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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 16, 1926)
On U. of O. Staff
In Who’s Who
Others Recently Active
On Campus and City
Eugene Third in Number
Listed; Portland, First
Fourteen faculty members of the
University of Oregon are listed in
the latest biennial compilation of
“Who’s Who in America.”
The names of the University pro
f fessors included in this list of na
tionally noted men and women are:
Erie W. Allen, dean of the School
James D. Barnett, head of the de
partment of political science.
William P. Boynton, head of the'
Timothy Cloran, professor of ro
Burchard W. De Busk, professor
James H. Gilbert, professor of
William G. Hale, dean of the law
Earl Packard, professor of geolo
George Rebec, dean of graduate
Edwin C. Robbins, dean of the
School of Business Administration.
Friedrich G. G. Schmidt, head of
the department of Germanic lan
Warren D. Smith, head of the
Orin F. Stafford, head of the
’Frederic G. Young, dean of the
School of Sociology.
Others listed who have until re
cently been connected with the
Prince L. Campbell, late presi
dent of the University.
Colin V. Dyment, formerly dean
of the College of Literature, Sci
ence, and Arts.
In addition appears the names of
Gertrude Bass Warner, donor of the
Oregon Museum of Fine Arts in the
Woman’s building; Robert A. Booth,
prominent Eugene lumberman; Law
rence T. Harris, Eugene judge; and
Rev. Eugene C. Sanderson, presi
dent of the board of the pacific
' Christian hospital.
Eugene ranked third in Tegard
to the number of persons from Ore
f gon mentioned in this edition of
“Who’s Who in America,” Port
land and Salem taking first and
second places respectively.
McDonald—Last day: Reginald
Denny in his first super-farce com
edy, “Take It from Me,” the hil
arious tale of a financial giant;,
who found it. impossible to be a
failure, even though he was to re
ceive a fortune for losing money.
On the stage: the McDonald “Mer
rymakers,” in new “Campus Cap
ers,” featuring the last word in
singing, dancing and solo entertain
ment twice tonight at 7:30 and
9:40. Inkwell cartoon, “A Stitch
1000 watches to clean
Only $1.50 each for 10 days
The Watch Shoppe
107 West 7th St.
20 years ’ experience
All silk, all the new fall £nd
Full fashioned all silk, top
to* toe. Evening and Autum
J. Matt Johnson Co.
30 East Ninth St.
30 Easy Steps from
in Time;” Webfoot weekly events,
featuring additional scenes of the!
(5regon-Washington football game;
Trank D. C. Alexander in a merry
musical comedy setting on the organ.
Coming—“The Marriage Clause,”
a powerful document of modern the
atrical life, fame, fortune and a
barrier to love, with Francis X
Bushman, Billie Dove, Warner Oland
and Grace Darmond; and the “Mer
rymakers” in a new Homecoming
• * •
Rex—Last day: Hoot Gibson in
“The Man in the Saddle,” a lively
western comedy drama, with the
likable “Hoot” in one of his most1
congenial roles; also, “Fighting
With Buffalo Bill,” the first of a
series of American adventure sto-l
ries; Felix cartoon comedy; Inter-'
national news events; Clifton Em
mel at the organ.
Coming—“The Last Frontier,” a
new epic of the west, when brave
men and women strived to build an
empire, with a great cast including
William Boyd, Marguerite de la
Motte and Jack Hoxie; “The Run
* * *
Denny’s flair for farce is not bet
ter exemplified than in his latest
starring vehicle, the new Univer
sal-Jewel, “Skinner’s Dress Suit,”
playing to hilarious audiences at the
Bell theater, Springfield, Sunday.
(Continued from page one)
farmers how to prevent harmful in
flation of values, over development
of areas, and over production of
crops, Dr. Ely mentioned possible
researches along these lines that
may be carried on in Oregon.
“To what extent is there a sur
plus of land in Oregon?” he ques
tioned. “What is the volume of
fruit production? What is the mar
ket for agricultural products, and
how can that market be wisely an
ticipated through research? Fore
casting* of the market can be done
more or less accurately. What com
petition are growers in Oregon ex
Problems of urban land economics
are woefully neglected, he declared.
He suggested that problems of urb
an development and utilization of
land might well be studied by men on
the University of Oregon staff act
ing in co-operation with real estate
boards and other agencies.
Research of any kind can be ac
complished successfully in a uni
versity only if the president gives
it his “sympathetic and apprecia
tive support,” Dr. Ely continued.
He said he had confidence Dr. Hall
is a believer in research and will
aid in the development of the re
search spirit on the campus.
In acknowledgment, Dr. Hall said
he was an ardent believer in the
value of research and declared he
will do all in his power to aid his
staff in their research activities.
He will seek, also, to stimulate
worthwhile research projects.
(Continued from page one)
get the men in the best of shape
fox this game and have succeeded
to a very large extent. All the men
■will get a chance in the game as
the object is to uncover the defects
of each player and to give as many
experience as is possible.
The freshman lineup has been
made public by Coach Reinhart and
includes some of the best former
high school players of the state. In
Murray and Harden at ends Coach
Reinhart has two fast men, very ag
gressive, and both adept at snaring
passes. Murray is a former Frank
lin high star from Portland while
Harden hails from Athena. 'Warren
and Hande will hold down the
tackle positions. These boys are
big and play a good game of foot
ball. Temple arid Wood will start
at guard. Wood was an all star
tackle in Portlnd last year while
playing for Jefferson high. He
was switched to guard when he re
ported this fall and has been play
ing there since then. Temple is a
former Pendleton high player and
has been showing great form in
practice. Stadleman will play center
for the frosli. He is a rangy pivot
man, an accurate passer, and a
good defensive player. Frank Mim
naugh will call signals for the fresh
men. He is another all star from
Portland and uses his head to good
advantage in a football game. Rob
inson and Gabriel will play the half
back positions. No more need be
said about Robinson. Gabreil played
for Washington high in Portland
last year and was considered one
of the best backs in the league. He
is heavy, fast on his' feet, and all
around man. Hatton will start at
full, he hails from Pendleton and
was one of the most consistent
ground gainers in eastern Oregon.
List of Players
Capable substitutes are available
for every position on the team and
many of them will no doubt be
heard from before the day is over.
Below is given a list of the first
string players with their numbers.
Name Position No.
Henry Baldridge G .23
Ralph Bates .T.31
F. Crooks .G.......32
Ron Coleman .H. 10
Cecil Gabriel ......H.6
G. Handy .T.29
Wilbur Harden ..E.24..
Harold Hatton ..F.22
Phil Ireland .-C.18
Ridge Johnson ....H.8
R. MacDonald ....H.40
G. MacDowell .F.27
Frank Mimanugh Q.7
Ronald Murray E.20
Carl Noeske .H.£
Frank Ricks .F...17
Bob Robinson .H.3c
Don Speer .E.1(
H. Staddleman ....C. 28
Arthur Stendel ....E.;..14
David Temple .G. 2(
Charles Williams H. 4
Bob Warren .T.1£
Harry Wlood ..G.11
Varsity Football . practice
morning at 10 a. m.
Freshmen boys guarding the '“O’
Monday evening, bring their owi
cup and spoon.
Basketball practice today: 9-l(
Sigma Nu 1-2 Sigma Nu; 2-3 Sig
ma Phi Epsilon; 3-4 Sphinx; 4-S
if 2nd Floor Miner Bldg.
!| (Take the elevator)
■ Special Sunday Dinner
1 5—7:30 P. M.
1 FOR JOYOUS MOMENTS
There’s nothing like a game of
billiards for giving you real enjoy
ment and a wide circle of friends.
Men from all walks of life delight
in it. Play ball!
Don’t Argue Billiard Parlor
Underneath Laraway Building
Homecoming and Hospitality
Come to Eugene
and you’ll have a
joyous H o m e
coming. Stop at
the Eugene Ho
tel, and unexcell
ed hospitality will help to make your stay
even more pleasant. For reservations,
write, wire pr phone—
9th and Pearl Streets Eugene, Ore.
Sigma Pi 'Jau; 5-6 Alpha Tau
Donat basketball games Monday
afternoon: Phi Sigma Kappa vs
Sigma Nu, 3 p. m.
Beta Theta Pi vs Chi Psi, 3:45
Friendly hall vs Delta Tau Delta,
4:30 p. m.
Sigma Pi Tau vs Sigma Alpha
Epsilon, 5:15 p. m.
All freshman and sophomore
athletic managers report to Hay
ward field at 10:30 this morning.
FOUND—In Multnomah stadium,
after the Oregon - Washington
game, an Oregon rooter’s lid with
a stickpin attached. Inquire at
Emerald office. ol2-13-14-15-16
GOOD table board. Good rooms,
$1.00 a day. 376 Eleventh avenue
East. Phone 265-L ol5-16-19-20
CLOSED car to Portland. Room for
three. Return Monday. See Mrs.
Donnelly at “Y” hut.
LOST—Three keys on nickel ring.
Finder please return to Emerald
LOST—A pair of light horn rimmed
glasses, at the assembly in tho
Woman’s building, October 7.
Call 127. Reward. ol5-16
FOR RENT—Suite two rooms, mod
ern home, private bath. 1859 E.
15th. Phone 1652-R. o 16-23
A Pirates love story told with
a background of the salty seas
All Photography in natural
Two Showings—7 and 9 P. M.
The Sophomore Class Beer Suit—as
worn by Princeton students and pic
tured in Vanity Fair.
The “Beer” suit has been accepted by
the Sophomore class as their class suit.
These are identically the same as the
Princeton suit, white bleached coats
with white buttons. The collar has the
notch lapel—the trousers are cut full.
Each year at Princeton the back of the
jacket has painted on it a picture de
picting some incident of college inter
Orders are being taken for these suits.
They will be released on the day des
ignated by the sophomore class presi
dent, Bob Foster.
Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes
The Eugene Bowling Alleys are again
opened for the winter
Eight teams will form the league, be
ginning the first game Monday
Paul Green will give $5 Hat each week for high score
made on alleys.
A Weekly Bulletin for the House Manager
Published by The Table Supply Company
104 9th St. East
It will pay you to come
and inspect our most com
plete store. You can buy
everything in the food
line here—no use bother
ing buying at a dozen dif
ferent stores—just come
down and see us or tele
phone 246 and your every
want will be filled and to
the greatest satisfaction.
When we say FOOD DE
PARTMENT STORE wv,
mean that we carry every
thing that you will want
for the kitchen in the
food line—groceries, bak
ery goods, fruits and veg
etables, meats of all cuts.
We have no solicitors and
for this reason can sell
goods at a lower cost.
104 9th St., East Phone 246