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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 11, 1920)
14 Men Win Football
“0’s”; 6 Get 2 Stripes
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othei- season and a few other matters j
will be discussed.
System May Be Changed.
There appears to be a general eon- I
census of opinion among the athletic an- I
thoritics of the college elevens on the ;
coast that a Northwest and a Southwest j
conference should he made tip and do i
Sway with the present system of confer
ences. In the South or Southwest con
ference. the teams of the ['niver.sity of j
California, Stanford Thiiverstty, the’
I'nivcrsity of Southern California. ;fltd ;
possihl.v Nevada and I'tah should he in-I
eluded, while the Northwest 'conference i
plight be made up of Oregon, (he Oregon i
Aggies. Washington. Washington State
The. arrangements of the conferences !
and schedules in this manner would do
away will) the long trips and the advan- i
(age which the Southern schools got in
tlioir earlier training periods, school bo
g-inning there ahead of the time in thej
North. The winning teams in the two |
conferences could then meet, in a hig
game for the Pacific const honors and
he selected as the Pacific coast repri - •
soutative to meet the Kaslern team in
Urn annual I’nited States championship;
It is doubtful that this change will
lako place next year hut il will come j
sooner or later and it is about the most ’
plausible remedy for 'arranging satis-j
factory football schedules. Many believo |
Hint Southern California should be ml-j
mitted to the Pneil ic const oonfoponeo
luit froth all indications il is doubtful if
they are admitted to the present confer- i
once as it now stands.
Tim Ladies’ Aid of the Central pres
h.\ lerian elinreh will hold the annual
Christmas bazaar 'rimrstlay and Friday.
1 lei'. !l and 1(1 in the Mountain Slates
I’ower Imilding next In the l!o\ theatre.
Let the ladies help you with your Christ
mils shopping. ,js
LOST. —tip Tuesday, Iicccmhcr 7. sil
ver pencil. Wahl Kvershsirp. bet ween
Mleventli mid Halyard and .McClure hull.
Madonna Wright, I >7.'! It i.l. aril. Mease
Exclusively for Students
Old Armory |
LI ye McCroskey I
The Castle Theatre
taken extreme pleasure
in announcing • <>*' The
forthcoming week 1 ha
it has procured tor As
The most stupendous
production in the his
tory of motion pictures
a product ol such
wondrous beauty, such
exquisite and magnifi
eeiit settings, siudi re
markable and awc-iu
s] >i ring characteriza
tions, * that those pro
ductions which have
hitherto been consid
ered ehdxTrate really
pale into insignificance
when compared with
The Castle Theatre
takes this opportunity
of guaranteeing an en
tertainment of rare
lliis remarkable (day
with a special musical
M O Nr I) A V
'I' IT Id S 1) A V
a n d WEDNESDAY
1 h'cem.her Id, 14, 10
of the Photoplay
Hit1 many good things which
we have hough! especially for this
holiday season will please the
most exacting. '['lie variety, the
quality, and the price are the de
termining factors which will
make our store your purchasing
V good dinner will make the
day a bright and happy one for
yon. We have the right material
to make the selection from:
Fruits, Nuts, Candies, Pastries
Fresh Vegetables, Selected Canned
Foods, Preserves and many other
good things too numerous to
Table Supply Co.
104 Xinth St. Fast. Phone 210
Regulation Navy Middies, Repriced to $10.25.
Christmas Boxes and Folders for Handkerchiefs, Gloves, llosici\, hie., 2/^c to «>U(\
115 Newest Fur-Trimmed Coats for Women
Offered Friday and Saturday at Lowest Prices
Values to $75 at $34.75 Values to $50 at $23.75
Our New York buyer has just purchased lor us 1 la
Newest Fall Coats at a ridiculously low price. 1 hese
we offer tomorrow and Saturday at the lowest prices
that coals of these qualities were ever offered to Ku
Just 75 Coats at $34.75
—These coats are beautifully made, have fur collars
of Australian and black opossum, racoon, nutria, seal
and coney; the materials are Velours, Silvcrtones, Po
lo cloth, Bolivia and some Salts Peco Plush—all sizes
34 to 12.
—These coats are former values up to $50.00. Many
of them have fur collars, some silk lined, both short
and 5-4 length.
Any of these coats will make an ideal Christmas gift
“Miss Manhattan” New Spring Jersey Suits from
Salesmen’s Samples, $35 Values, $19.95
—The name “Miss Manhattan” represents the very best in style and quality. These
pretty suits in sizes 3(5, 58 and 40 only, are a lew of the advance spring styles and mate
rials. They are sample suils, but as crisp and fresh as if just from the tailors.
—Tomorrow offered at -$19.95, in brown and blue heather shades. .
The Big Millificry Sale ol‘ last week scored a grand success.
The people who know values realized they were presented
wilh 1)living opportunities not equalled anywhere.
To make this week’s sale still
recent purchases which we h
more interesting we*are add
uce placed in three lots.
LOT NO. 1
r>n Hats former values to
LOT NO. 2
75 Hats former values to
LOT NO. '! •
‘JO Hats former values to
You can ^shop thru our
mail order department
wil.li perfect satisfaction.
A!! ^ooiis shipped the day
The Store With the (’hris'tmas Spirit
e prepay all postage
on Merchandise bought
before Christmas except
on breakable items.
Wandering,'—Waltz Song . j
Carol Sea—Fox Tint
Rio Grande—Valso Song
Don’t Take Away Those )
8 East Ninth Street
City Messenger Service;
8!) R 7th .1 C. GRANT, Mgr.!
f We heartily wish every student a
Merry Christmas and a Happy and
Prosperous New Year.
il you have not yet attended to
buying that box ol‘candy which you
are going to give let usr send if for
you. A large and beautiful selec
tion of pretty boxes containing de
licious candies and goodies.' Do
not neglect to put in vour order
H. BURGOYUE, Prop.