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IANY TURN AWAY FROM MRS.
PARSONS’ SHORT STORR
CLASS; SOME STAND
>rofessor Albert Sweetser Will Give
Illustrated Lectures Friday at
Harisburg High School
Dr. H. D. Sheldon, Dean of Edu
tion, has been attending the teach
rs’ institute at Baker Monday, Tues
ay and Wednesday of this week. The
ties represented at the institute
ere Wallowa, Union and Baker.
Dr. C. F. Hodge, of the Department
f Social Biology, will speak on the
ubject of “Agricultural Education”
night at the Manufacturers' and
,nd Products Show in Portland. To
orrow night, October 30, he is to
peak at Cascade Locks on the subject
f “A Nature Study Course for the
Dr. W. D. Smith, Professor of Ge
logy, will give an illustrated lecture
t Ashland tonight on the subject of
‘The Philippinesc, Our Farthest In
ular Possessions.” He is to give the
ame lecture Friday afternoon at Gold
311, hnd Friday evening at Med
Professor A. . Sweetser, Professor
f Botany, is to give a lecture on
‘Toad Stools” at 3:00 o’clock Friday
the High School students of Har
isburg. At night he will deliver a
lecture at the same place on “Some
icroscopic Friends and Foes of Ev
rey Day Life.” Both lectures will
Prof. F. L. Stetson, of the Depart
ent of Education, is to speak at Co
urg Friday evening on “Some Edu
caional Opportunities for Rural Corn
The Portland Extension classes un
ler Mrs. Mabel Parsons will meet Fri
ay and Saturday evenings at 7:45
n Room B of the Central Library
uilding of Portland.
The class which meets Friday ev
ning is that in Literary Apprecia
;ion. The last time Mrs. Parsons met
his class there were 120 present. The
work of this class is similar to the
work done by the class in Principles
of Appreciation at the University.
The Saturday evening class is a
short tsory class in which 150 regular
students are enrolled. Last week there
were 220 present, many of whom had
to stand during the entire time that
the class was in session. A good many
more turned away, as there was no
The people who attend these classes
are business men and women, college
graduates, lawyers, students, and men
and women of many other occupations
FIRST ISSUE OF COMMUNITY
SCHOOL PAPER IS PUBLISHED
The first issue of “The Mountain
eer,” a paper published and owned by
the teachers and students of the Con
solidated Schools of Alsea, Oregon,
lias been received by the Journalism
It is a community paper, and is de
ovted not only to school news, but
also to all other interests in the Al
Two hundred reporters carry infor
mation to the columns of this paper,
and, a9 its editorial page states, “it
is safe to say that _ this is the largest
active news staff in Oregon.”
Professor Allen, of the local Jour
nalism Department, assisted those in
charge of the publication.
Oregana meeting changed frohi
I* Sunday at 2:30 P. M. to Tuesday
1* evening at 7:30 P. M., Theta
For apy sorority girl to spealt to
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sis-j'istior a: Puller
Profiting by defeat, West Point
turned the Notre Dame system to ac
count by grafting it on its own
cheme of play and defeating the
eng navy eleven, although doped
experts to lose.
MEN’S QUARTET TO SING
THIS EVENING IN PORTLAND
The Men’s Quartet will sing this
evening, opening the evening enter
tainment o with a half-hour program.
Solos-, will be sung by Mr. Sprague
and Mr. Gillette. • •
“Shores of Sighing, sung by Quar
Songs of Araby, Paul Sprague.
The Rosary, Nevin, by Quartet.
Serenade, Buck, by Quartet.
Songs My Mother Taught Me, Dvo
rah, by Albert Gillette.
Just a-Wearyin’ for You, I Love
You Truly, Shadows, sung by Quar
Y.M.G.A. GALLS FOR HELP
Financial Rocks Threaten College Or
ganization With Destruction;
$2,200 Is to be Raised
The University R. M. C. A. is send
ing out S. 0. S. signals to rescue the
association from its lnancial distress.
The situation is not overly serious as
yet, as the budget is only $2,200.00,
as compared with $2,300.00 last year.
This sum, which includes the deficit
of last year, must be raised by sub
scription from the Student Body, the
Faculty, parents and students, alumni
and friends of the association through
out the city and state. In addition to
heir memebrship dues, the students
are expected to contribute $300.00 of
this amount, and the assumption that
they will do this is based on the fact
that the material and financial aid
rendered to students by the associa
tion last year exceeded the budget by
$500.00. The pursuit of the elusive
lucre for this cause will be directed
by Leslie Tooze, Secretary, William
Holt, chairman of the Finance Com
mittee, and Curtis Gardner, of the
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