Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 23, 1913)
ALBANY WILL BE
SCENE OF GAME
FINAL ARRANGEMENTS COM
PLETED BETWEEN 0. A. C.
10,000 SPECTATORS COMING
Excursion Trains From Eugene,
Portland, Corvallis and Salem
to Carry Crowd to Big Con
test November 8.
Graduate-Manager Dean Walker
returned the first of the week from
several days’ sojourn in Albany,
the football capital of the state,
where he has been making the final
arrangements with Dr. E. J. Stewart
of O. A. C., and William Eagles, rep
resenting the Albany Commercial
Club, for the one great game of the
year in Oregon, the O. A. C.-Oregon
game which will be held in Albany
on November 8th.
Albany is making extensive pre
parations for the great crowd which
is expected to attend the game and
which will in all probability be
much larger than last year. Ac
cording to Walker, extra bleachers
are being put in on the north side
of the field which will facilitate the
handling of 5000 more people this
year than last.
Albany will be able to handle
10,000 people this year,” said
Walker, ‘‘and they will be taken care
of in much better style than last.
New sidewalks are being put in
which will keep the people out of
the mud. The field will be drained
and everything possible done to put
things in shape for both the teams
and the crowd.
"The game will he called at o
o’clock this year instead of 2:30, so
that a special train bearing alumni
of both Oregon and O. A. C. may
leave Portland at noon and reach
Albany in time for the game. Spe
cial trains will be run from both
Corvallis and Eugene and Albany is
preparing to handle at least 10,000
Some dispute arose over gate re
ceipts and regulation of the excur
sion trains, but when it was threat
ened that the game would be held in
Eugene or in Portland, the Albany
authorities agreed to the present
terms which allow Albany $250 for
the use of the field for the game,
they tt> provide for the necessary im
provements to handle the crowd.
‘‘In regard to the coming game
Saturday between Idaho and Oregon
1 am not well enough informed to
state much about the outcome. As
a result of my absence from the city
1 do not know how the men who are
suffering from injuries are getting
along and so cannot make a state
ment. Undoubtedly Idaho has a
strong team this year from all re
ports and we will have no walka
(By Lee Hendricks)
My friend, if you have troubles, if
you are feeling blue;
If old Dame Fortune tries to hand
the double-cross to you;
If cruel profs are hard to please, and
don't fall for your line;
If you kissed all your rocks gcodby
to back the New York nine;
If you are broke so flat your clothes
look like September Morn's;
If you have influenza, gout, dyspep
sia, or corns;
If you are crossed in love, or chased
by any kind of jinx,
Just let the following advice sift
through your mental chinks:
Don't jump into the river, though
your troubles sorely chafe;
Don't point a pistol at your bean, the
habit is unsafe;
Don't drown your woes in alcohol,
for drinking is a curse;
Don't take a shot of chloroform, for
that is even worse:
Don't use Peruna. Grape-Nuts, Co
ca-Cola. or Sen-Sen;
Try one of Obak’s hot dogs, and
you'll feel all right again.
Although stringent hazing rules
had been adopted at the Ohio State
University this year, nevertheless
three freshmen were given an invol
untary immersion in the University
1-ake before it could be enforced.
“WAY oor TAKEN
OP BY STEFFENS
FAMOUS SELF - CONFESSED
MU C Kit AKER TELLS OF
GRAFT IN AMERICA
SOCIAL OUTLOOK WRONG
In Talk Tuesday Evening, the
Speaker Says Men Must Be
Crooked to Make Success Un
der Present Conditions.
“Men must be crooked to make a
success of business under present
conditions,” was the statement made
by Lincoln Steffens in introducing
his address Tuesday evening in Vil
lard Hall, upon the subject of “A
Way Out for Cities and Spates.” The
great leaders of the country, he said,
are devoting their energies toward
elevating themselves rather than for
the good of the state- They com
mit sins, and in the commission of
sins, they make sacrifices in their
own interests, wbereas if they were
made to see the “vision,” and live
lives of Faith, Hope and Charity,,
their energies might be used in im
proving our government.
The present day leaders in indus
try, mauy who are so-called
“crooked,” are the result of their
environment, of the ideals of the
nation, which trend toward individ
ual success rather than the success
of the city, the state, or the nation.
Mr. Steffens cited the episode of
the Ruef-Schmidt exposures in San
Francisco as examples of injustice
toward born leaders who, like most
of the “higher ups,” had simply used
their powers for the purpose of pro
moting their own interests rather
than those of their city.
“A man may commit a felony
without being a felon. Law is a
terrible thing, and doesn’t do jus
tice at all.”
Temptation should be removed
from our public officials, thinks Mr,
Steffens. We should demand, not
so much honor, as a knowledge of
the work, and social loyalty.
“The representatives of the peo
ple don’t represent the people at all.
Labor itself is betrayed by its own
leaders.” Socialists,. anarchists,
and I. W. W. all have the “vision,”
but have made it ineffective by toe
Claude R Fountain, a graduate
of the University of Oregon in the
class of 1901, has been elected Pro
lessor of Physics in the University
of Georgia, at Athens, Georgia. Af
ter finishing at Oregon Mr. Fountain
obtained a doctor’s degree at Colum
bia. For the past four years he has
been professor of Physics at Kenyon
college in Ohio.
o SAVOY THEATRE o
o Always as We Advertise o
o TEX CENTS—NO MORE o
o APPOLO CONCERT CO.— o
o Fredric Thour, celebrated o
o violinist; Miss Hart, the won- o
o derful soprano; and Donald o
o Walker, pianist. o
o WANTED, BY POLICE— o
o Great 3-reel feature, wonder- o
o ful, thrilling, sensational fea- o
o tures, Wm. Jefferson, son of o
o late Joe Jefferson. o
o “TAHITTI, THE PICTUR- o
o ESQUE — Beautiful Pathe o
o scenic. o
o SONG OF THE SOUP—Swell o
o funny comedy, features J. o
o Warren Kerrigan.—American, o
o FLIRTATION IN JUNGLE o
o LAND—Dandy Pathe animat- o
o ed comedy. o
o FOR FRIDAY o
o VAUDEVILLE—Bobby Rob- o
o bin & Co. o
o TONNY THE FIDDLER— o
o Two-reel special feature. o
o OTHER WOMAN—Vitagraph o
o comedy. o
o STOLEN MODELS—Edison. o
C. H. CANNON, M. D.
OFFICE 207 WHITE TEMPLE
C. B. Willoughby. F. L. Norton.
Room 404 Cockeriine A Wotherboo bldg.
GO TO LAW
AN OLD RELIABLE CLEANER
FOR FIRST-CLASS WORK
Electric Cleaning Co.
Ladies’ Silks and Serges
One trial Order will make
you our Customer.
Thone 827, 848 Olive St.
RESORT FOR GENTLEMEN
All Latest Dope on Sports
EIGHTH AVE. AND WILLAMETTE ST. JAY McCORMICK
Suits anh Overcoats Ready to Wear.
Kahn Tailored Suits and Overcoats Made to
Knox and Mallory Hats
For Men and Women
At the Old Varsity
591 Willamette Street
SMARTEST STYLES FOR COLLEGE
45 NINTH AVE., W.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK ANNEX
and “OLD ENGLISH”
Phone 135 65 East Ninth St.
Dainty Dinners for
Reserve Tables for Sunday
MTNTOSH & CLARK
Ladies’ Specialty Shop. For latest
things in Millinery, Coats
DRS. COMINGS, SOUTH
WORTH & BEARDSLEY
Office Suite 410-415 Cockerline & Weth
Office hours—10-12 a. m., 2-0 p. m.
“Do you want a shine?”
The Shine Doctor.
Depot Lunch Counter
Oysters, Chili and Lunches
Served At All
R. H. BAKER, PROP.
It pays to eat at the Monarch Cafe
teria. The best of home cooking.
Opposite the Rex Theatre
MRS. RUTH M’CALLUM
FISK HATS A LEADER
Order Work a Specialty
Over First National Bank
THE SMOKE HOUSE
Billiards and Cigar Store
Kompp & Lyttaker, Props.
Office Over Loan &. Savings Bank
Phones: Res., 965; Office, 634
OFFICE HOURS 2 TO 5
Yerington & Allen
PRESCRIPTION D RU6GISTS
Phone 232 86 Ninth Ave. East
Dr. C. B. Marks, M. D.
Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
GLASSES CORRECTLY FITTED
Cockerline and Fraley Bldg.
You Travel In Comfort
WHEN GOING EAST
"The Exposition Line 1915"
Enjsy the scenic beauties of the Willamette, Umpqua and Rogue River Val
leys, the Siskiyou and Mt. Shasta, and the Valley of the Sacramento
to San Francisco, Los Angeles and the Sunny South, or the superb
grandeur of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
CHOICE OF ROUTES AND TRAINS
SHASTA LIMITED SAN FRANCISCO EXPRESS
Lv. Portland 5 :50 p. m. 8:15 p. m.
1:30 a. m.
With direct connections at an Francisco south via the Coast or Valley
Lines or with the Overland and Pacific Limited, Atlantic or Pacific Express
$55 ROUND TRIP FARE PORTLAND TO LOS
Tickets on Sale Daily, Limit Six Months
For further particulars, routes, reservations, etc, call at City Ticket Office,
SO Sixth street, corner Oak, Union Depot or East Morrison Depot
John M. Scott, General Passenger Agent.
S. H. Friendly & Co,
The Leading Store '
Full Dress and Tuxedo Suits
We carry the Finest Quality
and Newest Styles in
Either Ready-to-Wear or Tailored-to-Order
Full Dress Accessories
Keiser Full Dress Ties
R. & W Full Dress Vests
Silk and Opera Hats
Full Dress Jewtl^y
Silk Sox, Mufflers, Etc.
S. H. FRIENDLY & CO.