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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1921)
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TOT FOR DEBATE CUP
State Divided in Twelve Dis
SALEM WANTS TROPHY
Has been awarded Cup Twice;
Must Win Once More.
Salem high school agaiu'st seventy-one
other state high schools.
This sums up the situation iu the
State High School Debating League.
Salem has won the “University of Ore
gon Cup” twice, and should it win again
this year it will gaiu permanent posses
sion of the trophy. The cup was pre
sented to the High School Debating
League by the Laurean and Enxjtaxian
societies and by Professor E. E. DeCou.
Salem won in the year 1914-1915. and in
Seventy-two high schools in twelve dis
tricts will compete for the trophy this
year. The district championships must!
be decided by March 11 and the final try-j
outs will be held in Eugene May 10, 11.
12, 13. The question to be debated by
the district champions at the final is:
Resolved, that the government ^should
own and operate the railroads.
Corvallis had the champion debating
team last year. The question debated
in the finals was: Resolved, that the
Japanese should be admitted to the priv
ileges of American citizenship on the
same basis aB other peoples.
* The State High School Debating Lea
gue was organized in 1907 by Professor
E. E. DeCou. At present the Extension
Division is the organizing part of the
League. On the executive committee are
P. L. Campbell, president of U. of O.; J,
H. Churchill, state superintendent of
public instruction; Miss Cornelia, Mar
vin, state librarian; John C. Alraaek.
acting director of the University Exten
sion Division; and C. W. Boetticher, su
perintendent of schools of Albany,' and
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president, of the State High School De
Tlie high schools enrolled in the league
are: Albany, Colton, Estacada, Jeffer
son. Lebanon, Oregon City. Salem. Seio.
Staytou, Swcethome. Shed, West Linn.
Cottage Grove. Kiddle, Springfield.
Brownsville — North Willamette Dis
trict. Eugene H. U. 0f O. H. S„ El
mira. Walker. Rose burg — South Will-!
umette District, Cociuille, Myrtle Point,
North Bend, Matgdifield — Coos Bay]
District. Astoria. Greshnui, Knappa. StJ
Helens, Veraonia, Seaside, Clatsaute,
Scappoose — Lower Columbia. Bend,
Culver. PrineviUe. Redmond, The Dalles,
Mosier — Upper Columbia. llorrmstou,
lone, Milton-Freewater. Pendleton'. Umn
pi*Vy Gilliam Co. H. S. (Condon.) Pilot
fto.-k — Umatilla District. Elgin, Enter
prise, Joseph. I.aGraude. Lostine, Union.
Wallowa — East Oregon District. Burns.
Mt. Vernon. Prairie. City. Vale — South
eastern Oregon District. Bonanza, Kla
math Falls. Lake view — South-Central
Oregon District. Beaverton, Forest
Grove, Banks. Corvallis. Tillamook. Bhll
aston. Sheridan — West Side District.
Lincoln H. S. — City of Portland Dis
WEAVING TO BE TAUGHT
New Course With Special Equipment Is
Plan of Art School.
A course in weaving is to be given this
term under applied design. It is a phase
of industrial art that will give people who
j are planning to teach art some craft to
Originally this course was planned for
the fall term but could not be given be
\ cause of the lack of equipment. When
the new studio is completed, there will be
1 a special room for weaving and another
room with complete equipment for dye
ing the work which is done in the weav
ing classes. There will be two large
looms for rugs, and several smaller ones
for weaving hangings, pillow tops, run
ners and bags.
This course will be given under Normal
art work and is meant especially for
teachers who will need some craft to
teach with their other work in applied
STORMS Q2SUY DYMENT
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Dean and Br»th*r>t»4.ftw Caught fa
Trig Along Coast.
1 Stormy \vr«ther along the coast caused
Beau t’olin V. Dyment to return 10 the
campus a tla.v later than be had expected
from 11 vacation hike from Florence to
Beau Bymeut. in company with his
[brother-in-law. Mr. It. A. Sttmrt, motor
i truck manufacturer of Buffalo. Now
jTork. loft on Wednesday of last week
for Florence whom which they planned
fto travel along the beach to Newport.
[They reached V a chars in two days, but)
i,ou account of heavy surf between there j
ami the Alsea they missed connections!
bv an hour at Waldport and were held!
tip for 24 hours there.
Slides and small washouts on the
vspruce division railroad delayed them
long enough' to cause .licia to ituss .-on
neetions at South beach and they were
again held up at Newport for 24 hours’
before they could proceed.
A school of 500 sea lions were seen
about eight rri'es north of tlu> Florence
jetty, said l)eai- Dyment, The animals
were swimming in and out of a cave
and were not more than a quarter of a
mile away from the party.
Mr. Stuart and his family s-pent the
Christmas holidays visiting their rela
tives in Eugene.
ARTS ENROLLMENT LARGE.
Professor A. H. Schroff reports that
this term there is the largest enrollment
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that has erer hoar known in the school
of fine arts. When tlio new building
accommodations are completed he ex
pects to be able to accommodate all the
students who have signed up in his de
partment. At the present time a tem
porary partition has been put up irt the
tleiwrtment for a lecture room and the
space is very crowded:
MISS OINSOALE VISITS BERKELEY
Alis-s Tirsta DiasaJue spent Christmas
vnontion with her parents in Berkeley,
Calif. During her absence Miss liosotta
(Jobftier took c harge of the Y. AY. <'. ,\. I
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