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OREGIINII WORK STARTS
Editor Calls Staff Meeting for
Writing to Be Done This Falll;
Many New Campus Pic
Work on this year's Oregana will be
started with a meeting of the entire staff
on Tuesday, September 26, at seven
B’clock at the Gamma Phi Beta house.
The vacancies left by Juanita Wilkins
and Roberta Killam will be filled by
Marion Tuttle and Geanette C'ulkins.
Charles Dundore will take Clark Thomp
son’s place as assistant manager.
Almost all of the writing will be dome
this fall so that the work will be lighter
In the spring. “The book will be full
of new pictures of the campus,” says
Emma Wootton, editor-in-chief.
The. staff is ns follows:
Assistant Editors—Adrienne Epping,
Women’s Activities—Clytic Hall.
Features—Adrienne Epping, Jack
Medical School—Bay Stnub.
Special Writers—De Witt Gilbert,
Grace Edgington, Ed Harwood, Curtis
Bench, William Blades.
Assistant Managers—Jack Polph,
Circulation Manager—Harold Tregil
OFFER ADVANCED DANCIN
Miss Goldsmith to Conduct Classes
Those With Previous Training.
A course in advanced dancing is bi
tng offered b.v Miss Frieda Goldsmiti,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at
2 o’clock, Although this work prc
eupposes at least a year's previous train
ing, twenty girls have already enrollt
in the class.
“The aim of this course," said Mias
Goldsmith, “is to develop interpret!!
dancing." No definite type of aesthetk
dancing is planned; merely those dances
are to be taught which will help the
girls best to secure true feeling in their
individual interpretation of the dance.
An exhibition is to be offered in the
spring by the girls in this class who
will also appear in the pageant which
the physical training department plan
to present later in the year.
The costumes will be modeled after the
pure Greek style and according to Miss
Goldsmith, no other university has ever
employed the particular typo of gown
she plans to use. A dull green crepe,
modeled along tt^ graceful Greek lines,
seems to Miss Goldsmith an appropriate
costume to display the dancing of the
girls to the best advantage, and to
give a distinctive and truly “Oregon"
JUNIOR HIGH MOVES SOON
First Floor of Educational Building Will
Be Ready for Oooupanoy Monday.
The first floor of the educational
building is now practically completed but
the second and third floors will not be
ready for occupancy before October 1,
according to Orniand Kean, architect in
This makes it possible for the junior
high school, which will occupy thp
first floor, to move into its new quar
ters at once. However, it is probable
that this will not be done for another
week on account of the dampness of
the new building and the lack of heat
The educational department, tho law
school and library, and tho extension
department will occupy tho second and
742 Willamette Street
third floors but will not move in until
the acceptence of the building by the
Work “began on the building April
12 an°d was to have been completed by
the opening of “the school year but due
to rain and the delay in arrival of ma
terial this was impossible. The struc
ture is located at 13th and Kincaid
streets and is being built at a cost of
$40,000. Furniture will cost an addition
TENNIS PROSPECTS GOOD
Bond Brothers Are Back. Material Looks
Promising, Says Captain Bond.
Prospects for a winnfng varsity ten
nis aggregation this year are most en
couraging. So says Lewis Bond, cap
tain of last year’s team, who has been
following nnd encouraging prospective
players this fall.
■Many of the men who tried out last
year are back in school. Among these
are Iioseoe Hurd and Walter Church
who made strong bids for the team last
year. Lawrence Herschner, winner of
the freshman tournament last spring, is
another promising aspirant. Mr. Bond
also expects to see George Wright, in
eligable up to this time, make a strong
try for the team.
Although freshmen are not permit
ted on the varsity team, there will be
held at the beginning of next semester
a freshmen tournament in order that
material for next year’s team may be
inspected. Mr. Bond says that it will
take a very strong collection of play
ers to defeat the University of Wash
ington, whose team will be much bet
ter than it was last spring.
The only members of last year's team
who remain for the coining tryout are
Captain Bond and his brother, Paul
She—What did pap say when you
told him of our engagement?
She—Oh, you can leave out the swear
He Then there’s nothing to tell you.
MISS FOX EXPLAINS RULE
Exact Interpretation of Rule Number 4
of Series Is Made Clear.
As a number of students have ques
tioned Miss Elizabeth Fox, dean of wom
en, concerning the meaning of rule num
ber four in the series which she has com
piled, she wishes to explain. The rule
reads: “Parties may be given on Fri
day and Saturday nights and nights pre
ceding holidays only. They shall end by
11:30 p. m.”
The question is in regard to the hour
11:30 p. m. The’interpretation given by
Miss Fox is: “For informal parties
11:30 means everything over, refresh
ments, dancing, etc., and the guests away
from the house. For formal parties
11:30 means the beginning of the end.
The closing of the party shall approxi
mate 11:30 so that everything will be
over by 12:00. This means lights out,
the gym or hall ready to close, and stu
dents started for their residences.”
The rules were printed in Tuesday’s
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been based on shallow and insufficient
evidence and that fair investigation
would in most cases have proved them
groundless: also that the women’s fra
ternities are earnestly endeavoring to
carry on rushing by fair and authorative
methods,” wrote Mrs. Allen in her re
port to the University Pan-Hellenic as
(Continued from page one)
fessor of drawing at the University. The
table was effectively decorated with
Caroline Testout roses. Covers were
laid for, Mr. and Mrs. Schroff, Presi
dent and Mrs. I’. L. Campbell, Mr. and
Mrs. P. P. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. jJ.
Frederick Thorne, Mrs. Mabel Holmes
Parsons, Mr. Roswell Dosch, and Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence.
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Kappa (Vlpha Theta held initiation on
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Mr. and Mrs. l}llis F. Lawrence, of
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To welcome the studelnts of the Uni
versity each of the local churches en
tertained on Friday evening. The recep
tions lasted throughout the evening,
though at some, programs were carried
out. It was a most hospitable and gen
erous thing -to do and every student in
the University is grateful for it,^especi
ally the homesick freshmen to whom
University life is new and strange.
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Belle Massick of Baker was pledged
Chi Omega this week.
Mildred Pegg, Chi Omega, will spend
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| the week-end in Portland.
Kappa Kappa Gamma honored their
new pledges with a dance on last Sat
Kappa Kappa Gamma will entertain at
dinner Sunday, Miss Alice Vandersius,
Mrs. King and her daughter, Pbi'.ena,
will also be Sunday guests. Mrs. King
is visiting Philena at the Kappa Alpht»
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