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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 12, 1920)
Portland Social Work Head
Rated Able Speaker
Dr. Philip A. Parsons, director of the
1 ortland school of social work and pro
fessor in the School of Sociology, will
give the address at Assembly, Thursday
morning of this week,
I>r. Parsons came to the University
this fall from Syracuse University, wher
He was head of the Sociology department.
He is a graduate of Union Seminarj
and CWanrbta university, receiving his
doctor’s degree in lf>09 from Columbia
lie was also a student and fellow in the
New York School of Philanthropy anil
the Bureau of Social Research, and sinci
1009 he has been head of the sociology
department at Syracuse University. Dur
ing this period his department grew from
75 to over 000 students.
Dr. Parsons founded and*directed the
university settlement, run in connection
with the department of sociology of the
university. He is regarded as an able
speaker on economic, political and soda
topics, and has traveled extensively in
Europe and the Orient to study soda’
FRENCH CLUB MEETS
TONIGHT IN BUNGALOW
Session t® Be Held in Y. W. Bungalow;
Music and Short Talks Will
Be on Program
The French club is t'> hold its first
meeting of the year tonight at 7:30 in the
Y. W. bungalow. All students who have
one year of French are eligible to mem
bership and are invited to attend. Then
is to be a program of music aud short
talks and after the program ereryom
will visit. All conversation is to he ip
The club affords an opportunity for
students interested in French to get to
gather and learn French songs, hear talk:
on different subjects (relative to tin
French people and literature, as well a
giving them a chance to practice their
French with impunity. Last year tin
members gave a pla.v which was verv
successful. Those who were in the club
last year are enthusiastic in their plan:
for the coming winter, as they receiver
much benefit from it as well as the socia’
good times that they had.
Membership is not invitational at pres
eut, and the club is planning to take it
a number of new members. Anyone wish
iug to join should see the president. Ray
uipnd Burns. Later in the year member
ship may be elective.
SMOKER WILL BE HELD
Architecture Club Plans to Entertair
Worker* on Campus Buildings
All men employed in construction wot'!
on the campus itt'present are to lie tin
guests of the Architecture chili at i:
siu-oker in the near future, according 0
Lyle Bartholomew, president of that or
ganization. Members of the club have
been busy on plans for the affair since
the opening of the university, and as soon
as they are completed the men will be
invited. Xo definite date lias yet been
set, although it is expected to be held
Square Mix Won by
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class in the form of Dauuy Woods and
the freshman class, represented by Pan
McCullough. In the fight Sophomori
was floored, whereupon Oregon Spiri
came to liis rescue and instilled so mucl
pep into him that he sent Prosit dowi
for the count. "Swede” Larson played
the part of Oregon Spirit. Uol (tray
'refereed the bout and Wilbur Phillip?
and Itolf Skulason acted as seconds
This was the Sophomore stunt. Tin
Prosh stunt failed to materialize so the
13 points went to the upper class.
Frosh President Paraded.
IVliile a cordon of Senior cops held
back the waves of Freshmen who would
have rescued him, Claire Wallace, the
newly-elected Prosh president, made hi:
appearance on the field. Attired in ai
uuderdnirt and riding in a garbage car
pushed by members of the committer
who captured him. he would have made :
pleasant picture on a warmer day. How
ever it was not warm. After much
parading he was turned loose and ailowei
to take his place in the tug of war team
Tliis is the first time in four years that
the freshman president has been cap
Cane Rush Some Fight.
The cane rush was a battle royal
Each team was composed of 30 men.
The teams lined up on lines some dis
tance apart. Halfway between the twe
lines two senior cops held a pole about
eight feet long Tty the ends. When tin
gun was fired each line started and tin
meeting at the pole was little short of
terrific. For the space id ten miuutes
many parts of the contestants were seen
blit it. was seldom that a ’whole boy
could be made out in the whole melee.
After the cops had unraveled the tangle
,of contestants it was found that there,
was one more Freshman hand on the pole
than there were Sophomores. This raised
the freshman score to 22 and one-half
The 33 sophomores who defended the
flag were entirely successful in holding
off the 50 attackers who would have torn
the flag from the top of the pole, and
thereby added 33 points to tliri score.
The Frosh managed after much fight
ing to drag one more sandbag over the
line than their opponents, in the closing
‘■vent of the day. They admitted, though
that they had to fight hard for their ad
Tlie ones who awarded the decisions in
the square mix were Bill Hayward. Sin
Huntington. Bart Spellman, and George
As the contestants left the field many
torn clothes were to be seen and a few
bloody noses, but tin- faces were ^smiling.
Patronize Emerald advertisers
24 West 9tli St.
Proprietor of Two Tailor Shops.
Suits to Order, Alterations.
Cleaning and Pressing.
Eugene Steam Laundry
Service Our Aim
University Barber Shop
Service Our Aim. Next to the Oregana
HERE YOU ARE! !
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.
Quick Auto Service.
Osburn Cleaners and Dyers
-" ' ■ ■■ 1
We are remodeling the rear end of
our store to beautify it and enlarge
the seating capacity. As yet, it isn’t
finished, but in the meantime come in
and gel served at the counter.
Electric Cleaning Company
Cleaning and Pressing.
Also Carpet and Rug Cleaning.
Be Sure to Look in at
—T HE ANCHORAGE—
Before Arranging for your enter
On the Millraee
AY lien in town, drop in our
Lunch Room for a Cup of
Coffee and a little to eat.
East Ninth off Willamette.
'Patronize Emerald advertisers
Football makes one reso
And full of pep aid go to
— Mr. Xever-grow-up.
We’ll supply you with
everything to encourage
a footbal career from
your costume to the foot
ball itself. Our sporting
goods are all of standard j
calibre. Games and toys I
for big and little men.
* * I
Eugene Gun Store
Next door to the Varsitv.
Sale Net Lace Flouncing
98c and $1.99
There should be a rush for this lace
flouncing; just the thing for informal
Party and Evening Dresses, 27 to 36 inches
wide; cream, white and black net, colored
and self embroidered, 15 patterns to choose
from; net flouncing that sold regular at
.$3.00 to $6.00. Many of the better numbers
contain only enough for a dress, so be here
earlv if interested.
A Hover Lace..59c, 90c
Comes in colors, white and cream; sold reg
ular ii}) to $2.00 a yard.
What’s In a Name?
We mean to live Lip to Our name.
We cater to the students. The way we
do it is through SERVICE and SATIS
FACTION. ' T-SiSl
U. of 0. Market
Obak Cigar Store
The Home of tlie Students Who
Use the Pool and Billiard Tables
8th and Willamette W. R. (Obak) Wallace
Royal Club Coffee
and Royal Club Brand
So—demand lhis brand when you buy your supph\
Agents for Moellers Candies.
Lang' ®> Company