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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1921)
Five Regular Courses Offered
Women Thrice a Week.
AIM OF WORKls HEALTH
Equipment, Floors Superior in
Five regular classes — freshman ami
sophomore gymnasium, corrective and
remedial work and dancing and voluntary
swimming accommodate more than 200
women three times a week at the four
o’clock hour in the woman’s building, ac
cording to Miss Mabel L. Cummings, head
of the department. The provision for
the handling of a large number of classes
and special work best suited to health re
quirements of the individual is one of
the greatest factors in making the wo
men’s building superior in indoor equip
“The chief interest of this department
is centered in the health of the Univer
sity women, rather than in gymnasium
work for exhibition purposes,” said Miss
Cummings, “and, for our purpose the
women’s building excels nnything I have
seen at colleges and universities.”
Five separate gymnasium floors make
possible specialized physical training.
The corrective and remedial floors, each
20 by 52 feet, can be 'thrown together in
to one large room, by means of folding
doors. Here, the more specialized work,
and treatment of individual eases is done
under Miss Laura McAllister and Miss
Harriet Thomson. Fight senior majors
have special patients in the clinic, from
four to six, as part of their training.
Vivian Chandler, Ruth Wolff, Ollie Mtol
tcnberg, 'Eva Kelly, Elizabeth London.
Ceeile Barnes and Maud Largent eneli
care for one or more patients during the
clinic hour. At the same time. Miss
Thomson has a class in corrective work,
in the corrective room.
Regular sophomore and freshman gym
nasium classes, under iMiss Emma Wa
terman and Ethel Murray, a senior ma
jor. are held in the outdoor and indoor
gymnasiums, and Miss Catharine Wins
low has a class in applied dancing in the
small robin adjoining the main floor. Lu
eile iMoCorkle, a senior, has charge of
the swimming pool during the afternoons
and a large number of women swim at
that time, making the average of over
two hundred for Monday, Wednesday and
The 180 dressing stalls anil SO showers
with central control wore also planned
to facilitate the handling of a large num
ber with the least possible confusion.
1919 GRADUATE HERE ON VISIT.
Mrs. Katherine Johnson, of the class
of 1919, is visiting friends at. Hendricks
hall for a few days. Mrs. Johnson spent
a year at Columbia University after she
graduated from Oregon and is now work
ing in the Public Library in Portland.
WANTED. — Anyone having a canoe
for sale, see Lee M. Bown, at R. A.
Babb Hardware Company.
and properly balanced fo^
every writing requirement.
Pal holds ieads securely,
feeds freely and never jams,
sticks or breaks points.
He’s fitted with a renew
able eraser of best quality
rubber and carries a plenti
ful supply of extra leads.
In silver finish, with sturdy
Get yourself a Pal for $1
The Service (living
‘That Ever Popular Flower.”
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26TH
Three Leading Varieties
All Potted, Budding and in Bloom.
ONE FREE WITH 75c PURCHASE.
Eugene’s Progressive Drug Store.
Wm.A.Ruth, Prop # TP
Phone 150 I 624 Willamette St.
J. C. Penney Company
Why Don't You
With A Concern
That Saves You from 10c to 25c on
Give Us a Trial and be Convinced.
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J. C. Penney Company
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FLORIST TELEGRAPHIC DELIVERY
Corsages Our Specialty
University of Oregon
Girls7 Glee Club
Home Concert, Saturday
Feb. 26, 8:15, Eugene Theatre
Seats on Sale at Kuykendall's Drug Store
BOX OFFICE OPENS SATURDAY
Undoubtedly the best in town. We don’t serve them plain. We
do our utmost to please you in every respect,
Are our long suits. We don’t hesitate in saying that the demand
for pastries of all kinds is growing and growing fast. This increase
can only be interpreted as the result of catering to the fancies of the
WALT HUMMELL, Proprietor.
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Reclaimed U. S.
Army Olive Drab
$7.00 Value When Mew, Special
These Shirts are ail-wool army serge in olive drab
coior. Reclaimed, but like new. The shirt for the
workingman, sportsman, motorist and out-door
mail. Elbows doubled, breast lined. All sizes.
These shirts have just arrived from one of Uncle
Sam’s largest camps.
MAIL ORDERS FILLED.
8,500 Pair U. S.
Army Sox 17c
Regular 35c value.
Army Drill Sox
Army gray, part wool,
caslimere, medium weight,
Army Dress Sox
55c value Lisle Sox
Heavy well, 75c values
Extra heavy wool, $1.00
to $1.50 values
Mail Orders Filled.
Heavy New O. I).
Sells elsewhere for
$22.50; our price
Mail Orders Filled.
525 U. S. Army Gray BlanKets
Formerly Sold Regulation
at $5.85 Issue
_ Mail Orders Filled.
$12.00 U. S. Army Olive Drab Trousers, New
Today $4.85 Today
~ Mail Orders Filled.
Surplus Army Goods Store
Si\lii and Willamette Sts. Hampton Building