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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 8, 1920)
GIRLS TO INCREASE '
Association Plans Expansion
of Work at Meeting.
LEADERS ALI. CHEERFUL
Favorable Reports Given On i
Plans for work in their now home, the
women's building, were discussed «t the
second meeting of the Women’s Atli1et.it: j
Association in lvrofessor Howes’ room j
yesterday afternoon nt, 4:15.^'ln addi
tion to up to date athletic crpiipinci.it.
tin: association will have special rooms
for its meetings and a bulletin board ini
the main hall for its exclusive usfs
The reports given by the heads of I
sports nil promised great aehievements
in the new bitiUling. fharlnjte How
ells. bead of basketball, has nine teams'
promised for doughnut basketball, and
it going to see that some trophy is lire
rented the winning team. From the
doughnut tennis, el ass teams will he
chosen and possibly a varsity team. A
game with the Oregon Agricultural Col
lege will be arranged if possible.
Practice Hours Set.
Practice hours in the, new gymnasium
will be.. .'I and i o'eloek Tuesdays and
Thursdays; -i o’eloek Wednesdays and
Fridays in the indoor gymnasium and
5 o’clock every day on both floors. This
will furnish ample time for all inter
ested to practice and Miss Howells
urges that Hie different women’s organ
izations enter into the competition.
Frances Moore, head of swimming,
and Emily Perry, head of track, gave
brief reports on the work planned for
next. term. If possible, the indoor track
meet will l*e held separately from the
regular public exhibition of gymnasium
work given unuunlly each spring and an
outdoor meet will be arranged fcir.
Varsity Sweaters Wanted.
I'hnily Perry. chafrninu, 'Winifred
TiopHiili aiid Tatis Barnett were Jl ppoi lit -
ed committee to propose to tin* stu
dent; body a change in the constitution
which will provide sweaters for mem
bers of the varsity baseball tennis. Tlie
student body presents * sweaters for
hockey, swimming, tennis and basket
ball. Baseball is growing in impor
tance yearly, however, and Iasi year
(be girl's team defeated the Oregon Ag
ricijltural College. A hotly contest c-'
doughnut series was also played and
the Association feels that the sport is
becoming Important enough l« justify
the recognition by tlie student body.
II nth Austin was appointed cliuirman
*0 choose her own committee for the
selection of the association's gift to the
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Jewelry^ Gifts for Christmas
. . and they came bringing g ifts of gold . . .”
This new Christmas which we unite to observe — that kingdom of heaven upon earth —
can be made more beautiful and more durable by a selection ol just the right Jewelry
Gift. For Jewels tire
Gifts Eternal, Answering Well the Eternal Question of What to Give
Isn’t it just splendid when shopping days are speeding
j!| and Christmas is knocking at the door, to be able to
f take one’s Gift List to Caraway’s Jewelry Shop and
make selections for “everyone in the family?” We can
y help-many a busy person to choose the “nicest pos
C sihle gift.” V. *. i
requires time. We
are truly anxious to
please you and thor
Packages Neatly Wrapped and Carefully Prepared for Giving
Just a Few Suggestions of Remem
brances Appropriate for “Her”
Diamond Ear Screws
Docket and Chain
Fancy Hal Pin
Fancy Back Coiuh
Silver Hand Mirror
Silver Mesh Bag
Gold Back Comh
Silver Toilet Bet
Bold Wateli Chains
Hand Pniided China
Klectric Purl aide
Laraway s Diamonds
The Greatest of All Gifts
Diamonds always prove to be worth
more money than you pay for them, es
pecially if they come from Lara way’s.
This is a true statement. Year by year
the production grows smaller and the
investor of years ago can fully realize
Just a Few Suggestions of Remem
brances Appropriate for “Him”
Fancy Stone Rings
Silver Match Box
Waist (,’oat Button
I )i's'k Clock
Tie Clasps •
Crass Ash Tray
Set of Brushes
Initial Cuff Tanks
tlit'ti;uo value of his or her
passes any previous showin
Diamond—and we advise ;
investment. Our •collection for this Christinas far sur
g. If you intend giving a diamond — give a Laraway
m earlv inspection. Private Diamond Salesroom.
Gold and Silver Novelties
There are so many gifts in gold and silver novelties that it is out of the question,
to enumerate them. Let us suggest that y ou come to the store and permit the dis
plays themselves to offer suggestions to y ou of what to buy. All the newest crea
tions in both gold and silver will be found in our displays.
Your Gift Will Be Fully Appreciated If It Comes from Laraway’s
SETH LARA WAY
Diamond Merchant and Jeweler
Take Your Dinner Out
The home foods gel monotonous.
Try a real meal, where particular people
prepare Ihe delieaeies for particular people.
Have a pleasant evening for once at the
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