW FEATURES INK
Class Breakfasts, Reunions, and Mas
ter's Ceremony, Are on
The Commencement week program,
with one exception, is now complete,
and arrangements are rapidly being
made for the various features of the
exercises by the different classes,
alumni committees, and by the Uni
Up to the present time, no com
mencement speaker has been secured
by the class, but several prominent
Eastern men are under consideration,
which obviates any possible difficulty
from this source.
Committees have been appointed by
the Eugene Alumni Association, to
take charge of the Flower and Fern
Procession, and the Alumni Ball and
Reunion, which will be held Monday
and Wednesday evenings, respective
ly. Mrs. L. T. Harris, Mrs. C. M.
Collier, and Miss Greta Bristow, com
pose a committee which will arrange
the feature inaugurated here several
years ago by Prof. Carson, while
Mrs. F. L. Chambers, Mrs. Reuben
Steelquist, and Miss Norma Hen
dricks will act as a general commit
tee having in charge the Alumni Ball
and Reunion. Other sub-committees
will be appointed to take charge of
decorations and other details.
The Junior girls will prepare the
Alumni Banquet, to be held Wednes
day afternoon in the Gymnasium, and
that class will also be in charge of
the decorations in Villard Hall, which
will be changed each day.
Other features of the Commence
ment week will be breakfasts given
for and by each class now in college.
These will be held Monday morning
at different places on the campus.
The class of 1910 will set a new
precedent by giving a similar break
fast, served by the girls of the class,
at the same time. The resident 1910
alumni have made complete plans and
have committees at work on the pro
Tuesday afternoon will be given
over to reception. For besides the
President’s reception, the classes of
i 1907, 1902. 1897, 1892, 1887, will hold
: class reunions on the campus. The
i receptions will be held simultaneously
thus allowing the alumni to visit the
For the first time in the history of
the University, the ceremony confer
ing the master’s degree will be given
by the President, during the regular
Commencement services Wednesday
morning. Those who will receive the
master of arts degree at that time
are Miss Ruth Duniway, Ben Wil
liams, and Ferdinand Neubouer.
Miss Jenny Fry went to Salem
Miss Elva Burness came down for
the Fiji picnic.
Miss Elsie Bain spent last week
end in Albany.
Mrs. Taylor, of Portland, is a guest
at the Theta house.
Miss Meta Matthews has gone to
Portland for the week end.
Jessup Strang has recovered from
a bad case of tonsilitis, and is back
Mr. Walter L. Tooze, of Salem, was
in Eugene for several days to visit
his daughter Ethel.
Miss Lueen Moreland, of Salem,
is a guest of Mrs. Edith Regen-Lud
lin and Chester Moores.
Miss Hilda Tooze, ex-’13, of Ore
gon City, is at the Chi Omega house.
She will remain until after Com
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“The Home of Good Pictures.”
Change of Program Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
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