Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, September 19, 1914, Image 6

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of the professors are engaged in en
tirely new courses and some are re
placing professors who are away on
leaves of absence.
Dr. W. D. Smith, the new head of
the department of Geology, was for
merly of Stanford, but has recently
been in Government service in the
Philippines as head of the Bureau of
Science in mining work. He is offer
ing a new course in optic mineralogy,
which deals with the microscopic
structure of minerals. Several other
courses, including Economic Geology,
will be given as soon as the neces
sary equipment can be secured.
iH. B. Miller is offering a course in
Industry and Commerce, which treats
of the economic conditions of the
Coast states, especially those of Or
egon. Mr. Miller, who is our ex-con
sul general to Japan, was formerly
connected with the lumber industry
in Southern Oregon.
Dr. R. C. Bennett, Professor of Law,
was formerly of the University of
Texas. He is a graduate from Yale,
having received the D. C. L. degree.
W. F. G. Thatcher, who is in the
department of Rhetoric, is a Prince
ton man. He has for the last eight
years been at the head of the English
department at Portland Academy.
J. J. Lansbury, in the department
of Music, has held professorships at
Baker College, Baldwin, Kansas, and
at iSmpeon College, Iowa. Mr. Laas
bury’s course will deal more with the
science and theory of music than with
its practical application.
Dr. J. E. Gutberlet, Professor of Zo
ology, is takng the place of Professor
Bovard, who Is away on leave of ab
sence. Dr. Gutberlet formerly held a
profesorship at the University of Il
Ellis F. Lawrence, of Portland, is
at the head of the new School of Ar
Miss K. M. Davis is to act as as
sistant in the department of Rhetoric.
She is a Wellesley graduate and took
an A. Me degree at Columbia.
Earl Kilpatrick, an Oregon gradu
ate, will be traveling representative
of the Extension Division. He was
principal of the Salem iHgh School
from 1912 to 1914.
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Ford, Salem; Kenneth Moores, Salem;
Donald Cawley, Williamsport, Pa.;
Glenn Shockley, Baker; Charles Tis
dale, Sutherlin; Folsom Tallman, Pen
Beta Theta Pi—Kenneth Bartlett,
Estacada; George Davis, Portland;
Jack Montague, Portland; Orville
Monteith, Albany; William Snyder,
McMinnville; Harold Cochran, Med
ford; Wayne Stater, McMinnville;
Edward Gray, Eugene.
Sigma Chi—Hugh Kirkpatrick, Leb
anon; Bert Peacock, Portland; Fred
Moxley, Eugene; Ramsey Pierce, Lew
iston, Iduho; Trenton Johnson, Port
land; Harold Hamstreet, Sheridan;
H. R. Tregiigas, Albany; Sam Bul
loch, Portland.
Alpha Tau Omega—Harry Har
greaves, Portland; Harold Feese, Kla
math Falls; Kent Wilson, Oregon
City; Larue Blackaby, Ontario; Wal
ter Corporan, McMinnville; H. W. Lit
tle, McMinnvillf; Harold Sexton, Eu
Phi Gamma Delta—Don Ortutt,
Clappville, Wis.; Ray Gorman, Cath
lamet, Wash.; Don Roberts, Astoria;
Homer Egan, Salem; Joe Hedges, Or
egon City; Jake Risley, Oregon City;
Edward Garbade, Portland; James
Sheehy, Portland; Harold Cake, Port
land; DeWitt Gilbert, Astoria; Gordon
Clark, Portland.
Phi Delta Theta—John Ruth, Eu
gene; Leland Belknap, Prineville;
Robert Morton, Estacada; Emmett
Powrie, Eugene; Homer LelTel, La
Grande; Charles Huntington, The
Dalles; Lee Swinson, Monroe; Harold
Tunure, Portland.
Delta Tau Delta—Oscar Noreen,
Portland; Walter Muirhead, Portland;
Fred Backwod, Portland; Victor Cham
bers, Cottage Grove; Joe Denn, Rose
Iota Chi—Sheldon L. Davies, Port
land; Linn Peterson, Portland; Harry
Miller, Bandon; Howard McDonald,
The Dalles; Millray A. Anderson,
Women’s Fraternities
Gamma Phi Beta—Mary Johns, Pen
dleton; Marguerite Gross, Portland;
Joy Gross, Portland;, Dorothy Down
ard, Portland; Aileen Gehr, Portland;
Gladys C^olwell, San Francisco; Mign
on Alien, Astoria; Dorothy Dunbar,
Astoria; Sara darker, Astoria; Flor
noe Sherman, Eugene; Flawnice Kil
lingsworth, Portland.
Chi Omega—Gladys Wilkins, Eu
gene; Vera Olmstead, Medford; Flor
ence Pierce, Lewiston, Idaho; Helen
Downing, Portland; Leura Jerard, Pen
dleton; Marie Sheehan, Oregon City.
Kappa Kappa Gama—Grace Reed,
Portland, Aleste Foulkes, Portland;
Student Dies
During Vacation
The students of the University
regret to hear of the death of Law
rence Purdy, at Madison, Wisconsin,
this summer,'August 15.
Mr. Purdy went to Madison after
college dismissed last June, to live
with his father. He had just finished
a course in summer school at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin when he became
a victim of acute appendicitis. Mr.
Purdy was a Junior here last year.
He majored under Proefssor Stafford
in the Chemistry department, but he
expected to take his degree from Wis
Mr. Purdy was a capable student
and a most popular member of the
Junior class and of the Dormitory
Club, where he made his home during
his course here.
Alra Wilson, Glendalo; Ethel leodu,!
Portland; Peart Riegard, Marshfield.
Kappa Alpha Theta—Inna Keith*
ley, Portland; Beulah Hayes, Portland;.
Alice Bingham, Salem; Louise Man-!
ning, Portland; Louise Adams, Sil-i
▼erton; Ruth Fraley, Portland; Grace
Bingham, Eugene; Julia Platt, Port
land; Ruth Roth rock, Athena.
Delta Delta Delta—Sylva Lloyd, Ba
ker; Genevieve Chapin, Portland;1
Winifred Starbuck, Eugene.
Mu Phi Epsilon—Jennette McLaren, ,
Portland; Mildred Woodruff, Portland;
Ada Matthews, Cottage Grove; Jessie
Harris, Astoria.
Beth Reah—Leola Peterson, Suth
erlin; Grace Richardson, Salt Lake
City; Elizabeth Carson, Hood River;
Nellie Blowers, Hood River.
Delta Gamma—Not reported.
At the corner of 10th and Wiliam-,
ette, across from the Rex Theatre,!
you wil find one of the cosiest little1
Ice Cream Parlors in the city, with
the very best of home-made Candies.
Our Milk Shakes are famous.
Look for the name
No Nicer Present could
be selected than
Our Choice Confections
Elegant Exterior
Delicious Interior
A/n ays Ten Cents
Ye Oregon Students
Where Famous Players Play
Monthly and Tuesday, September 21 and 22, SAMPSON features J. Warren
Kerrigan. Played Baker Theater, Portland, one week, admission trom 25e up.
Producers positively refuse to play it under 25c. Admission—One Price, 10 Cents.
Jack London's Valley of the Moo
Scales of Justice .
Eagle’s Mate
Call of the North .
Martin Eden (Jack London) .
Man on the Box .
Little Grey 1-ady .
Lost Paradise ...
..Famous Players .
n Bosworth .
..Famous Players .....
-Famous Players .
..Lasky’s .
..Bosworth .
.Lasky’s .
..Famous Players ....
..Famous Players ....'.
Carlyle Blackwell
H. Bosworth (of Sea Wolf fame.)
Paul McAllister
Mary Pickford
Robert Edison
Herbert Bosworth
Max Firman
Jane Scott
H. B. Warner
Odysey of the North, The Virginian, Unwelcome Mrs. Hatch, In Mizzouri, The Jungle, Tramc in Souls, Burn
ing Daylight, Bobby Burnit, Such a Little Queen, and many others.
€][ Wien College men get together and be
gin talking of correct style in things to wear you
are sure to hear S. H* Friendly & Co* mentioned as
the place to go for it*
IJ We. have just received a large shipment
of fall neckwear, including the newest shapes and
patterns in Roman stripes, Scotch plaids, two-tone
silks, English polo bows and Tartan checks.
{J The Gotham line of shirts for Fall come
in French cuff, pleats, and tucks, made up in Silks,
French De Laines, Brocaded Poplin, Silk and Satin
Striped Madras, French Flannels, and Oxfords*
C| Schoble hats are here in the latest shapes
and shades, both in soft and stiff hats* We also
oarry a full line of Silk and Opera hats*
If you are a Clothes Connoisseur we are
sure of your choice* If you are unfamiliar with the
technical points about good clothes, our name on a
suit is your protection — which seems to explain
why College men have always bought from