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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1912)
GLEE CLUB DEBUT SOON
College Singers Appear First in Al
bany on December 19—Portland
Concert in Lincoln School.
Eugene will not have the honor of
opening performance of the Oregon
Glee Club this year, for the college
songsters travel to Albany a week
from Thursday, on December lit, to
give their initial concert. This is the
first time Eugene has been so slight
ed. It means that the men will have
to be pretty well trained by that time
for a strange audience is more critical
than at home.
As usual the Glee Club is encounter
ing difficulties with counter attrac
tions. This is especially true with the
engagements on the Eastern Oregon
trip. At Pendleton, the annual Lib
rary Hall is scheduled for New Year’s
night, thus conflicting with the date
of the club.
The Portland school board, last
Thursday, granted the Glee Club the
use of the Lincoln High School audi
torium, made necessary for this year’s
Portland performance by the inabil
ity to obtain any of the theatres.
CARL McCLAIN IS Y. M. C. A.
SPEAKER, THURSDAY EVE
Assistant Professor Carl McClain,
’06, former president of the Univer
sity Y. M. C. A., will speak at the
regular Thursday evening meeting,
on the subject, “The Responsibility
that Follows You.v
Carl McClain, together with an as
sociate. conducted the first Y. M. C.
A. finance campaign ever held on the
campus. The budget of the Associa
tion at that time was only $150, but
at present Mr. McClain is handling
the financial end of the Association’s
$2,000 budget for the Advisory Board,
of which he is a member.
For two years Professor McClain
played guard on the University foot
ball team, and was a member of the
team that defeated O. A. C. in 1905,
Special <]uartette music will be fur
The University of Wisconsin has
adopted a new and unique method of
publicity. A motion picture company
is negotiating with the authorities to
take a film of the University at the
date of the alumni home coming. This
film will include pictures of the build
ings, the athletic field, the football
team in action, and all the more
prominent features of the University.
MANY COLLEGE MEN
PAY OWN EXPENSES
(Continued from First Page.)
students, and $73.55 for odd jobs di
vided among 14 students. This brings
the total amount of money secured
for the students through the Y. M. C.
A. from the beginning of the year as
“It is a matter of pleasant aston
ishment to me to learn of the large
proportion of students helping them
selves in the University,” said Pro
fessor Dunn. “I think that the Asso
ciation has done well in including the
employment agency in its enterprises
on the campus.”
Professor Eric Allen, in speaking of
the fine spirit in college, due to the
Y. M. C. A., said: “I am surprised
and pleased to learn of the large
number of men supporting them
selves. I have worked while going to
school and can realize the value of
such effort to students.”
Professor Ayer, acting Dean of the
School of Education, said in reference
to the self-supporting student:
“I have been very agreeably sur
prised to discover the large percent
age of the men at Oregon who were
working their way through school. I
have been particularly impressed
withthe fact that this large group
seems to be holding its own with the
others in the matters of school work
and social representation. Another
thing which has impressed me is that
the men do not fall in to the atti
tude of martyrdom which is quite
evident in some of the Eastern uni
versities where the self-made man is
being constantly advertised. As faf*
as I can determine from my brief
acquaintance, the Y. M. C. A. at the
University is doing a very efficient
and helpful work.”
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and everything as they should be,
first class and up-to-date, at the
An expert bootblack in connection.
666 Willamette street.
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EUGENE, - - OREGON
Bakery: Fourteenth and Mill,.
Store: 611 Willamette Street.
Phone 71. Phone 220.
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Cab Service, Automobiles, Baggage
Transfer and Storage.
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Un.vers.ty Piano Parlors
Gold Medal Pianos
Good Pianos to Rent
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THE REAL THING
Real, because it is made from real,
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we always have plenty of.
For up-to-date Photos
J. B. ANDERSON, Photographer
STUDENTS will find an account
with this Bank a source of conven
A BANK ACCOUNT is good train
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Corner Seventh and Willamette Sts.
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Dealer in Staple and Fancy
20 East Ninth St. Phone 18
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Authorized Resident Dealer for
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Complete line of the fam
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