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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1919)
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MEETS TO OE FIXED
FOR GIRL SWIMMERS
Interclass Contest will be Held
During February in
Regular -wornPitt’s class swimming meets
will begin February 12 anrl Will be held
in the men’s gym, so Ella Dews, head
of swimming, announced at the meeting
of the Women's Athletic Association tills
afternoon). The first meet will be b -
tween he freshmen and juniors. On
February 19, there will be a meet be
tween the sophomores and seniors. The
final interchiHs meet will be on the even
ing of February 20.
“Thus far there has been no regular
enrollment in the swimming classes,”
Miss Catherine Winslow, instructor, said.
“Regular enrollment will begin with the
Any woman who has been registered
in the swimming classes may enter the
class meets. She may emiter all of the
events if she likes, but she will he obliged
to enter at least, two events
Points toward winning will be given
for plunges for distance, the different
strokes for form, dives for form, and
optional dives. In the class meets there
will also be one length races and relay
Additional life-saving stunts and dress
ing and undressing Hinder the water will
■be features of the interclass meet.
\ swimming exhibition may he given
after the meets. Flla Dews said. For
'this, invitations will he issued. In this
exhibition the Red Cross swimming test
will probably he given by the partici
A committee made up of women from
.-ill the houses, Hendricks ITall and the
town ..girls has been appointed by EUu.
Dews "‘o boost for the swimming meets
in their respective homes. "Each one is
to make herself a committee of one to
interest all women in swimming and the
meets," -Miss Dews said. The personnel
of the committee is: Florence Riddle,
Jeannette Moss, Caroline Alexander,
llelnni Nelson, lEiis Many, Caroline Can
non, Gladys IIolLjiigrworth, Margaret
Windbigler, Ami Lague, Edna Bice and
THE TERM SYSTEM MAY GO
Question to be Considered at Special
The administration of the University
has been considering the advisability of
doing away with the three-term college
year and returning to the old system of
Prof. E. E. DeCou has sent question
naires to many universities in the west
and middle-west. Of 3? institutions re
plying, 23 arc mow using the term plan,
most of them as a war measure at the
suggestion of the government. Seven
teen prefer the seemster schedule, 10
the term, and the others are undecided.
Fifteen will use the semester plan, 11
will use the term system, and several
Dr- \V. P. Boynton is chairman of a
committee which sent out questionnaires
yesterday to the members of the faculty
to determine their views of the matter
These will be considered at the special
faculty meeting to be held a week from
next Wednesday afternoon. A decision
one way or the other may he made at
COUNTRY CLUB TO
HAVE BUSY VEIN
Social and Athletic Events
Planned for Future; Officers
For 1919 Elected.
The Eugene Country (flub is only wait
ing for the “flu" to run its course be
fore letting loose with a series of so
cial and athletic activities, according to
the reports given at the annual meeting
of the (hub held last night in the Cham
ber of Commerce rooms.
Chief among the tentative plans of the
climb is n series of dances to be begun
as soon as the influenza epidemic lets
up sufficiently. Social entertainment for
the members will be made a strong point
in this year’s program, according to J,
C. Price, newly elected president of the
club. A new piano has been purchased
recently and installed in the club room.
“The club expects to make a big gain
■in membership this year,” said Mr. Price,
“and I am sure that our maximum mem
I bership of 125 will be reached soon. We
all look forward to this year as out
biggest year so far and the committeees
are eager for the “flu” to abate so they
can start work.”
i The caretaker of the clmfo will be put
back on full time in the near future, the
president being instructed to use his dis
cretion in regard to this matter. Ten
tative golf schedules call for matches
with Salem on the home grounds here
as well as many intra-club tournaments
Officers elected for the coming year
'are as follows: J. C-. Price, president:
Lee Travis, vice president; Donald
Young, re-elected secretary; Harry
Hobbs, re-elected treasurer; G- W. Grif
fin was re-elected and L. L. God rid
elected as directors.
AIRSHIP IS PUt
Eugene will Probably be Head
quarters for 2 Planes if War
Department Grants Request,
A plan, new in its conception and stil
in a very formative stage, is that of pa
trol of the National Forests by airplane
for which work District Forester G. II
Cecil of Portland has asked the war de
partment for ten planes for use in th<
This Wovs was received by Clyde II
Seitz, supervisor of the Cascade nationa
forest, from C. IT. Flory, chief of opera
tion, who was in Eugene recently.
Nothing definite has been learned abou
the plan other than that the planes hav,
been asked for. However it is eonsidere,
probable by Supervisor Seitz that in eas
the airplanes are secured one will b
assigned to the Siuslnw and one to th
Cnscndp district. In this case the head
quarters of the two planes would be i:
The plan is to use the planes to patre
the forests to detect fires. Mr. Seitz esti
mates that either district can be covere,
thoroughly in eight hours by the plan*
The trip to either forest can be mad
in an hour.
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Eugene Branch of Federal Land
Bank Complimented for
Work; Officers Elected.
One hundred and ten new loans to an
aggregate amount of $256,000 have been
paid in full through the First National
Farm Loan association of Eugene, in
the year 1018, according to the report of
the secretary, W. A. Ayres, made at the
annual meeting of the stockholders of the
association held this morning at the
Chamber of Commerce rooms.
Federal Land Appraise^ V. C. Brock
was present and spoke on the methods of
the various associations of the north
west and the systems under which loans
were obtained. He complimented the lo
cal association, saying that the Eugene
branch was considered one of the most
progressive associations of the northwest
by the Federal Land Bank of Spokane.
The following officers were elected
for the yenr: President. F. H. Need
ham; vice-president, O. L. Dunlap, and
secretary-treasurer, W. A. Ayres.
Board of directors. .T. E. Stout, route
No. 2, Eugene; C. M. Emery, Route No.
1; F. II. Needham. Route No. 8; II. L.
Edmunson, Goshen; O. K. Aldrich, Co
burg; R. E. Brabham, route No. 1. Eu
gene; F. B. Chase, route No. 2; O. L.
Dunlap, Junction City; T. C. Devaney,
Loan committee, R. E. Brabham, C.
M. Emery and IT. B. Ivletzing.
The board of directors will have their
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