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Ask your friends about us
If you are thinking of having your eyes fitted for
I 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
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Phone Main 48.
The only Exclusive
Sporting Goods •
House in Eugene
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We carry everything needed for
Track, Field and Gym.
Eugene Gun Co.
Phone Blk 1511 534 Willamette
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College Men’s Retreat
FRANK E. DUNN
j 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.
AS SEASON ADVANCES
(By Ralph Moores)
With the season half over prospects
could not be brighter for a winning
football team. Wealth of material, ex
perience, weight, the best coach and
trainer in the country, all combine in
pointing to the Northwest championship
for Oregon. Thanks to Trainer Hay
ward the men are in excellent shape
with hardly a cripple in the whole
bunch of 24. We have practically two
teams, at least two men for every posi
tion and the Willamette game showed
that the Scrubs are as strong as the
Varsity. Indeed last night the Scrubs
not only held them down but actually
scored on the first team.
There is danger of over-confidence,
however, especially if we take seriously
the hard luck stories passed out by
Washington and O. A. C. Every paper
is Idled with a doleful account of how
their teams are slumping and how their
best men are crippled. It has always
been Bill’s policy to tell the truth about
his men but that does not imply that
Oregon is to be deceived by newspaper
fakes regarding her rival’s men.
Three college teams are yet to be
played. Idaho on the 13th, O. A. C. on
the 19th and Washington on the 25th.
This is a stiff schedule and will work
the men to the limit. Idaho is the
least to be feared as they are not up
to their usual standard. Their old rival
Whitman, hung a 30 to 6 score on them
and Washington last week made the re
markable score of 50 to 0 against Idaho.
This game would show Idaho very
weak or that Washington has a phe
nomenally fast bunch.
So far O. A. C. has played but one
game of importance, defeating Whit
man 10-6 last Friday. Whitman’s score
w«s a fluke, it being admitted that our
neighbors had them outplayed at every
point. This puts the Missionaries out
of the running and shows, in spite of
their hard luck stories, the Farmers
have their usual strong team and that
Oregon will have no easy game. Metz
ger, the O. A. C. coach, evidently means
As President Campbell said in As
sembly Wednesday, the Thanksgiving
game will probably be the greatest foot
ball game ever seen in the Northwest.
Washington is certainly as heavy and
probably much faster and better drilled
than last year when they trimmed us
15 tpO. Every Oregon rooter knows
that we are stronger, probably, than
ever before. The Oregon spirit will be
there and if Forbes’ men do not win
that game it will be because Washing
ton is invincible.
The schedule of games for North
west Conference Colleges yet to be
played is as follows:
University of Idaho—
Nov. 13, Oregon, at Portland.
Nov. 25, Boise Club at Boise.
Nov. 27, College of Idaho, at Cald
University of Oregon—
Nov. 13, Idaho, at Portland.
Nov. 19, O. A. C. at Eugene.
Nov. 25, Washington, at Seattle.
University of Washington—
Nov. i3, O. A. C. at Corvallis.
Nov. 25, Oregon, at Seattle.
Oregon Agricultural College—
Nov. 13, Washington, at Corvallis.
Nov. 19, Oregon, at Eugene.
Nov. 25, Multnomah, at Portland.
Washington State College—
Nov. 16, Whitworth, at Pullman.
Nov. 25, Whitman, at Walla Walla.
Dec. 4, Denver University, at Spokane.
Nov. 12, Whitworth, at Walla Walla.
Nov. 25, Washington State College at
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STAPLE AND FANCY
20 East Ninth
Phone Main 18
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 * GRAHAM
While attending photo convention? 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,
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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
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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
r. G. Hendrioks, Pres. Luke L. Goodrich, List. Cash.
5. B. Eakin, Vice Prea. Darwin Bristow, Asst. Cash.
P. E. Snodgrass, Cashier
Capital and Surplus, $200,000
Student Patronage Solicited
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Schwarzschild’s Book Store
Books, Stationery, Art Goods