Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 11, 1928, Page 6, Image 6

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    Praise Given
Rockefeller
Attempt To Dismiss Chief
Earns Oil Magnate
Good Name
fPv United T’rPSfl''
WASHINGTON, May 10.—Senate
Teapot Home investigators today
praised John I). Rockefeller, Jr., for
his attempt to oust Robert W. Ste
wart ns head of the Standard Oil
company of Indiana, as United
States Attorney Leo Rover prepared
to ask a grand jury here today for
a perjury indictment against the oil
man.
Rover, noting on senate orders re
sulting from the same eireumstnncos
which caused Rockefeller to act in
the house cleaning attempt, said
l.e would go before the grand jury
today to lay before it the record of
Stewart's conflicting testimony be
fore the Teapot Home inquiry. Sena
tors Thomas J. Walsh, of Montana,
and Gerald I’. Nye, of North Hako
ta, the directors of the investigation,
applauded Rockefeller’s action, ex
pressing their belief that in it lay a
fulfillment of hope for a general
drive to clean up the business.
Walsh, the prosecuting attorney of
the original Teapot Home inquiry
of 1923-24, as well as the recent ony ]
into the Hontinental Trading com-!
] any deal, which finally disclosed
Stewart's one-fourth participation [
in mysterious profits of $3,000,000,
noted that Rockefeller’s act followed
immediately upon a U. S. chamber,
of commerce advocacy of a house
cleaning. Speculation centered to
day on possibility of success of the
(lister movement. Senate observers
, pointed out that Rockefeller told the
Teapot Home committee two months
ago that the holdings of his family
and the various Rockefeller founda
tions amounted to. less than 20 per
cent of the total of the stock of thej
Standard Oil company captained by
St ewa it.
Senator Walsh's statement said lie
loped “that, at last the business'
world is waking up to the enormity!
of the offenses which have been re
vealed.”
“We are utterly at a loss in every
sense if such conduct may pass mi
ll linked ns well ns unpunished,”
Walsh said.
Senator Nye congratulated Rocke
feller on the stand taken, adding
that “there is probably some room
for complaint that such action was
not token sooner.”
R. D. Horn Is Guest
Of Extension Class
A dinner in honor of Robert D.
Horn nml Mrs. Horn, wns given nt
You
Find the Date
and the
Flowers
Then Phone
1970
and
we’ll brinp the two to
pe! her with dispatch
Pacific
Messenger
Service
(lie Anchorage on Wednesday eve
ning. May 9, by ttie members of Mr, |
Horn’s evening extension classes of I
Eugene.
Mr. TIorn is leaving after the
summer session for the east, where
he expects to get his master’s de
gi ec.
Dan Clark To Speak
At Portland Center
The annual dinner of the faculty
ot the Portland extension center will
be held on Saturday evening, May
12, at the University club.
Dr. Dan E. Clark, assistant direc
tor of the extension division, who
has just recently returned from the
rest, where he attended the conven
tion of the National Association of
University Extension Divisions, will
address the group on “The Present
Movement in University Extension
and Adult Education.”
Technicians Course
Provokes Interest
The laboratory technicians course
which is being planned by the Port
land extension center will definitely
materialize, according to Alfred
Powers, dean of the extension divi
sion.
Requests for* information have
belli coming in from Washington,
Idaho, and all parts of Oregon, ac
cording to Mr. Powers, and all in
dications point to a large enrollment.
Linen
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Knickers
Will Get
Dirty
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Youf white linen
knickers will per
sist in getting dirty.
The only and the
best way to keep
them white and
clean is to phone
825
New
Service
Laundry
MOTHER’S DAY
Send Her Flowers
Tlit» beauty, the fragrance, the romance of flowers
serves as no other means does to carry your message
of love and devotion
Corsages for visiting mothers
Hoses, carnations, sweet peas, snapdragons
Extensive selections in bouquets
Member of the
Florist Telegranh Delivery Association
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Over 100 Actors
On Senior Play
Midsummer Night’s Dream
Elaborate Affair
Pup tn tho intense work which the
presentation of “Midsummer Night’s
Dream,” the 1928 eommeneement
play, is going to take, Miss Wilbur
has found it. necessary to turn her
freshman class o^r to Harriet Haw
kins, student of drama, for the rest
of the year.
The class is busy now, working on
“Alice in Wonderland,” a play which
they hope to present at Guild theatre
srine time before school is out. Miss
Hawkins has had several leads, most
ly character roles, in the plays given
this year.
“I have every confidence in Har
riet’s ability to jiandlo my class, for
besides being capable in the drama
work, she is most dependable,” Miss
Wilbur said when she announced the
appointment.
The production of the Shakespear
ean play is going to involve more
work than has ever been demanded
by any previous production. The
entire east will include approximate
ly 100 students. Rehearsals will be
difficult to manage since there will
be three distinct groups, the actors,
the dancers hnd fairies, and the mu
sicians.
Mendelssohn’s “Overture” will be
used by the members of the Univer
sity orchestra for the musical atmos
phere. A stage, which will accom
modate sixty musicians, will have to
be erected over the race.
Miss Wilbur has been working out
a tentative sketch arranging for the
two stages gnd the bleachers. After
conferring with Madame McGrew,
the drama director will name those
who will have song leads.
Leads for the play, which will be
given .Tunc 8, have beer, appointed
and are now holding early rehearsals.
The list of dancers and fairies will
be completed soon, and work on the
various groups will get under way.
The play, as it is being planned, will
be one of the most colorful rpd ef
fective performances ever given at
the University.
UNIVERSITY OF WASHING
TON, Seattle, May 10— (P.I.P.)—
Vernon Louis, professor of English at
the University of Washington, whose
As easy to remember as your A. B. C.’s—
For •good service and clean clothes
CALL 2-5-2
The Domestic Laundry
Whitman’s Candy
Jimmy Baker,‘22
Says
—“We’ll wVap and mail Mother’s
Day candy to any place in the
world.
Just drop in or phone, and* we
wijl do, the rest.
Eugene, Oregon
Frocks Take Many V*
To Smartness This Summer Season
Pleats, tucks, contrasting
bands, ruffles, tiers and drapes
— all of these are ways to
Fashion approval this spring
and summer. A score of
modes appeal for every occa
sion.
Plain Colors—Prints
Bright shades and pastel tones
—-they are both included,, as well
as gay, individual prints that are
a favorite of fashion.
Lace—Ruffles—•
Draperies Soften
the Line
13
A decidedly feminine tendency is
apparent in frocks of every kind—
particularly georgette and chiffon
tends toward softer, flattering lines.
book “Main Currents of American
Thought’’ won the $2000 Pulitzer
award, has spent In years on the
work, and has written a history of
American culture from 1620 to 1860.
His prize was the highest award
offered.
Pageant Will Depict
Magna Cbarta Signing
° ° 0 ° ® o o «
—
UNIVERSITY OF WASHING
TON, Seattle, May 10—(P.I.P.)—
Produced for the first time in the
United States, a pageant depicting
the signing of the Magna Charta
will be presented in the University
Pavillion at the convention of the
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1128 Alder
American Bar Association here July
20, the dramatie art department an
nounced Monday.
Aviation Department
Possible at U. C. L. A.
U. C. L. A., Los Angeles, May 10
— (P.I.k)—That the United States,
navy department favors the estab
lishment of a ground school of avia
tion, possibly in conjunction with
the University of California, at
Los ' Angeles, was indicated last
week by a communication received
from officers of the department, at
Washington by Harry Tafe, presi
dent. of the aero club here.
“The navy department is anxious
that a ground course be established
in the city of Los Angeles which
will give the instruction necessary
before af student is allowed to take
flight training,” the letter stated.
Lieutenant A. P. Flagg wrote it. in
reply to pertinent inquiries by Tafe.
An Artistic
Photograph
i
Is a Joy Forever
We Make That Kind
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Kennell-Ellis Studio
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Here’s the Newes.
Combination XX Plan Value
cAt-Home
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i
As Cheerful As Though a Ray of
Sunshine Was Sewn In Every One
A Wealth of Materials,
Colors, Trimmings, and
Patterns Makes Selection
a Pleasure
Every At-Home Frock is made of
material produced by Marshall Field
& Company, Wholesale. Such well
known quality fabrics as “Scotch
Dundee” Dimity, “Crystal” Batiste,
and“Brighton”Cambricwere printed
in cheerful, summery designs and
colors exclusively for this occasion.
They have smart individual touches
in Organdie, Dotted Swiss, and Broad
cloth trimmed collars, sleeves and
pockets. Many have gay ribbons and
contrasting colored piping.
This Combination XX Plan
brings yon another quality Item at a great aa
ing. All At-Home Frock* were produced for
us and thousand* of othcrmcrchants coopera
ting oa this Plan.
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Six Styles In
spired by the
demands of
American
Women
Sizes:
Misses,Small,
Medium,
Large
NOW ON SALE
EUGENE’S OWN
STORE