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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1914)
AFTERMATH OF ORE
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Belding’s time was 24:35. How
ard 25:10, and Garbade 25:45. This
time is better than had been made in
training. All of the Oregon men fin
ished strong. McKay, of Whitman,
and Kadderly, of 0. A. C., were ex
hausted and fainted after they crossed
Lee Reynolds, captain of the O. A.
C. team,- was the starter, and had
complete charge of the race. The
men were taken over the course :,i
autos before the race. A gold stbp
watch was given to the wipner. The
next five men were given medals.
“There were about 75 men in the
armory,” said Don Beldinfc. “The
admission was two bits. Outside and
along the road there was a large
* All girls interested in debating *
* report to Mr. Prescott Wednes- *
* day, November 11, at 3:00 P. M. *
* in Villard.Hall. *
GLOOM CLOUDS GATHER
FOR OREGON SQUAD
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favoritism is at work again.”
“Anyone who knows anything about
football or conditions here would
know better than to write such an ar
ticle. We are all working together
under circumstances which are not the
most favorable, but tnere isn’t a
thought of any internal dissension,”
says the coach in discussing the af
Of late the team has been lining
up as follows: Weist, 1. e.; Cossman,
1. t.; Snyder, 1. g.; Risley, c.; Phil
bin, r. g.; Powrie, r. t.; Cornwall, r.
e.; Huntington, q.; Crowell, Bigbee
and Monteith, 1. h.; Bryant, f; Par
sons, r. h.
The permanency of this line is de
pendent entirely on the rate of re
covery of Cook and Beckett. The man
who will hold down right end is not
selected yet. The choice lies between
Cornwall and Garrett.
A man upon whom a great deal of
responsibility will be thrown in the
Seattle battle is “Shy” Huntington,
who is Bezdek’s choice for quarter.
Huntington is a Freshman and re
ceived his early football training in
The Dalles. Although he lacks the
experience and polished generalship
of Cornell, his presence will add 35
pounds to the weight of the backfield
and he is perhaps the surest tackier
on the team.
The left halfback job is still open
and it is hard to forecast which one
of the trio will start the game. In
all probability more than one of them
will fill the position before the cur
* You are cordially invited to at- *
* tend the Billiard Tournament *
* now being held in the Obak Bil
* liard Parlors. *
Students’, Ladies’ and Men’s Tailor
We do remodeling.
Nr a 10c Cigar Try $ar
Eugene Special, always 5c
Eugene Cigar Factory
MY BUSINESS IS
FIXING SHOES RIGHT
Jim“ The Shoe Doctor'
Classes for the instruction of Fresh
men in how to do the “lame duck,”
“half and half” and other modern
dances will be instituted within a few
days at the University of California.
Medical gymnastics for students
wro are physically disabled are offered
at the Kansas State Agricultural Col
lege. A portion of the gymnasium
has been equipped for us in giving
scientific massage for special work in
hydropathy by experts especially en
gaged for the purpose.
The German Club will hold a meet:
ing Tuesday evening, November 17, at
the Delta Delta Delta house. Dr. F.
G. G. Schmidt will give an illustrated
lecture on Germany.
* The Eugene Alumnae Associa- *
* tion will meet Saturday, Novem- *
* ber 14, at Mary Spiller Hall, for *
* the regular business and social *
* afternoon. All members are urged *
* to attend. *
* SECRETARY. *
Signs you can read on the run
39 7th Ave East.
Eugene Floral Co.
If it’s flowers you want,
we have them
Store Phone 726 Greenhouse Phone S2I
IS 8th Ave. Ca*t
Staple and Fancy
Vhonc 246-Cor. 9 th and Oak Sts.
U. OF O.
W. H. BLOWERS, Proprietor
Hair Cutting 289 E. 13th St.
A Specialty, 25c Eugene, Ore.
Rotation, 2Mt cents per cue
15-Ball, 2V/2 cents per cue
25-Ball, 5 cents per cue
o ° o
"Billiards, 40 cents per hour
730 Willamette Street
the store that sells
646 Willamette Street
Chinese Moodies! house
Everything in Chinese Noodles
10:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m.
63 Sixth Avenue East
EUGENE'S MG POPULAR
h**t in onr roods .nd ^r.
vices that can be secured.
*SCU,,rc„ *"*"** for ^dies.
Hare Sight Seers’ Gallery.
We extend to you a hearty invita-1
faon to make our place your headquar
Millinery of Qualify
57NinIh Av:. Easf
Ora A. RhoUes, Proprietor.
790 E. lfth St. ~o. Phonal
This Is Your Gtocety-Enjoy /1
Dorris Photo Shop
6th and Willamette5-6-7-8 Cherry Bids
Jattreguy & Powrie
Look! Look! Look!
The Leather Goods Display in our window. Come in and price them.
A fine line of Gift Books to select from. We will be pleased to show
them to you.
Cressey’s Book Sfore
630 Willamette Street
Thanksgiving Holiday Visits
Travel on the
Oregon Electric Ry.
Reduced Round-Trip Fares in effect
Good for return until Nov. 30
Through Tickets to Puget Sound, and points East and West. Two
limited Trains daily Portland to Spokane and East—59 hours
to St. Paul-Minneapolis—72 hours to Chicago.
Pacific International Livestock Exposition, Portland, December 7-12
H. R. KNIGHT, Agent, Eugene, Or.
A cm© -TAX I * Servlc
Prices 25 and and 35 cents. Party rn,
Stand at 8th and Willamette. Phone 1190
. -COLD WEATHER CALLS FOR
We have them
Eugene Gun Company
Pendleton Indian Robes
There is nothing that can take the place
of a genuine Pendleton Indian Robe for your
room; it brightens the whole^ room up, and
besides they feel mighty good over you dur
ing these cool nights. Send one home Xmas.
We have a large assortment.
8:15 p. m.
Grand Band Dance and Concert
THE BIG INFORMAL EVENT OF THE YEAR
Awarding of Sweaters to Band Men at 9:30 p. m.