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South Willamette St., near Golf Links.
Phone Farmers 2F43.
Ever traded at
The Art of Baking is displayed at
611 Willamette street. Tel. 220.
Student Trade Appreciated
BERT VINCENT Proprietor
40 East Ninth Street.
Patterson and ISth Streets.
Our pictures are strong, soft and
round. We guarantee to please you.
Prices are reasonable.
COME IN AND SEE OUR WORK
Cal-a-Poo-Ya Mineral Water
Cor. 5th and Willamette, Eugene, Ore.
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Fruits and Produce
Eugene’s Pioneer Wholesale Grocers
Phone 82 465 Olive
Are You Coming
The Water is Fine
The Red W Store
We would appreciate your ac
count. Interest paid on Time De
posits and Savings Accounts.
Corner Seventh and Willamette
Groshong & Billings. Prop*.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
J5 East Ninth Phone 14
TRY A LIMEADE
OR LIME FREEZE
A. W. COOK
CLEANING, PRESSING AND
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
45 E. 7th St. Phone 692. Eugene, Ore
C. Marx R. M. Marx
Eugene Dye Works
Expert Cleaners. Dyers and Pressers.
Phone Main 122.
125 East 2th St.
University of Oregon
You will find
W. G. SMITH & CO.
the best place to Engrave your
ERY OF ALL KINDS
Special dud oust for visiii g cards when
six or more order at one time.
3d Floor Washington Bldg,,
* SPORTING SQUIBS
Abel Kiviat, the Irish American
Athletic Club runner, who defeated
Melvin Shepard last Saturday in a
1500-meter race, in the world’s record
time of 3:59 1-5, or four seconds
faster than McClure’s recent time,
began his athletic career in the pub
lic schools of New York.
In the third lap of the relay race
at Seattle last Saturday, Courtney
overcame a handicap of fifteen yards
in his race with Boylen, but the lat
ter, when reaching the last straight
away, nearly overhauled the Wash
ington man, who beat Boylen but two
Pete Gerhardt, the Olympic Club’s
standby in short dashes, who ran sec
ond to Courtney in the Olympic try
outs, is 37 years old, and has two
By clever jockeying and team work,
Oregon’s trio in the two mile event
at Seattle, ran McClelland, the U. of
W. two miler off his feet, and fin
ished as they pleased.
During the O. A. C. senior picnic
at Newport, Dr. Stewart, athletic, in
structor of the Aggies, held a track
meet on the beach.
Windnagle again ran a half mile
in less than two minutes during the
inter-scholastic meet in Portland re
cently. His record of 1:56 4-5 is not
a world’s record for prep schools, a
former student at Mercerburgs Acad
emy having a record of 1:55 for the
Again a negro comes to the front
in the quarter mile. An Olympic
Club representative having won the
race in the recent Olympic tryouts.
Taylor, a former negro student at
the University of Pennsylvania, holds
the inter-collegiate record.
The pole vaulting record is being
vigorously assailed in the East by
Babcock, of Columbia, and Wright,
of Dartmouth. Both are vaulting
around the 12 feet 7 inches mark.
However, Bellah’s recent vault of 12
feet 9 7-8 inches, is the top notch so
far this year.
Neill is now ten feet eight inches
from the world’s javelin record, held
by Hunning of Sweden. His toss at
Seattle put him within a foot and a
half of Snedigar’s American record,
but as that was made on the Coast,
Neill gets credit for only a North
The Eutaxian Literary Society
elected its officers for next year at
its meeting Tuesday evening. Lu
cille Davis was unanimously elected
president, Hilda Brant, treasurer,
Lyle Steiwer, editor, Nell Hemenway,
critic, Margaret Rankin, sargeant-at
arms, and Janet Young received the
majority of votes for the office of
Miss Eleanor McLaine was elected
The Sigma Nus had as their week
end guest Mr. Hopkins, of Gamma
Arthur Geary has been in Portland.
Miss Lila Sengstake returned Tues
day from Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Fenton, who have
been visiting their son Boyce at the
Beta house, returned to their home
Copyright 1^1' The H Black Co
Makers of NX ooltex Gaintrnto
IIS Id MIS
EVERY GARMENT REDUCED
$5.00 to $10.00
You have yourself only to blame
if you need a Suit or Coat and miss
this sale. Pile reduction is marked
for this stage of the season, for
these garments were only received
.a few weeks ago.
Buy now and save
$5.00 to $10.00
Have just opened a
Voil Net and Lingere
Priced $15.00 to $30.00
Eugene Cloak and Suit House
Phone 525 E. LARGE Register Bldg.
The Store That Sells Wooltex Styles
‘flsf National Bank
Capital and Surplus $275,000.00
WANTS TOUR BANKING BUSINESS
T. G. HENDRICKS, President
P. E. SNODGRASS, Vice-President
LUKE L. GOODRICH, Cashier
DARWIN BRISTOW, Assistant Cashier
RAY GOODRICH, Assistant Cashier
Pacific Auto Co.
Oil and Gas
Storage and Livery Service
Phone 663. 84 Oak St.
FOR UP TO DATE PHOTOS
J. B. ANDERSON
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John A. Roeblings Sons Co
Wire, Insulated Wire, Wire Rope, Wire
Fifth and Stark Streets
F. C. MOULLEN, Manager
Phone 440 1
■ Everything for the
The Mozach Garage
10th and Oak Sts.
EUGENE, - OREGON