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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (June 5, 1920)
Official student paper of the Unlvei
•Ity of Oregon, published every Tuei
day, Thursday and Saturday to tb
college year by the Associated Stu
Entered In the postcfflce at Eugeni
Oregon, as second class matter.
Subscription rates $1.60 per yeai
By term, $ .60. Advertising rates upoi
LEITH F. ABBOTT
Dorothy Duniway.Associate Edlto
Lyle Bryson. News Edlto
Nell Warwick...Asst. News Edlto
Harry A. Smith.Managing Edito
Helen Manning..Dramatic Edito
M&ybelle Leavitt _Proof Reade;
Adelaide V. Lake Louise Davii
Floyd Maxwell_Raymond Lawrence
Earle Richardson, Ariel Dunn, Ja
cob Jacobson, CharleB Gratke, Mary
Lou Burton, Eleanor Spall, Stanley
Elsman, Annamay Bronaugh, Eunice
Zimmerman, Prances Qulsenberry,
Wanna McKinney, Mauna Loa Fallis,
Esther Fell, Mildred Weeks, Harry
Ellis and John Dierdorff.
Associate . Raymond Vester
Advertising Manager....Webster Ruble
Circulation . Elston Ireland
Assistant . Floyd Bowles
Lee Culbertson, Charles Lamb
SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1920
THAT GREATER OREGON
The University is looking forward
next year to the greatest year in its
history, to a truly “Greater Oregon.”
To realize this hope in actuality the
students must bo more interested,
however, in bringing more students to
Oregon. It is so easy to shift the bur
den to someone else, to think, “Oh,
of course there will bo plenty of stu
dents at Oregon next year; why should
I bother about it?" This attitude
shows an absolute lack of Oregon
Spirit, the spirit that lias made the
University “of Oregon famous through
out the United States.
All tiie undergraduate students here
this year should try to return to Ore
gon next year and bring with them
several new students. The enthusi
asm that each student feels for the
University should make others care
for it also, (live others the opportun
ity to know your alma mater, give
them the chance to experience the
joys which have been yours here. Ex
plain to them the opportunities for
self support at Oregon, if that happens
to be of interest to them.
During your vacation, which we
hope will be crowded with happy days,
don’t forget to work for Oregon. Then
we will have a real "Greater Oregon"
With this issue the Emerald for
1919-1920 bids good-bye to the student
body, and formally gives over the
work of next year to the new staff.
Although the editorial and business
staffs part from the paper a little re
luctantly, as from something which
had begun to be a purt of them, they
do so also with a feeling of relief, for
now they may snatch a night's sleep
The editor and business manager
have regrets over the Emerald as a
whole this year, regrets which prob
ably had better go unvoiced. There
have been Uiftlculties of the increased
cost of production which have been
hard to meet and the paper has sel
dom been able to fulllll the editor's
idea of just what a college paper
should be. The Emerald has had a
hard year in many ways, as have
other student body activities, and the
year would have been a harder one
but for tile spirit of co-operation of
the staff, the student body and the
The Emerald wishes to take this op
portunity of thanking all those who
have worked so consistently for the
good of the Emerald, the staff and the
faculty and students iff the school
of journalism, particularly. We wish
to thank the faculty for their support
of the paper and their generous words
of praise throughout the year and
we wish to thank the student body for
their faith in the Emerald, which Is
The Emerald next year will be
launched in the best year in the his
ror.v of the University. The aid that
will come from every student being a
subscriber will be in itself a great
help. Next year’s staff hopes to be
able to start a Daily Emerald. This
has been the dream of the staff this
year a dream which could not ma
terialize- but next year, conditions
probably will make this possible.
The greatest of success and achieve
ment for the University and the Enter
aid next year is the parting word oi
the 1919-1920 Emerald.
I Almost every department is making
b a strong bid for another building this
‘ summer. About the only harmonious
- thing to do is to erect a student reel
'* tation hall and let the departments
change buildings with each other.
Those who are most anxious to
learn are not always received favor
ably. Witness the fellow who can
vasses from table to table in the libra
p ry evenings, attempting to track down
. a lost assignment.
. The student who habitually comes
to class without his assignment usu
ally says that he couldn’t find time.
[ If he looked hard enough he might
find it hiding behind a bunch of week
The studerjt who expects to be an
old man when he .graduates at least
expects to gain his gray hairs from
1 study, which is better than flunking
out of college.
In the dramatics department "make
up” is considered an accomplished
art but in the ordinary classroom it is
considered a necessity.
The political science department did
not get a chance to run a man in the
last elections but the presidential elec
tions are not far off.
With expectations of 2000 students
next fall and only one new building,
the drill shed may yet have to be
used for clas rooms.
Most students know what “E Plurl
bus Unum” means, but how many
know the meaning of “Mens Agitat
Now that the weather is becoming
warmer, afternoon strolls have given
way to the porch swing.
The man who said “Ignorance is
bliss,” never counted on the post and
STUDENT OFFICERS SWORN
IN AT STUDENT ASSEMBLY
Continued from page 1.
out about $2000 in the lead this year,
which is by far tbo best flgnancial
year the student body has had.
President Gives Debate O’s.’
President Campbell awarded the
“O” pins to the members of both the
men and women’s teams who brought
the honors In debate to Oregon this
year. The winners in oratory were
also awarded their "O.’’ Following is
a list of those receiving pins: Oratory,
Fred Coley and Joe Boyd; women’s de
bate, Ethel Wakefield, Wanda Dag
gott, Edna Sparling, Jennie Maguire,
Elaine Cooper; men’s debate, Romy
Cox .Ernest Crockatt, Wilbur Carl,
George Black, Elmer Pendell, Konnetli
Armstrong, Ralph IToeber, Don Davis
and Paul aPtterson.
OREGANA STAFF FOB
NEXT YEAR CHOSEN
BY WANNA M’KINNEY
Harry Ellis to Be Associate; 37
Wanna McKinney, editor of the 1921
Oregana, announced today the mem
bers of the editorial staff, to which list
some further additions are to be made
next year. The staff already numbers
37, and with some appointments yet
to be made, the 1921 Oregana promises
to be one of the best publications ever
undertaken by the students of the
The members of the editorial staff
who have thus far been appointed are
Associate Editor—Harry Ellis.
Athletics—Floyd Maxwell, Alexan
der Brown, Charles Gratke
Features—John IJierdorff, Madgte
Calkins, Wesley Frater, Scanland Col
Dramatics—Fred Dodson. ,
Classes—Velma Rupert, Helen Man
ning, Pauline Coad, Mauna Loa Fallis,
Organizations—Eleanor Spall, Ray
University—Mary Lou Burton, Guy
Sacre, Louise Sheahan.
Administration — Mildred Weeks,
Woman’s Athletics—Margaret Rus
sel, Ariel Dunn.
Sororities—Mary Ellen Bailey.
Forensics—Doris Sawtell, Remy Cox.
Woman’s Activities— Dorris Sikes.
Art and Cartoon—Wilbur Hulin, Da
vid Baird, Frances Habersham, Fern
Special Events—Inez King, Eliza- j
Special Features—Irene Stewart.
FOUND—Blue Angora scarf (luring
moot court, May 27. Call Journal
TWO NEW BUUILDINGS TO
BE COMPLETED BY FALL
(Continued from page 1)
work both among faculty and stu
I dents must keep pace with or outdis
tance the building program if Oregon
is to become a bigger as well as a
better university. This ideal was ex
pressed by Professor Colin Y. Dyment
at the rally held In celebration of the
passage of the millage bill,
j Investment in Research.
| ‘‘The people were investing thisj
The Best For The Money
IS OUR AIM
Edstmon Kodaks and
Fullest Assortment of Waterman Ideal Pens, Eversharp
Pencils and other Graduation Remembrances.
Place Cards a la Vogue-Party Requisites.
“Thanks to All Patrons of the Past Season”
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THE WHITE LUNCH
R. C. ELLMAKER, Prop.
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money,” said Mr. Dyment, “in the^
spirit of mental research. They are
, giving us this money on credit. Not
on compensation for past achievement
not for what we are doing now, but on
faith for what they thought we would
accomplish. It is up to us to make
this a better university which to me is
characterized by the spirit of mental]
research. We have the research spirit I
in the faculty and the day when it
comes to the student body on that day
$800,000 reward will come to its fru
ition in the 36 counties.”
Get That Group Taken Now
Those old college photographs are going to be your
rtiost prized mementoes. I am making a specialty of Uni
versity photographs. Best of work guaranteed.
FLASHLIGHTS VIEWS PORTRAITS
A. C. READ
Campus Photographer. Phone 769-L. 563 East 11th St.
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To the Faculty and Students of the
University of Oregon
We wish to take this, our last, opportunity of expres
sing our sincere appreciation of the courtesies and favors
you have extended us during the past year.
Soon you shall leave on your summer vacation, a rest
well earned by long tedious hours of work during the past
months. We wish everyone a most pleasant vacation, full
of rest and happiness, and trust that you will return next
fall with renewed in terest and enthusiasm for your work.
To those who graduate, we are thankful for the oppor
tunity of having known you and sincerely hope that the
future holds a reward for you worthy of your efforts during
the past four years.