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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1913)
Published each Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday of the school year, by
the Associated Students of the Uni-j
versify of Oregon.
Entered at the postoffice at Eu
gene as second class matter.
Subscription rates, per year, $1.00.
Single copies, 5c.
Assistant Editor. . .Catharine Carson
Managing Ed. . .Clarence Brotherton
News Editor.Earl Blackaby
Sporting Editor.Jessup Strang
Humorous .Leland Hendricks
Exchange .Lamar Tooze
Administration .Roger Moe
Dramatic .Mandeli Weiss
Leslie Tooze, Robert Bean, Ethel
Tooze, Wallace Eakin, Elsie Gurney,
De Etta Ingham, Ray Williams, Eve
lyn Harding, Carlyle Cleisler, Bea
Business Manager. . .Marsh Goodwin
Assistant Mgr. ..Anthony Jaureguy
Advertising Mgr.Dean Peterson
Circulation Mgr. ..Millar McGilchrist
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23.
WHO WILL IT BE?
Two University men, Buck Bigbee
and Harold Grady, have turned in
their names up to date, to the execu
tive committee signifying their candi
dacy for the position of yell leader
for the college year. The position
is an Important one and the merits
of the two applicants should be
carefully weighed, but at the same
time no delay should be made in the
selection. The time afforded for the
proper training of rooters to support
the team In the struggle for the con
ference pennant is all too short and
as much as possible of it should be
made available for the use of the yell
This week the two aspirants must
try out against each other, to show
their ability in controlling and in
spiring the masculine backers of the
team, it Is all-important that the
turnout of rooters during this com
petition should be as large as possi
ble, representing in its entirety the
material with which the successful
candidate will have to work, and
giving each man the cahnce to prove
to the executive committee and tiie
studnets at large that he is fully
competent to discharge the duties
which will rest upon him in the event
of his success.
Miss Korin's Organizes Musicians Koi
The University of Oregon Orches
tra will hold its first rehearsal on
Thursday evening at 7:30. With an
unusual amount of talent this year
Miss Winifred Forbes predicts ti
greater uud better organization than
previously. A feature of litis yetu''t
work will be short concerts during
assembly hours, in addition Mis.
FVrrbes plans to give a number of re
The personnel of the orcehstra i>
First violin George ODonnel
Minnie Sell wurzschlld, Irma Vance
Melba Williams, Helen Ktist. Miss
Second violin Meta Goldsmith
Catharine Duel, Helen Johns, Catha
rine Carson, Ralph Ash, Floyd IMnk
First cornet- Maurice Hyde
Clarinet Vernon Mot/enbacher.
Saxaphone William Murphy.
Flute French Moore.
Double bass Leonard Gross.
Plauo - -Ruth Davis.
Drums Verne Appersou.
Don’t forget Mr. Henson, well
known as Curly, at the New Varsity
confectionery. He will be there will
lots of new stuff to oat and drink.
WITH 0. A. C. PLANNED;
Bess Cowden Heads Newly Elected
Officers of Women's „
The first meeting of the Women’s
Tennis club was held Monday after
noon in the women’s gymnasium, at
which time officers were elected and
a tournament with O. A. C. women
was arranged. The meeting was call
ed by President Agnes McLaughlin
and nominations for the new officers
were the first order of business. The
election resulted as follows: Presi
dent, Bess Cowden; vice-president,
Norma Graves; manager and treas
urer, Edna Harvey; secretary, Char
A letter from Corvallis had been
received asking the U. of O. women
to make arrangements for a tourna
ment to be held at Corvallis, October
a. This date was satisfactory and a
committee was apopinted to choose
the University team by a method of
Since the Tennis club is a branch
of the Women’s Athletic association,
all expenses for the tournaments will
be borne by the Athletic association.
The membership of the Tennis
club has never been restricted but
since there are so many women turn
ing out for tenn.s this fall, a maxi
mum membership of twenty-five has
been practically decided upon.
President Bess Cowden is anxious
for all new girls to turn out for the
practice games. All notices of club
meetings will be posted in the li
IS STILL INCREASING
According to the latest report
from the registrar’s office, the num
ber of students who have registered
in the different University depart
ments is Gil, which Is a material
gain over the number at. this time
Registrar Tiffany haB not yet com
piled segregated statistics giving the
number of students in each of the de
partments, but he states that the po
litical science and economic courses
are favored by the men, and litera
ture by the women students.
Senior (’lass—Important meeting
in Dr. Schmidt’s room, 4 . p. m.,
Agora Club Will meet Thursday,
September 25, at 7:30 p. m., room
Women's Athletic Association —
Special meeting Wednesday at 4 p.
m., in the Women’s gymnasium.
Freshmen—Acquaintance party at
the Delta Delta Delta house Octo
Alumni -Meeting of the local
alumni at the parlors of the Eugene
Commercial Club Tuesday, Septem
I bor 23, at 7:30 p. m.
Y. M. C. A.—Will meet in Dr.
Schmidt’s room Thursday evening at
7 o'clock. Prof. N. Coleman of Reed
College, will Ihj the speaker.
Y. M. C. A.-Y. W. C. A.—Joint re
ception in Vtllard Hall Friday Sep
i tember 2G, at 8 o’clock.
EMEItAIJ) OH ORKdONlAN?
i The editor of the Daily Delphic of
Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa,
evidently reads both the Morning
Oregonian and the Oregon Emerald,
and he does the Emerald the honor
of confusing It with the big Port
, lands newspaper. Here's a letter re
ceived from the Iowa scribe:
, Sept. 7. 15)13.
Editor, The Oregonian.
, University of Oregon,
1 take this way of showing our
- Interest here in the Oregonian, the
student publication of your Univer
, slty. I wish to ask for the privi
ledge which we have had hitherto,
of exchange this year bet wee u the
Oregonian and the Delphic.
I shall be glad to send you the first
copies of this paper and to continue
if you desire to return the favor.
Thanking you for your response
to this matter in the interests of
- closer Intercollegiate relations.
, H. A. BRUNER.
Editor Drake Daily Delphic.
. TRIP TO PORTLAND
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Will Visit Newspapers as State
Press Association Guests.
The Journalism classes of the
University will make a special trip
to Portland on October 17 and 18,
for the purpose of inspecting one of
the big newspaper plants of that city
if present plans are carried out.,
while in Portland the students will
be entertained as guests of the
Portland Press club. The occasion
is the gathering of the State Press
Association in the metropolis and
the Journalism classes w'ill be con
sidered as special guests during the
two days’ session.
Professor Eric W. Allen, who
heads the department at Oregon,
has been listed for an address, “The
Shop, the Front Office and the
Class Room.” In addition to other
features, the Silverton band will be
in att adance representing the me
morial committee, honoring the late
Homer Davenport, Silverton born
and famous cartoonist.
rangements already have been
made with the Portland, Eugene
and Eastern railway for the trans
portation of the students and a spe
cial train may be furnished if the
number taking the trip to Portland
is sufficiently large to warrant this.
The round trip fare of $4.80 has
WORK TO GET CREDIT
Changing from the ruling of last
year which allowed one credit in the
department of Journalism for any
student registered in the department,
doing work during the semester on
the Emerald or any other newspa
per, the Oregon faculty has decided
that from now on, any student wish
ing to receive this credit must be
able to submit articles written for
publication, to the instructor at
twelve conferences during the cou.se
of the semester.
These conferences, states a bulle
tin issued by the department, must
be sought by the student, and except
under unusual circumstances must
not be within one week’s time of
each other. Not over eight confer
ences may be held with either of the
. NATIONAL CHARTER
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Tau Kappa 0 Alpha Is < Obtained by
“Order of the Forensic £‘0.’ ”
Tau Kappa Alpha, honorary de
bating fraternity will be installed in
the University in the near future,
adding to the 21 chapters which it
already has on its roll, the Oregon
local organization, the “Order of
the Forensic ‘O.’ ” Of those who
will be eligible for initiation, only
three at college, Dal King and
Vernon Motschenbacher as stu
dents and R. W. Prescott, in the
capacity of forensic instructor and
varsity debate coach.
The members of the society not in
the University are: Howard Zim
merman, Carl.gton Spencer, Leon
Ray, David Pickett, John Veatch,
Allen Eatono and0 BurJ^igh Cash. Of
tfiisonumber, thfee, Spencer, Raj; and
Prescott, in addition to being vete
ran debaters, also held the office of
student body president, w'hile Cash
in his senior year wras vice-president.
Veatch was a member of the 1907
debating team which won the champ
ionship of the western states. Pick
ett, Zimmerman and Spencer were" all
varsity orators in addition to their
debate work while Allen Eaton is
known for his work in the state leg
The installation, according to Dal
Ncte Books and Fillers—The Richter Drawing Instru
ments—T Squares—Architects’ Scales—Tracing Cloth
and Paper—The Quality line of Pennants in felt and
CRESSETS BOOR STORE
Two doors south of Hampton’s. 630 Willamette St.
RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN
All Latest Dope on Sports
EIGHTH AVE. AND WILLAMETTE ST. JAY McCORMICK
King, will take place in the early
part of October. Julian Thomas of
Salt Lake City, will pieside over the
Mike Stastney, ’ll, principal of the
Myrtle Point High school, is sick
with typhoid fever. His position is
being filled by Miss Ethel Scaiefh.
K. ft E. *
Oak Shoe Store
C W. CRUMP
Staple and Fancy
Phone 18 44 9th Ave. E.
Yerington & Allen
Phone 232 86 Ninth Ave. East
THE HOUSE OF APPLEGATE
FURNITURE A BIT BETTER FOR LESS
Specials on Living Room Furniture
Large assortments of Library Tables and Desk Tables in solid oak from.
Large Comfortable Rockers and Chairs to Match, each, from.
Sanitary Couches . $4,50
Iron Beds, as low as.$2.00
Good Springs. $2.00
Good Mattresses .$3.00
See Our Big St ~k of Rugs
$5.00 to $15.00
$3.50 to $10.00
CORNER SEVENTH & OLIVE