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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1923)
TO VIE MARCH U
Varsity Team May Compete in
Interfraternity Event at
Tlie intramural swimming meet will
follow close upon the finish of the do
nut wrestling tournament. The inter
fraternity meet is scheduled for Satur
day afternoon, March 24 at the Wo
Information blanks have been sent to
all the men’s houses and living organi
zations, and in a few days these will
be followed by registration blanks.
Gerald Barnes, who is in charge of the
meet, urges that all houses get lined
up at the office as soon as they get
their blanks. “Each house should have
a man in charge of the swimming
team,” says Coach Barnes, “and he
should try out all material before put
ting a name on the entry blank. The
pool in the men's gymnasium can be
reserved for practice by applying at the
A list of the maximum times for
each event will bo posted in the pool
and on the bulletin board in the men’s
gym. If the men cannot get under
that time in their event they will not
have even a chance for fourth place,
according to Barnes.
Since swimming is not recognized in
the University, the varsity swimmers
will be allowed to compete and this
will make the meet a fast one. Coach
ing can be had at the men’s pool any
time during the day and next week
from 7 to 9 in the evening. There
will be sufficient time for the house
captains to get the teams organized and
for all material to be tried out.
The events with their maximum time
are as follows:
160 yard relay—1 minute, 50 seconds.
40 yard dash—23 seconds.
100 yard breast-stroke—2 minutes..
220 yard swim—4 minutes.
60 yard back-stroke—1 minute 5 sec
Fancy diving will not depend on the
time but it is urged that the house
captains consult with Barnes about
Last year the meet was won by Ore
gon club with 24 points. In second
place came Kappa Theta Chi, now Phi
Kappa Psi, witli 14 points and Kappa
Sigma with 12 points. The moot last
year was the first one put on by the
department and much interest was
shown. Many of last year’s point win
ners will be back and with the varsity
and freshman men in the meet it prom
ises to bo both fast and close. Several
now men have developed on the swim
ming teams this year making it hard
to place the dope on any one house.
However, strong teams are expected
from Phi Kappa Psi, Oregon club, Sig
ma Chi, Kappa Sigma and Phi Sigma
“This is the onl ydo-nut sport that
varsity men can enter,” says Coach
Barnes, “and every liouso should un
derstand that varsity swimmers are not
CHAMPIONS TO PLAY HERE
Greenleaf and Byers Will Exhibit Skill
at Mascot Parlors
fcl. Ralph (ireenloaf of Chicago, pock
et billiard champion of the world, and
Clayton Byers of San Francisco, pocket
billiard champion of the Pacific const,
will appear in matches and exhibitions
tplaying in the Mascot billiard parlors,
.Friday, March 16.
Matches will be held at 4 o’clock
an the afternoon and at 8 in the eve
uing. Following the matches each
player will display his skill with the
ivory spheres in exhibition shooting.
The Mascot billiard parlors are located
next to the lleilig theater on Willam
JINKS PROGRAM CHOSEN
Tlit' program for the Hendricks high
school jinks 10 l>o hold Friday evening
was announced yesterday by Fred Chess,
manager of the affair. The schedule
of events will be as follows:
First stunt, seniors, Miss Kinsey and
Miss Taylor coaches, “The Trvsting
place.” Second stunt, sophomores. Mr.
Hill and Miss Blais coaches, “The Evo
lution of High Hehoo 1 Amusements.”
Third stunt, dramatic club, Mr. Mason,
coach, “Where's My Coat?” Fourth
stunt, Mrs. Nash, coach, “Songs and
An intermission of “5 minutes for
sale of ice cream will take place after
which will occur the fifth stunt. Miss
Anderson and Mr. Christenson, coach
es, “Quaker Diet*, Quaker Vice.” The
sixth stunt will be: “Eugene Debating
Society,” Mr. McGinnis, coach. " Un
solved that the seventh period shall be
excommunicated." The seventh stunt
Mrs. Keeney and Mr. Mason, coaches,
Many Features at Rex
A notable addition today and Sat
urday to the current two feature pro
gram presented at the Rex, is the se
cond round, “The Knight in Gale,” of
IT. C. Wit war's famous Collier’s Week
ly stories, “Fighting Blood”, a series
of twelve complete features, one of
which is shown every other Friday and
Saturday at that theatre.
Charles Chaplin in his new four reel
er, “'Hie Pilgrim.’* already acclaimed
the only rival of "The Kid,” is the
top notch feature of this Rex bill, while
Ruth Boland in “The lmg Jam,” the
first of “The Timber Queen," is the
third member of this all star trio to
be shown today aud tomorrow.
PLANS COMPLETE FOR
. NEWSPAPER SESSION
Editor Lauds Oregon School of Jour
nalism in Article in Pro
Plans for the annual Oregon news
paper conference which is to meet in
Eugene on March 22, 23 and 24, have
been practically completed, says Dean
Eric Allen of the school of journalism.
Elbert Bede, president of the Editor
ial association, in a letter to Dean Al
len states that there is every reason
, to count on the largest crowd in the
| history of the association. This is to
1 be the fifth annual session.
Bede, who is editor of the Cottage
Grove Sentinel, has an article in the
current number of “The Washington
j Newspaper,” a publication dedicated to
the study and improvement of journal
ism in Washington, in which he pays
special tribute to the journalism depart
ment of the University of Oregon, and
to the instructors, Dean Allen, Profes
sor Turnbull and Colin V. Dyment.
“In Oregon,” he writes, “the jour
nalism school at the state University
has taken a deep interest in editorial
affairs. Cooperation between the Ore
gon State Editorial association and the
| University of Oregon journalism depart
iment hag been most profitable to both.”
“The spirit displayed by each side,”
he continues, “has been that of help
fulness to the other, and both have
grown in influence and popularity dur
ing the time that there has been such
cooperation, which period extends back
to the very inception of the depart
ment. To my knowledge the heads of
this department have been guided in
their actions by the advice of practical
newspapermen of the state, who have
never attended a journalism school and
some of whom have never so much as
graduated from a high school. On the
other hand, these same newspapermen,
in my opinion, have greatly benefitted
by what they have learned through the
efforts of the journalism department,
and by being able to employ its grad
I uates, many of whom are already mak
I ing their marks in the newspaper and
PUNCH OFFICE RENOVATED
Order Is Established, Curtains and
Pictures Are Added
Tliq Lemon Punch office has put on
such a changed appearance in the past
few weeks, according to visitors, that
it is hardly recognizable as the staid,
business-like place it used to be.
Reason?—Feminine hands have been
at work cleaning up and renovating
and making the old office a respectable
establishment. Curtains of burlap now
bang at the windows, pictures of all
descriptions adorn the walls, desks and
tables are neatly piled with papers,
magazines and books in stacks, and
the floor is swept clean of all cigar
ette stubs and unfinished manuscripts.
CAMPUS PICTURES TAKEN
John L. Rogue, pastor of the Method
ist church of The Dalles, was on the
campus yesterday. Mj. Bogue, a tal
ented amateur photographer, spent
some time photographing the buildings
and beauty spots on the campus. When
these are printed they will be sent to
Mr. Ralph Casey, of the school of jour- j
DEAN STRAUB WILL TALK
Dean John Straub left last night for j
Portland and other northern points, |
where ho will give talks on the
value of education before various
groups of high school students. Forest
drove, Beaverton, and Hillsboro high
schools are among the places listed for
the dean to speak.
Minimum charge, 1 time, 25c ; 2 time*.
45c; 6 times, $1. Must be limited to 6
lines, over this limit, 5c per line. Phone
°'l or leave copy with Business office of
Emkrald, in University Press. Payment
in advance. Office hours, l to 4 p. m.
Students’ manuscripts typewritten.
Any kind ot’ typewriting work accurate
ly done. Charges reasonable. Address
1000 Columbia fc't. Phone 1304-J.
Lost - Three weeks ago in Villard,
black leather notebook containing eco
nomics, Shakespeare, American history
and short story notse. Finder please
return to Ethel Johnson, Hendricks
We have purchased 122,000 pair
1'. S. Army Munson last shoes,
sizes 5>o to 12, which was the en
tire surplus stock of one of the
largest IT. S. Government shoe
This shoe is guaranteed one
hundred percent solid leather,,
color dark tan, bellows tongue,!
dirt and waterproof. The actual
value of this shoe is $6.00. Owing
to this tremendous buy we can
offer same to the public at $2.95.
Send correct size. Pay postman
on delivery or send money order.
If shoes are not as represented,
we will cheerfully refund your
money promptly upon request.
NATIONAL BAY STATE
296 Broadway, New York, N. Y.
0. A. C, FACULTY WOMEN
WIN FROM UNIVERSITY
Physical Education Staffs Vie
in Hard-Fought Game
The staff of the women’s physical
education department of O. A. C. crush
ed the University women’s staff 56 to
11 last night in a hard but well fought
basketball battle in the Woman’s build
ing. Considerable excitement prevailed
during the game in the rooting section.
The visitors showed good team work
and were consistent gainers over their
opponents. Helen Moore and Mrs. O.
M. IIenni3 worked well in combination
as centers and kept the bail going in
the direction of the O. A. C. court much
of the time. Ruth Thayer, forward for
the O. A. C. tossers did good work and
was responsible for 34 of the 56 points
annexed by her team. The Oregon team
played a steady and fast games but
were easily outclassed by their oppon
ents. Dr. Bertha Stuart, guard for the
home team was continually on the job
tracking her speedy opponent. The last
quarter Oregon fought hard to score,
but was unsuccessful in dropping any
Following the game last night, the
Oregon staff entertained the O. A. C.
team in the Woman’s building where
refreshments were served.
The line-up was as follows:
O. A. C. Oregon
L. Rankin.G.D. McKee
R. Hjertaas.G.„.B. Stuart
H. Moore.C.L. Stupp
Mrs. O. M. Hennis..SC.F. Alden
Mrs. R. Rutherford..F.E. Waterman
R. Thayer.F.C. Cannon
AUTHOR GETS NOBEL PRIZE
Of special interest, due to the forth
coming production of “La Malquerida”
at Guild theater on March 22, 23 and
24, is the recent announcement that the
Swedish Academy has awarded the No
bel prize- in literature for 1922 to
Jacinto Benavente. “La Malquerida”
(The Passion Flower) is Benavente’s
masterpiece. The award serves to em
phasize the fact that Benavente is
essentially a modern and it further acts
as a guide in the placing of the Spanish
author as one of the foremost drama
tists of his time. The award further
indicates that Benavente’s contribution
to literature has been not only to his
contemporaries, but for all time.
STUDENT TAKES EXAM
Aubrey S. Tussing, a major in the
school of law, is in Portland* taking
the state bar examination which be
gan yesterday and ends today. This
is a special examination, the regular :
examination being sometime in July.
SIGMA NU MAY BUILD
Sigma Nu fraternity has obtained an
option on a tract of ground next to the
Kappa Sigma fraternity. The site will
probably be used for a new building if
the deal, now pending, is completed.
Get the Classified Ad habit.
THELMA, AGAIN WE
N's wife entertained your
husband again last night!
Don't close your eyes to
the impending crash!
On your feet !
Put a stop to this affair
TOMORROW WE PUB
LISH THE TRUTH!
'Bring Your Colleen’
• just one
r losing forty
/ith ev\ry word
bought we were all through with
ibject, Gale," ihe says in kind of
surprise “Ydu arc well started
>isness career, a member of the
of Trade, youi theatre is making
l a minute. Judy." 1 butt in "The
• is making money all right, but
he profits is divided between me
ale and Kavo Kelly, why. none
rets enough lo go »ij<>il>oul
ith a stunt M
.unmen and the like fre r
.uke the places of the strikers i .
the wages the old hands
Then the fun began!
I AM buzzing along the State
neat the carpet factory In ns
with Judy when we hear a yellln
shouting like I've often heard at a
side when a fellow is getting kn
stiff The next minute we swing a
a bend and I got to jam on the emeu
brake to keep from running II
howling, lining mob which^ cornel
• of t-%. -mj
ere \»h a abou.
dag down exposes." It was
obbligato which ran. think 2
g of his thick black hd
m«D ought U> dr«M for d
In addition to
His new 4-reeler
Have You Tried Our
35c Hair Cuts?
You will like them.
(Central Stage Terminal)
Eugene High School Annual
High School Gym
Tonight, March 16th
Curtain at 8 P. M.
YOU’LL BE THERE
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. Kinhman
623 Willamette 1577-J
Dr. L. Bogan
EXTRACTION a nd X RAT j
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 scientificallv removed with
out pain. Bunions, fallen arches
—all other foot ailments positive
ly cured. Consultation free. 24
E. 6th St. Phone 1530-R.
Same Old Service in the Same
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 6631/2 Willamette
Manicuring, Scalp and Face
“It is well to see
what you see well”
AND SEE BETTER
Sherman W. Moody
EYE SIGHT SPECIALIST
Wholesale and retail
881 Willamette St. Eugene, Ore.
Mascot Billiard Hall
Next to Heilig Theatre
TODAY, MARCH 16
4 and 8 P. M.
27 Ninth Ave. East, Eugene
The White Lunch
R. C. ELLMAKER, Prop.
Try Our Waffles
Open All Night
Fine food and quick service at
prices that please.
by efficient workmen with
modern equipment at
Miller’s Shoe Shop
Just off Willamette on 8th