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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 10, 1921)
UNITED PRESS MEMBERS
WILL MEET ON CAMPUS
Newspaper Conference Plans
Meeting of the northwestern mem
bers of the United Press will be one
of the events of the Annual Newspaper
Conferenee to be held January 13 and
1<1 under the auspices of the school of
journalism. Frank A. Clarvoe, north
western manager of the United Press
has issued a call for a meeting to be
held at this time.
Preliminary plans for the conference
were announced by Dean Allen yester
Ernest Oilstrap, manager of the Eu
gene Register, and one of the ablest
newspaper men in the state in the
handling of foreign advertising, li
scheduled to speak on this phase of the
W. F. G. Thacher, professor of ad
vertising in the University, will report
the results of an elaborate investiga
tion among national advertising agen
cies, as to the conditions under which
they will be willing to enter the Ore
gon rural field more extensively t)ian
Another of the conference speakers
is to be Paul Robertson of the Aurora
Observer, who will have as his sub
ject "Why I solicit advertising out
side of my town.” Mr. Robertson’s
own paper is filled with outside adver
Upton IT. Gibbs, Eastern Clackamas
Nows, of Estacada, an Episcopal cler
gyman who has becomo a convert to
country journalism, has prepared for
delivery an interesting account of “The
small town weekly aB I havo found it.”
Many prominent newspaper workers
will address the conference.
INCORPORATED IN SALEM
Local Fraternities Formed, But Aro
Not Yet Authorized by Committee
on Student Living
Two campus organizations havo just
filed articles of incorporation in Salem,
according to an announcement which
appeared in the Portland papers yes
terday. The organizations were given
as Alpha Sigma sorority and Kappa
Delta Phi fraternity, and although
their plans have already been formu
lated, they havo not vet been author
ized by the student living committee,
and accordingly will not function un
til the permission of that body has
According to the announcement, the
incorporators of Alphn Sigma aro Eliza
beth Kessi, senior, Harlan, Oregon;
Jane Huson, senior, Cornelius, Oregon;
and Wanda Daggett, senior, Portland;)
while the incorporntors of Kappa Delta !
Phi were given as Delbert V. Hill, jun
ior, Eugene; Bruce McConnell, junior,
Merced, Calif.; and noward E. Ralloy,!
The matter of nuthoriz-ation will be
taken up at a meeting of the student
living committee next Wednesday, and
at thnt time a decision will be made.
Tt is thought probable that permission j
will be granted. Tn that event the
houses will be established bv the beg
Minimum ehnriM*. 1 tim«* °8r • ? time*.
48c; 5 time*. $1. Must l**» limits to 8
Hm, over thin limit, Be per lint*. Phone
981. «*r lenve ropy with HunilU't*** office of
Fmkhmp, in Cnlvernity Press. Payment in
•dvnnc« Office hour*. 1 to 4 p. m.
LOST -A »nm 11 ciiraco broach pin
somewhere on campus Friday. Reward,
('all Kvelyn Foster, 1127 J. 49 DIO.
LOST A pair of shell rim glasses
in black case. Finder notify Joan
Perry, Delta Zotn. 52-D9.
Fine rooms for club or group of eight
or ten men students. Four rooms,
clean and light. Two large sleeping
porches. Phone 1344. 54-D10.
LOST Friday morning, a Shaeffcr
pen attached to a black ribbon. Finder
please call Catherine Anderson, (iSS.
1 need it for exams. 57 DIO.
LOST Cold eversharp pencil with
name Hu/.el Seely engraved on it
Finder please call Alpha ('hi Omega.
Soiled, muddy shoesT That’s
where you lose, appearances
Here in this chair I’ll put a
glare upon them something
I’ll also fix those yellow kicks
and make them black as
No acids used, no shoes abused,
with black 1 treat you
Each pair l shine is right in
line with patent - leathers,
Selected stock that none can
knock, so keep this little
It points the way to the
They are the Right
Peter Sarecos John Papas
Hex Theatre Building
inning of tbe winter term, as the or
ganization of the groups is practically
complete. Dr. John Bovard is chair
man of the student living committee.
StadenU read the classified ada; try
If you knew that my ex
amination is more thorough,
that any eye defect would be
determined more accurately,
that my lenses, properly fit,
would give you better vision
and comfort, would you take
advantage of this superiority
at no greater cost?
r*r tbe BwmwMw ud
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ROYAL J. GICK
008 Willamette St. Up Stairs
Are you making a memory book of your days in college?.. Sec
our big stunt books for interesting campus pictures.
The Kodak Shop
10th and Willamette Sts. Phone 535
that she always gets her hats from Mrs. Ruth McMallum Carter
because she has the latest thing in millinery for College wo
Mrs. Ruth McCallum Carter
First National Bank Bldg. Phone 652
Barker Motor Bus Co.
Stages leaving every hour from 7.30 a. m. to 7.30 p. m.
Stages leave from CENTRAL STAGE TERMINAL
For Information Phone 360
S. G. BARKER, Mgr.
Electrical Gifts Serve Best
Therefore Are Most
We have Electrical Christmas gifts for
every purse, person and purpose.
Tree Lightings Sets
Electric Chafing Dishes, Toasters, Curling
Irons, Percolators, Heaters, Electric
Waffle Irons, Flashlights, Floor and
Come in and let us show you our display.
Sigwart Electric Co.
Westinghouse Agents Phone 718
Office Machinery & Supply Co.
Successor to VALLEY SALES AGENCY
917 Willamette Street Eugene, Oregon
Buy a Useful Present This
ONE OF OUR BICYCLES CAN BE
USED 365 DAYS IN A YEAR
Indian, National, and Flyer Bicycles
Have you guessed the number of
parts on the Flyer bicycle in our wiu
dowt Do it now and get a prize.
Sinith-McKern Cycle Company
9th and Oak Phone 299
Have you had one of our
Mail Orders Receive Our Prompt and Painstaking
Here’s to the World’s Sweethearts!
May This Christmas Bring Them Gifts of Gold and Silver
I OVERS in every clime and in every age have looked to Christmas
best opportunity of the year to exchange tokens of affection and
of love divine. And what gift more durable, more expressive of the
heart’s tenderest sentiment than a gift of Jewelry?
Laraway’s Jewelry Shop Is a Delightful Place
Just a hew suggestions or
priate for “Her”
Sliver mesh bag
Every woman loves the Cameo, and
well they should. They are just as
popular today as ever. We are show
ing: a wonderful assortment in both
the brooch and the ring, at greatly re
Just a rew Suggestions of
priate for “Him”
Fancy stone ring
Silver match box
Brass ash tray
Set of brushes
The question of Silverware will be
settled to your entire satisfaction.
There’s so much here in sterlings and
plates that it would be folly on our
part to attempt a description. Just
let us invite you to the store at a time
when you can spare ample time for a
Special Christmas Offer
SAVE 25 per cent 40 per cent ON
A LARAWAY DIAMOND
Here is an unusual opportunity to own a Laraway Diamond. For a
limited time we will make these special prices on fine, high-grade
Diamonds—Laraway's Diamonds of Quality.
YOU ARE LOSING MONEY IF YOU DELAY
Special appointment in my private Diamond room at any time,
if desired. Do not delay—buy now at my special prices
Your Gift Will Be Fully Appreciated if It Comes from Laraway’s
Diamond Merchant and Jeweler