Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, January 18, 1919, Page Four, Image 4

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Naval Reserve Men Will not be
Required to Work
With Corps.
About 100 men answered “here" yes
’terday afternoon when the roll was eall
.ed at the It. O. T. C. drill hour. Ibis
'figure included men in the naval reserve
who are on the inactive list, some of
whom have been turning out although no
instructions had been received from the
headquarters of the 12th district at
Helena, Montana, in regard to the re
A message was received this morning
at. the 'military department, how ver,
stating that the naval reserve men will
not be required to drill.
“A selection of acting officers can not
be made,” said Colonel AV. JI. C. Bowen,
“until all the men turn out.” The mili
tary department is ver/desirous of get
ting the organization in shape before
the inspector visitR the University.
About half of the men have as yet failed
to appear.
, Colonel Bowen stated yesterday morn
’ing that all S. A. T. C equipment at the
University including blankets, cots, mat
tresses and surplus clothing was being
shipped to the deputy zone supply offi
cer at Portland. “There will be more
than n carload of stuff,” said Colonpl
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they are going to take in the matter of
question und schedule. It is thought,
however, that the co-ed committee will
probably adopt a similar schedule and
the same question. Both Professor
Prescott and Helen Brenton, head of the
women’s dehate, consider that it would
be a most novel plan to have the women
debate on the same question as the men.
This plan will probably he accepted by
the women. By doing this, debate would
be absolutely an all-round student activ
ity, and it would be the reason for a
turning out of the entire student body.
Competition to ho Lively
The objection to thin plan has been
raised that it would take too many judg
es and too much time. These weak
points are remedied by the fact that the
name jnidges can he used for the men
und women, if the schedules do unt con
get. By doing this, only thirty judges
Would be necessary and those can be
readily obtained front the faculty. The
tinte problem is also eliminated by the
fact that each debate is to last but for
half an hour. Kadi debate is arranged
to consist of four six minute speeches and
two three-minute rebuttals. Tills will
make the competition lively and will give
everyone attending tin' debates an op
portunity to attend both a men’s and a
women’s debate, thereby getting lor
themselves a good understanding o! the
question and an idea as to who will
bent in the ultimate debate when tno vic
torious sorority and fraternity ;«*iuis
clash during an assembly hour.
Representatives Sliosan
'Hie women representatives, in whose
hands the plans for co-ed debate rests,
are: Helen Hair. Delta Helta delta; Mit^
rie Bndurn. Hendricks Hall; Helen Me
Donald, (innitna l“hi Bda; Kuth tlraiiam,
Alpha Phi; Ruth Montgomery, Kappa Al
pha Theta; Oace Uugg, Phi Omega;
‘Madeline Slotboom, Delta (lainma; Helen
Anderson, Kappa Kappa (bimnia; Alice
Thurston, Pi Beta Phi; and Marie Hid
ings, Oregon Club.
A few mornings ago when the repre
sentatives of the zoology i!<■ i>tirtmout
reached their offices they found that
their peaceful domain was peaceful no
longer. A billowing main greeted them,
on which sailed venturesome blotters and
staid records. The stuffed owl in the
corner cast a reproachful glances at
them. But the professors breathed a sigh
of relief that the store room had not
been visited, for if the flood had gained
that sanctum it would have taken all of
the electric light wires uud telephone
wires on the campus to have dried the
in firms r.\ linen stored there.
One little water faucet had caused
about enough trouble for that day and
•was promptly and without father delay
Very effectively stpiolohed by a worthy
The only real damage that ha 1 been
done, it was found, was when a lot t?
water whieh came rushing down from
the cracks above bad been < aught v a
ret of books which happened to be in the
It is saiil that while no fish were dis
covered playing in the new lake, yet
i'ven the pickled frogs ware given n
chance to croak.
Wallace’s (Obak) Cigar Store, SOI
Will. Complete line Cigars and Cigar
ettes. tf
Although all entertainment on a large
scale has been suspended for a time, va
rious committees are still at work com
pleting arrangements for college, class
and organization dances which are plan
ned to be- held as soon as the faculty an
nounce the possibility of social gather
ings. Never were such complete and pre
tentious details worked out in decora
tions and features and if all plans ma
ture the period after the final lifting of
the ban will he the gaiost in the social
history of the University- In the mean
time dinner gatherings make up the
week-end schedule in which Greek let
ter initiates hold a prominent place.
Several alumni members have returned
to the campus for the week-end and will
come in for their due share of attention.
* * *
Alpha Phi is initiating today for the
following pledges: Aulis Andertton, Lau
rel Canning, Gwladys Bowen, Helen
Carson, Lucile Elrod, Maurine Elrod,
Austrid lUork, Isabelle Kidd, Ua Nich
ols, Dorothy Heed and Dorothy Stine.
After the initiation a banquet in being
given by the members of the fraternity at
the Hotel Osburn. Dark red roses will
le used on the table and wine and silver
tulle will form a part of the decorations.
* * *
Ruth Ann Wilson, ’18, who is an in
structor in the Itoseburg high school,
and Marion Bowen, will be dinner guests
this evening at the Kappa Kappa Gamma
* * *
Professor and Airs. Herbert Crombie
Howe will he dinner guests this evening
of Erma Laird at Hendricks hull.
* * *
Dinner guests at Hendricks hall I* ri
day evening were: George Walker, Alex
ander Brown, William Rebec, Virgil and
Lyman Meatier, Rudolph Thompson,
Harold Ellis and Miles McKey.
* * *
Roberta Schuobol of Oregon City and
Helen Case of Tillamook are visiting
at the Alpha Phi house this week-end.
Miss Sobuebel has been acting as her
father’s secretary during the session of
the state legislature at Salem.
* * *
Miss Eleanor Lee, of the school of
music, is leaving for Seattle Wednesday
night to sing at a reception at the Uni
versity of Washington.
* # *
Miss Elizabeth Bridges, national vis
iting delegate of (lamina I’hi Beta, ar
rived in Eugene last night and will he
the guest of the local chapter of that
organization until next Friday. Miss
Bridges is a member of the Eta chap
ter of (lamina I ‘hi Beta at Berkeley,
Calif. Many delightful affairs are be
ing planned by University people in her
honor while she is in Eugene.
* * *
Miss Celia Gavin, city attorney of The
Dalles, who is attending th estate leg
islature as secretary■ to Mrs. Alexander
Thompson, representative from Hood
Uiver, is in Eugene for the week-end as
tlie house guest of Charlie Fenton. Both
Miss Fenton and Miss flavin were Fri
day evening dinner guests of Kappa Al
pha Theta.
* • »
Miss Lois Gray and Mrs. E. 1,. Flet
Electric Electric
Vibrator. Clippers.
Don’t Forget
Hob’s Barber Shop
Just around the corner
on East 7th.
FOX TROT vour way to
Dancing School
Over the Oregon Theater.
I Learn the Tickle Toe, National
! Jazz and Pershing Trots. AY
the new one-step; Stars and
i Stripes Waltz and the Camou
! i'lage.
Tuesday nights. Lesson and
Dancing, 60c.
Good music; class for begin
m rs every Thursday, 8:30 P. M
Private lessons any time. Cal
at School or Phone Hotel Os
i burn.
Now is your opportunity. Be
j come a real dancer through Al
t.amcU’r''s method of teaching
|—SuccfHx is easily attained. Be
i gin on Monday and be a finishec
I Dancer by Saturday.
cher were Friday evening dinner guests
at Hendricks Hall.
* * *
Pi Beta Plii is holding initiation to
day for Lee Fortmiller, Genevieve Hav
en, Narcissa Jewett, Velma Ilosa, Mar
vel Skeels, Marjorie Delzell, Clare Cal
kins, Laura Rand, Audrey Roberts,
i Margaret Winbiglcr, Elsie Lawrence,
■ 11 a/,el Shattuck and Margaret Fell. Fol
; lowing the ceremonies in the chapter
house a banquet will be servew at the
Osborn Hotel honoring the initiates. The.
fable will be attractively decorated with
red carnations forming a huge center
piece and wine and blue tulle, the fra
ternity colors, will be used effectively in
the decorations.
Alumni returning for the initiation of
Pi Beta Thi are Miss Miriam Tinker ot
Oakland, Oregon and Miss Gertrude
Blackman of Portland.
* * *
Delta Delta Delta were hostesses at a
dinner Thursday evening honoring the
chapter patrons and patronesses, Dr.
and Mrs. James Gilbert and Professor
and Mrs. A. R. Sweetser.
* * *
Interesting to University folk is the
announcement of the wedding of John
Stark Evans, instructor in the University
school of music, to Miss Marjorie Greig,
of Tacoma, which will take place Tues
day at the home of the bride’s parents.
Several faculty members will attend the
affair. Miss Greig attended school in
California and has been prominent in
war work in Tacoma for the past two
years. Mr. Evans came to the University
two years ago. He returned this term
from Camp Lewis where he won a com
mission as second lieutenant of infantry.
Dr. .T. .1. Landsbnry will be best man.
The couple will make their home in Eu-1
gone after a brief wedding trip.
Baby Girl at Henderson Home; Parents
are University Graduates.
President P. L. Campbell became a
grandfather on Thursday, Jan. 11!, when
bis daughter, Mrs. Sidney ]<). Henderson,
formerly Lucia Campbell T2, announced
the arrival of a 12-pound baby girl. The
child has been named Susan Campbell
Henderson. Mrs. Henderson was a mem
ber of Kappa Alpha Theta, and her hus
band who also graduated in 1912, was a
member of Sigma Nu.
Organized Bible study classes for the
men of the- University under the gen
eral direction of the T. M. C. A. will
begin Monday evening, January 27. Th«
was decided at a meeting of the friendly
council in the Y. M. C- A. hut Thurs
day evening. The leaders and instruc
tors in the work will be members of the
University faculty and townspeople. Two
men from each house will have general
supervision of the work and will see
that it is carried through as planned.
The classes for the men in the Ore
gon club will be held in the “Y” hut
and the other classes in the houses and
dormitory where the men live. The na
ture and scope of the work was re
cently explained by the national secre
tary and it is expected that this year
will be one of the most successful in the
history of the Y. M. C. A- on the cam
pus. Wita the added advantage of the
hut and a strong organization, more can
be undertaken thi3 year than ever be
fore, says Herald White, president.
The billiard table loaned the “Y”
during the S. A. T. C. days by the Club
cigar store is being returned and a unan
imous vote of thanks and appreciation
w-ns given for the use of the table dur
ing the past three months.
Wallace’s (Obak) Cigar Store, 804
Will. Complete line Cigars and Cigar
ettes. tf
The Best
Good Chili Concarne
Sandwiches and Pie.
At the
984 Willamette Street
Opposite the Rex theatre
Satisfactory service—Sanitary conditions.
West Eighth Street. Eugene.
Wear Neolin Soles and Wingfoot Heels.
Waterproof and Noiseless.
Fresh air and many other
pood things of this world
are free to all, rich and
poor alike, yet they are not
always enjoyed.
oody'» Ooap-CMn*
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Rob many people of their pleasure—more’s the pity—
for a pair of right glasses would make the whole world
seem bright and cheerful. Tell us of your eye troubles and
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Where the Poppies Bloom, One-step.
Home-Coming Week In France.
I’ll Say She Does, fox-trot.
’Till We Meet Again, Valse Song.
A Little Birch Canoe and You.
I’m Sorry I Made You Cry.
I’ve Got The Blue Ridge Blues.
The Music Shop
Phone 312
59 East 9th Aye.
Phone 749.
922 Willamette Street.
University Infirmary
1191 University Avenue.
Phone 604.
An institution for the benefit of every member of the
University, students, faculty and employees.
FEES:—Iincluding bed, meals and physician’s fee,
$3.00 per day. Infirmary open day and night. Graduate
nurse always present.
University physician and graduate nurse in attendance.
HOURS:—Daily 1:30 to 2:30 P. M. Other times if
If not feeling well, go to the Infirmary for treatment.
Early attention to COLDS, SORE THROATS, ETC.,
may prevent serious trouble later. Help us keep out the in
University Health Office, Deady Hall, Room 34.
Phone 1019 or 901.
The M. & W. Men’s Shop
Knojt n
$5 and up.
Thousands of ’em daily.
It’s great to greet them and let
them know how happy we all are that
they’re back again.
Down in our “Men’s Shop” we’re
fitting men out daily, these REGU
LARS who are changing back to civ
We are particularly proud of our
new, full chested, narrow waisted
suit models for these fine, strapping
husky trained-to-the-minute chaps.
We can give you that look in your
new Spring Togs if you say the word.
If saving means anything to you—
M. and W. Clothes will mean much.
Kuppenheimer, of course.
Priced $30 and up.