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Oregon Daily Emerald
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Official publication of the Associated Student, of the University of Oregon, issued daUy
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Daily News Miter This lssus
Hisht Miter This Issue
Come Out of the Shell.
The yell staff declares that Oregon students are not this year living
up to their fine reputation for sportsmanship. What’s wrong? Ap
parently we are suffering from a lapse of real sportsmanship.
The students in the bleachers who take up and “rag” the ef
forts of the players on the floor whether they are members of the
Oregon team or of the opposing team are certainly lacking in the
qualities which make up Oregon Spirit. We pride ourselves on our
spirit, yet here we are allowing it to deteriorate in a manner which
if not checked would soon spell diaster.
If it is the underclassmen who are making this great mistake
then there must be something wrong with the manner in which we
are “bringing them up.” If it is an upperclassman then he should
go back to the days of the “frosh bible.”
We are not a narrow group of men and women who cannot con
cede victory to the enemy without detailing a long list of alibis. If
the opposing team is superior, then to them should go the credit.
That does not mean that we are lacking in spirit; it merely means
that we are good sports, and that is a reputation which we have
held in the past and one which we must hold now.
Are we good sports? Or are we allowing the players on teams
which come here to go back to their respective colleges and uni
versities and declare that we can’t see beyond the end of our noses.
How about it?
Sixty Minutes of Music.
The sixty minutes of musical treat which the members Mu Phi
Epsilon presented to the campus at the assembly yesterday is de
serving of high tribute. Here was a musical program, void of all
semblance of jazz and ‘cymbals, and yet it drew the largest number
of students to old Villard that have been present at an assembly
this year. Which probably disproves the theory that some of our
critics have been expounding for several years, that college stu
dents do not appreciate a program of classical musical selections.
The women members of Mu Phi Epsilon who took part in the
program are artists and each number was enjoyed to the utmost b^
the students present. Let us hope that some of our other organiza
tions will take unto themselves a task similar to that of Mu Phi, and
that they will be able to acquit themselves us creditably. And above
all things, lets have a little more of the classical in our musical pro
grams i ml a little less of the “jazz.” Mu Phi Epsilon is showing the
What is your mentality! I» it me
dium, high or low! If you arc doubt
ful abuut it you had betted keep away
from tho Woman's building for the
physical education department has
found a way to teat it for you- Miss
Alden will tell you that authorities say ;
that the strength of the grip is directly j
conected with strength of character and i
mentality. High grip, high mentality; j
low grip, low mentality. As tho grip
of all freshmen and sophomores is re
corded on the department information
cards they are beginning to wonder if
these figures will effect their grades
the first of April.
The faculty women have a basket
ball team and they are anxious to show
the students what they eait do when
they meet them on their own ground.
Despite the fact that a short time ago
the Hendricks Hall team defeated them
by a score of but that isn t necessary
— they invite any team that wishes to
meet them to name the time and place.
The personnel on the team is Miss Alden
and Miss l’erkins, forwards; Miss Wins
low, jumping center; Miss Manchester,
running center; and Miss Waterman
and Miss Thompson, guards.
The Women's Athletic Association
will hold their first meeting of this
term Tuesday afternoon in the Wo
men's League rooms of the Woman's
building. The question of whether or
not the association will continue giv
ing awards such as canoe paddles, ten
uis rackets and sweaters for track and
walking will be discussed. The new
constitution baa been completed and
each member will be given a copy.
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The members of the gymnasium
classes perhai<« more than anyone eleo
are praying for warmer weather, es
peeially thoee who are consigned to the
outdoor gym. Jackets, scarfs, and
even fur coats have become a part of
the regulation attire
Mr. C. W. Wheeler, of Portland,
head of the Red Cross Life saving work
in Oregon will be on the campus Peb
ruarv -t, according to an announcement
from the physical education depart
mont. He has arranged to give a swim
ming and life saving demonstration iti
the Woman’s building.
NEW FRATERNITY SOUGHT
Six Girls Petition Sigma Delta Pi;
A local group of six girls is petition
ing for the honorary Sigma Delta Pi
fraternity. The group was organized
at the end of last term.
The chapter requires a high scholar
ship, but all of the girls have an aver
age of 11 so they expect to have their
petition granted soon. They received
a favorable reply from the Alpha chap
ter at the University of California be
The members of the organization
are: Klaine West, Helen lloefer. Mar
lan Gil!is, Emily Perry, Prances Mor
gan, and Helen Addieon, all of whom
are members of the J+panish club.
Notice* will be printed in thU coinme
for two issues only. Copy must be in the
office by 4:80 o'clock of the day on which
it is to be published and must be limited
to 26 words.
Congregational Young People—A social
hour for the young people, at which
refreshments will be served, will fol
low the 4:30 Sunday Vesper service
at the Congregational church. Stu
dents are especially invited.
Monday Book Club—Meeting at the
Woman’s building January 21 for
scholarship fund for girls. The pur
pose is to lend money to college girls,
Monday Book Club—The Monday Book
Club of Eugene will give a tea in the
Alumni room of the Woman’s build
ing Saturday, January 21.
Junior Class—Important meeting of
Junior class, Friday afternoon, 4
o’clock, in Villard hall to discuss
Junior Week-end proposition.
Filipino Club—All Filipinos meet in
Dean Straub’s classroom on Friday
evening of this week at 7:30.
Newman Club — Breakfast Sunday
morning in the Parish hall. All mem
bers asked to attend.
Foreign Students — Meeting at Mrs.
Donnelly’s home, Saturday, January
21, at 8 p. m.
MU PHI ASSEMBLY
(Continued from page one)
by “Mighty Oregon” and the concert
“Waltzing Doll” .Poldini
“Sault d’Amour" .Edward Elgar
Alberta Potter, Beulah Clark, Margaret
Phelps, Lora Teschner, Imogene Letch
2.—“Visi d’Arto” (Love and Music)
.From “La Tosca”
Imogene Letcher at the piano
3. —“Tarantella” .Squire
Annabelle Denn at the piano
4. —“Scherzo B flat Minor” .Chopin
5. —“Ballada” .Papina
Alberta Potter, Margaret Phelps
Imogene Letcher at the piano
“Shoogv-Shoo” (An Irish Swing)
“Ol’ Mammy Coon” .Lynes
Florence Garrett, Esther Wilson, Mil
dred Smith, Mrs A. C. Dixon, Marion
Linn, Eloise McPherson, Mrs. C. Whit
ten, Mrs. Wm. M. Case.
Mildred Brown at the piano
Students from the Philippine Islands
at the State College of Washington
have organized an association to foster
the spirit of co-operation, improve the
social, mental, and physical status of
Filipinos here, and to spread on the
campus a better understanding of their
NEWMAN CLUB TO BE HOST
Archbishop Christie Will be Guest
At Sunday Breakfast
Honoring Archbishop Christie, of Port
land, the Newman Club will give a
breakfast at 9 o ’clock Sunday morn
ing, at their club house. Under the
direction of Jack Hilary, president, a
program, which includes a solo by Ber
nice Altstock, and piano solos by Anna
belle Denn, and Mrs. W. Collins, has
been prepared for the occasion. An ad
dress by Archbishop Christie will also
be an important feature of the meeting.
About 80 members of the club, and
Dean Fox, will be present.
Bishop Christie, who is Archbishop
of the state of Oregon, will spend the
week-end as guest of the Newman Club
on this campus.
GRADUATE NOW IN SIDON
Paul Weidenheimer, Former Assistant
In English Department, Teaches
Paul Weidenheimer, last year a grad
uate assistant in the English depart
ment, is teaching in a missionary col
lege in Sidon, Asia Minor. It was at
first reported that he was teaching at
Bankok, but his last letter, which took
six months to reach Eugene, explains
the change. He is the only American
in the city, and complains that his stu
dents speak English only “after a
fashion.” He warns his friends not to
send him anything valuable in the mail
as the French open all the mail, and
sometimes play the gleaner.
Weidenheimer’s 175,000 word novel
“The Grey Boulder” has been accepted
for publication by the Knopf Publish
ing Company of New York.
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Baked beans a specialty.
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FRIDAY—SATURDAY, Jan. 20-21, 7:30
Preliminary game, Friday, Jan. 20.—
CHEMAWA vs. OREGON FROSH
General admission 50c, Reserved 75c
Tickets at Hausers’
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