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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 5, 1927)
Women to Debate
With Utah Team
Desirability of Social
Fraternities Will be
Local Women to Present
Should social fraternities and sor
orities be abolished? Monday night
at 7:15 in the auditorium of the
■vlusie building, Ore
gon women will say
“no” in answer to
the query, when they
of the University of
Utah on the question,
Resolved, “that so- ;
cial fraternities and
sororities should be
abolished from. Am- !
erican college campuses.”
Monday fraternity and sorority
houses and halls of residence will
be telephoned and house managers
asked to announce the event at din
ner, and to urge attendance at the
contest which is the first women's
debate of the season.
Cecil McKercher, senior, and Ma
rion Leach, sophomore, are Oregon's
representatives in the debate. Miss
McKercher is a third year varsity
year, she represent
ed Oregon in a de
bate against the
University of Wash
ington i^i Seattle.
She is majoring in
Leach, who is a ma
jor in pre-law, is
a varsity contes- Marion Leach
tant for the first time this year.
She was on the freshman team last
“A large attendance is urged be
cause of the timely interest in the
subject to college and university
students. It will be discussed from
an unbiased viewpoint,” said Fran
ces Cherry, women’s forensic man
ager. “Both sides will endeavor to
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get beneath the surface in bring
ing out all points pro and con.
Oregon's negative team has been
working hard in preparation for the
event under the coaching of J. K.
Horner. The discussion will be based
on first hand material since both
universities have social fraternities
The Oregon cross-question system
will be used. Each side will have
fourteen minutes each for its main
speaker; seven minutes will be giv
en each team for cross-questioning;
and ten minutes will be devoted to
each side for rebuttal. The decision
will be made by the audience.
The two Utah women compose a
travelling team and have been de
bating the question at many col
leges and universities during their
The time for the event has been
set at 7:15 because of the Symphony
concert at 8:15.
The next women's debate will
take place April 7. It is the tri
state debate, in which Washington,
Idaho, and Oregon are contestants.
Margaret Blackaby and Frances
Cherry will go to Seattle to debate
against Washington, and Pauline
Winehell and Irene Hartsell will
stay here to debate against Idaho.
(Continued from page one)
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(Continued from pane one)
eers were on the woeful end of a
13 to 5 count.
The teams opened the second can
to with a fast and close checking
but the boys from the sunny south
land again proved their superiority
when Corbin outfoxed his guard
and looped in two cripples.
Another Rally Thrown
With the pcore 17 to 5 against
them the Webfoot basketeers start
ed a rally that had all the earmarks
of being a real bourbon. Swede
WTestergren flashed down the court,
circled back and took a pass near
the center of the court. From this
position he dropped the spheroid
into the basket, and the fans went
Milligan and Gunther fell in with
the spirit of the occasion and chalk
ed up four points between them, and
Westergren looped another from a
Corbin threw a monkey wrench
A whirlwind drama
of fighting action
U. of 0. SHOE SHINE
Shoes Cleaned and Dyed
Hats Cleaned and Blocked
Corner 13th and Alder
into the Oregon machinery as he
counted from under the basket and
put his team once more in a pro
gressive frame of mind. From this
time on it was only a question of
how bad the locals were going to be
trounced by the lads from the sunny
Swan Song Sung
vvestergren ana uuntner, who re
alized that they were playing under
the lemon-yellow colors for the last
time, were doing their best to make
their swan song gay, and together
were responsible for the remainder
of the Webfoot points.
During the contest the Oregon
team was given 14 opportunities to
count from the Santa Claus line, but
from the way they shot, the cream
colored hemp that serves for dec
oration on the ring must have looked
like a small pox card, because they
only succeeded in converting three
times. If they had made each chance
count they would have still been
one point in arrears, so a blues song
is not in order. The California
hoopsters had eight opportunities to
garner markers in this fashion and
were accurate enough to chalk up
a quintet on points.
Dixon and Corbin Ousted
The California team suffered two
casualties because of the too fre
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Here’s An Interesting Program
March 6—"Evolution versus Revolution in Human Affairs.’’
March 13—‘‘The Challenge of the Masses.”
March 20—“To Unattached Liberals.”
March 27—“The Modern Liberal Church and its Ministry.”
April 3—“The Bible.”
April 10—“Democracy and Modern Bible Thought.”
April 17—Easter—“What Reasonable grounds Have We for the Hope of Immortal
All people, coneiously or unconciously, realize that our world is in a critical condition. Enormous
dangers threaten the destruction of our civilization. The sphinx demands that humanity answer
the riddle correctly or be devoured. Here are three answers that will receive a fair-minded consid
eration at our Sunday forum addresses at 7:45.
March 13—The Answer of Stalin, Boshevistn.
March 20—The answer of Mussolini, Fascism.
March 27—Is There Another arid Correct Answer? What Is It?
April 10—The Youth Movement of Europe.
April 17—Spiritualistic Phenomena.
Please note that on the evenings of March 6th and April 3rd the Laymen’s League will meet at
7:45 in our church. The April 3rd meeting will be addressed by Dr. Parsons. Topic—“Religion
in Western Civilization.” The April meeting will be led by Dean Allen and the topic—“Bpengler
ism in Western Civilization.”
Ernest M. Whitesmith, Minister 11th and Ferry
quent tooting of the official’s
whistle. Both Dixon and Corbin
were removed from the game via i
the personal foul route.
At times the Oregon fans grew
vociferous as they called attention
to the referee’s disdainful silence
as the smaller Oregon hoopers were
battered from pillar to post 'by the
bulky boys from California. But if
the number of fouls called on each
team can be considered a reliable
criterion, the Webfoot supporters
had nothing to wail about as Cal
ifornia was penalized six more
times than the locals.
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whether you receive the position? Do yourself
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Phone 246 — _ _ 104 9th St. E.
Doesn’t the gang sometimes get tired of the same
breakfast? Get a bag of cornmeal and ask the cook
to make some hot cakes tomorrow morning, just for
a change. Wouldn’t they taste good though—
browned to a crisp in sizzling bacon fat and spread
with melted butter and thick maple syrup?
And then.for a change at lunch time—a plate heaped
with steaming squares of hot corn bread, with plenty
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I hen cornmeal can always be mixed with other flours
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