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Oregon Daily Emerald i
HARftY A. SMITH,
RAYMOND E. VESTER,
x-ylo Bryson..Associate Editor
Charles L. (Jratkc ... .News Editor
Mary Lou Burton, Francos Q uisenberry, Anna May Bronougli,
Elizabeth W liitcliousc.
Assistant .Sows Editors
I>orri.s Sikes Velina Rupert i
Sports Editor .Floyd Maxwell j
Assistants, Pierre .Meade, Eugene Kelt}’
Stanley ('. Eismau Carlton K. Eogan
Feat tin's ..lolin Dierdorff
Exchanges.Jacob Jacobson i
Fred Gn.v on
Kenneth Von el
liable' A1 Wortendvke
Charles T/inib George McIntyre
Official jmtjiieafion , of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon,
Issued daily 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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i.ainpus other?—*>>.>. #
Downtown ox bee—1200. i
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BE ON? OF THE THUNDERING THOUSAND.
In an issue of the Emerakl last week, the varsity yell
leader deplored the lack of spirit shown by Oregon.men and
women at the last yell practice. A\ mere handful of men re
sponded to the call of the yell leader, only a score of women,
and but a half a band.
Tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 on Kincaid field the final
veil’practice before the Idaho same will be held. The R. O.
T. C. band, which has been accepted by the student council as
the official student band of the University, will make its first
appearance. The squad of freshmen football aspirants will
stage a 'practice scrimmage for the benefit of the rooters.
Tomorrow afternoon Oregon should compleete the organ
ization Of a “Thundering Thousand.” composed of every loyal
Oregon student. Such an organization, with a full knowledge
of every Oregon song and every Oregon yell, working to
gether under the direction of the varsity yell staff, should and
ill go a long ways towards winning more intercollegiate
laurels for the Unnversitv of Oregon.
fine ot the saddest things imaginable to an old Oregon man
is ail Oregon student who does not know every Oregon veil
and every Oregon song. The varsity veil staff’has arranged
weekly veil practices this year, meaning' to acquaint every
Oregon student with each song and yelli and to so organize
Oregon rooters that each yell given at a game will be given
vdth the snap and precision that perfect familiarity assures,
pith the support of every student, the Thundering Thousand
can will as much fame for the Uiiiversitv of Oregon as the var
sity teams themselves. Be at Kincaid field tomorrow at 4:30!
Be one of the Thundering Thousand.
Petty depredation of property of citizens of Eugene and
.Springfield has again been laid <it the door of Oregon stu
dents. Tt is inconceivable that any local Oregon student
would lower himself to petty thievery’, and*.yet proof has come
to the I.'riiversity that students have been guiltv of such 'dep
redations. This is very regrettable, and unless such actions
eeasje, either the University authorities or the students them
selves must take action to punish the offenders.
I THE FORUM |
PI BETA PHI EXPLAINS.
To (he Emerald:—Oregon Alpha Chap
ter of Pi Beta Phi wishes to explain the
article in Saturday's Emerald relative
to her being penalized, by telling the
nature of the offense so that the read
era will know the truth.
The local Panhelleuie Alumnae Board
which governs 1‘anhellenic rushing dur
ing the rush week made a special request
of all fraternities that no fraternity go
to Hendricks hall after one o’clock on
Saturday, when open rushing begins. Pi
Beta Phi, not understanding that a re
quest ot the local Alumnae Board made
during rush week is as binffng as r^rule
of the Bushing Compact, disregarded
this request, went to Hendricks hall, and
pledged a girl.
Pi Beta Phi acknowledges that she
was wrong, and is willing to accept the
penalty assigned to her, but is unwilling
to bear the stigma of unfair rushing and
open defiance of a Panhelleuie law.
KONA PHESCOT TUTSOX.
DOHA E. BIBCHAUD.
Pres. Ore. A. of Pi Beta Phi.
ROBBINS TO BE HOST
Governor Ben W. Olcott Will Be Chief
Speakers of Evening.
Dr. E. C. Bobbins, Dean of (lie
School of Commerce, is giving a ban
quet Thursday night. October 21. to all
seniors, graduate students and the fa
cultios of tlu' department of economics,
and (lie School of Commerce. It will be
held at the Oshurn Hotel.
Governor Ren W. Olcott will he chief
speaker of the evening:. Tie will talk
on “Opportunities in Oregon for the
Trained Business Man.”
Hr. Bobbins hopes to make this an
annual event. lie wishes that any sen
iors or graduate students of these de
partments who might have been over
looked when the invitations were sent
out would call at the School of Cdin
ARMY TEST TO BE GIVEN
Officers Working On Questions; Exams
To Be Held This Week.
examinations to be given wupld-be non
commissioned officers are being worked
out by Sergeant K. M. Martin of the |
Military Department and Cadet Major
Arnold Kocpke, commander of the cadet
battalion, according to Major Raymond
Baird. The examinations will be
held \\ ednesday. Most of tin* new non
coms will come from the sophomore
class, said Major Baird. Only in special
eases will warrants be given to Fresh
COX SHAKES 100,000 HANDS.
Haring his western campaign it is
estimated that Governor James M. Cox i
shook hands with 100,000 people west of
OXFORD ADMITS WOMEN.
In spite of the fact that Oxford can
not accommodate all the men students
who apply for admission, the college:
doors have been thrown open to women
| Oregon Calendar
Tuesday, October 19. — On.cn meeting
social affairs committee. Guild hall.
4 to G p. in.
(trehesfra rehearsal. Villard hall.
7:110 p. m.
Wednesday, October 20. — Yell practice.
Kincaid field. 4:110 p. m.
Thursday, October 21. — Assembly. An
nual pledge day ceremony. Villard.
11 a. m.
Friday, October 22.—V. M.-Y. W. Mix.
Armory. 8:00 p. in.
Saturday, October 23. — Football. Ore
gon vs. Idaho. Hayward field. 2:30
Journalish Students.—A picture of all
students of journalism will be taken
Wednesday at 2:00 p. m.
Republicans Meet. — There will be a
meeting of all republicans in Prof. Howe’s
room at 7:30 tonight.
Masons, Attention: — There will be
a meeting in Dean Straub’s room in the
Administration building, Tuesday even
ing at 7:30. All members of the faculty
and students who are Masons are urged
Committee Meeting Open. — An open
meeting of the social affairs committee
will be held in Guild hall, 4 to 5:30 Tues
day. Elizabeth Fox, Dean of Women.
Democratic Meeting. — A meeting of
all democrats, all those who favor Cox
and Roosevelt for the presidency, and
all those in favor of the league of nations
will be held Thursday evening at 7:30 in
Dr. Gilbert's room in the library. A
permanent organization will bo formed,
and important business brought up at
Eutaxians. — First meeting of term
Tuesday evening, October 19. Y. W.
Bungalow. Members come.
Debate Tryouts — Debate tryouts will
be held in Villard hall. Wednesday at
7:30 o’clock p. in. All students who
have matriculated three months in the
l diversity are eligible. Speeches are
limited to four minutes in length and
must be on either the affirmative or neg
ative of the question “Resolved, that tile
aid given to the American shipping as
provided for in Sec. 28 or the .Tones Rill
(.Merchant Marine act of 1920) is to the
best interests of the Dinted States.
Arl Exhibit. — An exhibition of prints
sent by the Amerieal Federation of Art
ists Collection has been arranged by Al
len Eaton, and will be on display in the
exhibition room in the architecture build
ing the entire week beginning Monday,
FOUND — IS size gold watch in front
of Administ ration building Monday morn
ing. < al Lewis W. Latimer, Friendly
LOST. — A red silk ladies umbrella,
with white ring handle, at the .Eagles
hull last Friday night. Call 739-.I be
tween ti and 7 o’clock p. m.
LOST. — Kappa Sigma pin set with
opal. Finder call ISO. Reward.
Sigma Delta Chi Meets. — There will
be u meeting of members of Sigma Delta
( hi at tile Anchorage Wednesday- noon.
FEEDS 275 EVERY DAY
Electrical Kitchen Apparatus Saves
Much Time for Chef and Six
Two hundred seventy-five persons eat
at Friendly hall every day, according to
Nell Warwick, bookkeeper at the cafe
teria. Of these. 175 eat at the cafe
teria, and on days when they come in
a steady stream, says Miss Warwick, it
j is possible to serve the entire number
j within half an hour. The other hundred
j are the boys who live at Friendly, and
are served in the main dining room.
The amount of food consumed may be
imagined from the fact that 21 pounds of
buttin' is used in one day; .SO loaves of
bread are used for a single meal, 125
: pounds of potatoes, and from 90 to 130 j
I pounds of meat, depending on the man- j
tier of cooking. j
I The Friendly hall kitchen appliances
j are run by electricity. This includes
J electric mixing-bowls for making may-!
1 onnaisc, mashing potatoes, and so forth, j
i and an electric chopping bowl which j
! chops a gallon of food in half a minute.
: Tlire is also an electric dish-washer. I
The personnel of the kitchen staff in- i
| eludes d. chef, two cooks, the operator j
of tin- electric disli-washer, and three j
j Board at the hall costs six dollars a j
‘ week. y
WANTED—A GOOD MAN; One not
[afraid of work or afraid to talk; Solicit
| University students during spare hours.
, Desire one who plays piano, although
this is not essential. A good man can
[earn $100.00 a month until school closes
next June. Don’t apply unless you mean
! business. See White-Waterman Piano
i School, 917 Willamette Street.
COLUMBIA FRESHMEN ROW.
Eighty-seven freshmen turn out for
J crew practice at Columbia.
Vacancies Filled In
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W. Keene. '90. Silverton; Fred Kiddle,
’17, Island City; Lyman G. Rico, ’14,
Pendelton; Reuben Steelquist, ’09, Alb
any: Mrs. Anne Roberts Stephenson,
The alumni council of the University
meets three times a year, once during
Homecoming, once in the spring, and on
Alumni day during Commencement.
T?OR tlie student or prof.,
ihe superb VENUS out
rivals iill for perfect pencil
work. 17 black degrees and
City Messenger Service
E. Ttli J. C. GRANT, Mgr.
24 West DM) St.
Proprietor of Two Tailor Shops.
Suits to Order, Alterations..
Cleaning- and Pressing.
THIS EMBLEM STANDS FOR QUALITY
I o<;y uuve.
■ CLEANING AND PRESSING
Special service and lowest prices.
Will Call and Deliver,
Osburn Cleaners and Dyers
A. C. READ
The Campus Photographer.
FILMS- KODAK FINISHING
849, East Kith
Electric Cleaning Company
Cleaning and Pressing.
Also Carpet and Rug Cleaning.
Not at, our grocery. We are not contributors to the
It. (A L. We sell as reasonable as possible, and, as far
as it is known, everybody will agree with tis on that
Good Groceries for Less
: 7.00, nth
Curtiss Indian Curt-tdnes Pictures,
Ester Hunt Chinese Casts,
Wall! Paper, Paint and Art Store
What’s In a Name?
' r ■» -|f •" s. '>
We mean to live up to Our name.
We cater to the students. The way we
do it is through SERVICE and SATIS
U. of 0. Market
For - ... ,
10 Best Reasons Why a “Picture Show”
Should Run on Sunday in a Mill Town.
All letters must be in by Friday, Octo
Address’ S. V. WARD, ' -
P. O. Box 233,