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Til iimni Section
Fenton Blc^, Portland.
Earl Kilpatrick, ’09, 1253 Ferry St,
PHI BETA KAPPA
Alumni will be grad to learn that
efforts are being directed toward se
curing a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa
for the University of Oregon.
We may have our opinions pro ajid
con as to the advisability of the de
velopmient of the fraternity systeirf,
but there can be no disagreement as
to the beneficial effect of. Phi "Beta
iSippa upon the tone of scholarship
in a college.
Letters sent recently to Universi
ties in which alumni of the Univer
sity of Oregon have done graduate
work, have brought replies which in
dicate’ that the standard of scholar
ship at Oregon is indeed high. No
influence is, howlever, to be neglected,
which, by any possibility, will make
OREGON ALUMNA PRESIDES
FOR Y. W. C. A. AT P. P. L E.
Exposition Grounds, Nan Francisco
(Special to the Alumni Section)—Miss
Florence Cleveland, ’13, is represent
ing the Y. W. C. A. of the Northwest
at the Exposition/ In the commodious
®nd tasteful building erected and
maintained by the Young Women's
Christian Association for the comfort
of Exposition visitors and for diffus
ing knowledge as to the purpose of'
the organization, the information
booth is the natural center. At this
point Miss Cleveland is stationed,
charged with the duty of answering
thousands of miscellaneous questions
Miss Cleveland has been in secre
tarial work since graduation. Quite
recently she has been on the staff of
the Seattle Association.
C. N. McARTHUR REPRESENTS
OREGON IN U. S. CONGRESS
C. N. McArthur, ’01, is now Con
gressman from Oregon. He took of
fice last Thursday, March 4, although
he will probably not go to Washing
ton until next fall.
McArthur was the first editor of
the college paper, which is now the
Oregon Emerald. He was instrumen
tal in the organization of the first
track team at the University, and for
some years was referred to by stu
dents as the “Father of Athletics at
McArthur has served two terms in
the Oregon legislature. He is a prac
ticing lawyer in Portland.
KLAMATH FALLS HAS SIX
ACTIVE UNIVERSITY ALUMNI
Klamath Falls (Special to Alumni
Section)—Klamath County has many
former students of the University of
Oregon. Six graduates are among the
number. They are:
^Vernon T. Motschenbacher, ’14,
teaching Klamath County H. S.
Andrew M. Collier, B. A. 1913, bank
ing, Klamath Falls.
D. V. Kuykendall, B. A. 1898, law
yer, 32 California Ave., Klamath Falls.
■Elizabeth Paige Lewis, B. A. 1913,
Harold C. Merryman, LL. B. 1911,
B> A. 1909, lawyer Klamath Falls.
George Noland, M. A. 1885, B. A.
1882, B. S. 180, lawyer, Klamath Falls.
Miss Rachel Applegate, ’12, is at
home in this county, but is at present
in Roseburg, where she is teaching in
the high school.
Olin Arnspiger, ’08, is prominently
connected with municipal affairs in
fljMedford. He successfully occupies
the offices of city engineer, electrical
inspector, and superintendent of city
MY BUSINESS IS
FIXING SHOES RIGHT
Jim“The Shoe Doctor"
LANE HIS MINI GRIDS
List Is Given of Those in Lane Coun
ty Outside of the City of Eu
According to thte Aldmni” Register,
revised as fully as. information-has
reached the "Secretary, the .following
alumni, exclusive of. the .'class of 1!U4,
live in Lane County,', outside -ol Eu
gene. Corrections, and., additions- will
be thankfully receiyed.. ’ .. .
Will'Grimes,’B. S;-1898i fc-Ej D, 1,
Box 7, Harrisbufg, ‘Oregon. , * .
Edith S. Beebe, R.A. 1910, teacher,
Ernest- J. Bertsch, B. A. 1908, farm
ing, R. F. D. -2, Springfield.
.Verena-filhck, B. A. 1913, principal
of high, school, Crow, Oregon.
Walter 1*. Carroll, B. S. 1903, phar
macist, Junction City.
Hqgh P. Currin, E. E. 1912, Cottage
= Grove, Oregon.
Lula Wynne Currin, B. A. 1904, high
school teacher, Cottage Grove, Ore
Pansy B. Beebe Davidson, Bl A.
1912, R. F. D. 2, Shedd, Oregon.
William A. Dill. B. A. 1908, editor
Lane County News, Springfield.
Nellie Foshay Douglas (Mrs.), B.
A. 1906, at home, Springfield.
John M. Edmunson, B. A. 1896, far
mer, Goshen, Oregon.
Chas. K. Hale, B. S. 1880, farmer,
Grace Martha Hartley, B. A. 1913,
assistant principal in high school, Al
sea, Oregon. •
Nellie H. Hemenway, B. A. 1913,
journalist, 300 N. Douglas St., Cot
Ora Read Hemenway (Mrs.), B. S.
1897; B. O. Bible University; at home
Oscar E. Hemenway, M. A. 1901,
B. A. 1900, photographer, Box 66,
John J. Kestly, B. S. 1911, civil
engineer, Wise Villa, Walton, Ore
Mabel Joy Lane, B. A. 1912, asst,
cashier in First National Bank, Har
Edgar E. Martin, B. S. 1913, civil
engineer, Springfield, Oregon.
Mary Alice McFarland, B. A. 1913,
teaching, Shedd, Oregon.
Lela T. McPherson, B. A. 1910,
high school teacher, Springfield.
Verna Sharp Millican (Mrs.), B.
A. 1896, at home, Walterville.
Leon C. Parks,' B. S. 1911, local
manager of Light & Power Co., Junc
David C. Pickett, B. A. 1913, teach
Kirkman Kenson Robinson, Ph. D.
Clark University 1913, B. A. 1907,
M. A. 1908, Wilderville.
James A. Ryder, B. S. 1913, civil
engineer, Crow, Oregon.
Zola Grimes Sorenson (Mrs.), B.
S. 1899, at home, Harrisburg.
Belle Va.'Duyn Stafford (Mrs.), B.
A. 1908, R. F. D. 2, Junction City.
Lincoln Taylor, B. S. 1890, civil en
gineer and contractor, 1112 S. 6th St.,
Herman C. Tschanz, B. A. 1913,
teacher, Coburg, Oregon.
Laurie Shannon VanValzah, B. A.
| 1910, medical student, Springfield.
Claude B. Washburne, B. S. 1913,
assistant cashier First National Bank,
Elizabeth Woods, B. A. 1905, M. A.
1910, fellow in psychology, Clark Uni
versity, 744 St. Helens Court, Cot
Joseph E. Young, B. A. 1892, law
yer, Pacific IJjghway, Cottage Grove.
HOMER WATTS, AFTER 12
YEARS, REVISITS CAMPUS
• m m •
. Isomer I.°Watts, ’03, Mayor of Athe
pa, *and t^ie leading lawyer of that
eity“, got back to the campus for a few
days last week. Mr. Watts has been
so 'jJjigy fgr twelve years that Hie has
ilot hacf time to visit the University.
Finally he da". Med “that Athena would
have to,do without its chief officei
long enotign to permit him to see what
the carpent'jra l.aVe doye to Deadj
llaiL • . °
Mr. Watts was captdin of the Ore
gon football team in 1902. He has
not lost his interest in athletics. One
of his first stops aftef arriving in Eu
gene was at the gymnasium.
* CHANGE YOUR DIRECTORY •
Irvin Rolfe, *13, has gone to Har
lem, Montana to locate on a farm.
Oscar Furuset, '08, has been vis
iting his parents near Springfield. He
has returned to Portland, where he
is engaged in the practice of law.
Mrs. Herbert T. Condon, of Seattle,
Mrs. Harvard C. Moore, of Portland,
and Mrs. C. C. McCornack, of the
Philippine Islands, have been enjoy
ing a family reunion at the home of
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Wilkins, of Eugene.
Pianos and Expert
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Official Piano Tuner
University School of Music
986 Willamette Phone 899
for every occasion.
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at the EUGENE THEATRE
Thursday, March tlth
Tickets on sate Wednes., March 10, 10 a. m.
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Your special atten
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showing of American
fabrics in plaid, small
checks and tartans.
“Things Men and Boys Wear”
TO THE STUDENTS
75 Eighth Avenue We*
-Eugene Theatre, Friday, March 12