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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1920)
WORKMEN GUESTS OF
' ARCHITECTURE DEAN
Construction Foremen of Campus Build
ings Entertained at Dinner By
E. F. Lawrence.
B. F. Lawrence, dean of architecture, j
entertained all the construction foremen j
employed on campus buildings with an i
informal dinner at the Rainbow Wednes- j
day evening. The affair was purely so- j
cial, “shop'' being left entirely out <4. thej
conversation. A whole hearted "get ac-;
quainted” was enjoyed by the following:!
Dean Lawrence, W. K. Newell, snperin-j
t’endent of properties; F. H Miles, chief!
construction; .T. Spores, superinten- i
dent of construction; W. A. Weaver, su-j
perintendent of the school of education ;j
.T. E. Milligan, superintendent of the
school of commerce; Judson Switzer,
superintendent of the new woman’s dor
mitory; Charles Turner, superintendent
of the new open air gym; T. Richardson,
superintendent of alterations on the
OLD OREGON SPIRIT j
THEME AT ASSEMBLY
(Continued from Pago 1)
University of Washington. The re
sponding yells seemed to answer the
question to his satisfaction.
New Song Is Sung.
“Boys, Hold That Line,” a new foot
ball song composed by Oleorge Pasto,
was sung at the assembly for thp first
time, the men’s and women’s glee clubs
leading. Efforts will be made to have
the individual students practice it so that
it can be used during the Homecoming
game. I ***^*V^MP|
Frank Jue. tenor, sang “Thorn” and
“Mother Macbree.” two selections that
seemingly, from the applause, made a
big “hit” with the assemblage.
Yelling, led by Dean Ireland, concluded
VARSITY AND FROSH
TUNING EACH OTHER
(Continued from Page 1)
Jake Jacobberger will pilot the team is
yet in doubt. |
King is so far the best-looking bet for
the fullback position and from Blake,
Chapman, Mead,. Holmes. Jacobberger
and Hill, the other back will lie selected.
f,: Fumbles should not mar the Washing
ton game. To a few costly fumbles
which the Lemon-Yelow made in the
game against Stanford can be laid the
blame for losing the game. Oregon fum
bled seven times during the contest, and
this fault must be eliminated if the Sun
dodgers are to be beaten. Coach Hunt
ington hopes to have a perfect smooth
running machine to put into the game
against tin* Northerners and he is work
ing hard this week with this idea in
Get Your Shoes Shined at the
Lemon “O” Shine
Owned.and operated by Americans.
Next to Luckey’s Jewelry Store.
“ ... 11 11 11 11. 1 I
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The Place to Have Your Picture Taken
The one place about the campus to get
your good eats.
COME IN AND SATISFY YOURSELF
11th and Alder Streets Eugene, Ore.
Get your Suit Pressed where it can be
delivered to your door. We push things
through in rapid order.
“A Good Job Done On Every Suit.”
O * ■o'*'
Obak Cigar Store
The Home of tlie Students Who
Use the Pool and Billiard Tables
8th and Willamette W. R* (Obak) Wallace
Have you bought yours yet?
Snap it up, the 13th is only one week" away, and there’s a
lot of work to be done yet.
HEADS! I WIN!
You buy the candy. How many times have you been the
goat of some penny matches? Fool them the next time, and
buy your own.
, Notebook Paper, ruled and unruled. *
Reams of scratch, the necessity of college life.
I. P. Notebooks. Fountain Pens
"You Can't Beat
-THAT’S THE HOMECOMING SLOGAN
Your part is to secure an official Oregon ^
i | They come in all sizes. v K
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f On Sale Only '\ «
-•-•-ip U- at r -
' y H. R. TAYLOR, Mgr.
11th and Alder Streets
I Phone 229
A New Line of
Toilet Requisites Now Here
Exclusive Agents for Eugene
We cordially invite inspection of our
extensive assortment of perfumes and
toilet waters included in this new line.
FIANCEE and GARDEN FRAGRANCE
Cold Cream . 50c
Vanishing Cream.50c and $1.00
Face Powder.,. 50c and $1.00
Talcum ......... 60c
Compact Rouge and Powder_... 50c
Toilet Waters.$1.00 and $1.25
Fiancee Fragrance .$2.50
Perfumes Original, Bottles. • .$1.50 to $3
You are invited to come and receive
a sample of face pOwder and perfume.
Dyes As It Shines
50 Shines—50 Cents
Dyanshine will keep
your new shoes plia
ble and soft. It’s a
real leather preserva
tive as well as a dye
and polish. Buy it
in black, Cordovan
brown, nut brown,
and tan. Come in and
let us show you.
ion on first floor.