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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1921)
SUBJECT OF SKETCH
Short Biography by Fred Lockle;
Used on Oregon Journal
Dr. James Barnett, professor of po
litieal science at the. University, was tlx
■ubject of a biographical sketch whick
appeared under the heading “Observa
tions and Impressions of the Journal
Man,” by Fred Lockley, on the edito
rial page of the Oregon Journal of last
Tuesday. Mr. Lockley’s sketch follows:
“James D. Barnett, of Eugene is the
author of the book entitled ‘Operation
of the Initiative, Referendum and Recall
in Oregon.' He is also a frequent con
tributor to legal and political journals,
For some years he was a member of
the board of editors of the American
Political Science Review, and at present
is associate editor of the National Mu
nicipal Review. The first book he pub
lished was ‘Indirect Central Administra
tion of Wisconsin.' In answer to my
question Dr. Barnett snid:
“I was born Oceober 25, 1870, at Cairo,
Egypt. My father, James Barnett, was
the founder of the American mission
there. My mother’s maiden name was
Margaret Lees. When 1 was still a
youngster my parents moved to the
United States, settling in Kansas, so
to all intents and purposes I am a
Kansan. I went to the public schools
in Emporia, and later attended the col
lege of Emporia, graduating in 1800. f
received my Ph. I), degree from the Uni
versity of Wisconsin in 1005. My life
work is the study and teaching of gov
ernment with a view to help in making
it more democratic and more efficient. T
have been instructor in political science,
in the University of Wisconsin and the
University of Oklul/oma and my work
in Oregon is as a professor of political
science at the university. I am not mar
BIBLE LEADERS AT TEA
Miss Dinsdale Entertains Heads of Dis
A tea was given yesterday afternoon
at the Y. W. C. A. bungalow for the
leaders of the Bible discussion groups
which have been held for the past six
weeks in the different girls organiza
tions oh the campus. Miss Tirza Dins
dale, secretary, and Eleanor Spall, chair
man of the groups, were the hostesses.
The discussion groups have closed for
this year and the leaders talked over
plans for the coming year. The leaders
who have met with the girls organiza
tions this terra are: Gamma Phi, Mary
Perkins; Delta Gamma, Mrs. George
Bolder; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mary
Robertson; Hendricks hall, seniors, Ger
trude Talbot, underclassmen, Helen Tall,
Mabyl Weller, Louise Davis and Ethel
Wakefield; Pi Phi, Grace Edgington;
Zeta Itho Epsilon, Mozelle Ilair; Kappa
Alpha Theta, F. G. Jennings; Thachcr
Cottage, Miss Sue Badollet; Haley Cot-,
tage, Mrs. S. I). Allen; Orcgop Club.
Dean Fox; Chi Omega, Bruce Giffin;
Alpha Phi, Cliurles E. Dunham; Deltn
Delta Delta, AVilliam Case; Delta Zeta,
Andrew Fish; Sigma Delta Phi, Mrs.
Bruce Giffin; Alpha Delta Pi, Mrs. C.
*' KING OF CASTLES ’ ’ WILL
BE PLAYED BY PUPILS
(Continued from Page 1.)
The “Builders” in the operetta are:
Mary (who has taken to tutting)....
Nell (from the city).Lena Eastwood
Betty (small sister with lively in
terest in life) .Claire Whitton
Aliee (heiress to millions).
Margaret (authority on division of
labor) .Gladys Kennedy
Genevieve (inclined to avoid
work) .Lymlall Elliott
Dorothy (who loves to dance).
((Also on a vacation.)
Esther .Eugene Allen
Marie ..Gertrude Hill
Ethel .Glenn Stivers
Florence .Helen Smith
Grace .Geraldine Spence
|Emi!.v .Margaret Tingle
Jimmy Howard (promoter of projects
of fancy and afterward pirate cap
tain) .Harold Gordinicr
The Wandered (teller of strange
tales) .Uobert McKnight
The Boy (who listens) ..Wilfred Moore
Dick (from the country he admits
it) .llal Skinner
C. Bacon (head officer) ...Lloyd Young
A. llyan (park policeman).. Dean Scott
Tobias Fike, “Tobe,” for short, (real
estate artist) .Henry Sheldon
Septimus Longnecker. Sep, for short,
(dealer in lumber, etc.) ..Dale Soolej
Sam (a pleasure seeker) .
.De Veil Hempey
Happy (with balloons to sell) and
later pirate messenger..Uussel Stewart
Tommy and Billy (idlers and later pir
ate messengers) .
Orville Thompson and Charles Marlatt
MU PHI INITIATES SIX
Business Meeting to Follow Luncheop
i ! On March 5.
Mu Phi Epsilon, women’s honorary
musical fraternity, will hold a business
meeting March 5, following a luncheon
to be given at the home of Mrs. W. M.
Case. Important plans concerning the
activity of the organization on the cain
[pus are under way. These will be com
pleted in the next few meetings and an
nounced in the near future.
Six new members were initiated re
cently and the fraternity was sponsor
jfor a banquefat the Anchorage in honor
(of the new members and a limited num
iber of guests. These included Madame
Rose McGrew, Mrs. M. H. Douglas, j
Imogene Letcher, Leona Gregory. Flor
ence Garrett, Margaret Kern, initiates,
and Dean Fox, Mrs. A. C. Dixon and
Mrs. P. L. Campbell, guests.
EDITOR SENDS “EXTRA”
Former Emerald Chief Announces
Birth of Daughter.
Harry U. Crain, managing editor of
the Salem Capital Journal, formerly
editor-in-ehief of the Emerald, is a great
believer in extra editions. Harry got
one out when he was married, and now
lie comes along with Vol. II, No. 1, an
nouncing to his friends the arrival of
Barbara Marion. Queen of Craindom.
Barbara Marion is three weeks old now.
The extra was in the form of a neat
'card, 4x5, with a double-deck head on a
(WISCONSIN CLUB TO BUY PLANE.
The University Aero club -at the Uni
versity of Wisconsin has started the
(work of raising a fund to purchase an
(airplane for commercial purposes and
\to promote aviation in Wisconsin. The
(aim is to establish a flying school in the
university military department.
WASHINGTON WOMEN SPRINT.
“Keep fit” week at the University of
'Washington with a formula for an
piour’s exercise a day has caught co-eds
purposely starting to classes late so they
may run without appearing “perfectly
FRENCH BOOKS SECURED
Fiction and Drama Soon Ready for
A list of French fiction and drama
available at the library will shortly be
ready for distribution to those inter
ested. .Special request for such a li'sl
came to the library not long ago from s
French war bride at Corvallis who wishes
to borrow such books. This list will un
doubtedly be of interest to the French
wives of soldiers living in Eugene.
We take pleasure in announcing
to former patrons and all stud
ents the reopening of
(Formerly University Candy Booth)
“We Have What Others Don’t’'
Opposite The CO-OP
57 QUALITY DRYGOODS Phone
E. MATLOCK’S > 60
9th St. QUALITY GROCERIES
REO CAR SERVICE
31-37 W. 7th Ave. Phone No. 587
CAMPUS A P D aa|] Photographer
849 E. 13th. Jt\m %/• JL\vClU Telephone 1393
Snappy Campus Pictures
Basketball Pictures—Films—Kodak Finishings—Fine
“Home of the Big Campus Memory Book”
LEARN SHORTHAND & TYPEWRITING
Special Classes Special Terms
Sdiool in session twelve months of the year.
ooo eugene: business college
992 Willamette St. Phone 666
Expert Shoe Repairing
Done Promptly with Y _
PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP '
W. T. SHOUI/TS, Prop.
Eugene Steam Laundry
» Service Our |Aim s
City Messenger Service
39 E. 7th J. C. GRANT, Mgr.
— Go To
The Club Barber
It Strops Itself
without removing the Hade
A smooth keen edge is provided for
every shave with the AutoStrofr
Razor. Each dozen blades are
guaranteed to give 500 clean and
Borrow an AutoStrof
Razor for 30 days—the trial
is free and does not obligate you
An otter of this kind Las never Leen
made in connection with any otLer razor
and is more convincing proof of the
merit of tLe AutoStrofi Razor than
any argument we could preeent. Lali
at our store, borrow an AutoStrofc Come in and
Razor and demonstrate tins merit to take it with ycu
your own satisfaction. or write at once.
Obak Cigar Store
The Home of the Students Who
Use the Pool and Billiard Tables
8th and Willamette
W. B. (Obak) Wallace
Pictures of Quality
When you give your picture to a
friend’ you want to be satisfied with
it. That is our aim—to satisfy.
Eugene Clarifying and Pasteurizing Co.
C. P. HULEGAAR1), Mgr.
Res. 1072 W. 8th Ave.
943 OAK Eugene, Oregon
Res. Phone 5GGJ Office Phone 390
Orders Promptly Delivered
Rich Milk for Family Use and
Free From Every Impurity
Jersey and Guernsey Milk.
Only Clarifying In The City
Follow the Crowd
\ lie old saying that you go where your friends do
applies m many phases of life. That is likely the rea
son you are at Oregon. That is likely the reason you
conform to certain college traditions".
• ,Jkewise it is one of the reasons you go to the
Kainbow to eat. Then you also have a pleasant place
with good tood served in a tasty7 manner.
Follow the crowd to v
H. BURGOYNE, Prop.