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Oregon Daily Emerald
Member Pacific Intercollegiate Press Association
Floyd Maxwell Webster Ruble
Official publication of the Associated Students of the University of Oregon,
issued daily except Sunday and Monday, during the college year.__
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Daily News Editors
Margaret Scott Ruth Austin
Arthur Rudd Wanna McKinney
Sports Editor .Edwin Hoyt
Arne Kae Earle Yoorhies
News Service Editor ....John Dierdorff
News Staff—Nancy Wilson, Howard Bailey, Mabel Gilham, Dan Lyons,
Phil Brogan, Owen Callaway, Florine Packard, Fred Guyon, Jean Strachan,
Madeline Logan, Jessie Thompson, Florence Cartwright, Marion Lay, Helen
King, Harold Shirley, John Piper, Herbert Larson, Mildred Weeks, Edwin '
Fraser, Margaret Powers, Dorris Holman.
Associate Manager ....Morgan Staton
Circulation Manager .Jason MeCune
Assistant Circulation Manager .Gibson Wright i
Collections .Mildred Lauderdale
Advertising Assistants—Lot Beattie, Lawrence Isenbarger, feston Humph
rey, Clifford Vester, Donald Woodworth, Lyle Janz.
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Business Manager 951.
Fight ’Em, Oregon.
Today marks the opening of the intercollegiate football season
on the Pacific coast, Oregon and Idaho meet on the gridiron' in
Portland both with a grim determination to win. The Idaho men
firmly believe that the chance of fourteen long years has arrived,
and they are going to try to vindicate themselves for the long string
The northerners have the best team they have had in many
years, and Oregon will be given the battle of the season, but Oregon
will be battling every minute of that game today. There are some
of us who couldn’t go to Portland today to see the game, but we
know in our hearts that Oregon will Fight ’Em. Oregon always has
The fighting spirit of Oregon football teams has made history,
it is the fighting spirit that beat Pennsylvania in 1916, it is the fight
ing spirit that gave Harvard the battle of their lives in 1919. And
this same fighting spirit lives today. Perhaps the team work- is not
quite so smooth as it might be, perhaps the prospects for an Oregon
victory are not quite so good as they might be, but there is only one
answer to the question of what every individual member of that team
will do today. j
They will Fight ’Em.
> Class Spirit makes Oregon Spirit, today will tell whether our
underclassmen have received the right start on the campus. The an
nual underclass mix is scheduled for this afternoon. How many un
derclassmen will be loyal to this class today?
DANCB TO BE OCTOBER 22
Much Delayed Student Body Frolic to
Bo a "Rarln’ to Go” Affair
The find student body dance of this
year which is to be hold next Saturday,
October 22, is to be the first of a series
of record breaking dances which will be
held this year, according to Arthur
Campbell, chairman of the dance com
mittee. This dance was planned for an
earlier date, but because of Vonflieting
entertainments it was postponed and
will be the better dance because of it,
says Campbell. In fact, he says, it will
be a “rnrin’ to go” affair.
There will be a six-piece orchestra
and the dance will be held in the wo
man's building. The laboratory fee
for the 12 dances and two extras will
be only .'15 cents a couple, Campbell
announces. No decorations have been
planned and there will be no feature,
as is •ustomary in all student body
The parrons and patronesses will be:
President and Mrs. V. 1.. Campbell,
Dean and Mrs. Colin V. Pvment, Dean
and Mrs. John Straub, Dean Elizabeth
Fox, anil Mr. and Mrs. Marion McClain.
I!. D. Sheldon, dean of the school of
education, is in Portlnnd this week-end
assisting with the extension courses in
TROPHY TO BE DISPLAYED|
$2,000 Cup for Football Championship
Of Coast Shown in Seattle
University of Washington, Octi 14.—
(l\ I. N. S.)—The new $2000 silver and
bronze trophy presented by Edgar B.
Schwabacher to the Pacific coast foot
ball championship this fall will be on
! display in Seattle prior to the Univer
sity of Washington Stanford game, Nov.
1. It will then be taken to San Fran
cisco for display before the University
of Washington-California game, and
the California and Stanford games.
Schwabacher was graduated from the
University of California in 1912. and is
.presenting the trophy in order to award
the champions, as at present no award
FROSH. BEAT BAGSHAW’8 MEN
University of Washington, Oct. 14.—
(P. I. N. 8.)—Tackling the Varsity 1
squad for the first time, the freshman
gridiron athletes triumphed over coach
Enoch llagshaw’s proteges last night 1
on Penny field by a 6 to 0 score. The
yearling’s points were earned by two
field goals dropped between the up
rights by Horace McLeod, frosb half
back who starred at Stadium high,
Tacoma, last year.
Oregon Club of Woman’s League—Reg
ular meeting Monday, 7:30, at bunga
Delta Zeta announces the pledging of
Dorcas Calkins of Monmouth, Oregon.
Methodist Classes — The University
classes of the Methodist Sunday
school are giving a taffy pull tonight
at the church at 7:30. All students
are cordially invited.
Newman Club—Members will receive
communion in a body at the St.
Mary’s Catholic Church Sunday morn
ing at 8. After mass they will, as
semble for breakfast at the parish
hall. A short address will be given
by Rev. G. F. Quinan, C. S. P. All
members are urged to attend.
Phi Mu Alpha Installation—Installa
tion of the Phi Mu Alpha will be held
in the school of music Sunday after
noon at 3:00. It is imperative that
members of the Mu Zeta Kappa be
Senior Men—Senior men meet Kincaid
field, 12:30 today, to prepare for
underclass mix. Leith Abbott.
BETAS INVENT NEW GAME
Remunerative Sport Is Found to
Enliven Dinner Hour
When the autumn rains set in, and
the little fly wings himself away, the
Beta dinner table will again be dull.
Report has it that the Betas have dis
covered a new indoor sport. Nickels
baited with tid-bits of meat, are laid
out in front of the plates, and the in
dividual whose nickel first tempts the
wily fly wins all the stakes.
I - _
To the Editor: It has long been an
Oregon tradition that all girls speak
to the men and freshmen whom they
meet on the campus, but what girl is
going to do this more than a few
times, when the response is either en
tirely lacking or in the form of a
husky hello which seems to come
from the depths of the pockets where
the freshman’s hands remain firmly
placed? Is this the courtesy one
would expect from a University of
Oregon man? Perhaps they forget
the existence of the freshman caps
that rest so lightly upon their heads.
In that case I suggest that the fact
of their existence be sufficiently
impressed that they cannot forget
It is not too much to expect of
’any gentleman that h'e return cour
tesy when a girl savs “hello.”
SMOKING RULE VIOLATED
Fire Danger of Smoking in Buildings
On Cathpus Pointed Out
Fire danger resulting from smoking
in the buildings on the campus was
called to the attention "of the Univer
sity authorities by the state fire mar
shall, after he had inspected the build
ings recently. “Thou shalt not smoke
in University buildings” is numbered
among the rules, but recently there has
been a noticeable increase in the
amount of smoking, according to of
ficials. The enforcement of this rule
is in the hands of the superintendent
of properties and members of the fac
Smoking in the buildings is a viola
tion of the old Oregon tradition against
smoking on the campus.
VARSITY BARBER SHOP
Service Our Aim. Next to Oregana
Prepared for delicate palates.
The Kind that makes your mouth water to look at it.
Well you'll just have to come and try it.
Across Railroad from Villard.
Drop in to the
When you are down town—for a good feed.
R. J. HAWLEY, Proprietor.
If you are one of those men who prefer your clotlijps made
to your individual measurements, we extend to you the most
exclusive and superior tailoring service in the world.
Sold here exclusively in Eugene.
Prices moderate—Quality extremely high.
Green Merrell Co.
“One of Eugene’s Best Stores”
Club Shine Parlors Club Barber Shop
814 Willamette Street.
Popular Men’s Resort
Club Cigar Store Club Billiard Parlor
Use Our Kitchen—It doesn't cost any more than you have
to pay for foods and fuel when you use your own kitchen.
Some of the Good Things to Eat from the model kitchen: %
Roast Pork, Meat Loaves, Delicious Salads, Oven Baked
Beans, Macaroni and Cheese, Fresh Cakes, Puddings, Cookies,
Rolls, Pies, Doughnuts, Bread, French Pastry.
Quality Groceris Moderately Priced.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers.
Eighth and Olive. Three Phones—183.
Soiled, muddy shoes? That's
w here urn lose, appearances
Here in this chair I’ll put a
glare upon them something
I'll also fix. those yellow kirks
and make them black as
No acids used, no shoes abused,
with black 1 treat you
Each pair 1 shine is right in
line with patent - leathers,
Selected stock that none can
knock, so keep this little
It points the way to the
They are the Right
Peter Sarecos John Papas
Rex Theatre Building
IF CHRIST WERE NOT IN MODERN LIFE,
Sermon by Rev. Frank Fay Eddy at the Morning Service
— of the —
First Unitarian Church
Corner of Eleventh and Ferry Street*.
ROBERT MoNUUlT. Soloist.
“Missions From the Native Standpoint”
— Fuder Auspices of —
Lecture before the Eliot Club at the
First Unitarian Church
By Professor Eldon Griffin of the History Department
at 7 ;d0 p. m.
W AI T !
Have you tried our Home-made Candy?
The kind you’ll never forget.
WALT HUMMELL, Prop.