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Oregon Daily Bmerald
RAYMOND E. VESTER,
Of fit-in I imblit-ntion of the Assm-iiiteil -Student* of the University of Oregon,
issued, dtylj; except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.
Entered in the post office at Eugene, Oregon, as second class matter. Sub
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Campus office—053._ Downtown office—1200.
AN A. S- U. 0. RULING.
When the students of tile 'University elect a representative
Student (council to arrange for.such student activities as open
1 louse last Saturday night, it is up to the students to abide by
the rulings made in regard to such affairs. Arrangements
were made by the-Student Council to have each men’s organ
ization on tKe'campus divide themselves into two separate
groups, each'group to visit one-half of the women’s resi
dences 1 bolding open house that evening. 1 his arrangement
was made because it was felt that it would be impossible for
the'full number of men from each organization to visit all
women’s residences in one evening. Pull announcement ot
the plan was made, in the Emerald, and the division ot wo
men’s houses announced twice.
In violation of this ruling, several men’s organizations
visited the women’s residences in one body. The larger
groups failed to visit all of the women’s residences, and as a
consequence some women’s organizations were slighted. Such
action on the part of the men is not conductive to good stu
dent government, and unless students can learn to abide by
rulings set down by the officers whom they have elected, the
Associated Students must confess their failure to accomplish
anything in the University.
• It is necessary to Oregon democracy that open house be
held, in order that members of the student body may meet
each other. If the Student Council had thought it advisable
for each complete men’s organization to visit all women’s
residences in oik* evening, they would have made such an ar
rangement, hut it was found impossible to carry such a plan
Hereafter, when the Student Council makes a ruling in re
gard to an all-University affair, it is up to the students to
nbev that ruling, or a chaos resulting from a government with
no authority will grow out of the present Associated Students
of the University of Oregon.
THE UNIVERSITY BAND.
The University band is the biggest pep-box that the old
Oregon fight ever had. There is nothing that can make a
thrill of enthusiasm run through a CroWd quicker than the
striking up “Mighty Oregon.” It is the soul of the grand
Pop the past two years the hand lots been pretty much of
a phantom affair. It seemed that there was no band, yet
when the time for a rally or game came around a splendid or
ganization was on hand, as if it were a spontaneous creation
of the Oregon Spirit. And then it would disappear, leaving
only the 1 i. O. T. C. hand as a reminder of the Student band
that once was.
Tomorrow’s rally suddenly brings the matter to the fore
ground. Today there is no hand on the campus, tomorrow'
one must lx* in the bleachers. It is therefore necessary that
(*vory student on the campus wrho can play a wind instrument
be out to the emergency call rehearsal tonight. There w7ill he
a place for everyone, they need the baud as much as the band
needs them. It is an early opportunity to start the year right
by participating in student activities, by showing the old Ore
Some way or other there seems to he incorporated in the
student a passionate desire to wreck as many of the seats in
Villard hall as possible. If every gathering would leave as
many skeletons by the road side as did the V. mix the janitor
would soon he hanging out the S. R. (>. sign.
HARRY A. SMITH,
1920 GRADUATE IS HERE
Chandos B. Castle, Ex-service Man. Has
Classes in Freshman Eng
Chandos 1!. Castle. graduate of the
University with the class of 1tt-0, is one
of the new instructors in the department
of English. In addition to teaching two
sections of freshman English Mr. Castle
is taking graduate work nil the rhetoric
I Hiring the war M . Castle was in the
naval aviation service on the Atlantic
coast, lie spent eight months tit the
naval air station at I’ensacola. as radio
operator and in the wireless telephone
maintenance department. At 1‘ensaoola
he held the rank of electrician, second
Last summer lie worked as reporter
•muI desk man on newspapers in Itaker*
field and Merced. California, ills par
ents reside in Merced.
Mr. Castle is a member of the Univer
sity of California chapter of Kappa A*
pha national fraternity, lie is one of ilie
founders and charter members of Te
Tabard Inn. local chapter of Sigma Ep
silon, national literary fracternity.
GEOLOGISTS WILL MEET
Condon Club To Have New Interest for
Scientists This Year.
This is to he an interesting year for
the Condon Club on the campus, accord
ing to Claire tloldrege, president of the
organization. Cures are being made to
do original geo! .gi< ai research work
throughout the yi'ir. In their meethigs
they will review articles in the leading
scientific magazines. They hope to
I make their work of interest to other
[scientists, as well as to geologists, and
they will hold social meetings aside from
the regular ones. The first meeting for
this term Will -he held in the Administra
tion building some time this week.
j Oregon Calendar
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Tuesday, October 5—Faculty colloquium.
Wednesday, October 6. 1920. — First
yell practice, Kincaid Field grand
stand. 4:15 p. m. Tryouts for as
sistant .veil loaders.
Thursday, October 7—Assembly. Reg
•alar meeting A. S. F. O. Villard.
11 a. id.
Friday, October 8.—Student body dance
Armory. S p. nt.
Frinedly Hall Meals. .Meals will hi
served at Friendly hall in the future ac
cording to the following schedule: Break
fast 7:00 4. m., lunc-h, 11:30 a. m., din
ner, 5:80 p. m.
Orchestra Rehearsal. First rehears
al of the University orchestra will be
held tonight at 7:30 in Villard hall.
Band Tryout.—Tryouts for the Uni
versity hand will lie held at Villard lull
at 5 p. m. today.
Public Speaking.—The nine o’clock sec
tion of Extempore Speaking win meet «
34 Beady hall instead of Guild hall, ef
Homecoming Committee. — Homecom
iug committee will meet in Dean St rant) \
office tonight at 7:30.
Executive Committee. — The Execn
tive committee will meet in the Co-oi
store today. Wednesday evening at 7:30
Frosh to Elect. — A meeting to eleci
officers of the Freshman class for t»u
coming year will lie held Thursday r<n
lowing assembly. All first-year student,
are requested to remain for a short tirm
in Villard after assembly to vote on thi
following nominations: President, Allan
Mooeas, Claire Wallace and Charles
Thompson; Vice-president, Edna Buso
nis 11. Muriel Meyers and Gstellu Medelln;
Secretary, Elna Foreman, Velma Pree
land, and 'Eunice Cowgill: Treasurer
Lawrence Templeton, Jesse Greene aim
are getting serious at the University V
M. C. A. Every day many students coint
to the secretary’s desk asking for em
ployment during their spare time, but
work seems to lie unusually scarce this
year, and most of them are turned aw*.*
Will anyone who knows of any part-T'iu
employment kindly telephone the "'V1
hut, 504. Odd jobs of piling wood, plew
iug apples, etc., appreciated.
Oregon Club Men. — All independen.
men who have not yet completed ar
rangements for attending the student
b nil dance Friday night are asked t
drop in at the "V" hut after tonight.
Men’s Glee Club. — Tryouts for tile
Men’s Glee Club will be held Monday.
October 11. at 4:30 in the music build
F. S. Naval Academy pin. Finder
plense call Anna Katherine Chatman at
I lelta (lamina house.
Overcoat, either at Gamma Phi nr
ICappa house during open house. “It. W.
Rugh” is on the inside coat pocket. Call
STANFORD STARS LATE.
“Swede” Righter. varsitv center for
Stanford, and .Lick Patrick, star full
back. will not return to college until
At the Qregana
A new diet* prepares the most up-to-date
lunches and confectionery
The Students’ Shop
Additions to be Made to Staff
The University health committee has j
planned for an enlargement of the in- |
firmary staff and an increase in the in- j
stt uments and facilities of the Univer- j
sity infirmary in order that the health •
of the students may be better cared for j
during the ensuing year. l>oetors Bo- ]
card and Sawyer left for Portland yes- i
cerday and as part of their business 1
there will see to the purchase of addi- 1
cionul equipment including an X-ray ma- i
hine and an operating table.
With the increased facilities in the in
firmary nearly all athletics injuries may
ie cared for successfully, the X-ray be
ng a great aid in the care of fractures.
The removal of tonsils and other minor
i-pe: tions will become a part of the in
irnntry's work as soon as the new equip
nent can lie installed. Formerly it has
icon necessary to send all such cases
0 the city doctors because of the lack
if facilities at the infirmary.
The staff at the infirmary which is at
ire sent composed of I)r. Sawyer and
wo nurses. Miss May Sibbald and Mrs
M. Sim lair, is. soon to lie augmented by
1 follow-up nurse, who lias not yet been
•hosen. The duties of the fijllow-uo
nurse will be the care of the cases that
are 'reported to the infirmary for which
no person appears, care of Kugene
students who are confined to their homes
if ter having reported to the infirmary
and relief of the other two nurses. Such
cases have prior to this year been taken
care of by Dr. Sawyer and the addition
of the new nurse to the staff will allow
him more time at the infirmary. Part of
his additional time will be taken up by
ncreasing the clinic hours one hour per
lay. Formerly they were 10:00 a. m.
"o 11 a. m. and 1:30 p. hi. to 3:30 p.
a. They are to be increased a half
iour both in the morning and in the af
ternoon and the new hours will be from
a::io a. in. to 11:00 a. m. and from 1:30
'•>. m. to -1:00 p. in.
The physical examinations of the ja
mming class have been started and. ac
■ording to Dr. Sawyer, will be complet
'd in the next two weeks.
FRESHMAN WRITES FOR
Nancy Wilson, Journalism Major, Suc
cessful Author; Stories Pub
lished in Delineator.
Nancy Wilson, freshman in Journalism
from Olympia. W ish., is already a suc
cessful writer, her stories having been
published in magazines of national cir
culation for the past two years. She
takes her place unassumingly in Fle
mentary News class twice a week.
Miss Wilson has written for such per
iodicals ns the Delineator. Her strong
forte is children’s stories, which she
contributes largely to the St. Nie.hoi.is
Magazine. Besides her story writing she
composes Christinas verses and other oc
casional greetings for post card publish
For the past summer she has been en
gaged in junior Chautauqua work with
the Ellison-White Chautauqua Company
Athletic relations have been resumes
between Syracuse and Cornell and it is
certain that baseball games will ue
scheduled for next spring.
HOUSE MOTHERS ORGANIZE
The house mothers at the University
of California have organized a Hor se
If It Is Good,
We Buy It,
Any kind of elotlies, jewelry and musical instruments.
Goods of value bought at highest prices.
THE $2.00 FOR $1.00 STORE
(140 Willamette Street
Be Sure to Look in at
4 Before Arranging for your enter
On the Millrace
Are you troubled with im
perfect sight, letters
blurred, or running into
each other, skipping of
words or letters m reading, seeing oo.iects double, iloat
ing specks* aversion to light, contusion of objects which
is relieved by the closing of the eyes, tired feeling in and
behind the eyes, and the object looked at, holding the
book or work further away than formerly in order to see
distant objects as well as your friends see them ?
If so, it is time your eyes need attention.
JOIN THE “CO-OP”
PATRONIZE THE “CO-OP”
BOOST THE “CO-OP”
- . It is your store. You profit by it. The “CO-OP”
was organized and incorporated by the students. It
is managed under student direction. Students work
tionery—Sporting- Goods—Candy—Used Books.
—Save Your Purchase Slip—
13th and Kincaid Opposite Law School
CLASS ’24 FOBS