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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1916)
NIGHTS AT 8:15 MATINEES AT 2:15
The World’s Most Stupendous Attrar’’n*
D. W. GRIFFITH,
Two Million Dollar Spectacle
Love’s Struggle Throughout the Ages
Mr. Griffith’s First and Only Production since
“The Birth of a Nation’’
Coming direct from 8 months at the Columbia theatre,
Symphony Orchestra of Thirty
PRICES: Nights, 25^ to $1; Boxes $1.50; Saturday
Matinee, 25^ to 75^; Boxes, $1
SEAT SALE THURSDAY
Mail orders accompanied by remittance filled in order
Room and Board
The E. L. Cornelius Residence
MRS. L. J. SHOTT
768- 13th. Phone 268-R.
Be1n Theta Pi entertained informally
on Friday evening with a dancing party
at the chapter house. The patrons and
patronesses for the affair were Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Pratt, Dr. and Mrs. Timothy
Cloran, Professor and Mrs. Frederick
Young, and Dean Elizabeth Fox. The
house was attractively decorated with
greens and cut flowers. The guest list
included Mary Murdock, Marguerite
'Gross, Cleome Carroll, Marion Grebel,
Leura Jerard, Margaret Rogers, Jose
phine Driscoll, Lucille Stanton, Lorraine,
Mahoney, Helen Downing, Lucinda
Cochran, Mildred Broughton, Mamie Gil
lette, IteJen Bracht, Anne Dawson, Carol
Montague, Melba Williams, Marion Cof
fey, Puth Montgomery, Nellie Reidt, and
« # 4
Mrs. Joseph Moss spent Teusday and
Wednesday with her daughter, Jeannette,
at the Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
Gary Howard left on Wednesday for
Salem, Oregon. Miss Howard, who is a
Kappa Alpha Theta pledge, will leave
soon for her home in Aberdeen, Mis
sissippi. She made many friends during
her stay at the University.
£ # «
McLeod Maurice, ’19, of Portland, is
a guest at the Phi Delta Theta house.
Mrs. R. R. Butler and daughter, Bet
ty, were Monday guests of Elsie Fitz
maurice at the Kappa Alpha Theta house.
# £ «
Helen Downing, ’18, of Seaside, Ore
gon, is a guest at the Chi Omega house.
Miss Downing will return to college in
# # #
raceme Miller was a guest or ixappa
Kappa Gamma during the week end.
Mrs. A. D. Garner, of Astoria, spent
the early part of the week at the Kap
pa Alpha Theta house, visiting her
daughter Jessie Garner.
« * #
Miss Elizabeth Fox, Lillian Littler,
Helen Purington, Celeste Foulkes, Gert
rude May, Genevieve Keller, Dorothy
Duniway and Gladys Smith were dinner
guests of Mrs. E. K. Wheeler on Thanks
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land with Multnomah dub, Februairy
The games between Oregon Agricul
tural College and the University of Ore
gon are scheduled as follows:
Oregon Agricultural College at Eu
gene, January 12 and If!.
University of Oregon at Corvallis, Jan
uary 19 and 20.
The 1917 track schedule is:
May 5, University of Oregon vs. Ore
gon Agricultural College at Corvallis.
May 11, University of Oregon vs. Uni
versity of Washington at Eugene.
Mr. 19, Pacific Coast Conference meet
at Seatt»», Washington.
June 2, Pacific-Northwest Conference
meet at Pullman, Washington.
DANCE CLASS OPENS
The class in social dancing wh ch Miss
Rader and Miss Goldsmith are conducting
met after a rest of several weeks, due to
vacation, and football games.
DO YOUR C. RISTMAS SHOPPING in EUGENE [
You Will Have Lit
tle Time After
Shop Now, When
You can take Your
Time in Selecting
LUCKEY’S GIFTS ALWAYS PLEASE
Gifts for Ladies Gifts for Men
Many other suggestions at the store. Come in and let us assist you m your selection. I
Prices In Plain Figures
LUCKEY’S JEWELRY STORE
Established in 1869
SOCCER SQIUD MUST
GET MORE PRICTICE
Coach Dyment Issues Ultima
tum as Result of Showing
The early snowfall Tuesday prevented
the soccer squad from getting the prac
tice, which according to Coach Dyment,
is absolutely necessary if the percent
age column is to be kept free from de
feats. The coach was none too pleased
with the varsity’s exhibition against
Multnomah. The clubmen were on the
offensive practically all the time, parti
cularly toward the end of the game. If
the halves were 15 minutes in length the
locals might do some rushing themselves
hut 35 minutes wears the boys out. To
get them into condition to play a game
at. top speed all the way is the intention
of the coming practices.
Herb Heywood’s place at center half
will probably be filled by Hinson, al
though it depends on how the other can
didates show up the next two weeks.
This is the most important position on
the team and requires a player who
knows the game thoroughly. Hinson is
a newcomer this year and has a lot to
The rest of the team will line up as
usual. The last two games have develop
ed more team play than wns evident in
the opening game against O. A. C. and
the passing and dribbling has become
more sure. Jimmy Sheehy and Nelson
between them have shot all the goals
scored in the three games so far, Sheehy
booting four and Nelson putting two
through the posts.
Soccer apparently has gained a strong
foothold in thq interest of the stu
dents this year. The short season and
early schedule of games has found favor
with the players and more have come out
than in any previous year.
It is far better to
COOK WITH GAS
Than to gas with the Cook
! ORtGON POfcEJ CO.
First Class Hotel of City
Caters to Student Banquets
Our Sunday Night Dinners
Music by Hendershott’s
Hundreds of dozens of absolutely new and
up to date neckties for men. Every weave
and color combination is new and distinctive.
25c to $3.00
Oregon Robes, Pendleton Indian
Hundreds of appropriate gifts for Men,
Women and Children
TABLE SUPPLY CO.
Our home cooking department is turning out some mighty
appetizing things to eat. Tastes just like home
PIES COOKIES SALADS
CAKES DOUGHNUTS BAKED BEANS
The Store of Good Things to Eat
Going Home for Christmas and New Year’s Holidays?
In effect from Eugene December 21 and 22, return limit,
January 8, to all points in Oregon, on the OREGON ELEC
TRIC and OREGON TRUNK, and The NORTH BANK
ROAD, Portland to Rainier.
Also, on the same dates, with the same limits, to points
in Washington and northern Idaho, via these lines, and con
HOLIDAY LOCAL FARES ON OREGON ELECTRIC
Between points on this line Decembei’ 22 to 25th and 30,
31 and January 1, return limit, January 3.
THROUGH TICKETS SOLD, BAGGAGE CHECKED and
BERTH RESERVATIONS ARRANGED BY LOCAL
Low Fares—Round Trip to California
S.S. Northern Pacific sails Dec. 9, 14, 19, 23, 28
H. R. KNIGHT, Agent, Eugene.