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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1917)
742 Willamette Street
The Store that Sells
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.
8th and Willamette Eugene, Ore.
G. S. Beardsley, M. I).
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
104 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
Dr. B. F. Scaiefe
Physician and Surgeon
217 White Temple
Phones: Ofc. 3; Res. 1156
GIRL VICTORS MAY
CUSH III EUGENE
Champions of Western and
Eastern Sections of State
A. R. Tiffany Is Asked if Plan
Would Meet With Favor
With the Pendleton girls basketball
team of eastern Oregon and the Oakland
gills team of western Oregon winning
the championship in their respective
sessions, interest now centers in seeing
the two teams clash for the state cham
1 ionship. From reports - coming from
Pendleton and Oakland the University is
the favored place of both places for the
staging of such a match.
There would be special interest in the
match on the campus from the fact
that both teams are coached by former
students and graduates who were friends
here while undergraduates and who are
loth well and favorably known to many
of the present student body. The Pen
dleton team’s coach is Miss Louise Bai
ley. who received her degree from the
University in the spring of 1010. She
was president of the Women’s league, a
member of Ivappa Kappa Gamma and
a member of the student council in her
undergraduate days. Likewise the coach
of the Oakland team. Anthony Jaureguy,
I was closely allied with student activities
while in the University. In his senior
year he was the manager of the Emerald.
He graduated in the spring of 1015, and*
is a brother of Nicholas Jaureguy, stu
dent body president.
Miss Bailey is physical director of the
young women at Pendleton and coached
the quintet of girls that victoriously
swept the eastern part of the state this
winter, while at the same time the team
coached by Jaureguy was clinching the
western pennant. Miss Bailey and Jaur
eguy were friends in their undergradu
ate days and in their correspondence
there came the first suggestion of a
championship game between their pet
A letter has been received by Gradu
ate-Manager Tiffany from the superin
tendent of the Pendleton schools asking
if the plan of staging the match would
find favor here. The match would prob
ably be staged* either the week-end of
February 25 or March 5.
It is far better to
cook mm cas
Than to gas with the Cook
OREGON POKES CO.
Dr. E. L. Zimmerman
Suite 200, White Temple
Office Phone 619 Res. 1082
DR. PENCE IS COINS
Is Successor to Dr. Henry Mar
cott of Portland.
Will Lecture to Oregon Women
On February 19, 20
Dr. Edward II. IVn'c, successor to Dr.
Henry Marcotte >f the Westminster
Presbyterian church i:. Portland, is to
be on the campus February 10, 20. and
21 to give special lectures to the women
at the sane time that I>r. J. D. Adams
is lecturing to the men.
Dr. Pence has had wide experience in
student work, having organized two stir
dent churches at Ann Arbor during the
twelve years of his pastorate in Detroit,
lie has studied student problems many
He is said to be a man of pleasing per
sonality and a good speaker.
The talks are to be short. They will
occupy only one hour, from 7 to S
All meetings will be held on the campus
and an opportunity will be given for
The women of the University are urged
to keep the dates of these talks free as
far as possible, as it is considered a big
opportunity to have a man of Dr. Pence’s
experience on the campus to talk to the
EUTAXIANS WILL INSTALL
Installation of new members will take
place at Eutaxian meeting to be held in
the library this evening. Martha lleer
ard Marion Neal have been appointed as
the committee in charge of the society’s
page in the Oregana and their report
will be brought up this evening.
The officers to be installed are Marian
Tuttle, president; Miriam Page, vica
president; Dorothy Dunbar, secretary;
Esther Jacobson, treasurer; Helen Johns,
critic; and Mildred Steinmetz, sergeant
♦ GLEE CLUB TRYOUT ❖
Tryouts for two places in the
♦ second soprano section of the <>
♦ Women’s Glee Club will be held ♦
♦ Thursday afternoon in the Music ♦
♦ hall between the hours of three ❖
♦ and four. ♦
IVA WOOD, Secretary ❖
Bangs Livery Co.
All Stage Lines
Transfer Day or Night
FOR 3B JEOraVTES
Fraternities and Sororities
Have Ceremonies for Se
Three Houses Give Banquets in
Honor of Their New
Five initiations were held on the
campus during the past week-end.
(lamina l’hi Beta initiated the follow
ing pledges on Saturday afternoon and
evening: Viola Crawford, Esther Hill,
Grace Ilaminerstrom. Irene Strowbridge,
Naomi Marcellas and Marjory Kay.
Lucinda Cochran. .Mildred i’egg. Noemi
Bernard, Mildred Emmett, Loraine
Mahony, Florence Ilemenway, Gladys
llarhkc, Bell Messick and Anna Lee
Miller were initiated by Chi Omega sor
ority Friday evening. A banquet in honor
of the nitintes was given at the Hotel
Osborn after tv„> ceremonies.
I’i Beta Phi sorority initiated Louyse
McCandliss. Gertrude Cowgill, Adda
Martin, Dora Brichnrd and Nell Warwick
on Saturday afternoon.
Beta Theta Pi held initiation on Sat
urday night for nine pledges: Glen Macey,
Herman Edwards, Frank E. Fowler,
Donald Robinson Curtis Peterson.
Franklin Miller, Frank Foster, Harold
White and Forest Watson. Immediately
after initiation a banquet was given at
the Hotel Oslmrn in honor of the new
Seat Sale for “The
Dictator” opens at
the Box Office of
the Eugene Thea
ter, Thursday, 9 a.
m. Phone for Res
Pictures, Picture-Framing, Books and Stationery
Church and School Pubishing Company
832 Willamette St.
Dickens Characters Re-immortalized
SCENE FROM “OLIVER TWIST,” A PARAMOUNT PICTURE PRODUCEO
Herewith appear Marie Doro as Oliver Twist, Tully Marshall as Fagin,
Hobart Bosworth as Bill Sikes and Raymond Hatton as the Artful Dodger In
the Lasky adaptation of "Oliver Twist” for the Paramount Program. In def
erence to the fact that Dickens is recognized as the peer of all character delin - .
eators, the motion picture producers studied every type in the picturlzatloi
most carefully before engaging a single person. That the work was well don*
is amply shown by these four characters who seem to have stepped directly
from the great novelist’s pages.
Blossom Time in
the Golden State
A friend just back from Southern
California says: “The weather was
fine, in fact too warm for heavy
clothes. Many were bathing at the
beaches. Oranges were ripe in the
valleys, while the mountains nearby
were covered with snow.”
With warm sunny weather it will
not be long before the blossoms on
the trees will be everywhere announ
cing that spring time is here.
Take a vacation trip now where life is dif
ferent; where climate surroundings and
amusements are out of the ordinary. Spend
a different February.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
Scenic Shasta Route
will take you there in comfort
Ask the agent
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent, Portland.
Southern Pacific Lines
“California Orange Day, March 10”
W. A. KUYKENDALL
The Rexall Store
870 Willamette St. Eugene, Oregon
e tiake Washing
FISHER LAUNDRY CO.
Buy your note book fillers till you have
seen the new stock at the
Leave your old hooks here—
Buy your new books here
-Save Your Good Money Here
Just off the Campus on 13th Avenue.