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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1932)
Members of the nomination com
mittee for freshman elections were
named yesterday by Bob Hall,
president of the Associated Stu
dents. Bob Zurcher, sophomore,
is chairman of the committee.
Other members of the committee
are Alden Killborn, Marianna
McNamara, Sally Seigrist, and
Berry Pennington, all freshmen.
The committee will announce can
didates for freshman offices early
By an amendment to the Asso
ciated Students constitution adopt
ed last year it was provided that
soon after registration the student
body president should appoint a
committee to nominate two per
sons for each of the four fresh
The committee is to select two
nominees and to announce them
through the Emerald. Within five
days after the announcement an
assembly for further nominations
and election is to be called by the
vice-president of the students.
Further nominees may be named
at this assembly.
Self Service, Save, Js
Motto at Infirmary
Thirteen is an unlucky number.
Just ask the nurses in the infirm
ary. There have been 13 patients
in the infirmary since the begin
ning of rush week, and now the
nurses have to do their own cook
Formerly food for the patients
and nurses was carried down from
the dormitory and served, but the
old order changeth. Cupboirds
were built in, a Frigidaire installed,
and the nurses were ordered to don
aprons and become cooks three
times a day.
It doesn’t take a Sherlock Holmes to discover
that “in Eugene it’s Graham’s” for shoos.
This long established shoe store had been the
choice of Oregon students for more than a
quarter of a century. Graham’s interprete
authoritatively the styles correct for campus
wear. Whether it be Scotch Grain Brogues for
men or women at $5.00 a pair or dainty San
dals in Satin for a formal gown—Graham’s
styles are right, and you will discover Gra
ham’s prices actually less than you pay else
828 Willamette—Between 8th and Broadway
‘‘Where College Folk Buy Footwear”
Earl Byrom, formerly with
Paul U. Green, is now in
business for himself at 32
E. Tenth street, under the
carrying a complete line of
men’s furnishings and at
practically pre-war prices.
Van Heusen Shirts—"Uptown Shoes—Can’t Bust ’Em
The same courteous service that Earl maintained at
Paul's will prevail at his new location and he asks that
all the gang drop in and* renew acquaintances and
also he would like to meet the new frosli class.
REMEMBER THE LOCATION
32 E. 10th St. Phone 327W
RcflHy f or tTie Broncos
i i Gemlo (left) and Orville BaUey are Oregon’s football players
ready to face Santa Clara’s rampaging Broncos at Eugene Saturday.
Gemlo is a center and Bailey plays end.
State Bar Group
Is Against Plan
Many Law Graduates Meet
In Barristers’ Conclave
A resolution condemning the
| moving of the University from the
Eugene campus was passed by the
I State Bar association convention,
held at Gearhart September 23
and 24. '
Among the many members at
tending the conclave was a large
number of the younger law gradu
ates from the University. The
University law school was repre
sented by Dean Wayne L. Morse,
Professor Orlando J. Hollis, and
Professor Charles G. Howard.
The association approved an in
corporating bill for the entire Ore
gon State bar. This will compel
all lawyers of the state to be mem
bers of the association. The bill
has been before the association for
two years and will now be recom
mended to the next legislature.
The bar voted to continue the
appropriation of $1 from every
member of the association to the
Oregon Law Review. A discussion
was also held concerning the
method of improving congestion in
judicial proceedings in Multnomah
Jfew Method Adopted
The painting and drawing de
partment, under the supervision of
Professor Vincent, has abandoned
the old policy of following set
rules and precedent in the art
work this term. In the new method
yn the rush of getting
'backdont forget to
drop in and sag hello
you'oe forgotten anything
-a collar button-dean
shirt-or a topcoat
instance — well be
emphasis is placed on developing 1
individuality in the student
through practice in imaginative j
and creative work. By following j
this method students who possess j
originality can develop their inde
pendence of thought and feeling.
Dean Wayne L. Morse of the
law school was confined to bed
Monday with a bad cold. Dean
Morse felt ill while returning from
the State Bar association conven
tion at Gearhart, September 23
and 24. He was accompanied by
Professors Charles G. Howard and
Orlando J. Hollis.
“Eugene’s Own Store”
MERCHANDISE OF MERIT ONLY
Of Women’s Fashions
Under the Direction of
• NANCY SUOMELA
—who will assist you in finding,
not only the exact type of gown,
dress-coat or shirt that you may
wish but innumerable other items
that will add a bit of joy or utility
“to your busy every-day college
Who sings it better
than the Boswells?
Every Monday and Thursday... Connie,
Yet and Martha, in that bubbling Boswell
rhythm ... as irresistible as 01* Man
v Rivuh himself!
And while you listen, light up a Chest
erfield. Enjoy their fresh fragrance, their
mildfness and better taste.
They’re mild . , , and yet they Satisfy.
Chesterfield Radio Program — Mondays, Wedneg.
days, Fridays — 7 p. m., Tuesdays, Thursdays,
Saturdays — 6 p. m., P. T., Columbia Network.
THE CIGARETTE THAT’S MILDER
. . . THAT TASTES BETTER
© 19}2, Ligcett * Myb*s Tobacco Co.
In the Long Run It Pays
Dartmouth Parchment—single fold,
note size, square envelopes, 72
sheets 50 envelopes .
Dartmouth Parchment—two fold,
long sheets long envelopes, 72
sheets- - 50 envelopes .
Our social stationery department is heavily stocked with the
new fall offerings from Eaton, Crane, Whiting and Cook, and
Montags. The styles and textures are delightful and prices ex
ALL the NEW BOOKS
YOU CAN READ IN
THAT is the NEW PLAN
FOR the RENT LIBRARY
operative ^Book * »•■»•*' <* our Co.
entitles you to one bwk at HL™. membership
you can read without adrim™ . C„and as rnany as
keep the volume over sevenT™ ? Un,ess y°u
charge of 3c per day Hundred/^ *heVhere is a
been added. y lunclreds of new books have
PAY IN NEATNESS
We are lined up with all the leading manufacturers of PORT
ABLES and can supply on small rental or easy payment pur
The new Royal Signet monotype is a beauty — light as a
feather, strong and durable and in every way especially de
signed for student use. Let us show it to you.
The Co-op is here to be of service to the students of Oregon
who are the sole owners of the enterprise. The management
will be glad to receive suggestions at any time.
STORE WILL CLOSE FOR THE
SANTA CLARA GAME .