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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1913)
SELL TILL FRIDAY
SPECIAL 75 CENT ROOTERS’
SEATS MUST BE BOUGHT
AT Y. M. AT ONCE
BIG ATTENDANCE ASSURED
Manager Walker Says That
Oregon Team Will Spring a
Surprise on Fans at Albany
Game on Next Saturday.
Student tickets are now on sale
at the Book Exchange for the Ore
gon-O. A. C. game at Albany next
Saturday, and must be purchased be
fore Friday night if the students
want to sit with the rooters on stud
"We have put the seats on sale at
the Book exchange early so that all
of the students wishing tickets for
the game will have plenty of time
to purchase them," said Manager
Walker yesterday. “But they must
be purchased before Friday night
if the students want to sit with the
rooters on student tickets at the re
duced sudent rate. Otherwise they
will have to purchase the regular
tickets which will cost $1.50. The
regular seats are on sale at Obak’s
and Eaton’s Book store and may be
purchased any time.
“Since we have the management
of the game it will be necessary to
close the sale Friday night in order
that we may handle the large crowd
which is coming from all over the
“From all reports the attendance
at the game this year is going to sur
pass anything of the kind ever held
in the state. I have had petitions
from many towns in the northern
part of the state asking that special
seat sales be held in their towns.
Among them are Oregon City, In
dependence, Lebanon, Dallas and
Monmouth. Besides these towns
sales are being held in Portland,
Salem, Albany and Corvallis.
“We are furnishing the ushers and
any students who desire to usher
at the game Saturday may see Tom
my Boylten who has this in charge.
Several more ushers are needed.
“Excursions to Albany will be held
on both the Southern Pacific and
the Oregon Electric. On the excur
sion tickets the student can leave
here anytime after 9:30 a. m., and
go down on any of the trains during
the day. After the game any of the
trains will carry the excursionists
“The officials of the game will
be George Varnell, Spokane, referee;
Roscoe Fawcett of the Oregonian,
umpire; and Dr. Sweetland of Will
amette, nead lineman.
The team now has a bad game,
as the one with Willamette was, out
of its system and every member is
going to Albany to fight to the last
notch. Many of the men have buck
ed 0. A. C. before and know what
they are going up against. I think
the Willamette game has cleaned
them out now and they will make a
showing that will be a surprise.
“The ghost ball has been in use
for some time and a large arc lamp
with a reflector has been installed
on the field. Coach Bezdek is work
ing the old Oregon spirit up that
knows no defeat and from now on
‘down to business’ is the one axiom
that goes on Kincaid field.”
TIP FOR THE POOR GUY.
Some piggers, bold, with lots of
Can make the poor guy look slow
By taking co-eds to the show
And occupy bald headed row.
Or else he rubs it in with speed
And tries the Osburn’s Sunday feed.
Such sporting life a "stude” resents
When pockets hold but twenty cents,
So think real hard for just a pause.
Ah, here’s a plan to help the cause.
Just phone your girl to dress up neat
Then wander down Willamette
Proceed to go to Obak’s shack
And ask with nerve for handsome
He’ll greet you with a winsome smile
A N OK. A l Wew
Cluatt, Pnbody A Co., loo. Makar*
As he is paid for such beguile.
Then put your money on the dish
And tell him plain your hea-t felt
A “heated dog" before you part
Will surely win your lady’s heart.
o ANNOUNCEMENTS. o
o - o
o Rally—Freshman bonfire and o
o rally Friday night. o
o Y. M. C. A.—Regular meet- o
o ing Thursday in Deady Hall, o
o Assembly — Tomorrow’s as- o
o sembly will be given over o
o to a special rooters’ rally o
o and class meetings. o
o Reading—Prof. A. F. Reddie o
o will read from Maeterlinck’s o
o Monna Vanna, Wednesday o
o evening in Deady Hall. o
o Football—O. A. C. vs. Oregon, o
o Albany, November 8. o
o Informal Dance-—-Second mat- o
o inee day in the men’s gym- o
o nasium, Friday from 4 to o
o 6 p. m. o
o Telephone all announce- o
o ments to 655. o
AT THE REX
MONDAY AND TUESDAY, 3rd-4th
5 Acts from Empress and Pantages
Circuits, each one a feature.
The Musical Comedy
Empress headliner, with Osborne
Searle and Fay Wheeler.
Pantages, the Talk of Vaudeville
World’s greatest ventriloquist and
The Harp Comedienne
Formerly of Kieth’s, soon to com
mence Pantages circuit.
GORDON & DAY
Pantages “Comedy Pantomime Cy
Two comedies “A Biograph and a
Special added attractions
DERKINS’ DOG AND MONKEY
Matinees at 2:30 p. m..Admission 25c
Evening performance at 7:15 and
9:00 p. m.. Admission 25c and 35c.
Election Returns read from the stage
The University of Washington
crew may compete with Cambridge
and Oxford in the annual regatta on
the Thames this year.
Wild oats make poor breakfast
food. But Obak’s hot dogs make a
Developing, Printing, Enlarging,
Copying and l^antern Slides.
H. B. REYNOLDS, Prop.
Telephone us your Order
We operate our Own Delivery.
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THE PETER PAN
When you want to have a
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DON’T FORGET THAT
WE MAKE OUR OWN
Home of Uk
The range of stocks this big
Daylight Store carries has
long since given it this dis
tinction. Ready for choos
ing not by many odds the
best stock of correct models
in Overcoats for men in the
city. Every material, from
the inexpensive to the hand
some imported fabrics, are
here for your choosing. We
believe they will meet your
individual ideas whatever
they may be. $ 15 to $35
Club Barber Shop
• GEO. W. BLAIR
Successor to C. L. Jain
The Modern House Furnishers
Oak Street, 9th Avenue E. anti Park Avenue.
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NERVE AND SPINE SPECIALIST
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Phone: 0;fi e 860-J. Re-5. 860-L
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2 \V. 7th.
DUNN & PRICE, Proprietors.
BREAD, CAKES, CONFECTIONERY,
FRUITS, SODA AND ICE CREAM
MTNTOSH & CLARK
Ladies’ Specialty Shop. For latest
things in Millinery, Coats
U. of O. MEAT MARKET
Government Inspected Beef
T. F. BENNETT
76 EAST NINTH AYE.
Closing Out Crockery
Xmas 60 Days Off
Every bit of dishes to go
Regardless of price.
ADAMS TEA COMPANY
L. M. TRAVIS
Over Eugene Lean A Savings Bank
104 Eaat Ninth St. rhone 840
STAPLE AND FANCY
L. D. PIERCE, Eugene, Oregon.
JIM THE SHOE DOCT 2L
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OFFICE 207 WHITE TEMPLE
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Room 404 Cockerline & Wethorbee bldg.
Fraternity and Sorority
Leather Pillows, Throws,
Mats, Remembrance Books,
Correspondence Paper and
Cards, Finest in the City
630 Willamette St.
For class fobs and Oregon belts
see Jaureguy, room 5 3, Dorm.
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