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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 17, 1918)
BAN PUT ON BARE
Another Desperate Race Will
Be Staged by Fourth
Year Men; Board to
Treasury Shows Surplus of
$134; Crandall Elected
Manager of Basketball.
A plea for the senior mustache was
made by Raymond Allen, chairman of
the tonsorial committee, in Wednesday’s
senior class meeting in Deady hall, when
he urged the men to make a valiant ef
fort to raise the traditional adornment.
“Other classes,” he declared, “have
been able to cultivate mustaches; why
can’t we? Let’s don’t be slackers.”
Dr. Bovard to Give Aid.
Dr. John Bovard, senior class nd
•viser, offered his hearty co-operation in
the work “I shall be glad,” said he,
“to give instruction in raising thcs«
much-desired marks of superiority.”
As an incentive to renewed efforts,
the class decided that at the next senior
party, no man should he admitted who
did not wear a mustache. Jeannette
Calkins, Harold Maison, Melba Williams
and Cord Sengstake, the committee in
charge of the party, say that there will
be no exceptions to the rule, and mus
taches, “camouflaged” or otherwise,
must be shown.
Class May Plant Tree.
“Slim” Crandall suggested that the
class plant a tree us a monument to the
memory of “days at Oregon.” Charles
Dundore, president, appointed Crandall
and Larue Blaeknby as a committee to
The following were appointed by Dun
dore as members of the senior play com
mittee: Oreston Muddoek, Harold
Cake, Tula Kinsley, Cleome Carroll and
The seniors were notified that all pic
tures for the Oreguua must be in by
February 10, and were told to prepare
their individual write-ups.
A report by Don Roberts, treasurer,
showed that the class has .$134 on hand.
Crandall was elected class basketball
TO COLLEGE WOMEN
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what can best do for emergency courses.
(Signed): P. L. Campbell.
The food economy lectures begun last
fruarter will be continued, and are open
for all women students or townspeople.
The first of the lectures for this quarter
will be given probably next week. An
nouncement will be made later.
Man Disturbs Rest of Tri
Delts in Wee Sma’ Hours
Housemother Calls Police and
Footprints Are Found Be
I’anic reigned for a time in the Delta
Delta Delta sorority house about 2:30
o'clock Wednesday morning when a man
was discovered prowling about on the
third floor of the building. The excite
ment became worse when the fellow in
descending the stairway to the second
floor stumbled and fell half way down
the stairs before he caught himself. The
girls who were not awake before were
startled from their slumber by the noise
of the man’s bumping down the steps,
and there was little or no sleep for the
occupants of the house during the rest
of that night.
The man was heard to descend to the
ground floor and leave the building
through a window. The housemother call
ed tip the police nnd Officers Jtristol and
Judkins responded. They found the foot
prints of n man beneath the window, but
were unable to follow them any distance.
Nothing was missed from the house.
The marauder was evidently discovered
before he could find anything to steal.
It is thought by the campus "hawk
shaws” that the miscreant who entered
Cost and Scarcity Cause 1920’s
to Abandon idea.
Sophomore Men Urged to Enter
Athletics; Class Picture
The plan to adopt green shirts as a
mark of distinction for sophomore men,
must be abandoned because of the scarc
ity and expense of wool, it was decided
at a meeting of the 1920’s Wednesday,
in Guild hall.
Everett Pixley, chairman of the com
mittee, reported that Eugene clothing
store men declare it would be almost
impossible to get green wool shirts.
“If we could get them,” said Pixle-y,
“they would be of poor material and
would cost four or five dollars.”
Jack Dundore, treasurer, after re
porting $27 in the treasury, urged the
class to practice economy hereafter.
Mori Margason asked all sophomores
to come out for basketball.
“The sophomores did credit to them
selves in interclass football and soccer”
he said. “There is no reason why we
could not do just as well in basketball.”
All sophomores who want to go out
for handball were asked by Mortimer
Brown to report at the men’s gym
nasium next Friday at 4 o’clock. “There
is a cup offered for handball,” said he,
“and the sophomores might as well
Herman Lind, chairman of the debat
ing committee, reported that the com
mittee has done nothing yet, as there
will be no debating until the third term.
The class picture was not taken, as
the photographer did not arrive. It will
be taken at some later date.
(he house and caused the sleepless night
for the Tri Celts was probably a fresh
man who had been sent on his precarious
errand as a part of his fraternity initia
tion. It is also a supposition that the
man had an accomplice who stayed on
the ground floor while his companion
rummaged about on the third story.
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BELT! lillS III LEID.
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part a wrestling match and part basket
ball. A little football was also in order,
but the floor was a little too hard for
that, so it was given up.
Joe Ingram shot the first basket for
the Phi Belts, and for a while it looked
as though his teammates would be able
to shut the Sigma Nu gang out, but
their fond hopes were sent glimmering
by Gilbert, who took advantage of an
open floor ard shot a nice one when no
one was looking. However, he, did not
do this until Morgason had made it four
for the Phi Belts. The Phi Belt team
was good at the wrestling end of the
program and so had the ball in their
possession most of the time. The final
score was $ to 4 in favor of the Belts.
fngrain, Morgason and Kennedy were
the shitrng lights of the Phi Belt quintet,
while Gilbert. Johns and Hollenbeck
prayed the most consistent game fot
Phi Belta Theta (,S) Sigma Nu (4)
Phipps .F. Goreczky
Morgason (2).C. Thompson
Kennedy .G. Gilbert (2)
Carl .G. Rambo
Substitutions—Sigma Nu: Johns (2)
for Goreczky; Phi Belta Theta: Strachan
t2) for Phipps, Pixley for Ingram, In
gram for Pixley.
B. T. B. (1C) B. T. P. (0)
Brown (G) .......F. Foster
Medley (G) ....... F. Spangler
Portwood (2) .O. Woodworth
Parr .G. Nelson'
Madden (2) .G. Bresser !
Substitutions—Beta Theta Pi
for Nelson, Referee, both games, Beau
Hair cut. 20c; shave, 10c: razors
honed, 20c. No. k shave free, ^th and
Park sL Rear U. S. Nat. bank. j
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