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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1913)
Published each Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday of the school year, by
the Associated Students of the Uni
versity 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
City Editor .Jessup Strang
Special Features .... Lee* Hendricks
Exchange .Lamar Tooze
Administration .Roger Moe
Dramatic .Mandell Weiss
Society .Beatrice Lilly
Raemon Fleming. Leslie Tooze,
Ray Williams, Wallace Eakin, Milton
Stoddard, Evelyn Harding, Beatrice
Locke, Elmer Martin, Blair Holcomb,
Business Manager. . . Marsh Goodwin
Assistant Mgr. . .Anthony Jaureguy
Advertising Mgr.Dean Peterson
Assistant . Harold Cohen
Assistants—Ben Flelschman, Hugh
Kirkpatrick, Franklin Clark.
Circulation Mgr.. .Millar McGllchrist
PAJAMAS AM) ROOTING.
Tonight, under the guidance of
Harold Young, yell leader, the Or* -
gon men will engage in rooters' prac
tice preliminary t« the alumni game,
tills practice to take the form of a
pajama parade through the Univer
sity end of Eugene.
The importance of a big turnout,
particularly from the freshman class,
cannot be too strongly urged. The
alumni game Itself is merely an In
cident In the It! 13 season, for in this
contest Oregon will bo pitted against
Oregon, and the Oregon spirit of the
past will vie with the Oregon spirit
of the present for supremacy. But
In the games which will follow lu
rapid succession during the next two
months, this will not bo the case.
Then the defenders of the lemon
yellow will work and fight to the
last to win the place of supremacy
In the northwest so nearly gained lu
each of the past three years. Then
will the support accorded them play
a part second ouly to the ability of
the team itself.
Oregon lias a football sun ad to bo
proud of and a coach who will bring
that squad to Us highest efficiency.
But that point at which the team will
play better than It knows can only
be reached through the earnest back
ing of the student body.
With Lhifi in view, the training of
rooters, new and old, must not be
overlooked. Bet every Oregon man
turn out tonight and do Ills part for
the team and the University.
THU I’HKSIIMW CAM II
A combination of superior eoach
lug and tlu* old Oregon spirit saved
die Freshman team from defeat in
yesterday's game at Corvallis. In the
last minute and a half of play the
bull was pushed over the Corvallis
line and goal was kicked, tioing the
Perhaps some of the Oregon foot
ball enthusiasts ure disappointed by
the fact that the freshmen failed to
win in yesterday's contest, but the
fact that the score was tied and that
it was tied at this particular time
argues well for the physical cond'
tion and dogged fighting spirit of the
Freshman gridiron turnout.
The O. A. C. eleven had the ad
vantage of two weeks' more training
than did Heidek's charges. Their
team was heavier and more experi
enced, but tin* freshmen played even
better under the handicap of a seven
So far ttie efficacy of the CorvalMs
buttons, labeled “bent Oregon.” lias
Fred Anuunsen lias registered in
college after spending his summer
vacation working on an electric
gruvel hoist near Corvallis.
SEX HYGIENE TALKS
TO START THURSDAY
Dr. Omar Gullion Will Deliver
First Lecture of Ex
The Sex-Hygiene lectures, offered
free to the students by the Univer
sity Y. M. C. A., which have hither
to been so well attended, will begin
again on Thursday evening, October
sixteenth. Dr. Omar Gullion, who
has spoken several times during for
mer series, will deliver the first lec
The most noted man yet secured
for these lectures, Dr. Winfield S.
Hall, Ph. D. (Leipzig), M. D. (Leip
zig), of Northwestern University
Medical School, Chicago, will speak
the following Thursday night. He
will also speak to the women of the
University while here. Dr. Hall is
the author of “Biology, Physiology
and Sociology of Reproduction,” and
other noted works. He was chairman
of the section of Pathology and Phy
siology, of the American Medical As
sociation during 1904-5; president of
the American Academy of Medicine
in 1905-6; and is a member of sev
eral fatuous medical and pathologi
The change of evenings from
Wednesday to Thursday for these
lectures is permanent, and the Y. M.
C. A. will hold only one meeting
each week, instead of two, as form
A special effort Is being made by
the association this year to secure
splendid speakers for all these lec
tures, and considerable expense Is
being incurred to carry out this pur
GERMAN CLUB WILL MEET
FIuiin For the Semester’s Work to lie
The German club will hold Its first
regular meeting Tuesday, October 7,
8 p. m., at the Delta Delta Delta
house, 1436 Alder street.
A musical and literary program
will be rendered. Flans for the sem
ester’s work will be discussed and
committees will be named. All old
members are urged to be present and
all having had two years of German,
who desire to become members of
the club are Invited to attend.
Definite plans for the semes
ter are being worked out In ad
vance. Books containing German,
English games and German songs
have been ordered for each member.
Freshmen Acquaintance party at
the Delta Delta Delta house .Friday,
October 3, 8 p. m.
Alumni game Kincaid field, 3:30
Saturday afternoon Immediately fol
lowing underclass mix.
Y. M. G. A. Meeting at 7 p. m.
tonight. Dr. Schmidt's room.
Junior Informal——Dance in the
gymnasium Saturday evening at
Walter Shaw, representing J. F.
Newman, the College Fraternity
Jeweler and stationer, will exhibit
their line at the Osburn hotel Satur
day afternoon and evening from 3 to
it Goods may be selected for Xmas
TRIPLE A SOCIETY MEETS
Pet simian Women (o Hold l*k'nU' in
\ meeting of the Triple A society
was held on Wednesday at 3:SO.
The principal business of the meet
ing was to arrange for a picnic
which will be given in Hendrick's
Park, October 11th. for the women
of the Freshman Class.
It is thought likely that tile Triple
A organisation will lie passed from
thi‘ class of 1 0 It! to the class of 10>V
as do a number of other class socie
ties and thus have It continue in the
hands of the freshmen.
C.et a Teddy Hear at Peter Pan.
Uet a Teddy Hear at Peter Pan.
The Peter Pan milk stiakes ate
famous. Try one.
VARSITY CO-EDS TO
PLAY 0. A. C. FRIDAY
Tennis Club Chooses Bess Cow
den and Edna Harvey
Bess Cowden and Edna Harvey left
Eugene this afternoon for Corvallis
where they will compete wtih the co
ed tennis team of O. A. C. on Friday
morning and afternoon and Saturday
Although both members of the
Oregon team are veterans at the
game, only one, Miss Cowden, played
during the last year against the O.
A. C. racket wielders. Edna Harvey
takes the place of Francis Adams,
who aided in winning the dual meet
for Oregon at'the last tournament,
posed of the same players who for
merly competed here, namely, Miss
Ann Rutledge and Miss Esta Har
Miss Cowden states that the Ore
gon contingent has been practicing
for the most part on the women’s
dirt courts, as it is not expected that
a cement court will be available at
Corvallis. Miss Mary Perkins will
accompany the team in the double
capacity of chaperone and umpire.
Student body manager, Dean
Walker, Is planning to extend the
scope of inter-collegiate tennis by
changing the spring tournament to
be held here between the women of
the two state institutions to a con
test in which both men and women
will be represented. It Is his idea to
have at this time men’s and women’s
doubles and singles, and in addition
MAE NORTON IS NOW
GLEE CLUB PRESIDENT
Marie Churchill Chosen Secre
tary and Catharine Car
A meeting of the Women's Glee
Club was held in Dr. Schmidt’s room
Monday afternoon. Florence Avery
resigned as president of the club and
Mae Norton was elected to fill the
vacancy. Marie Churchill was elect
ed secretary and Catharine Carson
was reappointed manager.
BOYLEN IS STUDENT
Walker Institutes System of As
sistants for Each of the
Graduate Manager Dean Walker
has announced the appointment of
" mil Boylen to the position of stu
dent manager of football. Mr. Boy
len v\ ili assist in the handling of the
schedule and will accompany the
team on the trips, in charge of the
financial end of the management.
Managers for other branches of
student body endeavor will be ap
pointed within a few weeks.
Peter Crockatt, ’14, is pastor of
tile Christian church at Athena. Ore
Room and board for students, $ti
per week. R. 1,. Edwards.
A private banquet room at the
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STUDENTS LEAVE TICKETS
AT REGISTRAR’S OFFICE
Between 50 and 60 Season Pas
ses Paid for But Not
The report comes from Registrar
Tiffany that some fifty or sixty stu
dents who are entitled to the Stu
dent Body ticket, which admits stu
dents to all games and student body
activities, have not been called for
as yet. With the coming of football
games in the near future, these will
be needed, and Mr. Tiffany urges
that the students call for them soon
for the convenience of the office as
The presentation of the registra
tion receipt at the window designat
ed by the “Student Body Tickets”
card, will entitle the holder of the
receipt to a ticket.
FRESHMEN IN CORDUROYS
What Next Is Query of Upperclass
men Who See Indignity.
Certain underclassmen either i.i
an audacious spirit, or through lack
of knowledge of the old college tra
dition in regard to the matter, have
made their appearance on the cam
pus and on the streets of Eugene, in
the sacred dress of the Junior class.
It is dismaying to the Juniors to
see a green piece of humanity clad
in his sacred garb. Nothing is more
disgracing to the corduroys than to
be so closely connected with a green
cap and it is to be hoped that the
guilty ones will honestly repent of
their grave sins, if they are acting
intentionally and malicious; or will
take a course in college tradition un
der some senior if they are acting
unintentionally. If the guilty ones
1 do not wish to change their ways it
is up to the Juniors to inflict suita
ble punishment. Maybe some one will
go home pantless some evening.
Buy Peter Pan candies. We know
they are good. We make them our
I tic Bolt has been elected captain
| o' ti is year's football eleven at Wil
Buy Peter Pan candies. We know
they are good. We make them our
Girls, meet us at Peter Pan. Yours
truly, Mutt and Jeff.
WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY, OCT. 1 & 2
FOUR REELS OF LICENSED PHOTOPLAYS,
INCLUDING THE PATHE WEEKLY
ALLEN & LEWIS
IN "A NIMBLE HEELED NOVELTY”
GERMAN BARITONE IN NEW SELECTIONS
ADMISSION 15 CENTS
WOMEN’S LEAGUE ELECTS
Delegates to Women’s League j
Katherine Northrup was elected
secretary of the Woman’s League at
the special meeting in Villard Hall
yestirday afternoon. Hazel Tooze, j
the former secretary, did not return ■
Delegates to the convention of
Women’s Clubs of Oregon to be held
at Hood River next week were chos
en. The president, Eleanor Mc
Ciafin, Catherine Carson and Nellie
Hemenway ’13 w ill represent the W’o
men’s League. The pamphlet edit
ed by the Agora Club la.st spring will
be revised by the league and dis
tributed among the women at the
A Lover’s Delight is to go to Peter
Pan, and get a Cupid’s Parafait.
Boys, if she drives you to drink,
remember the Peter Pan.
104 East Ninth St. Phone 246
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after a day’s hard work?
Then why not call at Man
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Try Us and See
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We bring out the smallest detail and
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OREGON ELECTRIC RAILWAY
Tickets on Sale Saturday and Sunday, return limit
AiSany .T. 1.75
Salem . 2.80
E. Independence.. 2.55
Hillsboro .s.1° 5.10
Forest Grove. 5.30
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