Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, October 05, 1916, Page Four, Image 4

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    Will Discuss Proposition of
Forming Club.
President Campbell Declares
University Bungalows Un
necessary Now.
Hearken. all ye student bachelors! All
ye who concoct your own biscuits and
“perk” your own coffee, hearken!
There will he a meeting of students
of the University, who are hatching,
Tuesday evening, October 10, at 7:”0 in
President Campbell's office. At this time
the proposition of forming a student
bachelor's club wall be discussed. At the
same time the matter of securing build
ings close to the campus for student
bachelors will be a topic of discussion.
Last semester, agitation was started
for student bungalows to be built by the
University and furnished to men who
■desired to hatch at a very low rate of
Tent. Owing to the numerous desirable
houses near the University campus this
year, which are rentable, it is not decm
Thc Varsity Barber
Shop
The place where the Students
go. Bring your Razor in and
have it put in good shape. Ask
me about it.
john McGuire,
Proprietor.
WILLIAMS FUEL
COMPANY
Phone 651-J
39 7th Ave. E.
Monarch
Cafeteria
and
Delicatessen
cd necessary by President Campbell to
build bungalows at present.
Between fifteen and twenty men are
d ling their own domestic duties and at
tending the T'niversity. Some of these
men are active in athletics and other
college affairs as well as being good
students.
TENNIS TRYOUTS PROGRESS
Good Material for Women's Team. New
Courts Not Yet Finished.
The tennis courts south of Kincaid
field will not be ready for use this week,
according to Adrienne Kpping, tennis
manager for 11)1 <J and 1917. The
method of preparation consists of a
thick coat of crude oil over finely crushed
rock, the courts being rolled between
each of the five or six repititions of the
process. At the present time the courts
are puddles of crude oil and the ground
is extremely soft making a successful
game an impossibility. White shoes
and duck skirts are hardly recognized
after an attempt to use these courts
and besides this there is a very disagree
able odor from the sun on the oil.
Because of the co idition of the courts
the progress of the tennis players has
been slow and the new material is yet
to be looked over for a prospective ten
nis team. Last year the tennis club ar
ranged for the tournaments but in the
figure they will be under the supervision
of Miss Cummings, according to Miss
Kpping, who holds the championship of
the I'niversity for women’s singles.
There is a rumor that if this action
is taken the tennis club will disband
and interest in this sport will be less
keen than formerly. It is believed there
is a great deal of promising material
and in. order that interest may be created
there will be a squad of the eight best
players whose ranks will be changed with
the development of new players. It is
from this squad that the varsity team
will be chosen.
40 AT GERMAN MEETING
Club Elects Officers. Will Stage Play in
Near Future.
About 40 students were present at
the first (Iceman club meeting last night.
The following officers were elected for
the first semester: ilertha Hansen,
president; Curtis lteach, vice president;
Mary llislop, secretary and treasurer;
I tea trice Thurston, reporter.
Plans were discussed for the coming
season and it was decided to give a play.
'Her Meisterschaff” was selected and
will be staged In the near future.
After singing Herman songs and ar
ranging for the next meeting in two
weeks at the Bungalow, the meeting
idjoit! tied.
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Prices Same as in Portland
25o 50r 75C
MATINEE EACH \FTERNOON
Matinee at 2:30 Evening at 8
Reserved Seat Sale Opens Wednesday, October 4, at 10 a. m.
Mail Orders Now.
NEW DEPARTMENT FOR Y. W.
Practical Service Committee Appointed; j
Helen Brenton Elected Chairman.
Girls wishing employment will
please call upon Mrs. Ontbank, at
the Y. W. C. A. Bungalow' on
Monday, Wednesday or Frida v
morning or Wednesday afternoon,
or see Helen Brenton, chairman of -
the practical service committee.
Mae Herbert has been chosen chair
man of the meetings committee of the
Y. W. C. A. to fill the vacancy caused
by the resignation of Jennie Huggins,
who is unable to complete her term of
office due to pressure of college work.
A new department of Y. W. C. A.
was created to fill a need for practical |
service. Helen Brenton, a sophomore,
was elected chairman of this committee
which is to be known as the Practical
Service committee. The two appoint
ments were made Wednesday evening at
the Bungalow by the cabinet sitting with
Miss Fox, dean of women, and Mrs. Karl
Onthank, temporary association secre
ts ry.
“To get every girl in the University
in the Y. W. C. A. is the aim our
organization for the coming year,'* de
clared Louise Allen, president of the
association. “We are going to help the
high school Y. W. more, too,” she said.
A regular meeting was held Wednes
day afternoon in the Bungalow, and,
according to Miss Fox, every one who
wasn’t there missed something worth
while. The subject was “The Poetry of
The Bible.” Miss Mary Watson had
charge of the discussion.
MOTT TO COACH PLAYERS
University Club Will Present One Play
Each Semester.
At « mooting of tho University play
ers at tho Gamma Phi Kota house last
Thursday evening, plans of the club for
thi‘ coming year were discussed.
Alex Bowen, president of the club, is
looking forward to a successful year for
the organization. “We expect to stage
one play each semester,” said Bowen,
“and have obtained the services of James
Mott as coach for the first produc
tion.”
Mr. Mott is already well known in
University circles for his productions of
"Brown of Harvard,” “The Fortune
Miintor,” and “Arizona.”
The plays to lie staged have not been
fully decided upon, but it is hoped that
the club will be able to obtain “Come out
of the Kitchen,” a play by A. C. Thomas,
dramatized from the novel of that name
by Alice Duer Miller.
TEMWiS COURTS FINISHED
Out of 116 Who Are Turning Out Fifty
Have Never Played Before.
The new tennis courts have been com
pleted and the out-door detachment is
hard at work. Miss Hazel Bader, of the
physical training department, reports
that of lit! tennis players, about fifty
have never played the game before.
About 110 girls are out for hookey and
about .‘in for both archery and golf.
Twelve girls are taking canoeing.
Alice Baker who was injured last week
while playing hockey is recovering and i
will be o.i the campus again in a few |
days. Her injury was not as serious as
was reported at first.
Willamette Game
(Continued from page one)
eleven. Radeliff. and Procter along with
The regulars literally walked all over
the frosh and tore their line to shreds
in Wednesday night’s scrimmage session.
Shy and Hollis Huntington, along with
Montieth and Jensen showed a flash of
last year’s scoring machine by pluggng
through the bulky neophytes at will. Shy
Huntington zig-zagged his way the length
of the field on three different occasions.
Mitchell, Rartlett, and Risley played
havoc with the first year offense and
were bulwarks on the defense.
As an appetizer for Saturday’s melee
Hean Walker’s yearling.! will tackle Eli
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gone high Friday afternoon on Kin
caid. The freshmen have games ar
ranged with Cottage Grove high and a
tentative Thanksgiving date with the
Stadium high school of Tacoma. Owing
to a dispute over the eligibility rules
no agreement has yet been reached with
the O. A. C. freshmen.
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♦ NOTICE! SENIOR GIRLS! ♦
♦ A section will be reserved in the ♦ i
♦ grandstand for you Saturday. Meet ♦ i
♦ in front of the Gamma I’hi Beta ♦
♦ house for the march to the field. ♦
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♦ Y. M. C. A. CABINET <>
♦ Elects ^
♦ Mae Harbet (meetings com.) ♦
♦ Helen Brenton (practical service) ♦
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Our Own Candies
We also carry a full line of Johnston’s, Milwaukee Krause’s
Portland, Imperial, Seattle
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FRIDAY and
SATURDAY
8:15 P. M.
GUILD HALL
50c For Reserved Seats
25c General Admission
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