E. C. Hughes. G. E. Wood. Eugene Bottling Co* Manufacturers of all kinds of SOFT DRINKS AND SYRUPS Golf and Tennis Supplies Eugene Gun Co. C. W. Crump Dealer in STAPLE AND FANCY Groceries Fresh Vegetables 20 East Ninth St. Phone 18 Hotel Osburn W. F. Osburn, Prop. Modern and Up-to-Date. Rooms en suite or single. Dining room popular with stud ents of U. of O. EAT AT THE l i 11 dll If you want the best Try the Owl’s Famous Clam Chowder and Chilis Opp. Postoffice Cor. 6th and lllamett: Lawsons For the Mest and Freshest Fruits Opposite Post Office C'or. 9th ami Willamette. DUNN’S BAKERY U. of 0. students welcome to Eu- J gene. Y'ou are invited to inspect our plant and our goods. All kinds of pastry, sanitary wrapped bread. Heinz’ goods, Aldon confectionery, chewing gum, etc. 1 )iiiin & l *rice Phone 72. SO East 9th St. Fisher Laundry CLEANIN'!! and PRESSING Phone 66. WHEN YOU THINK OF WATCH REPAIRING then of course you naturally think of Smart, The Jeweler New Location 691 Willamette PAUL. HOPPE LADIES and GENTS TAILOR All work guaranteed. None but first class workmen employed. Our work is made right in Eugene. 19 E. Ninth St. Phone 138 EUGENE STEAM LAUNDRY Phone 123. West Eight Street. W. M. GREEN The Grocer The BEST of Everything to Eat 623 Willamette Phone 25 PIERCE BROS. FANCY GROCERIES FRUITS, VEGETABLES Phone us your orders. We have our own delivery wagons. Phone 246. m (Sire you See JTortlj H?ini>otu for Pisplay of Spritnj attb Summer Woolens MEN BLJY AT THE Haberdasher 505 Willamette Street Registered Factory on Optometrists Premises Burgess Optical Co. Wholesale and Retail OPTICIANS j^l Willamette St. Eugene Hunter Electric Co. Electric Supplies I»I9 Willamette Phone 7181 Roach Music House Everything In the MUSIC LINE 10th and Willamette Sts. Phone 862. The Store that Saves you Money on Furniture for Students €otr>neys £anfcies Shaping necessities Prescriptions Compound by (Srabuate pharmacists Sfyenmn=ZHoore Drug Co. 9th anb IPillamette BISSELL & BARKER 526 Willamette Street General Home Furnishers Phone 124 Eugene, Oregon EYES THAT TIKE EASILY can be greatly helped by wearing glasses while reading, writing or sew ing. Let me fit you today to glasses that will ease the strain on your eyes and fit so comfortably that you will feel as if you had always worn them, j DR. J. 0. WATTS, Optometrist 564 Willamette St. KAY GUN CO. Auto Supplies Harley Davidson, Indian 8t Flying Merkel Motorcycles Racycle and Pierce Bicycles Fishing Tackle VOLLAND’S NEW IDEAS In Commen cement Greeting Folders Get a Kodak * or a Premo and Take pictures for your mem’ry book Schwartzschild’s Chambers Hardware Company Gillette Safety Razors SETH LARAWAY FINE DIAMONDS ENGAGEMENT RINGS SILVERWARE An extensive line of suitable W.dding and Commencement Gifts PIANOS Lumber Lath Shingles For an Hour of Entertainment The Folly THE HOME OF GOOD FILMS Fraternities Sororities STOP at our office and see our gas automatic Water Heaters. Any time you turn the facet you get hot water. Oregon Power Co. We carry Starrett’s Tools, Pipe, Fillings and up-to-date Machinery GOURLEY STUDIO Kodak Finishing Lantern Slides General Portrait Photography Cfye Club 3illiarbs anb pool SMITH & McCORMICK, Proprietors Wing's Market THE HOME OF GOOD MEATS AND GROCERIES. FRESH CURED. CORNED AND SMOK ED MEATS. SAUSAGES AND POULTRY Phone 38 487 Willamette SECOND HAND STORE I pay the highest price for Second Hand Clothing and Shoes. SAM GEMS, Prop. Phone 794. 58 West Eighth St. JOHN J. RUDE Groceries and Meats Fifth and Blair Phone 620 Tom Townsend, ’07, came down from Salem Friday, and is stopping at the Be*a house. MAY SUTTON GIVES ADVICE ON TENNIS PLAYING In a recent number of American Lawn Tennis there appeared an ar ticle entitled “Woman’s Play and How to Improve It,” by May Sutton of Los Angeles, the former woman champion of the United States and England. Miss Sutton says in part: “If you really enjoy playing you should with constant practice improve your game and eventually become a good player. In practice games al ways try to win, of course, but above all thing essay new strokes, with the fixed idea of perfecting them. For example, if your bacx hand is weak, never get out of position in order to make a stroke with your fore arm, when the proper return is one with your back hand. By doing so you get out of position and you are thus at the mercy of your opponent, espe cially if the next return is a speedy one. “A girl just learning to play should practice with some one not much better than herself. If her op ponent is much better her superior ity will cause discouragement and the new player will come to think that she does not know anything about the game. Some self-confi dence is needed if one is to make real progress.” PIT WARRIORS FIGHT SANGUINARY BATTLE On Decoration Day, about ten o’clock in the morning, the Avavas staged one of the most successful in terfraternity canine encounters that has been pulled off at Oregon for some time. The principals were Mick, Sigma Nu, who by way turned out to be the better warrior, and Prokos, Beta Theta Pi. The combat was started by the Sig ma Nu hope, who assumed the ag gressive by seizing Prok by a foreleg, snaking him off the Avava veranda. From this time on, both dogs mixed it, with Mick showing up bet ter in aggressiveness and infighting. The rock-chewing propensities of the latter animal, however, made it im possible for him to secure any per manent holds, and honors were even as to actual damage inflicted. A de cision on this score was impossible, and Referee Van Marter gave the fight to the Sigma Nu representative on points. Jesse Bond Writes Thesis. Jesse H. Bond, ’09, who has taught in the Condon school during the past year, is writing a thesis on “The Genesis of Jesus’ Doctrine of Father hood,” for his master’s degree under Prof. Young. The article has been highly complimented by Schmidt, of Cornell, and Giddings, of Columbia University. While in college, Jesse Bond dis tinguished himself in both debate and oratory—winning the interstate ora torical contest in 1908, second place in the state oratorical contest in 1909 and acting as leader on interstate de bating teams for two years. He was always known as a man who followed tenaciously his carefully thought out moral principles and because of this trait, at times, stirred up strenuous opposition among those who dis agreed with him, however, no one doubted that he was a man who had the courage of his convictions. CURRENT EVENTS ABSORB EUTAXIAN INTERESTS The Eutaxian Literary Society will give a program next Tuesday even ing on current topics. 1. Teddy and the Trusts, Flora Dunham. 2. The Lawrence Strike—Its Les son, Lucile McQuinn. 3. Current Events Abroad, Mil dred Healy. 4. Impromptu Debate: Resolved, That women should be given the right to vote. Immediately following the program will be the installation of officers. The Washington State College defeated the Univeristy of Idaho by a score of 82 to 58 and won the undisputed championship of Wash ington and Idaho, May 25th, in a meet pulled off in a driving rain, in kvhich no records were made nor old records equaled.