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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 23, 1913)
University Society Is Opened With
Parties and Sunday
/ (By Elsie Gurney)
Aside from the. gtrenudus Pun
Hellehie entertaining t)f last weelc
the society about the campus wJs of
a quiet and informal nature. Several
of the sororities entertained inform
ally on Saturday evening in honor of
their new pledges. Sunday after
noon the different sororities were at
home to the men of the college.
Delta Delta Delta entertained in
honor of their new pledges Satur
day evening with an informal danc
Gamma Phi Beta entertained in
formally with a dance for their new
pledges on Saturday evening.
Beth Reah held an informal dinner
dance in honor of their new fresh
men Saturday evening.
Sympathy is being extended to
Rose Basler on the death of her
Alsea Hawley ex ’14, Grace Bean
’14, Jay Stanfield ex ’12, Sophia Cat
lin ex ’1, visited at the Gamma Phi
Beta House last week.
Esther Maegly, Cecil Miller and
Nell Hemenway, all “ ’13” were at
the Chi Omega House last week.
Emma Waterman ex ’12, Jennie
Fry ex ’12, Vera Redmond ex ’15,
Faye Ball ex ’13, and Elizabeth Lew
is ex ’13 visited at the Delta Delta
House last week.
Elsie Bain ex ’15 is visiting at the
Kappa Alpha Theta House.
WOMEN WILL SOON SWIM
Dr. Stuart to Teach Aquatic Art
Which Will Be Required.
An innovation in the physical
training work required of University
women this winter will be the swim
ming lessons,, conducted by Dr.
Bertha Stuart and Miss Grace Lewis,
beginning November I, the date on
which the new tank in the Men's
Gymnasium will' be completed. The
tank wall be reserved for the use of
the women on the Monday of each
week, five lessons will be devoted to
the teaching of the aquatic art dur
' ing the course of the year.
Outdoor exercises, as much as pos
sible will take the place of indoor
gymnastics until real winter weather
makes this impossible,, Along this
line, field hockey, baseball, archery,
and golf will be practiced on the var
sity diamond, under the supervision
of Miss Freda Goldsmith.
Classes in gymnastic and fancy
dancing will start in November un
der the direction of Miss Lewis.
WOMEN’S LEAGUE MEETS
Eleanor McClaine, Miss Guppy and
Mrs. Parsons Give Talks.
The first meeting of the Women’s
League was held this afternoon in
Eleanor McClaine, president of the
League, gave a short talk welcoming
the women of the University.
Miss Guppy then addressed the
members of the League upon the ob
ligatjpus of the women to the Univer
sity. She spoke also upon the de
velopment of self-ge.•eminent and its
success in other institutions, and
upon some standards of conduct
which are required of all women at
tending higher institutions of learn
Mrs. Parsons spoke of ways in
which the women of the University
can help during the forthcoming
Announcement was made of a tea
to be given by the Women’s League
next Saturday afternoon at Mary
Spiller Hall, to which all college wo
men are invited.
The “Varsity Confectionery’’ for
That hair cut and shave at Marx’s
No expense spared on the “New
Meet me at Obak’s. Yes, Obak’s
is the place.
What do you think of the Smeed
MAN! N W COURSES
STARTED THIS YEAR
First Year Law Under Dr. Hope Is
Popular Among Students.
A number of new courses have
been added to the various, depart
ments of the Fniversifcy for® the en
suing year. ®
.In 'the Physicsc.department, Dr. A:
S. Oapswell 'will give a course in
Electricity and Matter, which deals
with the action of X-rays and radio
activity. Dr. W. P. Boynton of
fers two new courses, one in Theo
retical Electricity, which is a math
ematical course and leads to the dis
cussion of wireless telegraphy. The
other deals with elementary physics
for students vlio have not had high
school physics. Dr. Boynton has
also established a Journal Club, the
members of which will be given a
chance to study and discuss recent
publications on physics and elec
In the Psychology department, Dr.
K. M. Dailenbacn will give a new
course in Experimental Psychology.
This course will be chiefly lectures
and laboratory work. He also gives
a course in Feeling and Attention.
Dr. E. S. Conklin has divided his
elementary class into two divisons
and Dr. Dailenbach will be his assis
Dr. Conklin offers two new courses
—one the study of Adolescence,
which is a very elaborate course
dealing with the works of G. Stan
ley. Hali, the other is ■ a course is
In the Foreign Language depart
ment, Professor Edward Thorsten
bery offers new courses in Scandi
navian literature and Elementary
Swedish. These are the first courses
of this nature offered in the Univer
in the Journalism Department,
Professor C. V. Dyment gives a
course in Advanced News Writing
and Professor Allen offers a course
m Newspaper Organization and
This year a course in First Year
Law has been instituted in the Uni
versity. Dr. E. W. Flope heads the
department (and offers courses in
Criminal Law, Domestic Delations
and Contracts. Juniors may elect
five or six hours in this department
and seniors only are allowed to take
SOPH-FRQSH MIX PLANNED
Committee Appointed From Juniors
to Arrange for Affair Sept. 27.
Tlie annual Sopliomore-Freshm^n
mix will be held on Kincaid Field
Saturday afternoon, September 2 7,
under the direction of the Junior
class. President Bert Jerard with
the committee composed of Jessup
Strang, chairman; Thomas Donaca,
Bert Lombard, Bryant DeBar and
Marsh Goodwin have an extensive
list of new features which will be
announced at a later date.
The tug-of-war across the frog
pond and the push-ball contest are
two of last year’s features which will
be staged this 3'ear. Only a limited
number will take part giving each1
class an equal opportunity. Addi
tional points will be aw'arded for
decorations, yells and original stunts.
It is promised by those in charge
that the coming mix will excel all
other previous contests. The mix
was inaugurated three years ago to
take the place of the time-honored
hazing and is now looked forward to
with much interest.
Inter-class mixes have displaced
hazing in most of the larger univer
sities and colleges.
CLUB TO MEET SOON
A special meeting of the Women’s
Athletic association lias been called
for Wednesday at 4 o’clock in the
women’s gymnasium. The meeting
will be held for the purpose of dis
cussing plans for the coming year
and for working up interest in the
Miss Thompson -will give a short
talk upon the object of the associa
The ofieers who were elected last
spring are: President, Georgia
Prather; vice-president, Vera Mof
fett; secretary, Gladys Graybill;
treasurer, Ethelyn Boydell.
ARTHUR FRAZER IN
Noted Musician Played to Large
Audience in Villard
!. 0 (ily Mandel W. iss.)
. Arthur Frazer, the celebrated ar
„tist, who thrilled the audience with
his delightful piano recital on Wed'
nesday evening in Villard hall, is by
no means a stranger in this town,
having been born and raised here.
He received his musical education on
the continent and returned to Amer
ica where he has made a notable im
pression on the music loving people.
In his rendition of the carefully
selected numbers, Mr. Frazer won
not only the sympathy of his audi
ence, but the warmest appreciation.
The most noticeable characteristics
of his work are his absolute preci
sion, clearness and purity of tone.
The concert was given under the
auspices of the most prominent peo
ple in this city. The following is
the program in full:
Theme and Variations in G.
Rondo from Sonata, Op. 2, No. 3,
Butterflies (carnival sketches) Schu
Mask Dance, Walt, Wult, The
Maskers, Wina, Wult's Dance, Ex
change of Masks, Recognition, Anger,
Unmasked, Hurrying Away (Polo
naise), Final Scene, “The Depart
Ballade, G-minor . Chopin
Nocturn, F-minor . Chopin
Etude, C-minor . Chopin
Gavotte and Musette.d’ Albert
The Sea . . .’. Worrell
Little Bells in the Mist . . . Hendriks
The Juggieress . Moszkowski
Polonaise from “Jewgeny Onegin”
(Chickering Piano Used)
William “Weary” Chandler, who
played end on the Varsity football
team when Hugo Bezdek coached
them in 1906, and who was an All
Northwest selection for several years,
came yesterday for a few days’ visit
with his Sigma Nu brothers. Mr.
Chandlhr is now1 an architect in
H. PAUL DOUGLASS TO
■ ADDRESS ASSEMBLY
Brother of Ldbrariau to Speak on
H. Paul Douglass, a brother of the
University librarian, will be the
^speaker of the day at the first As
sembly of the college year, to be held
Wednesday morning at 10 in Villard
Hall. Mr. Douglass, who is the sec
retary of the American Misisouary
Association, ao society conducting
many schools and colleges in "the
south for the beenfit of the negroes
and mountain whites, is expected to
select as his subject some phase of
the educational problem in the south.
Mr. Douglass is a graduate of
Grinnell college and attended the
Andover Theological seminary; in
addition to which he has done grad
uate work at the University of Chi
cago and at Harvard. He is the au
thor of a work on “Christian Re
construction in the South,’’ which is
used as a reference text by Dr.
Schafer in the history department.
FRESHMEN TRACK MEN
MEET WITH HAYWARD
A track meeting of the freshmen
was called called Saturday afternoon
at the gymnasium by Coach Hayward.
Eighteen responded and gave their
promises to be on hand Monday aft
ernoon for preliminary workouts.
After a line on the material is to be
had, acthe preparation for the in
terclass meet, to be held either Octo
ber 18 or 25, will begin.
U. OF W. MEN HURT
DURING CLASS RUSH
: Two University of Washington stu
dents were injured as result of the
I annual class fight between the sopho
mores and freshmen. Vishno Ping
ley was taken to the hospital in an
unconscious condition and Frank
Phipps sustained a broken collar
Miss Jane Knox, ’12, is teaching
in the Junction City high school.
Miss Zella Soults, who was gradu
ated last year, is now teaching in the
Junction City high school.
EUGENE’S ELEGANT PLAYHOUSE
Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 22 and 23
5 ACTS PANTAGES UNEQUALED VAUDEVILLE
ADMISSION 25 and 35c
PERFORMANCES 2:30, 7:15 AND 9:00
Banquet Room for parties at “New
Don’t forget Marx's Barber Shop
for your barber work.
Get the Obak habit.
Have you eaten at the Smeed
Have you tried the Smeed Cafe
“New Varsity Confectionery”
Watch for “New Varsity Confec
JIM THE SHOE DOCTOR
Dr. C. B. Marks, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
GLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED
Cockerline and Fraley Bldg.
Office Over Loan & Savings Bank
Phones: Res., 965; Office, 634
OFFICE HOURS 2 TO 5
Dorris Photo Shop
Cherry Bldg. Phone 741
THE SMOKE HOUSE
Billiards and Cigar Store
Kompp & Lyttaker, Props.
Have you met him? He
has a nice hardwood and
plate glass store, with
marble floor, Western
Union clock, large cash
register, well assorted
stock in pretty boxes and
a soda fountain. Makes
plenty of change. Loans
some money. Cashes lots
of checks. Gives out
plenty of information and
lights but doesn’t do much
THE COLLEGE MEN’S
PRESS THE BUTTON AND LET
JACK DO THE REST
H. B. REYNOLDS, Prop.
306 East 13th St.
Everything in Photos.
Your Patronage Hair Cutting
Kindly Solicited A Specialty
U. of 0.
W. H. BLOWERS, Prop.
575 Thirteenth Ave. East Eugene
Lunches for yniversity
Students a Specialty
THE WATER PROBLEM
SOLVED AT LAST
Install a Pump and
DRIVE IT WITH
H. FRIENDLY & CO.
THE LEADING STORE
Young Men’s Clothes
THE CLOTHES WE SELL TO THE COLLEGE MEN HAVE CHARAC
TER TAILORED INTO THEM AND THEY SHOW IT. WE NUMBER
AMONG OUR MEN CUSTOMERS THE BEST DRESSED FELLOWS ON
THE CAMPUS. THOSE WHO APPRECIATE THE IMPORTANCE OF A
PERFECTLY FITTING, HANDSOMELY STYLED AND HIGH QUALITY
SUIT AT A PRICE WELL WITHIN THEIR MEANS, WE HAVE THEM
From $15 To $3Q