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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1920)
J5UI4um> TO MEET
TOtftXJHT IN BUNGALOW
Literary Society to Outline Year’s Work;
Meeting Nights May Be Changed,
The Eutaxian Literary society, which
is the only active literary society in the
University, will hold a meeting today in
the Y. TV. C. A. bungalow for the pm
j>0se of making plans for the ensuing
Miss Helen Carson, president of the
society stated that the regular meeting
nights would probably be changed to the
first and third instead of the second and
fourth Tuesdays of each month as for
merly. because the Y. W. O. A. bunga
low, where the meetings will be held,
has already been engaged on those even
ings for the use of tlfe French club.
Any woman is admitted to member
ship in this society who is found eligible
by a committee of investigation consist
ing of three members of the organization.
The society takes up the study of pres
ent day eVeuts. contemporary writers
and other sitliilar topics. One of the
most interesting features oi last year’s
work was a discussion of the presiden
tial candidates, their ideas and ideals.
Records in the historical department
of the Fniversity library show this so
ciety to have been organized in October,
1883. Five amendments have been made
to the original constitution and four to
the by-laws. In 1S80 the Eutaxian and
Laurean societies, the latter a similar
organization foi' men. were incorporated
but later separate organizations were
FROSH FEEL AT HOME
SINCE DANCE SATURDAY
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Gel-Acquainted Party Banishes Blues
and Gives Babes Oregon Spirit
The Freshmen now feel very much at
home since the ‘get acquainted” party of
Saturday night. Everything came off on
schedule through the efforts of the class
president, Claire Wallace, who kept the
ball rolling, and Dean .John Straub and
Deap Elizabeth Fox.
The program was opened by a greet
ing from President Campbell, impressing
the students with their responsibilities
without burdening them, talks were
given by Dean Fox and Dean Straub.
The audience, was then entertained
with ap interpretive dance by Mildred
I.eCompte. A massive circle was formed
of the women present, and the regular
Introduction proceedings were then in
order. Dancing filled the program for
the remainder of the evening.
TWO DELEGATES TO BE
SENT TO CONFERENCE
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Y. M, C, A, Party in Charge of Hal Don
nelly and Roy Veatch Will Leave
Fnday for ro:2burQ.
Two delegates to the Older Roys Con-;
ferenee at Roseburg will be chosen today
by ^he Y. M. C. A. executive cabinet.
Several other students of the University
and the local high school are .planning to
The boys, in charge of Hal Donnelly
and Roy Veaeh, will leave Friday after
noon and return early Monday moruiug.
They expect to receive some interesting
instruction and a royal good time while
on the trip.
One of the big features of the confer
ence will be Mrs. Jean Morris Ellis, vo
cational adviser,, of nation-wide repute.
-Airs. Ellis was engaged in government
work during the war. and since then has
been connected with the Y. M. C. A. She
has attended several boys conferences in
the last two years, and all who have had
the privilege of an interview with her
agree that she is wonderful.
CASWELL WILL LECTURE
Science Club to Hear Paper on Theory,
of Time, Space and Gravitation.
Dr. A. E. Caswell, professor of physics
will read an illustrated paper this even-,
ing, on Einstein’s 'theory of Time.
Space and Gravitation, before the mem
bers of the Science club and their
guests. The meeting will open at. eight
o'clock, in room 24, of Deadv hull. Grad
uate students and teaching fellows are
especially invited. Os well as anyone else
who is interested in science. These meet
ings occur on the third Tuesday even
ing of each month. >
AljtMY AIRMEN AID SCHOOLS
Army airmen art scattering through
out California literature favorable to the
higher education millnge tax amendment.
SEARCHLIGHT AIDS CORNELL.
Hugo searchlights have been installed
at Ithaca to aid the Cornell team in
late evening practice.
SUNDAES! PHOSPHATES! ’N EVERYTHING!
They say the <lays of miracles are past, but when it eomes to
thinking it over, wouldn’t you almost consider bur Short Thicks a
miracle? Really, it is an accomplishment. However, we not only
specialize on Short Thicks but on every other dish for which the
. stomach (‘raves.
Determine tin* value of our statement sometime as you happen
to be going by. The opportune time is after a show or a dance.
Our service is ever improving’.
WALTER HUMMELL, Prop.
Come in and
CO-OP WITH YOURSELF
It pays to buy from yourself, and |
then at the end of the year, collect your |
own savings. |
Buy from the Co-Op and buy cheaper.
Have you tried
Why not try them today?
They are best.
The Students’ Shop
The hotter care you give your eyes- the better service
they will' give you. When they pain you, or feel strained, 2
t’s a sign that something is wrong with them. 1
You get dependable eye service here.
To See Better, See Moody
881 WILLAMETTE ST. EUGENE.GRE.
Iiet’s Get Our Work, Done at
ANDERSON’S FILM SHOP
Finishing and Framing. Opp. Rex Theatre.
University Barber Shop
Next to the Oregana
For Service, Call
Phono 129 67 Ninth Avenue East
Have You Found
| Your Style of Stetson
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The styles and shapes for |
Fall give you a better '
chance than ever to find the ;
Stetson in harmony with j
your entire appearance.
And1 our store lias proyid
I ed the greatest possible
variety of sizes in modish
shapes and colors.
WADE BROS. j
The home of
Hart Sellaffner & Marx
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Are the Type of Pieces Taught in 12 Les
sons to Beginners by the
BOV J. WHITE, Mgr. . ' ,
I 917 Willamette
Phone 542 II
Pianos to Practice On
The Home of tlie Students Who
Use the Pool and Milliard Tables
8th and Willamette
W. R. (Obak) Wallace
The Home of Personal Service
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143 W. 7th