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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (March 30, 1915)
Published each Tuesday. Thursday and
Saturday of the college year, by the
Associated Students of the University
Entered at the postofflce at Eugene
as second class matter.
' Subscription rates, per year, $1.00.
Single copies, 5c._
Editor-in-chief.. . Leland G. Hendricks
Assistant Editor....Marjorie McGuire
Managing Editor .—.Max Sommer
News Editor . Wallace Eakin
City Editor ...Leslifl Tooze
Administration --- Clytie Hail
Assistant ...Don Belding
Harry Kuck, Rex Kay and Floyd
Society....- Beatrice Locke
Assistant . Madge Barry
Dramatics . Mandell Weiss
Music ..- Alice Gram
Features .Lamar Tooze, Milton
Stoddard and Edison Marshall.
Alexander Bowen, Irwin Sutton,
Helen Johns, Flawnice Killingsworth,
Louise Allen, Charles Dundore, Leigh
Swinson, Lois Ladd, DeWitt Gilbert,
Helen Currey, Sara Barker, Helen
Downing, Roberta Killam, Gladys Col
well, Kenneth Moores, Mildred Gerig,
Jack Montague, Donald Roberts, Grace
Edgington, Adrienne Epping, Hafcel
Wymore and Sam Bullock._
Business Manager, Anthony Jaureguy
Asst. Manager .Wayne Stater
Howard McCulloch and Jimmie
_Manager’s Phone, 841
A TIMELY WARNING
Now that “spring has came,” and
the mill-race and river furnish an at
tractive laboratory for the study of
numerous subjects, the University au
thorities find it necessary to caution
the students against shooting the rap
ids, and to remind them of the pen
alty attached to that pastime—name
ly, that of expulsion.
Statistics show that lighting a fire
with kerosene, offending a mule be
hind his back, toasting the Kaiser at
an Irish reunion, and other standard
forms of flirting with death are
* scarcely more hazardous than this de
lightful sport of defying the rapids
in a canoe. The danger lies in its
apparent safety; 99 aquatic Beacheys
and Tetzlaffs get away with it, but
the hundredth pays the penalty. Ev
ery year we hear of the capsizing
some “Maid of the Mist” freighted
with venturesome students, and al
though no actual drowning has oc
curred for several years, the close
calls have been numerous enough to
induce caution. In the past, several
students have been drowned in these
Althougr. surh i n accident might be
the means of enshrining the victim !n
the hearts o? his it l)ow-students, m
that it probably would occasion a spe
cial holiduy in college, there are more
healthful ways of winning popular
lavor. From the stunqpoint of com
mon sense, as well as of diplomacy,
it would seem that all the students
may well heed the injunction of the
University authorities und keep out
of the rapids. The rule was passed
not for our oppression, but for our
A NOTABLE OPPORTUNITY
Although tho able speakers who!
come to the University are many, it
is seldom vc have an opportunity to
hear u really distinguished man, and
thrice seldom that of hearing a real
ly distinguished woman. Tho latter
° is offered us in the visit of Mary An
t.'n, Thursday. No one who has rend
her intercom.>; novels, her shoit sto
ries in th“ leading magazines, or her
vivid articles “projecting the present
war from the woman’s viewpoint, will
tare to miss it.
Cleveland Simpkins was a luncheon
guest at the Beta Theta Pi house on
Raymond Archibald, of Albany,
and Jack Taylor, of Corvallis, spent
the week-end at the Beta Theta Pi
Marion Pickens, of Oregon City,
Florence Happersut, of Latl ramie, and
Naomi Wiest, of Portland, were week
end guests at the Chi Omega house.
Earl Tucker, of Portland, Clinton
Purkeypile, Hugo Lundburg and Earl
Hubbard, of Medford, were week-end
guests at the Sigma Nu house.
Professor and Mrs. W. F. G. Thatch
er and Miss Katherine Davis were
dinner guests at the Phi Delta Theta
Doctor Winger was a dinner guest
at the Phi Delta Theta house Friday.
Harold Fitzgibbon was a dinner
guest at the Phi Delta Theta house.
Kappa Alpha Theta entertained Pro
fessor and Mrs. W. F. G. Thatcher!
and daughter, Elizabeth, Clark Bur
gard, Bob Langley and Ed. Simmons
at dinner Sunday.
Mrs. Kronenberg and Miss Fern
DeLong, of Bandon, Oregon, were
week-end guests at the Delta Gamma
Delta Gamma entertained Satur
day afternoon with a reecption hon
oring Dr. Luella Clay Catson, former
ly Dean of Women at the University
of Oregon, and ex-President of Mills
College. Helen Werlein, Mrs.«C. C.
Page, Mrs. P. L. Campbell, Mrs. F. S.
Dunn, Mrs. Margaret Guthrie Hewitt,
Miss Amy Dunn, and Miss Ruth Gup
py composed the receiving line.
A decorative scheme of yellow and
white was carried out in the living
room and dining room. The tea ta
bles were presided over by Mrs. L. E.
Bean, Mrs. Alexander Martin, Mrs.
W. C. Frink, Mrs. W. C. Yoran, Mrs.
W. W. Calkins and Mrs. Christine .
Beals. Over 200 guests called.
Clayton Sharpe has returned to his
home at the Phi Delta Theta house
Monday, after having been in the hos
pital with a severe case of blood poi
soning that resulted from a slight in
jury received during basketball sea
Mr. W. R. McKenzie, of Portland,
was a luncheon guest at the Gamma
Phi Beta house Saturday.
Mr and rMs. Duryea, Dorothy Par
sons, Mr. Earl Tucker, of Portlani,
Mr. Taylor, of Corvallis, Bert Jerard,
George Colton and Herbert Norman
din were dinner guests at the Alpha
Phi house Sunday.
Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained
with an informal dance Saturday
night. The week-end guests from
Portland were:*** Allie Kadderly, Mad
eleine Slotboom, Florence Holmes,
Florence Perelius, Marion Grebel,
Irene Barnes, Francene Miller and
Martha Hart, of Corvallis, spen'.
Sunday at Kappa Kappa Gamma
Howard Long, of Corvallis, spent
the week-end at the Sigma Chi house.
Delta Delta Delta pave a formal
dance Saturday night at the Osburn
Hotel. The guests were: Irene Smith,
Violet Willet, from Corvallis, Ruth
Ralston, Helen Hazeltine, Frances
O’Brien, Marion Pickens, Katherine
Twomey, Lavelle Young, Ruth Con
nell, Jeanne Stevens, Alta Inman,
Dorothy Cooper, Naomi Wiest, Mar
garet Bronaugh, Angeline Neil, Helen
Dunne, of Portland; Florence Happer-j
sett, of LaGrande; Marjorie Roe, of
Junction City; Nora Manerud, Mabel
Manerud, Helen Hall, Rut Montgom
ery, Elaine Brown, Juanita Wilkins,
Kathleen Fraley, Margaret Dixon,
Ada Murphy, of Eugene, Norma
Graves, Ethelind Risley, Vera Red
man, Mabel Kuykendall; Harry pow
ell, Jack Finneran, Meader Fletcher,
Ralph Newland, Walter Kirk, Ralph
Ash, Harold Sexton, Edward Gray,
Bill Burgard, Howard McCulloch,
Tom Campbell, Joe Sheahan, Walter
Amspoker, Bill Snyder, Harold Coch
ran, Bert Jerard, Wayne Stater, Mil
ton Stoddard, Claire Ogle, Earl Bro
naugh, Kenneth Robinson, Bob Earl,
Paul Hendricks, John Elliott, Robert
McMurray, Glenn Shockley, Rex Kay,
Folsom Tallman, David Leche, Carol
Wagner, Jake Risley, Homer Egan,
Ordway Gould, DeWitte Gilbert, Ray
mond Gorman, Bill Tuerck, Aaron
Gould, Maurice Hill, Don Roberts,
Wallace Martin, Millar McGilchrist,
Bert Peacock, Turner Neil, Chari's;
Crandall, Charles Newcastle, Herbert
Normandin, Merlin Batley, Roland
Geary, Bill Vawter, Glenn Dudley, Joe
McLean, Russell Collins, Clifford Mit
chell, Ernest McCowan, Walter Ken
: non, Fred Dunbar.
The patrons and patronesses wer':j
: Miss Pauline Beaded, Dr. Winger, Dr.
and Mrs. Wm, Kuykendall, Professor
end Mrs. Thatcher, Dr. and Mrs. Jas.
| Gilbert, Mozelle Hair, Miss Quiggs,
■ from Portland, Dr. and Mrs. W. M.
The Dorm Club entertained the fol
j lowing at dinner Sunday: Mr. Jak
i way. of Portland; Miss Helen Smith,
j (if Albany. Professor Bennett, Misses
Jessie Purdy, Myra McFarland, Beulah
I Stebno, Nellie Newland, Mary Raker,
| Erma Zimmerman, Hildred Inman,
j Jeanette Kletzing, Helen Ross, Irene
Upleger, Mildred Frye, Hazel Razer,
Bertha White, Adel Frosh, Oladys
Flagg, Coralie Snell, Helen Wetzel,
Margaret Crosby, Madge Humbert,
* The regular monthly class *
* meetings will be held Wednesday *
* of this week at the assembly * |
* hour, instead of the usual time, * !
* which would be Wednesday of * j
* next week. *!
* DR. W. M. SMITH. *!
* . - *|
* The Sophomores will hold an *
* important class meeting Wednes- *1
* day, March 31, at 10:00 o’clock, *
* in McClure Hall, to determine *
* the date of nominations for the *
* positions of editor and manager *
* of the 1916 Oregana. President *
* Joe Sheahan urges every member *
* to be present. *
* . *
* PI SIGMA PHI *
* Announces the election of *
* Robert Prosser. *
* Raymond Stanton. *
* Chandos Castle. *
* Clairel Ogle. *
* Harold Berlin. *
* Walter White. *
* John R. Montague. *
* _ *
* There will be a business meet- *
* ing of the Oregon Club Thurs- *
* day, April 1, at 7:15 P. M., in Pro- *
* fessor Howe’s room. Captains of *
* the baseball and track teams will *
* be elected at this time.
* PRESIDENT. 4
are fast in color
and steadfast in
Cluett, Peabody & Co., Ino. Makers
II Will ei«k Him Where Ni Martal Ci
covcrinf all classes of buaincat. profcMiom, trade*
or individuals. Send for our complete catalof show
inf uatioial count oa 7.000 classifications. Alao
special prices oa fac simile letters.
411H N. 9tfa St. ST. LOUIS
and Tags Redeemed
Full vnlue. See out atock ol premium*. You’ll
realise it pay. to *a*e Liggett *Myera Coupons
end Tegi. Ladles specially Invited.
W. R. WALLACE
The Obak Cigar Store
Staple and Fancy
Thone 246-Cor.Bih andOak Sts
Don’t forget we have
a Special Sale every
Friday and Saturday
Selecting your Spring
suit or hat is a pleas
ure if you come here.
Chesterfield and So
ciety Brand Clothes
are best for College
men because of their
dignified yet classy
r ’ l f k); l 'T >
Two World Expositions
Deduced fare round trip tickets, permitting stop
overs at all points in either direction, to the Panama
Pacific International Exposition, San Francisco, and
to the Panama California Exposition, San Diego,
on sale every day to November jo.
Scenic Shasta Route
THREE FINE TRAINS DAILY
Shasta Limited San Francisco Express California Express
Stop-overs on One Way Tickets
Ten days’ stop-over will be allowed at San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles on one way tickets sold to
Eastern Cities when routed via the Southern Pacific.
“California and It’s Two World Expositions”
A new booklet describing the trip from Portland to SanDeigo inc
luding the two Expositions the scenic beauties of Oregon the Siskiyous
and Shasta Mountains, SanF rancisco, the beach and outing resorts
of California, the San Joaquin Valley tnd Yosemite National Park,
free on application to nearest Agent.
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland, Oregon
Chorus of lOOTrainedVoices
Under the direction of Ralph H. Ionian
Theo. Karl Johnston
Wednesday, March 31, 8:15 P. M.
25 Pieces—University Orchestra—25 Pieces
Miss Forbes, Director
" “ * DR. S. M KERRON '
Clan of 1906
Physician and Surges..
Office 209-210 White Temple.
OLIVE C. WALLER
A. ORVILLE WALLER
416 C. & W. Bldg. Phone 196.
J. E. KUYKENDALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
! Residence Phone 965. Office, Eu
gene Loan A Sayings Bank Bldg,
Office Phone 552. Res. Phone 611-R
DR. M. C. HARRIS
Rms. 2 and 4, C. W. Bldg, 8th A
Willamette Sts, Eugene, Oregon.
For non-deliyery of your Emer
ald, call 944.
DR. WRIGHT B. LEX
Phone 42. 306 I. O. O. F. Temple
Johnston’s Candies Nyal Remedies
YOU GET REAL VALUE AT
YERINGTON A ALLENS’
86 9th At. E. Phone Ml
SHERWIN-MOORH DRUG CO.
. Box Candies, Toilet Goods, _
-. Prescription Department _
9 th and Willamette Phone it
J. B. Anderson, Proprietor
Phone 770 734 Willamette
STUDIO DB LUXE
C. A. Lare, Manager
960 Willamette St. Phone 1171
Office Phone 391 Res. Phone 332-Y
THE EUGENE ART STORE
George H. Turner
Pictures, Picture Framing, Pennants,
Allows and Armbands
Paine Bldg., 10th and Willamette.
Phone 1062. *
LEE M. TRAVIS
Office over Loan and Savings Bank.
J. A. HILDEBRAND
Repairing and Pressing. 720 Wil
lamette St Phone 1202.
A. M. NEWMAN
Cleaning and Pressing
Over Savoy Theatre
CLEANING AND PRESSING
A. W. COOK
Suit Pressed, 60c. Cleaned and
Phone 592. 89 7th Av. E
TYPEWRITERS—All makes sold,
rented and repaired. Oregon Type,
writer Company, 316 C. & W. Bldg,
THE CLUB SHINE SHOP
First Class Ladies' and Gents’ Shoe
O’BRIEN MATTRESS AND
Mattresses made to order.
379 E. 8th St Phone 299
^ THE CYCLE CLUB ^
Bicycle and Umbrella Repairing,
Safety Razor Blades Sharpened.
Phone 954 836 Olive
EUGENE CRISP CO.
R. R. Mantor, Manager
Hot Coffee and Sandwiches. Whole
sale and Retail.
P. O. Box 184. Phone 394-L. Op
posite Rex Theater, Eugene, Oregon.
Hair Dressing Parlors
Marinello Toilet Articles. Hair
Goods madeto order. Manicuring,
Scalp and Face Treatments. Switch
es made from combings.
Register Bldg., Willamette St, Em
‘ gene, Oregon. Telephone 1009.