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WAR BOOKS ADDED
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Contents Deal With Proble-ms of
Day; Much Variety Shown
Nineteen new war bonks and nin'teen
pamphlets dealing with war problems
have been added to the Fuiversiiy of
Oregon library, according to .M. II. Doug
The list follows:
Andrews, M. K. S. Her Country. BBS
Bairnsfalher; A Few Fragments from
llib Life. HUS.
Braley B. In Camp and Trench. BUS.
Bryce, and others. Proposals fo" the
Prevention of Future Wars, i Pamphlet).
Chase, W. J. Great War. 1017.
Clearing House for Wartime Training
for Women. Opportunities for Wartime
Connolly,.!, B. I -boat Hunters. PUS
Kdwards, A. M. Conversion of Kaiser
Wilhelm. BI1S. (Pamphlet).
Estep, 11. C. How Woodtn Shiiis are
Fnrnani, It. S. Nation at Bay. (Set ■
bia). lit 18.
Florez, C. de. No. ti. A Few Pages
from the Diary of an Ambulance Driver.
Genet, Edward. Whir Letter. 1!HS.
Gibbons, II. A. Songs fr<an the
Harding S. It. Study of the Great
War. 11)18. (Pamphlet).
Herzog, S. Future of German Indus
trial Exports. 11)18.
Keen, W. W. Treatment of War
Dander, Harry Minstrel in France.
Leslie, Shade. Verses in Peace and
Libby, M. F. Organization of a State
for Patriotic Education. (Pamphlet).
Libby, M. F. War Points for Amer
Library of Congress. List of Ttefer
enees on Nursing in the European War.
McCurdy, C. A. Clean Peace.
Madison, AVis. Assn, of Commerce.
Mrs. Ruth McCallum
FISK HATS exclusively
Order Work a Specialty.
Room 22-24, Over First
War Activities. (Pamphlet).
Maun. Annette. Women Workers m
Factories. 1918. (Pamphlet).
.Meier, A. O. IIow the War Was Made
in Ocrmany. (Pamphlet).
Monroe, Clifford. Coin Calories for
.National Security League. Money, Mu
nitions and Ships. (Pamphlet).
Organization and Training Instructions
of Men Registered for the Draft
Neppokl, (it fried. Awakening of the
Herman People. (Pamphlet).
Xohbs, Hilbert. On the Light of the
llritish Ljne. 1918.
Prince. Morton. Creed of 1 teutsebtun..
Schreiner, (1. A. Iron Ration. 1918.
Sisson, F. if- Lffect of the War on
Knilroad Serurtties. (Pamphlet).
Songs the Soldiers and .Sailors Sing.
Spaeth, .1. D. Camp Ream r for Amer
Tenehers College, .New 1’ork. War
Van Tyne, C. II. Democracy’s educa
tion Problem. (Pamphlet).
White, J. IN'. Textbook of tile War
for Americans. 1915. *
Ximmern. A. F. Economic Weapon
Against Hermany. (Pamphlet).
BANDS MEET DIFFICULTIES
Men Seeking Hour for Proctige; V/omcn
The men's ana women’s bonds have
rno< .vith a drawback, each of a different
nnt 11 re.
The men are anxiously awaiting the
beginning of ,i band, but this is impas
sible until an I our is granted by the mil
itary autlior'ti s for such practice. As
it is now, the men have no free hours
which can lie devoted to the band. How
ever, in a day or so, it is hoped to have
tin organization so in order, that aca
demic credit will be given the band men.
There are about M5 men on the campus
who arc anxious to lie in ihe band.
Second Lieutenant Albert. Perfect will
have charge of both the men’s and wom
The girls' band has its difficulties in
not. being able to find < .tough instru
ments. Last year they were able to m>
iow most of their instruments in town,
hut this year these have been taken by
the high school and other schools In
town giving music.
Put they will start practice as soon ns
they can find some instruments, the
time of meeting to be announced inter.
Professor Perfect wants more gills out
for the band and any information will be
gladly given by inquiring at bis office in
the music hall.
‘ The success* of women s band last
year was remarkable," said Professor
Perfect. They began without any knowl
edge of their instruments and before the
year was very far advanced were able to
play for the public."
MORE BLANKETS ARRIVE.
lilnnkets have born received by the
(iovernment and sent to th<> men nt tlit*
rniversity. The Inst consignment arriv
ed yesterday when 700 pairs were given
out to llm iniui. Much man now bus
llii'"" single blankets ami some are held
“NEAR THE CAMPUS’'
Has the best of Everything in
LUNCHES, ICE CREAMS, FOUNTAIN DRINKS
AND FANCY SUNDAES.
ELEVENTH STREET NEAR ALDER.
The Best Photos in Town
Out your picture in Uniform, for
MOTHER AND SWEETHEART.
Sweet ( ream and Milk "The Best.”
WHEN YOV BI V BETTER. ASK FOR
THE L. (\ BRAND.
Always Fresh and Pure.
The Lane County Creamery
Phone 117. -IS Park Street.
TO COACH SOCCER
Roy Riley, S. A. T. C., Cheerful
Over Oregon’s Outlook;
4 Veterans Back.
Fall training for the varsity sorter
tram started Wednesday evening with
more than 15 men appearing on the
field for the initial practice. Twice* this
number is expected to report during the
next few days as the training becomes
more active and the men gO their ath
letic program better arranged.
Soccer followers are rejoicing in the
finding of a coach for tins yeur’s team
in the person of Roy Riley, a man with
wide experience in the sport who is en
robed in the S. A. T. C. work of the
1 niversity- Riley was for three years
coach and manager of the Crescent Ath
letic club soccer team of Denver, Colo
rado. Jiis team was recogni; ed as a lead
er in the lS-team league of Colorado
for many years. lie is enthusiastic over
the soccer prospects at Oregon and is al
ready taking active steps toward the or
ganization of the team.
Few Old Men Back.
As is the case in practically every
form of athletics at the University this
year the soccer team has been stripped
of practically all its veterans by gradua
tion and the cull of the bugle. Four of
last year's team members have returned
to school however, as well as one or
two members of last season's squad and
a number of men with high school ex
perience. The old men to return are
Norman Find, Lyle Lain, llaseltine Sch
meer and Klmo Madden. Madden and
Lain are both on the side list at pres
ent, but their presence on the field is
expected at an early date. Lind and
Schnieer are both back in school after a
summer spent in the shipyards and at the
bench and are in splendid trim to start
active fall work.
Bill Ralston of last year’s squad is
also among the men who have returned
this fall, and he is looked upon as a
strong bidder for a berth on this year's
New Men Look Promising.
Vincent Jacobberger of Columbia Uni
versity high school and Johnny 'I
of Lincoln high school, Portland, ate both
experienced soccer men and will prob
ably spend a portion of their time on
the soccer field.
There will he the usual two games ser
ies with O. A. C. soccer team this vear.
The soccer men are also dying to ar
range for a number of games with other
soccer teams of the state so that the
season can be brightened up with a good
scht tiule of games.
Reports from the Aggie campus say
that tiie soccer men of the Corvallis in
stitution are already out for practice and
are going after Oregon for another vic
tory this year
BOWEN SELECTS BOARD
Faculty Membors to Examine Candidates
For West Point.
Following .i telegram received Wt-dnes
ila.i morning from Acting Adjutant Gen
eral Harris, of Washington, 1 >. C„ Col
onel W. 11. ('. P.owcn has asked four
other members of the fai ul*y to serve
with him in conducting examinations for
applicants for appointment to West
Major Frio W. Allen, Professor P. K.
PeCou, l>r. C- It. Edmondson and Dr.
K. S. Hates with Colonel Bowen wilt
constitute the hoard authorized by Ad
jutant-General Harris. The examinations
will be held October HI at 9 a. in.
Full instructions ns to the examina
tions are expected from West Point, and
till names of candidates will be forward
Any candidate presenting evidence of
having been excused from mental ex
amination will be subjected to physical
ex unimition only. Ilis name wilt be in
cluded lu the telegraphic leport of suc
cessful candidates if he pusses the pliysl
No applications have been made b,\
(begun men ns yet,
AWARDS FOR ARCHITECTS
Best Work Done Last Year Will Be
Announced Within Ten Days,
The Education! committee of the Ore
gon chapter of the American institute of
\i\ hitocturo, w ill award Us annua1 prizes
of ten and fifteen dollars within the
next ten days, for the greatest improve
ment in arehiteeture done at the l niver
Mty of Oregon last year, it was aun unw
ed by A. 11. Lawrence, dean of the ‘Softool
d Architecture yesterday. John M Guil'C,
president of the archieteetural society in
1910, has also offet si prizes a* fit eon
and ten dollars for the lies; sketch prob
lem done last year and the winner* of
tic sc prizes will be announced within
j ten days.
The annual prizes could not be au
u uiueed last year as1 many of the draw
ings w ere in New York.
LYCEUM COURSE BILL
Best of Musical and Oratorical
Talent to Apepar in Eu
gene This Season.
Among the amusements for the com
ing season the Eugene Lyceum cuurse
is offering an excellent bill of refined
entertainment. The bill is headed with
Hess Gearhart Morrison, reader. This
woman of talent in her line promises
to give the people of Eugene a rare
treat, as she has both wit and humor
combined with her talent and is a real
Next in the course are the Five Mas
ter Artists, Zedeler Symphonic Quin
tet musicians, wno make classical mu
sic popular. This companr not only
produces an entertainment that is ap
preciated by the musical lovers who en
joy classical music, but one enjoyed
equally as well by the'average layman
for the real throbbing, vibrating music.
Following thus number is Charles
Crawford Gorst. Mr. Gorst is a lectur
er and entertainer. lie is billed on this
circuit as “The Bird Man” and promises
to give Ids hearers ail that they expect
even though they have a very high opin
ion of his ability. Gorst will be fol
lowed by the Sam Lewis Concert Com
pany. Thus company, with their vocal
capacity, win the hearts of their audience
wherever they go. With their leader,
Samuel Lewis, who is a rare tenor, they
are sure to leave a lasting memory of
The fifth number is Arthur Walwyn
Evans, lecturer, who is pronounced hu
morous and oratorical. His stories are
fresh and bright and fetch a hearty
laugh each time.
C. II. Herbsman, another lecturer, is
the sixth number. He is now in Aus
tralia and has not been given a definite
date on the program as vet.
WILLIAM VAWTER MARRIES'
Bride of Oregon Vocalist is Miss L. i
Garrett, of Grass Valley.
tVilliam L. Yaw ter, of Medford, a
former University student, barytone solo- \
ist in the. men's glee club under Dean |
R. II. Lyman in 1916-17. was married in
Vancouver last Saturday to Miss L.
Garrett, of Grass Valley, Or. Mr. Yaw
ter, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs- IV.
I. Vawter, of Medford, has just return
ed from New York where he sang last
winter with the Metropolitan Opera
Company. He is a member of the Ore
gon State Officers' Training Camp. His
brother, A’ernon Vawter, is a student in
Marinello Toilet Articles
Hair Goods Made to Order
Hair Dressing Parlors
Register Building; Phone 1009
Manicuring, Scalp and Face Treat
ments. Switches made from combiugs.
Teas and Banquets
The only Tailors in Eugene with owner in
BaaEiiag!MiMi*ai^w»gMmxe,:aB^aaai• ■‘■nn '^^MaaEarasaagraiBS
The government last Saturday commandeered
all of our Rain Coats, Rubber Coats and Slickers,
but in response to telegraphic orders sent Satur
day night we are again stocked up.
Military Rain Coats
$11.00, $15.00, $18.00, $20.00
Officers’ Rain Coats $25.00 to $37.50
Blankets and Comforts
Complete stock of Pillows, Blankets, Comforts for these cooler nights.
Store open evenings 7:00 to 7:30 for the accommodation of students.
Appointment at other hours will he made.