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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 17, 1909)
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W. C. NICHOLAS .’10
Ralph Moores .T2
Fay Clark .’12
C. W. Robison .’ll
Calvin Swkek .’ll
Dean Collins .’10
C. A. OSTERHOLM.’12
Oregonensi Delenda Est
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Oregonesi Delenda E t
Only one week, measured in time,
separates the l'Diversity of Oregon
from the Northwest football champion
ship Yet the coveted goal seems m,
far away as ever. Defeat Friday will
pul her in third place; victory will
mean an even break for first honors.
I here is another and to some a bet
ter reason why Friday's game is impor
taut. Oregon and O. A. t\ are hardly
the natural rivals that Harvard and Yale
or Stanford and California are: but
proximity, tradition, and ancient jeal
ous) between "Httgene" and "Corvallis"
have made them historic figures in a
more or le s bitter struggle.
We do not advocate the continuance
ol this intense ri\aln. We would like
to see a saner view taken of the really
complementary position of these two
tale institutions, but our friends (and
"Kugene" is also somewba' to blame)
insist on keeping up the light. \ 11 over
the campus, they have spread the fa
motis war cry, "Oregon must be dc
stroyed." "On to F.tigenc" is their slo
Since they do thus renew the' charge-,
it is up to Orcgein to prepare for them.
I'liose who look for an easy game tire'
mistaken. O. V (A played W ashington
te> a standstill with the- one exception
of punting. I lie—■Oivgem te am is crip
ple-el. F.very edTeut must be put torth
in order to win.
nut the team can he lepended on to
do all this It is the Oregon rooters
who will he out numbered, out veiled,
and we fear, out elassed Oregon
slioull lie ashamed of this on her own
held. b'.verx man must yet out and see
that it shall not he.
Just another word. W e spoke of hit
ler rivalry and lamented it. Perhaps
the visitors are at fault, but no matter
what they do it is ttp to the Oregon
student- o et like .. lUlemen \void
all temptations to indulge in person.di
ties. They are liable at any time to lead
to tights and riots.
At the game two years ago, the dis
appointment of an Oregon supporter
was changed to wrath In the petty theft
of an arm hand. 11 is auger was onh
turned to disgust, however, when he
learned that several Oregon students
had been doing the same tlti'g \ good
rule in all cases is to treat other col
leges with tin s’ltti ■ o'ttsideration you
would expect t! ;r students to show
Kill Wisconsin began its sixtieth
year with an enrollment of 5,(XXI
Victor Price, Idaho's famous debater
of 1905 died recently, a victim of tuber
Kx-Presidcnt Angel! of Michigan re
ceived from Dartmouth his .tenth L. L.
At New York University six sopho
mores were recently hazed by one hun
The fiftieth anniversary of the found
ing of Whitman College will be cele
brated in February.
A Los Angeles woman has left $100,
000 to provide for needy students at the
University of Southern California.
1 to a n at Texas University about
eighty students are living in tents be
cause of the great inllux of students.
I he legislature of Iowa has appro
priated $215.'00 for the erection of a
hall of physics at the State University.
The senior council of Syracuse Uni
versity has 'disapproved" of university
men taking women to inter-collegiate
The honor system is being put into
practice at the Medical College of Colo
rado University. A perpetual agree
ment is to be signed by each student.
An editorial in the Daily Californian
commends the spirit shown by the stu
dents of the University of Nevada in
their game recently, a large number of
whom accompanied the team to Berke
ley at an expense of twenty-live dollars
each. The student body of Nevada
■ umbers about five hundred.
Among the Northwest football stars
now placing in the Fast are Mathews,
Washington, '07 team, and Dimmick and
I’hilbrook, former Whitman stars, play
ing with Notre Dame. Borleske, a bro
ther of the present Wirlman star and a
former star at the same college, is now
an end at Michigan.
Following tire the literary society’s
programs for Saturday evening, Nov.
I’l 11LOLOGTAN PROGRAM
1 )eclamati( m _Welch
Current Fvents _ Shangle
Debate—"Resolved, that students of the
University of Oregon should puss a
resolution prohibiting the wearing of
prep school pins or badges while in
Miirmativc—Bridewell, I homas.
Negative F. Marshal, Shatuck.
I’nrliamenlary 1 frill—Richardson presid
Parliamentary Drill—C. \ Steel, pre
Thanksgiving Day__ F. B. Rrosius
The American Turkey _R. B. Early
Debate -"Resolved: That direct nom
innation for office by vote of the party
is superior to the system of caucus
Affirmative—Garrabrandt, Gore, Mc
Negative—l.uckey, 11. Cash, E. Rob
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