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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 12, 1912)
ALBKNY CONCERT RRST
Under New Leadership Club is Best
Ever, Assert Director Bowman
and Manager Geary.
Twenty-two warbler.1-, comprising
the University of Oregon Glee Club,
leave tomorrow noon, for Albany, to
appear in the first concert of the sea
son. Director M. I/. Bowman and
Student Manager Charles Reynolds
will occompany the club.
Indications point to a successful
appearance of the organization. The
“Hub City” has been thoroughly cov
ered with advertisii-^ while a liberal
share of the proceeds will go to the
club according to the contract signed.
As to the organization itself and its
program, both President Kenneth
Frazier and Manager Geary are loud
in its praise, both declaring that last
evening’s rehearsal was by far the
best in the club’s history.
The program presents a varied list
of numbers. Both Director M. L.
Bowman and Kenneth Frazier will
appear in solos. The stunt section is
amply taken care of by a ventriloquest
farce and a finale, “Posted.”
The men who will make the trip
are: First tenor—Walter Dobie, Vern
Apperson, Robert Fariss, Vernon Mot
schenbacher, Frank Lewis. Second
tenors—Erwin Rolfe, Harold Grady,
Bert Jerard. Ray Williams, Harold
Quigley, Ira Staggs. First Bass—Ho
mer Maris, Ira Manville, Kenneth
Frazier, Earl Fortmiller, Raymond
Giles* Second Bass—Del Stannard
Vernon Vawter, John Black, Henry '
Heidenreich, Willard Shaver, Alfred
The club will take the one-thirty
train Friday for Albany, returning on •
a special motor after the perform
ance. The following is the Glee Club
program for this year:
1. (a) “O, Oregon” .Strong
(b) “As I Sit and Dream at
2. “Sword of Ferrara” Bullard
:i. “A Bit of Nonsense”
Vawter and Jerard.
4. Baritone Solo- “The Trampe”
fi. “Call John Bradbury
(5, "A Travestry or Two and a
Parody or Two” .
Shaver and Hroadbridge.
7. (a) “Rocking Time” Knox
(b) “Rockin’ in De Win’’’
(e) “De Sandman” Protheroe
5. Professor Oregunas, Renowned
Introducing Grady, Jerard, Fort
miller, and Stannard.
!). Bass Solo- “Vision Fugitive”
M. L. Bowman.
1(1. “A Plainsman’s Song" Bliss
GIRLS TABOO SPOONING
California Co-eds Say That Practice
Is Detrimental to Interests
of Hall Team
Whittier, Cal., Dee. U.\ "Queening”
has been ollicially and formally con
demned by the Y W C A. co-eds at
Whittier College "Queening" has
been variously known as "fussing”
and “eampustry. while the accepted
term out ide the collegiate pale is
“spooning ' However, there will be
no more 'queening" if the girls have
their way. They say it interferes
with studies iiul kee. he football
squad from needed tmi .ing
“No girl shall stud- i, t1 the young
men or hold unnecesi it on versa tion
with them ;>etw • e lh 1 -s of t">:tH)
A. M. and t'.:dO P M . the order
that has bee:: pr in ;.te. . :.nd while
it is condemned b\ i l.i* <: number
of co-eds, and un.m.i ■ u<y by the
man student: ih> y ft ■ satisfuetion
in the fact that there a- a few suit
able hours which ai> 1 prosenbed.
Two men were recently expelled
from the University of Washington
for cutting military drill.
FORGET YOU ARE A WOMAN
SAYS MISS BAER
(Continued from First Pape.)
Her story is something like this:
She was teaching art at St. Helens
Hall, when she chanced to send in to
the Oregonian a little Spectator-like
paper of impressions of people on
Morrison Street Bridge. It was ac
cepted with a request for more, and
so, time and her own faithful and con
sistent effort have brought her favor
with her readers and advancement
with her paper.
Miss Baer said a lot of pertinent
and interesting things in her breezy,
easy, dashing manner, and above all,
emphasized that one must remember
that there are perhaps a score of peo
ple available, who can do one’s work
just as well and perhaps a tiny bit
better than one is doing it one’s own
sufficient self. “Write that large before
you. Never forget it.” said the dy
namic dramatic critic of the Oregon
She believes that women as a class
are not intelligent, but is willing to
grant exceptions. As a matter of
fact she was much interested in the
girls gathered about her yesterday
afternoon, and talked helpfully to
them, driving home insistently, “For
get your petticoats. Try to keep your
‘womanness’ out of it. Managing edi
tors aren’t paying salaries for the
‘eternal feminine.’ They can buy
framed copies of that for less,—ar
tistically and unobtrusively done.”
PORTLAND LAW SCHOOL
CONVENES MOOT COURT
Continued from first page.
bothered with visions of a spring
The regular monthly meeting of the
Student Body will be held Friday, at
which time the executive board, com
posed of Student Body officers and
two representatives from each class,
will be installed. The manager for
debate will also be appointed and
challenges to other law schools con
sidered. It is probable that debates
will be held this year with Willam
ette and Washington, and with a law
school in Vancouver. B. C.
The squabble of the two divisions
of Freshmen over officers is nearing
settlement. A committee of three
from each division has been appointed
and the joint meeting will be held
sometime this week to devise a satis
factory method of electing a set of
class officers acceptable to both divi
The second term of school began
this week with many new students en
rolled. So large has the attendance
become that not only the Freshmen
class, but the Junior class as well,
has been divided and put into two di
visions; the first containing approxi
mately thirty students, the second
At; ITATION At; A IN ST
WEARlNti OF DRESS SUIT
Continued from first page.
Many others interviewed believed
they should be allowed to wear dress
suits, if they cared to, but Dean
Walker, captain of the 1!I12 football
team, thought that "about fifty per
cent of the students do not own dress
suits. It would be more democratic, it
we should abolish them at under
Students from the fraternities, the
Men's Dormitory, and many of those
living in town, were interviewed, and
with the result that many of
those questioned said that they lid
not approve ot the dress suits at all
under class affairs.
FISC'llKR I’KKSr APKS HOSKS
TO Hl.OOM IN DKt'KMHKK
What! rust's blooming in Decem
ber? Vos, if you don’t believe it, just
take a walk down along: the north
side of Heady Hall and look at those
Franzdejren beauties. Superintendent
11 M. Fisher says, “for the yellow
rose they have them all beaten!’
Although many of them have been
nioked, there are still a goodly num
ber left. A pioture of these flowers
will he taken in a day or two at the
request of one of the Portland dai
lies, says Mr Fisher.
In order to increase its advertising
department. The Columbian, the Co
lumbia University publication, has
offered a commission of twenty five
oer cent to all who obtain adds fot
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WILLIAM H. WATSON’S
Pictures, Stories, Lectures, Dramas.
“The consensus of press opinion of
both continentsfi speaking eloquently
of Dr. Watson’s work, is that he is a
master of art and literature. Highly
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LEONE CASS BAER IS
SPEAKER TO STUDENTS
(Continued from First Page.)
cation to become a successful journal
ist. He needs originality and back
bone. Very few of the men in our
office are college men. Most of them
have only grammar school or high
school educations and their work is as
good, if not better, than the work of
the college man. 1 am not knocking
the schools of Journalism,” she went
on with a smile, “l think they are
dandy; but for experience there is
nothing like the newspaper office."
Miss Baer is not a suffragette and
cares nothing about politics. She
says, that the only interest she takes
in polities is for policy’s sake.
The Gumma Phi Betas entertained
Miss Baer at dinner and after attend
ing the theatre with a party, she re
turned to Portland, making the trip
in the plicate car of Yaleska Suratt,
who played last night in the "Kiss
2*5-4 SCORE FOR FRESHMEN IN
(i IKl.’S l NDERCl ASS CAME
Tuesday afternoon the Freshman
eii Is basketball team administered a
drubbing to the Sophomores by the
seoro of 2t> to 4. It was a fast and
exeitinjr came in spite of the over
whelming defeat of the second yeai
This afternoon the two upper-class
teams clashed and tomorrow after
noon at o:lb, the winners of this catm
will meet the Sophomores in the
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Phone 288-J. 33« East 13th St
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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22.50 Suit or Overcoat. 16.S5
20.00 Suit or Overcoat. 15.00
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15.00 Suit or Overcoat 11.85
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