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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1916)
Is the place that all the Col
lege men go for first class
G. W. Blair, Prop.
But that was long before we
LET US TRIM YOURS
SCIENTIFIC SHAVING and
HAIR-CUTTING IS OUR
Marx’s Barber Shop
829 Willamette St.
Directory of Eugene
Dr. M. C. Harris
Root 402 C. & W. Bldg.
8th and Willamette Eugene, Ore.
Office Hours: 9 to 12 a. m. 1 to 5 p. m.
Dr. L. L. Baker
Instructor’s Diploma N. U. D. S., '
Office 310 C. & W. Bldg.
Sth and Willamette Eugene, Ore.
G. S. Beardsley, M. D.
410-415 Cockerline & Wetherbee Bldg.
Office Phone 90 Res. Phone 350
Office hours 10-12; 2-5 p. m.
Dr. M. Ashton
Nerve, spine and stomach trouble, a
Violet and X-Rays, Vibration, etc.
Office opposite Eugene Theatre.
Dr. W. B. Lee
404 C. & W. Bldg. Eugene, Ore.
L. M. Travis
William G. Martin
Probate and Lands—Specialty
774 Willamette St. Eugene, Ore.
S. D. READ
865 Willamette St.
The Football Fan
I Campus Activities
Mrs. F. R. Waite, of Sutherlin, Ore
gon. spent the week-end with her daugh
ter, Ethel Waite.
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Mrs. Daisy Middleton and Mrs. G. H.
Parkinson were dinner guests at the
Delta Delta Delta house on Wednesday.
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Hal Harding, a member of Alpha Tau
Omega at Stanford University, and Jack
Stanton, of Hood River, were week-end
guests at the Alpha Tau Omega.
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Kappa Alpha Theta will entertain a
number of small children with a Christ
mas tree on Tuesday.
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Delta Delta Delta entertained with a
Pine Tree party Monday evening for its
alumnae and patronesses. Pine, holly
and red carnations were used as decora
j tions. On the small Christmas tree was
j a gift for each girl patroness. The gifts
were accompanied by appropriate verses,
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Miss Fitch entertained the active mem
bers and alumni of Delta Delta Delta
with a brown dinner on Saturday. The
decorations, place cards and menu were
brown and six tiny Brownies formed the
* * *
Sunday dinner guests at Kappa Alpha
Theta were Dorothy Parsons, Lloyd Te
gart, Joe Hedges and Jay Fox.
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Dean and Mrs. E. W. Allen will be din
ner guests of Kappa Kappa Gamma
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The Oregon alumni of Portland will
entertain for visiting alumni, students
and friends of the University at the
Multnomah hotel Thursday evening, De
cember 28. Dancing will be the feature
of the evening and besides the Tegular
numbers, several dancing exhibitions will
be staged. The proceeds of the dance
will be turned over to the Woman's
Largest stock ever display
ed in the valley, priced
from $4.00 up.
Our Goods are Always
One trial is convincing
66 Oth Ave. East
If it is
GOOD 10 EAT
Caswell & Whitton
We have our own
We specialize on
building fund. The general committee
consists of L. R. Alderman. Mrs. Alice
Benson Beach, and Elmer Furuset. Tick
ets will be on sale both in Eugene and
Portland and it is the hope of the
alumni that many students will lend their
support to help make the affair a suc
# # #
Mapril Keasey and Mary McDonald,
of Portland were week-end guests at the
Alpha Phi house.
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On Wednesday evening the German
club will entertain at the Y. W. C. A.
Bungalow with an informal Christmas
party. The girls of the club have been
asked to furnish “eats" and a good time
is assured all who are interested and
care to attend. As nearly as possible.
German Yuletide customs will be follow
ed and the hall will be decorated after
the fashion suggested by the season.
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The inter-fraternity council w;ill give
a Christmas party on Tuesday evening
in the Eugene chamber of commerce for
the poor children of Eugene. The dif
ferent fraternities have charge of the
details of the entertainment. The Lane
County Automobile club will escort the
children to and from their homes. After
a supper, presents will be distributed,
each child receiving a warm woolen cap
and a large bag of candy. The A. T. O’s
have charge of the entertainment and
their orchestra will furnish music.
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The freshman girls of Chi Omega and
Alpha Phi Entertained on Saturday
afternoon with a Christmas party
at which between 2f> and 110 poor children
were the guests. A gaily decked Christ
mas tree held -.rifts and candy for all
and the afternoon was spent in playing
games and listening to stories told by
Jannette Wheatley. Ice cream and large
cookies served as refreshments delight
ed the hearts of the small guests.
Genevieve Cooper, T5, spent last
week-end at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
President P. L. Campbell, Hr. and Mrs.
John Straub, and Dean Elizabeth Fox
were Wednesday evening dinner guests
at the Alpha Phi house.
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Miss Elizabeth Kelly, of Portland, is
visiting her grandmother, Mrs. A. G.
Barker at the Alpha Phi house this
week. Miss Kelly arrived in Eugene
Monday noon and will return to Port
land with Mrs. Barker on Thursday.
An event of November 29 was the
wedding of Ruth Doris Holmes, ex-’18
and W. Clint King at the home of the
bride’s parents, Judge and Mrs. Webster
Holmes, at Tillamook, Oregon. The
ceremony was very simple and came as a
complete surprise to even the closest
friends of the bride and groom. Mrs.
King was an Alpha Phi and well known
on the campus. Mr. King is a rancher
of Beaver, Oregon.
Practice Begins January 1st
With First Game Eleven
Don Rader May Direct Practice
Until Bez Returns From
In order to get his men in shape
for the early games with O. A. C.,
Coach Bezdek announced yesterday that
all varsity men would be back and prac
tice would begin January 1. The sche
dule calls for two games with O. A. C.,
January 12 and 13—less than a week
after Bezdek’s return from the Pen
nsylvania game. Until Bez returns prac-'
tice will probably be under the direction
of Don Rader, although definite choice
has not yet been made.
A conference of all varsity .bnsket
Imll candidates has been called for Wed
nesday afternoon at whicl^ime the men
will be registered and plWs, prospects,
requirements and announcements doped
Center will be the hardest position to
fill on the team this year. The contest
will be between Roberts, who is showing
good form on the senior team; D. Nel
son, a good consistent player with the
added advantage of height, and Glenn
Dudley. Dudley is a letter man in
basketball from the varsitj team of 1915
but his foot, injured in the Oregon -
O. A. C. football game puts him under a
Pictures, Picture-Framing, Books and Stationery
Church and School Publishing Company
832 Willamette St.
Have you purchased yours? Only a
week till Christmas eve. Remember you
will have no time to purchase presents
after reaching your home town, so why
not buy them NOW at
"A STORE WITH A REPUTATION”
We have acquired this reputation through
forty-seven years of business in Eugene. For
nearly half a century we have been catering
to a select trade and we now offer our services
considerable handicap for play this year.
The probable candidates for forward j
positions who will answer Bezdek’s call
are McCrendy, J. Fox, Cate, Farley and*
•15. Morrison, sophomores and Scaiefe,
who is now playing a forward on the sen
ior (|uintet. For guards there will be 1
Sims, C. Nelson, S. Huntington, Alex
ander. Phipps and II. Huntington. Hollis
and Shy Huntington will not be able to
turnout with the basketball squad when
they begin to work out January 1, but
will get on the floor as soon as Bezdek
and the football team returns front j
the south. |
“Oregon's chances for a 1017 team all j
depend on the way tin? boys turn out,” j
said Bezdek yesterday afternoon when j
announcing practice for the first of Jan- j
nary. “1 can’t tell anything about our
prospects now. I will have a bettor line [
on the men after they have had a chance
to show what is in them in the class
games and after I have seen them at the
conference Wednesday afternoon.”
HOUSING DATA DISCUSSED
Committee on Student Living Conditions
Reports Progress of Investigation.
Student living conditions were dis
cussed nt a meeting of the student living
committee on Tuesday. Data regard
ing housing of University students was
presented by the members of the com
mittee, and plans for further research
J. ]<’. Bovard, chairman of the com
mittee, says that the work of the com
mittee will continue for some time to be
mostly the gathering of notes on living
conditions. “We want to learn more !
about conditions before we take any |
definite action.” said Prof. Bovard.
“When we know more concerning the life
of the students in their homes while at
the University, we can work for the bet
terment of conditions.”
742 Willamette Street
Oregon Electric Ry
Thursday, December 21st
Leaves Eugene 1:20 p. m.—Arrives Portland Jefferson St. 5 p. m.
Arrives—North Bank Depot 5:15 p. m.
Albany... .$1,75.Round Trip
Portland.... $4.80.Round Trip
Returning special train leaves Portland, 7:00 p. m. Sunday, Jan.
7. Tickets for sale to all points with vaious return limits, Jan.
3 to 14th inclusive.
Low round trip rates to ’Frisco via palatial steamer Northern
Pacific to Pasadena and return $42.50, includes meals and berth
Wayne J. Stater, H. R. KNIGHT,
Campus Agent. Agent,