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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1915)
FOR FRESHMAN GLEE
KENT WILSON PROMISES NEW
FEATURES FOR THE “HOP’'
“Entirely New Effects,’’ Says Wilson,
Will Bring Many Surprises for
Features in prospect of the Fresh
man Glee dance were hinted at by
Kent Wilson, President of the Fesh
man class. The dance is scheduled
for February 13, in the Men’s Gym
nasium. “There will be the usual mu
sic, refreshments and programs, but
this is to be a ‘regular’ dance, with
several entirely new lighting effects
and surprises,” he said.
The committees, under the charge
of Charles Dundore, will start work
ing on the plans immediately. The
following appointments have been
Decorations—Lloyd Teggart, chair
man; Grace Bingham, Gladys Wili
kins,Jeannette McLaren, Roberta Kil
lam, Dorothy Donnard, Marie Shee
han, Margaret Witousek, Louise Man
ning, Jack Dolph, George Winship,
Antone Goresky, Jake Risley, Glenn
Shockley, Larue Blackaby, Meader
Fletcher, Robert Baker, Bert Peacock,
Roy Orem, Orville Monteith.
Patrons nad Patronesses—George
Davis, chairman; Erma Keithley,
Florence Sherman, Florence Pearce,
Celeste Foulkes, James Powrie, Ar
Progrartls—Laura Jerard, chairman,
Mary Johns, Juanita Wilkins, Edna
Holman, Gladys Colwell, Helen Down
ing, Alva Wilson, Jimmie Sheehy, Er
nest Bills, Edward Gray.
Floor—Ray Couch, chairman; Har
old Tregilgas, Kenneth Moores, Leland
Haines, Charles Huntington.
Features—Ruth Fraley, chairman;
Genevieve Chapin, Alice Bingham,
Jack Montague, Irvin Sutton, Oscar
Electrical Effects-Charles Cran
dall, chairman; Walter Muirhead, Ho
mer Egan, Edgar Garbade, Creston
Maddock, Gordon Clark.
chairman; Beulah Hayes, Sylva Lloyd,
Lucy Powers, Elizabeth Carson, Joe
Hedges, William Vawter, Charles Tis
Music—Grace Reed, chairman; Julia
Platt, Sara Barker, Mary Tischer,
Helen Dresser, Miriam Page, Mignon
Allen, Harry Hargraves, Don Newber
ry, William Snyder, Walter Grebe.
Students in any year of the college
course who expect to teach are re
quested to fill out a card stating the
the subjects at their command. Cards
may be obtained at Professor Shel
don’s office on the second floor of the
Library Building. Students who have
already made out cards in classes
have no further responsibility.
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NEW COURSES PLANNED
Four Will be Added to the Depart
ment of Journalism Next
Four new courses are to be added
to the Department of Journalism next
emester. Three of these are to' be
under Professor Allen, and one under
members of the Portland Ad. Club.
Professor Allen will offer a course
in popular science writing to Seniors
in thp laboratory sciences who are
taking Journalism, if there are three
applicants for such a course. The
class would be limited to five students,
and would consist of the rewriting of
consular reports and of articles in
technical magazines1. It will meet
at 1:00 o’clock on Tuesday for one
semester. Professor Allen will also
conduct a one-hour course in proof
reading. This class will meet at 10:00
o’clock on Tuesday, and will be lim
ited to ten students.
An individual conference will be
held each week with all Seniors ma
joring in PJoumalism. A special as
signment will be given each week, and
an hour’s credit will be given for the
On Fridays at 1:00 o’clock, next se
mester, different mmebers of the Port.1
land Ad Club will lecture to a class
in advertising practice. This class
will also be given assigned readings
and practice work.
The addition of these courses will
bring the number of courses receiving
major credit in the Journalism Depart
ment up to 13. The majority of these
classes are held by the professors in
that department, but through the co
operation of other departments the
number of courses in newspaper work
REGISTRAR EXPECTS 75
T0100 NEW FRESHMEN
Second Semester Schedule Will be
Ready Between January 25 and
30—New Courses Open
From 75 to 100 new Feshmen will
enter the University at the beginning
of the second semester, according to
Registrar A. R. Tiffany.
While several definite courses are
on Mr. Tiffany’s list, not all the sub
jects to be placed on the new sched
ule have been reported by the ma
jor professors. Mr. Tiffany says the
schedule for the second semester will
be ready some time between January
25 and 30. A considerable number of
Comer Ninth and Willamette
courses will be open for the Fresh
men, he says.
The following is a list of the sec
ond semester subjects as far as known
to the Registrar at the present:
Physical Geography, by Prof. W. D.
Smith, and a class in the study of
precious stones by Assistant Profes
sor G. J. Mitchell.
History of Mathematics.
Gjrdek—Homer’s Iliad, Heillenjs/l#c
Greek, Lysias’ Orations, Plato’s Apol.
ogy and Crito, Demosthenes’ DeCoro
na, History of Greek Art, Life of the
Botany—Plant Physiology, Medical
Botany, Econpmic Botany, Phenogam
Chemistry, Electro Chemistry.
German—Teaching of Modem Lan
anguages, Especially German, Henie’s
English—Short Story, History of
English Drama, Study of WSSjliam
Morris, Shakespeare, Browning, Vic
torian Poets, English Prose Writing,
The American Short Story.
Economics—Economic and Social
History of United States, Govern
ment Administration, Pools, Trusts
and Combinations, Socialism and So
cial Reform, Principles of Efficiency.
Practice, Genetic Psychology, Organ
ization of Common School Curricula,
Scientific Method of Study. "
Histojry—fRiecent American Histo
ry, The Middle Ages, Seminary in
Western History, American Diplomat
ic History, Study of Napoleon I.
Latin Languages—Ritchie’s Fabulae
Faciles, Selected Letters from Cicero,
Roman Literature, Roman Philosophy,
Selections from Horace’s Odes, Ter
ence’s Andria, Virgil’s Aeneid, Cae
sar’s Civil War. ; \
Journalism—Popular Science Writ- <
ing, Proof Reading, Advertising Prac
tice, Writing' Course for Senior Ma
French — French Conversation,
Teaching of French and Spanish.
Physics—General Physics, Theory
of Light, Molecular Physics, Teaching
of Physics, Electrical Measurement,
Physical Technics, Sound.
Zoology — Vertebrate Zoology,
Physiology, Mammalian Anatomy,
Study of Birds, Bionomic Problems,
ry, Mental Hygiene.
. Political Science—Constitutional
Law, European Governments, Law of
Officers, Political Theory, Practical
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