Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 30, 1929, Page 4, Image 4

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    Get On Boat
If You Would
Go On Cruise
Alaska Summer Seliool
Trip Will Close
Bookings Soon
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Regular Sessions to Start
Here on June 21
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Registration for Oregon’s float
ing summer seliool, which will make
a two-weeks’ trip to Alaska in
August, will close on April 1, Al
fred Powers, dean, announced yes
The Steamship Queen, of Hie Ad
miral line, has been chartered for
the trip, and will carry a group of
about 185 students and a staff of
faculty member^ including a num
ber of distinguished men of other
universities, Dean Powers announc
ed. The Queen will leave Seattle
August 8 with the group of stu
Regular summer sessions of I lie
university will be held on the l'lu
gene campus and at Portland from
June 24 to August 2. The post
session to Alaska will follow, mak
ing it possible for the student to
take a ten weeks’ summer course,
including the Alaska trip and earn
a total of 15 term hours of univer
sity credit.
Courses will be given in geog
raphy, geology, Pacific coast his
tory, anthropology, journalism, Eng
lish, art, biology, and botany, on
board the steamer.
Degree Team of
•Craftsman Club
Stages Exercise
Meeting at Junction City
Presided Over by
Senator Bailey
Members' of the degree team of
the loeal Craftsman club exempli
fied the master mason degree to a
group of Harrisburg and .function
City men Thursday evening at a
joint meeting held in Junction City.
The banquet, at. -which Senator
Eil Bailey was toastmaster, was
given in honor of Ike Sanders, Har
risburg, who has been in masonry
for (i.'i years.
During the term the loeal team
will confer degrees at Springfield,
Cottage Grove, Marshfield and Co
Those who made the trip to Junc
tion City were Professor A. B. Still
man, chairman of the degree team;
Behind Shaw, master; Boss Glass,
T. W. Hargreaves, Alex Scott,' Bob
Kelly, Raymond Wood, Ed Schenk,
Ered Wade and John Davis.
Graduate Assistant
Here Awarded Post
Beatrice Mason, graduate assist
ant in physics who will take her
master’s degree in that department
this .1 line, has been elected to an
instruetorship in the junior college
at Marysville, California. She is
majoring in physics and minoring
in mathematics.
Most of her attention at Marys
ville will be given to teaching
geometry and calculus. She was
president of the campus math club
here last year, and is a member of
both Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Ki.
Late Editions Added
To Library Rent Shelf
“Mr. ami Mrs. Beans,” by Robert
L. Dickey, is one of the books most
recently added by tho library to its
rent sliclf. It is a collection of
illustrated dialogues that deal chief
ly with tho domestic life and trou
bles of tlio Beaus family, which
consists of a pair of Boston bull
terriers and their progeny.
Another new book is “Further
Poems of Emily Dickinson.” Con
tents of the volume were for some
time withheld from publication by
the poetess’ sister, Bavin ia. It has
been recently edited by her niece,
Martha Dickinson Bianelii, and Al
fred Late Dampen.
Another recent addition®3s a ro
mance on the life of Byron, *‘Tlie
Shattered..Hearty”- -by H. Bonbon
Page. Others on the shelf were,
’“S’tonc Desert,” by Hugo Wast;
“.Stonewall .Tackson, the Good Sol
diet',” by Allen Tate; and “Lafay
ette,” by Joseph Dell oil.
The annual art number of the
Italian magazine, “L’lllustrazionc
Italians,” arrived during spring
vacation. It consists of 70 pages,
12 by 10 inches, and contains many
fine illustrations,' etchings, half
tones and engravings.
Salem High Team
To Play Oregon
Basketball Five
Games to Be Scheduled
With Schools for Post
Schedule of Men
Tli(> Salem high school basketball
team will play a team composed of
men from this year’s varsity and
freshman squads tonight at 7:30 in
McArthur court. This may be the
forerunner of similar contests be
tween Oregon and high school teams
for post season training. The games
have the sanction of William J.
Keinhart, Oregon head basketball
At forwards Oregon will have
Billy Keenan, star of this year’s
freshman team, and Max Kiiben
stien, flashy varsity prospect from
the 11)38 freshmen, .'lean Eborhart
and Cliff Horner, center and guard
on this year’s varsity who were in
strumental in Oregon’s first con
ference victory over O. >S. will
fill these posts tonight. Keith Em
mons or Windsor Calkins, both from
the varsity squad, will fill the other
guard berth.
Thursday night Oregon played
the “Ducks,” an independent Salem
aggregation, in Salem and won 80
27. A return game will In' played
next Thursday in Eugene.
Schools Vote to Run
Meets on Schedules
Colleges .and universities in the
northern division of the Pacific
Coast conference recently voted on
1 lie order m wind)
conference track
events will be run
off in bofli dual
a ii d conference
meets, according
to an announce
ment recently re
ceived by Jack
Benefiel, graduate
manager of tho
V n i \' o r s i t y of
Following 1 h e
Jack Bcncficl desire of the par
ticipating institu
tiims, track cvcnta will bo run off
in tho following order: for track
events -100-yuril dasli, mile run,
140-vard dash, high hurdles, L’HO
vnrd dash, 880-yard run, low hur
dles, two-mile run, mile relay; for
field events—pole vault, high jump,
broad jump, shot put, discus threw
md javelin throw.
-Members of the conference plan
o make out the 11K10 schedule at a
neeting set for dune .Id, 11 and lo
n Spokane.
Mrs. Young in Eugene
Mrs. F. 0. Young, widow of the
ate Or. P. (I. Young, until recently
i member of the university faculty,
mil her daughter, Frances, arrived
a Eugene yesterday morning by
lutomobile for a week-end social
mil business visit. Miss Young is
i teacher at Grant high in Portland.
Spring Term 1 ormul.s
Your spring formal will carry an air
of grace anil dignity in the Bugeno hotel
hall room blended with distinctive din
ner service and excellent food. The ball
room will amply accommodate any organ
ization dances the floor has been im
proved by a recent sanding.
Call 200 for reservations and avail
able dates.
Spring Weather
Puts Ginger in
Tennis Players
Coach Abercrombie Looks
Over His Formidable
Array of Stars
First, tennis-practice "for the Ore
gon varsity was held Wednesday
I afternoon under the supervision of
Coach Edward Ab
Iererombie. Three
meets have Tiefii
scheduled up to
the present time
by graduate man
's ager Jack Bene
|f fid. The confer
enee season for
the Webfoots will
| open against Ore
| gon State May 4
at Corvallis. On
May 11 the Uni
versuy or vvasn
. jngj01J tennis
Howard Shaw team meets Ore
gon in a dual
moot at fhigene and a week later
members of the two teams enter
the annual coast conference cham
pionships, to he held this year at
Los Angeles May 17.
Seven men are listed by Coaeli
Ahererombie as members of the
squad. They are Bradshaw Harri
son, holder of the majority of ama
teur singles titles on the coast;
I Stanley Almquist, brilliant sopho
] more who has been fighting nearly
on a par with Harrison for leader
ship of the Oregon team; Henry
Nccr, two year let lei man and win
ner of the Pacific coast collegiate
title in 1927; Clare Hartman and
Mel Cohn, lettennen; Tilman Pet
erson, member of the squad last
year; and Chester Anderson, candi
date from last, year’s freshman team.
A serious blow was dealt to Ore
gon tennis hopes when ShermSn
Lockwood, ranked with the top three
on the varsity, was injured in an
automobile accident last term.
Lockwood lias nearly recovered,
however, and should be in fair con
dition for the first meets of the
season. Howard Slmvv, another good
prospect for the varsity, did not
return to school this term.
Prospects for a coast champion
ship are much better this year than
for several seasons. Harrison, Alin
qnist, Lockwood and JSIeer, rank
among the foremost collegiate play
ers in the country. Stanford, coast
champions for several consecutive
years, will bo Oregon’s strongest
Graduate Assistant
Candidates Selected
Four recommendations for gradu
ate assistant appointments have
been made by the graduate council.
Those recommended were John II.
Truesdail, University of Redlands,
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Redlands, California, anil Fraiici^ T.
Jones, Pacific university, Forest
Grove, Oregon, in the department of
chemistry; Donald Wilkinson, Ore
gon, and Farrell Barnes, Oregon, in
the geology department.
Wilkinson’s recommendation was
that he be made a teaching fellow
and Barnes’ that his appointment to
the position ho has been holding as
graduate assistant in the place of a
resigned assisfhnt be confirmed.
Frosli Take to ° \
McArthur Gym
To Avoid Rain
Yearling Baseball Athletes
Work on Fundamentals
Inside and Out
Rain forced aspirants for 1he
freshman baseball team to work out
in McArthur court on Thursday and
Friday, after training during the
first portion of the week on the
outside field.
Sliding, infield practice, pepper
games, and playing catch we:re in
cluded in the activities within the
Igloo. For the opt door practice hit
ting and catching fly balls had been
stressed. No infielding had been
undertaken as the field was too wet
to be worked into proper shape.
According to Spike Leslie, head
frosh coach, there is an abundance
of infielders, but the squad is short
of outfielders and pitchers. No
early games have been definitely
scheduled, but if is expected that
the Eugene high nine will bo met
in about two weeks. An average of
35 players have reported daily this
Muller Finishes Work
Dr. Gustav Muller has finished a
cycle of philosophical poems deal
ing with outstanding philosophical
personalities. The work will be
published in the near future.
Arthur C. Hicks,
Professor, Plans
Recital on Piano
English Instructor Will
Present Program Here
On April 2
Arthur C. Hicks, instructor in
English, will give a piano recital
April 2, at 8:15 in the auditorium
'of the school of music. Hicks holds
;i Muilliard extensityi scholarship
from the ,Tu|lliard foundation for
furtherance of music; which has
headquarters in New York City.
The program will he divided inio
three parts:
Pastorale Variee . Mozart
Sonata Quasi Una Fantasia,
Op, 27, No. 1 . Beethoven
Allegro Molto •
Adagio con Espressione
Allegro Vivace
Barcarolle in A Minor....Moszkowki
I Gavotte in A Minor . Hopkins
Vogel als Prophet . Schumann
Rhapsodic in G Minor
Op. 7i), No. 2 . Brahms
Concerto in I) Minor
Op 2d .„. MacDowell
Larghetto Cnlmato
Presto Giocoso
Largo, Molto Allegro
Orchestral accompaniment played hy
Frances Pierce, Organist
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Thacher May Write
New Eugene Pageant
Provided present plans to revive
the pageant “Klatawa,” given dur
ing the three day “Trail to Rail”
celebration in Eugene three years
ago, are approved, W. F, G. Thacher,
professor of advertising, will begin
work on writing a new pageant for
this year’s celebration.
The movement that resulted in the
The nearest approach to
mother’s own!
Our lunches are as much like mother’s
as we can make them. Try one!
The “tk"
We have all this
and more too
Lemon ‘0’ Pharmacy
13th & Alder
settlement of the Oregon country,
and things of pioneer and historic
interest will he commemorated in
the pageant which will he held at
the end of the university summer
session. The city of Eugene, Lane
county, and the state at large will
he invited to participate in the
Hugh Rosson, part-time professor
in the law sfchool, has already ac
cepted the position as general man
ager of the celebration.
Kappa Sigma announces the pledg
ing of Robert Beck, Pendleton.
Registration Mark
This Term at 2639
Registration in the university
reaelierl a total of 2G39 students yes
terday. Tliis number was 25 greater
than that of spring term a year ago.
Registration will be permitted until
April 6.
Gets Pendleton Job
Gertrude E. Tolle, graduate as
sistant .in mathematics, has been
elected to a position in mathematics
at Pendleton high, where she will
teach next fall.
First Church of Christ, Scientist
of Eugene
Monday, April 1
at 8 p. m.
John Randall Dnnn, C. S. P>.
of Boston, Mass.
A member of the Board of Lectureship of The Mother Church,
the First Church of Christ, Scientist iu Boston, Mass.
Women’s $1.G5 “McCallum’s” Silk Hose $1.29
Special Group of Women’s Purses Half Price
Home Remidies
At Cut-Rate Prices
—ITcalth 'building tonics for this time of the year arc very bene
ficial especially in the spring. These nationally known tonics
are compounded according to government standards, insuring the
best ingredients obtainable.
—For that tired, “run-down” feeling, so common in the spring
of the vear, you should have something to tone your system.
For reliability come to the May Stores Inc. Home Remedy De
$1.00 Citro Carbonate .... 95c
$1.00 Caraid and Bile
Salts . 95c
$1.20 Bromo Selt/.er . 1.00
Epsom Salts, one pound 15c
$1.20 Syrup of Pepsin .... 1.10
00c Syrup of Pepsin . 54c
Abrosbent Cotton, one
pound roll .— 59c
10-ounce bottle Puroline
Mineral Oil . 69c
10-ounce bottle Pure Nor
wegian Cod Diver Oil .... 89c
Prescription, cut-rate.$1.10
16-ounce bottle Rubbing
Alcohol, cut-rate . 59c
75e Vick's Vapo Rub .... 69c
$1.25 Creomulsion . 1.19
$1.25 Lidia E. Pinkhani’s 1.10
$2.00 S. S. S., cut-rate.... 1.85
$1.25 S. S. S., cut-rate .... 1.19
$1.20 Scotts Emulsion .... 1.08
00c Scotts Emulsion .... 54c
$1.00 Squibbs Man cm 1 Oil 80c
$1.00 Squibbs Cod Liver
Oil . 80c
$1.25 Salicon, cut-rate .. 1.00
85c Jad Salts . 75c
Oil, mint flavored . 80c
$1.50 Petrolager, cut
rate . 1.25
'$1.25 Aspirin, cut-rate .... 1.15
$1.25 Absortine Jr. 1.15
00c Zemo, cut-rate . 54c
$1.00 Zonito, cut-rate .... 90c
05c Zonite, cut-rate. 55c
,$1.00 Ilorlick’s. Malted
$1.25 Dr. Price’s Favorite
Milk, cut-rate price . 80c
$1.25 Dr. Price’s Golden
Medical Discovery . 1.10
$1.15 Swamp Boot . 1.15
00c Swamp Boot . 54c
$1.00 Dr. Milne’s Ner
vine . 95c
$1.00 Squibbs Cod Liver
For the new dress or
coat that you need, to com
plete your spring ward
robe. Perhaps a wool and
silk ensemble, georgette,
paisley effects or any
other of the good looking
Anil tin'll the smart new sleeveless dress in many
different materials and clue styles priced at—
$19.75 and up
Yel'et coats of excellent quality materials in tail
ored styles.
$19.75 and up
Next to Miner Bldg.
Sid Says:
“Manicure make-up” by Max Factor is decidedly new
Liquid Nail Enamel Remover, 50c
Cuticle Remover, 50c
Cuticle Cream, 50c
Nail White, 50c
Liquid Nail Enamel, 50c
Powder Polish, 50c
Nail Tint, 50c
Lemon Cleansing Cream
Face Powder
Lip Stick
Eye Shadow