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Oregon Daily Emerald
HARRY A. SMITH,
RAYMOND E. VESTER,
Member Pacific Intercollegiate Press Association.
Associate Editor .Lyle Bryson News Editor.Charles E. Gratke
Assistant News Editors
Velma Rupert, Elisabeth Whitehouse
Sports Editor.Elovd Maxwell
Eagebe Kelt.v Edwin lloyt
Statistician.Don D. Huntress
'Carlton K. I-ogan. Keuel S. Moore,
Wilford C. Alien.
News Service Editor . . . .Jacob Jacobson
Alexander Urown, Eunice Zimmerman
10. .1. II.. Mary Lon Ituvtnn, francos Ouiscnborry
News Staff — Fred Guyon, Margaret Scott, Harold A. Moore, Owen Callaway,
lean Strachan, Inez. King, Lenore Crain, Doris Parker, Phil Brogan, Haymoud D.
IjSwreriep, Margaret Carter, Florence Skinner, Emily Houston, John Dierdorff.
Paollne (load, Howard Bailey, Arthur Itudd, Ruth Austin, Clarence Anderson,
Mabel Gilhum, Jessie Thompson, Hugh Starkweather, Jennie Perkins, Claire
Beale, Dan Lyons. Kenneth Youel. John Anderson, Raymond Lawrence, Maybelle
Associate Manager .Webster Ruble
Advertising Manager .i.George McIntyre
Circulation Manager.Ogdon Johnson
Office Assistant.Marion Weiss Collections ..7. Warren Kays
Staff Assistants: Randal Jones, Jason McKune, Ben Heed, lmogerie Letcher,
Mary Alexander, Elwyn Craven. Donald Bennett. James Meek.
Official publication of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon,
Issued daily except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.
Entered in the post office at Eugene,, Oregon, as second class matter, Sub
scription rates $2.25 per year. By term, T5c. Advertising rates upon application.
Cfuopus office- (155.
A CHALLENGE TO THINKING MEN.
The function of n Y. M. C. A. organization on a college
campus in to provide an element of spiritual activity in the
lift of college men whose time is otherwise taken up with,
mental and physical activities. The red triangle of the Chris
tian association stand for the three elements which should!
comprise the education of a man, the mental, the physical, J
and. the spiritual.
In organizing the “V” school, the University of Oregon
Y. ML (’. A. is presenting an exceptional opportunity for all of
ns to gather a little education of the sort which is so often
neglected in college. It is a real step for the campus organ
isation, which cannot fail to he recognized by thinking men.
A gjanee over the list of courses outlined in the pamphlet
describing the “ Y” school is convincing evidence that what
is ottered is “real stuff.” It is kind of spiritual education
thgt is meant tor the college man, and every mail in college
could and should find some course to his liking.
“A state university is often called a godless institution,”
said; a member of onr faculty in an address before the Y. W.
C. A. Certainly it is not our intention to have Oregon thought
of in such a manner. Wo cannot neglect the spiritual side of
life any more in a state institution than we can in our home
Every thinking man will realize what the Y. M. C. A' is
presenting to us and the challenge which it offers. What
shall our answer be!
y “Go ■Wics.t, young man,” is the advice offered to Walter
Camp by a Seattle sports writer. The all-American myth
ical football teams as selected by Comp have for years been
accepted as official, aiuWhe writer calls attention to tbo fact
that while no members of the California eleven were placed
on the all-American team, the Bears scored a decisive vic
tory over the Ohio State team, which had representatives on
Camp’s eleven. It would undoubtedly be a treat for Camp to
visit a game between two good coast elevens. At any rate
until lie decides to recognize the caliber of coast football,
Cjitnp should not attempt to call his mythical team “all'
American.” The coast is as much a part of football Amer
ica as the east, and it has been proven Ibis year that the brand
pf football on the coast is equal to that of the east.
SHORT STORIES WANTED
MbiatraUd Monthly at Boi»« Will Pay
for Fiction, jokes, Drawings.
Ah opportunity for campus sliortstory
writers, jokesters. and artists who arc
capable of producing stories with "an ele
ment of love and a happy ending" or
jokes and drawings that will interest ex
service men is offered iu a communica
tion received at the president’s office
from the editor of the "Hod Chevron,”
an illustrated monthly publication of
ttoiae, Idaho, devoted to the interests of
former service men of the west.
Hbort stories ranging iu length from
1500 to 7000 words containing a love
thqtne and u happy ending, and jokes or
short clever articles dealing with the
arttoy, navy, or marine corps' in Franco
ordbe home camps are requested. l>ruw
ju#s to illustrate jokes are especially de
sired or any other illustration that will
uppenl to the ex-service men.
All work submitted and found suitable
for publication will be paid for at a good
rate states the communication which is
signed by Mark A. Shields, editor “Wed
<Chevron," :ii>o Yates building, Itoise.
ALPHA PHI DELEGATE VISITS.
.Mrs. Emily Harris Noble, visiting dele
gate of Alpha 1‘hi fraternity, is a guest of
the local chapter of that organization and
will be on the campus for about a week.
Mrs. Noble is a graduate of Northwest
ern University of the class of 100,".
SALEM SUPPORTS ATHLETICS.
Business and professional men a
Salem, Oregon, have organized to suppot
Willamette University athletics.
106 NEW STUDENTS HERE
Several Pay Penalty for Failure To De
posit Cards in Time.
Lute registration fees are beginning to
eome iu and up to yesterday afternoon
100 new students had enrolled in the
l niversity according to the registrar’s
office. Also n few students have luid to
pay n fine of 50c for carrying their reg
istration cards around too long. Three
days after the cards have been taken out
if they are not turned in to the office
the fine becomes necessary, and each day
of waiting, with the exception of Satur
day and Sunday, adds another 50c.
CANY0NVILLE IS INTERESTED.
Might requests for information about
the I'niversity have come to the regis
trar’s office within the last two weeks
from Canyonville, Oregon, a town which
is so small that according to hooks in the
registrar's office only one high school
teacher is employed. Most of the in
quiries were from hoys and they asked
about pre-engineering courses. Two girls
asked for information concerning com
merce, one teachers training woik and
another household arts.
$10 TUITION ASKED AT W. S. C.
Students at \V. X. t\ have signed a
petition asking for the establishment of
a $10 tuition fee per student each semes
ter, the fund to lie used to construct a
gymnasium and a women's building.
PLEDGING IS ANNOUNCED.
t Kappa Sigma announces the pledging
t of Wayne Meek, of Spokane. Washing
Oregana Pictures — Those people just
entering this term may have their pic
tures taken for the Iregann this week .at
either Tollman’s, MeKune's or the Sun
Commerce Majors. — Doan Jtobbins of
the school of commerce requests that all
majors in commerce who have taken two
years of language in high school and who
are registered in beginning language
, courses at the University, report to him.
I if they do not know that they will prob
ably receive no credit for a beginning
, lengv.ago course should they already have
two years high school credit in that sub
* Seniors. — All seniors must hand in
their histories for the Oregana. within
j, two wehks. Torn them in on u slip of
L paper'at the library where, in the read
ying room at the right of the main en
trance. is a box for this purpose. On
those slips put your name, home, Univer
sity address, offices held during terms
in college, the activities engaged in and
, the organizations of which you arc mom
, her. Do it now! Not tomorrow!
Collegiate Alumnae — The Eugene di
vision of the Associate Collegiate Alum
nae will meet in the V. W. C .A. Jan. S,
at three o’clock. Program is under the
direction of Miss Charlotte Ilunfield and
Miss Gertrude Talbot will be hostess.
Y. W. Board. — The Y. \V. C. A. ad
visory board will meet in the bungalow
next Monday at three, o'clock. The cab
inet meeting lias been changed from
Tuesday to five o’clock Monday after
Oregon Club. — Meeting at Y. hunt,
7:1T» p. m. Monday evening. Important, j
RIFLE PRACTICE BEGINS i
12 Students Registered in Advanced Mil
TUfle practice for the term will begin
this morning. All desiring to shoot
are requested to lie ready to start for
the range by eight o’clock.
Four more men have signed up for
the advanced course in military: this
brings the total number of students reg
istered in this course from eight to
, twelve. Students registered in this
course receive from the government be
side the usual clothing allowance u sum
of a month.
LOST. — Diamond ring in platinum
setting mi campus .somewhere between
administration building and music school.
DR. STRAUB GETS OFFICE
Dean of Men Elected to Head College
Section of Oregon Association.
( Dr. .Tolm Straub (loan of men. was
elected president of the College Section
of the Oregon State Teachers Associa
tion at the recent meeting of the associa
tion in Portland. This section is made up
of representatives of all educational in
stitutions in the state, above the high
Dr. II. D. Sheldon, dean of the school
<>f education, acted as chairman of the
committee on resolutions at the same
meeting. One resolution adopted by the
association was to the effect that after
1923 no person should be certificated to
teach in the state of Oregon without hav
ing at least one year of educational work
above the high school, and that after
1925 two years of work above the high
school should he required for certifica
The legislative cotnmittee will 'be in
structed to draw up a bill, embodying the
resolution, which will lie presented to the
legislators of the state at the coming ses
sion of the State*Legislature.
r ree Lessons1— 1 erms
Some can learn it in one
Anyway, it’s the easiest
instrument of any to mas
EUGENE MUSIC SHOP
8 East Ninth.
at a place
that is best for a
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990 m/uard S'/.
Corner 10th and Pearl.
The Student Pastor, Bruce J. Giffen will preach at
11 a. m. Making Habits your Servants.. •
5 p. m. “Ye are My Wdtnesses.•'./••• •’
The music will be under the direction of HrbiV Coon.
Morning, anthem, “Where are These?” Stainer.
Vespers, Anthem, “Consider and Hear Me.” Spick
er. Offertory trio, Panise Angelicus, Fra nek ft. Miss
Alberta Potter, violin; Ralph IToeber, cello, Professoi
Coon organ. r .
Students new; and old are specially inviteduto the
noting People’s Meeting at 0:15. There will be a
social hour following and a bite to eat. ' \:A'
H. D. SMARTT
927 Willamette St.
Going Out of the Jewelry Business
Opening Saturday Morning at 9 O’clock
with some of the lowest prices on (Jewelry Eugene
people have had the pleasure of seeing for many
years. The fact is, I am retiring from the Jewelry
business, not for want of pat
i. ronage, but because I have
taken up other lines of activi
ty that require my entire and
undivided attention. To fully
demonstrate that I appreciate
the very liberal patronage I
have enjoyed in my 13 years
of successful business, for a limited time I shall make
DRASTIC PRICE REDUCTIONS!
ON DIAMONDS. WATCHES, BRACELET WATCHES, CLOCKS,
SILVERWARE, CUT GLASS, GOLD AND SILVER NOVELTIES —
IN FACT ENTIRE STOCK IS TO BE SACRIFICED FOR
QUICKEST POSSIBLE DISPOSAL
Absolutely nothing reserved. When the doors open on this sale you’ll find bv far better
bargains than you had ever dreamed of. This means that this stock wdl self out ouick
and be hew"when'the* ^ ^ requ,re t|U,ck action your part. Remember this
.* fi°°« °Pen at. 9 O’clock A. M. this Morning
buy your wedding, birthday, anniversary, graduation Gifts at this sale It’s the one big
opportunity you have been waiting for to save money. Be sure to be on hand when the
doors open to-morrow morning at 9 o’clock.There’s every inducement herein th wav of
quality goods as well as price concessions. 1 ere in in wa^ 01
Be Here Opening Day
H. D. SMARTT
| Come Every Day