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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1912)
Published each Tuesday, Thursday and
Saturday, of the school year, by the As
sociated Students of the University of
Entered at the postofllce t Eugene as
second class matter.
Subscription rates, per year, *1.0(1.
Single copies, 5c _
Editor-in-Chief.Karl VV, Onthank
Han aging Editor, ,Fr, ai S. Allen
Mews Editor,.Keury Fowler
caty Editor,.Ka" Id Young
Assistant Editor. .. .Caneto,. E Spencer
■porting Editor,.Mason fit. Roberts
Co-Ed. Sporting Editor, Ne,.j* Kemenway
Administration . . . .Clarence J'rotherton
Assistant .i,.iu b McDonald
Society Editor.Elizabeth Lewis
Assistant, .My rtle Grain
Literary, .A. If. Davies
reatnrea, .Leland Hendricks
Law School.it. Burns Powell
Hews Editor's Staff.
Fred i unbar
City Editor’s Stall
Andrew M. Collier
Assistant Manager.Lyman O. *lce
Advertising Manager-Marsh Goodwin
Assistants .Clyde Aitchlson
Circulation Manager Sam Iftichaal
Assistant .John McOuir
Saturday, November 23, 1912.
TEAK ’EM UP, OREGON!
Fellows, tear loose! It’s the same
old Oregon, the same old Spirit, and
we’ll play the good game in the same
Many’s the day when the dope was
against the Lemon and Yellow, but
Oregon spirit pulled her through with
colors flying and victory nailed to the
It’s all in the atmosphere. That
means racket; good old fight-inspiring
rooting, the kind that sends the men
through the opposing line so that all
heck can’t stop ’em.
School doesn’t keep today.
The biggest thing on earth is the
Oregon-O. A. C. football game. Get
the idea? It’s your holiday; you
can’t get your share out of it unless
you put your share in. Forget every
thing else, and yell, yell, YELL!
The men on the team are giving the
best there is in them for Old Oregon.
Now, all together, OREGON, OS
KEY WOW, WOW!!
Remember, We’re Gentlemen Always
Remember, fellows, we’re here in
the name of Old Oregon.
Lots of pip, but don’t let ’em start
anything on us. The whole state
is here watching us.
Let’s make good.
Because of the game between the
University and the Agricultural Col
lege, all social events planned for
this week end have been postponed.
The Student Body informal has been
scheduled for some time in January,
as has the I ’hi Delta Theta dance in
honor of the Glee Club. The Wo
men’s Council Annual Baby Party
has also been indefinitely postponed.!
Friday evening will be devoted to!
the rally, and Saturday afternoon, as I
well as the greater part of the even- j
ing, will be given over to the game!
Lambda Rho initiated Wednesday'
and Thursday of this week. The ini
tiates included Mildred Lawrence, |
Mildred Wilson, Margaret Bclat, Ma-!
rie Hager, Angelme Young, Bess
Cushman, Bertha Kincaid, Clara Heis- 1
let-, Jenny Huggins, and lleneta Os-1
burn. The initiation was concluded]
with a banquet at the Hotel Osburn
The Senior Play Committee, chosen
to select the annual Senior play, is
considering the presentation of one of
George Ad< s n ipulur productions.
Ernest l^amb, • chairman >f the
committee, ha . -nt ft t i ... iber of
plays by other .'hor.> ho..a ver, and
the selection w.l' - on made,
Mr. and Mrs. C B. l’!;.er, ,ml Miss
Brainerd, of Seatt; : • n ; Wed
nesday noon with C Lap Vlpha
Zeta Phi held it; i■ i..i. Satur
day evening. Tho: .• were:
Vere Windnagle. Aastii ..wnell,
Clariel Ogle, Kina S; Vilen
O’Connel, Franci: IV
Mr. Clare Kinne, . .. has
been visiting at the Si» ’ house.
Chi Omega enterta. d.inner
Thursday evening for Vr Kione
Nell Hemenway is suffering from
an attack of poison oak.
I Announcements j
Students—Watch the Y. M. C. A. '
:inance campaign clock. Everybody
Y. W. C. A.—Regular meeting will
be held Monday afternoon at 4
:>’clock, at the Shack.
Eutaxians—Regular meeting will
be held Tuesday evening, at the
Gamma Phi Beta house.
will commence Wednesday noon, No
vember 27, and last to Monday, De
Excursion—The Southern Pacific
train leaves Albany this afternoon
promptly at 5:15. Your tickets are
not good on any other train.
Football—Multnomah Athletic Club I
vs. 'the University of Oregon, Port- '
land, November 28.
German Club-—Will hold its regular
meeting at the Gamma Delta Gamma
house, next Tuesday evening.
M IS NAME OF
WOMEN'S STUDY CLUO
Miss Mary Perkins is President of
Will be Held.
The Agora Club, an organization of i
the women of the University, having
the two-fold purpose of studying so
cial and political conditions, compil
ing the results in a way that will be
available for the citizens of the state,
was organized Thursday evening as
an outcome of Professor Young’s sug-;
The constitution committee .which
had been appointed at a previous
meeting, submitted the Creek word
Agora, meaning popular assembly,
which was adopted.
After the adoption of the constitu-!
tion as submitted, the following otti-1
cers were elected:
President Miss Mary Perkins.
Recording Secretary—Carin Deger
Corresponding Secretary—Mrs. Par
The executive committee consists
of the President, Vice-President, and
The membership at present num
bers twenty-five, but as the club is
open to all women of the University,
a much larger membership is ex
pected. The club will meet at 7
o’clock p. m. on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month.
Com ('hast', ’12, is taking a course
in nurse training at the Merritt hos
pital in Oakland, Cal.
OIMMON OP THE PLAYERS.
"Comparative scores are unre
liable in picking the winning team.
The game should be close, and the
team needs everyone’s support.”
TRAINER ‘HILL” HAYWARl)
"The men are all in good condi
tion, except Hailey, Hall, and Ken
ton, but they will be in the game
today, and 1 think the team will 1
tight to win.”
VSSISTANT COACH HILL MAIN
"An Oregon team can always be
depended upon to tight an O. A. C.
team to the last ditch, and this
year’s team will be no exception.’
"It is hard to predict the out
come, but if we get the jump on
them at the start, we should be
able to win."
"If the team plays the same
game that they played at Idaho.
Oregon will win.’*
Vl.V V (1ROCT
“Oregon has lost but one game
to O A. C in the last ten years,
and 1 can not see why we shouldn t
keep up the good work."
Brickbats and Bouquets
“Whatever else may be said of Eu
gene,its citizens have the true spirit
jf hospitality. The editor of the
Sentinel has had several occasions to
test it. The last one was the meet
ing of the Willamette Valley Edi
torial Association in that city Fri
day. If a visitor spent a cent for his
entertainment, it was his own fault.
For lunch the visitors were taken in
charge by the University fraternity
boys, who did the honors splendidly.
At dinner the girls endeavored to
outdo the boys. The editor of the
Sentinel was entertained by a bevy
of twenty or more misses at the girls’ |
dormitory, none of them appearing
to be over 16 or 17 years of age.
Despite his inherent bashfulness, the
occasion was a most agreeable one to j
The visiting newspapermen were
the guests of the University during
the afternoon. President Campbell,
assisted by Professor Allen of the
journalism department and other in
structors, made the guests feel at
home.”—Cottage Grove Sentinel.
The editor of the Dayton Tribune
.vrites Professor Allen as follows:
Dayton, Ore., Nov. 20.
Dear Sir:—When at Eugene, I en
joyed myself as I have never done1
before. I feel greatly indebted to'
you for my splendid time and cordial
welcome. I am greatly endebted to
the students of the fraternity and i
sorority houses, who so kindly fur
nished such royal entertainment for
us editors while in your charming
I shall consider it a great favor to
myself, if you will make it clear to
the students above mentioned, how
deeply I appreciated their hospital
Wishing you unbounded success, I
F. P. MELLINGER.
Y. M. C. A. CAMPAIGN IS
SATISFACTORY TO KOYL
With $150.00 already pledged in the
annual finance campaign of the Y.
M. C. A., and 12 new members added,
bringing the enrollment to 162. Secre
tary Koyl says that he is satisfied
that the students will contribute their
quota of the Association’s budget of
The Avava Club and the Oregon
Club have not yet been canvassed,
but it is estimated that they will
furnish the remainder of the required
amount to be raised on the campus.
Among the fraternities already can
vassed, several additional promises
have ben secured.
(> Kit MAN CLUB MEETS
NEXT TUESDAY EVENING.!
The German Club will hold a reg
ular meeting at the Gamma Delta
house Tuesday evening. November
The program will be opened with |
a discussion on German Cur- j
rent Events by Margaret Rhose.!
Mary PeBar, who has recently re- 1
turned from Germany will tell of her j
impressions of that country. Homer
Maris will discuss the Growth of So
cialism among the Germans, while
Howard Zimmerman will conclude
with a discussion of the Balkan crisis,
with reference to the German Em
The Latest Copyrights, as well as
Reprints in fiction, at Cressey’s.
Did you see those Frat Pennants at
Cressey’s stationery store.
Big six day races tonight at Joy
Rink. 10c admission. Bodine one lap
in lead. Three tied for second.
Meet me at Obaks.
November 24. 1912
9:45 A Thanksgiving Service.
The Sabbath School and the morning
worship are merged.
Pastor’s address, “The Grace of
7:15 Stereopticon Prelude. North
7:;>0 The Annual Praise Meeting
of the Woman's Missionary Society.
Pastor's address, “The Place of
Missions in the Kingdom of God.”
COCKERLINE. « FRALEY
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods, La
dies' and Men’s Furnishings, Men’s
Youth’s, Children’s Clothing.
Phone orders filled promptly
Phone us your orders. We hare
our own delivery wagons. Phone 246
The Store That Sells
Eugene £oan ft Savings
Capital ana Surplus $200,000
Student Patrsnage Appreciated
For the Workshop
Griffin Hardware Co.
Phone 623 627 Willamette
To try out the advertising value of
the Emerald, we will accept this ad
vertisement as 5 per cent of any pur
chase made by a student or member
of the Faculty.
Eaton's Book and Art Store.
FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Seventh and Willamette Streets.
DRUGS, CANDIES, TOILET
ARTICLES AND SUNDRIES
588 Willamette St.
FOR GOOD THINGS TO EAT
And We Will Prove It
ALL HOME COOKING
•528 WiHamette Street
New Novelties in
needle work for
Koehler & Steele
41 West Eighth Street. Phone 579
IwWflli ----- .
For Young Men
Home of The Florsheim Shoe
“For the Man Whs Cares”
We’ve just received a new “Steadfast”
English model in a winter tan and it’s some
shoe. Visit the new men’s shop and look
at this particular number.
GROSS & COMPANY
Top to Bottom Furnishers
Limited and Local Trains
Oregon Electric Ry.
ALBANY, SALEM, WOODBURN
on night tr:.in to Portland. Observa
tion Parlor Cars on both limited
Seat farts to Portland, 50c; Salem,
35c; Albany, 25c.
THROUGH TICKETS AND BAGGAGE
Sleeping and parlor car accommodations, tickets and details may
be obtained at Oregon Electric Railway Station.
W. E. Coman, General Freight and Passenger Agent,
H. R. Knight, Agent, Eugene, Oregon.
Capital and Surplus $275,000 00
WANTS OUR BANKING BUSINESS
T. G. HENDRICKS, President
P. E. SNODGRASS, Vice-President
LUKE I.. GOODRICH, Cashier
DARWIN BRISTOW, Assistant Cashier
RAY GOODRICH, Assistant Cashier
A JEWELRY STORE WITH MERIT
Gold and Silver Jewelry, Art Brass, Sterling
Silver, Plated Wares, Cut Giass, China, etc.
Prices in Plain Figures 563 Willamette St.
I os. Fellman
R. W. Newiand
WE SElL ON INSTALLMENTS IF DESIR D
The House Furnishers
Office Furni‘ure a Specialty. Manufacturers of Silk Floss and
other Mattresses. Upholstering.
4b3-477 WilUmrtte St.
Corner Ninth and Willamette
BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY
Dunn & Price
Phone 72 30 East Ninth
Red Cherry at Obaks.