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Oregon Daily Emerald
Member Pacific Intercollegiate Press Association__
Official publication of the Associated Student* of the University of Oregon, issued da,ly
except Sunday and Monday, during the college year. ____
New* Editor .Kenneth Yonel Associate New* Editor . ..Wiiford Allen
Daily News Editors
Marsaret Scott Roth Austin
Arthur Rudd Wanna McKinney
Sports Editor _— Edwin Hoyt
Sports Writers—Kenneth Cooper, Harold
Shirley, Edwin Fraser.
Earle Voorhie. George H. Godfrey
Fred MicheUon Dan Lyon.
New. Service Editor _ Alfred Ericlmon
Radio Service Edlter-Don Woodward
Exchange._ Eunice Zimmerman
Special Writer*—John Dierdorff, Ernest J. Haycox.
Society Writer*—Catherine Spall, Mildred Burke.
New* Staff—Nancy WUaon. Mabel Oilham. Owen Callaway, Florin* Packard, Madaione
Logan, Florence Cartwright. Helen King. John Piper, Herbert Larson, Margaret Power*.
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Far Better Than Indifference
Professor H. A. Yeomans, retiring dean of Harvard College, re
cently expVessed the opinion that the college student of today has
shown a marked improvement over the student of 25 years ago. He
can sec much good now being accomplished among the students who
attend college by the installation of original processes of thinking
“The student does and says things that his elders, including the
Dean, does not always approve, but he is in earnest,” declares Dean
Yeomans. “He criticizes the faculty and especially the officers of
the administration, sometimes with reason, sometimes without; but
criticism, even if it he always unreasonable, is better than indiffer
The assertion is a tribute to free thinking students, who take the
liberty to criticize at will, knowing full well that all men are human.
In most universities and colleges where the faculties and adminis
trative officers are seeking to develop the minds and offer a liberal
education to the fullest extent, students are allowed these privileges.
Yet, at the present time, the institutions of higher education are
undergoing the most severe gruelling from those on the outside, who
The far-seeing have prophesied wisely, for uncensored thinking
is one of the first qualities sought for in the college man or woman.
The faculty and administrative officers who allow students to think
out their own problems are to be commended. Likewise they are to
be commended for withholding the mailed fist where there is no
call for it.
The Smoke of Battle
A nows account from the University of Southern California makes
it known with pride that the institution is “the first great university
to open its doors to the No Tobacco League; also the first to offer a
scholarship for the winning oration on the subject of ‘Tobacco’!”
Tobacco manufacturers have doubtless already begun to quake in
Tobacco constitutes surely and admittedly one of the petty viees
of present day civilization and the Trojan school, which harbors over
4000 students in the heart of Los Angeles, is indeed to be commended
for its action in taking into its hands a great club to drive the scourge
from our midst. Doubtless the next few months at IT. S. C. will be
fraught with anti nicotine discussions, the air will be filled with the
smoke of battle against the smoker; cigarettes will be abhorred;
pipes will he lit hut surreptitiously; cigars will remain in vest pock
ets; and the good old chewin’ will have to go—for it is conspicuous.
After years of it Southern California will be expected to turn out
great scholars, unbeatable athletic teams, while others labor along
under the curse of the wicked weed.
Hut tin* Trojans’ move may moan great tilings. The Emerald
supposes that the rest of us “us" being the other benighted insti
tutions on tin* eoast will be solieited to join the league. A “No
Tobaceo" booth may even be installed in front of the library where
money which might otherwise be spent for “humps’’ will be con
tributed to aid in the great and glorious fight. And when the No
Tobacco league is well on its feet we will organize a No ltobbed Hair
league a No Rolled Socks association, and some day we may arrange
a lecture date for Anthony Comstock’s successor (whoever he may
be) and we’ll pack Villard as we would have done in the benighted
days for Vacliel Lindsay, who smokes a pipe, all to hear Brother
doom s famed oration on “Our Decadent Literature’’ or “The Taint
Speaking of orations Southern California offers a scholarship
for the best invective against the weed. An excellent way to attract
students (we cry aloud with enthusiasm), one that was overlooked
even in the recent Junior week-end discussion. We might even
propose ie question for all coast debate.
Anyway, “Vive the No Tobacco League!”
PADDOCK TO LEAD TROJANS
University of Southern California,
l.oa Angeles. March , I'.l \ S.)
Charles Paddock, famous Trojan sprint
or, has been elected captain of Dean
Crowell's l!tL’- Cardinal and Gold track
team. “Charlie” is registered at the
law college and is working out at l’ad
dock Field at Pasadena most of the
O A C. HAS TOY TRAINS
Oregon Agricultural College, I'orvul
Us. March tv ^l‘. 1. N S.' v minis
turc railroad system, with bridges, tun
ncls. and approximately 100 miles of
track, will be shown as one of the ex
hibits of the civil engineering depart
meat at the engineering show at O. A,
0. March 31,
Notices will be printed in this column
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.
Philosophy Club—Meeting Wednesday
evening at 7:30 in the men’s room
of the Woman’s building. Dr. Cros
land will report on Holt’s Theories of
Consciousness and their connection
with the new realistic movement.
Graduate Club—Meeting for dinner at
The Anchorage Wednesday evening
at 6 o’clock. Dinner at 50 cents a
plate. Dr. Wheeler will report on
the most recent development in the
realm of psychology. Meeting very
Hawthorne Club — Meeting Thursday
night, 7:30, Woman’s building.
Thomas Cutsforth speaks on “The
Alleged Sixth Sense in Relation to
Problems of Touch.”
Members of the T. W. C. A. Cabinet
and Finance Committee—Meeting at
the bungalow at 5 o ’clock today to
confer wth Miss Gladys Taylor, Y.
W. secretary from O. A. C.
French Club—Meeting at 7:15 Wednes
day at the Y. W. C. A. bungalow. All
persons interested in French are in
vited to attend.
Officers of the Student Body and Mem
bers of the Student Council will be
entertained at dinner by Susan Camp
bell hall girls, Thursday evening.
Church Cooperation Committee of Y. M.
C. A.—Denominational chairman, and
Bible class managers, meet at 4 p.
m. today at the bungalow.
Spanish Club—Special meeting this
evening at 7:15 at the Y. W. C. A.
bungalow. Program. Members urged
Zeta Kappa Psi—Luncheon at the .An
chorage Wednesday at 12:15. All
members urged to attend.
Freshman Girls—Don’t forget March
17 is the last date for the payment of
your student friendship money.
Freshmen Baseball—All freshmen out
for baseball, meet Coach at 4:00 this
afternoon on Cemetery ridge diamond.
French Club—Meeting of Le Foyer
Francois tonight at Y. W. C. A. 7:30
o’clock, visitors invited. *»j
Dial—Meeting Thursday evening at
7:30 in the Women’s building.
OFFICE FORCE CHANGED
Lacey Leonard Leaves for Washington;
Two Added to Registrar’s Help
Recent changes in the personnel of
the office force in the registrar's of
fice includes the adition of Margaret
FitzSimmons who is taking over the
work formerly handled by Lacey Leon
ard. Miss Leonard left the office at
the first of the month to take up a
position in a lumber office in Hoquium,
Miss Leta Sabin, who graduated from
the University of Idaho last .Tune, has
been added to the force within the last
month. Miss Sabin will take charge
of the books.
Um the Classified Ad for your wants.
Incoming Classes Have Grown
too Large for House
The annual frosh smoker which is
usually held by the Kappa Sigma house
is to be discontinued this year for
various reasons, chief among which is
the fact that the incoming classes have
grown to such an extent that there
would not be room for all. The house
decided that to invite only certain
groups would be rank discrimination, so
the only way out seemed to be the drop
ping of the custom.
The smoker heretofore has been one
of the big events in the life of the
freshmen, and was continued as long
as possible, but last year the crowd
was much too large to be accomodated
with the best results, and it was seen
that something different would have
to be tried if the incoming classes kept
on growing in numbers. This year the
number of first year men registered
was so great that the only way out
was to drop the smoker. The faculty
also have been reluctant in giving their
consent the last two or three years for
the reason that they did not believe in
too many functions of this sort during
The all University smoker which is
held the same night that the women
have their April frolic will now be the
biggest event of that nature during the
GRAPH GIVES ENROLLMENT
Curve Carries Idea of Number of Stu
dents for Years Since 1902
The increase in registration at the
University during the last few years
is shown very clearly in the graph
that lias just boon completed by Miss
Gertrude Stephenson, chief clerk in the
Read the Classified Ad column.
vored chewing gum
mouth,” leaving /
center to aid
brighten teeth \
and soothe \
mouth and throat.
The Eugene Packing Company
We Patronize Home Industries.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Phone 38 675 Willamette St.
Successors to the Wing Market
Full Line of Groceries and Cooked Foods at All Times
Ilot.... Chicken.. Tomnles
Individual Chicken Pies
Raked beans a specialty.
COME IN AND SEE THEM ALL
LISTEN TO THIS!
Oregon Products Are Best!
Our Products are among the Best of
Now you know the worth of our goods.
Our prices are exceedingly reasonable.
See the Oregon Products Show which ends March 11th.
It is at the Hampton Building
57 9th Ave. E.
Buy Oregon Products
This week is the one to show what you
think of the State of Oregon. It is your
chance, your privilege; support it! Help to
Are Synonymous with
Purchase of Oregon Products.
See Our Display of
JANTZEN BATHING SUITS
Oregon Products Show
March 11 is the last day!
Green Merrell Co. |
“One of Eugene’s Best Stores” ,
Men’s Patent Calf Dancing
Pumps, Goodyear Welt. . .
97 W. 8th St.
F. C. Pursley
HIKES — PICNICS — CANOEING
Remember Them with Pictures
Ac>1 KODAK FINISHING
. Keaa high grade
is what we are striving to make
It is the logical and most attractive
place to stage your formal.
Be Sure to Visit Our
Oregon Products Booth
All women may register and on last day
everything on display will be given away to
women who are registered.
And Remember, March 11 is the Last Day!
DEMAND OREGON PRODUCTS!
Ask about Oregon Beans, the kind we sold
the University one hundred and fifty cases of.
The Store of Oregon Products!
Table Supply Co.