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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1923)
HIT EXHIBIT OPEN
TO PUBLIC TODAY
Best Work Will Be Sent to
Donovan Prize Donor
Architectural problems and' art work;
will be judged today at the jury day
for the term. The studio in the arch
itecture building will be open all after
noon to visitors desiring to see the
exhibit. Morris Whiteliouse, the Port
land architect, and W. G. Holford, part
ner of Dean Ellis P. Lawrence of the
school of architecture and allied arts
in the Portland firm, will be the arch-1
itectural jury. Mrs. Lucy Bamberg, i
the Portland portrait painter, will as
sist the art faculty in judging painting, i
sculpture, drawing, design, and the [
The judges will not attempt to award [
the Donovan prizes for the school prob
lems, but will send the first mentions
to John J. Donovan of Oakland, Calif
ornia, for his own decision.
“This is the best set of problems
as a whole that the men have turned
out for some time,” said Dean Law
rence. “The standard is unusually
high, and the school ought to be proud
of the work.”
Mr. Donovan, an Oakland architect,
has offered a real stimulus in the way
of prizes—the seniors have as a prob
lem a “general, cosmopolitan or inclu
sive high school to accommodate at
least 2000 students,” with first prize
of $50 and second of $25; the juniors
have designed elomontary schools to be
laid out on large grounds for the prizes
of $30 and $20; there is a special prize
for tho sophomore design of a rural
school of tho Donovan book on school
architecture. In addition to these priz
es, each of the four winners of the up
per classes will be given a copy of the
Besides the school problems an en
trance to a tunnel on a highway, de
signed to symbolize the completion of
the highway, has been completed by the
students. There is als,/ a commons
building, and a commons room, presum
ably for an architectural club, and a
house problem of a large country es
Oils, water colors, and life drawings
line tho walls. Color work by Miss
Maude Kerns’ class in design to be
used in batik work are unusual in ef
fect. Tho sculpture includes portraits,
original compositions, and studies from
Tho usual banquet will not be held,
due to the conflict with a number of
campus affairs. Opportunity will be
given, however, for tho students to meet
with tho jury for discussion.
EDITORS FROM ALL PARTS
OF STATE ON CAMPUS
(Continued from page one)
Journal’s Circulation,” and “Legitim
izing the Veteran Publication.”
• Tho complete program for Friday,
with the speakers and the topics for
discussion will be found in another
Following are the names of tho edi
tors and writers who will attend tho
conference, listing also their wives and
families when they accompany them:
Edward F. Nelson, Associated Press;
L. 0. McShane, Ilubbanl Enterprise;
George E. Knapp, Aurora Observer;
Arthur M. Geary, Publishers’ Syndi
cate; Carle Abrams, Salem Statesman;
E. M. Reagan, Albany Herald; Mr. and
Mrs. Hurt Moses, ‘Sap and Salt’; Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Kelty, Oregonian; El
bert Bede, Cottage Grove Sentinel; W.
C. DePew, Lebanon Criterion; Carl P.
Cloud, Riddle Enterprise; Fred Lock
ley, Oregon Journal; E. B. Aldrich, Pen
dleton East Oregonian, and family;
Mrs. H. L. St.Clair and son Chase
St.Clair; Ben It. Littin, The Dalles
Chronicle; E. A. Koen, Dallas Observ
er; Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. McIntosh, O. A.
C.; Robert W. Buhl, Medford Mail
Minimum charge, 1 time, :16c; 2 time*.
45c; 5 times, $1. Must lie limited to 5
lineo, over tlila limit. 5c per line. Thone
961, or leave cony with llueiuees office of
Euckaui, in University Press. Payment
Is advance. Office hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
Board and Room -For men students,
home privileges. 907 Ililyard. Phone
797-L. ’ 246-M23-25.
Lost—Sterling silver fountain pen.
Reward. Finder please iall Florette
Janelle at 947. 247-M23-24.
Lost A pair of brown rimmed glass
es in Woman’s building. Finder please
call Thercssa Robinett at 60S.
Board and Room for girls. Two blocks
from the library. Heat in every room,
new furnishings, $35 per month. 1310
E 13th Avo. Phono 941-L. 241-M20-24.
Lost—On Thirteenth street, black
leather glasses’ case containing shell
rimmed glasses and gold fountain pen.
Finder phone Nancy Wilson, 204,
For Rent—Large well-furnished room,
furnace heated with sleeping porch,
for two University women for next
term. 427-13th Ave. E. Phone 1294-J.
. .- ■- ■
Students ’ manuscripts typewritten.
Any kind of typewriting work accurate
ly done. Charges reasonable. Address
1960 Columbia 8t. Phone 1304-J.
Tribune; Harry L. Kuck, Pendleton
Tribune; M. L. Spencer, U. of Wash.; \
George H. Himes, Oregon Historical
Quarterly; Edgar McDaniel, North
Bend Harbor; Mr. and Mrs. George
N. Angell, Oregon Farmer; Ralph R.
Cronise, Albany Democrat; A. M. Byrd,
Gervais Star; Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mal
lory, Oakland Tribune; F. J. Tooze,
Oregon City Banner-Courier; C. W.
Myers, manager Portland News; Mrs.
C. W. Myers; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford L.
Ireland, Moro Observer, and nephew;
Ward Irvine, Governor’s Secretary;
James S. Sheehy, International News;!
H. T. Hopkins, King Features Syndi
cate; Colonel E. Hofer and Mrs. Hofer,;
Manufacturer; M. I). Morgan, Harris
burg Bulletin; A. E. Voorhies, Grants
Pass Courier; J. M. Bledsoe, Myrtle
Point American; L. D. Felsheim, Ban
don Western World.
Here from Vale
Lloyd Riches, Vale Enterprise; Don
ald Sterling, Portland Journal, and mo
ther; Earl Cl. Brownlee, Portland Jour
nal; Philip Jackson, Portland Journal;
O. D. Hamstreet, Sheridan Sun; O. C.
Leiter, Portland Telegram; Addison
Bennett, Portland Oregonian; Glenn W.
Loomis, Lebanon Criterion; George A.
White, Adjutant General; Mr. and Mrs.
Frank A. Clarvoe, United Press; M .E.
Miley, Western Newspaper Union; Leei
Drake, Astoria Budget; Mrs. A. E. i
Scitt, Forest Grove News-Times; Frank
E. Andrews, Hicks-Chatten Engraving
Company; Bert G. Bates, Roseburg
News-Review; Joe D. Thomison, Hood
River Glacier; Thomas Nelson, Junc
tion City Times; Z. C. Kimball, Inde
pendence Enterprise; D. M. Botsford,
Botsford-Constantine Agency; Mr. and
Mrs. Hal E. Hobs, Oregon City Enter
prise; Arne G. Rae, Oregon City Enter
prise; E. W. Jorgenson, Portland News;
John E. Lethaby, Oregon Churchman;
E. C. Potts, Better Fruit; Joseph R.
Gerber, Arcady Press; Jerrold Owen,
Pacific Legion; Henry Fowler, Bend
Bulletin; L. Van Anderson, Hall and
Emory Agency; W. S. Kirkpatrick,
Kirkpatrick Agency; F. W. Beach,
Northwest* Hotel News; Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Ingalls, Corvallis Gazette-1
Times; Frank L. Snow, O. A. C.; F. E. j
Carr, A. T. F. Co.; Mark A. Cleveland; j
George P. Cheney; E. D. Alexander,]
Stay ton Mail; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar B. |
Piper, Oregonian; C. K. Logan, Ash
land Tidings; John T. Hoblitt, Silver-1
ton Appeal; James B. Johnson, Oregon ;
City; G. Lansing Hurd; R. II. Jones;
A. W. Priaulx, Drain Enterprise; R. C.
Salton, Grants Pass Courier; E. J. Kai
ser, Ashland; Z. N. Agee; S. S. Harral
son, Benton County Courier; Harold
Hamstreet; Loren O’Gara, Helix; L. V.
McAdoo, Scio; R. T. Klctzing; N. J.
Levinson, Portland; S. C. Morton, St.
Helens; Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Blythe; H.
E. Brown and daughter, and Mrs. G.
W. Davis, Albany.
AMERICA AIDS NEAR
EAST IN RESTORATION
(Continued from page one)
Helen Park, Portia Kidwell, Kather
ine Pinneo, Astoria Norton, Patricia
Novlan, Lee Emery and Wade Kerr.
Bugboe shtfws a great deal of future
promise. His darkling domeanor was
the right thing for the part of the un
repentiug murderer who set the whole
tragedy into action with a shot' from
It makes a pic
nic on lawn
MEN’S U. S. ARMY MUNSON
LAST SHOES AT $2.95
Sizes 5Va to 12
Never again will you be able to
buy these shoes at such a low
price. We were lucky in finding
a manufacturer who was over
stocked with them, and needed
ready cash, so we bought them at
almost one-half of the regular
price. This shoe is made over the
U. S. Army Munson-last, with ex
tra heavy stitching; special grain
ed chrome brown leather used
throughout. An ideal shoes for
workmen, farmers, ice-men, post
men, carpenters and motormen,
who are obliged to be on their
feet all day.
Send correct size. Pay postman
$2.95 on delivery, or send us a
If you are not satisfied with
these shoes after you examine
them, we will promptly refund
U. S. DISTRIBUTING & SALES
20-26 West 22nd Street
New York City, N. Y.
STARS OF LITERARY
FIRMAMENT ON CAMPUS
(Continued from page one.)
jr and her work is familiar to readers
of the Saturday Evening Post. Her
most recent story in that magazine was
Maryland Allen, who was to be the
fourth speaker on the program, is un
able to attend because of illness in the
family, but is sending as her represent
ative Earl C. Brownlee, who writes of
books, arts and music for the Portland
Following the informal program, tea
is to be served in Alumni hall. Pot
and Quill and Theta Sigma Phi, wom
en ’s literary and journalistic fraterni
ties, are to be hostesses. All those on
the campus who are interested in cre
ative writing, both men and women,
600 GIRLS IN FEATURE
(Continued from page one)
Eugene schools, Dr. Bertha Stuart, Miss
Florence Alden, Miss Harriet Thomson,
Miss Gertrude Manchester, Miss Emma
Waterman, Miss Lillian Stupp, and
Miss Carolyn Cannon, all of the staff
of physical education of the Univer
'C'OR the student or prof., the
-*- superb VENUS out-rivals
all for perfect pencil work.
17 black degrees—3 copying.
220 Fifth Ave.
Venus Pencils and
TUESDAY, MARCH 27th
The world’s greatest tnystery
By Mary Robert Rinehart
and Avery Hopwood
FUN and THRILLS
It’s good judgment to secure
your “BAT” seats early.
MAIL ORDERS NOW—Box
office sale opens Monday, 10 A.
M. Prices—Floor, 15 rows,
$2.00; last 3 rows, $1.50; bal
cony, first 3 rows, $2.00; next
3 rows $1.50; balance $1.00.
(Plus tax.) _
by efficient workmen with
modern equipment at
Miller’s Shoe Shop
Just off Willamette on 8th
“THE PASSION FLOWER” will be performed to
night and tomorrow night at GUILD THEATRE.
If yon have any doubts about it ask anyone who saw
it iast night. After seeing it you’ll understand why
it had a long run in New York City and on tour and
why Norma Talmadge did it on the screen. You’ll
also agree that it is the outstanding campus success
of the year to date.
Tonight and tomorrow night, 75c and 50c. No tax.
Door open at 8; curtain at 8:30.
LEMON “O” BARBER SHOP
You know the rest
Our Pre-Easter Displays
of New Merchandise
Invite and merit your attention! Quality, style
and surpassing values make immediate buying
extremely satisfying! Our prices are the low
est in town, quality considered!
THE SPIRIT OF EASTER
Is best reflected in Flowers. Adorn your houses with potted
Easter Lilies, Hyacinths, Tulips or Jonquits for the occasion.
Our display of Easter Flowers is a joy to behold—Roses, Sweet
Peas—and attractive Easter corsages.
The REX FLORAL COMPANY
“Exclusive Eugene Member Florist Telegraphic Delivery”
Rex Theater Building Phone 962
i Fares Reduced 25%
U. of O. Spring Vacation
To all points on Southern Pacific Lines
Portland Special Train
FRIDAY, MARCH 30th
Leaves Eugene .2:00 P. M.
Arrives Portland.5:35 P. M.
Special Returning Sunday, April 8th
Leaves Portland Union Station.7:00 P. M.
Leave Portland East Morrison Street.7:05 P. M.
Arrives Eugene.10:35 P. M.
Stops in both directions at Albany, Salem, Wood
burn and Oregon City.
Other Portland Trains:
Leave Eugene, 11:05 A. M., 3:28 P. M., 4:30 P. M., 4:55 P. M.
Daily each way between Eugene and Portland.
Standard Sleeping Car
For further particulars phone or call upon A. J. Gillette, local
JOHN M. SCOTT
General Passenger Agent
Is Your Protection
fll Do you know what GOVERNMENT IN
SPECTION means? It guarantees that
every cut of meat we sell has passed the ap
proval of Uncle Sam, which, together with our
utmost in up-to-date meat; market methods,
warrants you the best.
(J You will enjoy coming here to buy your
meat because careful and courteous at
tention is given your every request.
Use the Telephone—
It’s the Convenient Way
D. E. Nebergall Meat Co.
Two Phones, 36 and 37 66 East 9th
2 Dates This
Even though it is a closed week-end, and you are supposed
to study, you still may have dates—and lots of them—although
a little different.
The Eugene Fruit Growers Association has especially arranged
to furnish living organizations with
VAN DATE ICE CREAM
—a luscious combination of Vanilla and dates.
Eugene Fruit Growers Ass’n.
E. A. C. S.
27 Ninth Ave. East, Eugene
The White Lunch
R. C. ELLMAKER, Prop.
Try Our Waffles
Dainty Pastry Quick Service