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: 8 Willamette. Phone, 132-R
iU Store that saves you money
Lion Drug Co.
EASTMAN KODAK AGENTS
530 Willamette Street
The Ro y
Why is the Royal always busy?
Good Eats First Class Service
Exclusive Agent for Eugene
W. A. KUYKENDALL
588 Willamette Street.
Have you paid
to the EMERALD?
RED CROSS DRUG CO.
M. L. Kreamer, Watch Maker
Both at 460 Willamette St.
We’ll Treat You Right
Peters Bon Bons
25c and 50c
The most delicious chocolate
you ever tasted
587 Willamette St.
CLSSS LEAGUE TEAMS
Miss Waterman, Miss Morrison
- nd Miss Rader Captains
Much interest is being shown by the
girls of the various classes in the first
girls’ inter-class basketball games ever
held at Oregon. All except the Sen
iors have elected their captains, and are
holding regular practices. The games
will probably begin about the first week
in March, and will be played off as
quickly as possible so that the interest
in them will not lag.
Experienced players among the Sen
iors are: Alice Stoddard, who played
at Annie Wright Seminary; Lila Clarke,
from St. Helens Hall; Darell Belatt,
from The Dalles High School team;
Ray Woodruff and Christine Denhart,
from Eugene High; and Willetta
Wright, from Albany College.
Emma Waterman, who played center
for Baker High, will be the Junior cap
tain. Erma Clifford, a former captain
of the Baker team; Jennie Fry, from
the Salem High team; Ruth Gibson,
once captain of the Roseburg team;
Mildred Bagley, Merle McKelvey, Cora
Chase and Ruth Merrick, are especially
enthusiastic and hard working members
of the Junior squad.
Bess Morrison, an old star and cap
tain from Wisconsin, will have charge
of the Sophomores. Among her pos
sible material are: Grace Tiffany, who
played for Eugene High; Carin Deger
mark, Mary Tappenton, from Lincoln
High team; Edith Watt; Mildred Waite;
Mildred Whittlesy and Bess Lewis.
Hazel Rader, an experienced player
from Pendleton, will captain the Fresh
men and will pick the team from Grace
Bean, Alsea Hawley, Willma Young,
Janet Young, Madeline Harding and
“Bill’ Hayward has presented a beau
tiful silver cup for the winners, and its
possession will be vigorously fought for.
OREGANA WILL BE
OUT BY WEEK END
The work on the 1911 Oregana is
progressing rapidly and the essential
parts of a number of the departments
have already been completed. The con
tract for the engraving has already been
let and Manager Barbour is now in Port
lnd arranging for the publishing. At
this rate the Annual will certainly be
out on time, that is, during the Junior
The coming issue will contain many
new departments and novelties. The
Juniors’ pictures will be an addition to
past issues, also various photos dealing
with the features of college life. The
“Varsity” artists are working up head
ings and cartoons for the various de
partments, while the humorists are de
luging the editor-in-chief with local hits
and “timely topics” covering the whole
The time for paying your 50c has been
extended for a short time. Tn the mean
time a Junior will attempt to see every
person in the University and get his or
her subscription. If you are missed
notify a Junior and you will be accom
Miss Esther Gearhart, of Astoria, Mr.
and Mrs. F. D. Wagner, of Ashland, are
week end guests at the Tri Delta house.
Weed Electric Co*
22 W. Eighth St. Telephone 295
We would like to
sell you your
We handle only top voltages
129. 127. 125. 122. This
insures long' life. Try us.
W. M. Renshaw
Wholesale and Retail
CIGARS AND TOBACCOS
513 Willamette Street.
LAUREANS WILL HOLD
A MOCK LEGISLATURE
Members Will Be Divided Into
Parties of Own Choice
The program for the Laurean Society
Saturday, Feb. 25. will be as follows:
Recitation, Earl Jones.
Recitation, C. E. Spencer.
Debate: Resohed, That the Panama:
canal should be fortified by the United
States. Affirmative, Gillis, St. John, I
Means. Negative, McConnell, O. Heider
Completion of arrangements for or
gmizing a House of Representatives.
For the sake of variety in the debate
work of the society, the Laureans are
planning to organize, temporarily, into
a House of Representatives, the plan be
ing to have it modelled as nearly as
possible after the lower house of Con
gress. The members will represent the
different states in the Union, and will
be divided according to their various
political persuasions. Some lively de
bates are anticipated on the bills which
the youthful politicians will propose.
Practical training in parliamentary drill
is also expected to result from the new
The system will be worked out in de
tail, and final arrangements made at the
meeting this evening.
PLANS TO REMODEL
Tentative plans for remodelling the
Engineering Building are all prepared,
and as soon as the appropriation refer
endum is settled, active work will lie
begun on remodelling 1 tie building
On the north side cf the present
structure will he built, at right angles
j to it, a wing 40 feet wide and 100 feet
| long, thus extending almost to Univer
sity Avenue. This will he a two-story
structure, designed for wood shops
above and machines below.
Removing the present wood testing
plant to provide room, there wdl be
built a similar addition on the south
end, 40 feet wide and 80 feet long, to
be used as offices for instructors and
lecture rooms for classes The pres
ent system of boilers w ll also he en
Y. M. CLASSES STUDY COM
About twenty students were present
on Wednesday evening at the first meet
ing of the course in Comparative Re
| ligions, which is being given by Rev.
' Hammond, of the Episcopal church.
Judging from the first discussion, this
is going to be one of the most valuable
and interesting courses that have been
given by the Y. M. C. A. The first
I lecture was preliminary to the study j
itself, dealing with the universality of j
religion of some kind and the influence
that it has over all races of people.
The religion to be considered at the I
next meeting is Hinduism. This will
be investigated to learn the philosophy
of the religion and its effect on those
i who follow its teachings.
The meetings are held in Deady Hall
from 6:45 to 7:3fi. All students of the
University, men or women, are eligible.
DEATH COMES AS SHOCK
TO VARSITY STUDENTS
The news of the death of Benjamin
A. Young, of Astoria, in Los Angeles,
Wednesday morning, came as a great
shock to his daughter, Willma, and son,
Stanley, and to his many friends in Eu
Though Mr. Young was an old man,
he was apparently enjoying good health,
and had been since leaving for Cali
fornia, where he has invariably spent
his winters for a great many years.
His death came very suddenly, as a re
sult of heart failure.
Willma anti Stanley Young have, left
for their home, and their return is still
Jean Allison is spending the week end
■IS, SII SUPPLIES
Waterman’s Ideal fountain Pen
Cry their Self Tiller
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Pool and Billiards
Brand New Equipment
College Men’s Headquarters
Rear of OTTO’S
University Home Bakery MmVt"d
CONDON’S BAKERY 41 EsVr'eeN1,nlh
SCHWERING & LINDLEY
Ninth Street Barber Shop
Some people say you can’t come
back. Try us.
Cut flowers and Designs
Phone 209 4 E. Ninth
~*C. W. EDMUNDS, M. D.,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Suite 201-204, White Temple. Phone 767
Res. Phone, 113 Office 114
F. E. SELOVER, M. D.
Office, over Eugene Loan & Savings
Rank. Home, 513 High St.
F. W. PRENTICE, M. D„
Office, 38 W. Eighth St.
Phones: Office, 117-R. Res. 529.
Offiffice, 317. Res., 574-L
OMAR R. GULLION, M. D.,
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
Office Hours: 10 to 12, 2 to 4, and by
306 White Temple, Eugene.
Office Phone, 154-R. Res. 611-R.
DR. M. C. HARRIS
Rooms 2 and 4, McClung Bldg., 8th and
Willamette Sts., Eugene, Oregon.
DR. WAI DO J. ADAMS
Cor. 9th and Oak Sts. Room 306 White
Temple. Phone, 317
C. V. LUTHER, D. M. D.
584 Willamette St., Eugene, Oregon.
DR. C. B. WILLOUGHBY
Rm. 6, McClung Bldg., Eugene, Oregon,
EDWARD H. WHITE, D. M. D.
Folly Theater Bldg., Eugene, Oregon.
DR. R. L. WILLOUGHBY
Rms. 1 and 2, Coleman Bldg., Eugene
531 Willamette St. FTione627-J
DR. H. L. STUDLEY
Office, 316 White Temple, Eugene, Oi
Residence, 527 Pearl St.
Phones: Office 589; Res. 320-L.
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The Shirt with the Custom Look
Men buv at
505 Willamette Street
Delicious Chocolate Chews
Watch our window for specials
Palace of Sweets
Grateful for Student Patronage
Bread, Pies, Cakes and
Confectionery; also Ice
Cream and Fruits.
30 E. Ninth St. Phone Main 72
When your Watch needs repairing,
take it to
It. D. SMARTT
With Dillon’s Drug Store.
Why go down town when you can get
satisfaction next door?
Corner Thirteenth and Patterson.
Next door to Thirteenth St. Grocery.
Burden & Graham's
568 Willamette St.