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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1921)
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hamber of Commerce To Be
Formed Among Students
.Marshall X. Dana, of the Oregon Joni>
I was the principal speaker when the
ajors of the school of commerce met
vt jjjght in the Eugene commercial
,1, rooms to discuss the organization
a chamber of commerce. Other speak
„ weVe President P. L. Campbell and
ran F,. C. Kobhins, of the faculty, and
rl Myers, Ruth Lane and Edward S.
anci of the students.
}Ir. Dana dwelt upon the value of such
organization to the community and
the University. The meeting was well
tended and a great deal of interest
A motion was made to adopt a tern
ary constitution and committees were
jeted to prepare it and to nominate
istees. The constitution committee
jeted was: 'C. Carl Myers, chairman;
ith Lane. Frank Miller, Wanda Brown
d Chester Znmwalt.
The nominating committee was: Pro
isor Folts, chairman; Don D. Davis,
Iward S. Evans, Arnold Koepke and
The (late for the next meeting was set
r March 9. 1921. Barney O. Garrett
ted as chairman of the meeting.
ISS HAIR IS HOSTESS
.and Mrs. Chester Carlisle Guests of
Honor at Luncheon.
As the time approaches for the tle
rture of Dr .and Mrs. Chester L. Carl
le, various social functions are being
fen in their honor by their many
ends on the campus. One of the most
arming of these affairs was a lunch
n given Sunday evening at the home
Miss Mozelle Hair.
Those present besides the honor guests
id their daughter Cora Bell, were: Air.
id Mrs. Earl Kilpatrick and Mr. and
rs. Leland A. Coon.
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cording to the dope, the games will
obnbly go to the Aggies. Idaho de
ted W illamette at Salem Tuesday
ht after having lost to Oregon here
that it is highly improbable that the
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varsity will be defeated by either the
Washington State five or by Willamette.
No Games This Week-end.
Oregon will be without any games this
week-end owing to the cancelling of the
Washington series which were to have
been played on February 25 and 20. "ac
cording to the original plans. The Sun
Dodgers were responsible for the calling
off. of the dates, claiming that they had
'too many trips outlined for their quintet
and the faculty would not sanction their
playing games in Eugene and Corvallis.
The dates were left open here and the
next dates on which the varsity will be
in action will be on Monday and Tues
day when they will battle with the Cou
C oaeh Bohler is optimistic over the
games with W. S. C. and with Wiliam
ette for next week, and is of the opinion
that the varsity should get away with
57 QUALITY DRYGOODS Phone
E. MATLOCK’S A 60
. 9th St. QUALITY GROCERIES
Quality, Service and Low Prices.
| Fresh and Cured Meats.
| Phone 38. 675 Willamette Street.
Soiled, muddy shoes? That’s where you lose, appear
ances will tell.
Here in this chair I’ll put a glare upon them something
' c swell.
I’ll also fix those yellow kicks and make them black
No acids used, no shoes abused—with black I treat you
Each pair I shine is right in line with patent leathers,
Selected stock that none can knock, so fall in line and
receive your reward.
The Kodak Shop
Headquarters For Campus Pictures
Kodak Finishing, Kodaks and Albums
See our big STUNT BOOKS
10th and Willamette Sts. Phone 535.
Announcing the Opening of Our Branch House
United Cigar Co.
Tn line with our policy of extending to the smaller
cities of Oregon,
S. K. GEORGE, Jr.
754 Wilamette Street.
Has taken over our agency for Eugene. Cash Dis
count coupons, a saving for you. Get your favorite
brand—better quality for less.
Lunches of Superb Calibre
Short Orders, or good meals, we can fix you up with
just what you want, and just the way you want it.
In other words, we guarantee
Bring your friends around. Make this your meeting
place and hang-out.
The Students Shop
THE JAPANESE TEA ROOM
Is an ideal place to have banquets of this sort. You are
separated from the public and you have excellent service.
Come around, or call us up and make arrangements
for your big banquet. We’ll help you.
1921 Tennis Balls.
Pennants and Pillows.
Get a copy of Edison Marshall's
new novel, “The Strength of the
Pines, ’ ’ a thrilling story of the Ore
gon Mountains by a University of
New Pivot Ribbons,
19c and 35c yd.
Men’s Brown Cordu
SILKS SUPREME FOR SPRING
A collection of new Silks, so varied that your choice is sure to be
nere. Our standard lines ot Silks are complete. Better choose yours
Tricolette $2.50 yd. I
A beautiful and popular Silk—36 inches wide. Colors are Chi
nese Red, Brown, Navy and Black and White. Tricolette Blouses are
fashion’s favorite for spring. 1 1
Baronette Satin $3.00 yd.
• W,hite Bar°nette Satin, a fabric well known for wearing Qualities:
06 inches wide. The yard), $3.00.
Silk Jersette $3.95 yd.
One of the newest fabrics for this season. We predict that it will
be very popular. 40 inches wide. Brown, Navy and Black. The yard,
Canton Crepe $4.50 yd.
Another new Silk that has captured the public by istorm Of
course we always; have the new first. Canton Crepe is shown in Pekin,
Brown, Navy and Black; 40 inches, the yard $4.50.
Spring Voiles 60c yd.
A special showing in new spring designs; 39 inches wide. Excep
tionally pretty, conventional patterns, and the low price should1 cause
rapid selling. The yard, 60c. ,
Make your thoughts turn, and make you yearn: for those cool and
refreshing drinks that characterize warm spring days.
Don’t Forget Yourself
After many hours of mental strain and fatigue, it is right that you
rest yourself. One of the most formidable and admirable ways of do
ing this is to spend! a few minutes in the comfortable and soothing at
mosphere that surrounds
H. BURGOYNE, Prop. j ^