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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 30, 1919)
leaders Chosen from Faculty
Members; Groups Plan to
With a Bible ckuw planner! for every
group of University girls, the series of
six weeks’ Bible classes is now in full
swing, according to Miss Tiraa Hins
dale, general secretary for Y. W. C. A.
iLcaders for a few of the classes have i
pot yet been secured, but details in these
cases will be arranged so work may be
g*n this week or the early part of next
In almost every ease the classes are
meeting on either Wednesday or Thurs
day evening, and they are of 45 minutes’
duration. The class of upperclassmen
under Miss Mary Perkins held its sec
ond meeting of the series last night.
Mrs. E- E. DeOou met her class at
Alpha Phi for the first time last night;
Miss Gladys Gorman will meet with the
girls of '•rppa Kappa Gamma next
Thursday. Other meetings for the week
fire. Miss Perkins at Pi Beta Phi to
night, Itev. Frederick G. .lenninigs at
Chi Omega tonight, Miss Mabel Holmes
Parsons at Kappa Alpha Theta last
night, Miss Hinsdale and Miss Gertrude
Talbot at Hendricks Ilall tonight.
Upperclassmen in Miss Perkin*’ spe
cial class have been secured to instruct
freshman classes fit Hendricks Hall.
flUiese student, ’instructors are: Essie
Maguire, Marita Howard, Frances liliz
filbcf'h Baker, Unis Laughlin, Kathryn
Johnson., Maibyl Weller.
Classes wall be held at Gamma Phi
Beta, Delta Delta Delta and Delta Gam.
inn just as soon as leaders can be found.
Classes are also being arranged for
town girls who wall meet at the bun
galow. All classes are expected to be
in working order by next week
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MEN UNDER ARMS
TO BE HONOR GUARD
Hvcry man out for the honor guard
to meet the legislators, is the latest of
plans for Saturday. All the underclass
men and all upperclassmen who can do
so will meet at the men’s gym at 12
o'clock on Saturday.
“This will necessitate an early lunch,”
said Herald White, president of the
student body, today, ‘“but that can be
At the gymnasium all the men will
fall in under arms and march to the
station under military formation and pre
sent arms as the legislators leave the
train. Two files will be formed for the
visitors to walk through.
“We want every man out,” White
says, “and in his uniform if possible,
but if he does not have one he should
be si’Jire to come anyway.”
COL LEADER IM REDMOND
continues Tour of High Schools of the
Colonel John Leader, who is eon!inn
ing his trip throughout the state speak
ing at the various high schools in the
interest of military training and super
vision in the schools, will be gone the
rest of this week and nil of next week.
Yesterday he spoke at the ^?end high
school in the afternoon and gave a pub
lic lecture there In the evening.
His schedule for the following week
is as follows:
January 30, he will he in Redmond;
January 31, in Hood River, where lie
will address the high school in the morn
ing and give a public lecture in the af
ternoon. February 1, Colonel leader
will speak before the community insti
tute at I’inegrove; on February 0 and
7 lie will address the high schools and
public meetings in La Grande and Lak
er, and on Saturday the Colonel will
conclude lids pnrt of his trip with a
lecture at Ontario.
MISS DIHLE MAY
TAKE EASTERN IP
Y. W. Secretary is Invited to
National Conference at
A telegram urging Miss Tirza Dins
dale, general secretary of the Y. W. C.
A. on the caminu, to represent the state
of Oregon at the national student con
ference of the association to be held in
February 10 to February 20, which
received in Kugere today from Wash
ington. Miss Dinsdale is hoping that it
will be possible for her to attend the
student conference, ■which is to 'be pre
ceded by a secretary’s conference from
February 1(, to February 20, which which
she would also attend if she decides to
The conference is a called assembly of
the secretaries and superintendents of
the association to determine the poli
cies of the Y. W. €• A. for the post
war period and to get the reaction of the
students to the problems of the time.
Miss Dinsdale is asked to represent
the entire state of Oregon and is also
invited to take with her a student from
the University. Decisions on the matter
are to be made at an early meeting of
tile association cabinet. Th(^Northwest
district is asked to send to the confer
ence 10 student representatives besides
three faculty representatives, and it is
hoped that the University will be able
to send one of these students besides
Representatives from Washington are
leaving Seattle for the east February
12 and it is the plan of the University
to send its represents fives about the
TO POEMS OF WHO
First Meeting of Year Hears
Mrs. Parsons and
The first regular meeting of the year
of tiie Eutaxian literary society was held
last, Tuesday evening at 7:00 in the
Bungalow. Mrs. Mnble 11. Parsons, pro
fessor of rhetoric, read and discussed a
number of the recent vfar poems. A solo
by Beulah Keagy was the other enter
tainment of the meeting.
Topics for study throughout the year
were discussed, but nothing definite was
Mecided upon. The study of war poetry
art was the suggestion which met
Several new members were taken in.
They are Dorothy Parsons, Edna Rice,
Grace Kuopp, Mae Ballaek, Mary Thomp
son, .Lucile .Evans, .Mary .Haggert,
Anne Shea, Lilian Auld, Pauline Coad,
Clem Cameron, Lucile Redmond and Eve
STUDENTS TO KNOW STATUS
Each Sophomore o bo Informed as to
His Junior Standing.
Sophomore standings which will let
each sophomore know whether he has
the required hours to become a junior,
are now in the hands of the printers aud
are expected out this week, said Prof.
\V. 1‘. Boynton, chairman of the lower di
These standings, which are being made
out through the registrar’s office, will
tell the student whether there are any
entrance conditions hanging over,
whether he has completed the English
and foreign language requirements, and
whether he has filled the requirements
of the three groups. The three-group
plan requires each student to have made
11' term hours it\ English, or foreign lan
guages; in the social sciences, history,
economics, education, or sociology; aud
in mathematics or science.
The cards of the sophomore students
have been gone over, and each one will
be sent his own standing. Copies will be
sent also to their advisers and copies
■will he filed in the office. It was hoped
to get these out soon after the students
registered in October but it was im
possible to do so. said Pr. Boynton. This
will be done next October, in his opinion.
All juniors who live in town or
any one who has not been “snap
ped" for the Oregaua Junior class
pictures, report at the Adminis
tration Building Friday between
12:30 and 1:30. This is the last
day for Junior snapshots. Bring
your quarter with you.
Teams will be Organized in
Basketball and Handball;
and Games Played.
The men of the faculty have started
getting out for gymnasium work and will
soon organize teams in the deferent
sports. At present the gymnasium is
not in shape for those classes that use
the swings, 'bars and loops, but Dean
Walker hopes to have these ready in a
In the meantime the men will work
out in the other sports, including swim
ming, boxing, wrestling, basketball ami
Teams will be organized in basketball
as well as in handball and contests held
between members of the faculty and per
haps student teams.
Most of the men in the faculty are
getting out for some branch of athlet
ics. Dean Walker will give part of his
time to coaching tlfe different teams and
the other work.
Old Graduate Writes.
A recent picture postal card from
Ralph A. Fenton, who graduated from
the University in 1903, gives his ad
dress as Chief Surgeon 3rd Army, Sen
der Consultant in Ophthamology, ITq.
3rd Army, A. P. O., A- E. F., Ooblenz,
Germany. lie is a major in the med
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