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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1914)
Published each Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday of the college year, by
the Asociated Students of the Uni
versity of Oregon.
Entered at the postoffice at Eugene
as second -class matter.
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* Single copies, 5c.
Editor-in-chief.Leland G. Hendricks
Assistant Editor....Marjorie McGuire
Managing Editor . Max Sommer
News Editor .Wallace Eakin
City Editor...Leslie Tooze
Administration .Harold Hamstreet
Music ..Edith Rogers
Sports .Harry Kuck, Cyrus
Sweek, Rex Kay, Floyd Westerfield
Sbciety . Beatrice Locke
Dramatics . Mandell Weiss
Exchange ..Rita Fraley
Features .Lamar Tooze, Milton
Stoddard and Edison Marshall
City Editor’s Staff
Don Belding, Clytie Hall, Alexan
der Bowen, Irwin Sutton, Helen Johns,
Flawnice KiRingsworth, Louise Al
len, Margaret Stauffer, Charles Dun
dore, Leigh Swinson, Lois Ladd, De
Witt Gilbert, Helen Curry, Sara Bar
ker, Helen Downing, Roberta Killam,
Gladys Colwell, Charles Castle, How
ard Hall, Clinton Thienes, A. L. Bost
wick and Kenneth Moores.
Bwrinem Manager....Anthony Jaureguy
Asst. Mgr., .—.Frank H. Johnson
Collections .H. M. Gilfilen
Circulation Mgr.Ernest Watkins
Manager’s Phone, 841
MUCKERISM IN COLLEGE JOUR
Thus far the present football sea
son in the Nothwest Conference has
been marked by clean, hard playing
on the part of the teams themselves.
It has been marred by the undignified
and unsportsmanlike attacks on rival
players and coaches by certain of the
It is both the right and duty of such
a publication to do everything within
its power toward the encouragement
of its team and rooters, both before
and after a game. And should the
team be defeated, it is the privilege
of that paper to assuage the grief of
the rooters with appropriate alibis,
whether or not it expects the general
public to believe them.
But this does not mean that any
college publication is justified in
printing petty personalities and inu
endos directed at rival teams. And
this, we regret to say, is what some
of our contemporaries have done.
Even if such statements are true—
and generally they are lies—they re
flect nothing but shame on the paper
making them, and the Student Body
No amount of whining after a de
feat will change the score, anyway.
And mud-slinging before the game
does not make better fighters of the
team and rooters—its only possible
effect is to fill them with a vindic
tive spirit which has nothing in com
mon with the spirit that wins games.
These are the tactics of the alley
gang. After all, they work no great
amount of damage to anyone except
their authors. No college can af
ford to allow some scribe with more
ink than brains at his disposal to dis
credit with the Northwest public by
Inasmuch as the team and officials
of the University of Oregon have
come in for their share of the abuse,
the Emerald has been asked why it i
does not make some defense or reply. [
There is only one thing we would con-1
sider more unbecoming than to heed
such attacks, and that would be to
indulge in them ourselves, either to
embitter our own readers or to pal-1
liate defeat. Our hope is that Ore-1
gon teams and Oregon students will
continue to accept victory without
swaggering, and defeat without1
All of which we say to whom it
may concern in a spirit of friendli
ness. There is no greater obligation
of a college paper than that of in
culcating good sportsmanship in its
Student Body. We ask our contem-,
ppraries throughout the Northwest
to co-operate with us from this time
forward in promoting more harmoni-!
ous and gentlemanly athletic rela
tions among the conference colleges.
Frances Dunbar is spending a few
days at the Gamma Phi Beta house
visiting “her sister, Dofethy. 0 °
Mrs. Lloyd Leslie, of Portland, was
a dinner guest at the Kappa Kappa
Gamma house Sunday.
Mu Phi Epsilon announces the
pledging of Ruth McClean, of Spo
Catharine Carson, Eva Brock, Hel
en McCornack, Flawnice Killings
worth, Sara Barker and Mignon Al
len were Sunday dinner guests at the
Kappa Sigma house.
Mrs. Homer Watts, of Athena, Or
egon, was a week-end guest at the
Chi Omega house.
Sigma Nu entertained the active
members of Delta Delta Delta with
an hour of dancing Saturday evening.
William Hush, of Portland, was a
week-end guest at the Beta Theta Pi
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Goodrich, Doctor and
Mrs. Sezzette arron, and Mrs. Homer
Watts, of Athena, Oregon, were din
ner guests at the Sigma Nu house on
John Beckett is confined to his room
with an attack of tonsilitis.
Mrs. Homer Watts was a luncheon
guest at the Kappa Alpha Theta
house on Monday.
Delta Tau Delta entertained with
a dance at their house Saturday night.
The atmosphere of fall was carried
out in the decorations, by means of
autumn leaves, ivy and winter flow
ers. Mrs. Alfred Skei, Mrs. S. E.
Scaiefe and Mrs. M. E. Watson were
Delta Tau Delta entertained Delta
Delta Delta from seven to eight Fri
Willard Cole and Raymond Glatt,
ex-’17, are spending a few days at
the Delta Tau Delta house.
Emmett Rathbun and Raymond
Sweeney were dinner guests Thurs
day at the Delta Tau Deleta house.
Charles Collier was a luncheon
guest at the Delta Tau Delta house.
Earl Kilpatrick, Secretary of the
Alumni Association and a member of
the Extension Bureau faculty, left
Sunday for a two weeks’ tour of
Southern Oregon towns. Mr. Kilpat
rick is making the trip in the inter
ests of both the organizations he rep
DOUGLASS ON CHURCH UNION
AT ROUND TABLE TONIGHT
“Church Union” will be the subject
on which M. II. Douglass, the Univer
sity Librarian, will read at the reg
ular monthly meeting of the Round
Table tonight at the Hotel Osburn.
Tho meeting, as heretofore, will be
gin with a banquet.
The Round Table is an organization
with a limited membership of fifty, of
whom half are from the campus, aiyi
half from the town. All the active
members must be college graduates.
The Round Table is in its third year.
Wholaaale and Retail Dealtra la
BYE-BYE, PESKY FLY!
No Jfore Will( the Dipterous Insect j
Infest the City of Eugene;
0 “In Pace Resquiat!”
It is the plan of Dr. C. F. Hodge
to carry on an extensive “Swat the
Fly” campaign in the City of Eu
egne next spring, as well as to re
vise to some extent the bulletins post
ed last year by the State of Oregon.
At the beginning of next semester
a committee of about 12 Eugene sta.
dents in the Social Biology class will
be appointed by Dr. Hodge to organ
ize with the High Schol and grades
to complete and perfect a “Swat the
Fly” campaign. Little of the cam
paign work was done last year, and
as a consequence it will be carried out
The Social Biology Department this
year number 75, which is the largest
ever registered in this department.
GALE BANDY TO RETURN TO
HAYWARD S FOLD FOR TRACK
Gale Bandy, a member of last year’s
track team, will return to the Univer
sity of Oregon the second semester.
Such was the word received at the
Beta Theta Pi house this week.
Bandy has been working in Los An
geles for the last few months and he
decided to re-eniter the University
only recently. Last year Bandy was
handicapped by an injured knee, but
it is said that the old ailment has
gone and that the old fight is coming
The subject’s chief claim to fame is
his Pacific Coast Interscholastic rec
ord in the high sticks. He has also
equaled the national record in the
same stunt as a “prepper.”
With Bandy, Muirhead, Fee and
Hamstreet in the hurdles, stock in the
Oregon track team will probably be
quoted soon as “above par.”
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Final return limit November 30
ROUND TRIP FARES
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Between Eugene and Salem .$2.80
Corresponding low fares between other points.
Superior Train Service
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