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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 25, 1923)
Fritz Letter to Portray Great
Character in Macbeth Monday
1 1'itz Lr.ner, often hailed ;is Amen-i
eaV greatest Macbeth,” will arrive ini
Kugone, Monday afternoon at 'i o’clock,
from San Francisco, anil will be
brought directly to the campus in or- |
der that the members of the various
literary organizations, who arc es
pecially interested, may meet him be- |
fore his performance at the Ilcilig,;
Scores of University sturints stood)
in line, Saturday morning, in order i
to take advantage of the special stud-I
cut. rate, which was made with the
special consent of the great actor.
In his message to Manager McKee of
the downtown theatre, Mr. Leiber said:
“it is always my policy to favor stu
dents fur they are my best friends.”
< :iinj>uh Shakespeare enthusiasts con-I
filler the University particularly fortu-]
nate in obtaining Mr. Leiber as he is
playing only the larger cities of the.
coast, anil comes directly from a sen
sational triumph in New York.
Advance press information concern
ing the appearance of the much her
alded Shakespearean promises a large,
strong, supporting company and a num
ber of unusually good stage and light
Those who saw Walter Ilampden, ‘
last winter, are especially interesting
in the prospective appearance of Mr.
The local Sliakspeare club have con
tracted for all the boxes for Monday
WOMEN PLAYING JACKS
Strange Terms Heard in Sororities
Taking Up New Pastime
Such terms as “split jaek,” “overs,”
“double strieks” and “cart before the
horse” can be heard resounding through
the halls of some of the sorority houses
on the campus these spring days.
“What could it mean?” ask the un
it merely moans that simultaneously
with the formation of a pinochle club
among the men of the campus, the wo
men, not to bo outdone, have instituted
a jack-playing tournament, and many
of the fairer sex have already become
quite proficient at the art of throwing
If one has never learned the game
in childhood days; if one has never
spent hours at a time, throwing a small
rubber ball into the air and at the
same time, picking up a jack, or two
jacks, as tho case may be, then it is
high time to learn the intricacies of
this new pastime as it bids fair to be
come a formidable rival to dancing and
canoeing as a popular campus sport.
TUTENKHAMEN TOMB TO
* INFLUENCE FUTURE ART
(Continuer' from page one)
of Egypt. All its thought looked in
instead of out. Instead of expanding,
the country grew into itself and lost its
This spirituality was the cause of thq|
formality of Egyptian art and sculp
ture. All this work was religious. Tho
glorification of Amen, their god, was
its aim and for that reason it must have
an awe that could not be obtained by
impressionism such as ours. The fig
ures were stiffened and made rigid.
The professor pulled himself up from
his slouching position in the arm chair,
drew his knees together and folded his
arms to illustrate the usual posture of
the Egyptian statue.
During the conversation the artist
Minimum churns. 1 tmu\ -Be ; 11 tnnev
45c; 5 times, *1. Must l>e limited to 5
linos, over this limit. 5c per line. Phone
1151, or leave copy with Business office of
Emkrau’. in University Press. Payment
to advance. Office hours. 1 to 4 t>. m.
For Sale -Cheap-—White Lady's Ban
jo. See or t-all Paul Sayre, Friendly
hall, phone 841. 204-1 22-2o.
Room and Board -For two men stu
dents 907 Hilvard. Phone 797-L.
For Sale -A h.-mjo cheap. A Vega,
‘•white madie,” like new. See or rail
Paul Savre Friendlv Hull, phone 841.
Typing—Wanted to do at home bv
an experienced stenographer, bates
reasonable. Phone 1596 between 8:30
a. m. and 5 p. m. evenings, Springfield
Lost Will the person who took gab
erdino coat up at Woman’s building
Thursday afternoon in mistake for an
other please return it to H. It. Seiler
at 1309 Emerald St., or phone 196-L.
wandered through interesting stories
of Ikhnaton, the first great monotheist,
Tutenkhamon and other characters in
that'panorama of magnificnce. His
rambling talk was that not of a mere
painter, but of a student of history and
YOST PRONOUNCES COACH
Football Mentor not to be Bated by
Number of Team’s Victories
University of Michigan, Feb. 17.—
The ability of a man as a football coach
should not be measured by the num
ber of victories his team secures. This
is the opinion of Fielding II. Yost,
coach at the University of Michigan.
“Unlike other teachers in the Uni
versity, the success of a coach is meas
ured from year to year by the victories
his team wins over the opponents who
are striving just as hard for victory.
I f the students of any professor in a
college wre required to pass the same
test in competition with rivals from
other seats of learning, and the pro
fessors were ranked accordingly, there
would be a lot of them doomed to fail
RUSHING POLICY REVERSED
University of Wisconsin, Feb. 20.—
A complete reversal of the policy of
sorority rushing will be followed next
fall at University of Wisconsin, if pres
ent plans are approved by the faculty
and the various sororities involved.
Rushers will pay a part of the ex
penses, school work will not be im
paired, hasty decisions will not be
made, and men shall not be used to aid
in rushing, if the new plan is adopted.
Get the Classified Ad habit.
LIBRARY HAS NEW BOOKS
New Feature Is Bound Periodical List
Posted in Magazine Stacks
New books recently received at the
library include the following: “Foot
ball, How to Teach It,” by P. D.
Haughton; “The Waltz of the Dogs”
and “He Who Gets Slapped,” two plays
!>y Andreyevs; “The Heart of Little
Shikara,” by Edison Marshall; “The
O’Henry Memorial Prize Stories of
1921;” “Knave of Hearts,” by Symons;
Poems by J. C. Squires; “Rootabaga
Stories,” by Sandburg; “The Verge,”
by Glaspell; and “Americans’” by
Stuart P. Sherman.
A new feature in the library is the
alphabetical list of all bound periodic
als which has just been posted on the
end of one of the magazine stacks. This
list will be greatly appreciated by those
who have spent hours looking for per
iodicals only to find they are not in
the library. By glancing at the list
it may quickly be ascertained how
many years of back volumes are on
file without loss of time, as the years
are listed with the volumes.
LACK OF GYM CREDIT DENIES
DIPLOMA TO NINE LETTER MEN
A man who won nine “I’s” in ath
letics at the University of Iowa could
not graduate this semester because he
lacked a fraction of an hour in physical
CO-EDS SHOULD MARRY YOUNG
Girls should marry young, very young
—before they are 21 if possible, accord
ing to co-eds at the University of Wash
The girls say that marriage is like any
other venture and that you should start
tearly, so that if you don’t succeed you
can try, try again.
FRESHMAN IN STOCK
California Tech, Feb. 20.—One fresh
man was sentenced by the Court of Tra
ditions to spend three hours in the stocks
for flagrant violation of the freshman
rules, while two others escaped with men
ial tasks of sweeping the walk and re
moving an unsightly pile of iron bars
from the campus.
COLORED SORORITY GRANTED
A colored sorority, Alpha Kappa
Alpha, has granted a chapter to Indiana
university. The sorority was estab
lished at Howard university in 1912.
PROFESSOR SENT TO JAIL
A Yale graduate was so anxious to
do research work in criminal psyeh
pathologv that he stole an automobile
and got eight months in prison. Before
being freed, he revealed his identity
and said he had been sentenced to
Sing Sing, but was not able to do much
because he was not a prisoner and his
field was accordingly limited.
First show starts at 6, runs
Sunday, Feb. 25th
“A SAILOR-MADE MAN”
The greatest comedy feature
he ever made.
If you have seen it once,
see it again just for the hon
est to goodness laughter it
Pure Milk and Cream
MAID 0’CLOVER BUTTER
Dairy Phone 365 159 9th Ave.E.
GIRLS—New hats are arriving daily and we have a nice as
sortment of corsages, and flowers of all kinds. Remodeling
and orders given special attention. Don’t forget the place;
one and one-half blocks east of Willamette.
LEOCADE HAT SHOP 172 East Ninth
FOR LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES AND SLABWOOD
The BOOTH-KELLY LUMBER CO.
PEARL GREY DANCING PUMPS *
MADE TO MEASURE
$1.00 per Pair
JIM THE SHOE DOCTOR
Eugene Steam. Laundry
The place to get your laundering done when you want it done
right and with a snap.
PROFESSIONAL AND BUSINESS
0. R. Gullion, N. C. Nelson,
M. D. M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
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 302
Dr. R. M. Graves
Over Ye Towne Shop Phone 65
Dr. M. L,. Handshuh
Corns, callouses removed without
pain. No needles or acids used.
Just scientifically removed with
out pain. Bunions, fallen arches
—all other foot ailments positive
ly cured. Consultation free. 24
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.
Glen E. Morrow
938 Willamette—Room 1
Over J. C. Penney Store Tel. 302
MACK’S AUTO SUPPLY HOUSE
Auto Accessories and Batteries
Phone 256 Eighth and Olive
Phone 440 1042 Oak St.
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 66314 Willamette
Manicuring, Scalp and Face
Same Old Service in the Same
ANDERSEN FUEL COMPANY
39 East 7th
For more leisure— for less
work—for a brighter home
Cleans by air—alone.
Call us for a free demonstration.
Holiness . Divine Healing |
You Are Invited to Hear Evangelist Edding
Church of God Chapel
Salvation Third and Monroe Sts. Unity, Not Union
The American Ideal
Present Day Drifting
will be the sermon theme of the REV. FRANK FAY
EDDY at the UNITARIAN CHURCH SUNDAY
An inductive study rather than a discussion of
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The soloist at this service will be Miss Bernice
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"The Kittle Church of the Human Spirit” offers
you its hospitality.
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Morninpr Service starts at 10:45 o’clock.
And They Lived Happily—
Do you want to do that, too? Well, then come to THE RAINBOW
and have a fruit salad. One blended by our experts will surely
make you happy. First they take luscious sliced oranges, pine
apple and bananas and mix them with rich mayonnaise. Then
they put it on a crisp lettuce leaf and top it off with chopped nuts
and whipped cream. You will never taste anything better.