Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920, September 19, 1914, Image 5

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    SAFETY FIRST!!
COPYRIGHT 1914
THE HOUSE OP KUPPEMHEIMER
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There’s a sage farmer not many miles
from this town who once told
us this sure formula to tell
a mushroom from
a toadstool
“If You Live, It’s a Mushroom’*
*
There’s a similar element of risk in the
buying of cheap clothes. It is all a ques
tion of whether you want to risk
$12.00 or $15.00 on a chance or invest
$18.00 to$30.00on a certainty; and to
make assurance doubly sure buy the
Kuppenheimer or Sophomore Clothes
«
Newest Fall Styles aid Patterns
Mallory and Knox Derbies, and Soft Hats, $3.00 to $5.00
Holeproof Hosiery—si*Fairs’ months—jl.50
ROBERTS BROS.
No. 804
Cor. Eighth. and Willamette Sts.
W. M. GREEN
Cfye ©rocer
Pfyone 25:*:94J tDillamette
TRY THE
Eleventh Ave. and Alder St.
DONALD D. DUNCAN, Proprietor
NEW BUILDINGS WILL
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west. It is a two-story structure, con
nected with Architectural building,
west, by a one-story building. The
building contains five large rooms and
several offices and laboratories. The
drafting and drawing rooms on the
second floor are constructed so as to
give the best possible lighting ar
rangement. Practically the entire
building will be devoted to the Depart*
ment of Architecture. It will be com
pleted a week from Monday. W. 0.
Heckert, of Eugene, is the builder.
Great changes have been made to
Deady Hall, the oldest building on the
campus. The entire interior has been
remodeled. The old winding stair
ways have been removed and new
ones built. The various class rooms
have been repainted and made more
modern. A hall has ben extended
through the building on the second
■ floor and eight office rooms built.
The exterior has not been altered,
except for new cement stairways on
each end.
Work has begun on the heating
plant, for which $10,000.00 was ap
propriated. Mains will be extended
to the president’s residence and the
new Administration building. , Leaky
mains will be dug up and new ones
laid. It is said that considerable loss
in steam is caused because of leaky
PIERCE BROS.
Staple and Fancy
GROCERIES
1Phone 246— Cor. 9th and Oak Sts.
THE HONE OF
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SHOES
For Mei and Women
“Nol-a-fauH” Gym Shoes
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mains. The first unit of the under
ground tunnel, which when completed
will cary all of the steam mains and
electric wires of the University, will
also be constructed. The equipment
of the heating plant proper will be
increased by the adition of a new boil
er. The Kendall Heating Co., of
Portland, has the contract.
FOOTBALL MEN WORK
(Concluded from page 1.)
strongest aggregation it has had in
years. Washington State College
promise some surprises, and their
squad is heavy and experienced.
According to Bezdek, Oregon will
have to work harder than ever before,
in view of the material at hand and
considering the present outlook of the
other teams. When Parsons, Beckett
and Cook begin work, along with
Weist, Malarkey and Cornell, the work
will make better progress. Cornell is
showing up better than ever, and Big
bee promises to make a good fight for
the quarterback position. Weist and
Malarkey show good evidence of their
former training. Parsons and Beckett
were in good shape after training
camp broke, and Cook, being a vet
eran, is expected to be in shape from
the start.
The problem of discovering a punt
er is giving the coach a great deal
of worry. Philbin, a Freshman, looks
like a possibility.
In closing the interview, Bezdek
said: “I can’t give very much dope
on the future. , It is poor to say the
least. I can tell more about it in a
few days, when the best begins to
get into form. All in all, prospects
are much worse than they were last
year at this time.”
Cornwell, husky backfield candidate
with Eastern prep school experience,
is punting in fair shape and is han
dling kicks brilliantly. “Tubby” Hen
dricks, Freshman end last year, is an
other possible toe artist.
So far two minor accidents have oc
curred. Montieth, a Freshman from
Albany, broke his nose in a scrim
mage Wednesday, and Dave Philbin
left his ear under a fellow player's
heel with disastrous results to the ear.
Both men are in harness, however.
Several “Charley horses” and
minor sprains and bruises have devel
oped during the scrimmages of the
week.
This afternoon the prospective
Freshman team which will face the
Aggie rooks in three weeks is battling
a makeshift varsity lineup in a reg
ular game on Kincaid Field.
The two
lows:
Varsity
(Veist
jlarrett
lohnson
jossman
Sims
leckett
lendricks
Cornell
Arsons
Drowell
Sryant
teams are lining up as fol
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Freshmen
Mitchell
Powrie
Cawley
Nelson
Snyder
Philbin
Barker
Huntington
Coutch
Montieth
Risley
"Huggins "Returnes
to Hayward’s Fold
“CHET” HUGGINS
“Bill” Hayward’s track prospects
were boosted by the return of “Chet”
Huggins, one of “Bill’s” veterans.
Huggins was out of school last year,
during which time he worked in hiB
father’s store in Salem.
Huggins was a team-mate of Wal
ter McClure, and ran him a dose sec
ond in the mile and two mile events.
Huggins’ time for the two mile run
was under 9:50, while he covered the
mile in 4:25.
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