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Oregon Daily Emerald
MARRY A. SMITH,
RAYMOND E. VESTER,
Member Pacific Intercollegiate Press Association.
Associate Editor .....Lvle Bryson News Editor.Charles E. Grntke
Assistant Nows Editors
tKoris Sikes . Velma Rupert
Sports Editor .Floyd Maxwell
Assistants, Pierre Mead. Eugene Kelty
Stanley C. Eisuian Carlton K. Logan
News Service Editor... .Jacob Jacobson
Special:Writers; Mary Lou Burton, Frances Quisenberry, Elisabeth .7. Whitehouse
Harold Moore, Fred Guyon. Inez King, Margaret Scott, Ken
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Iraogene Letcher, Ben Reed.
Official publication of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon,
issued dally except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.
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ON TO CORVALLIS!
With practically every available seat already sold, the
0reg6ri-0. A. 0. battle at Corvallis is expected to break all
attendance records for gridiron contests in the state. Foot
hall enthusiasts are hailing the coming contest as the great
est state championship struggle in history, especially since
the strengthening of the O.A.O. eleven during the past week.
There are rumors and rumors about the Oregon campus
concerning the extent to which the Corvallis eleven is pre
pared to go to win the coming game, all of which carry the
impression that the game will be the most difficult contest
Oregon has entei*cd vet this season. Oregon fight always
glows brightest in an 0. A. 0. game, but so also- does th‘e 0. A.
0. brand of student spirit. Oregon fight must show itself
.supreme if Oregon can hope to win that battle Saturday.
The University of Oregon, to a man, should be at that game.
A rooting section has been set aside for Oregon men, while
the women will have a section of their own where they may
yell and sing if they see fit. The result of the game may hinge
on the spirit shown by Oregon rooters. Be there, and back
the team to the limit in Hie hardest and bitterest battle of the
On to Corvallis!
WOMEN’S OREGON CLUB
PLANS WORK FOR YEAR
Athletic Events, Dances, Hikes and Pic
nics to Feature Activity of Or
Forty enthusiastic members of the
Oregon club of the women’s league met
in the bungalow, Monday evening, con
ducted their meeting, discussing a num
ber of interesting plans for the year’s
program, and concluded the evening with
games and music after which refresh
ments were served.
Bertha Hays and Dorothy Dickey were
appointed captains of the two teams
which will conduct a membership drive;
the team getting the most new members
to be the guest of.the losing team at an
entertainment or “feed.”
Assurance of n dance date for the
dub, during the winter term, was re
ceived from Dean Fox. The new con
stitution was read, and it was unani
mously decided to have one page in the
A record of nil hikes, picnics, dances,
and other good times in which the mem
bers of the club partake will be kept in
■ .(mwfli ■'
the club memory book, of which Esther
Pike is custodian.
A committee on sports was named,
the nlembers of which will attend to the
various details in connection with the
The president, Glenn Frank, wishes all
the girls on the campus who do not be
long to any organized group to get into
communication with the Oregon club and
join it as soon as possible in order to
iparticipate in the good'times planned for
| Meetings are held on Ike first and
third Mondays of each month. The next
regular one will be on December tt. A
I special meeting will be held in Villard
hall, Monday afternoon at 5:15 to licnr
the reports of (he teams, and the girls
who wish to join, but who have not been
[seen, arc urged to come to these meet
Y. W. TO HEAR MISS DINSilALE.
There will be another meeting of the
Y. W. C. A. Friday morning at 7:30
which will be especially interesting ns|
Miss Tirza Dinsdalc will speak of her1
work in Italy. This talk is in connection I
with the World’s Fellowship Week of
Three Banks '
Went Broke in Last Night’s Gambling,
A i ■ . to
CALAMITY JANE v
Puts on a \
HARD TIMES DANCE
Old Hampton Building'.
Auspices Oregon State Band.
Masons.—All Masons on tho campus.
are invited to attend a banquet, given by
the Eugene lodge. Thursday, November
18, at 6:30 p. m. in the lodge rooms. This
also includes E. A. Masons.
[ Women’s League.—Meeting this after
noon at 5 o’clock in Villard hall. Miss
Grace Edgington will talk ‘The Duties
of Women’s League on the University of
Oregon Campus,” and Nancy Fields will
report on the women’s league conference
held at Washington State college last
week. A number of important matters
of business have to be decided at; the
meeting. * Vivian Chandler, president,
urges that every University girl attend.
0. A. C, Game Tickets.—O. A. C. has
reserved a section of Oregon students
and one for Oregon alumni for the IT. of
O. vs. O, A. C. game next Saturday. The
tickets for students and all other Uni
versity people arc on sale at the Co-op
this week and those alumni wishing re
served seats should write to James J.
Richardson, general manager of athletics
at O. A. ('. and enclose check for num
ber of seats at .$2.00 each. Hauser
Brothers are handling the reserved seat
sale for all townspeople.
Veterans of Foreign Wars.—Wiliam et- |
te Post, 293, will hold its regular meet
ing at the Armory this evening. All mem
bers attending the University are invited
For Hire:—Autos for the O. A. <\
Oregon game next Saturday. Parties up
to six at .$3.00 a person. Call U. of O.
.Titney. Phone 15S.
LOST.—Diamond set platinum ring on
campus Wednesday morning. Liberal re
ward. Call Helen E. Smith' at Phone
LOST—'Mechanical drawing set. Find
er please return to campus “Y” hut.
CATALOG COMMITTEE TO MEET.
A meeting of the catalog committee is
announced for 3:15 tomorrow afternoon
at the registrar’s office. This'commit
tee has charge of the planning of the
various University catalogs and at pres
ent is at work on the 1921-1922 issue.
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,| Will the party who took |
jj the ladies’ umbrella from |
I the Grotto, in the rear, ]
| please return the same to ]
| the Grotto. o ]
“The Student’s Shop”
We serve the best of eats. Try our
Waffles. They are the best around the
FRENCH PASTRY A SPECIALTY
Lumber Lath and Shingles
THE BOOTH-KELLY LUMBER CO.
5th and Willamette Sts.
AMERICA’S FORMOST SCREEN PERSONALITY
THE BELOVED LITTLE COLONEL
OF "THE CLANSMAN FAME
IN HENRIK IBSEN’S STAGE PRODUCTS OH
A DELIGHTFUL CLASSIC BRILLIANT*
ACTED BY MitWALTHALL AND HIS
. SUPERIOR COMPANY
WILLIAM CLIFFORD — MARY CHARLESON
* ARTHUR RUT LEGE — ELIZABETH DeWltt
Prices: 50c, $1.00, 1.50 and $2.00—Plus Tax
Box Office Open All Evenings
uoors » p. m.
Let’s Go!—On to Corvallis—Let’s Go!
Rooters’ Special--Southern Pacific
Will Leave Eugene at 12 Noon Saturday
Reserved Seat Sale at Hauser Bros, and “Co-Op” Student Tickets at “Co-Op”