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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1921)
BED AND BLUE TEAMS OUT TO
Coming of Noted Chicago Man to be
Secretary Said to Depend
On Success of Drive
Men who made pledges last spring,
and all freshmen and others who were
not here at that time are in a fair
way to get rid of some money, as the
Y. M. C. A. campaign for funds is now
under way. The drive started at noon
yesterday, when the solicitors met at
lunch in the “hut” and complete plans
were laid for the tw'o days’ campaign,
which will close Wednesday at noon.
Two teams, the reds and the blues,
with Carl Yonder Ahe and Boy Veatch
as captains, are competing for the honor
of bringing in the largest amount of
money. Each team is made up of
twelve men, with a man from each of
seven fraternity houses, one from
Friendly hall, and four from the campus
at large. No one will be missed, and
the students are expected to back the
campus organization with their money.
Membership cards will be given to all
who pay in the money now. If any
men are unable to make payment im
mediately, they will be given an oppor
tunity to sign pledge cards, payable at
some time during the present term. ,
Whether the University of Oregon
gets L. P. Putnam of the central “Y”
at Chicago depends largely on the sup
port given to the present campaign.
A small green ribbon is to be used
to designate those who have “come
through.” All men should wear these,
as they are the only means of keeping
from being solicited a number of times.
The “Y” Bcrves any student who
requests aid. Employment, rooms, cam
pus new student service, handbook
publication, community service, "Y”
school courses, and many other func
tions of the organization illustrato its
usefulness. Several social events will
be put on during the year. The annual
stng mix, which was staged last Fri
day night, was a success in getting
freshmen acquainted and started off
right as students of Oregon.
PANHELLENIC GETS STIR
(Continued from page one)
Panhellenic Is Advisory
The Aliimnne Pnnhellenie council nets
in nn advisory capacity over the active
council, and in any action which might
be taken in this particular affair is sub
ject to the approval of the alumni coun
cil. The alumnae council is composed of
representatives of the various houses
who have graduated and who are living
Want, to arrange rental of canoe by
the hour or a cheap buy. Address 1981
Moss St., Eugene 0-5
FOUND—-A green vest with collar
and tie in Villard following frosh
Wanted—Passengers coming to Eugene
from Harrisburg or points between
Harrisburg and Eugene who wish to
come in the morning and return in the
evening. Very low rates. Inquire L.
Parris Powell at E. B. IT. 0-8.
Plant and cut flowers for sale, Alice
Short, 1512 Columbia, Phone -45B-L.
Tu. Sat. tf.
We do hemstichiug, 10 cents per yard.
Black and white thread furnished. Sin
ger Sewing Machine Co., tilO Wiliam
LOST Tan suitcase with strap
around middle, Oregon sticker and ho
tel tag Was delivered at wrong ad
dress last week. Kinder please call
Manorial transfer, (551 d tf.
LOST Kappa Kappa (lamina pin.
Kinder call 204. tf.
Skillful Examinations *
Perfect Fitting Glasses f
Dependable Optical Service J
ROYAL J.GICK I
908 Willamette St. Up Stairs f
Phone 620. ♦
OREGON CLUB PLANS YEAR
Arrangement Made for Social and
The men ’3 Oregon club is planning a
big social and athletic year. These
facts were brought out at the meeting
1 of the club last night in the Y. M.
C. A. hut. Arrangements have been
made for a smoker during the fall term,
a dance the winter term, and a picnic
in the spring. The clubmen expect j
to enter teams in all of the doughnut i
“On account of the great number of;
unaffiliated men on the campus this
fall, we expect a large membership,” j
said Emerald Sloan, president of the
organization. “I wish all men who are
not connected with any living organiza
tion would see Glen Walkley, Vernon
Bullock, or Balph Taylor about joining
The meetings of the club are held
twice a month on the first and third
Monday’s of the month.
GREGORY TEACHES PRINCIPALS
Twenty-five principals of the biggest
ward school in Portland are enrolled in
the course in “Modern Problems of
Education from the Standpoint of the
Grade Principal,” which Professor C.
A. Gregory of the school of education
is giving in Portland. The class meets
every Saturday night at the public
library. Eighteen members of the class
for grade principals are also enrolled
in Professor Gregory’s course on edu
cational. problems for grade teachers.
Maybe a SANDWICH will satisfy it.
If you feel like you cau eat a meal,
Just for your benefit.
The Student’s Shop
The Eugene Packing Company
We Patronize Home Industries.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Phone 38 675 Willamette St.
Successors to the Wing Market.
Noodles, Chop Suey, Waffles
GUY BOWDEN, Proprietor.
CLEANING AND PRESSING
Suits Cleaned and Pressed.$1.50
Pants Cleaned and Pressed.50
Ladies’ Skirts Cleaned and
Pressed.$1.00 to $2.00
Ladies Suits Cleaned and
Pressed.50 — $1.25
Ladies’ Suits Pressed.75 — $1.25
Six Suits Pressed for.$3.25
Silk Skirts and Gloves a Specialty.
WE CALL AND DELIVER FREE.
Just What You Want
We have the kind of merchandise that students like
and have been used to buying.
We speak with pride of our Clothes for men and
young men, especially those of college age and attending
Our line of Sport Apparel for young girls is of the
best. We are supplied with Phoenix and Holeproof
Hoseries in both silks and wools.
If you need House Furnishings such as Linens and
Beddings, we can satisfy your minutest desire and at
especially attractive prices.
FOR STYLE.QUALITY € ECONOMY
Do You Know
What we are doing? We save you from 50c to $ 1.30
I. P. Loose Leaf
40c on a Dissecting Set
• $1.50 on a $3.00 Book.
Everything else in proportion.
We sell our Second-hand Books at ONE HALF..
Buy your new Texts from us AT COST.
UNIVERSITY BOOK STORE
Eleventh and Alder.
The Place You Like the Best
is the place that gives you what you want and Ser
vice with a smile.
The Old Reliable for good Pastry, Fountain Spe
cials and Candies.
Yours for the Best
820 Willamette. Herman Burgovne
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