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S. H. FRIENDLY & CO.
THE LEADING STORE
( upyn,.'lit 1011 Alfrrul Deeker& Cohn
When yon read an
advertisement of F r <
ly’s you may feel safe
in taking it at its face
value; you may depend
upon its being the truth.
That’s the policy that
has built this business
The Leading Store
in Lane County. That’s
the policy that is guid
ing the destinies of this
We would like to call your at=
tention to our clothing for young
men moderately priced from
$18.00 to $30.00
They will add tone and gentility
to any man’s appearance.
Come in and “Let George Do It”
THE HOME OF HOOD MEATS
AND GROCERIES, FRESH
(’IfRED, CORNED AND SMOK
ED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND
IL O* Barber Shop
UP TO DATE
Thirteenth and Patterson Streets
Raincoats, Crave net ts and
Overcoats $10 to $30
Our selection of ltain (.'outs, Cravenettes, and Overcoats, is so
complete, that it is easy to make a selection. Gaberdine and rubber
ized slip-ons, made with plain and radian shoulders, very best
quality, $10.00 to $2.”>.00.
Men's I Unit Grade lurnishino Goods
Make this store your headquarters for furnishing pood, com
plete stocks, new Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery. Underwear, Hats,
Caps, Swcctcrs, Scarfs, Hath Robes, House Jackets Night Gowns,
Vgents for HnIc-lVoof Hosiery. Kaiser Neckwear, Mousing Un
derwear, Dents' and Towns’ Gloves, Imperial Hats, lleid Caps.
W %uar sftdskfaiMe&tote*
* FROM THE BLEACHERS *
If Washington’s perfect football
machine had more weight, they would
be able to give a good account of
themselves against any of the teams
of the middle west, is the opinion of
many of the spectators who have seen
Michigan, Minnesota, and other teams
perform this year.
Coach “Fuzzy” Dolan of O. A. C.
showed himself to be a thorough sport
at the recent Oregon-Washington
; game, lie gave the team a stirring
talk hot off the bat and helped the
team by many valuable suggestions.
Sap Latourette still looks like the
All-Nortwest Quarter, in spite of
Roscoe Fawcett’s opinion.
The sporting editor now has eleven
: diagrams, all different, explaining the
trick play that netted Washington’s
second touchdown. All critics agree
that Center Presley had the ball at
the start of the play, which at some
later time came into the hands of
Right End Sutton, who made a touch
down. The first person sending in an
explanation that agrees with any of
the eleven on hand will receive a free
ticket to Mike Walker’s show.
Bradshaw put up a better game
than Warren Grimm. The Washing
ton star fell below his form showed
in former seasons. Brad is among the
top notch ends this season.
The only man on our friend the
enemy’s team, who showed his class
over the field, was Mucklestone. If
we could forget the old stars long
enough, most every one would agree
that the purple and gold halfback is
one of the greatest backs who ever
carried a ball on a Northwest field.
Don’t worry over it, the debate sea
son is at hand.
C. W. EDMUNDS. M. D.
Oculist and Anrist, 201 White Temple.
Ball Will Be Given for Oregon’s
Football Team Previous to M. A.
A. C. Game.
The branch of Oregon Alumni
in Portland is planning to give a
Thanksgiving party in that city to
students, former students, alumni and
faculty of the Universtiy.
Mrs. J. C. Ainsworth, Mrs. Zera
Snow, Mrs. Harriet McArthur, Mrs.
Cyrus A. Dolph, Mrs. Robert Wilson
Forbes, Mrs. E. E. Hecbsrt, Mrs.
Charles J. Schnabel, Mrs. Russell E.
Sewell, Mrs. George Beach, and Mrs.
Katherine Manyon, will be the pa
The ball is to be given in honor of
the University of Oregon and Mult
nomah Amateur Athletic Club foot
ball teams and elaborate plans are be
ing made for the entertainment of the
young gridiron warriors and their
No formal invitations are being is
sued to students, former students,
alumni members of the facility or
those affiliated with the Law or Med
ical Departments of the University,
all of whom are cordially invited to
The committee in charge of the ar
rangements consists of Dr. Homer I.
Keeney, John R. Latourette, John C.
Veach, Howard Moore, Dudley Clark,
C. N. McArthur, Oscar Beck, Charles
J. Schnabel, and Elmer Young.
Postage Stamps for sale at Obak
Engineers Will Meet.
The Engineering Club will hold its
regular meeting Friday evening in
Deady Hall. Prof. Barker will give a
talk on “The Engineer As An Expert
Witness.” This is an important sub
ject and one whch every engineer
should hear discussed. Mr. Moore, ’10,
will present a paper on “The Best
Method of Placing Concrete.”
Students Enjoy Party.
A very enjoyable dancing party
was given at the Osburn Hotel in
honor of Miss Vernita Osburn, Sat
urday evening, Nov. 11. Over a
hundred couples were there, the ma
jority of whom were college people.
Refreshments were served in the tea
room. Music was furnished by the
The few Chi Omega girls, who re
mained in Eugene over the week-end,
were hostesses at dinner Sunday. Cov
ers were laid for six guests.
A few of “those Students,” who were
left in Eugene on Saturday. Nov. 18,
were entertained with an informal
card party at the Theta House.
Postage Stamps for sale at Obak
Because of a series of unavoidable
circumstances, the footbal season at
the University of Montana came
nearly being a failure. The first game
of the season scheduled with the
Washington State College was called
oil* because of excessive expenses of
bringing the Pullman team to Mis
soula. The game with the Agricul
tural College at Boseman was called
off because of the death of one of the
B 'seman players. The game with
Gonzafia College of Spokane was
called off for a similar reason, and
when it came time to play the School
of Mines, the snow had buried the
athletic field, making that contest im
possible. The Montana University,
however, managed to pull off two
games during the season, one with
Utah and one with the Butte School
f Mines. Because of circumstances,
only eight men won their football
Those wishing to take advantage of
•low prices on engineering magazines,
see Mimes. 52 Porrm this week.
Postage Stamps for sale at Obak
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