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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (March 23, 1912)
Golf Enthusiasts are Grouped for
First Hound of Match for Smartt
Commencing at once, the Varsity
Men’s Handicap Golf Tournament
will hold the interest of Golf enthusi
asts, until the possession of the H.
D. Smartt cup, which will go to the
winner for one year, is determined.
The committee on ranking, consist
ing of Prescott, Tiffany, and Prof.
Dearborn, have announced the handi
caps for the various men, and have
grouped the players into their re
spective classes with their opponents
for the first round, which has
already commenced. Each round
will be eighteen holes, with handi
caps ranging from three holes given
by those of the first class, to six holes
which will be given to those of the
The drawings, as announced, are
Prescott, Dearborn, and Tiffany, who
drew “byes,” at scratch, Lingenfelter
and Young, three; Cecil and Dixon,
six and three; Cecil and Dixon, six
and three; Dorr and Prof. DeCou, six
and three; Grayson and G. Watson,
five and three; Lytle and G. Frazier,
four all; C. Watson and Latourette,
six and four; Cake and Waite, five
and four; Hawkins and Still, six and
four; Pres. Campbell and Holden, six
and four; Roberts and Terpening,
six and five; Thurber, K. Frazier,
Heusner, drew byes, and are given
five, six and six.
So far but one or two of the match
es have been played, yet with the con
tinuance of ideal weather, the golf
links will be a lively place, especially
when Dr. Stewart’s gym classes make
their credits by cavorting out the hills
in pursuit of the elusive “pill.” With
the greens and bunkers in good
shape, golf is assuming a prominent
place in athletic circles.
Spooners Cut Wires.
Because the spooners at the Uni
versity of Washington persist in cut
ting the wires that furnish the energy
for the lights on the campus at night,
so that they might not be bothered
by their dazzling brilliancy, campus
boss Fred Blum has decided not only
to hide the wires, but also to remove
the benches. Three times the fussers
chopped the wires, and then the tall
deputy got tired, and put a stop -to
OREGANA PICTURES SENT
TO ENGRAVER WEDNESDAY
The fraternity and club pictures for
the Oregana were sent in to the en
graver Wednesday. This fact prac
tically assures the publication of the
annual either before or during Junior
Although the Juniors are rather
reticent about talking about their
book, they do state that they will
make good their claim of getting out
a book which will cause both the Uni
versity and themselves to be justly
proud. It will be a book excellent
ly gotten up of fine heavy paper,
bound in gray boards, the whole be
ing about one and one-half inches in
About three hundred and fifty sub
scriptions have already been secured.
Elizabeth Woods, ’10, is a graduate
student of Clark University, Wor
| * LOCAL ITEMS *
Jean Allison has gone to Port
Laura Taylor is visiting her sister
Gertrude Holmes is up for the Beta
Tom Word is spending a few days
Leland Hendricks has gone to Sa
lem for a few days.
The Tri Deltas held an informal
dance Friday evening.
Anita Harding will be a guest of the
Chi Omega House over Sunday.
The Gamma Phis have as their
guests this week-end Pearl McKenna,
Chloe Stanfield, Marie Rice, Cather
ine Carson, and Edna and Clara Can
A number of the Beta Theta Pi
alumni have come to Eugene for the
Beta formal. Among them are Dean
Goodman, Melvin Ogden, C. E. Mc
Cullough, G. H. Shumacher. Rob Hick
son, E. O. Quinn, Mr. and Mrs. Grover
Kestly, and Clarence Whealdon, of
Portland, Guy Mount, of Oregon City,
Carl Gabrielson, Edwin Fortmiller, of
Albany, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cruick
shank, of Creswell, and John Kestly,
Thetas Defeat Lambda Rhos.
The Theta basketball team defeated
the Lambda Rhos 21 to 4, Thursday
afternoon. This victory leaves only
the Thetas and Gamma Delta Gam
mas undefeated. The finals for the
Emerald cup will be played off next
Joy H. Upton, '02, is a prominent
member of the Oregon Bar, with offi
ces in the Swetland Building, Port
Franklin F. Korell, TO, has charge
of a collective agency in Portland.
Merode Underwear, Onyx Hosiery
Suits and Skirts
The best that Paris offers in
style, the best America offers in
workmanship—these you’ll find
We have a generous selection
of the new Spring styles.
Come in and see them.
Copyright 1912 The H. Black Co.
Makers of Woaltex Garments
Eugene Cloak and Suit House
Phone 525 E. LARGE Register Bldg.
THE STORE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX STYLEsj
Mrs. Irene Lincoln Poppleton, ’08,
is at. home, Ewahwe Station, Oswego,
Hopkin Jenkins, ’02, has been prin
cipal of the Jefferson High School
since its completion four years ago.
Man can make work with “Our National Government”
pay from $100 to $300 monthly. Inquireof L. h.Francis, 4I5E11th
_ across from Eugene Bible University, or Chas. Koyl, Y. M C. A. Book Exchange.
Vote for Y. D. HENSILL
For Councilman in First Ward
Hist National Bank
Capital and Surplus $275,000.00
WANTS YOUR BANKING BUSINESS
I. G. HENDRICKS, President
I*. 1'.. SNODGRASS, Vice-President
LUKE L. GOODRICH, Cashier
DARW IN BR1S I OVV, Assistant Cashier
RAY GOODRICH, Assistant Cashier
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THE QUALITY STORE
Eli Bangs, Pres. J. H. West, Vice Pres. Earl L. McNutt, Sec.
BANGS LIVERY CO.
Livery, Sale and Stage Stables
Baggag' l ransf erred Day or Night
Automobile and Cab Service
Phone Main 21 Cor. Eighth and Pearl
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Sorority and Fraternity trade sol
icited. Phone SS3.
All makes of machines rented, sold,
Ribbons and Supplies.
M. K. TABOR
Phone 881. 474 Willamette St. |
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26 West 5th St. Phone 572
Lessons in China painting, white
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Cor. 10th and Willamette S
BERTHA L. WILLIAM
The ‘‘Quality” Shop
Confectionery and Ice Cream
that is superior
Hot and Cold Lunches
C. A. MOUSE, Proprietor
Call up 578
15 East Ninth
Agate Cutting and Mounting a Specialty
Coppernoll Jewelry Co*