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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 23, 1923)
GIFTS ADD LINS
AID ART STUDENTS
Friends Respond to Appeal of
University for Help; 0. A. C.
Sends Student Drawings
When fire last August destroyed the
arts building, the normal arts depart
ment was left destitute of material.
This was the situation faced by facul
ty and students at the opening of the
first term in October, but thsy went to
work with what materials they could
find, make, or borrow. Gifts and loans
were made at the first of the year, and
are still coming in, which help to re
lieve the situation somewhat.
Gradually the gap left by the fire is
filling up. Friends from widely separ
ated cities are still responding to the
appeal of the University for help until
a sufficient quantity of material can
Miss Maude L. Kerns, head of the de
partment of normal arts, has announced
that four loans and eleven gifts have
been received recently. They are es
pecially welcome, since they supply a
particular need in that department.
Student Work Loaned
Prof. F. D. McClough of O. A. C. has
loaned a set of student drawings and
paintings consisting of about a dozen
water color still-life paintings, pencil
drawings, and landscape gardening de
signs. In all, there are about a dozen
mounted sheets in this collection. It
will be posted later in Professor
Sehroff’s office for exhibition.
A design folio was loaned by N. B.
Zane of Jefferson high school, Port
land. Miss Margaret Widmire of Eu
gene loaned a brass kettle and a tea
kettle for still-life painting. She has
also made gifts to this department ear
lier in the school year. An iron kettle,
also for still-life work, was loaned by
Mirs. Lucy Abrams, head resident of
Alpha Siguia sorority.
These loans are made until sufficient
reference material can again be collect
ed to carry on the work.
A gift from the Southern Branch,
University of California, Los Angeles,
consists of about three dozen sheets of
student work, practically covering the
art course of the Southern Branch.
Many Gifts Received
Mrs. Richard Wells of San Francisco
has given a book of European textiles.
Samples of textiles for pattern design
were received from Mrs. Martha Cham
bers, and textiles or lace were given
by Mrs. Emma Stevenson, both of Eu
gene. Mrs. P. L. Campbell presented
the department with samples of Pais
ley textile weaving and hand woven
A brass candlestick is tho gift of
Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Keiffer of tho
Anchorage, and a beanpot and old cop
ies of the Delineator, containing art
material, were received from Mrs. T.
B. Hendricks of Eugene. These gifts
are useful as still-life objects.
Two money gifts have been sent from
Seattle, Wash. Miss Clara P. Reynolds
supervisor of art in tho Seattle schools,
gave $5, and Miss Grace Donny, profes
sor of textiles in the home economics
department of the University of Wash
ington, also gave $5 toward replacing
some of the lost material.
For the time being, the normal arts
department is located in the Woman's
building, but will be moved into the
new arts building when that structure
PERSIAN TRAVELS TOPIC
Cosmopolitan Club Will Hear Talk from
Recent Traveller in Far East
Henry Dirkson, who spent three and
a half years travelling in Europe and
Asia, will relate some of his experiences !
in Persia at a meeting of the Cosmopol- [
itan club this evening at 7:110 in the j
Y. M. C. A. hut. Mr. Dirkson will talk
on “Rambling in Persia” and will at-j
tempt to tell the customs and ways of
living in that Mohammedan laud.
Eleanor llouk, an American Indian,
will give a recitation, and a representa
tive of Austria will give a violin solo.
The treasurer will make a report. All!
members are reminded "to bring their
term dues at this meeting.
OREGON TO MEET WASH.
(Continue*’ from page one")
hope ou the defensive work of "Craw
ford mid Bryan, their veteran guards,
and in the searing ability of Lewis, a
forward of last year’s teams. They
will be without the sendees of “llein-!
ie” Sielk, last year’s center. The
choice of the pivot man will probably
fall ou Chuck Frunkland, a sub from
last year, but Hesketh, from last year's
frosh, has been showing up well this
season and may get the call. The oth
er forward berth will probably be held
In l-’raync, who has been playing there
steady this season.
Oregon Lineup Stands 1
The Oregon combination which will
probably sta,. the Washington game
is the one whi, has worked so sueeess
fully this season. Although Latham
has been playing wonderful ball this
vear, he lias not been able to ring his
usual number of long shots. To offset
'his, however, Zimmerman seems to
have developed into a veritable “slick
er " at long shots.
The Varsity suffered soii 'what for
the victory over Idaho, tor most of the
team are suffering front injuries now,
the worst being that of Kuss Cowans,
who played the game after the muscles
in his left arm strained during the
Willamette tussle. Hunk Latham in
jured one of his feet, Don Zimmerman
strained a ligament in one of his legs,
and Schafer sprained a hand, leaving
Chappy the only one not on the hospital
None Seriously Injured
None of the injuries seem to be ser
ious enough to keep any of the regular
lineup out of the gamp, although they
probably will not be able to get their
regular workouts in preparation for the
Following are the comparative scores
of Oregon and Washington:
University of Washington
Total .154| Total .74
University of Oregon
Oregon .47jWhitman .27
Total .°138'| Total .90
GUILD PRESENTS COMEDY
(Continued from page one.)
Gran’ther Squeers.Claire Keeney
Zeke Loehr.Morris Bocock
Charley.Robert W. Seay
Addeliney Bowersox..Katherine Pinneo
Mart Whipple.Holmes Bugbee
PlorQtty Hammond.Mabel Gilliam
Lu Jones.Asteria Norton
Cassander Jones.Dorothy Hall
Ella Jones.Gwaldys Keeney
Mrs. Alex Hammond.Portia Kidwell
Noey Bixler.Wade Kerr
Mary Lq^hr.Winona Dyer
Wick Chapman.Joe Clark
Aunt Mary Wiggins.
John Wiggins, Sr.Edwin Keech
’Lizbeth Ann.Lorna Coolidge
Orphant Annie.Katherine Watson
Uncle Sidney.Clovd Blackburn
Mrs. James Craig-Porter..
Mr. James Porter.Darrell Larsen
Cedric Craig-Porter.Tom Crosthwaite
Alex Hammond.Virgil Mulkey
Suzanne Loehr-Pierson..Patricia Novlan
Arthur Bentley Hammond.
Mrs. William Loehr-Pierson.
SOCIAL EVENTS SCHEDULED
Order of O Football Men Plan Dances
for Winter Term
Several social events, chief of which
will be a dance given in honor of the
Order of the O football men, were plan
ned for the winter term by several
members of the football squad who met
Thursday afternoon in the men’s out
door gym. The group composed of a
number of football men who did not
succeed in making varsity letters, was
organized last fall with Moe Sax as
president. The organization was com
Tuxedos and Haircuts
Maybe you can borrow a “Tux” for the formal—
but you hadn’t better take any chances on borrowing a hair
cut—and if you want to look JUST RIGHT when you dash
out in a tuxedo you had better come to the—
Campus Barber Shop
HALF BLOCK WEST OF CO-OP
HEALTH IS YOURS
THE CHIROPRACTIC WAY
Thousands of sufferers who have failed to get relief any other
way are turning to Chiropractic, with wonderful results. Your
troubles are no worse than theirs.
The Progress of Chiropractic Merits Your Investigation.
All the Electrical Treatments given.
v DR. GEO. A. SIMON
Phone 355-J 916 Willamette St.
FOR LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES AND SLABWOOD
The BOOTH-KELLY LUMBER CO.
FOR YOUR ROOM —
A Weller pottery bowl or a pottery vase of unusual de
sign will brighten up a dull corner. WE DO PICTURE
WALL PAPER, PAINT AND ART STORE
922 Willamette St., Eugene
We guarantee our work.
TOLLMAN ° STUDIO
734 Willamette Phone 770
3oiled, muddy shoes? That’s where you lose, appearances
Here iu this chair I’ll put a glare upon them something swell,
[’ll also fix those yellow kicks and make them black as night!
No acids used, no shoes abused, with black I treat you white!
Each pair I shine is right in line with patent-leathers, pard!
Selected stock that none can knock, so keep this little card—
It points the way to the only kinds:
They are the Rightway Real.
PETER SARICOS GAM A(\ORASTARIvES
Rex Theatre Buliding_
pleted to promote a better spirit of
cooperation and friendship between the
Order of the O men and members of the
Committees appointed to make ar
rangements for the affair were: hall
and date, Bert Gooding and Stark Ak
ers; music, Jack Myers; refreshments,
Joe Ellis. It is planned to give the
dance on or about February 1 when an
open date can be secured from the so
Minimum charge, 1 time, 25c; 2 timet,
45c; 5 times, $1. Must be limited to 6
lines, over this limit, 6c per line. Phone
961, or leave copy with Business office of
Emerald, in University Press. Payment
In advance. Office hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
"Tor^^^^^ooms with sleeping porch
for girl students. Call at 720 E. 13th or
phone 147-R. * 149-J19-tf.
Found—Gold watch. Owner may
same by identifying and paying for
this ad. Inquire University health ser
vice. Phone 713. 162-J23.
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Lost—Gold wrist watch (Swiss). Val
uable as a gift. Finder please call 1317,
ask for Stella Van Vleet and receive
Booms for Men at 536-llth Ave. E.;
real home comforts; hot water, furnace
heat and Phone 177-K. Two in room
$8 each per month. 165-J23-24.
Lost—Crystal and engraved rim of
a small gold wrist watch. Call 204.
Lost—One Spanish comb set with red
stones, night of Willamette game, be
tween Armory and Castle theater. Call
Emerald office. 161-J21-23.
— made by the —
— for sale at —
It makes a pic
nic on lawn
-UNDER AUSPICES OF
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS
I -BOXING- |
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Mid-weight champ of
Mid-weight champ of
Tues., Jan. 23-Dreamland Hall
— STUDENTS WITH STUDENT TICKETS HALF PRICE —
CLEANING, PRESSING and REPAIRING
Special prices to Students
Hotel Osburn Cleaners
Phone 342 8th and Pearl
EVERY HOME SHOULD HAVE
When you build or remodel your home, come to the Willamette
Hardwood Floor Co., 693 Willamette street, or call 472-J,
and we would be only too glad to have you grant us an op
portunity to figure with you and give you an estimate, and we
will be glad to give you prices on finished floors or just the
No job is too large or too smalFfor us to handle. We refinish
old floors, furnish, lay and finish hardwood floors in old and
We have several electrically-driven sanding machines and ex
perienced men operating them.
We sell Hardwood Flooring—Oak, Maple, Birch
and Beach—in all grades.
We have had twenty years’ experience in the floor business,
and will guarantee a first class job.
WILLAMETTE HARDWOOD FLOOR CO.
R. A. DE LANO, Mafiager
693 WILLAMETTE STREET PHONE 472-J
“A Fool There Was”
o 0 . ° .
And when he came to college, he thought he knew a
lot—he didn’t, but he soon learned that wisdom lay
in following the crowd to the Peter Pan where those
delectable minced chicken sandwiches, or minced
ham and sweet pickle sandwiches, with a delicious
cup of hot chocolate heaped with whipped cream
The Peter Pan
WALT HUMMELL, Prop.
E. A. C. S.
The Raggedy Man
BY FERGUS REDDIE
-SEAT SALE TODAY