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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 1, 1913)
JOHN VEATCH SAYS CHANC
ES FOR FAVORABLE VOTE
PRES. CAMPBELL HOPEFUL
Outlook Is Promising. Cam
paign Committees Have Been
Doing Work All Over State.
Students Are Commended.
“The chances for a favorable vote
on the University appropriations at
the election next Tuesday are a good
deal better than an even break,” was
the optimistic statement made today
by John Veatch, ’07, President of
the State Alumni Association, who
haB been prominently Identified with
the University’s campaign during the
past several months.
"An almost negligible opposition
has been encountered. This does not
mean that we are going to have a
walkaway. Not by any means. In
the state there are a number of vot
ers who are opposed to higher educa
tion in general and who will take
this opportunity to vote against the
University, not particularly because
it is the University of Oregon, but
because it is an institution of higher
learning. Wherever it has been pos
sible to reach these people very ef
fective work has been done and many
converted to the University’s cause.
Those who are opposed to the ap
propriations are not openly express
ing themselves and it is this silent
vote with which we have to fear
Mr. Veatch, who is an attorney in
'Portland, has been connected with
the campaign work since last April,
and during the past three months
has devoted his time exclusively to
Regarding the present outlook for
a favorable reception of the appro
priations at the hands of the voters
at the election Tuesday, President
Campbell has the following to say:
"It is never safe to make predic
tions until the vote is counted, but
the outlook at the present time is
very promising. All of the campaign
committees in the field have done
fine work. Particularly is this true
of the Portland and local committees,
where the work has been marked by
"The students of the University
are also to be commended for the
Invaluable assistance which they
have lent the campaign.”
o SOCIETY o
o By Beatrice Lilly. o
The ghosts of Hallowe’en again
strut abroad and with them come the
usual round of festivities. The dif
ferent clubs and sorority houses are
transformed into environments suit
able for the visitation of hobgoblins,
witches and black dats and during
the week-end numerous parties and
dances took place.
The Gamma Phi Beta house enter
tained with a Hallowe’en dance Fri
day evening. The rooms were dec
orated with autumn leaves and jack
o’lanterns and weird ghosts peered
from behind sheaves of corn stalks.
Miss Guppy and Mrs. Abrams acted
as chaperons. The out-of-town
guests were Miss Hofer of Salem and
Kappa Kappa Gamma is giving a
dance this evening. The out of town
guests were Edith Meriman, Minnie
Krempt, Gladys Mace, Miss Elizabeth
Fox and Grace Reid of Portland and
Gladys Cartright of Salem.
The Kappa Alpha Theta freshmen
entertained with an Informal dance
The Sophomores of the Delta
Gamma house entertained with a
Hallowe’en dance Friday evening.
Peabody A Co., Iaa. Makan
WHY NOT NOW ?
Mu Phi Epsilon is entertaining
this evening with a Hallowe’en danc
ing party. The house will be decor
ated in an appropriate fashion, and
far seeing witches will foretell the
future to hopeful aspirants. Vari
ous other stunts characteristic of the
jolly occasion, are planned for the
enjoyment of the guests. ,
Chi Omega will entertain tonight i
with a Hallowe’en dancing party, j
Decorations, favors and menu will
carry out the spirit of the season. |
Mrs. Charles Gray will chaperon.
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