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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1912)
HIGH SCHOOL ELEVENS!
SHOW GOOD IHTERIAL
EL GENE HAS YET TO MEET
Portland “Prep” Champions Wanted
for (lame With Eugene High on
(By Tommy Boylen.)
The victory of Eugene High School j
over the strong A ioria High team j
on election day by a 20 to 0 score I
places the local team in line for the
state championship. Astoria has de
feated both Lincoln and Jefferson
High Schools of Portland and played
a tie game with Vancouver.
Although the game was played on
a wet field, which was disadvantage
ous to the light and fast Eugene
team, the outcome was never in doubt.
Eugene scored in the second quarter
on a forward pass from Gray to Big
bee. Again in the third quarter Bibee
picked up a fumble and converted it
into a touchdown, and in the same
quarter a long forward pass from
Gray to Bibee was responsible for the
Astoria came back strong in the
last quarter and all but scored. Their
heavy back field by lino plunging and
short end runs worked the ball within
the five yard line three times in this
interval, but each time lacked the nec
essary strength to score.
Eugene has at least four players
who could make any preparatory team
in the Northwest. These are Captain
Gray, fullback, Ross, right half, and
Bibee and Bigbee, ends.
Next Saturday Eugene plays Salem
High in Salem. Never in the history
of the two schools has either team
lost this annual game when played at
home; but Eugene intends to break
this tradition. The Oregon Electric
will run a special train that day and
have made a rate of one and a third.
Manager Frank Northrup, of Eu
gene, is making an effort to bring the
Washington inter-scholastic champions
of Portland here for a Thanksgiving
LECTURE MAKES Oil
THE PICTURES OK OREGON MEN
Film of Trainer Also Flashed on (lie
Screen, Hill Says by Mistake—
Before a packed house, Bill Hay
ward pave his football benefit lecture
illustrated by actual photographs of
the different national teams, the train
ers athletes, the races, scenes in
Sweden, anti several snapshots of the i
Swedish king. Martin Hawkins, 'll,
and Walter McClure, T3, Oregon’s
two representatives, figured promin
ently in several pictures.
The entertainment was begun by
first showing on the screen a snap
shot of the \nioricun team. This was
followed by pictures aboard the
steamship Finland, in one of which
Walter Met Mure could be seen leaning
over the rail. Bill had photos show
ing how much like a gymnasium the
ship had been arranged, and there
were numerous snapshots of the men
in training on the ship.
Among the pictures of the races
and the athletes in action were Haw
kins and McClure in beats which they
won; several snapshots of dim Thorpe,
the Carlisle representative, whom Bill
classes as the greatest athlete the
world has ever seen; the marathon
runners; high divers, and swimmers.
Probably the most enthusiasm was •
shown by the audience when a picture
of the lecturer was flashed on the
screen. Tho ovat: n accorded the
speaker lasted for nearly a minute,
while the operator heightened the en
thusiasm by ref mine to remove the
film. Bill, however, denied all know
ledge of the matter, end said, someone
must have slipped thing over on
The not proceeds aim anted to $100.
EQUAL SUFFRAGE IS i
1 Pit El 1) BY GR ADUATE
William E. St. John, T2, of 19
Gresham street, Ashland, took part
in an Equal Sutfrr e Debate in that
city, Friday evening, November 1,
according to a circular received by
Mr. St. John, who is teaching in
the Ashland High edroul, upheld tile
affirmative of the question. His col
league was a lawyer and editor of
In his letter to Mr. Douglass, the
former Oregon student said: "1 want J
you people to know that the Oregon
students get busy as soon as they
CO-ED BASKET BALL
TO BEGIN lift
GAMMA PHI BETA-LAMBDA RHO
FRAY OPENS SERIES
Over Sixty Women Out for Practice
—Both Captains Expect Defeat
in Coming Game.
Basket ball season in the woman’s
gymnasium formally opens Monday
with the first of the inter-sorority
series. Co-ed athletics have been
more atcive at the University than at
any previous year. With the close of
fall tennis and golf seasons, basket
ball now promises to hold full sway
for the next six weeks. Between 60
and 100 girls are practicing in order
to contest for the Hayward cup.
The first inter-sorority game will
be played Monday afternoon between
Gamma Phi Beta and Lambda Rho.
Neither team is at all confident, so it
promises to be interesting.
“I know we will not win,” said
Grace Bean, captain of the former
team, this morning. “Because some
of our girls have never played before
and this is our first year in the
“No, we do not expect to win,”
Janet Young, Lambda Rho captain,
stated. “We are the weakest team
and we know it, but we are certainly
going to do our best.”
The line-ups will be:
Lambda Rho. Gamma Phi Beta.
Janet Young .f.Grace Bean
Angeline Young:.f. Anna McMicken
Aline Noren.c .Catharine Carson
Mildred Wilson sc.Beatrice Lilly
Lucia Macklin.g.Eva Brock
Cecile Sawyer.g ..Florence Kendall
Dr. Stuart and Miss Thompson will
act as referees.
Twelve Per Cent of Princeton Men
Pay Own Expenses.
PRINCETON, N. J.—One hundred
and sixty-seven students or twelve
per cent of the undergraduate body at
Princeton University either wholly or
partially supported themselves during
the last college year, according to the
report of the Bureau of Selfhelp, made
Newspaper reporting, telegraph
work, tutoring, class room monitor
ships, clothes pressing, selling agen
cies, newspaper routes, table waiting,
baggage delivery and furnace tending
are some of the occupations in which
the men engaged.
LAUREANS WILL DISCUSS
STREET SPEAKING BILL
The regular Tuesday night meeting
of the Laureans, at 7 o’clock, in Dr.
Schmidt’s room, will include the fol
Five minute parliamentary drill.
Debate: Resolved, that the initia
tive bill to prevent speaking on the
streets of cities of over 5,000 popu
lation without the consent of the
mayor, is commendable.
Affirmative—Kimmell, and O’Con
Negative—Ackerson, and Sidwell.
Current events—Edward Bailey.
The meeting will close promptly at
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SUPPLIES FOR ALL SPORTS
The University of Oregon
Department of Public Speaking presents
“ The Clouds ”
of A ristophanes B. C. 423}
\ Greek comedy which has amused audiences of all ages,
and today is just as funny as ever.
Villard Hall, Saturday, Nov. 16
JH H: 15 ‘P. M. Sharp
special Scenery and Costumes will be used in order that the play
may be presented after the old Greek style. Reserved seats
now on sale at Linn’s Drug Store. Admission 50c.
WM. C. BARBOUR
University Piano Parlors
Gold Medal Pianos
Good Pianos to Rent
Phone 268-J. 336 East 13th St.
375 Willamette Phone Main 886
Depot Lunch Counter
R. H. BAKER, Proprietor
Chicken Tamales and Chili Con Carne
made daily. The Largest Sand
wiches and best Tamalea and Chili
Con Carne in the city.
Home Made Pies and Good Coffee
For up-to-date Photos
J. B. ANDERSON, Photographer
The external refreshment parlor,
where you will find finished workmen
and everything as they should be,
first class and up-to-date, at the
An expert bootblack in connection.
565 Willamette street.
STUDENTS will find an account
with this Bank a source of conven
A BANK ACCOUNT is good train
ing—the more used, the more appre
Corner Seventh and Willamette Sts.
Linn Drug Go.
Prescriptions Carefully Com
RAF & SON, Florists
Cut flowers, all kinds, all the time.
Violets every day. Phone 136.
2!) East Ninith Street.
Order That Royal
For a royal Thanksgiving, be Royal Tailored.
Give your body as worthy a feast outside as inside.
The Royal Tailors of Chicago make their local
headquarters at this store. We have their resplen
dent display of Broadway woolens, and they rec
ognize us as experts in taking measures for their
Shall We Take Your Measure?
O. P. HOWE
564 Willamette SI.
East Seventh Street
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558 Willamette Street
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Fellows who like gentlemanly wearing apparel
go to Friendly's first and sae time.
R. & W. Overcoats