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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1923)
Bain and Solve Honored at
U. of Michigan
FORMERLY ON FACULTY
Men Among 48 Winners of
Ann Arbor Awards
In the list recently published of
48 graduate students at the Univer
sity of Michigan, who have been
awarded scholarships, occur the
names of Read Bain and Melvin T.
Solve, both from Eugene. Mr. Bain,
who taught in the sociology depart
ment here last year, now holds a
$430 fellowship. Mr. Solve, who
was a member of the faculty in the
English department here last year,
holds a $550 fellowship.
Bain Gets M. A. In 1921
Reed Bain instructed in the
sociology department of the Univer
sity in 1921 and 1922, and held the
position of graduate assistant in
sociology in 1920. He received his
B. A. degree in 1914 from Willam
ette university, and his M. A. de
gree from the University of Ore
gon in 1921.
Unring the war Mr. Bain in
structed flying in the U. S. army,
having received a flying cadet cor
Uiicate from the S. M. A. at the
University of Texas in 1918. He
taught in the Eugene high school
before coming to the University.
During his second year here Mr.
Bain was vice-president of Phi
Delta Kappa, educational fraternity.
In 1920 and 1921 he had several
articles along sociological linos pub
Solve Has B. A.
Mr. Solve, who took his B. A.
•degree from here in 1918, received
a graduate scholarship from the
University of Christiania, Norway,
which he attended in 1920. Tlio
year before he was an instructor of
English in the University of Ore
On his return from school in Nor
way, Mr. Solve married Norma
Dobio, also a teacher in the Eng
lish department. Mrs. Solve took
her B. A. degree here in 1914, and
four years later joined tho faculty.
FACULTY VOTES DOWN
USING CAPS AND GOWNS
Annual Commencement Question
Settled as Usual; Advisory
Tlio faculty will not wear the
academic cap and gown at com
mencement. This was decided after
much discussion, at the faculty
meeting yesterday. The question
has come up several times in previ
ous years, always with the samo re
sult. In many western colleges
the practice of wearing tlio costume
is optional, but at Oregon, for the
last two years, the president and
deans appearing upon the platform
are the only ones who have worn
them. In many of the old eastern
colleges, all the faculty members
appear in the cap and gown at com
At the meeting, Deans II. D,
Sheldon and E. C. Robbins, and Pro
fessors J. II. Gilbert and E. L
Packard were re-elected to the
advisory council, which meets with
the president to discuss University
policies.* The council membership
includes three deans and three pro
fessors not deans. One dean and
one professor hold over from the
last council. This year, Dean W.
G. Ilale and Dr. .T. D. Harnett held
to Be Saturday
All aspirants for varsity debate
see H. A. Rosson, 206 Sociology
building, before Saturday to ar
range for tryout Saturday morning
between 9 and 12.
The tryout speeches are to be
eight minutes in length. Women
are to take the severance tax
qustion and men the world court
but speeches on the severance tax
will be acceptable for men also.
Teams selected at those tryouts
will participate in the men’s tri
angular debate to be held with
Idaho and British Columbia, Jan
uary 18, and the women’s Oregon
O. A. C.-Willamette debates Feb
(Continued from page one)
city of assistant coach if he so de
sires. It would not bo taking a
great deal of leeway, howover, to
say that, he would leave for a head
coaching job providing the monetary
consideration were great enough.
Nibs Silent Partner
Nibs Price is the silent partner
of the great Andy Smith and it has
been said of him by well versed
observers that ho has contributed as
much as Smith to the success of the
California elevens. Price first at
tracted attention as a coach when
he guided the San Diego high school
eleven to a sectional championship.
Shortly afterwards, he went to Cali
fornia, and a majority of his cham
pionship interscholastic aggregation
followed him and became members
df the “Wonder Team” of 1920.
Virgil Earl, Jack Benefiel, and
Prof. Howo left for Berkeley yes
terday noon to attend tlio meeting
j of Hie Pacific coast conference which
is meeting at this time for the pur
pose of drawing up next yoar’s
I schedules! and until they return, uo
official action in the direction of
obtaining a coach can be made.
'YOU WILL HEAR
The Spanish Dancer
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Heavy Losses at Seattle
Offset Other Gains
Although the returns from this
(year’s football season will prob
ably be the heaviest in history,
! they are not as much as they should
I be, says Jack Benefiel, graduate
| manager. Throughout the season
the financial returns have been bet
ter than was expected.
Although at the early season
games and the Stanford and O. A. C.
games, the gate receipts were high,
the loss incurred at the University
of Washington game will just about
offset the gains from the other
games. The greatest difficulty in
this part of the country, is the lack
of covered grandstands.
The one at O. A. C. holds a little
over three thousand, the University
grandstand has capacity of not quite
4,000, while at the Multnomah club,
about three thousand can be accom
modated. Thus, Oregon’s share from
a good crowd will amount, at the
most, to about $7,000. At the Uni
versity of Washington, a'game that
will draw the crowd, a good date is
necessary to insure profit.
Although the totals are not final,
the season’s receipts will amount to
about $25,000. The expenses of the
football season will approximate
$24,000. This includes coaches, sal
aries and expenses of all the trips.
Seven thousand is paid for for sal
aries alone. “The receipts for this
season,” says Mr. Benefiel, “will
just about pay the expenses and put
the new roof on the Hayward
bleachers. Contrary to the popular
student opinion, football does not
pay the expenses of the other
athletics .during the year.”
i student council, last night, in vot
| ing to appoint a committee to con
fer with John Stark Evans and
; others especially interested in Ore
gon music in regard to the pro
The dance committee of the coun
cil reported that Jauary 4 had been
given to the Oregon Knights for a:
student' body dance and that regu-|
lar student body‘dances would be :
■-•field •February 9 and April 11.
SUSAN CAMPBELL TEAM |
WINS 30 to 0 VICTORY
Game With Kappas Not as One Sided
as Score Shows; All Contests
Must be Over Next Week
Although the score indicates a one-'
siiled contest the game played last i1
night between Kappa Kappa Gamma
and Susan Campbell hall, 1, resulting
in a 30 to 0 victory for Susan Camp
bell, wa3 one of the fastest, cleanest
games so far this season. There were
few fouls, with both teams putting I
up a hard, plucky fight.
The work of Golda Boone, center
for the winners, was especially good.
Adah Harkness played her usual
good game as Susan Campbell for
ward, while Dorothy McKee, Kappa,
guard, gave her a hard struggle with
Other games scheduled last night
were called off, making an already
serious situation more difficult, Flor
ence Baker, head of basketball,!
stated. All games in both leagues
must be played off before the end
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We have just received a fine lot of reclaimed
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Men: Never again at this low price. Just think!
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especially for U. of 0. students.
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Army regulation raincoats of Bombazine or
Oilskin fabrics grouped in one big lot and
priced for quick disposal to you at a time when
the rainv season demands a good raincoat.
At special student prices. Every man wearing Ili Tops should
take advantage of purchasing these 50c socks at only,
$‘2.50 warm and woolly unionsuits that will feel mighty good
these cold snappy days. Special for two days only at $1.89.
of next week, and hereafter, if many
more games are postponed, those
games will have to bg forfeited.
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