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Published Midi lues lay. Thursday end
Saturday, ot ths school year, by the As
sociated Students of the University of
Dn Lured at the poslofllce at Eugene «
second daes matter
Subscription rate*, per year. J1 (10.
Single coplee, 6c
tiditoi - in-< liiel.Karl W. Onthank
Sum aging Editor
Xtews Editor. . . .
Assist uni .
..Curietran I£ Spencer
. . I'rauhlLr, S. Allen
.Kariild Y o >u.g
Sporting Editor Jessup ittrcng
oo-J*d. afuiniii Editor, XIsills Hamuisa/
Se«l*t> Bdtltor . Elisabeth Donut
Assistant A! ay Smith
UitSKAiry and Dramatlo A. U. Da visa
A*.chance Editor . . Qrahaae IteOeusll
hew School.£1. Barns Fowsll
City Editor's Htc.lt
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Haem fill Fleming
K'-utric* Li 11;.
Clarence A ah
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OeiUstiuu Monagar.3»om Miokaal
A*»i*tant* .Leonard buoy
.lloy T. Stephen*
Adr»rti*i»g ACanagar . til/da Aitclii<n»ji
. Allen W. O'Connell
calculation Manager .Sam Michael
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Thursday, May 1, 191 :i.
BIB FOB DEBATERS
Rumor has it that the Freshmen
are showing a phenomenal burst of
class spirit. This is most likely
apropos of the drubbing which they
expect to pave the Sophomores in de
bate msxt Saturday. At least it is to
be hoped that enough pip is generat
ed in the class to get a bunch of
rooters behind the forensic spouters.
It is no small matter to show up the
mental calibre of a superior class.
Vet, judging from ail indications, this
is what the audacious “Sixteens’
propose doing. On the other hand the
Sophomores are confident of showing
the green ones their true rank as low
As a matter of fact, there is no
Mason why this contest of words and
logic should not be one of the most
intense of the year. Both sides have
been preparing for the event with
their best efforts, and the clash of
issues will be keen and accurate.
Aside from thorough preparation
there is still another essential effort.
The speakers must have support;
they must feel that their classes are
back of them. Their is nothing that
can make a class debater excel all
past achievements like a scries of
rousing yells from his classmates.
Both ,classes should come, deter
mined to furnish a display of class
pip, the like of which has never been
HENDRICKS AND DORRIS j
ELECTED TO GREGANA
Class Declines to ray Salary to
Editor and .Manager of l!H>
Behind Hendricks, of Salem, and!
Hen Doris, of Eugene, were elected
_editor and manae'ci respectively of
tile 11)15 Oregann at a meeting' of
the Sophomore class last evening.
'I’lu' new time for holding meetings is
evidently a popular one, judging from
the unusually large attendance.
A proposition, presented by Sam
Michael, to pay the editor and man
ager a salary, depending upon the
amount of profit they made, was voted
down, 'lhe only other business wtis
the decision to hold a picnic in the
near future, the exact date for which
is not being fixed.
Mr. llenili i lts, the newly elected
editor, luis had considerable news
paper experience, having‘been raised1
in his fatlur’s newspaper otliee in
Salem, lie is Univet ity correspond
ent for the Portland Oregonian, and
has held positions on the l ain raid
stalf. Hi' is a member of the Sigma
Delta t'hi h inorar.v journalistic fra
ternity, and of the Kappa Sigma fra
ternity. Mr. Doris, who will handle
!hi‘ financial end of the year hook, has
had experience as a manage:, and :
now employed by the Pacific and
front Western Railroad, occupying a
clerical position. He is a member of
the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity.
We deliver Ice Cream. Ragle Drug
Co. Phone 023.
Smoke Growers Bond Cigars, 5c.
Laureana—Meeting Tuesday even
ing. Special program arranged.
Eutaxian—Regular meeting Tues
day evening, Library building.
Agora Club—Miss Randall, head of
the Department of Public Safety of
Eugene, will address the Agora Club
at its regular meeting Thursday
evening, 7 o’clock, Miss Perkins room.
Meeting is under the direction of the
Child Welfare Committee. Last
meeting of the year before the Annual
Y. M. C. A.—No meeting Thursday
evening on account of the Senior pic
Triple-A—Meet Saturday morning,
10 o’clock, on the Library steps.
Bring your own lunch.
Athletic Order of O”—All “0”
men will meet Tuesday evening at the
Kappa Sigma house for organization.
Track Meet—Eugene High School
vs, Corvallis High School, Kincaid
Field, tomorrow afternoon, at 3:30
o’clock. Admission, 35 cents.
Gym Exhibition--Tomorrow even
ing, Men’s Gymnasium. Admission,
25 cents. Men must have invitation.
Baseball—0. A. C. vs. Oregon, to
ms! row afternoon, 3:45., Saturday
afternoon, 3 o’clock. Admission, 35
and 50 cents.
Oratorical tiy-out—Saturday morn
ing, Villard Hall, for Oregon’s repres
' ntative for the Extempore Speaking
bate, Saturday evening, Villard Hall,
7:30. Admission, 25 cents. Dance
aftc rwards in Gym. Admission to
this fiee, if you have debate admis
sion, otherwise 50 cents.
I liter-fraternity Track Meet Sat
urday morning, Kincaid Field. En
tries are limited to five men from
raj ?m Ilium
Second Hound of luterfrut Baseball
Series Bee.ins to lieduce
By losing' last ni.u'lit’s name to the
Avava Club, (1-2, /eta l'hi has been
eliminated from the race for the
Doughnut League cup ;..vl the Bighee
brothers added another niche to their
war clubs. Up until the Avavas came
to the plate in the second inning, the
game gave promise of being a
"gooder.” In that inning four hits,
a base on balls and several bobbles
combined to net the winners live runs,
a lead too tall for the /eta Phis to
look over, although they rang up one
in the fifth and final round.
"Mick” tlorman and Brownell
■ ■pilled for the two crews, the Kmer
itld L ie lad cheating his rival’s per
formances by the scant margin of
one more strike-out, both bring
nicked for live safeties. The feature
was contributed by “Beef” Big-bee.
when he rode one of Brownell’s offer
ings into the tennis courts for four
bases. Captain Chandler called balls
and strikes in true "Silk" McLaugh
The next two encounters scheduled
are th Kappa Sigma-Oregon Club
and the Alpha I’au Omega-l’hi Delta
BOND. ‘Of. I-!I KCTKD KKl LOW
1 N sot IOI O. \ \T \\ 1SCONSIN
Jesse H. Bond, ’(>!). now teaching
m tin Forest lirove High School, has
i-ceiv al notice from the Board of
Buyout- • f the University of Wiscon
sin ot his election as a Fallow in the
»lepa11 neat of Sociology for the com
ing ye ir. Professor Kdward Vis
worth Boss will lie his department
Mr. Bond was prominent in debate
and oiaton in the University, and
since his graduation has held num
erous responsible educational post
lions througout the state, as the
i'- i-iipalship of the Uilliam County
High School at Condon.
Havana Cigar House, next door to
Eugene ft heat re.
(). A. C. ALSO MAY HAVE
Well, what do you know about those
proposed rules? That Women’s Coun
cil is sure there when it comes to the
personal favors. With two elope
ments and several score of severe
cases of “puppy love,” the gentler
sex are certainly intent on aiding the
establishment of a perfectly good mat
rimonial bureau. It is certainly to.,
be regretted that such a fafSV.s'lep
as this.should be-'the Ssfifst 'move of
me Women s Council.
ally readingothe proposed rules the
first impression which enters one’s
mind is that the chief purpose of at
tending O. A. C. is for social privi
leges. Seemingly the real purpose
for which girls are sent to school is
entirely overlooked, either intention
ally or unintentionally.
Without doubt one great cause of
all the trouble in the privilege line
has been in the fact that no discrim
ination has been made between upper
and lower class-women. This fact
has been commented on many times,
and the fact that Freshman women
were given practically unlimited priv
ileges was wondered at by visitors,
prominent in educational and other
circles. Greater liberty is now de
sired than has been allowed before,
and greater liberty than a majority of
the girls are allowed in their own
homes. It seems strange that such
should be the case, but the privilege
of women is well set forth in the
proposed regulations regarding priv
There is a most commendable fea
ture in the other parts of these same
rules. The between class lolly gag
ging of some certain love-lorn boys
and girls is absolutely disgusting.
The clause covering this is, and the
resolve to abide by all college rules
is a redeeming feature. The in
consistency is apparent, however, in
the fact that the first rule mentioned
is regarding canoeing, an activity
which interests about fifteen Waldo
girls. Now the question naturally
ai i.ses—is the Council controlled by
this fifteen and are these rules made
for their special benefit, or do the
rules truly represent what is for the
best interest of all the girls?
What will happen to these privi
lege regulations when the Student Af
fairs Committee gets them can be
guessed at from the fact that it is
almost unanimous at other institu
tions that the privileges of lower
classmen and women are very few.
In this age of woman suffrage a
greater tact should be shown than
has been in this matter. Very evi
dent is the fact that the real pur
pose of O. A. C. was not considered
in these articles. Also is the fact
that individual desires rather than a
desire to frame beneficial and accept
able rules to all parties concerned,
governed the work. Truly girls, you
have made a blunder, and if you de
sire to save it from butchery, keep it
away from the college authorities in
its present state of crudeness.—O.
A. C. Barometer.
CO-ED DEBATE MAY 23
Oregon Must Win this Contest from
Washington to Even
The Fourth Annual Co-ed Debate
between the University of Washing
ton and the University of Oregon
will be held Friday evening. May 23.
in Willard Hall. The subject chosen
is: "Resolved, That the Immigration
of Unskilled Labor of the New Im
migration Commission Should Be
Prohibited.” Miss Cecil Sawyer, Miss
Aldous Oberholt/.er, and Miss Bea
trice Littlefield, will uphold the neg
ative side of the question for the
University of Oregon.
Of the three debates held so far,
the University of Washington has
won two and Oregon one. This was
the first debate held in Seattle and
won by Misses Birdie Wise, Fay
(Mark, and Carin Degermark.
Every effort will be made to have
a record-breaking attendance and
plans for such are now being consid
ered. A dance will in all probability
be given after the debate.
Paul B. McKee was unanimously
elected to captain the lOU! Stanford
track team. McKee took eight points
in the recent Stanford-California
meet, and practically won the meet
for Stanford by winning the second
heat of the 220 yard dash, after the
first heat had resulted in a tie.
Oak Shoe Store
Big Supply of new Spring Shoes.
Tel. 227. 587 Willamette St.
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FURNITURE AND CARPETS
Seventh and Willamette Streets.
■ We are now moved into our
new store and are showing
Newest Things in
C. B. MARKS, M. B.
EYE, EAR, NOSE ANB THROAT
itlasses Correctly Fitted.
2(11 and 202 White Temple.
DR St. C. HARRIS
li. 0. >8. Rooms 2 and 4, Me
('lung Ritfg., 8th and Willamette Sts
I>orris Photo Shop
Cherry Bldg. Phor.c 741
J. E. KUYKENDALL, A. R, M. D.
Office over Loan & Savings Bank.
Phones, Rea. 965. Office, 884.
Office Hours, 2 to i.
2 for 23 cK O-lfJdMi- & Co.. Inc., Matws
t'Ki'GS, CANDIES. TOILET
\RT1CLRS AND SUNDRIES
S8S Willamette St.
STUDENTS will find an amount
with this llunk a source of conven
A BANK ACCOUNT it good team
i-Hjr the more need, *he mere appre
II S. Mat’! Bank
Corner Seventh and Willamette Ste.
Druggists to the Students. Eagle
Drug Co. Phone 623.
Havana Cigar House, next door to
Manila Cigars at Obaks.
In Blue Serges, Greys,
Tans and Browns
$17.00 to $30.00
Kahn Tailoring Made to Measure Suits $12,00.to $50.00
Knox .and Mallory5Hats, $3.00 to $5.00
Opened to Corvallis
Cite Oregon €learic Railway
Limited and Local Trains. Faster time to Salem and Portland
Observation Parlor gars
oh DiJiitca trains
Sleeping gars on
'first glass goaclus on
Leave Eugene....7:35 o. m. 11:15 a. m.
Arrive Corvallis....9:00 a. m. 12:50 a.m.
Arrive Albany.9:00 a. m. 12:15 a. m.
Arrive Salem.10:00 a. m. 2:00 a. in.
Arrive Portland ..11:35 a. m. 4:00 a.m.
3:05 p. m.
3:00 a. m.
7:55 p. m.
7:45 a. m.
9:00 p. m.
2:00 a. m.
3:30 a. m.
6:50 a. m.
4:00 p. m.
5:35 p. m. 11:00 p. m.
1 nrougn tickets are sold, baggage checked, and sleeping car accommo
dations made to Eastern destinations.
Throught tickets arc sold to points east and north of Portland.
Fares, schedules, and other details will be furnished on request.
W. D. SKINNER, H. R. KNIGHT,
Traffic Manager, Agent,
Portland, Ore. Eugene, Ore.
New Balkan Jackets
The most popular garment of the season.
Comes in Red, Navy and Green. Made of
good quality of all wool material. Good for
school wear and all outing purposes. Come
in and try them on.
Specially Priced at $7.50
Made of finest quality of
Lonsdale Jean, with all
white or navy (fast col
or) collar either laced
front or made with shield
at the neck. Perfectly
$1.25 & $1.50
50c Hose at 35c
cr three pr. for $1. Silk
foot cr all silk lisle hose,
wide double top, double
heel and toe, fast bla< k.
A regular 50c seller.
Special 35c or
Three for $1
Eugene Cloak and Suit House
E. LARGE, Reg ster Bldg.
Phece 525 The Store that Sells Wcoltex