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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 3, 1924)
ALLIED ARTS SCHOOL
Illustrations Show Work
Done by Students
A survey of the school of archi
tecture anrl allied arts has been
made in a booklet, six by nine
inches, just off the University
Press. The booklet, edited by
Ralph D. Casey, journalism instruc
tor, is profusely illustrated with
photographs of the work done by
students in the school, and out
lines the possibilities of the vari
ous departments. The purpose of
the booklet is to advertise the
school to prospective students, and
it will be used as a general circu
A full-page cut of the school of
architecture and allied arts shows
the sculpture panel above the door
of the west entrance to the Aits
building, the colonettes of the
court, and the stained glass panels,
all work of the students. There is
likewise a full-page cut of the
casting of “The Doughboy,” work
of Avard Fairbanks, professor of
sculpture, done on commission for
the state of Idaho.
Architectural design, life draw
ing, sketching in the coifrt, the
school gallery and museum, a stu
dent engaged in modeling, a girl
at work on a hand loom, tiles com
pleted by the normal arts depart
ment, even a still life—all are por
trayed. The courses in painting,
drawing, architecture, sculpturo,
design, the crafts, art teaching,
and history aro catalogued. The
cover gives tho atmosphoro of tho
school—a photograph of a student
outside the building sketching the
LIBRARY OBTAINS SETS
BY FAMOUS AUTHORS
Several sets of books havo re
cently been purchased by the
library, which will soon bo added
to the general circulation depart
rnent. The complete works of
Charles Kingsley, consisting of 27
.volumes and including his poems,
assays and novels, is ono of the
.group. Othor sets are the complete
works of Beaumont and Fletcher,
and the works of 6. I*. R. James,
which contain 12 volumos pub
lished in London.
A unique book entitled “Lo
Morte do Arthur,” by Sir Thomas
Mallory, is also among the newest
purchases of the library. The book
is one of an edition limited to 300
copies, which are printed on hand
made Butch paper. The book pre
sents tlio stories of the birth aud
life of King Arthur, his conquests
and adventures which are illustrut
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OREGON DEFEATED BY
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from right to left. Cook was taken
from left and placed on first base,
and Latham changed from first to
third. In spite of the numerous
changes, the nine seemed to per
form no better, and the team will
have to perk up if they take the
second game at Corvallis today.
Box Score Given
O. A. C.
AB. R. H. E.
Escalier, m . 4
Baker, 3b . 4
Rippey, 1 . 3
Sullivan, 1 . 1
Sigrist, r . 4
Perry, lb . 5
Faurie, c . 5
Osborne, ss . 5
Hughes, 2b . 4
Young, p . 5
Coleman* . 1
Total .38 9 14 2
* Coleman batted for Rippey in
Oregon AB. R. H. E.
Sorsby, m, r. 4 12
Ross, 2b . 5
Hobson, 3b, m . 5
Latham, lb, 3b . 5
Bittner, ss . 4
Wright, 1 . 4
Bliss, c . 3
Cook, 1, lb . 3
Brooks, p . 3
Total .36 3 11 5
Summary: Home runs, Sigrist,
Bittner; three-base hits, Young;
two-base hits, Hughes. Double
plays, Osorne to Hughes to Perry;
sacrifice hits, Baker, Faurie; base
on balls, off Young 1, off Brooks
3; struck out, by Young 6, by
Brooks 6; hit by pitched balls,
Sorsby, Cook, Brooks. Umpire,
STUDENTS IN SEVENTH
GRADE LEAD AT U. H. S
Tho grade averages at the Uni
versity high school for tho past
six weeks show 19 students on the
honor roll, with averages of 2 or
better. Two people of tho 19 have
averages of 1 and a number of
others come very near to tho same
mark. Tho seventh grade leads
tho field in class averages with an
average grado for the period of
Tho averages for the various
grades are ns follows: Sevonth
grade, 3.14; sophomoro, 3.20;
senior, 3.27; frshman, 3.39;
eighth, 3.09; and junior, 3.81.
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BASEBALL SAME WON
BY SUSAN CAMPBELL
Sigma Beta Phi Forfeits
to Hendricks Hall
A close baseball game was played
yesterday afternoon between Susan
Campbell, 2, and Alpha Omicron
Pi, resulting in a 22 to 21 victory
for Susan Campbell. Sigma Beta
Phi forfeited to Hendricks, 1, the
other game scheduled yesterday.
A summary of the games so far
this year follows:
League I—Alpha Xi Delta de
feated Sigma Beta Phi, 45-12;
Hendricks, 1, defeated Thacher,
22-2; Alpha Phi forfeited to Sigma
Beta Phi; Hendricks, 1, defeated
Alpha Phi, 40 to 2; Sigma Beta
Phi forfeited to Hendricks, 1.
League II—Susan Campbell, 2,
defeated Alpha Omicron Pi, 22 to
21; Pi Beta Phi defeated Alpha
Omicron Pi, 24 to 6; Susan Camp
bell, 2, defeated Pi Beta Phi. 31 to
24; Alpha Chi Omega defeated
Alpha Omicron Pi, 24 to 5; Susan
Campbell, 2, defeated Alpha Chi
Omega, 21 to 8; Pi Beta Phi de
feated Alpha Chi Omega, 17 to 13.
League III—Susan Campbell, 1,
defeated Delta Delta Delta, 27 to
10; Alpha Delta Pi defeated Kappa
Alpha Theta, 38 to 9; Susan Camp
bell, 1, defeated Alpha Delta Pi,
35 to 11; Gamma Phi Beta defeat
ed Kappa Alpha Theta, 24 to 18;
Delta Delta Delta defeated Alpha
Delta Pi, 25 to 13.
League IV—Kappa Kappa Gam
ma defeated Chi Omega, 10 to 3;
Hendricks, 2, defeated Chi Omega,
15 to 5; Hendricks, 2, defeated
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 16 to 10;
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Hendricks, 2, defeated Delta Zeta,
15 to 11.
‘OLD OREGON’ TO HAVE
THREE BOOK REVIEWS
Critiques Survey Stories
of College Life
That three reviews of books of
interest to college students appear
in the May issue of “Old Oregon,”
was the announcement from the
alumni office yesterday. Julia
Raymond, who has contributed be
fore to the magazine, has reviewed
Dr. Alexander Meiklejohn’s “Free
dom and the College,” a series of
Another report, by Pat Morris
sette, takes up “The Education of
four years there as John Wiley,
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The Old Eeliables
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Peter,” a story ■ of Yale college
life. It is the record of “Peter’s”
the author, 'graduated in ’21, the
life presented is contemporaneous
with that of college life now.
“Fidelia,” by Edwin Balmer,
well-known novelist, is being re
viewed by Frances Morse. This is
Miss Morse’s first contribution to
“Old Oregon.” This novel was
published serially in Hearsts, but
the ending was changed from the
original. It is a story of Chicago
college life in Northwestern uni
versity, as is also “Grey Towers,”
a recenh book.
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