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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 7, 1920)
HENDRICKS HALL LEADS
IN WOMEN’S DEBATES
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1, vs.. Delta Delta Delta, negative, 2;
Delta Delta Delta, affirmative, 1, vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma, negative, 2;
Sigma Delta Phi, affirmative, 2, vs.
Chi Omega, negative, 1; Oregon
Club, affirmative, 0, vs. Hendricks
hall, negative, 3; Chi Omega, affirm
' ative, 0, vs. Sigma Delta Phi, neg
ative, 3; Delta Gamma, affirmative,:
2, vs. Alpha Phi, negative, 1: Alpha
Phi, affirmative, 1, vs- Thacher annex:
Personel of Winning Teams
The personel of the winning teams
was, Hendricks hall, affirmative, Eth
el Wakefield and Wanda Daggett;
negative, Mabel Black and Jennie
Delta Delta Delta, affirmative,
Florence Riddle and Ruth Griffin;
negative, Helen Watt and Ethel Mc
Sigma Delta Phi, affirmative, Alice:
Hamm and Beatrice Hensley; nega
tive, Alice Curtis and Doris Sawtell.
Alpha Delta, affirmative, Marguer
ite Straughan and Marie Riding;
negative, Elain£ Cooper and Lelah
HARD LUCK AND POOR
PASSING LOSE FOR VARSITY
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ter, retiring Latham and substitut
ing Durno in Lind’s place at for
ward. The new combination started
good but continual hard luck in
shooting at the hoop, broke up many
pretty plays. Jamieson made a big
spurt at this period of the half and
by a series of lucky shots brought
his team into the lead for the home
stretch, the score—22 to 19 tells
the rest of the story.
The basket shooting together with
the floorwork of Jamieson and the
close guarding "by Cook and Nichol
son were the big features in the
work of the visitors. Manerud broke
into a varsity game last night for
the first time, taking Durno’s place
at forward, it being Coach Hunting
ton’s plan to save Durno for Satur
day night’s contest. Chapman play
ed his usual game at guard and
I Miss Manhattan
choose the very
| newest and most youths
f ful features of the mode
j for these jaunty suits.
| They are smart and be
| coming, well made, of
I good materials and sur
| prisingly moderate in
| Come in and try them
I on in our Misses’ depart
j hent—they are truly
| “Youthful New York
i Latham worked good in the center
position. The team showed the re
j suit of the gruelling game with W.
S. C. on Thursday night and the
game last night was a great deal
slower than the Thursday night’s
Score and Summary
Oregon, (19) (22) Washington
LOST—A diamond, platinum set
A. T. O. pin, somewhere on the
| campus or in the men’s gymnasium,
Thursday. Initials L. C. S. on back.
Finder return to Lynde Smith, A. T.
0, house for reward.
FOUND—A purse containing money,
on walk between Women’s gym
and Villard hall, Thursday morn
ing. Owner may claim by iden
tifying same to Mr. Carlson, chem
ical supply room keeper, McClure
An Idea of a Good Joke
Some men’s idea of a good time is
to spring a twenty dollar bill to pay
a five cent debt. — The University
CENTRAL CHURCH STUDY
1010 Pearl St., Eugene
February 7th, 1920.
Students of the U. of O., Greetings:
The Churches in Eugene stand open for the students
to enter in and expose to refreshment and cultivation that side
of their nature that will “outlast the stars.”
Central Church is na exception to this rule. Our morning
hour comes at 10:30. I shallspeak on “The Happy People”:
who they are and what they do. At .11:40 I shall be glad to
talk over with the men in my study “The Blind Man’s Creed”
as found in John 5. At the same time Mrs. Case will meet
the women at the Manse at 1040 Pearl. Then at 5 o’clock
our Vesper hour will be made notable through a message
from Miss Hughes of New York on “The Girl in To-day’s
Crisis.” Every young woman, every man with a sister, will
want to hear her. This will be followed by our Young
People’s Hour, with social and refreshment features.
Just Received—A New Shipment of
REED ENAMELED WARE
Griffin-Babb Hardware Co.
AT REASONABLE PRICES.
STUDENT WORK A SPECIALTY.
Early spring Models
Trimmings and Millinery
SOLICITS YOUR TRADE FOR
THE COMING COLLEGE
It’s Our Business
to give the University Students good service and to give
them the quality of goods they wish. The place to get these
results is at
Charles Crispeffe’s Shop
..CHARLIE’S CRISPETTES CHARLIE’S CRISPETTES
Progressive Shoe Shop
FIRST CLASS REPAIRING
73 East Ninth St. N Eugene, Ore.
85 W. EIGHTH STREET
RETREADING, SECTION AND TUBE WORK
CLUB CIGAR STORE
Favorite Resort of U. of 0. Students
BILLIARDS CONFECTIONERY POOL
WE are in a position now as never before
to satisfy your most exacting needs.
No matter what you want in the
line of food-stuffs or when you want it
WE HAVE IT
Our store is modern in every respect and
a trained crew of ex-perienced sales
men are ever at your service.
We call your special attention to our
kitchen which is open at all times for
your most scrutinizing inspection.
COME IN TRY OUR STUFF BE CONVINCED
To keep down the H. C. L. USE OUR BREAD
NO advance in PRICE as we have our FLOUR purchased at the
TABLE SUPPLY CO.