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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 9, 1911)
S. H. FRIENDLY & CO.
THE LEADING STORE
3f?e Sensation ot tfye Clothing
business is the item
5uII Dress Suit
tt>o I]ar>e just receircb
It is a Hand Tailored garment made of Standard
T'liII \Dress Material, and of course is
We were able tosecui e only a Limited Number of these
Exceptional Values which are worth $40.00
We ars going to se/l these Suits for
THE HOME OF GOOD MEATS
AND GROCERIES. . FRESH
CURED, CORNED AND SMOK
ED MEATS. SAUSAGES AND
U- CX Barber Shop
UP TO DATE
Thirteenth and Patterson Streets
McMorran & Washburne
complete stocks of
Blue and Black Evening Suits
$20.00 to $35.00
Full Dress Suits are Accessories
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V fQA S^Hf 0w44« ft € CC ONOMY
BANDY BALL TO OH
Determined Movement to Awaken
Golf Interests Among Faculty
There will be a meeting of every
one interested in golf next Wednesday,
at 4 "P. M., in Prof. Reddie’s room in
Villard Hall. The purpose will be
to re-organize the club after its past
year of inactivity. Eight years ago
there were about a hundred enthus
iastic members, who had a well-fur
nished club house at the links on Col
lege Hill, but for a few years interest
has suffered a slump.
This year, the promoters consider
the chances for a successful revival
very good. The links can be reached
easily on the cars, and but a small
outlay of forty dollars will put the
greens in excellent condition. A
large membership will lower the an
nual fees to about fifty cents. Ar
rangements have been made for lay
ing in a large supply of balls and
Golf is a good winter sport, and
with cross-country, is about the only
out-of-door recreation for the rainy
months. A number of the faculty of
officers are enthusasts already; among
them are Pres. Campbell, Profs. De
Cou, Dearborn, Shafer, Thurber. Miss
tiffany, and Mr. Prescott. The present
record is forty, but before the end of
the year, with a good course and reg
ular, consistent play, this record is
expected to be lowered to thirty-five.
Two tournaments will be held in
late winter or early spring, one handi
cap, and the other an open tourna
A Good Surprise
to your mother, sister, or sweetheart,
will be a box of OTTO’S CANDIES.
The only candy made in Eugene, and
better than any candy shipped in to
BASKETBALL SERIES FOR
Schedule Consisting of Four Games
Will Be Played Off Early
Beginning next Tuesday, the in
ter-class basketball series for the
possession of the Hayward cup will
commence. Only four games will be
played, two on Tuesday and two on
Wednesday, and the championship
will be decided on the percentage
Little is known of the relative
strength of the contesting teams,
particularly in the case of the fresh
men, and a close race for the cup is
anticipated by the various teams.
Up to this week it has been gen
erally understood that the same
rules would govern the inter-class
series as those formulated for the
club and fraternity games, that is
that none of last year’s varsity men
would be allowed to play, but the
Sophomores have taken matters into
their own hands by electing Carl
Fenton as captain of their aggrega
tion, and it is probable that the other
classes will follow suit. As yet,
however, Bill Nitscke (junior) is the
only other captain chosen.
WALKER ELECTED FOOT
BALL CAPTAIN FOR 12
Independence Student to Lead Oregon
Hopefuls in Championship
At a Banquet of the footbal team,
Wednesday night, at the Osburn Ho
tel, Dean Walker, ’13, was elected
captain of the 1912 Varsity. Five
ballots were taken, all of which re
sulted in a tie between Walker and
Ed Bailey, and the deadlock was
broken by the flip of a coin, in
which Walker outlucked the giant
tackle. Fenton nominated Walker and
Sap Latourette put Bailey’s name be
fore the team.
Walker is a popular player, this be
ing his third year on the Oregon
team. Walker prepped at Columbia
University of Portland and played
three years on that team, receiving
several all-interscholastic selections
by the Portland scribes. Walker is
a hard, conscientious player, and a
favorite with team and fans alike.
He hails from Independence and is a
junior in the college of liberal arts.
Miss Margo Egan entertained Fri
day afternoon with cards, in honor
of two guests from Portland, the
Misses Leirnson and Sutton.
Miss Amy Rothchild entertained
in the evening with a dance, also in
honor of Miss Sutton and Miss
Miss Sophie Catlin and Miss Neil
Thielson were hostesses at a large
dance in Salem, at the Hotel Marion,
on Friday, December 1. A great
many of their University friends
The Tri Deltas entertained for the
Phi Gamma Deltas Friday evening.
The evening was spent in dancing.
The Tri Delta Seniors entertained
a few of their friends at dinner
Guests at the Beta Theta Pi House
over the week-end are C. E. McCul
loch, Tyler Oglesby and Grover Kest
ly, from Portland; Frank Sullivan,
from Oregon City; Carl Gabrielson,
and Tom Townsend, from Salem;
Edwin Fortmiller, from Albany, and
Arthur Means and Merle Chessman,
Stuart Freeman, a student of Port
land Academy, spent a few days at
the Kappa Sigma House.
Otto’s candies are made fresh every
day and not like other chocolates and
bon bons shipped here and made two
or three months ago. Try them and
Weber’s Milwaukee Chocolates at
the Obak Cigar Store.
Weber’s Milwaukee Chocolates at
the Obak Cigar Store.
The Store That Sells
First Class Workmen.
565 Willamette Street.
PIANOS FOR RENT
606 Willamette Street.
40 East Ninth Street.
Linn Drug Co.
KODAKS KODAK SUPPLIES
530 Willamette Street.
23tlltar6s an6 pool
SMITH & McGORMIGK, Proprietors
We would appreciate your ac
count. Interest paid on Time De
posits and Savings Accounts.
Corner Seventh and Willamette
Student Trade Appreciated
BERT VINCENT Proprietor
Making Clothes is
Men Buy at
505 Willamette St.