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BEATU. OFW. 37T019
Eddie Durno Declared to be One
of Best Natural Shots
: bfc by Coach Hunt. ;
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The Oregon basketball five walloped
the University of Washington quintet
in the final game of the series here Sat
urday night by the one-sided score of
37 to 19. The two games scored here
over Washington by the Varsity even
up the count between the two teams,
as Oregon was defeated In both of the
games at Seattle.
Coach Dean H. Walker had his team
running like water down hill Saturday,
and they played all around Washington.
In reviewing the contest, Coach Hunt,
of the Washington team, declared that
his team made the poorest showing that
they have made so far this season. Ac
cording to Hunt, his team played the
same kind of basketball here that Ore
gon played while north, which is not
saying very much for either team. The
first game in Seattle was fairly close,
26 to 24, while the first game played
here resulted in a 25 to 19 victory for
Second Game at Seattle 19 to 13
In the second game at Seattle the
score was 19 to 13, or a difference of
six points, while the second contest here
gave Oregon a margin of 18 points.
This would make it appear that Oregon
was just a little the best of the two ag
i Herm Lind, at center for the Varsity,
put on a nice exhibition, although Ja
mieson had him out-jumped on center
ing the ball. Herm gathered eight
points during the evening, which is a
fair card. Oregon played a better game
at guard than they did on the night be
fore, although the Washingltou team
got a number of shots, which they did
■Washington (19) Oregon (37)
Talbot (2).F.Fowler (4)
Smith (2).F.Durno (19)
Jamieson (2).C . Lind (8)
Cook (11).G. • • Jacobberger (4)
Beferee, George Dewey.
Sigma Chis to Play three Games
of Basketball with
Kappa Sigs. i
'fhe first of the series of three games
of basketball to be played for the cham
pionship of the Doughnut League will be
played tomorrow night at 7 o’clock in the
men’s gymnasium when the Sigma Chi
team, champions of League One, will
meet the Kappa Signm five, the winners
in League Two. An admission of ten cents
will be cleared, the proceeds to go to the
Women’s Building fund.
From the interest apparent on the
campus the fund for the Women’s build
ing is going to receive a considerable
increase even though the price of admis
sion is going to be only ten cents.
At Wednesday evening’s game it will
be announced when the second game of
the series will be played which date will
probably be Thursday afternoon. The
team winning two of the three games
will be the final champion of the entire
college and will be awarded the two cups.
SPANISH CLUB TO MEET.
Spanish Club will meet Thursday at
7 o’clock in Oregon Hall. Attendance
of all members is desired.
♦ There will be an important meet- ♦
♦ ing of the ♦
♦ ORDER OF THE O ♦
♦ in Dean Walker’s office tomorrow ♦
♦ afternoon at 5. All members are ♦
*• urged to be present. ♦
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PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
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410-415 Cockerline and Wetherbee Bldg.
Office phone 90 lies. Phone 350
DRS. BARTLE and NEAL
Physicians and Surgeons
217 I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phone 3.
F. W. COMINGS, M. D.
410-415 C.and W. Bldg.
Office Phone 90 lies. Phone 744
OSTEOPATHS AND CHIROPRACTOR
DR. H. L. STUDLTY
Office 322 I. O. 0. F. Bldg. Phone 5S9-J
DR. JOHN L. LYNCH
Osteopathic Physician and Surgeon.
19 7th Avenue East. Phone 168
Nerve and Spine Specialist Phone 410
DR. J. I. FISCHER
317-318 White Temple- Eugene, Ore.
HI ME. SHAFFER
Oyer Price Shoe Store Phone SSS
DR. S. D. READ
I. O. O. F. Bidding.
701 Willamette St. Phone 28S
Dr. Robert M. Graves
Returned from Army,
Office over Varsity. Phone 65.
D R. W. B. LEE
404 C. and W. Bldg. Phone 42-J
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Instructors Diploma, N. S. V. D. Chicago
C. and W. Bldg.
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418 C. and W. Bldg. Eugene, Oregon
Phone 531. Res. phone 298-Y
MRS. RUTH McCALLUM CARTER
Room 1, First National Bang Building
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Oregon Theatre Bldg.
Dinner parties seemed to be the fea
ture of last Sunday. Sigma Chi, Beta,
Gamma Phi and Kappa Sigma were all
hosts and hostesses to a number of
guests at dinner. Tonight the exchange
dinners are in progress among the wo
men’s houses on the campus. This next
week-end promises to be interesting, with
the student body play, “What Happened
to Jones,” on Friday at the Eugene the
ater, also the basketball game at Cor
vallis the same night, and the Freshman
* * •
Members of Kappa Sigma fraternity
were hosts to a number of guests last
Sunday at dinner. Those guests were:
Gladys Everett, Patty French, Erma
Laird, Beulah Smith, Blanche Wilson,
Ethel Waite and Lucylle Dunn.
* * *
First Lieutenant Clark Burgard, T6,
is spending the week as the guest of
his fraternity brothers at the Beta The
ta Pi house.
* * *
Kappa Kappa Gamma entertained Mary
Ellen Bailey and AV. J. Gerson at din
» * *
Gamma Phi Beta entertained at a
charming dinner party last Sunday with
a number of men of the campus as
guests. Those enjoying Gamma Phi's
hospitality were Merle Margason, Paul
Farrington, Kenneth Lancefield. Edwin
Durno, Pierce Cummings, Martin Pare
lius and Everett Pixley.
* * *
The freshmen of Fhi Gamma Delta
entertained a number of guests on a
bike and picnic last Sunday. Since this
was the first picnic of the year, every
one enjoyed themselves to the fullest ex
tent. The Fijis and their guests hiked
through Springfield and on to the banks
of the McKenzie river, whore they ate
their lunch- They returned about 5
o’clock. GuPvSts at the picnic were Anne
Shea, Dorothy Manville, Josephine Con
ners, Virginia Giles, Louise Sheahan,
Margaret Studor, Nadine Bohlander,
Adah MeMurphey and Maravel Skeels.
* * 4c '
Mark Hanna, Donald Dalgleish and
Dennis Brown spent last week-end in
* * *
Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Hope, Laura
Rand, Emma Wootton Hall, Hope Mac
kenzie, Margaret Thompson and Doro
thy Graham were Sunday diuner guests
of Sigma Ohi.
* * *
Bruce Bailey left today to spend the
week in Portland
* * *
Beta Theta Pi entertained Miss Nan
cy G. Johnson, Louise Sheahan, Gladys
Hollingsworth, Nell Reidt, Wanda Nel
son and Kathleen Forrester at dinner
* * *
Tonight again the women’s houses on
the campus are holding exchange din
ners. Delta Delta Delta will exchange
with Alpha Phi, Chi Omega with Delta
Gamma, Hendricks Hall with Gamma
Phi, and Theta with Pi Phi.
BIBLE STUDY CLASS FORMED
A new Bible study class was organized
at the bungalow Monday afternoon. The
leader is Rev. Charles E. Dunham, pas
tor of the Baptist church of Eugene.
The class will make a study of the “So
cial Principles of Jesus,” by Walter
Rauschenbusch, and will also study pres
ent day r'ligious problems. Girls who
have not yet enrolled in Bible classes
are invited to join. Study hours will be
from 3 to 4 every Monday afternoon in
♦ Y. w .^nominations ♦
♦ Nominations for Y. W. C. A- of- ♦
0 ficers must be handed in to the ♦
♦ committee before February 19, at ♦
♦ which time the nominating commit- ♦
♦ tee wili post its slate. Elections ♦
♦ will he the first part of March. ♦
♦ HELEN McDonald, Chn. ♦
<•/ HELEN BRENTON, ♦
♦ MELLIE PARKER, ♦
♦ Committee. ♦
S. C. Rankin, Millinery, ^th Av*. W.
Winners of the institute prizes of the
Oregon Chapter of the American Insti
tute of Architects, together with those of
John McGuire, a graduate, will be an
nounced at a dinner given by the Arch
itectural Club of the School of Archi
tecture on Wednesday evening at 6:30
o’clock iu Friendly Hall.
The musical program includes num
bers by John Stark Evans, Arthur Fa
guy - Cote and Mrs. Ilollis Johnston.
Glenn Stanton, president of the club,
will be master of ceremonies. The guest
list follows- President and Mrs. P. L:
Campbell, Joseph F. Jaeobberger, Morris
H. Whitehouse, Dean E. F. Lawrence,
Professor and Mrs. A. II. Schroff, Pro
fessor and Mrs. P. P. Adams, Professor
and Mrs. E. II. McAlister, Professor
and Mrs. John Stark Evans, Professor
and Mrs. Arthur Faguy-Cote, Mrs. Mabel
II. Parsons, Miss Camille Dosch, Miss
Helen Rhodes, Miss Camilla Leach, Mrs.
Ilollis Johnston, Mrs. A. C. Weather
head Also at this time will be an
nounced the first mentions on work
done in the two terms of this year.
Following the dinner there will be a
reception in the Studio of the School
of Architecture, to which a cordial in
vitation is extended to all interested in
architecture,” said Glenn Stanton
These events come as a result of jury
day, which will he held during the day
on Wednesday. The Oregon chapter of
the American Institute of Architects,
awards prizes of $15 and $10 for the
greatest improvement made during the
school year. John McGuire, a graduato
also is giving prizes of $15 and $10 for
the best sketch problem doue last year.
The winners of all these prizes will be
judged and awarded by Joseph F. Jacob
berger and Morirs 11. Whitehouse of the
MANY PLEDGES YET UNPAID
The contest in contributions to the
United War Work fund under the lead
ership of Adelaide Lake, of Team 1 and
Ella Dews of Team 2, is drawing to a
close, but there are still a number of
pledges which have not been irnid. Uu- j
til all the pledges are fully paid by j
Thursday of this (week, the real winner j
of the contest cannot be decided upon. I
The University has done very well in |
the number and amount of pledges which I
were made, but the money is needed
badly and as soou as possible.
To facilitate matters for the captains
a list of houses together with the girls
in charge of collecting the money, is
Kappa Alpha Theta, 212 pledges un
paid; .Mildred Garland.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 8 pledges un
paid; Lois Barnett
Gamma I’hi Beta, 9 pledges unpaid;
Alpha Phi, 14 pledges unpaid; Lu
Hendricks Hall Unit 1, 13 pledges un
paid; Alyse Sutton.
Chi Omega, 12 pledges unpaid; Grace
Delta Delta Delta, 18 pledges unpaid;
Delta Gamma, 4 pledges unpaid; Era
Pi Beta Phi, 7 pledges unpaid; Louise
Hendricks Hall Unit 2, 8 pledges un
paid; Stella Sullivan.
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Hotel Osburn CLEANING and PRES
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U. of O. Students. Where service and
Wallace's Cigar Store, 804 Willamette.
Complete line Cigars and Cigarettes, tf
1191 University Avenue. Phone 604.
An institution for the benefit of every member of the
University, students, faculty and employees.
FEES:—Iincluding bed, meals and physician’s fee,
$3.00 per day. Infirmary open day and night. Graduate
nurse always present.
FREE DISPENSARY.AND CLINIC at the Infirmary.
University physician and graduate nurse in attendance.
HOURS:—Daily 1:30 to 2:30 P. M. Other times if
If not feeling well, go to the Infirmary for treatment.
ADVICE and ORDINARY MEDICINE FREE.
Early attention to COLDS, SORE THROATS, ETC.,
may prevent serious trouble later. Help us keep oat the in
STUDENT HEALTH COMMITTEE,
University Health Office, Deady Hall, Room 34.
Phone 1019 or 901.
Milk which will tell its
qualities the first time.
That is the kind we always
supply our customers with.
AND PASTEURIZING CO.
Rex Theater Building.
All kinds of Christmas Flowers and Plants.
The Electric Store
If its Electrical Supplies you want,
we have them.
Electric Toasters, Lamps,
Electric Fans, Heaters.
A. S. MEYERS, Manager.
942 Willamette St. Fhone 254.