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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1932)
MCDONALD-^“Chartdu,” < Foot-''
ball rally,; Abbie’Green. - t
COLONIAL’— “Magic] Night,”}
and “Sky Devils." r
HEX—“Too Many Cooks.” ,
STATE—“A: Man's Land.” /
The radio mystery thriller,
“Chandu, the Magician,” brings to
gether for the first time Edmund
Lowe and Bela Lugosi. This pic
ture was made by Fox from the
current radio story, and is report
ed to be even more thrilling on
the screen than on the air.
Prink Callison and his horde of
heavyweights will be at the Mc
Donald tonight to participate in
the Santa Clara football rally. Ab
bie Green will act as master of
ceremonies and his band will be
the center of attraction. Ray W.
Jones, manager of the Fox-McDon
ald, promises many surprises for
the rally, which goes on the stage
at 0 o’clock.
“Magic Night” at the Colonial
stars Jack Buchanan, seen on the
screen for the first time since
“Monte Carlo,” the Ernst Lubitsch
success. Anna Neagle, England’s
new movie queen, plays the femi
The story has to do with a young
Austrian count who finds life ex
tremely enjoyable until the time
when war cuts short his romance
with a Viennese flower girl. War
splits them as far apart as the
two poles, but when the devasta
tion is at an end, the new spirit
brings about a reunion and happi
“Sky Devils” will be shown as a
Friday and Saturday
NOW THRILLS YOU ON THE TALKING SCREEN .I
EDMUND LOWE Bela Lugosi
(at "Chandu") (ai"Roxor")
IRENE WARE - HENRY B.WAtTHAL • A I ox I -t..
News — Comedy
ABBY G RE ION and
Fun -Stunts -Galore
U. of O. Back
Come in ami Try
One ol' < hir
7 A M. to 10 P.M.
Get 11 lose
We Are Experts
U. OF O.
I preview - at 10:45. This is a rol
licking comedy, of,the air, produced
•;l Jackie Coogan, the-juvenile sen
sation of a few years ago, will be
in Eugene as a yell leader for San
ta Clara, where he is now in school
One of his appearances will be
with Abbie Green at the Eugene
hotel tomorrow night.
Students who have not com
pleted registration procedure
are advised by the registrar's
office to do so as soon as pos
sible, as 12 o’clock Saturday,
October 8, has been set as the
deadline for entrance, with a
maximum late payment fee of
$5 in addition to regular as
Those desiring to change a
course are also urged to do so
Head of Higher Educational System Tells Plans4
Large Gathering Greets
Dr. W. J. Kerr
Prink (ullison, Bolt Hall, Art
I’otwin Also on Program
Of First Assembly
By JULIAN PRESCOTT
Dr. William Jasper Kerr, chan
cellor of the Oregon state system
of higher education, extended his
greetings to the students of the
University yesterday in assembly
at McArthur court. One of the
largest assemblies of students in
some time met the new head of
Congratulations on what he con
siders to be the best opportunities
for students in many years ex
The Student’s SI row,
On tbe Campus
Tonight, Final Showing—First Run
WITH JACK BUCHANAN
A Strictly High Class Production—Superb Music
Come at 9—See Both Shows—1 One Price
Howard Hughes’ Great Air Thriller
Greater Than HELL’S ANGELS
First Run Short Subjects—Late News
Watch for List of Big First Run Pictures!
For Best Results in Film Developing
and Printing, See the
Carl R. Baker
Carl R. Baker Eugene, Ore.
PAUL D. GREEN’S
STORE FOR MEN
Next to Lee-Duke Cafe
This new location means lower rent loss overhead, and
LOWliK I’lMCKS. However, the same good quality that
made the name ol’ 1‘aul 1). tlreen fatuous in collegiate
circles is still maintained and quality will not he sacri
ficed for price. Remember, we are Rugene agents lor
Hteiu-Dloch and llighgate clothes.
Paul D. Green
STORE FOR MEN
hdi W illamette Street
pressed by Dr. Kerr in his talk
in which;hc-further,,tinged students
to make the most of these oppor
tunities that* they rriight be worthy
of the support ■ given'by the tax
payers of the state.
Smaller Classes Liked
Reduced enrollment without pro
portionate cut in the faculty thus
making possible smaller classes
with more intimate contact with
faculty members was held respon
sible for the increased opportuni
ties. Students were urged to do
whatever they do with interest,
spirit, and determination, whether
it be classwork or activity work.
The Oregon football team in its
game Saturday will face one of
the best teams on the coast, it was
declared by Coach Prink Callison.
The loyal support of the team in
the way of applause and cheers as
well as attendance at the game
Potwin Thanks Students
Art Potwin, chairman of the stu
dent committee opposing the con
solidation bill, thanked students on
behalf of the alumni association
for their work this summer in the
campaign against the measure. A
vigilance committee of 24 students
will start the final movement of
the campaign within the next few
days, it was said. *.
The University band under the
direction of John Stehn played a
song which has recently been com
posed for the student body.
Our education, such of it as is
of durable importance, comes hap
hazard. It is tinged by the enthu
siasm of our teachers, gleaned by
suggestions from our friends,
prompted by glimpses and foot
notes and margins.—Morley.
(Utility - Group
iTo Meet Soon
A meeting of the committee on
taxation of public utilities, oi
which Dr. James H. Gilbert, dean
of the social science college, is sec
retary, will take place at the Im
perial hotel in Portland on October
8 for the purpose of filling a va
cancy left by the death of Senator
B. W. Johnson of Monroe.
The secretary will make a pre
liminary report on taxation and
regulation of municipal utilities.
During the spring and summer Dr.
Gilbert has carried on extensive
research on city-owned utilities,
the value of property earnings, and
he has secured the consensus of
opinion among representative cit
izens with regard to taxing city
Stafford Attends Meet
Of Science Association
Professor O. F. Stafford, head of
the chemistry department of the
University of Oregon, is attending
an executive committee meeting of
the American Association for the
Advancement of Science at San
Francisco. Details of the conven
tion to be held next year at Salt
Lake City will be discussed, as well
as other minor affairs of the asso
ciation. Professor Stafford will re
turn to Eugene Sunday evening.
HUMMING BIRD HOSIERY
1015 Willamette Eugene
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Oct. 1 to 8
And See Our Complete
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Colors in All Styles.
Not a Special
Sale. But a
'unusual Values backed by
the guarantee of a repu
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79c to $ 1.49
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See tlic new Koval Signet Portable Typewriter—
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OFFICE MACHINERY & SUPPLY CC.
Willamette St. ■ Side of Ward's — Phone 14S
Stay to Five Days
Students are to be allowed only
five days a term in the infirmary
this year, instead of the usual two
weeks, according to Dr. FVed N.
Miller, head of the . University
■ health service. After the five-day
! period has elapsed, students will
i be charged at the rate of $3.00 a
I day for additional time.
These are cumulative from one
term to the next, but not cumula
tive from one year to the. next.
Thus, if a student stays out of the
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infirmary,'fall term, he'will be. al
lowed tenid^ys during winter-term,:,
or fifteen during spring term. '
Dr. Miller ^1 so announced that
the health seft&ice has been re
moved as a . departrnerit of the
school, of physical education, and'
put under the medical t school in
Portland, with Richard B. Dille-1
hunt, dean of. the University medi
cal school in Portland, at the head.
We scrawl experience on our
brain and, although we wash its
ntemory in fresh adventure, the
ink has sunk indelibly to mark
our character forever.—Charles S
See the Santa Clara Game
in a Clean White Shirt
GIVE US A TRY
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Phone -825—826 839 High
Paper doll cutting may be out of your line. But lend a
hand just this once—the brother’s in distress!
You can make him look like a gravedigger^ Or, you can set him up
as the trouser model for every college man.
For at almost every style-making university, Campus Cords are as pop
ular as football.
You know at a glance that these light-colored Cords are tailored foi
you—correct in shade and in every style detail. Their hip-fit and
straight-hang reflect the distinctive, conservative taste of the university
Campus Cords wear like an old friend,'and keep their youth through J
countless cleanings or washings.'
/ If necessary, cut a class or break a date—but see these good looking
* corduroy trousers. A leading store near you is displaying them now.
Look for the name—Campus Cords.
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washable; Campus Bucks, those distinctive tan moleskin trousers; and Campus
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