Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 04, 1927, Page 3, Image 3

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    Bv MARGARET LONG
Open House Over;
Class Dances Set
New students were formally in
troduced to . the social side of the
University Saturday evening, Octo
ber 1, when Open House was held
at. all women’s living organiza
tions. Seven o’clock was the hour
set for the men’s groups to begin
making their calls and ten minutes
was the time allotted to stay at
each place.
The coming week-end 'will be a
full one as far as social activities
are concerned. The class dances
are to be given Friday night and
are scheduled as no-date affairs. On
Saturday afternoon, Hayward field
will be the scene of the Orogon
Idaho football game, and in the eve
ning, Alpha Phi and Delta Delta
Delta are giving their pledge
dances.
Mu Phi Gives
Musical Tea
Honoring Mrs. Lucille Filers
Brettschneider, of Cincinnati,. Ohio,
national president of Mu Phi Ep
silon, honorary musical society, wluo
has been spending a few days in
Eugene, the local chapter enter
tained with a. tea Saturday after
noon from Unto to 5:30 at Alumni
hall.
In the receiving line Were Mrs.
Drettschneider, Mrs. T. A. Pearson,
Mrs. A. E. Roberts, Mrs. A. C. Dixon
and Frances Pierce.
Mrs. Gwendolyn Hayden and Miss
Mary Burton played violin solos;
Mrs. Claire McDonald, Mrs. Pru
dence Clark, Mrs. George Hopkins
sang, and Miss Emily Williams
played a harp.solo.
* * *
Women’s League
Gives Party
Freshmen women were the guests
Saturday afternotm at 4 o’clock at
a Get-Wise party, licit? in the
Women's building. This is an
event, sponsored annually by Wom
en’s League in an effort-to acquaint
girls entering the University for
the first time of the activities on
the campus and the way in which
they might take part in them.
Short talks were made by Dean
Virginia Judy Ester'y, ' Esther
Hardy, IleLen Webster, Glenna Ilea
cock, Paulino Stewart, Gladys Calef,
Nellie Johns and Edna Ellen Bell.
Miss Helen PeteiVgave a clogging
act, Madge. Normile sang and Rose
Huberts danced.
Frances Plimpton was in charge
of the‘a ffair and assisting her were
Diana Deiniyger,. Mayanna Sargent,
Alice McGrath and Werduu label.
Former Student
Married in Portland
Of interest to a number of people
oui the campus is the marriage of
Miss Margaret J.. Smith of Aber
deen, Washington, and Mr. Francis
W. Linklater of Hillsboro, Oregon,
in Portland, Saturday afternoon. Mr.
Linklater was a former University
of Oregon student and a. member of
Phi Kappa Psi. •Ike has been work
ing for the past year as a reporter
on Grays Harbor Washingtonian in
Hoquiam, Washington.
After a short wedding trip, Mr.
and Mrs. Linklater will make their
home at Aberdeen.
Mrs. Howard Routson (Edella
Mart land, ex-’28) of Oakland, Cali
fornia, is visiting at. the Chi Omega
house this week. ''
* * *
Miss Anna B|e Witt, ’2(1, is spend
ing the winter in New York, where
she will study at Columbia uni
versity.
. * * *
The first of a series of teas
planned for the fall term by Phi
Theta Upsilou, junior-senior worn,
en ’a service group, "'ill be bald
Sunday, October 9, in the Woman’s
building.
AcUuve members oi Delta Tteiu
Delta mere hosts at dinner Sunday
evening( September 25, at Lucille’s
tea room, in honor of their pledges.
A tentative. date of October 10
has been named for the president’s
reception, honoring freshmen stu
dents.
Miss Dorothy Mielke and Miss
Loran Moser, former students who
are attending the Oregon Normal
§ehool at Monmouth, spent the week
end at the Alpha Omicron Pi house.
Pledges of Pi Beta Phi wore en
tertained b‘v their Eugene aluuinac
at tea Sunday evening at Lucille’s)
Tea Boom and later at the home ot' I
Mrs. Carl G. Washburue on Pair
mount boulevard.
Guests at the Gamma Phi Beta I
house during the week-end were
Mrs. Frank Somerville, Mrs. Fred
eric Cookman and Mr. and Mi's.
Jacob Grcbel, all of Portland.
Miss Luciille Geoige spent Mfic
week-end in Portland with her par
ents.
At. the Kappa Alpha Theta house
Saturday and Sunday was Miss
Margaret -Stauff, of Marshfield,
Oregon, who attended school here
last year. .
Visitors at the Sigma Phi Epsilon
house over the week-end were Rich
ard Ohinnock, Max Dunlap, Herbert
Brooks, from Portlands and Richard
Adams of Seaside.
Miss Esther Setters, ’27, who is
teaching school at Florence, Oregon,
this year, was in Eugene this week
end.
* * *
The Misses Dorothy Baker, Mil
dred Pugh, Hope Crowther, Caroline
Lambirth, -Mildred Gilbert, Rovena
Eyre and Phyllis Van' Kunnel vis
THEY’RE
GREAT—
Clear as a Bell and All
Closeups!
TUNNEY
DEMPSEY
Fight Pictures
—and—
—with—
\
LEW CODY ^
—and—
RENEE
ADOREE
There’s a Real
Kick in This
Zippy French
Farce.
■ Prices for This Show
Matinee and Night 50c
Here’s an
Idea—
—Slabwood is a good, eco
nominal fuel—it furnishes
cheap heat.
—Our service is right - - - We
believe in promptness.
—Order your fall’s supply of
wood now.
Phone 452
Booth-Kelly
Lumber Co.
K.C.S.
ited their homos in Salem Saturday
and Sunday and while there attend
ed the state fair and horse show.
Hadden Rockhoy, of Portland, for
mer University student, visited
friends on the campus during the
week-end and will return next Sat
urday for the Oregou-Idaho football
game. •
Trade Authorities to
Lecture to Students
__ ]
Pan Xenia, international foreign
trade fraternity, is arranging a
series of lectures to be delivered by
Oregon trade experts. The leetur
by Mr. D. P. Miller, U. S. commis
sioner to Germany, given last week,
was the first of the series, and will
be continued. l\v Mr. Harry L. Hud
son, general traffic manager of the
Port of Portland commission. This
lecture will be the last of the month.
Tentative arrangements have been
made with several members of the
Portland Chamber of Commerce and !
with (government officials located
in Oregon to give lectures. {
Pan Xenia plans to have at least
one speaker a month, the time of
the lecture will always be in the
afternoon, about 2 o’clock, and will
be delivered in 103 Commerce.
Pledging Announcement
Alpha Tam Omega announces the
pledging of Jasper Reynolds of
Medford and Elmer Palil of Pendle
ton.
A bequest of $10,000 was made
lo Whitman college in the will of
Charles B. Stoll, a retired farmer,
of Hudson, Michigan, who died re
cently.
■Theaters
HEILIG — Today — The Tnnney
Dempsey official fight pictures,
every round and blow dearly shown,
all dose-ups and round seven in
slow motion. Added, Low Cody and
Renee Adoree in the zippy ‘ French
farce, “On Ze Boulevard”; Fox
News and Aesop Fables, too.
Friday and Saturday—Coming—
Ramon Navarro in his first picture
since his great role in “Ben Hur,”
“Lovers,” and playing opposite Na
varro is Alice Terry. Soon, comes
the one great picture of all time,
“The Dig Parade.” October dli is
Schubert’s gorgeous musical stage
attraction, “Gay Farce;” with Chur
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Presented with a
MCDONALD
PROLOGUE
—with—
TED O’HARA
WALTER LEE
LULU WILD
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les “Chic” Sales and company of
125.
McDonald — First fall “ laugh
week,” featuring Syd Chaplin in
“The Missing Link,” a riotous farce
comedy of a tenderfoot adventurer
who braves the wilds of darkest
Africa to solve the riddle of the
human race, and the laughs are run
ning neck and neck with thrills
that surpass even “The Better ’Ole”
and “Charley’s Aunt” in fun. Also
a McDonald prologue, “Coconut
Grove,” with Ted O’llarn, Walter
Lee, Harry Fandrum. Karl Laulus,
Harriett Miller and Frank Alexan
der, twice nightly; and “A Short
Tail,” a treat for ilog fanciers, and
genuine entertainment Tor all. In
ternational News events. Frank
Alexander in musical comedy set
ting on the organ.
Coming-—“The Poor Nut;” a col
lege comedy, with Jack Mulhall,
Charlie Murray and Glenn Tryon,
a triple comedy lineup unequalled
on the screen. Also tlio second of
the new “Collegians,” with George
Lewis and tlie original east; and
George MeMurphev and Iris Kollogo
Knights in “Campus Capers,” fea
turing “Tho Longue of Learning”
i medley of American college tunes.
KMX—Now playing—the olio and
jnly original Dempsay-Tu-uney fight,
films, okayed bv both fighters, and
showing in graphic form the com
plete 10-rouud go, with, every blow,
?very second of the battle of the
century, in full sized proportions, in
cluding the high lights in both nat
ural and slow motion, which gives
an accurate view of the much dis
puted seventh round, in which the
count of Tunney was delayed many
seconds, and by reason of -which
Dempsey followers . claim Jacls
should be credited with a knock
out. Fight films start on-the-hour,
continuously, from 1 to 11 p. m.
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