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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1916)
Published each Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday of the college /ear, by the
Associated Students of the University of Oregon.
Entered at the postoffice at Eugene as second class matter.
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Associate Editor ...
Managing Editor. ...
City Editor .
BUSINESS MANAGER .
Lonlse Allen, Jnnnette Calkins, Echo SSabl,
Circulation Manager .
Phone Editor 565.
, Milton Arthur Stoddard
_John DeWItt Gilbert
.Bill LE BHAMHALL
Lay Cnrllic, Harold Burde
Kenneth Farley, Phene 71*3
.Phone Manager 841
Sports Editor..Tames 8. Sheehy
Assistants .Douglas Mullarkey, William Haseltine
Administration.Earl W. Murphy
Assistants.Frances Shoemaker, Frederick Kingsbury
Forensics .Rosalind Bates
Features .Martha Beer. Nell Morfltt
Specials...Robert McNary, Clifford Sevita
Exchanges .Helen Brent on
Drutiatlc ..... Russell 1! ox
Music .Martha Tinker, Pearl Cralne
Student Activities .Dbrothy Parsons
Assistant .Jessie Gainer
Women's .Sports.. :•
General Assignments.Elsie Fltamaurlce, John Dundore Adelaide Lake,
Richard Avlson, Florida Hill, Douglas Mularkey, Beatrice Thurston, Menlo
Parker, Lillian Bovlen, Mary Johns, Edna Howd, Harry Foster, Mildred
Garland, Gladys Wilkins, Lyle McCrosky, Lorraine Mahony, Ross Dalglelsh,
Paul Heaney, Tracy Byers, and Francis Blurock.
Desk Head .John DeWItt Gilbert
Assistants..!.'. Claud Hill. Maurice Hyde, Curtis Beach, Robert McNary
Desk Head .Milton A. Stoddard
Assistants. '.*.'.’..... .Tula Kinsley, Harold Newton, Earl Murphy and Harold Say
A POOR PRECEDENT.
Echoes are occasionally heard be
moaning the fact that a football coach
usually draws a higher salary than a
learned professor—and this on our cam
pus. At Californiw thby pay $112,000
a year for coaches to whip the Golden
Bear into shape. With their enormous
student body such a mere trifle is not
considered as extravagance and they lit
tle begrudge the expenditure—but they
are setting a bad precedent in the West.
Heretofore the west has turned out
teams that have been on a high plane,
that have even defeated the picked heroes
of the East, with expenditures that are
dwarfed by California's salaries. The
West has been aide and content to get
along with moderately paid coaching
staffs. The present instance is the first
radical departure therefrom, although
considerable agitation has arisen in Seat
tle from time to time over the $4,000
salary of Gilmore Dobie. Eastern col
leges sometimes spend fabulous sums for
their coaches and it seems to be in
emulation of them, rather than through
any real need, that California has opened
her purse strings to such an extent. It
Is this very tiling that Is disrupting
eastern athletics and causing deep mur
murs of protest from the thinking alumni
and faculties of many of the great in
stitutions of the Atlantic seaboard. On
this coast athletics have long been of a
purer and less commercial nature. Cal
ifornia, a newcomer into the conference
of the West, is introducing an example
that is out of harmony with the best in
terests of amateur sport. .T. D. G.
GLOOM, GLOOM, GLOOM!
Gloomy is the outlook for Oregon in
the coming unpleasantness with the Uni
vusity of Pennsylvania on New Year’s
day in the view of one of the assist
ant conches of the University of Califor
nia team He is quoted as saying,
“There will be nothing to it. Oregon
has not a bad team, but she will be
greatly surprised if she concedes herself
a chance against Pennsylvania. I kuow
what I am talking about. The Pennsyl
vania lino will averge 188 pounds to the
man. The Oregon line will simply go
to pieces when it tries to stop those
“Penney" backs and the Oregon backs
will never get to their own line of scrim
We wonder if it is possible that the
Quit running on flat tires. Wear Neolin soles and
Jim, the Shoe Doctor
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OREGON MEN SMOK!
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Phone 771 881 Will. St.
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Xmas cards, large assortment, dainty little remembrance
with envelopes; box stationery, Johnston’s candies, cigars,
cigarettes, pipes, toilet sets in Xmas packages.
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assistant coach may have heard of what !
happened to the dangerous elevens of J
the Michigan Agricultural College and ;
Brown University but a scant year agp.
I’eThaps he believes the University of
California should have been chosen to
face the Quakers. Still, he concedes,
“Oregon has not a bad team.’’ J. D. G.
Dean Fox Urges Organization!
The heads of women’s farternities met ;
December 7, to discuss problems relat- I
ing to the conduct of women living in
fraternities or boarding houses. The next '
meeting will be on January 11, at the
Gamma Phi Beta house at 7 p. m. Dean
Elizabeth Fox urges that there be an or
ganization in every girls’ house and that
a president elected by them be sent to
these monthly meetings. At the last
meeting, Ada Hall of Mary Spiller hall,
and Mae Lynch of the Shutts boarding
house, were invited. It is to be tinder
stood that every house, ns well as the
fraternities is to take part.
Last night, Dean Fox talked on a num
ber of interesting topics; among them
was her interpretation of Rule 5, as list
ed in “The Conduct of Women Students
at the University of Oregon.” . which
states, “women of the University who
wish to go on all day excursions, boat
ing, or to dine in public places, etc.,
must make suitable arrangements, i. e.
parties of four or attended by a chap
erone.” Upon the request of the sen
ior girls and heads of houses, the rule
will cover merely underclassmen. Fath
ers, as chaperones, were made excep
tions, also brothers, by request of the
heads of houses.
Because of the interest manifested in
her practical ethics class on the subject
of etiquette, she suggested that fire
side meetings be held in each house fre
quently, to discuss problems of this na
ture in company with older women of
the faculty or the head of the house.
And use Butter Manu
Always Fresh and Sanitary
Phone 117 48 Park St.
A R AW AY
Our Large and beautiful stock now readyforyourinspection. A
visit to our store will solve your Christmas problems.
Jewelry well chosen is the gift that carries with it all the g^deniTth^heart and binds the
season. It reflects the nobler sentiment of the giver. g shopping you will find
ties of human fellowship. With only ten days left in which to do your snoppn g *
our suggestions of value. ______
Photo frames .50c to $10
Silver buttonhooks .50c
Silver pusher .75c to $1.75
Locket and chain $1.50 to $5
Baby rings .50c to $3.50
Silver Cups .75c to $7.50
Brooch pins .50c to $3
Baby pins, set ....50c to $3.50
Napkin rings.50c to $2.50
Silver forks .50c to $2.25
Feeding spoons . ..50c to $2.50
Bib holders .$1.50 to $4
Fancy pencils ....50c to $2.50
Stick pins.75c to $5.00
Silver shoe horns 50c to $2.50
Set scarf pins.$1.50 to $6
Cuff buttons .75c to $3
Silver match boxes ....$2 to $6
Shaving sets .$3 to $8.50
Purses .75c to $4.50
Watch chains .$1 to $8
Watches .$5 to $25
Pipes .$2.00 to $7.50
Brass ash tray 50c to $1.75
Leather collar boxes .
.$1.50 to $4
Pocket knives .$1 to $5
Initial rings .$3 to $12.50
Toilet sets .$2 to $15
Silver cigarette cases .
...$3.50 to $12.50
Shaving sets .$3 to $8.50
Set of brushes .$2 to $10
Pipes .$2 to $7.50
Watches and chains .
.$6 to $50
Diamond scarf pins .
.$15 to $250
Initial cuf links .$1 to $10
Lodge emblems.50c to $35
Pocket knives .$1 to $5
Key chains .$1.25 to $8.50
Shirt sets .50c to $6
Cuff links .50c to $25
Cuff buttons.75c to $3
Watch fobs .75c to $10
Watch chains.$1 to $18.50
Watches .$1 to $100
Necktie holders.75c to $5
Set rings .$4 to $250
Scarf pins .50c to $25
Sewing set .$2.00 to $8.50
Parisian ivory pin trays.
.50c to $1.00
Ebony toilet sets $2.50 to $10
Fancy belt buckles ....$1 to $6
Gold pins, set .50c to $4
Watch chains .$2 to $12
Bed room clocks... $1.25 to $6
Silver mirror frames .
. $3.50 to $10
Silver thimbles .50c
Rings.$2.50 to $8.50
Brooches.$1.00 to $15
Bracelet watches .
.$2.50 to $52.50
Jewel cases 50c to $12.50
-Vanity sets .$2 to $15
Lockets and chains .
.$2.50 to $22.50
Gold lavallieres ....$3 to $125
Gold brooches.$2.50 to $45
Diamond brooches ...
.$12.50 to $600
Chatelaine watches .
.-$7.50 to $35
Diamond necklaces .
.$5 to $125
Bracelets .$1 to $25
Diamond rings .$9 to $400
Fancy hat pins ....50c to $3.50
Hair bandeaus.$2.50 to $5
Fancy back combs ....75c to $5
Fancy barettes ....$1 to $2.50
Silver hand mirrors .
.$4 to $13.50
Cut glass perfume bottles.
.$1 to $6
Manicure sets ....$2 to $17.50
Set rings .$2 to $75
Fancy belt buckles....$l to $6
Silver Mesh bags.$2 to $15
Silver thimbles....25c to $1.00
Gold thimbles .$2 to $6
Veil pins .50c to $5
Gold finished back combs.
.„..„..$1.00 to $6.00
Silver toilet sets.
.$6.50 to $27.50
Boudoir clocks.$2 to $6.00
Leather purses $1.75 to $12.50
Gold brooches.$1 to $40
Gold Watch Chains .
-.$2.50 to $37.50
Gold Watches ....$10 to $52.50
Belt buckles .$1.00 to $6
Pearl necklaces $1.50 to $22.50
Diamond rings .
.$12.50 to $400
Pocket knives.$1 to $5
Diamond studs ....$20 to $400
Watch chains ....$1 to $18.50
Watches . $5 to $50
Lodge emblems ...,50c to $35
Pipes .$2 to $7.50
Fountain pens $1.50 to $7.50
Match safes .$1.25 to $25
Cigar cases.$1.50 to $7.50
Cuff links .50c to $25
Cuff buttons.75c to $3.00
Diamond scarf pins.
. $15 to $250 .
A Store Filled with Bright, Sparkling Gifts For Christmas
DOING BUSINESS IN OUR OWN NAME
885 Willamette St. Eugene, Oregon.
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OUTFITTERS FOR SPORTSMEN AND ATHLETES
Basket ball goods, tokes, Jerseys, pants, shoes and
Flash Light and Batteries, Safety Razors and Blades
EUGENE SALEM ALBANY
A Burden and Graham
Creation in Cordovan
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o° ° o ° o o °
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Call and inspect the “Cordovan” the shoe you are all
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The finest ever and the largest assortment we ever had.
A FULL LINE OF BEAUTIFUL LEATHER-BOUND
BOOKS, FOUNTAIN PENS, CONKLIN, WATERMAN
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All fine Christmas Gifts ^
HAMPTON'S °|g |
Men’s Newest Neckties
Come in and get a handful of
these beautiful new ties. A big
shipment just received. Dozens
and dozens of them from the
loudest to the conservative pat
v terns. You will be sure to find
yours in this wonderful assort
gj ment. Prices from.,50^ to 75^