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Cor. 9th and Willamette.
Smeede Restaurant Co*
Wing Kee. Proprietor.
American Bill of Fare, 6 A. M. to
12 P. M. ..Chinese Bill of Fare, 8 A.
M. to 12 P. M.
C. W. Crump
STAPLE AND FANCY
20 East Ninth St. Phone 12.
Regal and Stetson Shoes.
Mallory and Stetson Hats.
Star arid Cluett Shirts.
554 Willamette Street.
When Your Watch Needs Repairing,
Take It To
H. D. SMARTT
New Location. 591 Willamette St.
W. M. Renshaw
Wholesale and Retail,
Cigars and Tobacco
513 Willamette St.
Capital and Surplus, $235,000.
We have room for your account
and we want your business
FOOTBALL IN STRIVE
FOR VARSITY POSITIONS
Warner's Pupils All Show Metal In
Daily Scrim.—Managers Start
With the early season soreness out
of their joints, the football squad has
settled down to daily bucking prac
tice, a ndthe college wiseacres are
given a chance to pick a tenative line
up. Three weeks, however, has not
been sufficient time to get a line on
the new men to fill the vacancies on
the team. During the past week the
team has been lining up with Kellogg
at centre. Fenton and Fariss, guards,
Grout and Bailey, tackles, Chandler
and Bradshaw, ends, Latourette, quar
ter, Kaiser and Main, halves, and Dean
Walker, fullback. From the way the
scrubs are holding the varsity in their
nightly tangles, it is not at all im
probable that some of them will be
holding down a varsity berth before
many days. The coaches are neither
optimistic nor pessimistic, merely
non-committal, and are doing the best
they can with the material at hand.
Graduate Manager Geary and Stu
dent Manager Johns are in Portland
today making arrangements for the
big game, Nov. 18th. This game will
be one of the most widely advertised
games ever pulled off in the North
west. The early season interest shown
in the big game indicate that the
biggest crowd in Northwest football
annals will make its pilgrimage to
Multnomah Field on Nov. 18th. A big
delegation is coming from the Sound
and another from Spokane and the in
land empire to augment the horde of
Willamette Valley and Portland foot
The Chi Omega Sorority enter
tained the Phi Gamma Deltas Sunday
evening with an informal supper.
Order Your 1915 Fobs at the
utriNtp? advanced ^
Commencing FRIDAY, October 13th, Every Friday Night will be
at the Aloha, in addition to regular acts. First prize, $5.00; Second
prize, $2.50. The Amateurs receiving the most applause from the
audience will be awarded the prizes.
TURN IN YOUR APPLICATION NOW
VARSITY CHEER LEADER
MAKES PLANS FOR NOISE
Bush Brown Will Start Song and
Yell Writing Contest For
Yell Leader Brown has perfected
his pip producing plans for the present
football season and already the in
creased efficiency of the Oregon root
ers is distinctly noticeable. Rallies
will be conducted in much the same
manner as those of last year, although
additional features are promised in
the smokerless smokers.
Brown wishes, if possible, to im
prove the quality of the cheers, as well
as of the cheering. A special contest,
which will close October 28. is now
open to college rhymesters for the
best original songs and yells. As
first prize a round trip ticket to Port
land, and admission to the Washing
ton game will be given, while for the
second best production, a round trip
only will be secured. All contribu
tions will be tried out on the bleach
ers, where a student judging commit
tee will pass on them.
Rooting practice will be held every
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday up
to October 2S, the date of the Pull
GIRLS GLEE CLUB MEETS
Old and New Members Alike Must
Compete In Monday’s Tryout
Is Club’s Decision.
In a meeting of the Girl’s Choral
Club, which was called to order by
Miss Maude Beals last Tuesday after
noon in Villard, it was decided that
the club membersship should be lim
ited to twenty-four. It was also sug
gested to form a chorus of over a
hundred voices in connection with the
jThe girls have already outlined
plans for gaining the interest of the
townspeople and if all goes well, a
concert and recital will t)e given dur
ing the winter.
The tryout, in which all old mem
bers of the club must compete, will be
held Monday, at 4 o’clock, in Villard
Hall, and is open to all women in the
PROF. WADE, NEW VOCALIST,
PLANS LARGE SCALE CHOIR
In connection with the musical de
partment of the University this year
is Mr. G. Rawson Wade, a vocal in
structor, late of the University of Il
linois, who for years has had much
to do with the training of choral so
Professor Wade was educated in
England, and has given many orator
ial concerts in that country as well as
in America. For the past five years
he has been at the head of the Voice
Department of the University of Il
linois and also choir director of the
Trinity Episcopal church of the Uni
versity town of Urbana. Six weeks
ago illness compelled Mr. Wade to
give up his work in the East and come
West to recuperate. After his arrival
in Oregon he at once found intense
interest in the State University.
Since the beginning of the semester,
Mr. Wade has put forth every effort
to form a University Choral Society
of about 150 voices, in order to stimu
late a general interest in choral work.
With it he will hold two concerts a
year, one at Christmas, and the other
sometime in May. The May concert
will be a musical festival lasting about
The society will be composed of
Eugene people as well as Varsity stu
dents, in order that the business men
of the town may assist in financial
matters. Tryouts for men for the so
ciety will be held next Monday after
noon in the music room of the Dormi
Following the abolition of the pre
paratory department at the Univer
sity Idaho, the school board of Mos
cow voted $65,000 for the erection of a
new High school building.
WOMEN OUTDONE IN
MATTERS OE HEAD GEAR
Seniors ltesolv to Hold Budding' (.'lass
men to Conservative Head
Hitherto the feminine students pop
ulation of Eugene has held an unques
tionable reputation in legat'd to the |
adoption of freakish apparel, but this '
fall it would seem as if the stronger
sex were determined to wrest this no- ;
toriety from them. Weird and
strange indeed are the costumes with
which piggers are adorning their j
When “Windy" Bar .ee and his ar
dent admirer, Orator Warner, first
appeared in their lop sided brain pro
tectors, it was regarded merely as
the doing of over-developed minds,
but now that Bob Kellogg, president
of the senior class has donned a Paris
creation, patterned after the sombre
ro of the far Southwest, the craze for
notoriety is duly recognized as such.
And to cap the climax, two modish
young creatures, Jamison and Homer
by name, have blossomed forth with
“dickeys” and canes. Feminine eyes
follow longingly these amateur Beau
Brummels as they stroll leisurely
across the campus, and the fierce
flame of jealousy burns in many a
Where the quest for gorgeous rai
ment will cease is an open question,
but in this case, as in many others,
the solution will perhaps be found in
an empty pocketbook.
HARRY BULGER IN “THE
The latest singer success comes to
the Eugene Theatre, Friday, Oct.
13th, and is Harry Bulger in “The
Flirting Princess,” by Adams, Hough,
and Howard, authors of many of the
Princess Theatre musical shows.
“The Flirting Princess” is styled a
‘nonsense farce’ by the authors. Any
thing the range of a three act piece,
with a little of everything in it, is
called almost any other name now-a
days, but to him who wants to see a
‘show’ a musical comedy is just as
sweet. “The Flirting Princess” is a
disguised American girl, with just
enough of an adventurous spirit to
enjoy the firtations of her would-be
wooers, while she is seeking for the
man she would care to kiss for the
second time. Her experience prove
the first kiss is disastrous to any
further enchantment. She surrounds
herself with an atmosphere of mys
tery and find enjoyable recreation
among the guests at the hotel Clare
mont, where the authors see fit to let
everything happen. Several things
do happen and all between 6 o’clock
on a summer’s evening, until the wee
small hours of the same night.
Miss Hazel Bradley is spending the
week-end in Portland.
Fraternity Inserts exchanged at the
Obak Cigar Store.
BARGAIN IN SLIDE-RULES
For one week all slide
rules at reduced prices.
See HIMES, Room 52, Dorm.
Roach Music House
Everything In the
Ml U I C LINE
10th and Willamette Sts. Phone 862.
Carried in all Sizes
Widths A to E
♦.Burden & Graham..
Proprietor Combination Harbor Shop.
519 Willamette St. Phone 6-it-J.
COCKERLINE & WETHERBEE
Fancy and Staple Dry Goods,
l.ari'os' and Men’s Furnishings.
Men’s. Youth’s, Children’s Clothing.
Holt & Chrpman
Wholesale and Retail
The Place to Trade
51 E. Ninth St.
Oregon Seal Stationery
Schwarzschild’s Book Store
Preston & Hales
Mfgrs. of All Leather floods
Paints and Paper. Agents Johnson’s
Dyes and Wax
Grateful for Student Patronage
Scbwering $ Dudley
Students, Give Us a Call
G East 9th St., Opp. Hoffman House
Wholesale and Retail dealers in
FRESH, CORNED AND SMOKED
T. A. Gilbert.
A. B. Chaffee.
Che Oak Shoe Store
Wear Sorosis and Walkover Shoes.
587 Willamette St. Phone Main 227.
SPORTSMEN’S SUPPLY HOUSE
Eugene Gun Co.