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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1920)
TO BE OCTOBER 30
Annual Lottery Plans Made in
First Meeting of Class. >
Plans for the different events of the
coming season were the chief topics for
discussion at the first junior class meet
ing of the year at the “Y” hut yester
October 30 is the date set for the an
nual Junior Jinks, the Junior “rough
neck” nffair of the season. As is custo
mary the affair will be a lottery, but a
number of .novel, features are expected
fijoin the committee in charge consists of
Helen Nelson, chairman, Wilbur Hoyt
fuid Sherman Reese.
It was also voted that Junior vaude
ville be re-established this year. Carl
Newbury, president of the class, will
appoint a committee to work out the de
tails and arrange a date for the vaude
ville in the near future. This year’s
class is the first in $wo years to at
tempt vaudeville, but with the talent con
tained in the class a show of excellent
character will be expected. It is planned
that, a committee will be appointed to
act as a head and work with another
committee of representatives from every
organization on the campus.
President Newbury also made a short
talk on the coming Underclass Mix and all
Juniors were urged to be on hand Sat
urday afternoon. The following Juniors
are working on the affair: “Chuck”
Huggins, chairman, Carl Liebe. Melvin
Murchie, “Nick” Michels, “Bill” Collins.
“Virg” Cameron and “Wes” Shattuck.
RETURN TO SCHOOL
Workers Meet Great People;
Cover Wide Territory.
Several girls from the University of
Oregon have been ensnared in the coils
of the Ellison-White Chautauqua, but
all who were in this employment Inst
summer have returned to school this
fall more enthusiastic than ever to fin
ish their courses. The four who were
in school part of last year are Marian
Taylor, who served eight months in the
work as booking agent and later as di
rector, Ruth Lane as junior supervisor
and director, Ruth Nash as director, and
Lois Hall as junior supervisor and cash
ier. To this list may now be added the
name of Nancy Wilson, a freshman from
Olympia, Washington, who was junior
William Jehuings Bryan seems to have
been a special feature on the girls’ cir
cuit for most of them met and became
personal friends with the great man.
Miss Nash and Miss Taylor had the
pleasure of introducing him to their re
spective audiences, so they say. Oth^r
persons of prominence and interest were
encountered, all of whom helped make
the work more interesting. When asked
what benefits were derived from the ex
periences, ope girl said, “It was worth
two college years in that we met all
kinds of people, learned how to manage,
received excellent executive training and
numerous other lessons well worth the
inconveniences and hardships.”
The territory covered by the Oregon
girls was .made up of Arizona, Califor
nia, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Mon
tana, Wyoming and Utah. They all took
the trip through Yellowstone Park dur
ing the summer, enjoying every minute.
There they met many people from col
leges and universities who were doing
some kind of work. “Some were classi
fied as Gear Jammers, Pack Rats and
Savages, to which they responded cheer
fully,” said Miss Taylor. “We lauded
the University of Oregon and I believe
we made a real impression on them. It
certainly made me feel proud to say 11
was from Oregon.” I
Y. M. 0. A. HAS $5 JOBS
FOR 25 MEN SATURDAY
91 Placed in Positions During Last Ten
Days, Says Manager of Employ
A call for 25 men to work Saturday
on a construction job has been received
at the employment bureau of the Y. M.
C. A., according to James H. Price,
manager of the employment service. The
pay will be $5.00 for eight hours.
During the last ten days 01 jobs have
been filled by students through the
agency of the employment bureau, said
Price. The jobs have ranged from wash
ing dishes and windows to selling toy
balloons and phonographs. General sat
isfaction has. been shown by the towns
people regarding student help and it is
hoped that the \r employment service
will be made use of by all the men stu
dents desiring odd jobs. So far the num
ber of jobs and the number of appli
cants have just about broken even.
DELTIl rei WILL BE
INSTILLED OCT. IS
Delta Zeta to Have Initiation
Ceremony and Banquet.
Installation of the. Oregon Omega
Chapter of the Delta Zeta, fraternity for
women, will take place in Eugene on the
week-end of October 15, lti and 17. Delta
Psi, local women’s fraternity, will offi
cially receive tbe 27th charter granted by
Delta Zeta on Saturday morning. The
program calls for initiation on Friday
and Saturday, and a very informal tea
Saturday afternoon to which the entire
Cain pus is invited. In the evening the in
stallation banquet will be held in the Os
Mrs. Gertrude McElfresh. of the Cor
nell Beta Chapter, and at present a fac
ulty member at O. A. C. will be Chief
Installing Officer. Miss Ruby Long, vice
president of Delta Zeta will be here.
and Mrs. II. L. Stephenson, past Grand
President of Delta Zetn, is expected.
Alys Sutton, bead of the Delta Psi, is
Grand Parlimentarinn of Delta Zeta.
Guests from Delta Zaia Chapters at O.
A, C., Washington State, and Washing
ton University will be entertained.
All members of Delta, l’si are now
pledged, and it is expected that be'tweet)
seventeen and twenty will be here for
initiation. Those eligible for membership
are: Beulah Keag.v Barendrick. Leona
Marsters, Mildred Parks, Gladys Ever
ett, Helen Biggs, Velina Moser Adams,
Thelma Hoeflein, Irene Hageuhuch.
Blanche Shipp, Bernice Shipp. Gertrude
Whitten, Helen Smith, Jean MeEachern,
Nadine Stevens. Genevieve Johnson.
Jeanette Hogan, Adelaide Parker. Veda
Patton. Clara Wheelhouse, Elaine Todd,
Marie Flynn and Mabel Sutherland.
NEWMAN CLUB HAS
Seven University students, who are
members of the Newman Club, a local
Catholic organization, have been appoint
ed as a committee to outline a plan of
We carry a complete line of toilet acces
sories, drugs, Bonnie B. Veils and Hair Nets
Save that trip to town—
We have everything.
University Book Store
11th and Alder Sts.
Styles that will look as charming
throughout the season as they do now
are shown at prices which will in
spire the wearer to value them for
their savings as well as their charm.
Satin Dresses at
$39.50 to $09.50
New styles cleverly trimmed with
dainty ribbon or filet lace.
$19.75 to $69.50
Every college girl should include
one of these tricotine dresses in her
Full size Black Rubber Inserted Labora
Fyne Point Pencils
Quadruple Plate ,. $1.50
Sterling . $3.00
Gold Filled . $3.50
UNN DRUG CO.
tin' dill) activities for the coming year.
They are .iaek Lund ore, dub president,
George l’asto, Phil Brogan. Genevieve
Clnnee.v, Alya Sutton, Veroyiicn Tracey,
and William Sharkey.
The first meeting of the dub for the
year was neld at the residet i." of Bex
erend F. OTItra on the evenin'.' of th;.
i>. The purpose of the dub was ex
plained to the new members by Reverend
O’Hara. Sunday, October 0, was the
date set for the meeting of the commit
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