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Oregon Daily emerald
Member of Pacific Inercolleglate Press Association
ARTHUR S. RUDD LEO P. J. MUNLY
Official publication of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon, issued daily
exoept Monday, during the college year.
Managing Editor.Don Woodward Associate Editor.John W. Piper
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. LOT BEATTIE
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. Kenneth Stephenson
Herman Blaesing, Frank Loggan
Daily News Editor This Issue
Night Editor This Issue
Cut the Board Bill
One of the hobbies of President Campbell has been the encour
agement of more living organizations among the students of the Uni
versity. One of the chief matters of interest to the President has
been the observation of the welfare of the established organizations.
Because of the mass of business which requires the attention of the
executive, the task of developing cooperation among the various or
ganizations has been delegated to Dean Walker, new director of the
student loan fund and student adviser.
It is Mr. Walker’s idea that great advantages will accrue from
the comparison of the experiences which these living organizations,
particularly the fraternities, have with marketing and supplying food
to their members. He will endeavor to secure the interest of the
fraternity heads in a movement to act together in matters of gather
ing data and statistics which will reveal the ups and downs of fra
It is felt that the organizations are at a disadvantage, having, as a
rule, to suffer a change of internal administration each year. A
permanent official is in a position to study more thoroughly the
problems of the house manager and determine how an ultimate sav
ing to the individual may be brought about. It is certain that board
bills in the various organizations reach different figures. Through
investigation, the methods of management can be made public for
the benefit of all concerned. The organization which has success
ful management and inexpensive board may thus show the others
how it is done.
The plan is a commendable one. University regulations permit
the student living committee of the faculty a quasi-supervision of the
affairs of student living organizations. The faculty, of course, does
not intrude in purely organization affairs. Such is not the plan at
present. As the idea stands, all living organizations will reap mutual
benefit if they accept the plan as conceived and enter into the spirit
Girl Rooters Wanted
At 3 :30 today Oregon women are invited to visit football practice
on Hayward field. Bill and Shy think that the presence of the fair
ones will stimulate their husky proteges to nobler effort. The show
ing of the men at the first rally was discouraging, not to say dis
graceful. The thundering thousand were replaced by a mere hand
ful of loyal rooters who braved the rain to show the team and coaches
that they were behind them. Let the girls set the example today.
One Year Ago Today
SOME HIGH POINTS IN OREGON
EMERALD OF OCTOBER 10, 1922
Organization of tiio Tan Nu sorority,
a now campus social organization, was
announced yesterday. Eleven girls con
stitute the charter members of the
Don Woodward has been named as
sociate editor of the Oregana and My
ron Shannon will manage the circula
tion of the publication.
The frosh-soph mix has been an
nounced for Saturday.
Between six and eight students have
been cared for daily at the infirmary
since the beginning of the term.
Alice Sit -By-The-Firo, James Barrie’s
delightful comedy, will be given in
Guild hall Oct. 18-20.
SUCCESSFUL RUN ENDED
“The Silent Command,’’ the William
Fox production which came here with
such strong indorsements, will con
Learn to Dance
Private Lessons Daily
10:30 A. M. to 8 P. M.
WE GUARANTEE TO
Everything taught from the
first primary steps to ad
vanced Ball Room, Exhibition
Business Men’s Exercise
Newest Methods—Latest ..
Temporary Phone, Moose Hall,
elude its engagement at the Rex
The splendid manner in which the
picture has been acted and produced
has helped to draw tho crowds. If
you have not seen it, go tonight.
of the Pudding
Is in the Eatings—
Two well filled houses have
chuckled with glee at the
“HER DANGEROUS PATH”
More exciting than ever
Here is a show others have en
joyed—and so will you. *
Home of the best
Notices will be printed in this column
for two issues only. Copy must be in this
office by 6:30 on the day before it is to
be published, and must be limited to 20
Oregon Knights— Meeting 7:30, at
Tre Nu—Meeting Wednesday, at 5,
irp Journalism shack.
•Men’s GJee Club—Practice every day
this week at five o’clock in the Music
De Molay Club— Meets Thursday,
Oct. 11, at 6 p. m. at the Anchorage.
Every De Molay in the University
should be there.
Crossroads—Meets Thursday evening
at 7:30 in men’s lounging room of
Woman’s building. The dishwashing
rule is in force.
Class t® Meet—Dr. Marbi will meet
his class in 19th century thought at
10 o’clock, Wednesday, in Dean
Dancing Group—Orchesus, the ad
vanced dancing group will resume work
on Wednesday, October 10, at 7:30 p.
m., in the dancing room.
French Club—Meet at the T. W. C.
A. bungalow Wednesday evening, at
7:30. All those who have had first
year French or more are invited.
Senior Girls— Remember that open
season for dates won’t be declared un
til after the meeting. Dates con
traded before this time will not be
State Aid—All students who are en
titled to and intend to receive State
Aid should file schedule cards at win
dow 15 of the business office in the
French Tutor—Mile. Andree Pellion
will tutor University students in
French. Arrangemtnts may be made
by calling Susan Campbell hall any,
afternoon between 2 and 5.
Addresses—All students see that
their names and addresses are correctly
listed at the registrar’s office so that
the University students’ directory may
be published as seon as possible.
Practice Teaching—All students ex
pecting to do practice teaching during
the second high school semstr who have
not made application should see Mr.
Hughes at the Education building this
“ARMED CAR’’ AT CASTLE
A picture that will delight everyone
who sees it opened a three days’ en
gagement at the Castle theater Mon
day—today last day. It is Goldwyn’s
first King Viodr production, “Three
Wise Fools,’’ fashioned by the director
himself from the successful stage play
by Autin Strong as produced in New
York by John Golden and Winchell
Smith. This comedy drama had a
three-years’ run on the speaking stage.
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When the rains commence you ar*> go
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These boots are leather-lined
through the fore part and have
rawhide slip soles to insure water
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Back of Bank of Commerce
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TO YOUE FAVORITE THEATER
Green Merrell’s established policy
‘'the greatest possible value, for the
lowest possible price”
Diogenes would not have needed a
lantern - - - nor did our friend from
he was a bit old-fashioned - - - our friend from
Cottage Grove - - - although he left with a very
fashionable Fashion Park suit.
“like Diogenes, I am looking for an honest man
to sell me an honest Fall suit,” is the way he
opened his conversation.
buying a Fashion Park suit at $50 and thanking
us for our good taste is the way he closed it.
anyone else from Creswell, Springfield or Junc
tion City or vicinity looking for values?
new suits coming in daily-all to go out the
same door the same way.
the greatest VALUE line in town
at $35, $40, $45
green merrell Co.
men’s wear \
“one of Eugene’s best stores
“Mac”—The Old Reliables—“Jack”
VARSITY BARBER SHOP
llth and Alder
Hair bobbing a specialty
Big Musical Event
Violin Recital—Methodist Church
Thursday, October 1 1, 8 P. M.
SKOVGAARD—th>e Danish Violinist
has an international reputation and never fails to thrill his
audiences. He was at one time soloist with the New York
Symphony Orchestra. He plays on a wonderful Stradivarus
violin. This instrument will be on exhibition at 4:30 P. M.
just prior to the recital.
TICKETS ON SALE AT CO-OP
and can be reserved at Linn Drug Company—75c