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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1915)
Pabliahed each Tuesday. Thursday aad
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, ll.M.
Editor-in-Chief....Leland G. Hendricks
Assistant Editor.—Marjorie McGuirs
Managing Editor ...Max Sommir
News Editor _ Wallace Eakio
City Editor__ Leslie Toon
Administration _ Clytie Hall
Assistant __Don Belding
Assistant _ Madge Barry
Dramatics . .Mandell Weiss
Music _ Alice Gram
Sporting Editor .... .Harry Kuck
Assistants—....Floyd Westerfield and
Features_.Lamar Took#, 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
Kdfington, Adrienne Epping, Hazel
Wymore and Sam Bullock.
Easiness Manager. Anthony J*ureguy
Asst. Manager .Floyd Westerfield
Howard McCulloch and Jimmie
_Manager's Phone. 841
KEEPING OUR BALANCE
It can hardly be said with justice
that the play instinct in this Student
Body has been suppressed during the
past few months. Beginning with the'
merriment of April vacation and cul
minating in the festivity of Junior
Week-End, the present spring has
been blithesome, in spite of the rain.
In truth, what with dancing parties,
picnic parties, and other parties, our
thorny diploma-ward pilgrimage has
been made endurable the whole year,
and we would call the late social sea
son one of unusual brilliancy, even
for this college.
Now comes a test of whether we
are capable of developing a real in
terest in serious matters outside the
compulsory precincts of class-room
discussion; an opportunity for a little
action in the head rather than in the
To uttend and follow intelligently
a session of the Commonwealth Con
ference demands some thinking on
our part—a rather painful experiment
for some of us. Nevertheless, it is
time we were learning to do it.
The meetings of the Conference in
the past have proved of great profit
to the students as well as to the state j
at large. The speakers are generally
keen and alive, and they do not come
to hear themselves talk.
There is another aspect of the ques- j
tion, and this is the obligation we owe
the University as well as ourselves.!
The faculty has very generously dis
missed all classes Friday. The least
wo can do is to attend as many hours
of the Conference us we would have
had to spend in the class-room.
OVER THE FENCE
Contrary to previous plans, the
University of California will not send
u track team to tho intercollegiate
championships in New York next
Saturday. It is owing to tho large
number of meets in which the athletes
will compete this year that the de
cision to stay at home was reached.
Howard Drew has announced his
intention of withdrawing from ath
letic competition for a year at least.
He does not even intend to run in the
meets to be held in San Francisco this
summer. What he plans to do after
his temporary retirement he has not
Hill has been slapping two work
outs a day on his track men, and es
pecially those who will enter the con
ference meet. The boys did not even
get to rest last Sunday because no
work was done the day before. Un
dertraining rather than staleness is
what Hill seems to feel is wrong
with his men.
Hill sent his half-milers a pretty
god two laps last night and the sprint
speed and strength with which Nel
son finished was a revelation to the
bleacherites. The “Svediss-man” ran
the distance in two minutes flat on
a muddy, mucky track.
Baseball season is over,
The bludgeons are laid away,
And the mit in the locker corner
Is musty and moulded grey;
The grass on the diamond is growing,
The fellows bum there and here ,
And you hear ’em say, in a wistful
“That’s all right—but wait till next
Tomy Boylen's a Senior,
And does the sprinting you see,
But shouldn’t the “Moose” be “Boy
From the looks of the “Moose’s” knee?
The scribe scribeth long and late
now days trying to fill the holes left
in his “colyum” by the decease of base
They can’t beat the Lemon-Yellow,
Though long they try and train,
For Bill will come back
With the cup in a sack,
And the championship again.
Professor Landsbury is visiting in
the East, spending most of his time
in Chicago and Kansas City. He is
expected home at the end of this
The Department of Music at Sum
mer School this year will be repre
sented by Mr. Lyman, Mr. Landsbury
and Miss Murphy, Miss Forbes, Miss
Hawkins, Miss Fariss and Miss Da
vis. The number is larger than usual,
granting every opportunity in each
department to the newcomers.
A farewell surprise party was given
Dr. Bertha S. Stuart at her home,
G85 Ninth Avenue East, last Thurs
day evening by the girls who are
majoring in the Physical Training de
partment, about twenty of whom were
After the refreshments, which the
girls had brought with them, were
served, a silver loving-cup was pre
sented Dr. Stuart.
Dr. Stugrt, who has been the head
af the department of Physical Educa
tion here for six years will accept a
similar position at Reed College next
Syracuse and Michigan fought for
eleven innings last week, only to have
the game result in a 0-0 tie-score.
The game was postponed until the
next day, when the play was resumed,
This time each side had a little more
success in scoring, but fate still re
mained entirely neutral. Twelve in
nings were played this time for a 2-2
* The annual meeting for the
* nomination of class officers will
* be held tomorrow afternoon at
* 4 o’clock in Dean Straub’s room
* in Villard hall.
* The election will be held next
* Monday, from 1 to 4 p. m., in
* Villard hall.
* Friday evening, a play, “Joy,”
* a comedy in three acts, by Wil
* liam Galsworthy, presented by
* the Guild Players of the Depart
* ment of Public Speaking, 7:00
* Meting of Oregon Club, Wed
* nesday, June 2, 4:00 P. M., Prof.
* Schafer’s room. Election of of
ALMOST A GIFT
- 1 ™ ■■ =
A Gibson Mondolin
and case, both in best
of condition. If you want
this for $12.50, address
P. O. Box 536, and we
will do business
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• EXTENSION LECTURES
. ° •,
The Extension Department of the
University is sending out the follow
ing professors to mpke commence
ment addresses to the different high
Dr. Schafer speaks on “Education
As a Social Adjustment,” at Grants
Pass, Wednesday night.
Professor Dunn, on “The Moral of
.an Arabian Proverb,” at Carlton,
Dr. Rebec speaks at Klamath Falls,
on “Education and the Higher Life
Values,” Friday night.
Professor DeCou speaks on “Choos
ing a Life Work,” at Molalla, Friday
Professor Dunn speaks at Elmira
Mr. Kilpatrick speaks on “A High
School Graduate’s Duty to Society,”
at Coburg and at the Lincoln School
in Eugene, Friday afternoon and ev
* COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM *
* The Commencement program, *
* beginning June 13, is as follows: *
* June 13, Sunday—Baccalaure- *
* ate Sermon, 11:00 A. M. *
* June 14, Monday—Field Day, *
* 2:00 P. M.; Recital School of Mu- *
* sic, 8:00 P. M. *
* June 15, Tuesday—State Alum- *
* nae Association Meeting, Villard *
* Hall, 9:00 A. M.; Alumni Busi- *
* ness Meeting, Villard Hall, 10:00 *
* A. M.; President’s Reception, 3:00 *
v P. M.; Failing-Beekman Oration *
* Contest, 8:00 P. M. *
* June 15, Tuesday—Regular *
* meeting of the Board of Regents, *
‘ President’s Office, Villard Hall. *
* 'June 16, Wednesday—Com- *
* mencement Exercises, 10:00 A. *
* M.; Alumni Banquet, 1:00 P. M.; *
* Alumni Ball, 9:00 P. M. *
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The School Year is About fo Close
Don’t wait ’til you go home, but
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The Emerald has been made
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And the best of service
FOR SALE CHEAP — Second-hand
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condition. Inquire Manager Em
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Remover for removing
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Take a swim with Clean
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dispensable for laundry,
toilet and bath. Ask your
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“The Whole World Knows
The Tortland Rose ”
to the Festival by
Fast Frequent Trains of
the Oregon Electric Ry.
Three Days and Nights of Pageant
ry, Revelry, Music and Flowers
Wednesday, June 9 to Friday, June 11
Grand Electrical Parade Friday eve, June 11
ALL NEW FEATURES
Excursion Ticket Sale June 6 to 11
With Final Return Limit, Monday, June 14
$4.80 from Eugene for Round Trip
R. H. Crozier, A. G. P. A. H. R. Kriight, Agent, Eugene, Ort^,
Stopover at Clatsop Beach en route to o?*from Expositions. New
way to California—North Bank Rail and Ocean Sail
Physicians ° t ^
DR. S. M. KERRON
Class of 1906
Physician and Surges*.
Office 209-210 White Temple.
OLIVE C. WALLER
A. ORVILLE WALLER
416 C. & W. Bldg.
Office Phone 562. Res. Phone tll-B
DR. M. C. HARRIS
Rms. 2 ana 4, C. W. Bldg., Sth A
Willamette Sts., Eugene, Oregon.
DR. WRIGHT B. LBE
306 I. O. 0. P. Tempi#
Johnston’s Candies Nyal Remedies
YOU GET REAL VALUE AT
YERINGTON & ALLENS’
86 9th Av. E.
SHERWIN-MOORE DRUG CO.
. Box Candies, Toilet Goods, _
. Prescription Department __
9 th and Willamette Phone Cl
J. R KUYKENDALL, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 965. Ofiee, Eu
gene Loan & Savings Bank Bldg,
J. B. Anderson, Proprietor
Phone 770 734 Willamette
^ STUDIO DE LUXE
C. A. Lare. Manager
960 Willamette St.
Office Phone 391
Res. Phone 332-Y
THE EUGENE ART STORE
George H. Turner
Pictures^ Picture Framing, Pennants,
Pillows and Armbands
Paine Bldg., 10th and Willamette.
J. A. HILDEBRAND
Repairing and Pressing. 72* Wil
lamette St. Phone 1202.
THE CYCLE* CLUB * ’
Bicycle and Umbrella Repairing,
Safety Razor Blades Sharpened.
Phone 954 836 Oliva
Hair Dressing Farters
Marinello Toilet Articles. Hair
Goods madeto order. Manicuring,
Scalp and Face Treatments. Switch
es made from combings.
Register Bldg., Willamette St., Eu
gene, Oregon. Telephene 1M9.
LET US SAW YOUR WOOD
We’ll do it as you want it done.
WELLS & PATTERSON
On the Campus
476-L or 1565 E. 11th Street.
Staple and Fancy
Vhoae 246--GW. 9th ssiOsk its
Portrait work our specialty
90S Tkirtttnth A ye. East
tobacco Coupons and Tags
Oar biff Dew stock of LlffffCtt St Myers premiums
includes dozens of articles for men, women and chU*
ds«a> Come in and see them. Indies invited.
W. R. WALLACE
The Gbak Cigar Store, Em Orem