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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 27, 1929)
Spring C. C.
Schumaker Is President
Of Chamber Group
Thirty Secretaries Enroll
A committee to make plana for a
campaign which, it is hoped, will
result in the doubling of Oregon’s
population, was appointed at a meet
ing of those registered in the ninth
annual chamber of commerce sec
retaries short course held on the
University of Oregon campus March
19 to 211.
David E. Eaville, clean of the
University of Oregon school of busi
ness administration was appointed
as a member of this committee.
Other appointments included George
H. Mosser, Ashland; Earl C. Rey
nolds, Klamath Falls; Lynn Sabin,
Portland; and W.-.G. Ide, secretary
of the state chamber of comrfreree.
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected at the last luncheon, Sat
urday, March 23. Kent Sehumaker,
Hood River, was elected to take
the place of Ted Baker, Medford,
as president of tTie group. J. K.
Cramb, Bend, vice-president; and E.
C. Harlan, Portland, seerdtary
troasurer. The board of directors
for next year, will comprise Earl
G. Reynolds, Klamath Falls; W. E.
North, Baker; C. T. Baker, Med
ford; and Leonard Gilkey, Albany.
Thirty secretaries were registered
foT the course, which is a record
turnout, Dean Eaville declared yes
terday. Several speakers from out
side the state were included on the
program. Christy Thomas, manager
of the Seattle chamber, and «T. L.
Clymer, managing director of the
San Francisco retail merchants as
sociation, were the two main speak
ers on the program.
Ye Tabbard Inn of Sigma Upsi
lon, national writer’s fraternity,
announces the election to full mem
bership of Carvel Nelson, of Port
Jap Salesmen Pursue Their Prey
Boat Carries Stimson to U. S.
Oregon Musicians Tour in Orient
Dirty, impoverished, yet a color
ful seetion of tlie globe, where greed
for money hold the lower elasses in
a vise-like grasp.
Shyloek-shnmers. Go the tradi
tional Jew bookshop owner one
better with their bartering. Great
on cutting prices.
Human life is of little value.
Every Monday morning is execu
tion day for Chinese criminals at
Shanghai and heads are lopped off
with great knives. Poverty and
squalor on every hand.
These are a. few definitions given
out by a party rtf five Oregon musi
cians who returned last, week-end
from a 18,000-mile cruise to the
Orient wliiile playing aboard, the
S. S. President Pierce as the ship’s
They were .Tack (Bud) Bevnolds,
I Cliff Bird, A1 Woodruff, Gene Burt
and Merlin Drury.
Leaving Seattle two months ago,
the quintet weathered a rough voy
age across the Pacific. The big ship
often tilted at such rakish angles
that the orchestra men slid across
the hall where they were playing,
and grabbing one’s howl of soup as
one went sliding by was a favorite
in dining-room etiquette.
On their return trip from Manila
their boat earicd Henry .T. Stimson,
new secretary of state on Hoover’s
cabinet, to the United States to ac
cept his new employment. Big ova
tions and celebations marked his
journey across the waters and mem
bers of the orchestra had the oppor
tunity to converse with him on sev
Each port of call on their cruise
was the scene of new experiences.
In Tokyo they visited the imperial
palace and rode around all day in
a rickashaw behind a trotting brown
boy for about 30 cents.
In Shanghai they saw beggars on
rafts swarm around the scuppers of
the liner and catch garbage from
the galley’s in little nets on poles—
presto, we eat today'.
While there they also met Audrey
Jensen and Madelyn Dallas, two
Easter Gift Suggestions
Fine perfumes in attractive small packages—Coty, Houbigant,
Gabilla Dorsay, Le Grandi Famous “Breath of Spring,” a won
derful flower odor.
Whitman and Page & Shaw’s Fine Candies
KUYKENDALL DRUG CO.
870 Willamette St.
former Oregon girls, the latter beings
a teacher in the British settlement. J
Jap merchants with the Jew in
sinet (logged their steps (town dirty
Kobi streets, reducing their prices
at each block until one of them
bought a 40-yen kimona for six yens.
In Hong Kong a cent will hire
you a guide for a whole day.
For ten cents an hour they rented
little native carts in Manila, visited
the old Spanish forts, and, pene
trating into the tropical jungles
around Pasig, paid shy natives a
penny to pose for pictures.
Philippine theaters are crude af
fairs, but shown modern films to
mixed audiences of whites and 11a- j
After leaving Manila an epidemic
of spinal meningitis hit the natives
in the "steerage amt 13 Filipinos died
on the high seas.
While touring the island of Oahu
in tlu- Hawaiian group they saw
posters advertising the Oregon
Hawaii football game still nailed up
on walls ami buildings.
“We‘left, broke and got. back
broke,” Bud Reynolds said yester
day', “but we hail a whale of a lot
of fun sleeping, looking at movies
on' board ship, running around ports
of call, and playing a couple of
Spring Sport Chances
Good for Webfoots
(Continual from Pape One)
the title. He is. a two-year letter
man and a senior, so will get his
last chance this season. Dave Mason,
Pies and Cakes
Colonial Theatre Bldg.
78G E. 11th
Special 25c Plate Luncb
you can’t go home...
send mother Easter Lilies
Remember that mother
■ is home . • * thinking
of you. Send Easter Lilies!
We’ll gladly take care of all
As members of the Florists Telegraph Delivery As
sociation we telegraph flowers with safety to any
790 13th East
LAST TIMES TONIGHT
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“THE RED DANCE”
This is the second of a
series of weekly chats—
look closely—this program
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“The Student’s Drug Store”
wlio has recovered from injuries re
ceived in football, is another IoOjm
mnn candidate for third. Harold
Blackburn, a sophomore is a third
Reinhart has a strong group of
candidates for the outfield pos: ions.
This trio was one of the most feared
on the coast last year an'1 probably
will resist all attacks from new
comers this year. It includes Have
Epps, (’otter Oonld, and Ray Ed
wards. Other pyoyiijing candidates
are Kramer Barnes, Harold Olinc r,
and Cliff Horner. • ■
Sigma Pi Tati anno- aces the
pledging of Fred Reehi'l, Gresham,
and Hubert Bonebr.uk , of Portland.
To bo vVoll Groomod
YE OLDE OREGON
NEW AND OLD
There are no memories
quite so dear as of those
hours spent, by the mill
, . race in the springtime.
Meet your friends at
Miss If. Crane Rrfr i ns
1 o Classes »» French
Miss Helen Ci , of tlie renin’
language ile.p ,unt., lias let- ,ed
ii» her wort instructor of leneh.
Miss Ore was forced < give up
her wor\ arly last ter”.’because of
an aC ndicitis oponO a, but. she de
da - i she is now .■cling fine ami
is eady for spr;;.g term work. Her
sister, Miss Christina Crane, former
teacher of French and Spanish, who
was (>• <1 upon for appor ' \ li oi
at t1 uine time, will not turn to
li" jidverslty work Pm term, liut
.viil rltnuin at liom in Eugene.
After the game cross the
street and he refreshed at—
Orey Bell Confectionery
Opp. Tennis Courts
and of course you must have an
It Just Isn’t Done
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simple attractive one that will give the becoming finish to
your spring ensemble.
A new shipment of Oago hats has just arrived—new felt
and straw combinations priced at
Next to First National Bank
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They are full eifj? anti roomy and unusualfy well tailored',
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which means greater‘comfort and linger wear.
splendid tailoring givtjs every1'Mandalay garment its beauty
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