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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1916)
tftudent and Gaeultij Activities
By Dorothy Parsons
Y far the largest event of thin w
dance which is to be held at th
500 and 000 couples are expecte
ed over to the visiting alumni in a
is as good if not better now than in “th
In recognition of the two universiti
side and purple on the other. On the f
back, the gold “W” of the visitors will b
lar dances and there are rumors of “ex
The patrons and patronesses for th
Campbell, Dean and Mrs. John Straub, I’
Elizabeth Fox, and Miss Mary Watson.
eek will be the Junior Homecoming
e Eugene armory this evening. Between
d to attend and the affair will be turn
n effort to show them that Oregon spirit
e good old days.”
es, the programs will be greeu on one
ront will be a yellow “O” while on the
e featured. There will be sixteen regu
tras.” Pennants will be used to decorate
e occasion will be President and Mrs.
rofessor and Mrs. John Bovard, Miss
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Previous to the dance, at half past
seven o'clock, a reception will be held
at the armory in honor of tne alumni.
The affair is being given under the aus
] pices of the Alumni Association and in
1 the receiving line will be Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Winslow. Professor and Mrs.
j John Bovavd, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Holt,
Wendell Barbour, Mrs. E. P. Geary, Mr.
j and Mrs. C. N. McArthur, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Plythe, Dean and Mrs. John
Straub, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodrich, Mrs.
Alice Benson Beach, and Professor Irv
ing Glenn, of Washington and Mrs.
The grill room of the Hotel Osburn
[was the scene of a delightful banquet
given by the Architectural club of the
University on Wednesday evening. A
large table in the shape of a “T” seat
1 ed the members of the club and their
guests. Yellow candles and marigolds
were used in decorating the table and
j unique place cards in the shape of an
1 interlocked triangle and T-square guid
| ed the guests to their places. At the
I end of the last course, a novel contest
| was held in which each person was told
to draw a picture of the person opposite.
The first mention was awarded to
Brownell Frasier and Dorothy Parsons
received second place. H. G. Beckwith.
Chester Hogue, II. B. Miller, Dr. George
Rebec, Professor W. P. Boynton, and
Professor Ellis F. Lawrence, dean of the
school of architecture, gave short after
dinner speeches, after which Harry Mills
entertained with several piano selections
and a few of the students danced.
Those present on this occasion were:
President and Mrs. I’. L. Campbell, II. G,
Beckwith, Chester Hogue, Mrs. Mubin
Holmes Parsons, Dr. John Straub, H. B.
Miller, Professor W. P. Boynton, Dean
Ellis F. Lawrence, Professor and Mrs.
P. P- Adams, Professor and Mrs. Seh
roff, Mrs. Ellen Pennell, Dr. John Lands
bur.v, Professor II. M. McAlister, Bos
well Dosch, Allen II. Eaton, Kate
Schaefer Cleome Carroll, Celeste
Foulkes, Brownell Frasier, Mabel Coch
ran, Lucille Watson, Dorothy Parsons,
Carrie Howard, Marie Louise Allen,
Catherine Estelle Talmadge, Walter
Church, Cord Sengstake, Filer Brown,
Lyle Bartholomew. Hugh Thompson,
Herbert Haywood, Horace Fulyes, Har
vey Madden, Curtiss Marshall, Glenn
Stanton, Irving Smith, Laurence Under
wood, Loren Ellis, Clayton Baldwin, Al
bert Gambell, Oliver Gyllenberg, Dell
Hinson, I*. L. Jensen, Wallace Landreth.
John McGuire, Harry Mills, Arthur Run
quist, and Graham Smith.
£ « £
Sunday dinner guests at the Kappa
Sigma house last week were Mrs. F. A.
Elliott and Mrs. A. T. Hill.
Beta Thelta Pi entertained last Sun
day at dinner for the following guests:
Miss Louise Fitch, Mary Murdock, Helen
Murdock, Josephine Driscoll, and Lucy
Miller, of Portland.
# £ £
Delta Tan Delta entertained Mrs. A.
G. Barker, Dorothy HUnziker, Adah Mc
Murphey, Margaret Gray, Naomi Wil
liamson, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Marnp
ton, of Pendleton, at dinner Sunday.
Delta Gamma will entertain at din
ner Sunday for Maude Kincaid, Lela
The Young Men’s Favorite Suit
Copyright Hut ScbaSaor & llux
rHERE is every reason to call Var"
sity Fifty Five the young men's
favorite. It is made by
Hart Schaffner & Marx
The Name covers a number
of variations; and a number of
styles—all stylish and all correct.
See the new fall models of
Varsity Fifty Five here: they’re
Cushman, Cecil Sawyer, Constance Alex
ander, Until Bruere, Marion Bowles,
Lucia Macklin, Dorothy Campbell,
Laverne Young, Isabel Martin, Margaret
Delabere, and Marjorie Y-'hito.
# # #
Gamma I*lii Beta gave a charming in
formal tea on Wednesday afternoon iu
honor if Miss Margaret Nachtrieb, visit
ing delegate of the sorority. Pink carna
tions were used in profusion iu the front
rooms to decorate and in the dining
room, yellow chrysanthemums added
color and charm. Trailing ivy spread
gracefully over the table which was
presided over by Mrs. A. T. Hill, Mrs.,
Samuel lleaney, Mrs. ('., N. Homer,
and Miss Anne MeMicken. In the re
ceiving line were Helen Johns, Mrs.
Abrams, and Miss Nachtrieb.
Miss Nachtrieb wall remain in Eu
gene for the Homecoming week festi
Pi Beta Phi entertained in honor of
Mrs. Vace McClymonds, province presi
dent of the fraternity, with an rifter
(Continued on page five)
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