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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
iluth Young, a forme.: student of the
University and resident of Eugene, was
married to J. Ralph Reck of South Rend.
Washington, on October f, in Seattle.
Mrs. Beck spent two years at the Uni
verslty of Oregon. She was graduated
iu June. lftiiO, from the University of
Washington, where she spent her senior
year. While at Oregon, Mrs. Beek was v
member of Alpha I’hi fraternity, and
was very active in dramatics, where she j
has unusual talent. She was president of
Minsk and Buskin, local chapter of the
Associated University Players, and iu her
Junior year was elected to Scroll and
Script, local honorary woman's organiza
Mr. Beck is a graduate of the Oregon
Agricultural School of the class of 4919
and is a member of Alpha Tan Omega
The sophomores of Kappa Alpha Theta
sponsored a very charming dinner dance
Friday night for their new pledges. The
guests for the evening were Robert Had
ley, Edward Herman, John Rickard.
Ralph Burgess, Itean Ireland, Hall Smith.
Lot Beattie, Ben Reed, Ase Eggleson,
Gene Kelty, Rodney Belknap, Clifford
Carlson, Desmond Oudlipp, Hobart Kcik
nap, George Sensenich, Harland Gram.
Don Newbury and Oeorge Bronough.
Miss Virginia Giles, who has been visit
ing on the campus for the last two weeks
returned home Sunday.
Miss Roberta Scheubal, a prominent
alumna of Alpha Phi has been visiting
on the campus. Miss Scheubal is in
terested in Chiuitfiqua work for the Elli
son-White Co., but intends to re-enter
school next term.
Mrs. Frank Barrett, nee Marjorie Hol
man, of Seattle, was a house guest here
for first week, as were the blisses Helen
Houghten, Marjorie Kay, Bernice Craig
and Era Godfrey.
Chi Omega entertained their local A1
umnae chapter 'Tuesday evening. Those
present were Mrs. Helen Martin. Mrs
(Gladys Wilkins McCreadie, Mrs. H. D.
Sheldon, Mrs. P. E. Snodgrass. Mrs
Harold Cockerline, Mrs. Herbert Rhome
Mrs. Ruby Goodrich, Mrs. Fred Stickles
Mrs. Rae Jenkins and Miss Burgess.
Sunday dinner guests at the Delta
Gamma house were Robert Cosgviff, Aus
tin Hazard. William Coleman. Raymond
Tester, Bill Rhinehart, Alden Bennett
and Raymond Donglass.
Delta Delta Delta hold initiation Sun
day tor Madge Nelson. Maybelle Ramond
and Irene Barrett. A banquet at the
chapter house followed.
an event of Sunday. Only the new sis
Kappa Si gin a was host for a sister
dinner Sunday. The guests were Dorothy
[ Bakin. PrisceUa Eakin, Merle Hamilton.
Annamay Brouough. Gladys Everett. Dor
is Churchill, Eva Randall, Grace Deck
Miss MacMinus. Mr. and Mrs. Marion
McClain were honor guests.
The DLii Delta Theta sister dinner was
ters on the campus were present, in
cluding Elizabeth Strowbridge. Jessie
Gamble. Ethel Dnrno. Jane Campbell.
Elizabeth Torrey, Josephine Woods.
Crystal Stearns and Margaret Murphy.
President and Mrs. Campbell, and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Hall were chaperones.
Sigma Nil also entertained with a sister
dinner Sunday. Those honored were
Geraldine King. Daisy Gouehner, Beta
Kiddle, iLyle Bryson. Helen Madden.
Wanna McKinney. Jeannette Ilogan.
Dorothy Dixon. Dorothy Graham, Doro
thy Wootten, and Doris Hoefler.
t Sigma Nus from O. A. C. who visited
at the chapter house here over the week
end were Albert Hodler, Maurice Snook.
Bob Stewart, Robert Braudes, John
Crout and Step Briner.
Dinner guests at the Delta Tau Delta
house this week were Frank Krippen.
Dean and Mrs. Straub, Merle Thorn and
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Spearow.
Two engagements that come as a sur
prise to many campus people are those
of Manna Loa Fallis and Floyd Bowles,
and Irva. Smith and Rollin Woodruff.
Manna Doa Fallis was a student at the
University last year and of the the most
prominent girls of the freshman class.
Miss Fallis is a member of Kappa Kap
pa Gamma and the honor society of
Kawania. Mr. Bowles is a member of
Kappa Sigma and is a Junior this year.
Friday evening at a prettily appointed
dinner at the chapter house of Sigma
Delta Phi, kiss Irva Smith announced
her engagement to Rollin Woodruff
Miss Smith is an Alumna of Sigma Delta
Phi, Kawama and Scroll and Script. She
was a girl of rare capability and very
active in campus affairs during her four
years here. Rollin Woodruff is a member
of Delta Tau Delta.
Teams Planned) to Represent
Four Student Groups.
Weather Not Yet Favorable to Practise
Hockey teams to represent the fresh
men, sophomore and upper classes will
he organized in the near future if a suf
ficient number of girls turn out to prac
tice, Miss Emma Waterman, instructor
in hockey, announces that practices will
be held every evening at 4:15. Regular
hockey classes meet1 Monday. Wednesday
and Friday, but she has arranged for
special class practices Tuesday and
Thursday afternoons at the same hour.
Any girl who is interested may attend
any of these classes.
“Thus far, the wearther, especially at
4:15 in the afternoon, has not been suit
able for practicing,” said Miss Water
man, “but if it ever clears up, we shall
be able to have some good practices
and I should like to have a large number
Experience is not necessary, she says,
since the majority of the girls ore be
ginners. The first practices this week
were poorly attended, but it is hoped that
the promise of class teams will arouse
interest. Miss Waterman states that a
varsity team may be organized but, ow
ing to a late start and unsettled weather,
she doubts if it will be possible this
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Multnomah Beat 7-0
Blake aud Hoi sin gt on showed that they
are to be reckoned with in the selection
of men for the first-string berths.
Oregon Defense Ragged.
Oregon’s defensive work was extremely
ragged at times, and the Lemon-Yellow
line allowed the Multnomah forward de
fense to break through several times and
smear the Oregon backfield before they
were started. Oregon’s interference run
ning proved effectual against the visitor.;
in the game, although few long end puns
were attempted. Both Multnomah and
Oregon stuck closely to line smashes and
A crowd of about 2000 students were
in attendance and the student support
was all that could be asked for. Be
tween halves-the time honored custom
of the serpentine was carried out under
the direction of Yell Leader Keeney, as
sisted by Ireland and Nunn.
Referee “Sam” Dolau handled the of
ficial position in his usual satisfactory
way, and there were no complaints from
this end of the game Saturday. “Bill”
Schmitt officiated as umpire, and Everett
May acted as head linesman.
The following lineup started the game
Oregon Position Multnomah
Howard . le.Ratcliff
Leslie, E.It.DeCicco, P.
Ward . Ig. Nelson
Leslie, K.c.DeCicco. M.
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Substitutions: Oregon—Shields, Mautz
Brown, Blake. Latham, I)urno, Morfitt.
Laughlin, Vender Ahe, 'Mead. Multnom
ah—Brown, Armstrong. Serabim, Nelson.
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Letters Sent to Tell
of Homecoming Week
say. ‘‘This Homecoming is going to be a
Homecoming that will not be forgotten
soon, one that will leave memories that
will repay you for being here at that
time,” declares the alumni secretary in
Return envelopes are also being sent
out so that any alumnus desiring to
write ahead for reservations for the
game may do so after October JO. Mar
ion Mel Main, .graduate manager, will at
tend to them. All such applications are
to be filed in the order in which they
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