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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1923)
KAPPA THETII CHI WILL
GET CHARTER TONIGHT
National Officers anti Others
Arrive on Campus Today
Formal installation of a chapter of
Phi Kappa Psi on the University cam
pus will take place this evening in the
Odd Fellows hall when present mem
bers and alumni of Kappa Theta Chi
will be initiated into Phi Kappa Psi
fraternity. Thirty-five present house
members and nineteen alumni will be
made members of the national frater
National officers of the fraternity
will arrive today, as well as other Phi
Psi’s from California, Stanford and
Washington. The Portland Phi Psi
alumni association headed by Dr. Will
iam Wallace Youngson will have charge
of the installation and all other details
of the affair. Fifteen members of the
University of Washington chapter will
arrive today. Reservations have been
made for approximately one hundred
and fifty visitors. The local chapter
will be known as Oregon Alpha.
Saturday morning the visiting offi
cials will visit the local fraternity Ome
ga Upsilon at O. A. C. This fraternity
is petitioning Phi Kappa Psi. In the
afternoon a reception will be held for
the officers of the fraternity at the
Woman’s building. Nearly three hun
dred invitations have been sent out to
members of the faculty, townspeople
and members of the living organiza
A banquet at the Osburn hotel in
the evening will conclude the formal
events of the installation.
TWO HALLS tAKE LEAD
IN DO-NUT SWIMMING
Susan Campbell and Hendricks Win
from Theta and Oregon Club
in Yesterday’s Meet
Susan Campbell and Hendricks halls
took the loads in the do-nut swimming
meets last night, winning by large
scores. The Theta team scored 22
points against tho Susan Campbell
score of 46. Hendricks hull made 43
points and Oregon club, opposing tho
latter was credited with 24. Maude
Schroeder, Susan Campbell, and Mur
iel Meyers, Hendricks, tied for honor
for high point swimmers, each earning
15 points. Anna PeWitt, Hendricks,
took second place in last night’s meets
with 11 points.
The swimmers composing the teams
Susan Campbell—M. Schroeder, Flor
ence Baker, Grace Caviness, Frances
Simpson, Chris Heckman, Bee Fish,
Theta—Betty Garrett, Marion Hill,
Adrienne Hazard, Marion Linn, Mar
jorie Hazard, Henryetta Lawrence.
Hendricks Hall—Muriel Meyers, Ai -
na DoWitt, Harriet Voazie, Yon Smith,
Augusta PeWitt, Laverne Spitzenberg
Oregon Club—Kitty Sartain, Violet
Heed, Emily Houston, Marion Hayes.
U. H. S. TO PLAY ALBANY
Homo Team Leads Championship Race;
Eugene High Tosses Saturday Night
The University high school basket
ball team is scheduled to play the Al
bany high school in tho men's gym
at 7:30 Saturday night. The Univer
sity high school tossers lead tho race
for the championship of the district
which includes Linn, Lane, and Benton
counties, with no defeats chalked
against them. Tho Albany team has
been defeated by Eugene high school,
but has won two games from Corvallis
and has won the championship of Linn
Tonight the Eugene high hoopers will
play the Albany team on the Eugene
high school floor.
CHILD PROBLEMS STUDIED
School of Education Establishes Bureau
for Use of Parents
The staff of the department of edu
cational psychology has established,
through the school of education, a psy
chological and educational bureau for
Minimum charae, 1 time, 23c ; 2 timca.
4ftc ; ft times, ft!. Must be limited to 6
linen, over this limit, Be per tine. Phone
SM. or leave copy with Bueinens office of
Kmkkai.d, in University Press. Payment
In advance. Office hours, I to I p. m.
For Rout—Room for girls at 1315
13th Ave. E. Phone 1005-L. 163J25-tf.
For Rout—A desirable room, furnace
heated, near the campus, for 1 or 3 col
lege women. 137 loth Ave. E. Phone
For Rent Small furnished cottage,
two blocks from the University, ideal
for students. Cull afternoons. 1 -nil E.
14th St. 193 Flo 17,
Typing -Wanted to do at home by
an experienced stenographer. Rates
reasonable. Phone 396 between 8:30
a. m. and 5 p. m. Evenings Springfield
Lost- One Brunke’s trig, one Hunt
iugtou’s tables, one French primer, left
in M.ss Cornier's room, Oregon Bldg.
Please return to Felix Ramsey, 907 Mil
yard. Phone 793-1,. 194-P16.
i the consideration of child problems. The
! department has set aside Mondays and
Wednesdays from 2 to 4 to be at the
service of parents who desire to consult
i with members of the staff on child
| problems. The department is also pre
j part'd to give suggestions, and reading
! lists to parents on child topics.
The plan is to place the bureau at
the services of teachers who desire psy
j chological tests for children, or who
'•are to consult with the staff.
All examinations will be made free,
j The bureau is also making arrange
ments for consultation service with the
j other allied departments.
WILL ARRIVE SUNDAY
Merchants’ Three-Day Convention Will
Be Supervised by Faculty of School
of Business Administration
Tlie Portland delegation to the State
Retail Merchants association will ar
rive in Eugene at 4:30 Sunday after
noon on a special train which has been
provided them. Registration of all del
egates will be carried on at the Eugene
chamber of commerce Sunday. This
part of the work is being done by the
association and not by the school of
Beginning Monday the merchants
will attend classes conducted for their
benefit by members of the school of
business administration faculty. The
convention will be in session for three
days. There will be no division of the
convention into groups for the various
classes but all will attend in a body.
The work has been divided into half
day periods with two classes scheduled
for each period.
Seniors will have charge of a number
of the classes in the school of business
administration in order to give faculty
members the opoprtunity of devoting
their time to the convention.
CONTEST DATE EXTENDED
Entries in Edison Marshall Competi
tion Due March 1
In order to give the campus writers
who started late, or have been delayed
in their writing on account of illness,
the opportunity of competing in the
Edison Marshall short story contest
Professor W. F. G. Thacher has extend
ed the time of closing the contest from
February 15 to March 1.
The first prize for the best story in
this contest is thirty dollars, the second
prize has been raise! by Mr. Marshall
this year to fifteen dollars and the third
prize is an autographed copy of Mar
shall’s latest book.
“GARRISON’S FINISH,” CASTLE
One interesting “set” in “Garrison’s
Finish,” showing at the Castle, is a
complete home,exterior and interior,
which was built on the closed stage of
(lie Pickford-Fairbanks Studios. Sur-1
rounding this neat structure was a fine
verdant lawn through ’ which winds
white gravel pathways. All were com
pletely finished and furnished and much
of the action takes place in these.
In order to round out the continuity,
an exact replica of the judges’ stand
of a prominent eastern race-track was
built on the lot.
FROSH LOSE TO SENIORS
IN CLASS BASKETBALL
Upperclassman Scoring Machine Too
Strong for Freshman Guards;
Score Ends 32 to 4
The senior firsts were winners in the
interclass game with the freshman firsts
last night and walloped the latter 32 to
4 in a hard fought game. Winona Dyer
and Pearl Lewis worked in good com
bination as guards against the fresh
man forwards in keeping the ball going
toward the senior court. The freshmen
put up a steady fight against their op
ponents, but the senior team work prov
ed too great for their strength.
The freshman firsts were the winners
in Wednesday’s tilt, overcoming the
sophomore seconds in a hard and close
battle which resulted in the score of 18
The line-up for last night’s game was
Senior 1 Frosh 1
M. Flegel.C.H. Chase
W. Chattin.SC.J. Wood
P. Lewis.G.R. MacGregor
W. Dyer.G.M. Onslow
II. McCormick.F.B. Alexander
C. Howells.F.A. Langmack
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FRIDAY and SATURDAY
Our sale closes Saturday night.
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sjha largest selling Quality
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PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS
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M. D. M. D.
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1. 0. 0. F. Temple Phone 133
Dr. L. E. George
Room 7, First Nat’l Bank Bldg.
Dr. J. D. Tye
561 Willamette Phone 1065
Dr. A. F. Kirshman
623 Willamette 1577-J
Dr. L. Bogan
EXTRACTION and X RAY
938 Willamette Phone 36
Dr. R. M. Graves
Over Ye Towne Shop Phone 65
Dr. M. L. Handshuh
Corns, callouses removed without
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Just scientifically removed with
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E. 6th St. Phone 1530-R.
DR, M. ASHTON
Chiropractic Physician and
861 Willamette Phone 860
Opposite Heilig Theatre
OVERLAND, WILLYS KNIGHT
Tires,- Tubes and Accessories
WEST & SONS MOTOR CO.
Phone 592 Ninth and Pearl Sts.
Reasonable Rates Phone 377
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
CITY AND COUNTRY DRIVES
H. REBMEN 62 West Eighth
MACK’S AUTO SUPPLY HOUSE
Auto Accessories and Batteries
Phone 256 Eighth and Olive
Phone 440 1042 Oak
A. S. Myers
Radio Supplies—Exide Batteries
822 Park Street Phone 330
SHAFFER BEAUTY SHOPPE
Mrs. Rachel A. Blake, Prop.
Phone 888 774 Willamette
Phone 1009 6631/2 Willamette
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