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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1921)
LET US FILL
They are always filled right when we fill
them as we use only the right drugs and the
right attention to scientific details.
Nothing missing when it comes to ability to
help the doctor to relieve your ills, and if
you appreciate this, bring more of your
prescriptions to us.
CARROLL BROS. PHARMACY
783 WILLAMETTE STREET
Next Door to McMorran & Washburn
JOHNSON'S FLOOR WAX
CHAMBERS HARDWARE CO.
AND THE UNIVERSE”
H. G. Wells says we are exchanging new worlds for old
worlds these days. Your University is an instrument in
performing this process. The REV. FRANK FAY EDDY
invites you to consider the matter with him Sunday
morning at the FIRST UNITARTAN CHURCH, (THE
LITTLE CHURCH OF THE HUMAN SPIRIT) located
on the corner of Eleventh and Ferry Streets.
H. V. PATE of the last year's Glee Club will be the solo
ist, singing “The Endless Day” by Roma.
SERVICES AT 10:45 O’CLOCK
The only genuine ones in town. Have you ever tried them?
You’ve missed the treat of your life if you haven’t.
All of our Candies, and we are proud of them.
The Student’s Shop
The place for that Sunday Evening Dinner
Arrangements made for
CLUB PARTIES AND LUNCHEONS
Phone 891. 8th and Pearl
SOCCER PROSPECT RRIGHT
MANY OLD PLAYERS BACK
Soccer to Hold Regular Place
In Physical Training
DEAN DYMENT WILL COACH
Hayward Field Probable Site
For Varsity Games
Plans for the soocer season are still
in a state of fluidity, but if sufficient
interest is developed in the great
English game, soccer will not only have
a place in Oregon’s intercollegiate sport
schedule, but it will be listed among the
1 intramural contests. H. A. Scott, head
j of the physical education department,
infers that he is not yet acquainted
with western Oregon’s climatic condi
' tions, having recently arrived from
| Columbia University, and does not wish
to incorporate soccer in a doughnut
league until he learns the advisability
of such action.
Soccer will be taught in classes this
fall as part of the extensive training
carried on by the physical education
department. At present a lack of in
structors for soccer is a handicap, but
Mr. Scott hopes this will be remedied,
it is understood that two Englishmen,
players of their nationel game, have
enrolled in the University this term,
and it is probable that these men will
be used as instructors for the soccer
Dean Dyment, who occasionally finds
, a spare hour to teach the soccer players
truer pornts of the game, believes that
rt rs askrng too much of the team to
! practice on Kincaid field for intercol
1 regrate games when the wet season sets
in. Kincaid, dried by the autumnal
sun which has been unclowded as yet
this season by the drifting webfoot
mists, presents a nice appearance now,
but when its topography changes into
minature lakes and rivulets which
meander fruitlessly in quest of a
i drainage system, its surface is not con
ductive of systematic practice. Water
logged, the soccer ball ricochets part
way across a lake and then anchors
while a player wades out after it.
Two athletic fields were laid off on
the do acre tract adjoining Hayward
: field yesterday afternoon and soccer
men will be able to practice there until
the winter deluges flood the low land,
j No permanent soccer field has yet been
decided on. The return game with O.
A. C. last fall was staged on Hayward,
as was also the exhibition contest with
the Eugene All-Stars, and it is likely
that games this year can be played on
the same turf.
Fourteen underclassmen have signed
up soccer as ther choice of athletics
this term, and many other men, includ
ing men who played on the varsity'
team last year in the two tie contests
with the O. A. C. skilled hooters, will
be out when regular practice gets
underway. The absence of “Hay”)
Schmeer from under the goal posts will
be severely felt by the Oregon soccer
team. Schmeer guarded the goals dur
ing his four seasons at Oregon.
“Heinie” Koerber, the elongated I
player with the big, but accurate boots !
who shattered the concerted O. A. C. j
attacks in the game at Corvallis, a part
of the Aggie home-coming programme,
is also absent this year. Several other
players have not put in their appear
ance yet. Staton, Ingle, Byers, Potter,
Brogan, Dierdorff, and Dedman have
returned. With these men and the |
Casey brothers, the two English players,
as a nucleus, supplemented with-players
from the Portland intercholastic soccer
league Oregon’s team is expected to be
at least as good during the initial work
outs as was the partly trained aggrega
tion wdiich practiced in the mud and
water of Kincaid before playing the
two tie games with their northern ri
vals last fall.
No games have been definitely
scheduled, nor has the time for the
regular squad practice been announced.
TENOR TO SING SUNDAY
AT CHURCH SERVICES
School of Music Faculty Members to
Appear at Presbyterian
John B. Siefert, tenor, Leland A. 1<
Coon, organist, and Miss Laura Tesch <
ner, cellist, faculty members of the I
school of music will appear in a special
musical program on Sunday evening at <
the Central Presbyterian Church where
Mrs, William Moll Case is director of
At 7:30 Prof. Cdou will give a fif
teen minute organ recital which will
be followed by the service. The pro
gram for Sunday evening includes:
Andante from “Symphonic Pathetique”
Suite Gothique for Organ Bollmann
Tenor Solo—Recitative and air, “If
W'ith All Vour Hearts” from Mendel
To a Mild Rose . MaeDowell i
Mr. Coon and Mr. Siefert have been
engaged to appear at both services each
Sunday during the present school year. ’
LOST—Fountain pen without cap.
F inder please notify 947.
No better shoes are made
than the U. S. Army and
Navy Shoes, and we have
the GENUINE; the kind of
shoes that stood the test
given them by American sol
diers. And it was a real
test! They’ll serve you just
as well, and at prices much
less than von pay for the so
called ARMY STYLE shoes
th; t you buy elsewhere.
U. S. A. Shoes
Built for Real Hard Service.
Infantry Drill Shoes
This service shoe served
the American soldier during
the war. It will serve you
and at such a low price,
Army and Navy
The Army Russet and
For every day wear at
school, you can not beat this
646 Willamette Street.
. HAUSER BROS. GUN STORE
Outfitters to Athletes and Sportsmen
O 9 9
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Foot Balls—Shoes, Suits
Base Balls—Shoes, Suits
Tennis Rackets—Balls, Shoes
Gym Suits, Shoes
Bathing Suits, Sweaters, Jerseys,
Leather Vests, Coats, Shot Guns, Rifles,
Ammunition, Chippewa Boots and Packs,
Daylo Flashlights and Batteries,
Safety Razors and Blades,
Duxbak Outing Clothing,
Genuine Herman U. S. Army Shoes
EVERYTHING TO HELP YOUR GAME
We Give the Service
Call this store for Quality Groceries, Pure
Food Products and the season’s .best Fruits
and Vegetables—all moderately priced.
We are always striving to render the best
possible service through the medium of our
MODEL KITCHEN and DELICATESSEN
and the most complete stock of Groceries in
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Eighth nad Olive St. 3 phones 183
7 a. m. to I 1 :30 a. m.
7:30 p. m. to 12 p. m.
EUGENE’S MOST POPULAR
The V arsity
778 Willamette Street.
CLARK HAWLEY, Prop.
Students of the U. of O.
To our friends new and old—let us say a cordial
Hello. Permit us to hope that the ensuing term will
. prove to be one of the most pleasant and successful you
have spent in school.
Eugene’s largest Department Store.