Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, February 28, 1912, Image 4

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    S. H. FRIENDLY & CO.
THE LEADING STORE
We are now selling all of those
$25.00, $27.50 and $30.00
Suits for
$ 14.85
Take advantage of this reduction and Save Money
Mrs. Bibee was the guest of her
daughter Jessie, at the Theta House.
“Jerry” Martin visited friends in
Junction City over the week-end.
Wing's Market
THE HOME OF GOOD MEATS
AND GROCERIES. . FRESH
CURED, CORNED AND SMOK
ED MEATS, SAUSAGES AND
POULTRY
Phone 38 487 Willamette
Electric
Shoe Repairing
Satisfaction Guaranteed
Ed Cluer 619 Willamette
A Good Surprise
to your mother, sister, or sweetheart,
will he n box of OTTO’S CANDIES.
The only candy made in Eugene, and
better than any candy shipped in to
Eugene.
Y. M. C. A. MUST F aY
THE FIDDLER SOME COIN
Report of Manager Howard Zim
merman on the special Y. M. C. A. edi
tion of the Emerald, reveals the fol
lowing financial state:
Cost of special cuts .$16.50
Proportion expenses of Em
erald to Y. M. C. A. 53.55
Total cost .$70.05
Revenue from adds .$23.00
Deficit to meet .$47.05
Charlie Poyl and Zim are thinking
some these days.
Faye Ball, ex-T3, was back for a
few days, renewing old acquaintances.
| THE CLUB
BARBER SHOP
Student Trade Appreciated
BERT VINCENT Proprietor
McMorran & Washburne
announce
first showing of spring
Society Brand
Suits $20.00 to $35.00
One hundred Suits just arrived in Dublin Blues,Coffee
Browns and Tans and Blue Serges. Make your
selection et’ily.
L System Suits
Arrive Next Week
New Woolens for Tailored Suits now in. Experts to measure
you, and fit absolutely guaranteed. Suits to order, $13.00 to
$20.00.
rv* $ruf iXjAi/rt e cco^omy
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* MUSICAL RECITAL TONIGHT *
* _ *
* This evening in Villard Hall, the *
* annual recital of the advanced *
* students of the School of Music *
* will be held. The program will *
* commence at 8:15 sharp. No ad- *
* mission will be charged. Every- *
* one interested in the work of the *
* School of Music is cordially in- *
* vited. *
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CHEMISTRY CLUB HOLDS
FIRST REGULAR MEETING
The Chemistry Club held its first
meeting in the chemistry lecture room
Monday afternoon, where an interest
ing and well rounded program was
rendered by the members.
The object of the Chemistry Club is
to keep up a healthy interest in topics
in the field of chemistry. A special
program committee will deal out var
ious live subjects for individual mem
bers to report upon in the regular
meetings. Besides these reports,
members of the faculty and outside
authorities will be invited to make
special lectures before the organiza
tion.
The club will meet every Monday
afternoon at 4 o’clock and all those
who are interested or desire member
ship, are asked to join the club.
The program rendered Monday
afternoon i nthe initial meeting was
as follows:
“The Story of the Perkin Medal,”
by Joseph Williamson.
“The Winner of the Perkin Medal
for by Russell Calkins.
“How Sulphur Is Obtained in Loui
siana.” by Lawrence Whitman.
“The Geological Formation of Sul
phur Deposits,” by Prof. Collier.
El'TAXlAN SOCIETY INSTALLS
NEWLY ELECTED OFFICERS
At the regular meeting of the
Eutaxian Literary Society last even
ing. the newly elected officers were
installed, consisting of president, Eli
zabeth Busch; vice-president, Emma
Waterman; secretary, Ruth Beach;
assistant secretary, Eleanor McClain;
treasurer. Flora Dunham; editor, Mar
garet Egan; sergeant-at-arms, Nellie
Hemenway.
Besides the installation the question
of foreign languages in grammar
schools was debated by Lucile Mc
Quinn and Marjorie Cowan for the af
firmative. and Ruth Beach and Kath
ryn Kilpatrick for the negative.
It is the plan of the society to hold
a social meeting in the near future.
Engineers at the University of
Washington have formed a H. H. C.
D. H. Wolfe, ’01, is a teacher at
Bremerton. Wash.
OR EGON PLAYS PULLMAN
MONDAY AND TUESDAY
“Longs” and “Shorts” and Freshman
Teams to Play Preliminary
Contests.
The “Longs” and the “Shorts” will
try conclusions in a basketball game,
which will come as a preliminary to
the game with W. S. C., scheduled for
next Monday night.
The personnel of the “Longs” will
be chosen from such lengthy fellows
as Bob Kellogg, Fen Waite, E. Street,
Edwin Sternberg, Wallace Caufield,
Claude Still, and “Socrates” Myers.
Among the midgets who are candi
dates for the teams of “Shorts” are
Buford Jones, Irwin Brooks, Billy
McAllen, Wu Sun, Harry Lytle, and
Claude Washburne. The “Shorts”
and “Longs” will meet in the Men’s
Gymnasium, Friday, at 4 o’clock, to
elect captains, and two or three prac
tices will be endulged in before the
eventful struggle Monday night.
The crack little freshman team, if
Manager Eddie Dorr consents, will
line up against the Eugene High
School quintet as an appetizer to the
second game with Washington State,
on Tuesday evening.
The Pullman games promise to be
fast, grueling struggles, for Hay
ward’s men and it is considered for
tunate that a week and a half elapses
between these contests and the date
for the two Washington games on
Thursday and Friday, March 14 and
15.
The score of the Oregon vs. S. W. C.
game, played during the recent trip
at Pullman, was 18 to 13, with Ore
gon two field baskets and one foul to
the good. The Oregon five will have
no advantage in being on their home
floor, as the Washington State
“Gym” is fully as large as Oregon’s.
The ticket sale for the Pullman
games will open at Obak Cigar Store
and Linn’s Drug Store, on Friday
morning at 10 o’clock.
ROTSCHILD’S BULLDOG TURNS
MURDERER AND IS KILLED
Joe Rotschild’s pedigree bulldog
“King,” not content with the ordin
ary humdrum frat house existence,
started something last Saturday
morning, that ened rather disast
rously.
While out with a surveying party,
in East Eugene, “King” espied a cow,
with which he forthwith proceded to
mix. At first a full “Nelson” on the
animal’s left ear was the best that
“King” could do, but finally a
“grapevine” on the cow’s throat was
secured.
In the course of her flight, the
bovine representative essayed to
jump a ditch, but not being in good
form, failed to make the distance,
breaking a leg and dislocating some
joints, so that the only recourse was
via the pistol route.
“King” was soon in ill repute with
the cow’s owner, and in order to ap
pease the latter’s wrath, an unsuc
cessful attempt was made to hie the
canine to other lands. But the at
tempt failed, and “King” took his
place among the immortals.
Betas Face Starvation.
With starvation staring them in the
face, the Beta Theta Pi’s are ready
to offer a fabulous sum to anyone who
can even brown toast or scramble
eggs.
In other words, they are without a
cook, and until one is found who can
provide three “squares” a day. War
ner will pasture his hungry ones at
various places, where refreshments
are served.
APPROACHING TRACK SEASON
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borhood of $300, which expense, it is
needless to say. the U. of O. student
body is in no condition to stand.”
Besides this. Manager Geary is in
communication with the Washington
High track manager and hopes to se
cure a meet between that team and
the Oregon Freshmen as a stopover
date for the High School boys on their
return from the Southern trip.
Yoran’s
Shoe Store
The Store That Sells
Good Shoes
THE PLACE
First Class Workmen.
565 Willamette Street.
606 Willamette Street.
Yerington
PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST
JOHNSTON’S CANDIES
40 East Ninth Street.
Linn Drug Co.
KODAKS KODAK SUPPLIES
BUNTE’S CREAMS
530 Willamette Street.
Cfye Club
23illtarbs anb Pool
SMITH & McCORMICK, Proprietors
We would appreciale your ac
count. Interest paid on Time De
posits and Savings Accounts.
Merchants Bank
Coruer Seventh and Willamette
NEW
STYLES
WEAVES
FANCY PIN-STRIPES
IN
Men Buy at
THE
Haberdasher
505 Willamette St.