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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 15, 1917)
FROSH IDE ELIGIBLE
Can Play in All Sports in North
Meeting at Spokane Reaches
Freahmen will be permitted to play on
*Vanrity teams according to a rule adopt
ed by the Northwest intercollegiate con
ference at ita annnnl meeting held in
Spokane yesterday. From now on first
year men may engage in all forms of in
This rnle will probably not effect Ore
gon as the Pacific Coast conference de
cided to continae the one-year rule and
Idaho is the only college outside of the
Coast conference which Oregon will j
The conference wili nonce out its
schedules for the spring sports and foot
ball also at a meeting today. Oregon, :
Washington and O. A. C. did not have
delegates present at the meeting yester- (
Eligibility rules were drafted with re- |
speot to men in service. It was decided
that a student returning from service
n.'ight immediately be eligible to par
ticipate in athletics. The conference may
decide to eliminate either track or base
ball but the decision will go over until
Professor M. F. Angell of the Lni- j
versit.v of Idaho was re-elected president ,
of the Northwest Conference and Mr.
Bohler of W. S. C. re-elected secretary. J
Delegates from Whitman, W. S. C.,
Idaho and Montana were present at the
New Film Shop
J. W. ANDERSON, Prop.
Expert Developing and Printing.
EVERY SNAP, A PICTURE. OR
THE REASON WHY.
Now, what more can you ask? We aim to see that you
get RESULTS from your picture taking.
Also Campus Scenes and Eastman Films for sale.
New location, 964 Will. Street, just south of Monarch
Round Trip Tickets sold December 21
and 22, from Eugene to all points on Oregon
Electric and The NORTH RANK ROAD,
from Rainier to Spokane, Wash., with final
limit of January 7, 1918.
.Oregon Electric Agents Sell Through Tickets to All
“• Points in Washington and Idaho.
, H. R. KNIGHT. Agent, EUGENE.
Reduced round-trip fares to California, Oregon, Wash
ington and Idaho points will enable you to go home for
Christmas and New Year’s. v- '
CALIFORNIA Sale dates to Cauromta points
December 21st to 23rd and
26th to 28th, inclusive. Return
limit January 15th*
OREGON Sale dates between an stations
WASHINGTON in Oregon and from all stations
IDAHO in Oregon to stations on other
lines in Oregon, Washington and
Idaho, December 22nd to 26th.
inclusive. Return limit January
* Ask nearest S. P. agent for particulars
JOHN M. SCOTT
Genwal IVsaiTijwr Agent
Southern Pacific Lines
RED CROSS VESPER SUBJECT
President Campbell to Be Speaker; Sp»
ciat Music Arranged.
‘Red Cross work” will be the theme
of President Campbell’s address at the
Christmas vesper service, to be held at
4:30 p. m., in Villard hall, Sunday, De
cember 16. The president will take up
some phases of the Red Cross work
The greater part of the program will
consist of musical numbers of the Uni
versity choir, which has been training
under Mr. John Evans. Curtis Peter
son will sing a solo.
This will be the last vesper service of
The musical program follows:
Anthem—When Power Divine, ..Faure
Double anthem-Benedictus and Agnus
Dei (from the mass of St. Cecilia)
Solo—Abide With Me .Lidd'c
Double anthem—Sanctus (Mass of St.
Cecilia) . Gounod
H. B.MILLER IS RECOVERING
Direotor of School of Commerce May
Soon Be Back on Campus.
Recent advices from Portland indi
cate that H. B. Miller, director of the
School of Commerce, who has been seri
ously ill at his home there for the last
few days, is gradually recovering. While
it is probable that Mr.*Miller will be de
tained in his home for a week or so
longer, he is expected back on the cam
pus at the beginning of the next term.
All juniors who have not had their pic
tures taken and who still wish to get
them in the Oregana, report at the li
brary between 1:45 and 3:15 Monday or
Tuesday provided the sun is shining. If
the pictures are not secured before
Christmas, they will be left out of the
BUY THAT CHRISTMAS GIFT AT
You will find few places better equipped to fill
the student needs than this store. Our stock was
bought simply for students. We have chosen things
that they need and want. So if you are a student buy
at the real Student Store.
GIFT SUGGESTIONS FROM THE CO-OP:
OREGON WATCH FOBS
OREGON SEAL BELTS
GOLD PEN KNIVES
Don’t forget your “Blue Book” for exam week. Six
*™ 10c. Also Fountain Pens, Pencils and
Words are not need
ed to express the
Puff Boxes Powder Boxes
Traveling Manicure Sets
Manicure Roll-up Sets
Candle Sticks Jewel Cases
Shaving Sets Soap Boxes
Clothes Brushes Clocks
Special Delivery in
Your Time for Christmas Shopping
Stock of useful and appropriate articles
will make gift-choosing pleasurable.
Give Your Soldier a
The pictures he sends
you will be cherished for a
lifetime. They will give
you an idea of his camp
life and comrades.
Whitman and Johnson’s
high grade confections
packed in attractive boxes.
A size for every purse.
We sell these candies be
lieving them to be the very
best we can offer.
An elegance and refinement of style and texture un
equaled by any other make. An ideal gift.
764 WILLAMETTE ST.
Suggestions for use
ful gifts in
Toilet Sets in Bags
Toilet Sets in Cases
Tourist Tablet Cases
tu'ses—wadies’ and Men’s
Playing Card Sets