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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1921)
FIJI BEETEERS XT
TOP OF DOUGHNUT LIST
Delts Win From Kappa Theta
Chi; Bachelordon Loses
Standing of Um Teams
Team W L Pet.
Phi Gamma Delta . 4 0 1.000
Kapa Sigma . 3 0 1.000
Sigma Alpha Epsilon ..3 0 1.000
Delta Tau Delta . 3 0 1.000
Kappa Theta Chi . 3 1 .<jO
Alpha Tau Omega . 2 1 .667
Oregon Club No. 2 . 2 1 .667
Beta Theta Pi . 2 1 .667
Friendly HaU . 1 2 .333
Phi Delta Theta . 1 2 .333
Sigma Chi . 1 2 -jj3
Bachelordon . 1 3 .260
Oregon Club No. 1 . 0 2 .000
Sigma Nu . 0 2 .000
Phi Sigma Pi . 0 3 .000
Chi Psi . 0 3 .000
Delta Theta Phi . 0 3 .000
In yesterday ’» games the Phi Gamma
Delta and Delta Tau Delta defeated
Bachelordon and Kappa Theta Chi.
The Fiji-Bachelordon game ended 26
to 10 in favor of the Fiji and the Delts
outfought the Kappa Theta Chi in a
hotly contested battle and won 21 to
The Fiji basketeers worked well to
gether and took a fast game from
Bachelordon. The seo.re at the end of
the first half was 12 to 7 but the
Fiji* came back strong in the second
half and made 13 points against three
made by the Bachelors.
In one of the fastest games that
has been played this season Delta Tau
Delta grabbed a 21 to 18 victory over
Kappa Theta Chi. It was any ones
game until the last minute of play.
Gowans and Beaver played the best
game for the Dolts while Bice and
Harding were high point men for
Kappa Theta Chi.
The Chi-Psi-8. A. E. game was post
poned owing to the illness of several
members of the Chi Psi Team.
LETTERS ARE SENT
TO ALUMNI URGING
RETURN TO CAMPUS
(Continued from pngo one)
Seats on Sale Today
Reserved scats for the OregoU-O. A.
C. game will be pyt on sale for the
first time this morning. In Eugene
they will bo sold at the Co-Op store,
Obak's billiard parlor and at Houser
Brothers sporting goods store. In
Portland seats will ho on salo at the
Mier and Prank department store and
at Spaulding’s sporting goods store.
Hauser Brothers’ sporting stores in
Corvallis, Albany and Salem will sell
tickets in those towns. Those desir
ing tickets at other points in the state
may secure them by writing direct to
Jack Benefiel, graduate manager, Eu
gene. Campus organizations will be
allowed to purchase u limited number
but they will not be held without pay
ment after November Id. Reserve
seat prices are $L\50, .-(ill and $1.50.
Graduate Manager Benefiel points out
that these prices are low in comparison
to prices at the California-Stanford
game where reserve tickets cost from
$3 to $0 as the lowest and highest
WAY TO TIE WITH
COUGARS, 7 TO 7
(Continued from page one)
second quarter held against the Cougar I
onslaught like a stonewall.
Shields Plays Hard Game
According to Bill Hayward, Floyd
Shields played a wonderful game at
guard. Repeatedly the big fellow
plunged through the Washington line
to break up plays, while his work on
the offense was especially effective.
Bud Brown brought back to end from
a guard berth played a smashing game
and gave added strength to the right
! wing of the line. Captain Howard
! worked during the whole game though
it was not decided to play until just
before the blowing of the starting
Oregon (7) Washington State (7)
Howard (C).LE. Bohannon
I Leslie .LT. Hamilton
j A. Shields .LG. Durrwachter
iCallison .C. Dunlap (0)
! 8. Shields ..RG. McKay
j Von der Ahe.RT. Duntou
Brown .RE. Hickey
j Chapman .Q. Skadan
| King .LH. Zaepfel
iGram .RH. Jenne
Latham .F. Moran
Score by periods—
' Oregon .0 0 0 7—7
Washington State .0 7 0 0—7
Oregon scoring—Touchdown, Chap
j.-nan; goal from touchdown, Leslie.
Washington scoring — Touchdown,
i Moran; goal from touchdown, Skadan.
; Substitutes—Oregon: Johnson for
i Gram. Washington State: Divas for
| Durrwachter; McTvor for Skadan; Sax
for Zaepfel; Sandberg for Moran. Refe
! ree, Sam Dolan, Notre Dame; umpire,
Sam Mover, Franklin and Marshall;
head linesman, E. A. Hinderman, Law
Time of periods—15 minutes.
COLLEGE WOMEN TO CONVENE
Women representatives of the 56 uni
versities west of the Mississippi river
have been invited to attend the second
Intercollegiate Women’s Student con
vention at the University of California.
They »re to meet on November 7, 8,
9 and 10. More than a hundred women
are expected to assemble to discuBS
topics of interest to college students.
Minimum charge, 1 time, 25c : 2 times,
■15c; 5 times, $1. Must be limited to 6
lines, over this limit, 5c per line. Phone
961, or leave copy with Business office of
F.MRKALD, in University Press. Payment in
advance. Office hours, 1 to 4 p. m.
JUST OPEN—Ye Gown Shop. Dress
making, remodeling, and ready-to-wear
garments. Corner 9th and Willamette,
over Gage Millinery.
Tu Th 4 F tf.
LOST -A bolt from a brown rain
coat on lltli or 12th streets. Phono
LOST—Note book in basement of
library, also Social psychology. Please
return to desk at library. 15-NS.
We rent bicycles
Corner 9th & Oak
Are you making- a memory book of your days in college? See
our big stunt books for interesting campus pictures.
The Kodak Shop
IQtli ami Willuan tte Sts. Phone £>35
is one prime requisite for good health, and now is the time to
guard your health..
Make sure of your food by trading at
CONCERT-DANCE SALE ON
Tickets Out For Armistice Eve Brent
In Women’s Building
The ticket sale for the Armistice
Eve concert-dance, to be given by the
orchestra in the Woman’s building, is
to begin today. One representative in
each of the living organizations, and
the members of the Orchestra are to
conduct the sale. Opinion, harking
back perhaps, as one student expressed
it, “to those waltzes that the orchestra
played a year ago,” seems to be favor
ing the entertainment.
Bex Underwood, director of the or
chestra, brought back with him frSm
Portland last Saturday a collection of
the latest dance music that he could
find. From it he will select the music
for the dance.
The responsibility for the enjoyment
of the evening will be divided between
i the orchestra as a whole and smaller
groups made up of orchestra members
helped out by a few outside musicians.
These smaller groups will furnish the
music for the numbers for which the
whole orchestra does not play.
The single admission to either the
concert or the dance will be 75 cents,
to both concert and dance $1.
Students read the classified ads; try
It’s getting about that time
of year when the word
“cranberries” means a lot—
13th at Patterson
4 Deliveries Daily
The Eugene Packing Company
We Patronize Home Industries.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Phone 38 675 Willamette St. [
Successors to the Wing Market.
EUGENE THEATRE, NOVEMBER 11TH
CLEANING, PRESSING and REPAIRING
Special prkes to Students
- aaa ... f
Hotel Osburn Cleaners
Phone 342. 8tfl and Pearl 1
finds us ready
with a large splendid stock
of fine overcoats from the
famous makers of F r a t
■Warm luxurious woolens expertly
tailored into snappy styles and priced
very moderately from
$19.50 to $45.00
Let us show you some values in Ov
ercoats that will concince you this
should be “clothes headquarters for
Scientific Shoe Repairing
Boots and Shoes Made-to-Order—
All Work Guaranteed
REAL SHOE SHOP
Opposite Post Office
R. H. PURKEY, Prop.
Let us tell you why you are.
We are continually striving to please OlU’ customers
not only through service, but in the quality of our foods,
etc. We don’t brag, but show us some one who makes the
' in town.
tin Student's Shop.__
Use official student body envelopes in all your correspon dence until November 19.
THE BIG DAY—GET ENVELOPES AT THE CO-OP AND USE THEM DAILY.