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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1912)
E. C. Hughes. G. E. Wood.
Eugene Bottling Co*
Manufacturers of all kinds of
SOFT DRINKS AND SYRUPS
Golf and Tennis Supplies
Eugene Gun Co.
C. W. Crump
STAPLE AND FANCY
F res h Vege ta b 1 es
20 East Ninth St. Phone 18
W. F. Osburn, Prop.
Modern and Up-to-Date.
Rooms en suite or single.
Dining room popular with stud
ents of U. of 0.
EST AT THE
If you want the best
Try the Owl’s
Famous Clam Chowder
Opp. Postoffice Cor. 6th and ^ lllaniett;
For the Best and Freshest Fruits
Opposite Post Office
Cor. chli ami Willamette.
U. of O. students welcome to Eu
gene. You are invited to inspect oui
plant and our goods. All kinds of
pastry, sanitary wrapped bread
Heinz’ goods, Aider confectionery
chewing gum, etc.
I Hum & 1 ’rice
Phone 72. 30 East 0th St
CLEANING and PRESSING
WHEN YOU THINK OF
then of course you naturally think o'
Smart, The Jeweler
Naw Location 6$1 Willamette
LADIES and GENTS TAILOR
All work guaranteed. None but
first class workmen employed. Our
work is made right in Eugene.
19 E. Ninth St. Phone 138
Phone 123. West Eight Street.
W. M. GREEN
The BEST of Everything to Eat
Phone us your orders. We have
our own delivery wagons. Phone 246.
Soe iTortlj lV>iii&otv for Pisplay
of fpriiut atifc Summer Woolens
MEN BUY AT
505 Willamette Street
Registered Factory on
Wholesale and Retail
5^1 Willamette St. Eugene
Hunter Electric Co.
Hitt Willamette Phone 718
Roach Music House
Everything In the
10th and Willamette Sts. Phone 862.
The Store that Saves you Money
on Furniture for Students
Shaping 2Tece5sitics '
by iSrabuate pharmacists
5l]enpin=ITToore Drug Co.
9th anb IDillamette
BISSELL & BARKER
526 Willamette Street
General Home Furnishers
Phone 124 Eugene, Oregon
EYES THAT TIRE EASILY
can be greatly helped by wearing
glasses while reading, writing or sew
Let me fit you today to glasses
that will ease the strain on your eyes
and fit so comfortably that you will
feel as if you had always worn them.
DR. J. 0. WATTS, Optometrist
564 Willamette St.
KAY GUN CO.
Harley Davidson, Indian 8c
Flying Merkel Motorcycles
Racycle and Pierce
Get a Kodak
or a Premo
pictures for your mem’ry book
Gillette Safety Razors
An extensive line of suitable Wadding and
For an Hour of Entertainment
THE HOME OF GOOD FILMS
at our office and see our gas automatic
Any time you turn the facet you get
Oregon Power Co.
We carry Starrett’s
Tools, Pipe, Fittings
and up-to-date Machinery
General Portrait Photography
Billiards anb pool
SMITH & McCORMIGK, Proprietors
THE HOME OF GOOD MEATS
AND GROCERIES. FRESH
CURED, CORNED AND SMOK
ED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND
Phone 38 487 Willametts
SECOND HAND STORE
I pay the highest price for Second
Hand Clothing and Shoes.
SAM GEMS, Prop.
Phone 794. 58 West Eighth St.
JOHN J. RUDE
Groceries and Meats
Fifth and Blair Phone 620
Several of the Kappa Alpha The
tas had a picnic breakfast up the
GOES TO ALBANY HIGH
National Cabinet System Discredited
By Albany Speakers—Decision
By a unanimous decision, the Al
bany High School debating team won
the championship of the Oregon High
School Debating League from The
Dalles High School, last Monday
evening in Villard Hall. This is the
first time that the final honors have
gone to Albany, previous contests be
ing awarded to Grants Pass, Le
banon, and Pendleton, the latter
school having won the Regents Cup,
by their third victory last year.
Albany’s team, composed of Chas.
Ohling and Irwine Acheson, upheld
the negative of the question, “Re
solved, That the System of Govern
ment in Oregon Would be Improved
by the Adoption of tne Nation Cab
inet Plan, Allowing the Governor and
Cabinet Members to Introduce and
Debate Measures in me Legislature.”
Supporting the affirmative of the
question were Howard McDonald
and Miss Erma Bennett, of the Dalles
The burden of argument of the
negative was to show specific in
stances, where this form of govern
ment has failed, citing the state of
New Jersey and the recent Ballinger
case. The fact that the recall can
not be used against a cabinet mem
ber, and that the governor could
build a powerful political machine in
the selection of his cabinet, were
dwelt upon by the negative. Other
arguments advanced by Albany’s
representatives were t»hat a form of
state government should not be
changed for an uncertain scheme, es
pecially in the absence of any good
reasons for the transition.
With better delivery, the affirm
ative team advanced their arguments
th?it better men would be brought
into office, and that the cabinet mem
bers are better fitted to propose and
debate measures coming under their
department. Miss Bennett asserted,
that the plan would shorten the bal
lot, and by its adoption, the general
character of the state government
would be improved.
Previous to the debate Miss Edna
Miller rendered a vocal solo.
The judges were Prof. W. B.
Kempthorne, Ralph Moores, and Prof.
The cup recently donated by the
Labrean Society, to be contested for
each year, now that the Regents Cup
is permanently won, was awarded to
the victorious team.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHING
TON, May 31—Two Washington co
eds—Ruth Evans, a senior, and Alice
Albitz, a sophomore—fainted Wed
nesday as a result of the nervous
stress of the final examinations in
the college of arts and science.
Because of the new double ex
amination system tried this year at
Washington, where students must
take exams at the end of the semester
for the whole yearls work, and pass
again in June in work completed at
the end of the first semester, Miss
Evans was forced to take eleven ex
aminations. Five of these came on
Wednesday, and she gave way in the
last, in bacteriology.
Miss Albitz fainted before the
desk of Frofessor Harvey B. Dens
more in an examination in Greek
on the same day.
Osthoff, who coached Washington
State College during the past two
seasons, will take his master’s de
gree at Washington next year and
would like to get Max Eakin’s’ job as
assistant football coach. He will
probably encounter some difficulty,
for Dobie likes Eakins.
The revised figures for the attend
ance at Oberlin for this year have
been completed. While the number
of men is proportionately large, the
total number enrolled in all depart
ments. 1789, is lower than it has been
since 1906; of this number 695 are
men, and 1094 are women.
The Chinese students at Cornell
formally hoisted the flag of the new
republic last week in recognition of
the new Chinese government.