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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (March 21, 1914)
BI-WEEKLY PROGRAM WAS
GIVEN IN oSJUDIQ
TODAY. • .
STUDENTS SHOW ABILITY
Thirteen Numbers Rendered,
Comprising Selections From
Many of the Most Noted
Musicians of the World.
The University School of Music
held its regular bi-weekly recital in
Its studios at the men’s dormitory,
at 2:30 o’clock this afternoon.
The program follows:
"The Poppy Field”.
"One From Foreign Climes”.....
“Lady of Quality” (Ga/otte).
(a) “Venetian Serenade”. .Hoffman
"From an Indian Lodge”.
(a) “Contentedness”.... Schumann
(b) "Dreaming” ....... .Schumann
(c) "Chopin”. Schumann
(d) “Why?" .Schumann
OUTSIDE READING OF
Olga Poulson 63 Books, Acker- !
son 59, and Sommer 55
'Most students in the University
find their time well taken up with
the regulation courses and enough
recreation to keep this work from be
coming irksome, but reports from
the University library show that
there are, in addition, a number who
do not find this sufficient occupation
and read considerable numbers of
some of the heaviest books available,
whether to keep from being bored,
or from the desire for more rapid
self-improvement, Librarian Douglass
is not prepared to say.
Heading the list is Olga Poulson,
a Senior, who, so far this year, has
gone through a total of 63 works on
English and foreign literature. Lu
ton Ackerson, a Junior, comes next,
with 59 books on political and social
science, foreign and English litera
ture. Max Sommer, a Sophomore,
has read 55 works on political and
social science and philosophy, and
Anna Neufeld has perused the con
tents of 45 volumes dealing with
German literature, philosophy and
history. Otto Helder, Senior, is
credited with having read 31 works
on political and social science, Beu
lah Stebno, Junior, has withdrawn 16
on miscellaneous subjects, while El
lice Shearer is listed with a number
on thfe drama.
Of these Aima Neufeld and Beu
lah Stebno were honor students dur
ing the past semester.
Records for last year show Max
Sommer in the lead, with 100 books
on journalism, English and American
literature; Olga Poulson second,
with 92, mostly on religious subjects,
and Lucile Abrams third, with 79,
most of which were philosophy.
President P. L. Campbell left last
night for Portland, where he will
take the Shasta Limited tomorrow
night for San Francisco. President
Campbell’s visit to the southern city
is for the purpose of transacting per
sonal business matters. He expects
to return Thursday.
Correct Spring Fashions in
Clothes for Particular Men
The showing of Stein-Bloch and LSystem models for Spring includes a mode for every fancy.
Style desires are fully met here. So are quality demands. Men and young men who pick
wisely can select pleasureably at this new store, whe.. only new, up-to-the-minute clothes are
displayed. Stein-Bloch and L-System clothes mirror the ideas < all these who have par
ticular dress ideals. The man who is hard toplease—who has never before seen ready-to
put-on clothes that exactly suited him—is the fellow we would like to have stop in and look
over these classy Suits and Raincoats. Strictly guaranteed are all clothes, or money back.
For style, fit, service and value, try one of our special numbers in the latest Spring fashions, at
$18.00 $20.00 $22.50 $25.00
Manhattan Shirts for Spring
—Finer Shirts than “Manhattan” Shirts are not made. Our new
assortment is splendidly complete, containing all the latest fancies'
and ideas. Plain colors and neat, pretty patterns in many designs;
all sizes in coat or regular models; cuffs attached or separate, or with
soft cuffs; some with soft collars detached.
A Variety of Prices
—The newest models in soft and
8tiff shapes; all the latest and
smartest styles for Spring.
$3 $3.50 $4 $5
Things Men &
WADE BROS. XTSs?
SENT HOME TO PARENTS
First Time This Flan Has Been
Put Into Operation at
Scholarship reports for last semes
ter have been sent out by the Regis
trar’s office to the parents of every
student in the University. Similar
I reports have also been mailed to all
of the High Schools, giving the schol
astic standings of their Alumni who
are in attendance at Oregon.
This is the first time that this plan
has been put into operation, but, ac
cording to Registrar Tiffany, it will
probably be followed after every se
mester examination from now on.
The Eugene High School has the
largest number of students in the
University, and received the largest
report. The next largest was sent
co the Washington High School, (Port
VARSITY NINE PICKED
BY COACH AT U. OF. W.
Divides Squad Into Two Teams.
Working Hard for North
University of Washington, Maftb
18.—Coach Engle has divided the
baseball squad into two teams, which
will be the tentative first and second
The coach recently reduced the
squad in size, as he could not do
good work with a larger number of
“I want to develop a team that
will cop the northwest champion
ship,” said Coach Engle, in explana
tion for using the ax. “I cannot give
my time to every man, for then 1
would not be doing myself justice.
These men not named can turn out,
but they will be in their own way,
as well as hindering the chances for
a championship team.”
The following men constitute the
first team: Catchers, Captain Ker
ry and McJanett; first base, Robin
son; second base, “Judd” Graham;
shortstop, Coughlin; third base, Con
nor; right field, Patton; eenterfield,
Howard; left field, Thompson. The
pitching staff has not been divided.
The second team lines up as fol
lows: Catcher, Leader; first base,
Davidson and Leader; second base,
Ricksecker and McDermott; short
stop, Ericson; third base, Davis;
right field, Sweeney; center field,
Hurd; left field, Wardrope.
Engle’s twlrlers are Rodgers,
Bryant, Morril, Sneed, Barto and
Peter Pan candles sold at the Rex
TO MEET WASHINGTON
Second Dual Contest Between
Two Schools Will Come
Contracts have been signed by
Graduate Managers Horr and Walker
of Washington and Oregon, respec
tively, providing for the second ex
tempore oratorical ever held between
representatives of the two schools.
The contest will take place some
time in May, and tryouts to deter
mine the Oregon orators will be held
in five or six weeks, according to in
formation given out by James Don
ald, student manager of oratory and
debate. The exact date of the ora
torical contest has not yet been de
The first encounter of. the kind
was lost by Oregon in Portland last
year, Harold Zimmerman and Harold
Warner being the Oregon represen
tatives. Zimmerman spoke on the
subject “Unguarded Gates,” while
Warner developed the theme of
A prize of $50 will be offered to
the winners of the contest.
TENNIS CHANCES LOOK
GOOD TO SEATTLE MEN
U. of W. Will Start Active
Work Next Week on
C impus Courts.
University of Washington, March
18.—Prospects for a suecDesful ten
nis season for Washington this year
are bright, according to Capt. Ed.
Miura, the little Japanese hoy who
won his “W” last year, i3 back; also
Shannon and Murray; Bories, the
Broadway high crack, and Canfield,
Miller and Watson, last year’s run
ners up, who showed promise.
Although the courts are not yet
fully repaired, 20 enthusiasts were
opt last night. Captain Adams will
not Issue the call for the turnout for
a week or two, when the courts will
be in better shape.
“Prospects never looked better,”
said Adams this morning. “This is
the first time we have had a chance
15% to S0%
Reduction on the stock
Eugene’s Largest Jeweler
Lara way s
SEE THE NEW MODELS
at an all-conference title, and we In
tend to make the most of it. I expect
at least 60 men will try out for ths
three-man team. Mlura Is the only
man sure of a place on the team. The
boys look good for this time of the
Adams and the other members of
last year’s team have not been out
yet, but will turn out next week.
DEBATERS NOT CHOSE,!
Tryout yesterday Not Final. Another
Planned tor Next Week.
The first co-ed debate tryout was
held Friday, March 20, in Villard
hall. There will be one more tryout
and maybe two before the successful
applicants are named.
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