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South Willamette St., near Golf LinkB.
Phone Farmers 2F43.
Ever traded at
The Art of Baking is displayed at
611 Willamette street. Tel. 220.
BERT VINCENT Propriety
40 East Ninth Street.
Patterson and 13th 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. Phone 152
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.
Comer Seventh and Willamette
Groshong & Billings, Props.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
15 East Ninth Phone 14
TRY A LIMEADE
OR LIME FREEZE
A. W. COOK
CLEANING, PRESSING ANC
LADIES WORK A SPECIALTY
45 E. 7th St. Phone 592. Eugene. Ore
C. Marx R. M. Mars
Eugene Dye Works
Expert Cleaners. Dyers and Pressers.
Phone Main 122. 125 East i#th St.
University of Oregon
You will find
W. G. SMITH & CO.
the best place to Engrave your
ERY OF ALL KINDS
Special disdount for visi i g cards when
six or more order at one time.
3d Floor Washington Bldg,,
FLIP ELECTS CHANDLER
Baseball Captaincy Coes to Heavy
Hitting Fielder After Close
Ben Chandler will lead out in the
assault on the “Unips” for Oregon
next season, as a result of the elec
tion held for the baseball captaincy
yesterday afternoon. Eight men won
their letters this season, and were
entitled to vote.
A co-incidence of this election and
that for the football captaincy last
fall is that the former was a duplica
tion of the latter, in that a toss of a
coin was necessary to settle the tie.
“Beany” Mount was hooked up with
Chandler, each man having three
votes, and the candidates mutually
agreed to decide the winner accord
ing to precedent. In the toss Chand
ler out-horseshoed his rival and ac
cordingly secured the honor.
Ben Chandler has been one of the
most reliable players on the Oregon
squad for three seasons. He is a
clever outfielder and a heavy hitter,
having batted second to Cobb this
season, and under his leadership the
chances for Oregon’s taking another
Northwest championship in 1913 look
Dont’s for College Girls.
Wellesley College has a list of up
to-the-minute dont’s. Here are some
“Don’t flirt with the handsome fel
low down village. His wife may not
“Don’t retire with undrawn cur
tains. The rubber industry is flour
inshing in other places than South
“Don’t chew candy or anything else
while on the village streets. If you
must chew, try the rag.”
“Don’t kiss each other in the pub
lic highway. It’s awful to see a wo
man doing a man’s work.”
“Don’t study too hard. Folks may
think your are preparing to earn
your own living.”
“Don’t show your dislike of a hat
ed instructor. Give her some of your
* EXCHANGE *
The Washington State College has
just installed a phonographic appar
atus for use in connection with the
modern language department of the
college. This is probably the first
case in the Northwest of a labora
tory course in foreign languages.
In order to test the student’s abil
ity to reproduce the foreign pronun
ciation, a dictaphone driven by an
electric motor, will be employed for
recording purposes. A shaving ma
chine for shaving down wax cylin
drical records, so that they may be
used more than once, is also provided
in the outfit.
Students at the Washington State
College elected officers for the com
ing year last Friday. Those elected
were: H. M. Chambers, president;
E. R. Jinnett, vice president; Miss
I Wagnon, secretary; Chester Body
and James Williams, student’s af
fairs committee; Eddie Pape, Klein
holtz, Lowry and Bartlett, athletic
council; Guy Rake, editor Evergreen,
and G. P. Kock, business manager of
Last Thursday, Harvard, Cornell
and Princeton met in a triangular
regatta on the Charles river. This
is their least triangular race of the
in sis ®i ns
EVERY GARMENT REDUCED
$5.00 to $10.00
You have yourself only to blame
it you need a Suit or Coat and miss
this sale. The 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 tc $10.00
Have just opened a
Voil Net and Lingere
Copyright 191- The H Black Co
Makers a! \\ ooltex Garments
Priced $15.00 to $30.00
Eugene Cloak and Suit House
Phone 525 _E. LARGE Register Bldg.
The Store That Sells Wooltex St vies
Hist National Bank
Capital and Surplus $275,000.00
WANTS YOUR 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
i Cloth, Netting
j Fifth and Stark Streets Portland, Oregon
F, C. MOULLEN, Manager
Everything for the
The IMozach Garage
10th and Oak Sts.
EUGENE, - OREGON