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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1923)
Moore and Conway Succeed
in Passing Tests
Martin Moore and Ephraim Conway \
were the two candidates chosen in thej
semi-finals of the extempore speaking j
contest held in Villard hall Saturday\
morning. These two men will work on!
the general subject for the contest to!
be held at the Pacific coast public Bpeak- j
ing league’s convention on November!
1, for the next two weeks; then a final
tryout will be staged to select the speak
er who will represent Oregon at the con
Forensic heads expressed their plea
sure over the turnout Saturday and said
they were greatly encouraged over the
spirit and interest displayed so far in
the debate and oratorical work by thj|
students. Judges at the tryout Satur
day were H. E. Bosson and Gerritt Dem
Nineteen men are actively working on
the debate squad in preparation for the
Oregon-O. A, C.-Reed triangular debate
which is to be held December 7, Mr.
Bosson, coach, said yesterday. Compe
tition for positions on the varsity team
is going to be keen this year, he stated.
Some of the men have had experience in
the varsity work here, others were active
in forensic work in high school, and a
number have participated in debate work
at other institutions. The question to
be argued is “Resolved, that the United
States should immediately recognize the
soviet government of Russia.”
TOTAL ENROLLMENT IS
2403 FOR FALL TERM
Men in Each Class But Juniors Have
Heavier Enrollment Than Women;
203 in Medical School
Registration closed Saturday with an
enrollment of 2403 full time campus stu
dents. Of this number 203 are students
at the Portland medical school. One
thousand and one persons have enrolled
for correspondence work, and, although
registration at the Extension Division in
Portland has not been completed, there
will be an increase over last year’s en
rollment of 1413, said Mr. Spencer, reg
According to the rules of the Univer
sity, all study cards must be filed with
in two Saturdays after filing day, un
less special permission to enroll is given
because of justified tardiness. There
were very few of these cases this fall,
said M. Spencer, and students register
ing this late are only permitted to carry
The statistics from the office of the
registrar show that in every class but
the junior one, the men have the heav
ier enrollment. This is also true of the!
law and graduate students and those
comprising the miscellaneous registra
tion, composed of specials, Eugene
Bible students, and'the veterans’ bur
eau. The total number of men regis
tered is 1153 anl 1047 women.
FOUR GRADUATES GET
Faculty Men to Speak Before Portland
Merchants; Bobbins Will be Host
to Honorary Societies
Of the 25 persons who took the ex
aminations in certified public account:
ancy held in Portland last spring, only
five passed. Of the five who passed,
four were graduates of the University
of Oregon school of business adminis
tration. Charles "Van Zile and Carl
Myers, ’22, Verne McDugle, M. A., ’22,
University Shoe Shop
B. D. SMITH & SON
East 13th & Patterson
md Joseph Olson, ’23, were the me
•ossful candidates. They received their
1 P. A. degrees and are sow in the
>mploy of accounting firms in Por
Faculty members of the school ‘ of
Business administration are- greatly
^leased at the showing made by the
Dean E. C. Bobbins, Prof. C. L.
Kelly and Prof. F. A. Nagley were called
;o Portland to speak before the retail
grocers ’ branch o* the Oregon retail
nerchantr. association at its regular
neeting Monday noon. They addressed
;he grocers on various aspects of the
;osts of retail grocery business. They
■eturned last night.
Wednesday noon Dean Bobbins will
je host to all members of honorary
locieties of the school of business ad
ninistration at luncheon at the An
:horage. Anyone belonging to one or
nore of the following societies is ur
gently and cordially invited to attend:
Pan Xenia, Phi Theta Kappa, Beta
Gramma Sigma, Alpha Kappa Psi, aaad
Beta Alpha Psi.
University of Idaho,—Records show
that the University of Idaho football
squad which started training for the
1923 season did not contain a man in
Blligtbls on account of scholastic stand
ing last year. This applies both to
candidates from the ’22 freshman team
and to those of last year’s squad eligi
ble to further competition.
* * • *
Cornell,—A new regulation at Cornell
provides that any person who has rep
resented any other college or university
in any sport cannot represent Cornell
in that same sport. This ruling is
expected to greatly influence Cornell’s
• * *
Oklahoma Agricultural College,—
One of the ten largest radio stations
in the world will soon be built on the
Oklahoma Aggies’ campus. The legis
lature appropriated $5,000 for the pur
* * *,
Cornell,—Cornell will begin her de
bating season in a clash with Oxford,
October 13. This is the first time in
recent years that the two schools have
met in other than athletic competitions.
University of Minn,,—The Universi
ty of Minnesota expects to have as a
representative on the mythical all
American football team this year, Cap
tain Earl Martneau, at the close of his
brilliant football career. Crities and
officials rate him as one of the best
of recent products of Western grid
irons. He was placed on the all-West
ern eleven unanimously, last year.
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DO-NUT RIFLE SHOOTING
WILL START NEXT WEEK
Each Organization May Enter Team
in Contest; Rifle Squads Chosen
at Close of Matches
Do-nut rifle shooting for men and
women will commence next week, ac
cording to Captain J. T. Murray, in
structor in the B. 0. T. C. and in
charge of gallery practice. Each lving
organization on the campus is invited
to enter a team in the contest, which
will be featured by the awarding of a
cup to each of the winning men’s team
and the winning women’s team.
“Each team must consist of not more
than ten individuals nor less than
five,” said Captain Murray. “Each
fraternity and sorority desirous of en
tering a team must select a manager
who will be responsible that a list of
their contestants be in the B. O. T. C.
office not later than Saturday, Oc
tober 20. In case of the dormitories
and the Oregon club, each person must
turn in his name individually. These
organizations will be handicapffcd he
cause of their size by requiring their
team to consist of 10 to 20 persons and
taking half their total score.
“On Monday, October 22, all con
testants should report to the barracks
and be assigned a certain thirty-minute
period for practice. The schedule of
matches will then be posted.
“All men who participate must be
active members of the K. O. T. C.”
At the conclusion of the matches,
several men and women will be picked
for the University rifle squads. These
squads will participate in a number of
inter-collegiate matches during the
winter and spring.
A good start is being made by the
University band, as there were 70 men
on hand for practice last week. These
will be thinned out and a better or
ganized group will accompany the foot
ball squad and students to the Stan
ford game in Portland on November 10.
“CRAM CLUB” ORGANIZED
Spencer Head of Group of ‘Grinding’
“Thou shalt not cram I” How often
have we heard it from our professors,1
Your studies depend to a great extent on
your equipment—the most important of
which is the study table.
We have a number of good serviceable
study tables which will last for a long
number of years. Drop in and see them.
Generously priced at. $4.00
W eatherbee-W alker
Ninth and Oak Phone 824
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EVERYONE is rushing to the Oregana
all the time. In the morning for those
good breakfasts, at noon for a delightful
lunch, in the evening for supper—and any
and all times for “good eats.”
And candy—home-made too. George sure
knows how to make it — more delicious
and tasty than any manufactured kind.
Satisfy that sweet tooth at George’s.
The Students’ Shop
but—scandal— a “Cram Club” baa
been organized by eight instructors!
The club haa for its “Chief Grind!”
P. L. Spencer, mathematics professor
in the University high school, and con
sists of graduate students working for
an M. A. degree.
The personnel.-of. the club iB as fol
lows: P. L. Spencer," Edgar" Means,
Charles Franseen and R. S. Dickerson,
instructors in education; E. L. Hoskin,
science instructor in U. H. S.; Ethel
Wakefield, commercial instructor in
the high school; and Harold Benjamin,
principal of the University high school.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon announces the
pledging of Russell Dark, of McMinn
Alpha Omicron Pi announces the
pledging of Frances Dodds of Tacoma,
Kappa Omicron announces the pledg
ing of Flossie Radabaugh of Eugene.
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