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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1916)
ROLES FOR MEN
COMPILED OV DEMO
Copies Sent to Boarding Houses
Where Women Students
Mias Vox Expects Oo-operation
of Undergraduates in Car
rying Out Orders.
Miss Elisabeth Fox, the new dean of
women, baa compiled a get of rules for
the conduct of the women students at
Oregon. She expects the hearty co
operation of the undergraduates in car
rying out these rules, and holds the
house mothers and women in whose
homes students are living responsible for
the conduct of the women under their
Copies of the rules hnve been sent to
all boarding houses where women stud
ents are kept. They are as follows:
1. —University women are expected to
be in their rooms by 10:30 p. m. Ex
ceptions may be made for Friday and
Saturday nights, when the hour may be
11 p. m., and for scheduled parties,
when the hour may be 11:30.
2. —Underclassmen are not expected
to have evening callers on Monday, Tues
day, Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
Upperclassmen may receive callers on
these nights only occasionally.
3. —'Men are not expected to call be
4. —Parties may be given on Friday
and Saturday nights, and nights pre
ceding holidays only. They shall end
by 11:30 p. m.
5. —Women of the University who wish
to go on all day excursions, riding, walk
ing out of town, or boating, or to dine
in public places, shall make suitable
arrangements, 1. e., parties of four, or
provided with a chaperone.
0.—Any woman boating or walking
with an escort is expected to return to
her residence by 9:15 p. m. ^
7. —Underclassmen studying at the
library evenings shall return to their
residences in groups or accompanied by
8. —Music and entertainment of all
kinds on Sunday is expected to be of a
9. —All changes of residence should
be reported at once to dean of women
and the registrar.
10.—Cases of serious illness should be
reported at once to Miss Cummings, or
to the dean of women.
By order of the Dean of Women
POLITY CLUB TO ELECT
Presidential Chair Left Vacant by
Resignation of Cloyd Dawson.
The local branch of the International
Polity club will begin its regular meet
ings of the year with the meeting in
Dr. Schafer’s room next Tuesday evening
at 7. The important feature of the
meeting aside from the discussion of the
coming years work and program will
be the election of a man to fill the place
made vacant by the resignation of Presi
dent Cloyd Dawson, who leaves college
this week for his home in Tillamook.
In discussion of Polity club affairs
this morning, President Dawson stated
that Vice-President Bothwell Avison
would doubtless succeed him as president
of the club and a man elected for the
place made vacant by his promotion.
The Polity club is a new organization
on the Oregon campus but is a part of
the International Polity club which ori
ginated in England during the middle of
the past century. The club deals only
with problems of a national or inter
The loss of Dawson will be a blow to
the Oregon debate teams as well ns to
the Polity club. Last year Mr. Dawson
took part in the O. A. C., Washington
and Montnna debates. He gradauted
from the Liberal Arts Department last
year and this year was majoring in law.
HODSON ELECTED CAPTAIN
Bill Hayward Says This Year’s Showing
Is Better Than Usual.
"Well boys, I am certainly glad to
see the splendid interest,” said Bill
Hayward to the squad of freshmen who
reported for track Tuesday evening.
“For more than one reason," he con
tinued, "I am willing to say that this
year’s showing is better than usual, but
still not what I had anticipated. To
morrow every one of you fellows bring
somebody with you. Next spring, we
are going to give O. A. C. the worst
heating it has ever known, but remem
ber, we are going to do so by clean
Martin Nelson, varsity captain, gave
the freshmen several words of timely
advice. “Every man will get a square
deal from Bill,’’ be said in part, “but
your accomplishment will depend entirely
upon the effort you put forth.”
B. F. Hodson was elected captain of
Nelson took the enthusiastic frosh
out on the track and pointed out to
them various methods of carrying the
body in running. Regular fall train
ing will begin in earnest this week.
About the middie of October there
will be a class meet followed the next
week by an “all round” or individual
meet. This meet will include the indi
vidual members of the squads and will
take in probably eight events with in
After this Coach Hayward is planning
a group meet. In this meet he will pick
out the best five or six men and will
make them captains, classifying the rest
into groups according to ability and
allowing the captains to choose from the
groups, thereby making small teams of
about the same strength, which will com
pete against each other.
During the early part of November
the inter-class cross country will be held
between the four classes.
There is a possibility of a freshman
cross country against the O. A. C. fresh
man, though it is not fully settled as
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