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Oregon Daily Emerald
Member Pacific Intercollegiate Preae Association
Floyd Maxwell Webster Ruble
Official publication of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon, issued dally
except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.
News Editor ...___.._ Kenneth Youei
Daily Newt Editors
Margaret Scott Ruth Austin
Arthur Rudd Wanna McKinney
Sporta Editor .... Edwin Hoyt
Sports Writers—Kenneth Cooper, Harold
Shirley, Edwin Fraser.
John Anderson Dan Lyons
News Service Editor -.. John Dierdorff
Exchanges __Eunice Zimmerman
Statistician ---- Doris Sikes
NewB Starff—Nancy Wilson, Mabel Gilham, Owen Callaway, Florine Packard, Jean Strachan,
MadeJene Logan, Jessie Thompson, Florence Cartwright, Marion Lay, Helen King, John Piper,
Herbert Larson, Mildred WeekB, Margaret Powers, Doris Holman, Genevieve Jewell Rosalia
Keber, Freda Goodrich, Georgianna Gerlinger, Claude Hollister, Edward Smith, Clinton Howard,
Associate Manager ...
Advertising Manager ...
Circulation Manager .
Assistant Circulation Manager
Advertising Assistants ...
___ Morgan Staton
_______ Lot Beattie
....... Jason McCune
.._.-. Gibson Wright
Donald Woodworth, Lawrence Isenbarger
___ Mildred Lauderdale
.... Lyle Janz, Randolph Kuhn
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Night EdiUr Thia Issue
An Individual Proposition.
With the announcement of the personnel of the greater Oregon
committee, comes the realization that in the past this committee has
not accomplished what it could have done. There is an unlimited
amount of good work which can be taken care of by this committee,
and it is the idea of the University and the officials of the associated
students to leave nothing undone which will serve to make this
But this committtee alone cannot and is not expected to do all
the boosting for good old Oregon that is to be done during the va
cation period. It is true that this committee will look after the de
tails of organized boosting, but on each individual rests the respon
sibility of making Oregon known in every corner of the State and the
Northwest during the holidays.
Don’t let the Oregon Spirit only smolder because you are going
back home to get away from the daily grind of studies. Keep that
Spirit blazing and pass on lo all you meet, the enthusiasm you now
hold for Oregon. Oregon Spirit is contagious. On you who have
lived within il, lies the burden of carrying it on.
Greater Oregon committees will not make this a greater Oregon
unless they have the assistance and cooperation of every Oregon
student. When we go home this vacation let’s go out to the world
advertising the fact that we are from the University of Oregon. And
above all things remembering that our individual actions and words j
will have more to do with molding public opinion about this grand
old school, than will all the organized boosting and advertising
which we can do for years and years to come.
The development of the many rather than the few, is the aim of
intramural competition. This is also true of minor sports. We must,
not stifle our minor activities, or this principle will suffer. The pro-1
posed amendment to come before the students today should be given
hearty support by everyone.
WILL HEAR OF OREGON
Committee Will Outline New
Plans in Assembly
Meetings of students t>y homo towns
uro being ottllotl for today and tomor
row by tho newly appointed chairman,
following tho decision of tho Grout or
Oregon oonimittoo nt ti mooting yester
day afternoon. A now policy of or
ganizing rollout' preparatory clubs in
tin1 high schools, of running Univor
sitv columns in high school and town
papers, and of holding personal con
ferences with prospective students will
bo outlined by tin' chairman of the
The plan will be outlined in assembly
this morning, where it was originally
planned to have tin- separate meetings
held. l*uo to the fact that only eight
members of the committee attended the
meeting yesterday this has been con
The alumni will back the new plan
in every way, according to Pave
Graham, alumni chairman. Miss Jean
nette Calkins, acting alumni secretary,
brought up the idea that it is more the
kiml of freshmen that the Vniversitv
gets than the number, This idea will
be carried out Paul Patterson, general
chairman, outlined the general plans
of tin1 committee.
New members of the committee are
as follows: 8ilverton, l,vie Jan/;
Ttrownsville, I.eonard l.i well, l.ebanon,
Randolph Kuhn; Hillsboro, l.oo Goar;
Knterpriso, Prin. Tavenner.
PLANS OF SCHOOL WANTED
Gutemala Institute Asks Blue Prints
of Medical Buildings
A request has been made of the t
University of Oregon bv the edu'a
tional section of the Pan \meriean
Huion, for the blue prints of the 1'ni !
versitv of Oregon medical school build |
These prints are to be sent to the
Legation at Guatemala, a city in Con-:
tral America, for the use of the Guate-■
mala medical school, whoso buildings,
recently wore destroyed bv earthquake. I
They wrote through the Utin American
Union, to the headquarters at Wash
ington, 1>. C., for the latest improve
ments in arrangement, style of con
struction, and equipment, to be pro
cured in the Cnited States. The odu
rational committee choose the Univer
sity of Oregon buildings as the most
suitable. "The effort of the Gate
nminn medical school, to rebuild its
plant along tin' most progressive mod
ern lines is deserving of all possible
assistance, and is most praiseworthy,”
said F. ,1. Vanes, in charge of the
educational section of the Pan Ameri
Y. W. TO ENTERTAIN GIRLS
Those Intending to Stay During Vaca
tion Asked to Sign List at Bungalow
tlirls who will be in Eugene dur
ing the Christmas vacation are looking
forward to the entertainment the V
W A is planning for them. Def
inite plans have not yet been formed.
The girls intending to be here are asked
to sign up on tin1 list that has been
placed on the bulletin board at the
bungalow so that the entertainment
■ommittee may get an idea of the num
ber of girls who will be in town and
an plan the entertainment accordingly.
Tre Nil is also milking plans for a
good time for the girls who will be
obliged to remain because of the work
they are doing.
SOUTHERN RUGBY PLAYERS
PRACTICE FOR TRIP NORTH
Stanford University. Palo Alto, Dee
(P. 1. N SA Sixty men are out
in the rugby field every day now.
'radioing for the trip north to Can
ida during the Christmas vacation. The
losing of the American football sea
on has greatly strengthened the squad
hrough the acquisition of such men
is Patrick, Wilcox. Campbell and
vhaudeman, all of whom ha\e had ox
>t‘rienpt' in rutfbv.
Framed Campus Views at Read's
Notices will be printed in this uliin
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 25 words.
Condon Club—The Geological and Min
ing Society of American Universit
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.
Sigma Delta Chi—Meets tonight at
Dean Allen’s home, 2239 Birch Lane,
at 7:30. All members expected to be
Sophomore Class—Picture will be taken
Thursday immediately after assembly
on north steps of Villard.
FreshmeiwA picture of the elass 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.
Mask and Buskin—Meets Thursday
evening, 7:30, in clubroom, third
floor Woman’s building.
Dial—Meeting of the Dial at 7:30 this ;
evening in the Woman’s building.
Phi Mu Alpha—Luncheon at the An- 1
chorage today. Important meeting.
PI LAMBDA THETA INITIATES
Pi Lambda Theta initiated three
charter members of the Educational |
club who were unable to be present
when the chapter was installed last
June. They are Mrs. Pattee, Anna
Grace Pallett, teachers in the Univer
sity high school, and Alda Berry, a ma
jor in English.
OU do want warmth
A and wear in your
Overcoat, of course, but
you should get good
style, too. You will
when you buy Society
Brand. They are hand
tailored—that makes a !
great deal of difference in 1
the style. It doesn’t
make much difference in
the price. i
$40 to $60
Green Merrell Co.
“One of Eugene’s Best Stores”
Novel and Attractive Christmas Cards make
Good Reminders of Christmas Cheer.
A. C. Read
Campus Art and Stationery Shop
Home of the Big Campus Memory Book
Japanese Trays, etc.
If you want to save that picture have it framed, over 200
mouldings to select from.
Point and Art Store
922 Will. Street
Low Prices at Every
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