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K MAR. IS
Kenneth Armstrong and Ralph
Holzman to Represent U.
Hugh Brunk and Carlton Sav
age to Meet Washington in
Seattle, Same Time.
The University of Oregon debating
team will meet the debating team of
British Conmbia University, for the first
time on the evening of March 15. when
1 the coast league debate between those
teams is to be held at Villard hall.
The Oregon team. Kenneth Armstrong
and Ralph Hoi?,man, is to have the af
firmative. Armstrong, captain, who has
represented Oregon in debate before, is
effective in delivery, and particularly
strong in 'argument, according to Walter
Myers, who has been coaching the. team
since Professor Prescott left for Camp
Holzman, the other member of the
team, was a strong debater at Lincoln
high school, from which ho entered the
University last October, and Is especial
ly good in delivery, says Mr. Myers.
British Columbia entered the coast
league to take the place of Leland Stan
ford. The members of the British Co
lumbia team are W. J. Couper and A.
W. Webster. The judges for the de
bate will be H. II. Herdman, Frank H.
Hilton, and Samuel White, all of Port
The question for the debate is, “Re
solved. That at the close of the present
war the nations of the world should
establish an international supreme court,
to pass upon all international disputes,
with an international constabulary to
enforce its decisions.”
Two other debates are to be held at
this time, one between Oregon and Wash
ington. at Seattle, and the other be
tween British Columbia iiud Washing
ton, at Vancouver, B. C. Oregon will
be represented at Seattle by Hugh
Brunk, captain, and Carlton Savage,.
Walter Myers will accompany these men
to Seattle Wednesday. The same ques
tion is to be debated in both these
TRE MU SORORITY IS GUEST
Mrs. Eric Allen Entertains Business Or
ganization and Guests.
Mrs. Eric Allen entertained the mem
bers of Tie Nu, a business sorority,
and their guests at her Alder street
home Sunday afternoon. A short busi
ness meeting was held, at which time
a nominating committee, consisting of
Mae Murray, chairman, Ella Rawlings,
and Sadie Hunter, was appointed to
choose a list of officers for the follow
ing year, who will be elected at the next
regular meeting on April 14, at which
time Mrs. Albert R. Sweetser has in
vited the club to meet with her. Mrs.
Alien and Miss Mary Watson gave short
talks on, “The Responsibility of the
Business Girl.” Refreshments were
Beside^ the members of Tre Nu, the
following guests were present: Harriett
Garrett, Eileen Tomkins, Beatrice
Thurston, Elizabeth Giusey, Florida Hill,
and Erma Huff.
There will be a special meeting for
the members of Tre Nu Friday after
noon at 5, at the Bungalow.
PROFESSORS TO DO BIT
James Gilbert and Peter Crockett Will
Go IntocHarveat Fields.
Tlie lure of the harvest field now holds
Dr. James Gilbert and Professor Feter
C. Oockatt in its grip, and when the
spring term of school is finished, they
plan to make tracks for Washington to
do their bit.
Professor Crockatt leasts five sum
mers of experience in the harvest busi
ness, but, although Dr. Gilbert was
raised on a farm, he has yet to be
initiated into the proper use of a com
I. W. W.’s add to the aspect, and the
professors consider the opportunity un
usually good to get first-hand informa
tion on the present economic situation,
while they help Uncle Sammy gather in
his grain to keep the soldier boys from
POMONA COLLEGE TO HAVE R.O.T.
After Twe Years' Effort, California In
stitution Gets Camp.
Pomona College, locate*) at Clare
mont, Cal., has been granted, after two
years’ effort along military linee, a
reserve officers’ training ramp. Major
Charles B. Vodges will be military in
MANY WINNERS FOR U.
IN ORATORICAL CONTESTS
From 1908 to Present Oregon Students
Have Brought Home Victor
ies From State Meets.
Oregon sustained a long succession of
victories for either first or second place
in state oratorical contests when Abra
ham Rosenberg carried off the medal for
first place in the contest held last Sat
urday at Salem.
As far back ns 1908, Oregon’s vic
tories were in progrrss. although there
are two years. 1909 and 1910. during
which Walter Myers cnnnot remember
The record is as follows: 1908, Bert
Prescott, first place; 1911. David Pick
ett, first place; 1912. .Tames Donald,
second place; 1913, Howard Zimmer
man, second place; 1914, Carlton Spen
cer, first place; 1915, Victor Morris,
first place; 1910, Walter Myers, first
place; 1917. Earl Floischmsn, second
place; 191S, Abraham Rosenberg, first
Victory in two pence contests held
in the years 1915 and 1914. are also on
Oregon’s record. In 1915. Peter C.
Croekatt won second place, aud was
awarded a $50 prize. In 1914. Victor
Morris represented the University in the
peace contest, and was aawrded $75 and
the first prize. Afterward he was the
Pacific coast representative at a na
tional contest, held in New York, where
he won one of the awards.
U. PLEDGES SERVICE
TO THIN 1,000 MEN
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begin coming in some time in the sum
mer. by which time arrangements will
be made to handle them. The time each
man will stay in 'the University will de
pend upon his course. Some of the
classes may complete their work in six
weeks, where others will take six
months. It is planned, however, to ac
commodate approximately 1000 men at
all times so long ns the demand exists.
MEN AT MONTANA LEARN TO KNIT
Dean of Women Aids Would-be Work
ers, and a Quilt is Being Mode.
The men at the University of Mon
tana are beginning to knit, says the
lvuimeu. Two came into a dining room
at noon with mysterious paper sacks.
When asked if they were intending to
carry away some of the food, they said:
“No, these arc our knitting bags.”
“Have you your knitting ‘set up’ yet?”
asked the dean of women.
“No,” they replied, “but would you
help us. pleaseV”
Mrs. Wilson, the dean, gladly com
plied with their request, and the men
are now making six-inch squares for a
Hed Cross quilt.
New Dresses, Suits and Coats are here for Easter
wear. Everyone wants to dress up when spring comes.
Every section of our store radiates the newness of spring
things. Go home for vacation looking your best.
for every occasion—street, school, dinner, afternoon and
evening; silks, wool poplins, georgettes, even new tub
dresses in white and colors. We also have dress skirts,
in the new plaids and stripes. We can make skirts to your
order or you can select from our stock.
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