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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1914)
Published each Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday of the college year, by
the Asociated Students of the Uni
versity of Oregon.
Entered at the postoffice at Eugene
as second class matter.
Subscription rates, per year, $1.00.
Single copies, 5c.
SIGMA DELTA CHI INITIATION
Baainess Manager ...Anthony Jaureguy
Asst. Mgr., .Frank H. Johnson
Collections .H. M. Gilfilen
Circulation Mgr.Ernest Watkins
Phone 944 *
Manager’s Phone, 841
THE WILLAMETTE GAME
Tomorrow’s contest with Willamette
is important for several reasons. It
is the last skirmish for Bezdek’s team
before its crucial conference battles
with Washington and O. A. C., it is
the last campus game of the present
season, and moreover it is an occa
sion—we might say opportunity—to
which Oregon rooters have been look
ing forward with much relish, since
a certain regrettable event of last
Although the Methodists were bad
ly beaten two weeks ago by the Ore
gon Aggies, they appear to have as
strong a team as that of last year—
and think what happened last yea>!
Of course, the peculiar set of cir
cumstances which contributed to last
year’s result are not likely to recur
tomorrow, or ever again, for that
matter, but nevertheless the Salem
team can generally be depended upon
to furnish a surprise in some form.
Ever since their “fluke” victory last
year, the Methodists, instead of pros
trating 'themselves before the huge
horseshoe or other suitable shrine to
the Great God Luck, have strutted
and swaggered through the columns
of the newspapers, and have put in a
bid for numerous championships on
the strength of that victory. There
fore it would seem our duty, in all
Christian charity aiid humility of
spirit, to administer due chastise
. It seems probable that this duty
will fall entirely, or in large meas
ure, on the shoulders of second team
men, since several of Bezdek’s regu
lars are in no shape to play, and the
coach will be unwilling to take chanc
es with the rest. However, we are
confident that any team which Ore
gon puts into the field Friday will be
equal to the task we have pointed
This edition of the Emerald is the
annual punishment inflicted upon the
pledges each year to Omicron Chap
ter of Sigma Delta Chi, a national
'1'he regular reportorial staff has
been employed in the edition of the
paper, only the editorial offices being
turned over to those elected to the
fraternity. Wo want to thank the
regular members of the staff for their
co-operation in getting out this edi
The purpose of permitting these
men to hold their positions for the
day is to demonstrate the fact that
they are able to put out a regular
edition of the paper.
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Every man in the University
should be on Kincaid Field at 4:00
o’clock this afternoon in response to
Yell Leader Ernie Vosper’s call. Big
plans are being made for a demon
stration of Oregon spirit at the Or
egon-O. A. C. game on November 21,
in Corvallis, and it will be impossi
ble to carry these through unless he
has the support of the best of every
student in the University at every
Let nothing interfere with your be
ing on hand for the practice. Today
is the only yell practice we will have
this week Friday afternoon Oregon
plays Willamette here, and Coach
Bezdek’s lineup'for the game is not
going to have a walk-away.
The girls of the University have
requested Vosper to allow them to
participate in rooters’ practice. They
even wanted to march in the big pa
rade before the Oregon-O. A. C. game.
How about it, men?
There was not a sufficient number
of men present just before the team
left for Idaho last week for a prac
tice. There can be no excuse now,
and it is up to us Oregon students to
show that we can do our part.
Let's be there this afternoon and
have a good and rousing practice.
It is the custom of a large num
ber of Universities to place their year
books, our Oregana, in the libraries
of through trains, such as the Sunset
route has on its through Pullman and
observation cars. Why would this
not be a good thing for Oregon? As
a matter of fact, very little is known
outside the Willamette Valley regard
ing the University of Oregon, by the
people in general
The Oreganas thus placed would be
seen by many travellers, as well as
the great hordes of people that are
continually passing through the state
to California, as well as those going
north and east. It undoubtedly would
be one of the best schemes known to
get this book, with its true pictures
of every phase of college life at Or
egon, before.the people of the United
The Sigma Delta Chi edition of the
Emerald recommends such arrange
ments being made to place these
books on the trains for this purpose.
If we want campus games, it is
now up to Oregon students to show
that they deserve them. Don’t sit
around and expect somebody else to
do everything, 'but when something
comes up, see to it yourself that the
matter is looked into and if neces
sary, do it. Manager Tiffany and his
assistants have their hands full. Find
out about it, and if you can assist,
offer your services.
Is Oregon going to beat Washing
ton? It is up to the students to send
their team to Seattle, knowing that
we believe they can do it. Oregon
never said die.
Talk about “pep!” The Sophomore
football team has already played a
game, and few knew that such a team
had been organized. The “Frosh” are
also on the job.
Yell Leader Vosper announces the
Southern Pacific train as the official
train for the O. A. C. game. To get
results, we must act together and co
Revenge will be sweet Friday—
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Beth Rhea announces the pledging
of Ruth Westfall.
Lois Parks spent the week-end at
her home in Junction City.
Clara Heissler and Mildred Law
rence are spending a few days at the
Delta Gamma house.
Phi Gamma Delta entertained with
an informal dance Saturday evening.
Miss Moore and Miss Whittle, Al
pha Phis from the University of Cal
ifornia, are guests at the Beth Rhea
Mrs. Edmundaon entertained the
members of JjSeth Rhea and their
guests with a tea Monday afternoon.
Mrs. Beck, Professor Landsbury
and Mr. Brown were guests at the
Mu Phi Epsilon house for dinner Sat
J. E. Werlein was a guest at the
Delta Gamma house Sunday.
Sigma Chi announces the pledging
of Turner Neal and Wallace Crandall.
The Men’s Quartet will go to Port
land Thursday to sing for the “Man
ufacturers’ and Land Products Show.’*
Mrs. George DeBar, Miss Mary De
Rar, Miss Ruth Beach, Miss Maude
Newbury, Mrs. Wilbur Jones and
Bryant DeBar were Sunday dinner
guests at the Sigma Nu house.
Phi l">eltfl Theta entertained infor
mally with dancing on Saturday ev
Arba Bedford, ox-Ti, formerly of
Oregon, now of Rushmore, Minneso
ta, is a guest at the Phi Delta Theta
Connor Sheahan, of Roanoke. Vir
ginia, was a week-end guest of his
nephew, Joe Sheahan, at the Beta The
ta Pi house.
Kappa Alpha Theta entertained
Kappa Sigma with an hour of dancing
i Mrs. Wilbur Jones, of Medford.
Oregon, is visiting her daughter
Maud© Newbury at the Kappa Alpha
1 Theta house.
FORWARD PASSES *
By Rex Kay. *
There is a movement on foot among
Eastern football critics to have the
time of each quarter lengthened to 20
minutes. The change is to be made
in 1915, if the plan carries.
Oregon bound for Moscow was ac
companied as far as Colfax by “Doc”
Stewart and his farmer boys. At Col
fax both teams laid over a few min
utes for breakfast, the same having
been ordered in advance. Before 0.
A. C. could get the sand out of all
eyes, the burs combed of all hair,
Bezdek and team had descended upon
the “meal” that the Doctor ordered.
When the mistake was discovered by
the Aggies, the two coaches engaged
in an argument which lasted through
the first course of breakfast-toast,
mush and cream. But when the steaks
were brought on the seriousness of the
mistake dawned suddenly upon the
University men—the knives were dull,
but that's not all. Most graciously
Bezdek led his men to another place,
where they consumed “ham an’, sun
ny side up an’ easy” to their hearts’
content. Doc turned his gang loose
the minute Bez left, and they had a
big feast on the leavings.
A spirit of gloom has settled over
Washington’s camp since the Whitman
game. Their men were in good con
dition; the regulars were in their po
I sitions until the end of the last half;
yet McDowell, of Whitman, got an 80
If Coach Bezdek carries out his
present plans next Friday, several Or
egon players will see a game from the
side lines for the first time.
Every college paper in the North
west has given W. S. C. credit for
beating Oregon in everything but the
“Tick” Majarkey has been in Mercy
Hospital for the last few days as the
result of an injury to his left eye.
Both eyes are in a serious condition,
but he is reported to be better today.
The University of Washington tried
out some fifteen open play formations
in the game with Whitman, but only
a few were successful.
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General Passenger Agent
Tickets good on all trains
returning before Monday,
Class of 1906
Physician and Surge*
Office 209-210 White Temple.
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960 Willamette St. Phone 1171
Office Phone 391 Res. Phone 332-Y
THE EUGENE ART STORE
George H. Turner
Pictures, Picture Framing, Pennants,
Pillows and Armbands
Paine Bldg., 10th and Willamette.
LEE M. TRAVIS
Office over Loart and Savings Bank.
A. M. NEWMAN
Cleaning and Pressing
Over Savoy Theatre
TYPEWRITERS—All makes sold,
rented and repaired. Oregon Type
writer Company, 316 C. & W. Bldg.,
EUGENE MULTIGRAPHING CO.
Multigraphing and Printing
316 Cockerline & Wetherbee Bldg.
General Transfer and Storage
90 Ninth Av. E. . Phone 391
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379 E. 8th St. Phone 399
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