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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1920)
DRIVE STILL CMC
"Up To Students Now,” Says
The work of the advertising committee
for Homecoming week-end hns been prac
tically completed, according to Jack
Benefiel, chairman of the Homecoining
committees. The alumni magazines, “The
Winncgan” and “Old Oregon” have been
scut off, posters obtained and slides
sent throughout the state. The final
drive, and the drive that will make home
coming a success,' he says, is up to the
students. It is lip to every student in
the University to get busy and write
personal letters to the alumni. It is
necessary, he emphasized, that each stu
dent make it his business to write to all
the old grads lie knew of and to keep on
writing until he knew for certain as to
whether the alumnus would be able to
be present or not. He urged that all
campus organizations co-operate in this
matter and assign alumni equally to their
members, and to report the number of
alumni that they expected for the week
end. Unless this important final ad
vertising plan was carried out, Benefiel
stated, the extensive plans which have
already been made, would amount to
nothing and Homecoming week-end would
fall short of all expectations.
Alumni Banquet Held.
An alumni banquet was hold at the
Benson Hotel in Portland last Saturday
noon for the purpose of stimulating in
terest among the alumni for Homecom
ing week-end. A numner of Portland
alumni were present and plans were dis
cussed with Homecoming committee
heads for bringing the old grads back
Nov. 13. Dean Straub. Dean Dyinent
and Marion McClain spoke on Home
coming plans, the football game and
building activities at Oregon.
The football game, which will be the
big feature of the week-end, promises to
be one of the hardest fought games yet
staged ou Hayward field. “Shy” is
putting his men through strenuous prac
tice every evening and is determined that
the lemon-yellow aggregation will put up
the hardest fight yet staged. On the
other hand the University of Washing
ton is going to put forth every effort to
put the first stain of defeut on Hayward
field. The game promises to be an ex
All plans for receiving the guests
have been completed. There will be stu
dents to meet all special trains who will
meet and register the alumni, see that
they have proper accommodations pro
vided for and will escort them to the
campus. Special cars will he provided
for and will bo given over to the ac
commodation of the old grads.
t-rosn Are Busy.
The frosh's spirits lutve not been
tlnnip'cncd by the recent “Hallowe'en
Prank” touched to their bonfire-to-be
and have redoubled their efforts to
ward gathering fuel and are more than
ever determined to make this the big
gest bonfire ever held during a Home
Students are urged to use the Home
coming stickers to a greater extent
Muuy of them have bought them but
have not used them. All those who have
purchased these stickers are urged to
use them on the hacks of their letters
The last meeting of the Homecoming
week-end committee is scheduled foi
Tuesday before the week-end and cver>
member must be present at that time
says Carlton Savage. Meanwhile all stu
dents are asked to co-operate with the
committees and fulfill their share on
the program by writing letters to the
WRITES FOR MAGAZINE
"Oregon Teachors Monthly” Article Tolls
of Junior High School In the
Hurl II. Douglass, principal of the
campus high school, lias a paper in the
current issue of the Oregon Teachers
Monthly, entitled ‘‘Junior High School
in the Small Town.” He cites the ad
vantages and possibilities of the junior
high organization in public, schools, and
relates how the campus high school lias
been organized on this basis.
He advocates the beginning of a high
school education in Die seventh school
year, and later dividing the course into
junior and senior divisions of three
Tin* complete senior division is being
added to (lie campus high school this
year. It will be much expanded with
the addition of special and elective
courses us soon as the school gets into
its new Quarters, which are being con
structed at the corner of Kincaid street
and Fourteenth avenue rnsf.
Between Now and
Suggest <lie name for the new store on the corner
bf 1 lit 11 and Alder Streets. Drop your suggestions into
tlie box in the .University Book Store.
A large box' of.
HELEN ADELLE CHOCOLATES
Given %to the one whose name is accepted
Store will be open for Homecoming as an up-to-date
place to eat with excellent foods.
University Book Store
v H, R. TAYLOR
11th and Alder \. . Eugene, Ore.
The Home of Personal Service
143 W. 7th \ Phone 252
Lumber Lath and Shingles
THE BOOTH-KELLY LUMBER CO.
5th and Willamette Sts.
Take Your Dinner Out
The home foods get monotonous.
Try a real meal, .where particular peo
ple prepare the delicasies for particular
Have a pleasant evening for once at the
lies. Plume 566-,] Office Plume 3LX)
Orders Pronptly Delivered. /
Rich Milk for Family Use and Free* From
Clarifying and Pasteurizing'
.Jersey and (Jueriisey Milk
Only Clarifying and Pasturiziug in the Oitv
C. P. HULEGAAHD, Mgr.
I ‘vs. 10 7 li West Eighth Ave.
LD3 Oak Street
Jack RODMAN and
56 West Eighth St.
Auspices American Legion
FRIDAY, NOV. 5
? Old? Armory Building
Orchestra will feature—
“Swance Moonlight. ’
“Struttin’ yo’ Stuff.”
] 1A KEY MAYER • LYLE MeCROSKEY
Face and Scalp Treatments
HAIR DRESSING PARLORS
Manicuring for Ladies and Gentlemen
774 Willamette St. Phone 888
DR. W. B. i-EE
404 C. & W. Bldg.
Make Your Long Order Short
You cau order a long- order, but tlie length of time it takes us to prepare it
makes it a snort order. 1
'Our menu not only contains the old reliable dishes, but new fancy ones The
ones that fairly make your mouth water just to read the name, '
When eaten i|i connection with some of our confection _
have to come around and find out fo r your self.
II. Burgoyne, Proprietor.
Enroll at any time for
work at tile
Ask about our speeial
rates lor Shorthand
and Typwriting Courses
l>hone (iCG ; 922 Willamette St.
A. E. Roberts, Manager.