Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 17, 1921, Page TWO, Image 2

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    Oregon Daily Emerald
Member Pacific Intercollegiate Press Association.
/^ooeciate Editor
Lyle Bryson News Editor
Charles E. Gratke
Assistant News Editors
Velma Rupert, Elisabeth Whitehouse
John Dierdorff.
Sports Editor.Floyd Maxwell
Sports Writers
Kogene Kelty Harold Shirley Art Rudd
Statistician.Don D. Huntress
Night Editors
Wilford C. Allen.
Carlton K. Logan, Keuel S. Moore,
Kenneth Youel.
News Service Editor ... .Jacob Jacobson
Alexander Brown, Eunice Zimmerman
Feature Writers ..E. J. H., Mary Lou Burton, Frances Quisenberry
News Staff—Fred Guyon, Margaret Scott, Pearl Harris, Owen Callaway, Jean
Strachan, Inez King, Lenore Cram. Wanna McKinney, Raymond D. Lawrence,
Herbert Scheidt, Florence Skinner, Emily Houston, Mary Truax, Howard Bailey,
Ruth Austin, Madalene Logan, Mabel Gilham, Jessie Thompson, Hugh Stark
weather, Jennie Perkins, Claire Beale, Dan Lyons, John Anderson, Maybclle
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Associate Manager .Webster Ruble
Advertising Manager .George McIntyre
Circulation Manager.A1 Krohn
Staff Assistants: James Meek, Jason McGune, Elwyn Craven, Morgan Staton.
Official publication of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon,
issued daily except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.
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Entered in the post office at Eugene, Oregon, as second class matter. Sub
scription rates $2,25 per year. By term, 75c. Advertising rates upon application.
Ohm pus office—055.
Downtown office—1200.
The Pacific, Coast Conference track meet which will be held
here Saturday is one of the biggest events staged under the
auspices of the A. S. 11. 0. This year is the first time in his
tory that the coast conference meet has been dield at Eugene,
and it is a big undertaking.
An announcement will be made that A. S. U. O. cards will
not admit to this meet. This may come as a surprise, and may
even occasion criticism. An explanation may clarify matters.
At the last conference meeting, which was held in Berkeley
late last fall, Oregon bid for the conference meet, anl it was
awarded to us. The conference passed a ruling that a $2000
guarantee was necessary for the privilege, and Oregon is thus
made to pay that much.
Ordinarily, A. S. U. 0. cards admit to all athletic events
staged during the term in which the card is issued. But the
extraordinary expense of the conference track meet necessi
tate an additional charge for everyone.
Last year, it will be remembered, there were no home track
meets. A. S. U. O. cards therefore admitted students to no
meets. This year one dual meet has already been opened to
students, so there should be no criticism on that score. ,
• At Stanford, where the conference track meet was held
last year, all students were required to pay an admission larger
than that which will be asked students here. At Washington,
where the met was held the year before, an admission was like
wist; asked. Thus it can be seen that in refusing admission to
holders of A. S, IT. 0. cards, Oregon is doing nothing different
frqjn the practices at other institutions.
AVe are fortunate in being able to have the coast conference
track meet here for the first time. AVe have one of the best
ovals on the coast, and we art; prepared in every way to stage
one of the best conference meets ever held. Those in charge
of the meet will introduce new features, and attempt in every
way to put it over in true Oregon style.
It is a great deal better that students pay an extra amount
to witness the meet than for the A. S. II. ()'. to go into debt a
great deal to stage the meet. There is really nothing else for
us to do.
For the first time in history, or at least, recent history, the
Oregaua seems likely to be financially successful. The* book
is one of the best issued, and there is no reason for any students
failing to pay the remainder of their subscription to the book
if they have already promised1 to purchase one. Unless some
students go back on their promise to complete payment on the
book, the Oregaua will come out ahead. Save rip the money
now, as the book will be out during the week-end.
In the somewhat hurried construction of the now A. S. U. O.
constitution, mistakes were made which are now being discov
ered. 1 he alumni association (.loos not elect its member on the
new executive council until commencement, whereas it is neces
sary that tin; council function a. great deal before that time.
Some method must be found' to remedy this situation.
Eloquent Speaker Coming Thursday;
Junior Week-end Program Will
Also Be Discussed.
Bishop Homer ('. Stunt/, of the Meth
odist Episcopal church, recent delegate
to the national gathering of the church
officials at Portland, and regarded by
his fellow churchmen as the most elo
quent speaker of the meeting, will de
liver a 30-minute address to the student
body at the regular weekly asemhly on
Thursday morning, at 11 o’clock.
The subject of the Bishop’s address lias
not yet been announced, but advices re
ceived at the President’s office concern
ing his recent appearances in various
cities of the state and the enthusiasm
that he aroused among his hearers give
promise that his talk to the students will
carry great inspirational value to every
person present.
Kecnnso of their growing business
which necessitates larger quarters. Geo.
It. .MoMorrau and Carl G. Wnshbttrno
purchased the building where their store
Las been located since 1912. from Cocker
line and Weatherhee last week. The
building, which is the most valuable bus
iness property in Lane county, sold for
) pprovmntely SI00,000. It is announced
that another story will be added to Un
building soon.
Students of the University of Oregon
will congratulate .Mr. MeMorran and Mr
Wnsliburne in their new venture. Moth
have been liberal subscribers to the Uni
versity of Oregon. Mr. MoMorrau being
one of the leading citizens in raising
the money to make the new Wotnnu's
building possible, and Mr. Washburue and
his family were heavy subscribers. "We
have- bought the store building because
we believe Oregon. Eugene and the Uni
versity have a great future," states Mr.
Phi Theta Kappa.—Meeting, room 22
Commerce building, Tuesday evening at
5 o’clock.
Class Baseball.—All women interested
in making the class teams should sign
up with Miss Waterman, instructor, be
fore Monday night. The class teams will
be chosen next week.
Pi Lambda Theta.—Special meeting
very important, Wednesday, 5 p. m.. room
35, library.
Men's Glee Club.—Meeting changed
from Tuesday to Thursday night. Time
5 p. m., place, Y. M. C. A. hut.
Eutaxian Club.—Meeting this Tuesday
at the bungalow, at 7:30.
Pot and Quill.—Short business meet
ing Tuesday at 5:15, in Pot and Quill
headquarters. Very important that all
members be present.
Mu Zeta Kappa.—Meeting upstairs in
Anchorage at noon Wednesday. Members
unable to attend are asked to leave word
at the Music building.
University Honor Society.—Meets to
day in Dean Straub’s room at 4 p. in.
Election of new members.
Mu Phi Epsilon.—Dr. Landsbur.y will
deliver the last of a series of lectures
tonight at 8 o’clock in Guild theatre.
Subject, "The Piano.”
Affair Is Held In Woman’s
A new tradition was added to the an
nual senior breakfast when it was held
this year in the sun parlor of the Wo
man’s building instead of the home of
Mrs. P. L. Campbell. ‘‘I am sorry that
we can not entertain the girls in our
home any more, and in another way I
am glad, for it marks progress in the
growth of the Y. W. C. A.,” said Presi
dent Campbell, speaking to the girls Sat
urday morning in the place of Mrs
Campbell, who was unable to attend the
breakfast this year.
Eleanor Spall, toast mistress and pres
ident of the association, welcomed the
seniors and expressed the pleasure of the
other girls in being able to entertain the)
seniors. Marjorie Holaday responded
for the senior girls.
The junior girls are official escorts for
the seniors at this breakfast. They were
represented by Le Laine West. Miss
West told the seniors how the juniors
felt about the breakfast and how they
enjoyed taking the seniors.
; Miss Dinsdale, secretary, rend a note
from Dean Fox expressing her regrets
at being unable to attend the banquet.
| Miss Watson compared Hie Y. TV. C. A
with a bee hive, and Miss Dinsdale, Mrs
P. L. Campbell, and Dean Fox as the
queen bees. When the seniors leave
school they will not have the direct help
of these women who have taken such
an interest in all the work of the associa
tion, but they will always have these
1 leasant memories.
Mis- Gilbert, vice-president of the as
Three Members of Cast
of Senior Play Friday
Upper—Marian Taylor# leading woman.
Middle—John Houston, leading man.
Lower—Marion Gilstrap.
socintion t*- the University of Washing
ton, was called upon and she told the
girls how she appreciated their wonder
ful hospitality. “Last year when the
Washington people visited the campus
they were so impressed with the custom
of saying ‘hello’ that when they returned
we said ‘hello’ for almost a week,” said
Miss Gilbert.
Several senior girls wore called upon
for talks, but some of them had au
inkling of what was coming and had left.
However, Vivian Chandler, Isla Gilbert
and Nancy Fields did tell the girls how
they enjoyed the breakfast, as seniors.
Cluett.Peabody CrCo. Inc.Troy. N.Y.
Eugene Steam Laundry
Service Our Aim
Phone 123
It’s fine for a straw—and your straw’s
Exclusive styles and braids,
newest shapes.
Oreew IMlerrsIl ۩.
One of Eugene’s best stores
Have a Heart
Velvety-rieli vanilla Ice Cream—Liberally covered
with delicious Crushed strawberries—Topped with
Marsh mellow.
A Big Cut in
of Spectacles
and Eyeglasses
By buying lenses, frames, mountings and other
materials in large quantities, 1 have been able to
get immense reductions from the regular whole
sale prices and propose.to give my customers the
benefit by giving them pre-war prices. Mv over
head expenses are light—I ‘do my own work and
know it is done right. You can get no better
service anywhere, and can save good American
dollars by bringing youy eye troubles to me.
Broken lenses duplicated within an hour or
two. Bring the pieces.
I will come to the office nights or Sundays.
Just call 533-Y andfl will be at your service.
DR. J. 0. WATTS, Optometrist
790 Willamette
Make the isext
u» clear taste better
^ and
cleanse your mouth
moisten your throat
sweeten your breath
smi J
Only 5‘ jf
* Package '
f JiiiSL
Bring Your Friend
Ami enjoy the most carefully prepared lunches in town. We strive to please. A
taste and you will need no further proof.
Ice Cream Sundaes
id all t!a\ ois, and put up with the same care. ^ oil’ll like them.
A dance can not he a success without punch. Let us fix you up. The amount
or flavor hinders us not. ,