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TO GI SIX PLAYS
Members of Coaching Classes
A series of six one-act plays coached
by the members of the coaching class will
be given in Guild hall during November
before the members of the class. Tile
best of these plays will be selected for a
later production as an invitation affair.
The purpose of this work is to give the
students in the elementary divisions prac
tical stage work rather than work in pub
lic performance. It also provides an op
portunity for practical coaching and stag
ing experience for the members in the
The easts with their respective coaches
are as follows:
By J. Hartley Maimers.
Mrs. Crystal-Pole .Lorna Coolidge
Snoweraft, her father.Edwin Keech
Philip Cliandos .Curtis Phillips
Jenny .Lois Hall
Claire Keeney, director.
Py Granville Barker.
V'car’s wife .Thelma Gannaway
Reginald (nephew liy marriage).
. Harry Tuttle
Miss Underwood (Vicar’s older1.'’ sister
. Mabel Gillian
Mr. Uglow (Reginald’s father) .
. Ale.’. Brown
Reginald’s wife .B. Fraley
Irene Hugh, director.
By Alice Doerstonberg.
Margaret .Beatrice Knell
Maggie .Velma Farnham
llettie . Grace Beck
George Paste, director.
By Maurice Maeterlinck.
Grandfather .Trl McKherry
Uncle .Charles Fish
Father .Wade Kerr
Cram, Verona Klmte, Paphne Gower
Stater of Mercy.Thelma Lyons
LI 11 In n Auld .director.
“A Fan and Two Candlesticks.”
By Mary MacMillan.
Ralph . Warren K’vs
Hugh ..Horton Beaman
Nancy '. ..Marian I.ay
Irene Stewart, director.
By Alfred Kutro.
Harvey Western.Chan. Baker
His Honor .7. Banket.Art Parson
Martin .D. Parson
William .It. H. Kaufman
Mrs. Western .Klizubeth Mellis
Mrs. Barren .Margaret Cundy
Geraldine Cnrtmell, director.
FROSH AWARDED BUTTONS
The freshmen at Columbia will receive
Freshman Activity Bullous for pnrlieipu
tion in college i activities.
LECTURES POPULAR AT U. S. C.
lOveiiing lectures are popular at the
University of Southern California.
IS JUVENILE JUDGE
Marion Van Waters, of MO, Has Office
in Los Angeles City Hall; Magazine
Few people in eomicction with the Uni
versity at the present time remember
Miss Marion Van Waters, of the class of
1910. Of those who do remember her.
fewer would know her today as I)r. Ma
rion Van Waters, juvenile court judge,
with offices in the city hall of Los An
For five years previous to last spring
Dr. Van Waters was head of Juvenile,
hall of that city, department of the juve
nile court which had temporary care of
children taken in custody. She was so
successful in that department that she
received promotion some months ago ami
j she now has offices in (lie city hull, where
! she is continuing her advanced juvenile
Friends of Dr. Van Waters attribute
her success to her perfect understanding
of youth and, her “big sister” sort of com
panionship which she extends to her sub
jects. Her work received very favorable
comment in the April number of Good
After receiving her M. A, degree from
Oregon, sip1 atteii'ed Clark University a!
Worcester. Massachusetts, where she re
ceived a I’ll. D. degree. She did some
juvenile work in Boston and later in
Portland before going to her present po
Three Women and One Man
Lawyers in Moot Court Case
Three women lawyers, Gladys Kverett,
Obleta Pederson, Josephine Ilowe, and
one man, Ogden Johnson, was the nn
tisual feature of the moot court in the
case of Short vs. Oldham. Interest was
| centered not only on the points of the
ease, hut also whether women could heat
men in their own game—the law and its
“Gee, I knew .1 was going to stammer
and get nervous,” remarked one of the
| Portias, when she came out of the court
j room where she had spent two hours
! with other attorneys who were involved
in the ease. Most, of them were too ex
cited to discuss the possible outcome. As
is customary (probably not in actual
practice) they shook hands with each
other and complimented the other for the
good fight put up by her.
Professor balz-ell said that tin' rules of
the moot court has been changed this
year, in that a written opinion is rc
(inired of the judges. By this method the
judges will be given a week to weight the
authorities and arguments of the coun
sel, and then to report their reeision at
the next session.
In the meantime we’ve got, to suppress
our anxiety as to the final outcome, of
the ease until next Tuesday, when the
decision will be given.
NANCY FIELDS CHOSEN.
Nancy Fields, winner of the Gerlinger
dip. has been chosen to represent the
women of the University of Oregon at the
Washington State College convention, to
be held at Pullman on November 12, 1”,
and 14. This convention, according to
Miss Fields, is a conference of women’s
league representatives from the universi
ties of the Northwest, the subject to be
the various problems utiil affairs of I’ni
The Home of Personal Service
143 W. 7th Phone 252
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taides, liv special patented process, all moisture re
moved retaining the oiiginal flavor.
Here you will find a complete, fresh stock in con
Loganberries, Prunes, Apricots, Peaches,
Apples, Stringless Beans, Spinach,
Soup Vegetables, Pie Pumpkin.
You boost for Oregon when you buy
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5th and Willamette Sts. Phone 452
Have you tried
Why not try them today?
They are best. -!
The Students’ Shop
John E. Edwards
If elected Sheriff on November 2nd,
I promise the taxpayers of Lane County
to conduct the affairs of the office in an
impartial and business-like manner, giv
ing a square deal to all, and that I will
use Economy in conducting the affairs
of the office; thus holding running ex
penses down to a minimum.
JOHN E. EDWARDS, FOR SHERIFF.
Published by the Edwards for Sheriff Club.
For Service, Call
Phone 129 67 Ninth Avenue East
MRS. FOX DIES IN EAST
Mother of Doan of Women Succumbs to
Ali1-' 1 'li/.uhctii Fox, dean of women, is
ic-eiviio- condolences on the death of her
mother in New York ('<•$. Mrs, Fox died
eery suddenly Inst Saturday of jmeumo
nin. Fuuernl services were held in the
family home at Askawat.da, Pennsylvania.
M s. Fox was secretary of the (’olle
r.'i>'C .Vlumiiae ass >,at lion in New York
in which ci'ttuiiiisatioa die was vitally in
BUILDING PLAN ASKED
Interest Expressed in Oregon Program
i by Prominent Educator.
I he I Diversity of Oregon's building
; program is causing considerable interest
in educational circles throughout the
, Northwest, according to Karl Onthank.
secretary to I’rcsident Campbell. A re
cent imjuiry is the request for plans of
the new women's building by President E.
t>. Sisson, of the University of Montana,
who was formerly connected with the fac
ulty of Reed College.
l>r. Ragley, who spoke at assembly
Thursday, spent considerable time study
ing the plan of the University high school, j
2 WOMEN ARCHITECTS |
Margaret Goodin and Katherine Ashntead '
Specialize in Home Design.
Margaret Goodin and Katherine Ash-j
mead are the only two women in the Uni- :
versit.v. who are majoring in arehitecture.
In discussing the work with Dean Law
rence, they decided to specialize in the
design and domestic architecture instead
of construction work. This will lead to
interior and exterior decorating, floor
plans and structural design.
Silk Lisle, Cotton
Hose, Silk Hose,
98c, $1.95, $2.95
None belter at these
Heather Wool Hose
. 29c, 65c, 90c.
All fast black.
For Half and Less.
$4.95, $8.95, $12.95
These Blouses are
made of best quality
Georgette, Crepe de
Large Hair Nets
2 for 25c.
Self Filling Fountain
You never have occasion to
hear the housewife who
THE INVISIBLE BIFOCALS
comp la *n about misplacing;
01 bothering’m itli two pairs ctyttok '
of glasses. mm __
In Kryptoks she carries both visions in one pair of
solid lenses all the time.
' 110 one can tell they are bifocals, because of the
absence of seams.
Bifocals may not be required in your ease, but if any
kind oi glasses will help you to see better we can serve
you to your entire satisfaction.
Bring your sight troubles to us.
881 WILLAMETTE ST. EUGENE.ORE.
The Products of Our Market
Make Glad The Day
The very best in choice stock of Grocery lines—
'I hc kirtfc variety of Vegetables
th nM H • the Ireshesl ol choice meats
.ind lisli all combined under one roof will make
shopping easy for vou.