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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (May 10, 1917)
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PEP DEBATE FRIDAY
Championship of Oregon to Be
Determined at Guild Hall.
Silverton and Joseph Will Meet
in Finals; 70 Schools
Thn high school debate championship
of Oregon will he determined Friday
evening in Ouild hall, when the Silver
ton high school team will meet the Jo
seph debaters. Itholin Cooley and Edwin
Itnrno for Silverton will uphold the af
firmative and (iiiy Davis and Arthur
Rudd for Joseph, the negative, of the
question, “Resolved, that Oregon should
adopt a compulsory health insurance
law embodying rii" essential features of
the standard hill of the American Asso
ciation for Labor Legislation.”
Silverton and Joseph have won places
in this final contest defeating their op
ponents in district and inter-district de
bates. The state was divided into ten
districts, 72 high schools in all, entering
the contest, the largest number ever en
rolled in the Oregon High School Debate
League, under whose auspices these de
bates have been given.
The winners, besides securing the cham
pionship of the state, will gain the Uni
versity debate cup for a year. The cup
becomes the permanent possession of the
team winning it three successive times.
Xo school, in the five years the cup has
been up for competition, has secured it
for more than one year. Prineville won
the championship last year; Salem, 1914
1.">: Pendleton, 11)13-14; North Bend,
1912-13; Albany, 1911-12.
The judges of the debate will he Dean
Collins of the Oregonian, Jesse McCord,
principal of the Montuvilia school, Port
land, and I. II. Van Winkle.
COACH OF SENIOR PLAY
WOMEN NOTICE! ♦
All t’uiversity women come to ♦
the campus luncheon tomorrow in ♦
light dresses prepared to march ♦
in the military parade. Red ♦
crosses will he furnished on the ♦
Signed: COMMITTEE ♦
Sheehy is Elected
(Continued from page one)
I .our.a .Tenud, the other candidate, re
ceived 249 votes.
Three hundred and ninteen Votes made
Harry Crain editor of the Emerald. De
Witt Gilbert, his nearest rival for the
position, received 287 votes, and Adrienne
Jeannette Calkins won the manager
ship of the Emerald from Joe Denn by
90 votes, receiving in all 375 votes to
The closest race of all was that for the
editorship of the Oregami, secured by
Helen Brenton by the narrow margin
of one vote. Her total was 323 while
Harolds Newton scored 322. Jame
Vance the sole aspirant for the office
of Oregana Manager, received G53 votes.
Charles Huntington and Charles Ban
dore were elected to serve on the Execu
tive Committee with 049 votes to the
credit of each. Clifford Mitchell, Will
iam Snyder, and Dorris Medley were
placed on the Athletic Council by 651
votes for each one.
Of the three men elected to Senior
membership of the Council Ken.
neth Moores received the highest total,
543 votes. Randall Scott came next
with 407, and Don Newberry followed
with 430. Walter Mytrs ,the unsuc
cessful candidate totaled 419.
Martha Tinker headed the list of Sen
ior' women with 377 tallies. Cora Hos
ford received second highest number
amounting to 322. The three other can
didates, Erma Keithley, Clytie Hall, and
Viola Peterson received 250, 210, and 73
Lynn Me C ready and Burle Bramhall
were chosen men to represent the junior
class in the Student Council, the former
.scoring 503 votes and the latter 500.
Nellis Hamlin received 188 votes
Lillian Boylen won the place of Junior
woman by 400 votes to Beatrice Thurs
ton's 201. William Steers was elected
Sophomore member by 370 votes. John
Benefiel totaled 278.
The constitutional amendment giving
the Executive Committee veto power, by
a four-fifths vote, over the appropriations
made by the council or committee, passed
by the majority of 210 to 27.
Ernest Watkins had charge of the polls
and appointed as clerks to serve tit dif
ferent periods of thi day, Helen Johns,
Mary Alice Hill, Dorothy Dunbar, Helen
Currey, Frank Folts, Tyre’ll Carner,
Eulalie Crosby, Jean Rickey, Johnson
Leonard, Max Ueigard, Dwight Wilson,
Nicholas Juureguv, Jennie Huggins, and
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Use preferred Stock Groceries and
send your guests home happy.
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SENIOR PLAY TOMORROW (FRIDAY)
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