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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1920)
' Home Again
»’Tis an ill Wind which blown no
good.” At least two Oregon gradnates
Relieve in. this old adage. Grace Knopp,
'20, and Geraldine Ituch. '20, Who arc
caching in Ashland, had given up the
filnn of returning to Eugene for Home
coming because of the long distance they
would have to travel, and the short time
they would have here. Just at this time
the school furnace decided it had worked
long enough, and determinedly refused
to burn. So a week’s vacation was an
nounced in order to repair the furnace,
and Grace and Geraldine are here for
the great celebration, with a whole week
to cdjoy themselves.
Wallace Eakin, graduate of 1919, now
city editor of the Albany Democrat, rnmo
back for Homecoming bringing with him
Mrs. Eakin, who was Marian Tinker be
fore their wedding last summer. Eakin
is a former Emerald man, member of
Sigma Delta Chi, men’s honorary jour
nalism fraternity, and of Kappa Sigma
fraternity. Mrs. Eakin is also a grad
uate of the University and member of
Pi Beta Phi. ?!
Elwyn Craven, of Dallas, a freshman
last year, is at the Owl Club for the
week-end. Craven, played in the Uni
versity band and orchestra while here
at school. He plans to return to the
University at the end of this quarter.
Merritt Whitten, of the class of 1921,
rame down from Portland where he is
attending medical school, last night. He
iij a member of the Owl Club.
lister Parton, of Lebanon, n fresh
man at Oregon in 1918, arrived Thurs
day to spend Homecoming a| the S-Ma
Theodora Stoppenbaeh, a student on
the campus last year, is spending Home
coming at the Theta house. Miss Stop
penbaeh is a member of Kwaraa, sopho
more honorary society, and of Kappa Al
pha Theta. Her home is in Portland.
Mrs. Charles Dundbre of Seattle and
Miss Vera Temple of Pendleton, who
has recently returned from Chicago are
guests at the Kappa Alpha Theta honse.
The Kappa Alpha Theta ia.expecling
the following guests for Homecoming
week: Mrs. Maurine McAdam Temple,
Rrma Keithly, Genevieve Shaver. Louise
Manning, Theodora Stoppenbaeh, Mrs.
Leila Goddard Fenton, Mrs. MeCurtin,
Marjorie McGuire, Portland; May Bal
lock, Albany; Mrs. Cecil Wilcox. Marsh
field; Mrs. Grace Bingham Bighce, Sa
lem; Mrs. Hugg, McMinnville and Mrs.
Prances Moller of Hood Jt'vcr.
Gwladys Botyen, ex-’2tf, daughter of
Colonel W. II. C. Bowen, professor of
military science at the University during
the, war, is a Homecoming guest at the
Alpha Phi house. Miss Bowen was very
active and popular on the campus while
she was here. She was a charter mem
ber of Pot and Quill, and is a member
of Alpha Phi fraternity. She was win
ner of the Edison Marshall short-story
prize two years ago. She is at present
secretary to Dr. George Rebec of the ex
tension division, in Portland.
Mrs. Arthur Clarke of Corvallis will
be the guest of her sister, Miss Merle
.Tames Sheehy, ’If), former president
of the student body was among the old
“grads” who returned yesterday. Sheehy
has been on the staff of the Portland
Journal since his graduation from the
University school of journalism. He is
a member of Phi Gamma Delta, Friars,
and Sigma Delta Chi.
Miss Dorothy Dunniway will arrive
this morning from Portland to be a
Homecoming guest. Miss Dunniway was
a. member of the class of ’20, she was
associate editor of the Emerald last
year and a member of the student coun
cil. She is doing reporting work on the
Oregonian this year.
Oladys Paulsen. 1020. instructor in
English and Latin hi the Dallas high
school, Lotta Hollopeter also of the
class of 1020 and who is now teaching
history at Roseburg, are two alumni who
will return to the campus .Friday. Cor
nelia Hess, 1918, will return to the
campus and will be a guest at Hendricks
hall. Helen Whitaker who is now teach
in# at Myrtle Point Will also be among
the alumni to return. Lois Langhlin,
WIO. instructor in English at Roseburg
and Lilly Miller, 1918, also an instructor
b) English but at the Marshfield high
school are two more Hendricks hall girls
who will return to the campus during
Homecoming. Dorothy Miller who is
teaching English and physical education
<n the Cottage Grove high school is also
coming hack for the week-end.
Here’s the way we fit out a man
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®orirtu Brand <fflo!h?g
“from head to toe
Hats — soft and dcrbv — all the approved colors —
backed bv such makers as Sehoble, Dunlap and Stet
son, as well as by our own guarantee of satisfaction.
Shirts and Collars — the best from Earl & Wilson,
Geo. P. Ide and other makers, in the latest patterns
and weaves. t
Gloves—so wide is our range we can say “Anything
you wish.” , \ ■. *
Underwear, pajamas, hosiery, ties — yes, we have in
our fall display, these, too.
You like the coat shown here? It’s the Ludgate.
Ask to see it. You’ll like it even better, we are cer
tain, than you think you will.
, it’s dressy, it’s serviceable, and it’s
It’s a Society Brand fall model. So you may feel sure
of its fabric, its tailoring, its lines.
You’ll miss something in clothes if you don’t come
in and try on a Ludgate.
TO HOLD BREAKFAST
Forty Former Cabinet Members Accept
Invitations to Annual Affair.
Tlie Y. W. C. A. cabinet has already
had letters from 35 or -10 former mem
bers accepting their invitation to break
fast at the Anchorage Saturday morn
ing of Homecoming week-end. This
breakfast is to be an annual affair from
now on and according to Miss Tirza
Dinsda'e, T .W. secretary, it promises to
be a big success this year.
The girls in the art department are
making attractive place cards for the
breakfast. There will be short talks
from guests representing the different
classes in college, whicli will be in the
form of reminiscences of past years.
ADOPT NEW POST PLAN
Commerce School System to Modify
Work of Probation Committee.
The school o£ commerce has adopted
a new post system, which, according to
Dean Robbins, will assist the posted
student very much by keeping him in
close touch with his major professor un
til the post is removed.
According to the new plan, whenever
majors in the commerce department re
ceive a post’ they will be required to ob
tain a grade report every two-weeks
from all their instructors and present
it to their major professor. "'1 his sys
tem will supplement the work of the
regular probation committee to a great
extent," explained Dean Robbins.
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