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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1926)
By HELEN SHANK
With the end of the football sea
son comes the conclusion of most
of the campus affairs for the year.
Everyone is making plans for the
coming Thanksgiving vacation,
which will afford a brief respite be
fore the three difficult weeks of
hard study and examinations which
are left this term.
On Wednesday evening nearly one
hundred students who served on
committees for Homecoming were
guests at a banquet given in their
honor at the Osburn hotel at six
o’clock. Phil Bergh, who was gen
eral chairman of the Homecoming
directorate, acted as' toastmaster,
and short talks in appreciation of
the work done by the committees
were given by Dean AValker, dean
of men, and Miss Jeannette Calkins,
alumni secretary. Dancing was en
joyed in the . palm room between
courses and after the dinner.
* * *
On Friday night the campus Ma
sons and their friends were enter
tained at an informal dance given
at the Craftsmen’s club. In charge
of arrangements for the affair was
Alden Woodworth. Lawrence Shaw
designed the paintings which were
used for decorations.
An old Egyptian scene was por
trayed by painted figures, Egyptian
columns, pyramids and a Sphinx
used as hangings, and the room
was brightened by many-colored
streamers from the chandelier in
the center of the ceiling to the edges
of the walls. Patrons and patron
esses for the dance were Mr. and
Mrs. John Stark Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Dan E. Clark and Mr. and Mrs.
Carlton E. Spencer.
«■ * *
University of Oregon colors came
into prominence again at the in
formal dance given by girls of
Susan Campbell hall on Saturday
eight at the Woman’s building. Yel
low and green predominated
throughout the decorations, and the
whole scheme was further carried
out by Oregon pillows, pennants and
flags, which gave a most collegiate
effect. The programs were in the
shape of little yellow ducks, with
During the evening a unique feat
ure was a selection on the drums by
a talented seven-year-old drummer.
Patrons and patronesses were Miss
Ernestine Troemel, Mass Fanny Mc
Oamant and Mr. David Faville.
* * *
On Saturday evening at the chap
ter house Kappa Sigma entertained
with a “funny paper "dance, which
carried out a clever and unusual
idea in the way of motifs for in
formal dances. All the walls were
hung with comic sections from news
papers and with original sketches
by Bob Warner. The dance pro
grams were in the form of tiny news
papers. During the evening Ed
Cheney, dressed as a scarecrow, gave
a feature dance. Patrons and pat
ronesses were Dr. and Mrs. D. C.
Stannard, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Earl,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Earl, Capt. and
Mrs. Frank Culin, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Beneflel and Capt. and Mrs.
• • «
Futuristic paintings were the
scheme for the informal dance on
Saturday night at the chapter house,
at rvhich members of Beta Theta Pi
honored their pledges. On the walls
were plaques portraying various im
pressions of the sophisticated col
lege flapper, done in very modern
istic style. The designs were in
bright colors, and each was lighted
by an indirect spot light. Potted
palms completed the effect. Patrons
and patronesses were Mr. and Mrs.
Nish Chapman, Mr. and Mrs. Del
bert Oberteuffer, and Mr. and Mrs.
Phi Chi Theta, women’s honorary
commerce fraternity, held a silver
I tea on Wednesday afternoon in
| Alumni hall, at which faculty mem
bers and townspeople were invited.
Each year the fraternity awards
fifty dollars to the most worthy girl
student in the school of business
administration, and proceeds of the
tea went towar4 this scholarship
fund. In the receiving line were
Mrs. F. E. Folts, Mozelle Hair, El
eanor Skene, Gertrude Hill and Lil
lian Vail. Mrs. Eugene Kelty, Mrs.
Gordon Fish and Miss Kathryn
• • •
One of the most popular students
on the campus two years ago, Miss
Ruth Akers, was united in marriage
last Wednesday night to Bert W.
Holloway, a graduate of the Uni
versity of Oregon, class of 1926.
Many sorority sisters of the bride
and fraternity brothers of the groom
attended the wedding. While in
school the bride was a member of
Kwama, sophomore honorary, of
Mu Phi Epsilon, of Mortar Board,
and of Alpha Phi sorority. She was
also soloist in the University glee
club for four years. Mr. Holloway
was affiliated with Baehelordon.
• • •
Underclassmen of Delta Zeta took
a temporary return to childhood at
a “kid party” given at the chapter
house last Friday evening. The
rooms were decorated like a nursery,
with dolls, scooters and toy blocks
in the corners and on the shelves.
Favors for the evening were all
day suckers, rubber balls and horns.
About twenty couples attended the
dance. Chaperones were Mrs. Cath
erine Yerex and Mrs. Lillian Russell.
* * •
The engagement of Miss Marion
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day at a luncheon in Portland. The
bride-elect will be remembered as
a former student here, where she
was a member of Chi Omega. Mr.
Wiggins was graduated from the
University of Washington and is
affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon.
The wedding will be an event of
Notice has just been received of
the marriage of Miss Florence Jen
sen and Harold Goedecke, which
took place yesterday at noon at the
bride’s home in Freewater, Oregon.
Both were students here last year.
Mrs. Goedecke is a member of Pi
Beta Phi, and Mr. Goedecke, who
was graduated in last year’s class,
is a member of Sigma Nu. The
couple will be on the campus today
to visit some of their friends.
A few of the members of Alpha
Delta Pi sorority who did not go
over to Corvallis for the week-end
gave a very informal dinner dance
at <heir house on Saturday night at
six o’clock. The guests "were seated
at small tables, and the rooms were
lighted by candles at each table.
Chaperoning the dance was Mrs.
Members of Temenids were host
esses at an informal tea on Wednes
day afternoon at the Craftsmen’s
club for the purpose of getting ac
quainted with all the Eastern Star
women on the campus. Patronesses
for the affair were Mrs. George Mc
Lean, worthy matron of the Oregon
Eastern Star, Mrs. Frederic Dunn
and Miss Euby Ball.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Pearson
both former Oregon students, spenl
last week-end on the campus. Mrs
Pearson was formerly LaNita Gas
kill, and is a member of Pi Beta
Phi. Mr. Pearson is affiliated witl
Mrs. J. W. Kays entertained witl
the first of a series of informal tea!
for which she will be hostess, at! <
the Sigma Beta Phi sorority Thurs-,
day afternoon, when fifty guests!
called. Mrs. L. E. Bean and Mrs.1
A. E. Boberts assisted in receiving.
The Misses Mary, Irene, Lucile, and
Corinne Burton played several mus- j ?
ical selections during the tea hour. ^
The Misses Virginia and Mary
Ritchie of Los Angeles and Miss j
Etta Ritchie Smith of Scotland I
spent Tuesday and Wednesday at
the Alpha Delta Pi house on their
way south. They have spent the I
last summer in Europe and are bring-'
ing Miss Smith to visit them for,
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MOTION PICTURES OF ORE
GON’S DEFEAT SECURED
Motion pictures of the Oregon-!
O. A. C. annual gridiron classic
played Saturday are now being
shown on the McDonald screen, j
Considerable footage was taken of j
this battle, and in addition the j
Webfoot camera was turned on the!
crowds in the Oregon stands, and
on the stunts given between halves.
An invitation to Coach John Mc
Ewan and the Oregon team will be (
extended by the McDonald manage-!
ment to attend this first showing of
the O. A. C. homecoming game, this!
evening. In event the varsity men
tor and his warriors are able to
accept the theater’s hospitality, spe
cial musical numbers will be pre
sented in addition to the films of
• • •
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Regular trains leave Eugene
2:25 A. M., 2:40 A. M., 4:25 A. M., 7:35 A. M. 11:10 A. M.
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Returning—Special train leaves Port
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Regular trains leave Portland
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Gold Bugs9 to Hop Out
On Maple Court Soon
“Gold Bugs” infest the campus,
hey will soon be seen hopping and
imping about on the maple court,
[o, they are not insects, but the
asketball team of the school of
They held a contest for a name
that would suitably suggest their
money-grabbing as well as their ball
playing ability, and Marion Ander
son won it with “Gold Bugs.” Other
suggestions were: Gold Diggers, Roll
Toppers, Traders, Business Busters,
Frank Hallin, business adminis
tration junior, is their organizer,
and expects to have about 15 sure
shot, ball-cagers on his squad. Also
Frank Reinhart may coach thii
team, so beware Jawyers, scribes,
and architects, chal’enges will be
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