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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1909)
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Hotel Smeede Building
Now is the time to win her, boys, with a box of
Ask your friends about us
If you are thinking of having your eyes fitted for
Glasses, don’t fail to see Dr. Watts and have him
explain the merits of the new Health Ray Lenses.
WATTS’ OPTICAL PARLORS
611 Wilamette St.
We are headquarters for
and the Largest and most
Complete Line of
STAPLE AND FANCY
Phone Main 48.
The only Exclusive
House in Eugene
Stall & Dean
We carry everything needed for
Track, Field and Gym.
Eugene Gun Co.
Phone Blk 1511 534 Willamette
W. J. HILL Phone Bl. 1052
Make Our Store Your
Student Business Solicited
Ml 15, ID i ft sure
Sid Smith Jay McCormick
College Men’s Retreat
FRANK E. DUNN
The Leadingg Dry Goods Store
DRY GOODS, AND CARPETS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishings
The Oak Shoe Store
Leader in Footwear
Successor to David Link
587 Willamette St
Lone Pine Ridge, Oct. 30.
I happened to be a passing by
the U. of O. campus a few days since
and I seen the football boys a workin’
out under the direction of a big fellar
with a big “Y” on his sweater and I
also seen Bill Hayward standin’ there
with his little grip, so I went in and
set down in the bleachers for to watch
the fun for a while and I tell you, Mr.
Editor, I was greatly pleased with the
fine bunch of football men that I seen.
I have followed the Oregon team for a
long time and have gone down from my
ranch up here in the hills every year to
see Oregon wallop the boys from the
O. A. C. and other colleges, but I’ll
swear, Mr. Editor, I never seen such a
fine lot of big football men as the U. of
O. has this season. They are simply
great! They are as fine a bunch of
players as I ever seen and the big fel
ler with the “Y” on his sweater, he’s
a daisy coach sure and no mistake. In
fact, he is jest as good or better than
Dick Smith, and Bill Hayward, who
always comes up to my place to hunt in
the summer time, he’s a jim dandy
trainer and Manager D. T. Goodman,
he looks like a bright young feller and
Professor Hug, the deputy coach, he’s
a good one too. In fact, the whole out
fit looks good to me.
There ain’t no denyin’ the fact, how
ever, Mr. editor, that the rooters ain’t
supportin’ the team like they should.
The day I seen the practice, there
wasn’t over a dozen students on the
field and most of them was girls. There
wasn’t no tnen there but Judge Chris
man and Judge Harris and Mike Walk
er, who drove Sarri Friendly’s team. I
tell you Mr. Editor it’s a burning
shame that there ain’t more rooters
out. The showing would bring tears
to the eyes of Van Dusen, Ike Foun
tain and Ed. Blythe. There ought to
be three or four hundred there every
afternoon. O. A. C. will soon be down
with a trainload of rooters and a brass
band, and our handfull of rooters won’t
be able to make any kind of a racket
to compare with that bunch if they
don’t smoke up a bit. There's lots of
work ahead for the rooters and if Ore
gon is to win this year, they must get
busy and make some noise. The boys
from the Ridge is all goin’ down to
Eugene for the games with O. A. C.
and Multnomah. We was a goin’ to
Portland to see Taft, but decided to
save our money and take in the games
So, Mr. Editor, here’s hopin’ that
Oregon will win all her games and
that the rooters will make a big noise.
The Board of Regents of Minnesota
has sfent out a committee to visit uni
versities of the middle west. The pur
pose of the trip is to study fraternal
conditions and to arrive at rules and
regulations to govern their own frater
$150,000 has been subscribed by the
Harvard Alumni and other friends of
the institution to be held in trust for
the benefit of ex-President and Mrs.
Elicit. This fund will eventually pass
lit 1883 the first girl made her ap
pearance at a college. Now sixty per
cent of the college students are women.
The University of Chicago is soon to
erect an $800,000 library as a memorial
to the late President William Harper.
Fraternity men at the Michigan Uni
versity have just signed a pledge to
abolish the “treating” system.
University of Missouri has a “Beat
Kansas” club of 1,500 members.
Kentucky University is using a train
ing table this year for the first time.
J. F. STERNER
STAPLE AND FANCY
20 East Ninth
Phone Main 18
I 3$ I
Up to the minute for style is all our
High top shoes for rainy days on the
campus and. rallies.
College emblem scuffs, the latest
thing in slippers.
BURDEN A GRAHAM
While attending photo conventions at
Seattle we purchased new back grounds,
new photo mounts and some thing you
will all like, the latest photograph ma
terial. Watch our sample case.
$250.00 cash or a year in College
can be earned by any young man
or young lady in each county in
the United States. Plan easy and
does not interfere with other oc
cupation. No money required.
For particulars address,
M. H. PEMBERTON,
COCKERLINE & WETHERBEE
FANCY AND STAPLE DRY GOODS
LADIES’ AND MEN’S
Men’s, Youths’ and Children’s Clothing
PHONE MAIN 42
THE C. E. SCOTT CO.
UNIVERSITY TEXT BOOKS AND SUPPLIES
PENNANTS AND BIGGEST LINE OF POST CARDS IN THE CITY
OPTICAL AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENTS
Are in charge of a registered graduate Optician and a competent Jeweler.
537 Willamette St. Phone Main 546.
55 E. Ninth. Phone Main 737
The House That Quality Built
College Brand, Teas, Coffees,
Spices, Extracts. Pure
J. W. HARTLEY
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
HIGH GRADE CIGARS AND
595 Willamette Street.
Grateful for Student Patronage
F. BERRY, Proprietor
T. G. Hendricks, Pres. Luke L. Goodrich, Asst. Cesh.
S. B. Eskin, Vice Pres. Oerwin Bristow, Asst. Cesh.
P. E. Snodgress, Ceshier
Capital and Surplus, $200,000
Student Patronage Solicited
The Store Thant Sella
Schwarzschild’s Book Store
Books, Stationery, Art Goods