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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 23, 1929)
Students Who Have Paid
Should Obtain Year
Books at Office
Long List of Names Issued
By Circulation Clerks
A surprising number of students
lutve paid for their Oreganos and
not railed for them, it was an
nounced yesterday by Jack Betic
It wguld bo greatly appreciated
by the office if those who have not
obtained their annuals would do so
by the end of the week.
The following list of names haS
Henry Calloway, riiillip Carroll.
Paul Clark, William Cruikshank,
Robert Cummins, Lynn Downs, Glen
Ede, Dave Epps, Isaac' Eebes, Ed
ward Fisher, Olev Frigonrd, John
Calev, Myron Griffin, Nolan Hallo
wed, Bob Hammond, Ermin Harper,
Ed Hawkins, .John Heltzel, Ennis
Keizer, Frank Kistner, Harry Lamb,
Wallace Larkin, John Long, Nelson
McCook, Reynold MacDonald, G. L.
^ Love McGee, Vernon McGee,
Dick Marshall, Harold Olinger, Boyd
Ovorhulse, W. P. Palmberg, Glenn
Parker, John Pcnland, Bill Preble,
Gardner Rapp, Llewellyn Ross.
George Sehade, Wallace Shearer,
William Sievcrs, Conan Smith,
George Tobbofts, jJoIiii D. Ten,
Henry Thielsefi, W. X. Thomas,
Carey Thomson, Seth Thompson,
Bruce Titus, Tom White, Monte
Wolf, Albert Wright, Frankie
Adams, Barbara Ames, Mrs. Eliza
beth Bickel, Lucile Bowman, Thelma
Burton, Jane Burniester, Margaret
Barratt, AI a belle Beakley.
Snda Marie Chambers, Mrs. Pru
dence Clark, Louise (Tcndning, Cc
cile Coss, Jane Cullers, Helen Carl
sen, Bessie Davie, Jennie Delzel,
Dorothy Derlcth, Marjorie Elwards
Jewel Ellis, Dorothy Belle Endieott,
Adalia Everts, Alary Ferj-aHyGtnflyV
Foster, Blanche Griggs, Evelyn
Hamilton, Barbara Hedges.
Margaret Hedges, Alladine Hollis
ter, Helen Holt, Mary Hunt, Mar
garet 'Hurley, Id,a 'Htyi'ulin, Rose
Huston, Ruth Jackson, Annette G.
Gern, Charlotte Kiefer, Nina Kitts,
Alice Krael, Ethel Linklater, Mabel
* Kullander, Lucile *Lafsoh, Sally Lu
Myrtle Daniels, Mae McFadgen,
Afton Marinelle, Rebecca Morgan,
Naomi Moshberger, Jane Muuk,
Madge Xormile, Margaret Ntlgcnf.
Helen Prang, Eunice Pavne, Doris
Pattersofl; Maxine Paulson. Marion
Pennington, Marjorie Peyton, Mary
Phillips, Cofraine Pierce, Grace
Rasmussen, Ruth Ray, Virginia
Virginia Russell, Ruth Smith,
Helen Stickney, Clarice Stewart,
Esther Saager, Marguerite Seliicr
bauni, Pauline Sclmele, Peril Simp
son, Madolyn Snvtler, Prudence
Spight, Esther Taylor, Nancy Thicl
Bonita Tichenor, Margaret Tucker,
Given Turner, Amy Van Horn, Ruth
Van Schoohoven, Gladys Vatnsdal,
Virginia Vaughn, Dorothy Wade,
Doris Wells , Katherine Westra,
Louise Wilhelm, Ruby Williamson
Edith Winestone, Bertha Zachary.
By LA VINA HICKS
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Members of the Eugene Mother’s
dub of Sigma Kappa entertained
members of the sorority at dinner at
the home of Mrs. Andrew Hill Wed
nesday evening. Those who acted as
hostesses included Mrs. Richard
Shepard, Mrs. George Parker, Mrs.
Mary Jackson, Mrs. Margaret Cush
man, Mrs. J. F. Reynolds, Mrs. A
Aehfernian, and Mrs. Andrew Hill.
Bill Hayward Talks
At Emerald Hour
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for a eloscly-centested meet, he said.
Those Oregon alumni who may
have listened in on last night’s
program were probably pleased and
surprised to hear Hayward intro
duced as “long may she wave” Hay
ward. They will no doubt recall
the famous battle cry used years
ago in Hayward's honor at the end
of each yell.
John Heltzel sang “The Sea,” and
“Alone.” Amy Hughes sang “May
the Maiden,” “An Old Song,” and
“I Wonder.” The three numbers
sung by Pate were “Siftin' Think
in’,” “Sea Chair,” and “Viking
Song.” Gladys Foster played the
piano accompaniments for all the
Friday night Professor L. O.
Wright, professor of romance lan
guages, will talk on “Whither Me*
complete 'tire broadca'st.
Jack Hempstead, associate editor
of the Emerald, is in charge of all
the programs over the local station.
Hayward to Coach Women
Women in the senior education
class will receive a little expert in
struction in the tricks of track
Thursday, when Bill Hayward, var
sity track coach, will take the class
over. This is the first time that he
has ever coached a group of women.
Phi Psis Ahead
In Donut Water
Play Changed Temporarily
For Swim Week; May
Swim Before 3 P. M.
Donut Water Polo Standings
Phi Psi .5. 0 1.000
Kappa Sigma.3 2 .000
independents .I! 2 .000
Phi Sigma Kappa....2 3 .400
Betas .1 3 .250
Fi.jis .1 3 .250
A. T. 0.1 3 .250
“Everybody Swim Week” has
temporarily halted progress in in
tramural water polo. Two hard
ball league games, Phi Psi vs. Phi
Sigma Kappa and Kappa Sigma vs.
Independents are waiting for a suit
able time to play. Coach Aber
crombie has issued a call for teams
to notify him in case they are able
to play before three any afternoon
this week, as the grade school stu
dents occupy the pool after that
The winner of the Kappa Sig-Tn
dependent tilt will got a crack at
the league-leading Phi Psis in a
two-game series. Should the leaders
lose both games, a tie' would re
sult and ultimately a play-off for
Sehroeder of the Phi Sigs is
ahead in points scored with eight
to his credit. McKim, A. T. O.,
and Hadfield, Independent, are tied
for second place in individual honors
with seven each, while Jean Eber
hart, Kappa Sig, has caged six.
Tennis Team May
Vie With U. of Texas
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gon is foirtunate in having two un
usually good doubles combinations,
Neer and Almquist making up a duo
very nearly as good as the first
team, which is composed of Harri
son and Lockwood.
Both of these teams won their
taiFclfts wiffi 'fficf crack Stanford
team early this Week, and it was
their work which enabled Oregon
to defeat Stanford by a 4 to 2 score,
since the same players only sue
13th W. at Lawrence
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FIRST AND ONLY SHOWING IN EUGENE
THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY
The Year’s Greatest
Fresli from their triumphs in
“Flesh and the Devil,” the
most sensational pair of screen
lovers tlie world has known
now appear in a production
never equalled for galaxy; of
star names concerned in it.
Adapted from the famous
First Run Comedy
STAN LAUREL and OLIVER HARDY
in “SHOULD MARRIED MEN GO HOME”
7 and 9 p. u».
Sigma I’i Ta'u vs. Chi Psi at
3:30; Phi Delta Theta vs. Gamma
hall. 3:30; Phi Sigma Kappa vs.
Alpha Upsilon, 4:30; Sigma Alpha
Epsilon vs. Kappa Sigma, 4:30.
eroded in getting an even break out
of the four singles matches.
In the intercollegiate tournament
held at Los Angeles last Friday and
Saturday, Harrison and Lockwood
won coast doubles championship for
. Oregon by defeating Doog and
Wheatley of Stanford in the finals.
The proposed meet with the Tex
an team offers Oregon a real op
portunity to gain national recogni
tion through the ability of its ten
| nis players, believes Abercrombie.
“Oregon has just eliminated Stan
| ford from any claim to the national
i title,” he commented, “and I bc
1 lieve that we have the balance and
the power to defeat Texas also.
“Our chances in the national tour
nament are equally bright. I ex
j pect to see both of our doubles
teams seeded, and they should both
stay in the running into the semi
i finals. There is even a strong pos
sibility that there will be an all
Oregon final in the doubles—Harri
son and Lockwood pitted against
Neer and Almquist.”
Western schools have a habit of
winning the national doubles cham
pionships, according to Abercrom
bie. In the past six years, Prince
ton has been the only eastern school
to win the doubles. Texas won
twice, California twice, and Stan
“This year is Oregon’s turn,”
says the coach.
Members of the athletic commit
lee and the finance committee,
which are to consider the proposed
trip this morning are: Athletic, Joe
MeKcown, John Anderson, Prof. H.
C. Howe, I)r. D. Stanard, Virgil D.
Earl, and Jack W. Benefiel.
Finance: John Anderson, Arthur •
Anderson, Helen Webster, Karl W. f
Onthank, and Jack W. Benefiel. ^
Order Issued to
R. O. T. C. During
All Cadet Officers Express
Gratitnde to Members
Of Basic Courses
The lust battalion parade of fho
R. (). T. 0., which whs held yester
[ diiy at d o'clock on the parade
grounds, was marked by the read
ing of a special order issued on the
The order was as follows:
May 22, 1929.
“Headquarters, 1st Regiment,
University of Oregon,
Special Order No. 1.
The cadet officers, advanced corps
of the University of Oregon R. O.
T. ('., wish to express their appre
ciation to the members of the basic
courses for the friendly spirit of
cooperation given to the student of
ficers during the past school year.
The senior officers, who tonight
participate in their last parade, wish
the greatest degree of success to
those of you who are to carry on.
Ut. Coi. F. \V. McKenna,
Bv L. K. Bar throng. Adjutant/’
Major Tierney, inspecting officer
for tlic unit, completed his two days
inspection of the corps and was the
honored reviewing officer.
Commander of the troo]>s for tho
parade was Francis McKenna, bat
talion adjutant was Major L. K.
Harthrong. Company commanders
were Wade Ncwbegin, Bat frier Schle
gel, Larry Shaw, and Robert Keeney.
Library Wants Books
The library administration is re
questing all members of the faculty
an(t all students to bring in library
books which they no longer need as
soon as possible so as to reduce the
congestion which always occurs at
the end of the term.
According to university regula
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t meiflbei's of tlio senior class to ac
count fof all books charged to them
and to pay all bills incurred before
their diplomas will be issued.
Senior Class Women
To Hold Track Meet
A track meet will be staged by
the women of the senior class in
physical education at 8 a. in., Wed
nesday, May -0, according to Krn
estine Troemel, instructor of the
class. There is a strong chance
that several Oregon records may
be broken, as several new marks
have already been set this year.
Ruth Burcham is in charge of the
Twenty W omen Enter
Tennis Tou rnament
Twenty members of the women's
sophomore physical education class /
have entered the class elimination
tennis tournament. Marjorie Kelly,
Virginia Maynard, and Nellie Mc
Donald have reached the third
round; but there are a number of
matches still to be played for that
round. A consolation tournament
will be run for the losers.
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Y, M. Cabinet to Meet
A special meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. eabinet has been called for
this afternoon at 4:30 o’clock in
the Y luif by the president, Don
Campbell. The eoiistitntion will be
finally passed upon and organiza
tion of the new association will bo
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