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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1925)
Perhaps the marvellous Oetober
weather is responsible for the dis
play of pep and enthusiasm in all
things this falH Certainly no one
shonld feel down in spirits and any
one who took a peep-in at the class
dances Friday evening knows that
they were a success from start to
finish. The usual number of fea
tures, tag dances, and Paul .Tones’
gave everyone good opportunity to
get acquainted. "Much of the same
spirit was prevalent at the “Jourr
nalism Jam” Saturday at the Men’s
gvm, so that after so much revel
ling over the week-end, all should
feel well acquainted!
Wednesday all will join to make
the “Dime Crawl,” a big success
and then Friday the campus will
be desolate looking after so many
migrate to Portland for the Cali
* # #
The annual faculty reception held
Saturday evening at eight-thirty
o’clock in Alumni hall was one of
* the outstanding functions of the
^week-end. Autumn flowers and
michaelmas daisies were decorative
ih the rooms.
Receiving were Mr. and Mrs."
John Straub, Mr. and Mrs. Karl
Ontliank, Mrs. and Mrs. Henry D.
Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. L. H.
Those assisting were Mrs. Vir
ginia Judy Esterly, Dean and Mrs.
PI. C. Robbins, Mr. John Landsbury,
Mrs. Anna Beck, Mr. and Mrs. A. H.
Scliroff, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sweet
ser, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. McAlister,
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Boynton. Mr.
and Mrs. M. H. Douglass, Mr. and
Mrs. Frederick S. Dunn, Mr. and
Mrs. H. E. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. F.
G. Schmidt, Miss Julia Burgess and
Col. and Mrs. W. S. Sinclair.
Mrs. O. F. Stafford, Mrs. Timo
thy Cloran and Mrs. Fitch, assisted
by a group of the younger faculty
women, helped in the dining room.
Mrs. James H. Gilbert and Mrs.
F. L. Stetson presided in the sun
parlor where the ices were served.
Assisting them were Mrs. William
G. Hale, Mrs. Fi G. Young, Mrs.
E. W. Allen, Mrs. John Bovard,
Mrs. Murray Warner and Mrs.
Saturday evening all the campus
scribes and “pen-punshers“ (gath
ered at the Men’s gymnasium to
celebrate the annual Journalism
Jamboree, a costume masquerade
ball. Masks and colorful, grotes
que costumes added to the gaiety
of the occasion.
Much confetti and serpentine
seatTerruLamong the dancers added
to the carnival spirit. A telever
feature of the evening was the dis
tribution from time to time of the
“ extra ” newspapers containing
items about those present.
Patrons and patronesses were Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Casey, Mr. and Mrs.
W. F. G. Thacher, Mr. and Mrs. E.
W. Allen, Mr. George Turnbull and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Hall.
Mrs. Virginia Jndv Esterlv, dean
of women, was honored Friday af
ternoon with a formal tea given bv
the Women’s League in Alumni nail
at the Woman’s building between
four and six. In the receiving line
were Mrs. Esterlv, the Misses Anna
DeWittj Louise Inabnit, Frances
Morgan, Annette Heckman, Mar
garet Boyer, Eloise Buck, ,Taunt
Wood, Dorothy Myers and Kath
This is an annual event given by
the Women’s League and is attend
ed by all women of the University.
Music was furnished by the
Misses Pauline Knowland, Loeta
Biggs, Charlene Heaston and Alice
Jean McClellan. Mrs. F. L. Stet
son and Miss Maud Kerns presided
at the tea table and freshman girls
Chi Psi Lodge was transformed
into a southern mansion Saturday
evening when the underclassmen of
that organization entertained with
a dance. Lovely autumn foliage
was used about the rooms. Jack
Crandall and Bob Boggs, dressed
as negro butlers, were at the door
when the guests arrived and assist
ed in serving supper, later.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederic^ S. Dunn
and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Simpson
were patrons and patronesses for
Members of Alpha Tau Omega
honored their pledges Saturday
evening with a dance at their new
home. Cut flowers were simple but
effective decorations in the spaci
ous rooms of their house.
The programs were miniature im
itations of an Oregon memory book,
with the Oregon seal in the center
and “Alpha Tau Omega” embossed
in the lower corner.
Chaperoning were Mr. and Mrs.
John Straub, Mr. and Mrs. Karl
W. Onthank, Mr. John J. Lands
bury, Mrs. Anna L. Beck, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Fay Eddy, Mr. and
Mrs. Peter Crockatt, Mr. land Mrs.
John Stark Evans, Mr. and Mrs.
Franklin E. Folts, Mr. and Mrs.
Rex Underwood and Mr. and Mrs.
Various colors of crepe paper ar
ranged in an artistic manner in the
dining room formed the dedoration
scheme for the grille dance given
by the pledges of Sigma Alpha Ep
Hi, fellers! (gels, too}
Meet Wally \
The Everskarfi Kid
He’s the cute
pledge button for the
Ask for him at any
Wahl Pen counter
Sure, Billy discovered
her. Brought her to the
hop, too. But Columbus
never did own Amer
ica, much. Foxy Philip
found out it was her
birthday, and he slipped
down town and got her j
a darling new Wahl Pen.
You know the kind—
slim, cylindrical, golden
beauty. You can’t blame
the gal, can you?
One like Foxy Philip
EVERSHARPS Write Hand Pal
Wednesday, October 21
ti:o0-7:30 Dime Crawl.
Thursday, October 22
11—Assembly Woman’s build
Football Managers to report for
pictures. All upper class and
sophomore assistant footba 11
mangers will report to Haward
Field at 3:30 today to have their
pictures taken. All assistants
must have on sweat shirts.
silon Saturday evening at their
Miss Camille Burton danced the
Charleston ns the feature.
Mrs. Virginia Judy Esterly, Mrs.
Charles A. Gray and Miss' Emma
Waterman were patronesses.
A formal tea in honor of Mrs.
Lucy Abrams, Alpha Omiieron Pi
house mother, was held Saturday
afternoon between the hours of
three and five at the chapter house.
In th9 receiving line with Mrs.
Abrams were Mrs. Virginia Judy
Esterly, Mrs. Arthur Miner and
Miss Helen Cantine.
Dahlias in pastel shades, autumn
leaves and pink candles made the
rooms lovely. Invitations were sent
to house mothers, faculty members
and a number of town folk.
Mrs. Clara Fitch, Mrs. Wilmath
Osborne, Mrs. Henry D. Sheldon,
Mrs. C. L. Teschner, and Miss Julia
Burgess poured and the freshmen
Mrs. F. W. Benson invited the
house mothers on the campus to
the Pi Beta Phi house Thursday
afternoon * for an informal get-ac
quainted party and tea.
Friday afternoon the same group
enjoyed a picnic party on the brae
of College Crest hill.
DEAN HALE WILL ADDRESS
Dean Hale of the law school will
address the Women’s Bar associa-1
tion Thursday evening in Portland
on the subject of “Granting to the
Supreme Court complete control of
! Campus Bulletin |
Grakos meeting tonight 7:30 at Col
lege Side Inn.
Zeta Kappa luncheon Wednesday at
the College Side Inn.
Sigma Delta Chi will meet today
noon at the College Side Inn.
Pot and Quill meeting tonight 7:30
at Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
Both Glee Clubs—Rehearsal at Mu
sic building at 5:<H) o’clock this
All Roosevelt Alumni please be at
the Anchorage at 6:00 P. M.
Phi Mu Appha—Important meeting
at the College Side Inn Wednes
day at noon.
French Club meeting 7:30 tonight
at Y. W. Bungalow. Talk by
Meeting of all active members of
Kwama tonight at 7:15 in usual
place in Woman’s building.
Campus Members of De Molay will
meet at 4:15 o’clock this after
noon at the Craftsman club.
Official Rally committee and sub
committees meet at College Side
Inn, 12:30. Very important.
Theta Sigma Phi meeting today at
5:00 in the Orctgana office. All
members requested to be present.
Meeting for wo^ten not in living
organizations at Bungalow this
afternoon from 4:00 tio 5:00. Tea
will be served.
The entire Homecoming Director
ate please meet in Villard hall
this afternoon at 4:15 o’clock.
Mortar Board will meet at 7:30 to
night in the Lounge Room of the
Woman’s building. All members
are requested to attend.
TYPING and Multigraphing want
ed by experienced stenographer.
Manuscripts, term papers, letter,
forms, etc. Reasonable rates.
Phone 22S-J or 1339-J evenings.
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LOST—Onyx and diamond ring in
Oregon building on October 15.
Finder please return to Gamma
Phi Beta. Reward.
HELLO—A nearly new corona to
sell in order to pay registration
fees. Inquire 1441 Willamette or
call 2221-R. 20-21-22.
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NEW PICTURES ARE ARRIVING DAILY
Visit us at your convenience and see these pictures by
such famous artists as Maxfield Parrish—Martin—Rob
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A couple idly lolling in a canoe,
[ a far roach for a watcr-lilv, a canoe
i overturned, and criou for help, the I
| flash of the lifeguard’s body as he
| dived into the water, and the dem- j
j onstration of modern life saving i
: was under way.
Such was the start of the demon- j
! stration conducted Friday at 11:00
i o’clock in the Woman’s building. I
; Miss E. Troemel, coach of women’s
| swimming and E. R. Abercrombie,
men’s swimming coach, conducted
the affair before the Oregon state
convention of the Red Cross.
When the victims were complete
—Teaching beginners or ad
—Fox Trot — Waltz — Tango —
Charleston—Fancy and Exhi
SID and LAURA WOODHOUSE
Studio Open Daily 1 to 9 p. m.
Make no mistake, Eugene’s rec
ognized school of dancing and
teacher to the city’s finest
dancers since 1919 is the
657 Willamette—Phone 1715-R
Opposite Heilig Theatre
It’s “The Funniest
Thing on Reels”—
with MATT MOORE
ly resuscitated, the swimmers gave
their conception of an old fashion
ed swimming pool, with its splashy
diving and floppy swimming. They
staged an old-fashioned rescue, in
which the drowned person, when
taken from the water, was pulled
mercilessly over a barrel.
Breaks, deep and shallow water
carries, surface diving after body,
swimming in form, and diving were
Students participating in the af
fair were: Charlotte Winnard, Vir
ginia and Elizabeth Lounsbury,
Frances Vaughn, Perry Davis, Jean
Richmond and Don Park.
OREGON MAN SUCCESSFUL
That his work is cominlg, well is
the word from II. J. Rehn, who is
now teaching accounting at Wash
ington State College. Mr. Rehn
took his undergraduate work at
O. A. C. and received his master’s
degree from the University of Ore
gon last year.
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