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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 13, 1920)
(Continued from Piago 5!.)
service. With this idea in view a special
effort was made to reach all the service
men. and invite them to attend. Many
men in camps nearby were granted fur
loughs for this Homecoming visit.
The outcome, of the game looked un
certain for Oregon because the Oregon
boys were outweighed 19 pounds to a
man, and were also lacking in experience.
.The golden state eleven had had a bril
liant season and expected to walk off
with an Oregon victory. - Bezdek admit
ted that things looked dubious. However.
Oregon again showed what she was made
of by piling up a score of 21-0.
Bill Steei’s was the-star of the game,
going 00 yards to a touchdown on one
occasion. This Oregon victory marked
the “9th anniversary of Dean Straub's
arrival on the Oregon campus.
Omitted in 1918.
There was no Homecoming in the year
1918, because of the war and the in
Thus we come to last year and the
1919 Homecoming, when, to start the
hall rolling, a Homecoming slogan con
test was started by Herald White, chair
man of the Homecoming committee.
Many catchy phrases were turned in hut
finally, “Home to Win Again, Oregon”
Five thousand Homecoming stickers
were printed to he used for advertising
purposes, and everyone wrote to all the
old students they knew, urging them to
come back and make this after-the-war
Homecoming a thing to be remembered
and talked about for years to come. Cir
culars containing programs for the week
end were sent out. and arrangements
made to have tickets for the game on
sale in Portland so that the alumni
could secure their seats in adyanep.
Houses Work Up Stunts.
The men’s organizations on the cam
pus were working hard on a stunt show
whieh was given following the pee-rade
on Friday evening before the frosh bon
fire. Speaking of the frosh bonfire, it
was an immense affair. The order of
the wearers of the green cap had worked
for days bringing material to the fire,
and were guarding it carefully from be
ing set ablaze before the appointed time.
.The “O” on Skinner’s Butte was also
carefully watched to keep it free from
l*Jow the secret is out, for nobody may
remember it, last year OREGON'PLAY
KI) O. A. C. That was why excitement
wps so high, that c.as the reason for the
two special trains from Portland to bring
the alumni, for the big Homecoming
luncheon, for the rally, for the dance,
for the whole celebration, because the
Oregon Aggies were out to break the
“once every ten years” tradition.
New Field is Feature.
There was a new field, good weather,
prospects of 6000 visitors and Shy’s
veteran eleven. Many of the alumni
came and attended the big rally and
bonfire Friday night. They were regis
tered Saturday morning, and looked over
the new campus. Saturday, noon they
crowded the gym for the Homecoming
luncheon, which was under the direction
of Jeannette 'Moss.
At. noon on Saturday Jbe special train
from Corvallis arrived, hearing .“000 fol
lowers of the orange and black. They
paraded down Willamette street and up
Thirteenth street to Hayward field, all
Hie time crying their slogan to “Squeeze
Whoever saw that game will never for
get i(/— not only the score which was 9
to 0 in Oregon’s favor, but the way
every man on the team played for Ore
Rooters Have Great Contest.
Oregon's two alternate quarterbacks
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Steers', and Manerud, were the great
ground gainers for'the University. Hol
lis Huntington made Oregon’s first
touchdown. Everett Brandenburg was
captain of the Oregon team, and "Butts"
Reardon of the O. A. (\ team.
The yelling from both sides was su
perb. and between halves the visitors
and the Oregon students serpentined out
on the field. It was a clean game, anil
a good game, of which both schools
could well be proud.
The lfl1.fi Homecoming was heralded
as the biggest and best ever which
claim was true, is true, and will be true
until after Sunday evening, November
14. 1020. when the latest chapter in
Homecoming history will be complete.
MISS M’CORNACK IS ILL
New Gymnasium Instructor Convales
cent in Portland.
•Miss Mabel I/, f’ummings just received
a letter from Mary MeOornnok. class of
’20, who is convalescent after an opera
tion in the flood Samaritan hospital for
some time yet. Miss Met’ornaek has
.been elected a member <.f the staff in
t/ie school of physical education here,
/■lit will not be able to take up her duties
until the be'jinn’ng of the spriDg term.
MU PHI TO FURNISH
Sextet to Sing Accompanied by Violin
Piano and Flute; November 18
Is Date Announced.
The T'niversify chapter of Mu IMii
Epsilon, national music sorority, will
have charge of the program for Assem
bly on November 18,
Music for the day will he furnished by
a sextet composed of: Mrs. William
Case, Miss Charlotte Banfield, Mrs. C.
A. Whitten.Mrs. T.A. Larremore. Laura
Hand and Genevieve Clancy. The ac
companiment x\i 11 b,e supplied by a trio
composed of: Aurora Potter, piano; Al
berta Potter, violin; and Beulah Clark,
The opening number on the program
will be the national Mu Phi Epsilon song,
“Our Triangle,” says Mrs. T. A. Larre
more, director of the sextet. Other
numbers on the program will be Oregon
Assembly in charge of Mu Phi Epsilon
is u. yearly affair, although last year
owing to a mix-up of dates it was not
given, according to Fern Murphy, presi
dent of the local organization.
To every courtesy we can extend. Make
this a meeting place with your friends.
Every service of this large service-giving
' Drug Store is yours for the asking.
“The Service-Giving Drug Store”
The Home of Personal Service
143 W. 7 th Phone 252
Let us be of service to you over the week-end. Snap
things up by using automobile service.
If Your Car Is Out of Shape—
and is unable to stand the strain of a return trip with
out repair, we can fix you up and send you on your
way in good order.
You Can Park Your Car ^
in the garage over night. Come in and make ar
rangements before it is too late. Our space is limited.
1 Sweet-Drain Auto Co.
A Hearty Welcome
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To all the Old Grads, former students and friends!
We invite you to visit us. We have made many
changes, but we continue to offer that good service
which distinguishes 11s from others.
Delicious Ices, Sweets and
Good Things to Eat
H. BURGOYNE, Prop.
Barney Oldfield Tires
33 V3 to 40% Off
While this SALE Lasts
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THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO TRY AN OLDFIELD *
AGAINST ANY OF YOUR “PET” TIRES
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We make our own adjustments
Eugene’s Largest and Most Completely Equipped
Tire Service Station klS „
Jhone 1020 Free Service Car Phone 1020
GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION " ; ^
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Oak Street, between 9th and 10th
Homecoming Will Not Be
Complete Unless the
Visitors Get Good
Things to Eat
Oregon welcomes its former students and friends.
We invite you to visit us. We continue to carry the
best and the most complete in the Grocery line. Our
products are always fresh and done up in an attrac
tive manner. We are glad to compare quality and
price and service rendered. Our meat market
carries a complete line of fresh and cured meats, fish
and poultry. Place your special order with us for the
*ff Wing’s Market
Phone 38 _ ^ 675 Willamette Phone 38