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Oregon Daily Emerald
Floyd Maxwell Webster Ruble
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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Business Manager 951. Editor 655
The Big Pep Fest
RALLIES will go on forever. As a molder of Oregon Fight and a
symbol of Oregon Spirit they will exist on the campus as loDg as
Oregon exists. Today has been set as the start off, and from today’s
showing of pep and enthusiasm the new Oregon student body will be
The biggest event of the year is the first rally. Everything gets
its impetus from it, pep runs rampant and the real display of Oregon
Spirit is allowed to rule supreme. Elaborate preparations have been
made for taking care of the “thundering thousand’’ this afternoon
and when yell leader Oberteuffer begins his unwinding process it
will be the signal for the entire student body to raise in a mighty
Last Thursday saw the first assembly get off to a flying start.
The assembly hall was crowded, the students overflowed into the
hallways and nearly two thousand passed through the portals of old
Villard Hall. Today the grand stand on Hayward Field should be
crowded, the students should overflow into the aisles,,and the twTo
thousand should again be on hand.
Oregon’s football team has been fighting day in and day out since
September 15, and their efforts have not been in vain. That smash
ing team full of fight and with the Oregon student body behind it
faces a hard schedule this year, the second game of which will be
played on Hayward Field Saturday.
Every man on that team has heard the students say, “We are
with you.” But every man on that team has not yet seen that in
voluntary outburst from the student body which proves that Oregon
Spirit is backing up that Oregon Fight. That team is now looking
to the student body and framing the query as to W'here that student
Women and men alike typify the Oregon Spirit. It has long
been a record of which Oregon has been proud that the coeds apprec
iate the efforts of the football team and prove their loyalty by at
tending the rallies.
Will there be any slackers tomorrow afternoon when the pande
monium of the first pep fest breaks loose on Hayward Field?
KEITH KIGGINS WORKS
IN AID OF VETERANS
Former Student Reyretsuts Red Cross
“Clean up Squad" in Oregon
Keith Kiggius, ex-'IS, is working us
the Red Cross representative on the
Oregon and Washington ‘‘Cleanup
squad" of the newly formed Veterans'
Bureau which is endeavoring to clear
up all claims of ex service men. The
squad is covering most of the terri
tory of the two states. Kiggius was
in school last year.
' me Veterans’ Uureuu has been
formed by the combination of the old
Bureaus of Public Health Service, War
Risk insurance, und Vocational Train
iug. The Red Cross is represented in
the work of the Bureau. The claims
settled vary from physical disability
to unpaid railway fare. The head
quarters of the squad is in Beattie.
Kiggius graduated from the Univer
sity ordinance school in till?, and
during the war was the moving force
in the largest ordinance depot in France,
according to statements made by his
commanding officer at the time that
he petitioned fur University credit for
war work, lie held the rank of first
lieutenant at the time of his discharge.
JOHN ANDERSON ELECTED
PRESIDENT OF ORCHESTRA
Plans for Even More Extensive Trips
Than Last Year Forming; Soon
To Bo Announced
John Anderson was elected president
of the University orchestra at the first
regular rehearsal Monday night m Ail
lard hall. The other officers which
were elected were, l.aura Teschner,
secretary treasurer, Arthur Campbell
aud Herbert Hacker, librarians.
Tin' manager is to be appointed un
der the new student body constitution,
which will probably be done in the
next few days. Rex Underwood, the
director of the orchestra last year will
again be the instructor.
According to the new president plans
are being made for even more exten
sivc trips than were made last year
aud will be announced in a short time.
NEWMAN HALL TO OPEN
Catholic Club Will Give Reception ami
Dance Next Friday Evening
Newman hall will open formally on
Friday evening, October 7, when mem
bers of the Newman Club in conjunc
tion with St. Mary’s Catholic parish
of lingerie will receive all the new Oath
olic students and their frieuda at a
reception and dance to be given at the
clubhouse at the corner of Thirteenth
and Kincaid streets. Plans for the af
fair are under the general direction of
Father Edwin V. O’Hara, pastor of the
local church. In the reception hour
before the dance members of the church
will be given an opportunity to meet
the Catholic students attending the
University of Oregon.
NEW OFFICER ASSIGNED
TO OREGON’S R. 0. T. C.
Captain F. C. Lewis Served in Army of
Occupation; Cadet Captains
Captain Francis C. Lewis, who has
just returned from Germany, where he
has been stationed since the Armis
tice, is a new member of the staff of
the R. O. T. C. unit at the University
of Oregon. Other members of the staff
are Major Raymond Baird, commandant
of the unit, and Major Rowland, who
came last January.
The military work at the University
is rapidly being organized, according to
Major Baird. The Cadet officers who
have been appointed and assigned to
the various companies are as follows:
Captain Mark Latham, Company “A”;
Captain Janies Meek, Company "If;
Captain Roscoe Roberts, Company "C";
Captain Don Zimmerman, Company
The lieutenants and non eommis
sioned officers will be appointed and
assigned in a few days, according to
AT OREGON 13 YEARS
Former Superintendent of Buildings
and Grounds Hopes Growth Won’t
Check Friendly Spirit
If in asking at the University post
office for that letter from home, you
encounter a welcoming smile from the
friendly, middle-aged man at the stamp
window, know then that you are talk
ing to 11. M. Fisher, head of the l ni
vorsitv mailing department. lie is one
of Oregon s oldest and best friends.
Mr, Fisher, up until this year sup
erintendent of buildings and grounds,
has been on the campus since the spring
of 190S and states that after long ex
perience he doubts if any other univer
sity can be compared with Oregon for
“T haven’t liked to see the Univer
sity getting larger every year for fear
that some of that raiupus friendliness
would go.” said Mr. Fisher. "New
students can't be blamed for wanting
to come here though," he continued
with a twinkling in the kindly blue
eyes behind gold rimmed spectacles
"Their attitude i« like the story of
the man who stood so long looking in
the store window. He attracted most
of the people on the street, who thought
that theremust be something worth
while inside or he wouldn't be stand
Frosh Acquaintance Party—Saturday,
Oct. 8, in the men’s gym. Come at 8
. o’eloek. Every-one out.
Sophomore Class—There will be a meet
ing of the sophomore class at Vallerd
hall, Wednesday night at 7:15.
Elementary News writing—Nine o’clock
section will meet Wednesday and
thereafter in room 105 Deady hall.
No student body dancfe. It has been
decided not to have a student body
dance next Saturday evening as had
been previously planned.
Principles of Accounting—Eleven o
’clock lecture will be held in Villard
hall; 3 o’clocck lecture in room 105
Business Administration building.
Knights of Pythias—Helmet Lodge No.
33 will hold a social Thursday even
ing at 7:30, at their castle hall on
Willamette Street. All Knights on
the campus are cordially invited to
Psychology majors. All majors in psy
cologv are required to meet in psy
chology laboratory seminary room.
McClure 201, Wednesday at 4:15.
E. S. CONKLIN.
Ye Tabard Inn. Meetings Wednesday
night at 7:30 at the Anchorage.
OREGON TO TAKE PARI
IN Y. W. CONFERENCE
The University Y. W. C. A. is to be
represented at the Portland conference
of college and working women by Mrs.
George Bolder; Jessie Todd, head of the
practical service committee of the Y.
W. C. A.; and Grace Tigard, newly
appointed head of the service com
mittee. The conference, to be held
October 7 and 8 at the Portland Y. W.
C. A., is for the discussion of mu
tual collegiate and industrial problems.
Miss Alice Brown, student secretary
of the northwest field, will act as con
Of special interest will be an address
and discussion by Dr. Richard 3eholz,
president of Reed Cilloge, on the sub
During the afternoon of the first day
of the conference the delegates will
visit Portland factories. Friday even
ing, and Saturday morning, "afternoon
and evening will be devoted to lectures
and discussion of present day problem^
in general, with certain definite phases
of interest both to young women in
college and in industry. Dr. Scholz s
address will end the conference.
ing there.” Mr Fisher is sure that the
new students who have been attracted
to Oregon by the ever-increasing en
rollment, are going to find something
worth while. Among the new students
is his son, who is a member of the class
K A Y - B A C
THE SERVICE ELEMENT IS NOT OVERLLOOKED IN ASK
ING YOU TO RECOGNIZE THE OPPORTUNITY IN VALUE
OFFERED BY THE KAY-BAC. IT IS A SUIT OF CHAR
ACTER WHICH DEFINES THE WAIST WITHOUT INCUD
CUSTOM SERVICE WITHOUT
THE ANNOYANCE OF A TRY-ON
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