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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1915)
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Enterprise Will Be Directed By
Students, If Accepted;
Faculty Is Favorable.
“A definite plan for a co-operative
store on the campus is now formulat
ed, all but the details,” sni i Chester
Miller, chairman of the committee
that is considering such a store at
If the plans are accepted the book
store will be taken over, and the
commerce department, will use the
store somewhat as a laboratory and
audit all accounts.n Beside books,
athletic goods, paper and student
supplies and sundries in general
would be handled.
The report of the committee, made
up of Chester Miller, Louise Bailey
and Fred Kiddle, was given to the
student council Wednesday evening.
This body extended the committee to
investigate further concerning the
cost of running such a store and plans
for financing it.
“Last year the student co-operative
store at Wisconsin declared dividends
of 22 per cent trade and 1 r> per cent
cash. Most of the progressive insti
tutions have such stores,” Mr. Miller
told the council.
“If our plans are accepted the As
sociated students will take charge of
the enterprise until It gets on its feet,
then it will be turned over to the
share-holders who will run it inde
pendently,” he said. "As in a cor
poration the members will elect di
rectors and the directors elect a
Mr. Miller thought the manager
would probably not he a student, ns
lie must be able to devote all his time
to this work.
If the council acts favorably on the
proposition it will bo necessary to
have a special student body meeting
to vote on it.
Members of the faculty and of the
committee met together Monday. La
mar Tooze represented the student
council. Whether the time Is ripe
for such a store to be established
here, and means of raising the neces
sary capital were discussed. Those
present from the faculty were: Pres
ident Campbell and Professors Cas
well, Allen and Morton.
“The faculty are very favorable,
and are willing to hack us up,” said
the chairman of the committee. He
said lie would rather not give out
plans for raising capital until a later
MORE “ADS" IS AIM
OF S1UDENT COUNCIL
Emerald and Oregana Is Point
at Issue. Other Matters
to Be Discussed.
How to increase the advertising In
the Kmerald and Oregana will he
the principal tjuoBUon to he consid
ered hy the student eouneil Wednes
day, according to Lamar Tooze. pres
ident of the student body.
10very house manager is expected
to he present at that meeting, ldsls
of merehants who advertise in the
University publications will lie pre
pared and distributed. All students
will be urged to support these nter
chants, and. when they buy. to let
it be known where they saw the ad
The final report of the co-opera
tive store committee will probably Is
The establlsment of a bank on the
campus, and military training will
be discussed. If there In time, the
subject of campus over-organization
will be taken up, said Tooze
A committee has been appointed to
have charge of re arranging the con
stitution of the student body in log
leal form, with regard to the amend
mentis recently passed. The mem
bers of this committee are: Floyd
Dawson, Max Sommer. Louisa Hailey.
Boswell Avison, Kva Brock. Fred
Dunbar, Anson Cornell, and llita
ILLNESS PREVENTS PLAY.
POSTPONED FOR NOV. 5-6
Interpretative Dancing and Character
Make-Up Added to Dramatic
Owing to the sudden illness of
Professor Reddie, “What the Public
Wants,” which was to have been
presented this week, has been post
poned to November 5 and 6.
Professor Reddie has been suffer
ing from a severe cold all week, and
despite this fact, he and the other
members of the cast have been work
ing day and night to make a new
set of scenery for act 3 of the play.
On Tuesday morning Mr. Callison
was obliged to give up his part as
leading man, on account of his heavy
work in other courses, and it was
necessary for Professor Reddie to as
sume tho role.
Classes in interpretative dancing
and plain and character make-up
have been planned as additional
courses in Professor Reddle’s de
partment. Professor Roswell Dosch
of the art department, has studied
interpretative dancing in Paris, and
will take charge of this work. The
students are interested in this
course, and it Is hoped that the work
can be started within the next two
weeks. Professor Reddie and Mrs.
Id. S. Itytes will have charge of the
u. s. on to mu
TO COMMERCIAL CLUB
E. F. Trefz, Field Secretary of
U. S. Chamber of Commerce,
to Be in Eugene Nov. 3.
Edward F. Trefz, field secretary
of the Chamber of Commerce of the
United States, will be the guest of
the Eugene Commercial club at a din
ner Tuesday evening, oveinber 3, and
will speak on some phases of com
It was the intention to have Mr.
Trefz speak to the school of com
merce of Hie University, but owing to
bis limited stay, this will not be
possible. The students are Invited
to attend the dinner with the
Commercial dub members or to be
present at the social gathering after
I ho dinner.
Ur. D. W. Morton, who is personal
ly acquainted with Mr. Trefz, says
that lie lias never heard n more able
or entertaining speaker.
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it so extensively as that here, but
ilu> principle will bo the same, after
all. Wo will combine the conditions
in Heed college and in our own Uni
versity wo will have both intercol
legiate and tntrneolloginte athletics."
In a few days, the members of this
committee will issue definite plans
lor the realization of their plans, and
work will begin on the construction
of new fields and tracts, if such is
1 am RED PEP
Live Wire Philosopher
Ive been hired for 52
weeks.Taice my advice
each week - be cheerful!
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
THE HAN FROM
Land grab lobbying exposed
Featuring Howard Hickman
and Clara Williams.
“The Song of a
From “THE SPELL OF THE YUKON”
Featuring the eminent dramatic
actor Edwin Breese in the role
of Ned Lane.
Featuring Geo. Fawcett
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
“The District Attorney”
Featuring Dorothy Bernard and
George Soule Spencer.
$20.00 Suits, - $15.50
$15.00 Suits, ■ $11.50
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$18.00, $20.00, $22.50 Values.S 16.50
$25.00 and $27.50 Values.$18.75 :
New Shirts in all of the new weaves and patterns
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Come early and pick out your Rooter Hat. <2
Monday and Tuesday
“The Incorrigible Dukane” is a
straightforward story, told in a
hearty, boyish style, with all the
merriment of youth crowded in
to the five parts required to un
fold the plot.
New Adventures of Wallingford
“Three Rings and
In which J. Rufus sells a circus
for $65,000 and buys it back
for $20,000. Featuring Burr Mc
Intosh, Max Figman and Lolita
Give us your patronage. We will try to do the rest.
We aim to have University
women realize that Korrect
skirts are synonomous with
smart style, excellent tailoring
md Moderate prices, and to this
md skirts that differ from their
predecessors will be presented
constantly. As usual our assort
ment is new and complete. All
:he up-to-date style fronts advo-!
cated this season will be noted.
Price $5.00 to $12.50
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