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At McGill University (Canada) 164 of
the 174 Seniors in Science have gone to
The Yale Bowl ie to be converted in
to an armed camp as part of the pre
paredness program at that university.
PI PHIS DEFEATED 18-16
Tri Delts Take Close Game Yesterday;
Will Play Triple B Saturday.
With a score of 18 to 10, the Delta
Delta Delta baseball team defeated the
Pi Beta Phi team yesterday afternoon.
It will play the Triple B team on Sat
urday at 9 a. m.
The Mary Spiller nine which defeated
the Delta Gammas last Wednesday with
a score of 26 to 17, will enter the finals
against the winners of a game scheduled
tomorrow between the Oregon club and
the Kappa Kappa Gammas.
The Y. W. C. A. tea^n will play Gamma
Phi Beta on Friday afternoon. The fi
nals for the season will be played on
Field Day, May 26.
“The following men will report
at the hours designated in the
Geological Laboratory, adjacent
to the Museum in the Administra
tion building, for work in reading
of topography maps.”
1 p. in.
S p. m.
Jensen, C. H.
Jensen, P. L.
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Signed: W. D. Smith.
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Office hours 10-12; 2-5 p. m.
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P. L. Campbell to Conclude
Eastern Trip This Week.
Visits War Department and At
tends Meetings of Council
of National Defense.
President P. L. Campbell is expected
to return to Oregon from his eastern trip
the latter part of the week, according
to Karl W. Onthank, secretary to Presi
dent Campbell, who received word to that
effect recently. President Campbell who
has oeen looking for an instructr to take
over the work in household arts next
year, has visited Washington D. C., Cam
bridge. Boston and is in Chicago now,
from whtre he expects to go to Missouri
and perhaps Wisconsin. While in Wash
ington, President Campbell attended the
meetings of the National Association of
State Universities, and those of the
Council of National Defense. He also
visited the war department in connection
with military affairs at the University.
Pres dent Campbell will return to Ore
gon by way of the middle west, visiting
the leading universities of that section.
This trip is in the nature of an annual
tour for the purpose of securing a sort
of census of material to fill possible va
cancies on the University of Oregon
(Continued from page one)
the Property Tax,” by A. L. Veazie, at
“Tentative Outline of Features of Sys
tem of Taxation with Classification Au
thorized,” by Charles V. Galloway, Ore
gon state tax commissioner. This paper
will be followed by a Round Table Con
ference on a plan of campaign and ex
plaining the uniform tax classification
General topic: The general topic of
the first session of the nfternoon will be
"The People of the Nation at Large and
the Oregon ePople in Co-operation in the
Development of Oregon's Resources.”
The following papers will be read:
“The National Forests and the Ad
jacent Communities,” by A. G. Jack
son, education department, National
“Land Colonization Policy for Ore
gon,” by Louie L. Sharp, chief of the
field division of the Central Land Of
“Conditions Affecting Welfare of the
Lumber Industry in Oregon,” George
M. Cornwall, editor of the Timberman.
The second session of the afternoon
will be devoted to a Round Table con
ference on the organization of road main
tenance and on planning consecutive
work on county road systems on an in
The sessions up to and including Fri
day evening will be held in Guild hall
in the University administraton building.
The Saturday sessions will be held in the
assembly hall of the education building.
The issTies to come up at the confer
ence are summarized by Professor Young
as follows: how to insure the purpose of
the war when won: enlightened treat
ment of offenders and defectives; equal
ity and justice in taxation; development
of adequate municipal, state and national
co-operative system of employment
agencies securing of orderly and healthy
growth of city and country through ra
tional planning; active, trustful and gen
erous co-operation of nation and state
in developing Oregon resources.
In general, Professor Young urges that
those interested in these questions make
their citizenship more efficient through
attending the ninth annual commonwealth
conference. Reduced rates for the con
ference have been granted by the rail
roads on the certified plan.
SENIOR PLAY BRINGS $367
Money Goes to Aid Woman’s Buildings
as Memorial of Class.
“Climber’s” brought to the Senior
class $387 of which approximately $100
will be cleared when all bills are in.
The money is to go for the Senior Me
morial. The class considered several
things but settled on the Woman’s build
Spoons are the only table silverware
with which freshmen women may eat at
Ohio State. Those who disobey tile
rule are compelled to stand in front of
the girls’ dormitory and feed peanuts
to the passersby.
Five Yale men have received the
Croix de Guerre aL the hands of the
French government for valiant services
with the Ameiican Ambulance Field Set
vice at the European battle front.
♦ DELTA THETA PHI ♦
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Alumni News Notes
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Skei, former Uni
versity students, are being felicitated on
the arrival of Alfred, Jr., born May 2,
1917. Mr. Skei is of the class of 1014
and Mrs. Skei is an ex student of 1017
Oiive Zimmerman ’13, of Portland, and
Maude Ivncaid of Ashland are alumnae
guests of the Delta Gamma house.
Uuy Fleming, ’15, of Portland and
Blower Early ’14, of Portland are alumni
guests of the Sigma Chi house.
Alphi Phi is going to entertain the
alumnae members of her chapter on June
Agnes Driscoll, ’19, and Jennie Hunter
’16, of the Delta Delta Delta fraternity
are coming to summer school this year.
Engagement Is Announced
The engagement of Miss Hazel Rals
ton, ’15, to Ensign Arthur D. Struble,
who is aboard the United States steam
ship Glacier, the supply ship of the Pa
cific Fleet, was announced yesterday.
Miss Ralston is a member of the Delta
Dtita Delta fraternity and was graduated
from the University in 1015. Mr. Struble
was graduated from Annapolis in the
same year. Miss Ralston and Mr.
Struble were classmates at the Ladd
school in Portland where they received
their earlier education. The marriage
was originally planned for September
but will probably take place earlier.
Ruth Hardy, ’12, of Portland, a mem
ber of the Kappa Kappa Gamma fra
ternity, is coming to summer school this
William and Clark Burgard, former
Oregon students, and members of the
Beta Theta Pi fraternity, joined the of
ficers' reserve and have been called out
Chet Fee, T6, a member of Beta Theta
Pi, has joined the navy.
Carl Fenton, ’15, a member of Beta
Theta Pi, has joined National Guards,
Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Dalzell, for
mer Oregon students are coming back to
Oregon May 15 to stay for commence
ment. Mr. Dalzell graduated from the
University in 1910 and is secretary of
the Men’s Club of the Fourth Presby
terian church in Chicago. Mrs. Dalzell,
(Mae Sage) took a B. A. in 1910 and
M. A. in 1911. Her home is Chicago,
Kate Stanfield, ’16, is substituting in
the Brownsville high school for the re
maining five weeks of school. She is
taking the nlnce of Gertie Tavlor. ’15,
who has gone to the Jefferson high
Chester Fee, ’16. went through Eu
gene last week on his way to the officers’
Janet Young, T4, who has been vis
iting in Eugene for the past few days
has left for Portland. From there she
will go to Salt Lake City to begin her
engagement with the Ellison-White
Olive Zimmerman, ’14, will spend Jun
ior week-end at the Delta Gamma house.
Florence Kendall and Grace McKenzie,
’16, were to be probable visitors at the
Gamma 1’hl Beta house this week-end.
If weather permitted they planned to
drive down by auto.
Jerry Bartstrand, ex-’lilf, is a week
end guest at Delta Tau Delta.
Kenneth Robinson, ’16, and Bruce
Holbrook, ’16, left last night for Presidio
to join the officers’ reserve corps.
Dalph Phipps, ex-’lO, of Medford vis
ited at the Phi Delta Theta houso Wed
Hermes Wrighton, '16, is spending the
week-end on the campus.
Elmer Hall, ’14, is in Eugene for a few
Albert Gillette, ex-’19, has been pro
moted from the Southern Pacific ticket
office in Eugene to the Portland office.
Ben Harding has joined the officers’
The Alumni association of the Uni
versity of Oregon, will hold a meeting
and election of officers next week. The
association intended to hold a meeting
yesterday, but on account of the Junior
parade, the meeting was called off. Most
of the members of the association reside
in Eugene, and very few of the outside
members came down for Junior Week
Raphael Geisler, (a member of the
T2 class of the University), has just
returned from Germany, where he has
been vice-consul of the United States,
for over a year. Mr. Geisler arrived in
Havana about three weeks ago, coming
there by way of Spain. From there he
went to Washington and then to New
York City. He is at present on his way
to Portland, Oregon, where he will re
main for the Summer. Carlyle D. Geis
ler, a brother, and a member of the ’15
class of the University, is at present in
New Milford, Connecticut, where he has
| enlisted in the engineering corps. He
has just completed a course in highway
engineering at Columbia University, New
York, where he was graduated in March.
Both are members of the Phi Delta Theta
“What is a monologue?”
“It is a sort of conversation you get
when you cal! on a prof.”—Yale Record.
♦ NOTICE ♦
♦ Nomination of Junior class ♦
♦ officers for 1919, Wednesday at ♦
♦ 5:00 o’clock in Guild Hall. ♦
♦ Signed: Robert Atkinson. ♦
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