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TENNIS AM HOCKEY
ONLY MATCH GAMES
Conflicts in U. 0. and 0. A. C.
Schedules of Women
TENNIS OUTLOOK IS BRIGHT
New Material Among Women
May Make Old Members
Owing to conflicts in the schedule
of bports in the O. A. C. and lT. of O.
departments of Physical Training,
the only match games to be held be
tween these colleges this-season will
b«- in tennis and hockey.
Two matches in hockey will be
staged early in November, one at
O. A. C. and a return game here on
the local field. In case of a tie it
is probable that a third game will
The tennis outlook is especially
bright. All of the old players have
returned. Several new devotees of
the game have already signed up in
the Tennis club. It is predicted that
Adrienne Epping and Frances Baker,
the holders of last years tennis
championship here will have to look
to their laurels to withstand some
of the new candidates contending for
that position. The tennis match
with O. A. C. will be held at Eugene
some time in October.
Miss Thompson, director of Ath
letics here, in an interview today
said that other the -sports, archery,
baseball, golf and canoeing, will be
carried on more or less as practice
work this fall, with the idea of play
ing off Inter-class games In the
spring for the different class tro
phies. Basketball, however, will be
regarded as a semi-winter sport and
will be taken up as soon as the
weather is too inclement for outdoor
activities. No match games will be
played thla year on arc I nt of lack
of organization In this activity at
tho present time. It la hoped to
nvake basketball an intercollegiate
sport next year.
HAS NEW QUARTERS
The School'of Music, with a faculty
of It: teachers, two of whom are
new, opened this year In new quar
ters, the entire Civil Engineering
building having been given over to
'Pile total enrollment of students
in this department up to date num
bers GO, mostly Freshmen, but Pro
fessor Lyman, dean of the School of
Music, is expecting double that num
ber. The department has secured
Mrs. Jane S, Thacher as Instructor
in piano. Mrs. Thacher, who is the
wife of Professor Thacher of the
English department, studied with the
l>est teachers in Chicago an'i for two
years abroad In Vienna, under l-es
Cnlversity of Washington. More
than LMH) students whose hearts were
set on tho study of Spanish at the
University this year, have been de
nied admission to tho already over
erowded classes. The amazing growth
of Interest in Spanish is attributed
to Increased trade opportunities in
South America, an i thi* Cniversity's
inability to cope with the situation
is blamed on a depleted exchequer.
University of Washington Nine
teen hundred and eighty-one students
wore enrolled at the Stall- Univer
sity during the first three days of
registration last Despite tills
showing, officials of the University
believe that the total attendance for
the year will lie lower than that
of 1914-1 «i.
Former President of the United
States William Howard Taft. spoke
at 10:1 f. Tuesday, September 14, in
tile font ball bleachers, to members
of the University of California and
the public, on the subject, "Our In
ternational Uelatiou ships.”
Only 4f* per cent of tlie entering
ela-s of Stanford University passed
Die matriculation examination this
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Corner 9th and Willamette
DOLLAR DAY SPECIAL
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Loose Leaf Note Hooks
Sold on DOLLAR DAY
(Continued from page one1
Announcements have been made to
the squad to this effect and also at
the stag mix last night. A schedule
will be provided every year for the
Freshmen, which will include several
trips. Many Freshmen come to col
lege with a smattering of football
knowledge and are not educated to
a Varsity standard. This plan will
give them a chance to make Varsity
material out of themselves.
SCRUB GAME SHOWS
(Continued from page one)
:aptaln, is to blow in from Portland
this morning. With Johnny will
come a lot of “pep,” because the
backfleld men will have to get in
and show additional class to retain
their present positions. The great
halfback and all-northwest selection
for the past two years, will greatly
strengthen the team.
No one knows of the whereabouts
of Sam Cook, but everyone is hoping
to see the big all-northwest giant
move his ranger station to this vicin
ity and camp hereabouts for another
f' ANNOUNCEMENTS *
Women Delight in Tank.
The swimming pool in the men’s
gymnasium is one of the most popu
lar of the University’s adjuncts with
the women these warm Monday after
noons. Yesterday from two until
six a steady stream of bathers in
vaded the watery sanctum In Hay
ward hall, sacred to the use of man
the remainder of the week. The
percentage of women able to swim Is
over 30 per cent higher tills year
than last, according to Miss Harriet
Thompson of the Women's Physical
Department. It is estimated that
about 75 girls learned to swim in the
University tank last spring.
New Courses in Economics.
A new course is open in Economics
and Sociology, including: Charities
and Corrections. Poverty, Causes of
Feeblemindedness, Insanity and
Methods of Amelioration. Principles
of Economics or Elements of Soci
ology are prerequisites for this
course. Classes are Mondays. Wed
nesdays and Fridays tit !• o'clock, in
Koom 11, Library, under Dr. Robbins.
Classes Open to Freshmen.
The following courses in the Ar
chitectural Drawing Department are
open to Freshmen: Mechanical Draw
ing, Descriptive Geometry. Domestic
Architecture, Specifications and Ge
ology of HulKlIng Materials..
More school books are desired by
the Y. M. C. A. Book Exchange. The
exchange has many calls for books
which it Is not able to fill.
Meeting for Fall Track.
There will Ik* a track meeting in
the Gymnasium office, Tuesday after
noon. at ^o'clock, for all those who
are turning out for fall work.
Mr. L. H. Johnson, Dr D. W. Mor
ton and Mr. E. \V. Alien were the
guests of Mr. A. R. Tiffany at his
ranch on the Mackenzie. Sunday
Patriot and the
featuring Margaret Snow
and James Cruze
The Soul of a Woman
Presenting Emily Stevens
Miss Julia Dean
In “Judge Not”
UNITED STATES EXPERT
MAKES SURVEY OF U.
Dr. Capen, representative of the
United States department of educa
tion, who is now making a survey
of the University, says lie plans to
leave Friday evening and hopes to
have completed his work before that
time. As to the results of his la
bors, he says he has consistently re
fused to make any statement to any
Hockey is being played by the wo
men of the University of California
for the first time this fall. Already
two inter-class games have been
played this fall.
* CAMPUS NOTES ’|
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A copy of the Philadelphia Cou
ier of November 12, 1836, and' a copy
of tlie Daily Evansville Journal, of
Indiana, dated May 13, 1863, have
been added to the museum of old
and new newspaper relics in the jour
nalistic riKim in McClure.
lK'lta Gamma entertained Satur
day evening with an informal dance
in honor of Beatrice Thurston, Grayce
Sage, Myrtle Cowan, Helen Brown,
Dorothy Dunn and Caroline Alex
The patronesses of Delta Gamma
were hostesses Wednesday to the so
rority and its guests at the Country
club. A luncheon was served and
Mrs. Coleman, of Portland, was a
luncheon guest Monday at the Kappa
Alpha Theta house. 0
■Miss Barbara Nachtrteb. the Alpha
Phi visiting delegate, was a dinner
guest of Kappa Alpha Theta on Mon
day. Miss Nachtrieb is a graduate
law student of Berkeley.
Mrs. Pollfka. a sister of Mrs. Ban
croft, is visiting at Mary Spiller hall.
Friday afternoon Gamma Phi Be
ta gave a tallyhoe picnic at Young's
Alpha Phi entertained Saturday
evening with au Informal dance in
honor of the new pledges.
Saturday evening Delta Delta Del- '
ta entertained in houor of the new
Don’t Forget “Dollar Day’’
We are going to offer some mighty attract
ive bargains in snappy up-to-date Merchan
dise for ONE DOLLAR. This will be an
opportunity for you to lay in a Winter’s sup
ply of lots of articles you will need. It will
pay you to investigate.
New Suits for Men
We have just received a new shipment of young fellows’ suits that every
man in college should see, whether he is contemplating a purchase or not,
they are the very essence of style and service and are moderately priced
from $15.00 to $30.00—We are showing some
Exceptional Values at $18, $20, $22.50
And early start will make your
year’s work easy. Get started
Satisfaction is guaranteed.
C. B. Corbitt, Campus Agent.
“A personal interest taken in
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Phone Corbitt 565
pledges. Miss Upleger was the pat
roness in the absence of Miss R.
Louise Pitch, who will be the Delta
Delta Delta house mother this year.
Miss Maurene McAdams, of Port
land, and Miss Bess Cowden, of Sil
verton, returned home Sunday.
Phi Beta Phi entertained with °an
informal dance Saturday evening in
honor of their pledges. o
The Gammi Phi Beta pledges were
entertained by the seniors of the
house Saturday evening with an in
Delta Delta Delta gave a picnic
Friday evening, at College Crest.
Friday evening Mrs. Bancroft en
tertained the Mary Splller girls with
a dinner at her bungalow on College
Crest. Marshmallows and corn were
roasted over a bonfire.
Marjory Cogswell, ’15, and Tom
Donaca. '15, were married Septem
ber IS. in Portland. Mrs. Donaca
s a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma
ind Mr Donaca is a Phi Delta Theta,
rhev will make their home in a svth
»rb of Portlaud.
7:15, 9:00 p. m.
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A BIG SHOW AT PORTLAND PRICES
Remember, you are going to see a full Empress Vaudeville
Show, not a show of two acts, but a show of six big acts, the
same full bill that played in Portland all last week. A big show
at Portland prices.
FOR SALE—Royal Typewriter, near
ly new. a bargain. At Scotch
Woolen Mills. 6.'>7 Willamette.
Walter Whittlesey. ’01, who is
with the American Bell Telephone
company in New York, was a com
mencement guest. He was accom- j
panied to Eugene by his sister. Miss \
Mildred Whittlesey, ’13. of Portland. ;
Pearl Riegard, ex ’IS, a member
of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority,
married Mr. Roy Shotwell, of Iowa,
during the latter part of August. ]
Mrs. Shot well’s former home was in
Marshfield, Oregon, but her new ad
dress is l>es Moines, Iowa.
The U. of O.
The only one in Eugene adver
tised in the E. H. S. Annual for
'15 and T6. also in the Oregana.
The best of Barber supplies for
sale here. Such as razors, hones,
strops, tonics, hair and leather
brushes, razors honed 25£;
hair cutting has never drooped
it’s always been 25£. Your
patronage is kindly solicited
575 E. 13th Ave. Eugene.