m itbi us 111 HOLD DANCES Girls to Debate; Men Discuss Coaching System Both the men’s and women’s Oregon clubs have planned to give informal dances this month: the men’s on Febru ary 19. anli tbe women’s on February 23 Arrangements were made at their respective meetings in the “Y” hut and the bungalow Monday evening. Mary MeMasters of the women's Ore gon club, was elected head of the com mittee to arrange programs for the pa trons and patronesses, who are: Presi dent and Mrs. P. L. Campbell, Dean and Mrs. John Straub, Dean Elizabeth Fox, Miss Tirza Dinsdale, Mr. and Mrs. John Stark Evans and Madame Rose McGrow. The dance is to be informal, will be held in the women’s building. At this meeting, also, it was decided that the Oregon club girls should go out for debate and basketball. Marjorie Stout was elected delegate to the meet ing concerning debate which wiH be held in Professor Croekat.t’s room Thursday night. Those going out for basketball decid ed to meet Thursday night at 5 o’clock to make plans for regular practice hours. The dance for the men of the Oregon flub will be held in the women’s build ing on February 19 following the'basket ball game scheduled for that evening. This decision was reached Monday even ing at the special meeting of the Oregon chib men in the “Y” hut, the largest at tended meeting held this year. Term membership dues will be collect ed this term, contrary to previous plans. The payment for space in the Oregana necessitates this action. The price of admission to the dance will be fixed at an amount which will cover the incidental expenses. Men desiring to attend this dance are requested to attend the meet ing next Monday evening or leave their names at the “Y” hut before that time. Barney Garet, president of the organ ization, explained that it was necessary to know the number of men who are to attend the dance by Monday in order to fix the price of the dance. Most of the club’s time Monday even ing was occupied in a discussion of the graduate coaching system at Oregon. Speakers both for and against the sys tem pleaded with the members to abide by the decision of the athletic council. POEMS ARE SUBMITTED R. E. Baker, of Coquitle, Sends Manu script for Criticism. It. E. Baker, city superintendent of schools at Coquille, Oregon, and con tributor of poems to the Oregonian, the Oregon Teacher’s Monthly, as well as other magazines, has .submitted a volume of poems to the University of Oregon for comment and criticism. The manuscript which consists of 36 poems on a wide range of subjects, contains much excellent matter accord ing to workers in the English depart ment. the extension division and the school of journalism who have had the privilege of reading it. u. OF S. C. HAS MATH FRAT Mu Theta Epsilon, Honorary Mathematic Society Installs. University of Southern California, tas Angeles, Cal., Feb. 1. — Mu Theta Eptiilcn, honorary mathematics fraternity for women, installed a chapter in this university last week. The chapter at U. 8- C. is the Beta chapter, the Alpha chapter being at California. With the installation of another chapter the or sanization will be national in scope. At Present, the establishment of a chapter at the University of Oregon is contem plated. OREGON TO EXCHANGE. At the request of the Oregana staff, letters were recently sent out from the f uiversity library to other institutions requesting exchange for year books, avorable replies have already been re ceived from Stanford, the University of • ontaua and the University of South ern California. It is expected that word '''*1 be received from a number of other ■nstitutions in the near future. Washington club to elect. The Washington Club will take in new rueutbers at 7:30 Wednesday evening in ■ e assembly room of the Education gilding. Doc Braddoek president of the nr0anizatiou. wants every student in the nuersity from "Washington to be sure a“<l be there. °R- DE BUSK able mechanic. edi ! . ^ * DeBusk, of the school of abilif*10n recent,y demonstrated his * . y *s a. mechanic by putting together m , ae a'd °f his secretary and a ef c ey'Trrenrb- the parts of a new set chit i** es to ,1e uspd >n weighing the rpn of the Junior High school . GIRLS GIVE WOMENS BUILDING TWO GIFTS Copper Tray and Cedar Chest of An tique Design Presented By Women of Hendricks Hall. Hendricks hall has given a large cop per tray and a large cedar chest which originally belonged to a Spanish family to the women’s building. The chest, se cured through a dealer in San Erancisco is very old. red-painted leather with a border of white flowers. It is bound around the corners with narrow brass bands. The chest is one that was used by the family to hold their important papers, silver and the like. The family was thought to have had a number of similar chests as this one is numbered 70. The tray was brought to England from India, and was later brought to Portland where it was purchased by the girls from1 Miss Barker’s antique shop. The money which purchased these gifts was raised through teas given by the girls, and from private donations from the girls and Miss Talbot. INSTRUCTOR TO SPEAK Miss Waterman Will Talk in Newberg on Playground Work. , . Miss Emmn Waterman, an instructor in the department of hygiene and phy sical education for women, is leaving for Newberg today, where she will address the Parent-Teachers Association on the subject of playground work. Miss Wat erman studied the theory of playgrounds in her course at. Wellesley College, and has visited a great, many municipal playgrounds in the east and in Califor nia. She has charge of the playground work in the department here. Miss Waterman will not return until tomor row night, but her classes will meet ns usual. WOMEN’S SHOW SECRET Annual Performance Staged by O. A. C. Girls Excites Curiosity. Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallis, Feb. 1. — Mystery shrouds the proceed ings for the annual women’s stunt showf to hold the boards at the women’s gym -March 4 and 5. Managers, com mittee members, and prospective actress es, when approached on the subject, grown, grin or look coquettish, accord ing to their natures, and with finger to lip whisper meaningly, “wait and see.” This show is considered a big event of the college year. CORSAGE BOUQUETS BANNED. Corsage bouquets at the University of Arizona have been officially banned by a resolution passed by the house of rep resentatives and accepted by the mem bers of the student body. This ruling affects all university dances. TROGAN NINE TO TOUR JAPAN. The University of Southern Califor nia baseball team will make a tour of Japan, ploying teams of Japanese uni versities. For Rent: — Well kept room for man. 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Just as the legislators were boarding the train Saturday evening they were handed small boxes done up in Oregon colors. These boxes were found to con tain sandwiches, cake and cookies to re fresh themselves with, on their Salem ward journey, and were put up by Mrs. Edna Datson, house director of Friendly and Hendricks halls. WYOMING IN CONFERENCE. The University of Wyoming has been admitted to the Rocky Mountain Confer ence by a unanimous vote at a recent meeting of the delegates in conference. utW EXQUISITE flowers add a touch of charm to that which is already beautiful. A cor sage bouquet for milady, a boutenniere for her admirer; table flowers for the dining room; growing plants for the play house or a vase of thrwers for the window where mother sits and thinks it over. Let us serve you with flowers. Every event is an occasion for flowers. Vnhfrsifufflbrist I (Where youff'ndt/iej/ioujens\ 993 /yard SY. \ New Shipment of Bird Cages Just In Chamber's Hardware Co. 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