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Books Recently Added to the University
POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE.
Minnesota—Efficiency and economy
commission.. Preliminary report; a
plan for reorganizing the executive
branch of the state government; 1914.
Bascoin, J.—Social theory; 1895.
Carver, T. —Essays in v social jus
Cobbe, F. P.—The duties of women;
Hague—International peace confer
ence. The first nnd second international
peace conferences; 1914.
Hall—Quest, A. L.—Supervised study.
Keener, W. A.—A treatise on the law
_of quasi-contracts; 1S93.
Le Bon, G.—The psychology of peo
Littleton, Sir T.—Littleton's tenures
in English; 1903.
McBain, H. L.—The law and the prac
tice of municipal home rule; 1916.
New York (State)—Constitutional
convention. Proposed amendments;
Baehek, S.—Samuolis, Rachelii—De
jure naturae et gentium dissertationes;
Rockefeller, ,T. D.—The Colorado in
dustrial plan; 1916.
Sargent, A. J.—Anglo-Chinese com
merce and diplomacy; 1907.
Wharton, Francis—Treatise ' on the
conflict of laws; 19-5.
U. S. Adjutant-general’s office. Mili
tary information division. Notes of
military interest for 1902.
Berlitz, M. D.—-German with or with
out a master. With key; 1913.
* The Classical weekly, v. 8.
Gill, J. K.—Gill’s dictionary of the
Chinook jargon; 1909.
Dolbear, A. E.—The machinery of
the universe; 1911.
Grinnell, J.—A distributional list of
the birds of California; 1915.
Murchison, .Sir R. I.—Siluria; 1872.
Smith, A. W.—Principles of electrical
Tarr, R. S.—Alaskan glacier studies
of the National Geographical Society in
the Yukutat Bay; 1914.
American academy o? medicine. Medi
■ cine as an aid to commerce; 1916.
American association for the study
and prevention of infant mortlity. Trans
C actions; 1916.
Graham, D.—Massage; 1913.
Harza, L. F.—Columbia river power
project near The Dalles, Oregon.
Resolutions and memorial addresses
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Jill of sterling table
fill silver takes its
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and in many capaci
ties during and after
It is a design com
bining a pleasing
harmony of outline
and proportion with
a substantial dignity
that will interest and
attract all lovers of
the Colonial period.
It is offered in full
variety of forks,
spoons, cutlery, and
a comprehensive line
of serving and indi
vidual pieces with
Which is sig
Quality and fetes rity in
design and iftiman
[ on the life and eharacte~ of Cyrus A.
Rickard, T. A.—The flotation process;
Sharp, C. J.—Country dance book,
F. S. Hydrographic office.—Mediter
ranean pilot; 1916.
Dondelle, L.—Foil and sabre; 1S92.
Spalding's official baseball guide,
Spalding's official foot ball guide;
Arnold, Hugh—Stained glass in the
middle ages in England and France;
Bradley, Milton—Elementary color;
Briggs. It. A.—The essentials of the
country house; 1911.
Brown, G. B.—The fine arts; 1910.
Choisy, A.—L’art de batir chez les
Choisy, A.—L'Art de batir chez les
Cox, Kenyon—Artist and public; 1914.
Ferrari, G.—II legno nell’ arte ital
Ferrari, G.—II ferro nell’ arte ital
Ferrari, G.—Lo stucco nell’ arte ital
Hale, P. L.—Jan Vermeer of Delft;
Jackson, Sir T. G.—Gothic architec
ture in France, England and Italy; 1915.
Jacquemart, A.—A history of furni
ture. with chapters on tapestry, oriental
embroidery and leather work. 1907.
Latham, C.—In English homes, vols.
2 to 4; 1908.
Norton, R.—Bernini, and other stud
ies in the history of art; 1914.
Potter, F. H.—Reliquary of English
San Francisco.—Panama-Pacific in
termit. exposition. Catalogue de luxe of
the Dept, of fine arts. 2v. 1915.
Spanton, J. H.—Geometrical drawing
and design ; 1913.
Speltz, A.—Styles of ornament; 1910.
Strack, H.—Brick architecture of the
middle ages and the renaissance in Italy;
Trigg, H. I.—Garden craft in Europe;
Vincent, C.—Scoring for an orchestra;
Andrews, M. R. S.—The- better treas
Fisher, Mrs. D, F.—The real motive;
Ford, P. L.—Wanted—A Chaperone ;
Ford, P. L.—Wanted—A Matchmaker;
Fulton, M. G.—College life; 1915.
Graves, C. L.—Humours of Irish life;
Holmes, E. G. A.—Walt Whitman’s
742 Willamette Street
It is far better to
COOK WITH GAS
Than to gas with the Cook
OREGON POWER CO.
Stockton, F. R.—Ardis Clnverdcn;
Stockton, F. R.—Mrs. Cliffs yacht;
Stockton, F. R.—The house of Martha;
Description and Travel. .
Bourget, Paul—Outre-pier; impres
; sions of America; 1895.
Clarke, F. E.—Old Homes of New
Crow, Carl—The travelers’ hand
book of China; 191?
Inge, W. R.—Society in Rome under
the Caesars; 1913.
Miller, H.—First impressions of Eng
land and its people; 1870.
Pamphlet-guides to Spanish art and
Pernot, J. F.—Forests of Crater Lake
National Park; 1910.
Tucker, T. G.—Life in the Roman
world of Nero and St. Paul; 1911.
Hall, Jennie—Men of old Greece; 1905.
Macdonnell, Sir J. and Munson, E. W.
I).—Great jurists of the world; 1914.
Miller, Hugh—Autobiography; 1871.
Putnam, G. H.—Memories of a pub
Sanborn. F. B.—The life and letters
of John Brown; 1910.
Baxter, ,T. P.—The Baxter manu
Becker, C. L.—Beginnings of the
American people; 1915.
Johnson, A.—The Swedish settlements
on the Delaware; 1911.
McCarthy, J. H.—Ireland since the
Robinson, C.—The Kansas conflict;
Rhys, Sir. and Jones, D. B.—The
Welsh people; 1900.
Washburne, E. B.—American’s aid to
Germany in 1S70-71.
Bailey, A. L.—Library bookbinding;
Crowley, J. J.—Romanism a menace
to the nation; 1912.
Dana, J. C.—Libraries; addresses and
U. S. Dept, of agriculture. Library.
Monthly bulletin; 1910-13.
TEAM DURING GAME
Bez Plays the Same Men All
Through the Washington
Coach Nervous Until Shy Car
ries Ball Over for Six
No substitutions were made in the
Oregon team during the game with W. S.
C. Saturday. Yet Parsons, Beckett and
Shy Huntington were all laid out for
“Iirick” Mitchell played three quarters
of the game with the use of one eye only.
Near the end of the first quarter some
one hit him in the right eye, and it soon
was swollen completely shut. He fin
ished the game however, not seeming to
notice his injury. A large pad now
covers the injured ogran.
During the first three quarters, up to
the time Oregon scored her touchdown,
Coach Bezdek was visibly nervous. He
showed almost as much anxiety as did
his rival, Dietz. But after Shy Hun
tington carried the ball over the line for
six points, he relapsed into his usual
calmness. After the game Bezdek stat
ed that he would be happy until Monday
when he would start to work for the next
Gate reciepts for the game amounted
to almost $4300 The guarantee put up
by Washington State College was $050.
Oregon returned with a profit totaling
While in Portland the University band
competed with that of the Washington
Staters and aroused much enthusiasm
and elicited considerable praise. The
band played Friday evening, Saturday
morning, and at the game. During the
intermission between halves, “Mighty
Oregon” was played while the Oregon
rooters serpentined on the field.
After th ■ game, a parade was formed
which made its waj down Washington
street, stopping traffic, even to the ex
tent of causing several minutes delay for
Gustavo Madero, son of the late presi
dent of Mexico, is a student at Notre
A girls' debating society has been or
ganized at the University of Utah.
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Y. W. TO PUBLISH CALENDAR
Mary Hislop and Ruth Wilson Will Also
Entertain Wi*h “Taffey Pull.”
At the cabinet meeting of the Y. W.
C. A. held today at 4 o’clock in the
Bungalow, two things were decided.
The members are getting out calendars
to be sold on the campus December 1.
These calendars will be views of the dif
ferent college activities. The committee
in charge of this is: Echo Zabl, chair
man; Ruth Wilson and Ruth Westfall.
Mary Hislop chairman of the Y. W. C.
A. membership committee and Ruth Wil
son, chairman of the finance committee,
will entertain their members at the Bun
galow Thursday evening at 7 o’clock with
a “taffy pull."
A deaf mute has entered the Uni
versity of Ohio. He understands sp bik
ers by reading their lips.
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She Takes Another Name
Goes to the guardian of another, makes use of the wealth
and social position due to another. Then the other appears,
and her castle of dreams founded on deceit fall into ruins.
This is the story of
HER DOUBLE LIFE
The new photoplay in which
ents his World-Famous Star
Scenario by Mary Murillo
Directed by J. Gordon Edwards