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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1918)
Date not Fixed; Committee Ap
pointed to Complete
The sophomore hop will be given on
January 17 or 18, it was decided at a
meeting of the sophomore class yester
day afternoon at 5 o’clock in Villard
On which of the two dates the dance
will be given depends entirely upon which
night the Eugene armory can be ob
tained. By a large majority the votes
were cast for an informal affair. This
dance has always in past years started
off the school year, but owing to the un
settled conditions this year it was de
cided that it Was best to call it off. but
things returning to their normal basis,
. the dance will start the hall rolling next
The following committees were ap
pointed, with Nish Chapman as a gen
eral chairman, to whom the chairmen of
the special committees will report:
Patrons and Patronesses—Xell War
wick, chairman, Madeline Slotboom and
Music—Carl Weigel, chairman, Helen
Manning and Wayne Laird.
Hall and Decorations—Richard Mar
tin, chairman, Rollin Woodruff. Sam
Lehman, Dwight Phipps, Ada McMur
phey, Lueile Caswell and Marian Gil
Programs — Gladys Hollingsworth,
chairman, Donald Feenaughty and Dow
Furniture and Punch—-Julian Leslie,
chairman, Willard Hollenbeck, Francis
Jacohberger, Theodora Stoppenbaek,
Evelyn Grebe and Margaret Jones.
Features—Leith Abbott, chairman, B.
Wetherbee and Mary Packwood.
Hearty support of the Oregana drive
was urged by Herald White, president
of the student body, in a brief talk made
at the beginning of the meeting- “I
want to see rlie sophomores come through
with a hundred per cent efficiency,” he
Eddie Durno, president of the class,
also presented to the class the necessity
of concerted action in the Oregana drive.
The following committee was appointed
to canvass the sophomore*’ subscriptions
during the drive beginning Wednesday:
As president of the class, Eddie Durno
will act as chairman of this committee.
The others are: Howard Kelly, Harris
Ellsworth, Lyle Bryson, Kathleen For
rester, Johnny cSfceble. Odine Mickleson,
Dorothy WoottOW a mi Kate Chatburn.
JUNIOR OFFICERS SCARCE
Era Godfrey Presides (n Absence of
At the junior class meeting yesterday
afternoon in Villard hall the one remain
ing officer of the group elected last
spring. Era Godfrey, secretary, presided.
Both the president. Harry Jamieson, and
the vice-president. Gladys Smith, may re
turn to school ne::t term and no more of
ficers will be elected until that time.
Miss Godfrey will be in charge.until then.
Jack Dundore explained the Oregana
situation to the members of the class and
urged signing up for subscriptions. It
will probably not be a strictly junior
class publication this year as before, but
the juniors will be mainly responsible for
A class committee of Margaret Mans
field, Marjorie Kay, Herman Lind and
Elmo Madden were appointed to solicit
subscriptions from the members of their
class and to meet with the other class
committeese for directing the campaign.
TERM MAY OPEN JAN. 10
Faculty Voting on Vacation and Other
Four recommendations by the sched- ‘
^ -sle and registration committees of the
' I'niversity faculty are being voted upon j
today by ballots sent into the presi- i
dent's office. Following are the sag- I
Jestions on which the vote is being j
(1) That Tuesday, December 17, the :
day before examinations, be used for the
resignation for next term of the stud- j
ents now on the campus;
(2) That Saturday, January 4, be 1
used for registration of students not :
registered hitherto, and of new stud- j
(3) That freshman English examin- j
ations be helu Friday as previously an
(4) That classes be resumed Mon
day, January 6.
Present rules of the faculty require !
registration of old students before the
end of the current term, which cannot be
done without the setting apart of Tues
day as above suggested.
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i 'Vi!’n examinations only a week off
- ini t hristmas vacation closely following,
campus life has taken on a seriousness
characteristic alone, of examination week
itself. Everything is done with added en
thusiasm and efficiency, not only class
work but the few informal entertain
ments which the faculty has permitted
the students to crowd into the free hours
this week. N. A. T. C. men are planning
company dances for next week-end.
Company A entertaining Saturday night
in the men's gymnasium and Company B
Friday night in the same place. Tonight
many I niversity folk are attending the
concert at the First Methodist church
where the 1 niversity school of music is
presenting Miss Eleanor Lee, contraltq.
Christmas tree parties for the little poor
children of Eugene will be given during
the week by different campus groups
who claim that much of their time is
taken visiting the toy departments and
the various Santa Clauses about town.
Members of Kwama, sophomore hon
orary society were hostesses Saturday
afternoon for a delightful and informal
tea in the Bungalow rooms in honor of
the freshman \yonien. The rooms were
artistically decorated with autumn leaves
and the afternoon was spent Indinu fash
ion around the fireplace. The affair was
in the nature of a get-acquainted party.
A brief musical program was given by
members of the entertainment committee
of which Theodora Stoppenbach was
chairman and tea was served later in the
afternoon by the hostess. Dean Louise
Ehrmann was an additional guest.
Mrs. Anna L. Beck, of the School of
Music. Lieutenant Willis and Lieutenant
Radcliff were dinner guests Sunday at
the Pi Phi house.
Miss Kathleen Kem, of Cottage Grove,
was a week-end guest of Pi Phi. and will
remain until the middle of the week.
Sunday evening supper guests at the
Pi Phi house were Miss Patty French
and Miss Helen Whitaker.
Miss Maurant, a member of the Uni
versity of Washington chapter of Delta
Delta Delta, arrived in Eugene last night
for an extended visit at the Tri Delta
Miss Nell Warwick, a member of Pi
rhi, will leave for her home in Marsh
field in a few days, returning to the Uni
versity next term.
Colonel and Mrs. W. II. C. Bowen,
Gladys Bowen and Mrs. Bancroft, for
mer housemother at Mary Spiljer hall,
were Sunday dinner guests of Hendricks
Lein Cushman, ’IS. from Brownsville,
and Allyn Johnson from Portland are
visiting at the Delta Gamma house this
Caroline Wright of O. A. C., was the
RETURNS AFTER 33 YEARS.
After 33 years, Miss Anna A. Coffin,
a Seattle school teacher, is beginning her
work at the University again through the
University extension division, with the
intention of obtaining her degree. She en
tered the University in 1S83, but after
two years at the University, found it
necessary for her to discontinue her col
According to her letter to the extension
division after leaving the University In
1885 she took a position as teacher in a
country school at Dutch Flats, near Hood
Iliver. Four years later she went to
Franklin, Wash., a mining town, where
she taught till 1891.
Miss Coffin is enrolled in short story
political history in the extension division.
Miss Coffin says in her letter that she
warned tr have her degree from Oregon
because it was there where she begin
her college work.
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i ANG JIHT WORK GIVEN
Structural Option and Design,
Science Drawing and Nor
mal Course Offered •
Among the new courses being offered
by the school of architecture, next term,
is structural option and design, announc
ed Dean T. F. Lawrence, of the school
of architecture yesterday. In addition to*
these the school of architecture is pre
] paring with the school of commerce a
course in management and salesmanship,
intended for men going to the manufac
turing or selling of building materia'.
“Structural option is intended for stu
dents entering structural engineering and
those entering the contracting field, while
structural design will tend to attract
those students interested in the engineer
ing phrase of architecture,” said Dean
A class in drawing for science students
! will begin uext term under Clayton Bald
win, assistant instructor in design of the
school of architecture. “The course will
especially benefit pre-medics and stu
dents of geology, botany,” said Mr. Bald
win. This is a one-hour course, teaching
the use of drawing instruments and let
tering; also freehand drawing in pencil
and pen and ink of scientific objects.
“A course of special interest to giiD
is one offered by a new member of the
faculty. Miss Helen Rhodes, which trains
girls for art teachers,” said Dean Law
Other courses to be started next term ,
are surveying, elementary mechnni-'e,
graphic statics and architectural design
elements More advanced subjects will
be arranged for any students who have
the proper preparation. Courses m home
decoration, costume, free-hand drawing,
water colors, design and history of archi
tecture will be given as usual.
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Change of address cards for the
Emerald will be located in a box just to
the right of the library door on Wed
nesday. Owing to the fact that many
S. A. T. C. men are leaving the school
it is anticipated that there will be a
large number of changes just at this
time, and there will be plenty of cards
for everyone. They muy be filled out
and dropped back in the box. The cards
will be there for some time and any
change* of address should be left there
and not at the Emerald office hereaf
ter. Be sure to make the address plain,
urges Lyle Bryson, circulation manager.
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