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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1916)
GIRLS LIKE ARCHERY
Extra Sections Formed to Ac
O.oAp 0. Has Introduced This
Sport; Has Challenged
Outdoor women's athletic work appears
to he arousing greater enthusiasm this
year than usual. Coif and archery have
become so popular that extra sections
have had to be formed to accommodate
all those desirous of entering these sports.
O. A. O. has introduced archery this
year and is trying to arrange ft
contest with the Oregon girls.
The indoor work which begins October
30. will he of a different nature this year,
due to the addition of the open air floor
to the gymnasium.
This will enable the department to
hold two large classes at one hour—
doing the Swedish work inside and 1 lie
recreation work >>n the new floor.
Coach Iiaywood is teaching the theory
The best engraving, jewelry
repairing, watch repairing
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♦ FOOTBALL ♦
♦ Multnomah, 0; O. A- C., 0; at end ♦
♦ of first half. ♦
♦ Dutton of O. A. C. breaks leg. ♦
flame played at Corvifllis. ♦
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of track coaching to the girls in the
physical training department. The course
comes twice a week and consists chiefly
of lectures, but (loach Ilaywood prom
ises there is a chance that the students
will have an opportunity to display prac
tically what they have learned.
(Continued from page one)
a nee of truth, a return to an apprecia
tion of the personal element and a
spiritual rebirth, the nation will be
In response to the invitation of Pres
ident and Mrs. Campbell a tmall group
met with Tagore at the president’s
home following the lecture. It was a
striking picture that the group form
ed. Tagore, wearing his robes and pe
culiar head dress, was of course the
center of attention, and very close at
tention it necessarily was, for his voice
was low. On the floor at his feet,
grave members of the faculty sat in un
conventional Fast Indian postures and
eagerly snatched up the few sentences
which the sage spoke. The quiet of the
room was occasionally broken by the
voice of one who would venture to put
a question to the oracle of the east. The
answer, carefully worded, was always
given in a friendly conversational tone,
but at first the dignity of the man was
too much for even some of the very
sophisticated faculty men and women.
The moments flew and the time for leav
ing came. With that distinctly Oriental
grace which is peculiarly the possession
of these of the east, he bade farewell
and was gone.
The university must feel for no short
time the impetus to thought given by the
Shakespeare of the east, as Tagore has
LANDSBURY TO LECTURE.
Dr. John ,1. Landsbury of the Univer
sity school of music will lecture, Oc
tober i>, before the National Federation
of Women’s clubs, which is to be held at
Seaside, Oregon, this year.
Send The Emerald home.
For That Picnic
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Information From the
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making their own way thru college. Students, let us help
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a good share of your business because we have been able
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William S. Hart
Jn the spectacular play of ancient Aztecs
“THE CAPTIVE GOD”
Hart playing opposite Enid Markey
A Triangle Play
Just to end the program right
Varsity 13 Pounds Lighter This Year
With ;»n average weikht of 177 pounds the varsity presents a great
contrast to Jast year’s squad which tipped the beams around 190 at
° ° this time of t-he season. These figures are the weights before the
team goes on the field. After two hours of hard tyork each man loses
about four pounds which he makes u p on the juicy beefsteaks* at the
S. Huntington . ISO
Tuerck . 168
II. Huntington . 175
Monteith . 169
McKinney . 170
Nelson . 170
Dudley . 175
Skidmore . 186
Williams . 179
Jensen . 167
Couch . 135
Morfitt . 169
Average weight of line . ISO
Average weight of backfield . 170
Average weight of team . 177 |
PAYS CAMPUS VISIT
Edison Marshall, Former Stu
dent, Is Visiting Friends.
Has Succeeded in Short Story
Field; Recently Sold His
From ii trip up and down the coast,
Edison Marshall, former student of the
University, now a professional short
story writer, has returned to spend a
few more days on "“the good old campus”
as he calls it, before returning home.
Ilis long planned trip to the South Seas
and the northern coast of South America,
delayed this year because of pass-port
difficulties, will probably be made next
Mr. Marshall has covered a field in his
short story writing which ranges from
Alaska to England. His first Alaskan
story, “Ilis own Handiwork” appeared in
the Argosy magazine two years ago.
When asked what the secret of his
success is, how he is able to place his
stories in many magazines, he answered
that magazine editors prefer an ori
ginal style with plain, simple words. “I
will even scratch out such a simple word
as ‘obtained’ and in itr place substitute
It is hard work and stick-to itiveness
that has achieved an early success for
Marshall. Figures show that he has
written on an average of 3000 words a
day for the past nine months..
When questioned as to how much
money he ip making with his stories, he
replied, “Well I am making enough to
keep me out of school for the want of
making more. The luck has beet) good
lately." While Marshall is naturally re
ticent about giving nit figures, the sum
>■ ' ..
he has received since the beginning of
the year will total many hundreds of
The story that brought Marshall first
recognition in the Writers Critic was
an Alaskan story, “The Black Fox” ap
pearing in the Munsey. The appearance
last June of “The Missing Seventeen”
in the Saturday Evening Post, created
considerable national interest in his
work. The September sixth, issue of
'the Popular contained a. short story,
"The Lost Herd.” Vagabond or Gentle
man” just sold to the Aemricnn maga
zine, will appear in a few months. j
Marshall recently sold his first novel, J
which will run first as a serial in one j
of the all-fiction magazines. Later it
may be published in book form.
Marshill is visiting at the Delta Tau
Delta fraternity house.
lie is a member of this fraternity.
Several calls for girls to do house
work have come to Miss Fox, dean of
women. Girls wishing to answer them
will see Miss Fox or Mrs. I\. W. On
AS IT SHOULD BE.
AVife—This paper tells of a man out in
Ohio who lives on onions alone.
Hub—Well, any one who lives on
onions aught to ’ive alone.—New Haven
Profs. Give Views
(Continued from, page one)
own free will, and so should be held res
ponsible for what they get out of them.
They do not have to attend them unless
they want to.
"I am entirely unfamiliar with the
dances at such places as the ‘Rainbow’,
so cannot say what they are, or what ef
fect they have on the students. I intend
to investigate them sometime in the near
fuure and find out. Until then, I can
give no opinion.”
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