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Oregon Daily Emerald
Member Pacific Intercollegiate Press Association_
Floyd Maxwell Webster Ruble
Official publication of the Aaaociated Student* of the Univereity .of Oreaon iaaued daily
except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.___
Daily News Editors
Margaret Scott Ruth Austin
Arthur Rudd Wanna McKinney
Sports Editor .... Edwin Hoyt
Sports Writers—Kenneth Cooper, Harold
Shirley, Edwin Fraser.
Arne Rae Earle Voorhiea
John Anderson Dan Lyons
News Service Editor . John Dierdorff
Exchanges ... Eunice Zimmerman
j Statistician .— Doris Sikes
New. Staff—Nancy Wilson, Mabel Gilham. Owen Callaway, Honne Packard Jean Strwhan.
Madelene Logan, Jowie Thomp.on, Florence Cartwright. Marion Lay Helen Km“'
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Keber, Freda Goodrich, Oeorgianna Gerlinger, Claade Holliater, Edward bmrth, Clinton Howard,
Elmer Clark. ____
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Daily News Editor This Issue
Night Editor This Issue
There Are Other Contests
When the Oregon debaters meet the 0. A. C. debate team here
Friday night it will be Oregon against 0. A. C.—with the same
fighting spirit that characterizes the athletic contests between these
two State institutions. It must never be thought for a minute that
Oregon Spirit does not manifest itself in other ways than on the
gridiron. That is not the case; there are other activities and eon
tests in which the old Oregon Fight is just as active as in intercol
legiate athletic competition.
But is is a well-known fact that Oregon debate teams might just
as well be fighting their contests before an empty house as far as
student attendance is concerned. This is rather a deplorable state
of affairs, and should be remedied. Let’s get behind the debating
team when they meet O. A. C. this week and show them that we ap
preciate a good light in other lines as well as in athletic competition.
RELIEF FIGURES ARRIVE
Faculty Momber, At Colorado Flood,
Gets Statement of Aid
The American Red Cross, bad avail
able for relief work in the Puoblo dis
aster $4111,087.Hi, of which sum approx
imately $040,000 lias already been ex
pended or placed in trust funds, accord
ing to n copy of financial statement to
date with relation to the Pueblo flood,
which Earl Kilpatrick, director of tho
extension division, has just received.
The statement was sent by A. W. Jones
Jr., director general of the Colorado
disaster relief work. Mr. Kilpatrick
was assistant director general of the
relief work in Colorado last June and
Tlie work at Pueblo is rapidly being
completed, the last activity of the or
ganization being the building of a num
ber of rude houses as a part of the
rehibilitution program for the 71151
persons who were made homeless by the
flood on tlu' night of June third.
The largest item in the financial
statement which Mr. Kilpatrick has
received consists of pensions amount
ing to $10(1,000. These pensions pro
vide for all widows and orphans, a pro
vision which includes the education of
orphans. Other considerable items in
dude $84,(1(10 expended for household
furnishing, $111,00(1 for clothing, and
$ JO,000 for food.
RUTTER NAMED DELEGATE
Paper to be Delivered Before Foreign
Trade Conference in Tacoma
l*r. Frank R. Ratter, head of the for
oign trade department ol the 1'aiver
sity school of business administration,
received a letter yesterday from (lover
nor Oleott, stating that he had been
appointed representative of the state
of Oregon to the foreign trade eon
ferenee, which is to be held in Tacoma,
December la and lti.
l>r, Rutter will deliver a paper be
fore tin' conference, which he was
asked some time previous to his official
appointment to prepare His work is
being generally recognized throughout
the country, as he also writes articles
for foreign trade journals,
“JAKE" JACOBSON MABRIES
The marriage of Jacob Jacobson and
Miss Myrtle Freeman of Portland, at
Fresno, California, \ o\ l!> Word of
which has iust reached the campus, is of
interest to university people Mr, Jacob
son is at present editor of the Dinuba
Advocate at Dinuba, California, where
the young couple art* residing During
the summer Mr. Jacobson was sta
tinned in Kugen, in the aerial service
of the forest patrol. He is a member
of Kappa Theta Chi and a baseball
PLEDGING IS ANNOUNCED
l’hi Delta Theta announces the pledg
itig of Arthur Shute of Hillsboro and
Arthur Sutton of Portland.
For Snappy Dance Music
Ye Ciunpa Shoppe
Phone Wright at SOS
CAMPUS CYNIC NOT GUILTY
To the Editor: I wish to announce
firmly and roundly that the recent con
tribution to the Open Forum column of
the Emerald signed “Cynieus” was
positively and absolutely not written
by me. My food agrees with me, and
mv shoes don't pinch.
E. J. H.
FLY HUMS IN ART CLASS
Paint-Eating Insect Known as “Baby”
Latest Member of Department
The discovery of a paint eating fly
is the latest report from Professor
Hehroff’s art class. So familiar has
this winged one become with the art
students that they now call him
“Bubv.” In his short sojurn in the art
department, Baby has developed such
an artistic sense that he can even pick
out the best canvas on which to gambol
gayly and smear the paint. His hum
has become an inspiration to the stu
Notices will be printed in this coiusis
for two issues only. Copy must be in the
office by 4 :30 o’clock of the day on which
it is to be published and must be limited
to 2£ words.
Students in Commerce—Ali students
majoring in business administration
are urged to assemble on the steps
of the commerce building Wednes
day, December 7, at 12 o’clock.
Group picture will be taken for the
Oregana at that time.
Pre-Engineering Students — Herbert
Nunn, chief engineer of state High
way commission is to give an address
in the Oregon building at 7:30
o’clock Wednesday evening, Dec. 7.
Pre-Engineers and all others inter
ested urged to attend.
Condon Club—The Geological and Min
ing Society of American University
ies will hold a program meeting
Thursday evening, 7:45, Boom 4,
Johnson hall. Hubert Schenck will
speak on “Experience in the Orient.”
Physical Ability Tests—For all those
who have not passed will be held
on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
at 12 noon, sharp.
Hermian Club—Meeting at 5 o ’clock
this afternoon in the Woman’s
League room in the Woman’s build
ing. Dean Bovard will talk on phys
Masons—Craftsmen club will meet at
Anchorage, noon today, (Wednes
day). Luncheon and important meet
ing. This includes E. A. and F. C.
Sophomore Class—Picture will be taken
Thursday immediately after assembly
on north steps of Villard.
Freshmen—A picture of the class of
’25 will be taken Thursday at 10:50
on Administration building steps.
All “Frosh”—-Important class meeting
Thursday night—Villard hall, 7:30.
Sculpture Club—Meeting in the studio
Thursday afternoon at 4:15. New
members please be present.
Physical Exams.—Men may make up
exams in physical education 51a from
9 to 4 on Thursday and Friday.
Now Is the
Time to Visit
Our Big Holiday Display is
now ready. Hundreds of in
expensive gifts shown here.
Our showing of gift cards
is the largest ever and our
prices are right.
GIVE US A CALL
Give a Remembrance that lasts—
A FRAMED PICTURE.
A. C. Read
Campus Art and Stationery Shop
Home of the Big Campus Memory Book
FRIDAY — 8:15
We are First with
the Newest Styles
WE are always a step ahead
—you always find the newest
styles here—first! They are
all “best” because they are
Society Brand — hand-tail
ored, so that they retain their
$40 to $60
Green Merrell Co.
“One of Eugene’s Best Stores”
“Say it with
Eugene Floral Co.
J. A. Hooning, Prop.
Store, 92 Ninth Ave. East.
The Eugene Packing Company
We Patronize Home Industries.
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