Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, April 05, 1911, Image 4

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    S. H. Friendly & Co.
Leading Store
SPRING SUITS
SPRING OVERCOATS
He are now showing those shirts with
the detachable soft collars which are so pop
ular with the young men. They come in
Percales, Merserized cottons and Silk.
One of our new Spring hats will look good on your head,
and make you happy in your head. If you don't believe it, drop in
and see.
McMorran & Washburne
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STODUAKU
. ' MJ 1
THE NEWEST IDEAS IN SPRING SUITS
$15.00 to $40.00
1
We are Kxelusive Agents—
Ileid Caps, Keiser Neckwear, Varsity ami Imperial Hats, L
anil Atterburv Suits, Wunder Hose, Shaw Knit Hose
COLLHGIv JKRSEYS-CAPS—SWEATERS—PENNANTS
System ^
McMorran & Washburne
SEASON HERE APRIL 12
Pre-Season Prospects Are Better
Than for Several Years
With the exception of *'• dlamette, ill
the proposed baseball dates have been
confirmed by the respective managcts,
and the season will open at Eugene with
Whitman April 12th and 13th.
Oregon’s squad is fast ro mding into
form, -nd akh.ugn 'he team ha- not
been picked as yet, the bunch has nar
lowed down to aboit -S nvti. Taylor
and Word will attend to the receiving.
Houck, Peet and Cozens constitute he
pitching staff, *imis m seems io have
first cinched, all l v;h ' ■ i -m d
up his arm for jp.hnjC in cue a south
paw is need on the trip i'ci.ton wdl
:over first in Ja n e’- absence, an i with
Newland and L)ol> e. /■ "''■'• fight
ing it out for second. "Cadv ' Roberts
seems to be the logical man for the
difficult corner. The outfield has eight
aspirants, VanMarter, Chau ' c", Mount,
Barbour, Stewart, Fisher and "Walt
Dobie, and the selection wdl depend
mainly upon the ability to wield the
bat.
The team will start Friday, 'Vpril Id,
on the trip north, playing Multnomah
on the 15th, U. of W., at Seattle, on
the 17th and 18th, W. S. C., a: Pullman,
on the 19th and 20th, Idaho at Moscow
on the 21st and 22nd. W. S. C. has
been unfortunate this season, tueir first
baseman having broken his leg in a
practice game.
Manager Luckey has supplied one
man in each of the various t’rals and
clubs with a bunch of season tickets,
■and those outside will be canvassed by
Ferguson, Ferruset and Cass.
23 SCHOOLS SIGNED UP
Interscholastic Meet Promises to
be Best in History of
Prep Meets
With twenty-three prep schools al
ready signed up, and negotiations on
with several others, the interscholastic
track meet, dated for May 12, will ex
ceed in entries and events any previous
state meet.
The high and pren schools entered
to date are as follows: Washington.
Lincoln, Jefferson, Allen Preparatory,
of Portland; Columbia University, Van
couver, Eugene, Baker, Pendleton, En
terprise, The Dalles, Medford, Oregon
City, Newberg, Prineville, Hood River,
Roseburg, Oakland, Grants Pass, La
Grande, Cottage Grove, Junction and
Springfield.
The larger schools are sending six
men, the smaller four All told, at
least 125 men are expected to en .or.
The track is being widened and a new
lot of hurdles is under construction,
which will lessen considerably the num -
ber of preliminaries necessary.
The medals for the event have arrived
from the East, and arc pronounced a
fine lot by those who have examined
them.
bpaternities who are contributing to
ward medals, or are offering -pc-cial
medals, are asked to see John Leslie
and settle for the same
The committee on cm"ftinmen: will
meet this week ami ass.^n men to the
different houses.
*
A number of the members of the
Dorm Club slept down town last night, j
owing to a free-for-all rough house !
and room stocking, which neglected no
one.
Lambda Rho will be at home to the
University Friday night.
"CALIFORNIA’S ORANGE COUN
TRY”
Beautifully illustrated in four colors,'
"The Spell,” and unusual romantic se
rial, by C. N. and A. M. Williamson.
"WHAT WOMEN ARE DOING IN
THE WEST”
March Sunset now on sale—15 cents.
THE NEW
“Ralston”
Half Shoes
FOR SPRING
ARE HERE
Men buy at
THE
Haberdasher
505 Willamette Street
Blue Bell Ice Cream
Just as good as “Blue Bell”
butter. Made in the same
clean, sanitary place. Any
kind or flavor. . . . Call
EUGENE CREAMERY
PHONE 638
NEW JEWELRY
Just received the new
novelties in
JFWRLRY, BACK COMBS
BARRETTES, HAT PINS
Etc.
Call and see them
Seth Laraway
Broders Bros.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealers in
Fresh, Corned and Smoked
MEATS
Lace or Button
Tan or Black
WILCOX BROS.
ROYAL BLUB STORE
Across from Hampton's
KOH-I-NOOR
The “Quality” Shop
Confectionery and Ice Cream
that is superior
Hot and Cold Lunches
Call up 578