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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 22, 1927)
By MARGARET LOXG
Because of the decree issued late
yesterday afternoon by University
authorities that no student would
be allowed to leave Eugene over
Thanksgiving vacation on account
of infantile paralysis cases in the
city, the four days of vacation that
had been counted upon by Univer
sity students will be abandoned.
The Oregon-Washington football
game in Seattle on Thanksgiving
day would have been a drawing
card for innumerable college folk,
while the Carnegie Tech-O. S. C.
game at Multnomah stadium in
Portland Saturday afternoon would
have been equally as popular.
Students who had planned on re.
maining in Eugene were making
2>reparations for impromptu house
affairs and guests to several
Thanksgiving dinners had already
A number of teas and luncheons
were scheduled to be given by Uni
versity girls spending the vacation
in Portland, one of them for which
invitations were sent out last week,
that of which the Misses Janet
Johnstone, Florence Wade . and
Maizie Richards were to be joint
hostesses at the home of Miss John
The most colorful and fantastical
dance given this year was the
Sophomore Informal, sponsored by
members of the present sophomore
class and held at the Armory, Sat
urday, evening, November 19.
Tho sides and ceiling of the im
mense room were covered with a
solid mass of black, and brilliant
splashes of color and fanciful de
signs stood out in a striking man
ner upon such a background. A
huge dragon mask covered the stage
in the center of the room and
through the mouth of this weird
face poured strains of syncopated
rhythm, while out of his eyes flashed
drab shades of light that- fell in
various places about the floor.
Patrons and. patronesses for tho
dance were Governor and Mrs. Isaac
Patterson, President and Mrs. Ar
nold Bennett Hall, Bishop and Mrs.
Walter Sumner, of Portland, Mrs.
Virginia Judy Esterly, Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Gilbert, Mr. Stephenson
f Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Shir
roll, Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Zane, Mr.
and Mrs. Delbert Oberteuffer, Mr.
and Mrs. Carlton E. Spencer, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. G. Thacher, Mr. and
Mrs. Rudolph E. Ernst, Mr. and
Mrs. John Straub, Mr. and Mrs. C.
D. Borer, Mr. and Mrs. Campbell
Church, of Eugene.
Tom Stoddard was general chair
man for tho affair and #Walter
Crane, assisted by Harriot Atchison
and Webb Hayes, had charge of the
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Honored at Tea
For the pleasure of Miss Margaret
McMillan, who came to the campus
this year as the new head resident
of Hendricks Hall, Mrs. Virginia
Judy Esterly entertained at an in
formal tea Tuesday afternoon, No
vember 15, from 3 to 5 o’clock.
Guests included house mothers
and wives of faculty members.
The tea table was attractively
ornamented by a centerpiece of yel
low asters with orange introduce*
into the color scheme by other
flowers. The room was lighted by
black candles in silver candle
Those who poured were Mrs. Let
tic Mowry, Miss Fanny McCamant,
and Miss Hazel Prutsmun.
Pledges of Kappa Sigma /were
busts to sophomores in the house at
a “collegiate” dance, Friday eve
ning, November 18, at the chapter
The rooms were cleverly decorated
with college pennants and signs of
every type and in one corner of
the room stood an old dilapidated
Ford body in Which the orchestra
was seated. Programs were minia
ture wooden paddles.
Patrons and patronesses included
Mr. and Mrs. Del Stannard, Mr. and
Mrs. David Graham, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack W. Benefiel.
Paul Hartmus had charge of the
Hendricks Hall entertained with
its annual informal dance Friday
night at the Woman’s building. Fu
turistic designs, in a color scheme
of red, blue, and yellow, constituted
the decorations for the ball room,
and the dance programs were made
in various geometric designs of dif
Patrons and patronesses were
President and Mrs. Arnold Bennett
Hall, Mr. and Mrs. George H. God
frey, Miss Margaret McMillan, and
Mr. Eugene Carr.
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A marriage of interest to many
people on the campus and in Port
land was that of Miss Helen Both
well, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles G. Bothwell, of Eugene, to
Mr. Samuel Wilderman, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Wilderman, of
Portland, which took place at the
St. Mary’s Episcopal church, Fri
day, November 18, Bevcreiul Fred
erick G. Jennings officiating.
The only attendants were Miss
Sonia Wilderman, sister of the
groom, and Mr. Easton Bothwell,
brother of the bride.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilderman left im
mediately after the ceremony for
Portland from where they will go
to San Francisco on a wedding trip.
•Upon their return they will make
their home in Eugene.
Mrs. Wilderman attended Beed
College and the University of Cali
fornia, and will continue studying
at the University of Ordgon winter
term. Mr. Wilderman is publicity
director and sports writer for the
University, and is enrolled in the
law school. He formerly attended
Beed College and the Northwestern
Richard Manning visited at his
home in Portland last week-end.
Kenneth Hobson, a former stu
dent at the University, and who is
at present attending the Southern
Oregon Normal School in Ashland,
was a guest at the Plii Sigma Kappa
house over the week-end.
Honoring their province deputy,
Mrs. L. L. Thompson, of Tacoma,
AVashington, Delta Delta Delta en
tertained at a faculty dinner, Fri
day evening, November 18, at the
Guests were Mrs. Arnold Bennett
Hall, Mrs. Virginia Judy Estcrly,
Dr. and Mrs. C. Y. Boyer, and Dean
■» * «•
Miss Louise Storla was a guest of
Chi chapter of Alpha Chi Omega at
Oregon State College in Corvallis
over the week-end,
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For the pleasure of their house
mother, Mrs. Addie Marsh, members
of Alpha Gamma Delta entertained
at an attractively appointed bridge
luncheon Saturday afternoon at 1
o’clock. Covers were placed for 27.
Guests included Dean Estcrly,
Mrs. Arnold Bennett Hall, Miss
Maude Kearns, Miss Margaret Mc
Millan, Miss Sue Badollet, Miss
Fanny McCamant, Mrs. J. O. Holt,
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Members of Mu Phi Epsilon, na
tional honorary music organization,
were hostesses at a benefit bridge
Saturday afternoon, November 19,
in the Eugene Chamber of Commerce
The Misses Frances Pierce, Har
riet Baldwin, Margaret Spencer,
Celeste Campbell, Mildred McAlis
ter, and Mrs. John Stark Evans and
Mrs. George Hopkins were the com
mittee in charge and the active
members were assisted by Eugene
alunmi of Mu Phi Epsilon.
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Honoring Iguaz Friedman, Polish
pianist, who played in a concert
Tuesday evening, November Id, at
the Woman’s building, Professor
and Mrs. W. F. G. Timelier enter
tained at a supper party for about
20 friends following the concert.
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One of the interesting affairs of
the week-end was the Open House
held by Dr. and Mrs. C. V. Boyer
at their new home on University
hill, Saturday evening, from 8 to II
Bronze liued chrysanthemums
were attractively arranged about
the reception and dining rooms, and
in the center of the table was a
large mound of flowers with the
autumn shades predominating.
Assisting during the evening were
Mrs. Rudolph Ernst, Mrs. Robert
Horn, Mrs. Earl Griggs, Miss Mar
garet Clark and Miss Florence
Mrs. L. A. Long of Hillsboro and
Mrs. Donald Long of Portland were
week-end visitors on the campus.
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Street and
their son, Robert, of Portland, were
guests of Miss Iiuth Street at the
Phi Mu house Saturday.
The Sigma Xu chapter house was
temporarily transformed into a Chi
nese habitation Friday evening,
when the members entertained at
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OPTOMETRIST — OPTICIAN
Next to First Nat’l. Bank
an informal dance. Oriental rugs,
panels, umbrellas, and lanterns were
hung about the rooms, and conform
ing to the decorative scheme, tea
and. rice cakes were served during
David Bauman had charge of the
affair, and patrons and patronesses
were Dr. and Mrs. F. N. Keron, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Coffey, and Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Carter.
* * #
A hunt club dance was sponsored
by the members of Friendly hall
Friday evening. Old historic guns
were hung about the room and a
shooting gallery was maintained
throughout the evening for the
amusement of the guests. Programs
consisted of small shotgun shells in
which the order of the dances was
Members of Phi Delta Theta were
hosts at an informal dance Friday
night at the chapter house. Chry
santhemums and evergreens were
used about the rooms in decorating,
and soft lighting effects were pro
duced by floor lamps.
Patrons and patronesses were Mr.
and Mrs. A. A. Rogers and Mr. and
Mrs. Kenneth Hudson.
Announcement of the marriage of
Miss Dorothy Wills to Mr. Jack
Edy in Albany, Sunday. November
Hi, is received with interest on the
campus. The bride attended the
University last year, and Mr. Edy
was registered in the University
Miss Wills was a member of Chi
: Omega and Mr. Edy a pledge of Chi
Alpha Tau Omega announces the
initiation into membership of Lieu
tenant George F. Herbert.
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E. H. S. CONCERT
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Direction of Delbert Moore
Tonight is “Turkey Night”—Come Early
Eugene Chest Drive
To Reach University 1
Staff This Morning
The campaign for meeting the
University’s qnota in the community
chest campaign for Eugene will bo-]
gin promptly at 10 o’clock this
morning. Under the leadership of
Professor Edgar E. JleCou of the j
mathematics department, an organ
ization has been perfected which
will reach faculty members in every
nook and corner of the campus.
The campus lias been divided in
to districts and lieutenants assigned
to each group. The force of solici
tors is sufficiently large to insure
that no one will have to see too
many “prospects.” The bnsis of
districting, for the faculty, is by
| building. In some of the more po
pulous buildings, workers have been
j assigned by floors. The drive will
j reach all University employees, and]
lieutenants have been assigned to
By thorough organization and
prompt action in reaching subscrib
ers in a fairly compact area, the
University committee hopes to com
plete the work of solicitation far
iu advance of the downtown com
mittee. Two campus organizations,
the United Christian Work, and the
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cies like the city Y. M. C. A. and the
boy and girl scouts, to which the
University employees have been
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