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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 1, 1921)
THREE GRID GAMES HERE
IN 1S22, BENEFIEL HOPES
Schedules For All Athletic
Events Will be Made
FOOTBALL TEAM RESTING
Next Homecominv Game May
Be On Armistice Day
Both the Northwest and Pacific
Coast conferences will meet in Port
land this year, the Northwest December
8, and the Pacific Coast, December
10. There are two applicants for ad
mission to the conferences, the Uni
versity of Washington, which seeks
membership in the Northwest and the
University of Southern California,
which desires a place in the Pacific
Graduate Mannger Jack Benefiel will
represent Oregon at the Northwest con
clave, while Professor II. C. Howe,
faculty member of the athletic council,
will be the Eugene representative at
the Coast gathering, an organization
which requires representation by fac
Schedules to be Equalized
Schedules for track, baseball, basket
ball, tennis and wrestling for the
schools represented will be the moin
work of the meetings. Especial ref
erence will be made this year to equal
ize the schedules of the various schools
over a period of four or five years and
to arrange it so that none of the insti
tutions represented will make an un
proportional number of long trips.
That the University of Washington
will be admitted to membership in the
Northwest conference is the opinion
of Graduate Mnnagcr Benefiel, who
intends to cast his vote in favor of the
Suiulodgers. Benefiel also stated that
the other schools concerned were heart
ily in favor of accepting Washington’s
U. ». C. Fate Uncertain
Professor Howe is uncertain as to
what fate Southern California will re
ceive at the bauds of the Pacific Coast
representatives. The professor stated
that he had not yet made up his mind
as to how ho would veto, lint that
he was in fuvor of the Trojans if the
matter of schedule could be worked out
with them equitably, as their admis
sion would complicate the matter of
Graduate manager Benefiol intends
scheduling three games which will be
conference games. The teams that will
appear on the local gridiron will bo do
eided upon during the conference meet
ings next month.
Homecoming to be Nov. 11
It is planned now to make next
year’s Homecoming game fnil on Sat
urday the 11th of November, which
will obviate the necessity of the local
merchants closing their establishments
on two consecutive week ends. This
change will also be instrumental in so
curing a much larger crowd than would
otherwise be able to turn out.
The Oregon football machine is tak
ing things easy this week and will
start active training for the Hawaiian
Minimum charge, 1 time, 26c; 2 time*,
45c ; 6 timrH, $1. Must be limited to I
line*, over this limit, 6c per line. Phone
PM, or leave copy with Huaineaa office of
Kmkhai ti, In University Prose. Payment in
advance. Office hours, 1 to 4 p. in.
LOST Will person who took light
l>ulbs from Garrett Lewis on the night
of the bonfire please return same to
W. J. Allard. tf.-N29.
FOK RF.NT tloml room, furnace
heated. Women only. 127 13th Ave
nue Last. Phone 1291 J. tf.-N30.
LOST One comb with brilliants on
13th Street November 2."'. also a locker
key number 197, November 29. ('all
1190 K. 42 DL
LOST Three key s, a Vale and lock
cr key in Woman's gym No. 1 is Cal)
Alpha Phi. U 112.
games next Monday. This layoff is
being given by the eoaehing staff to
preclude any possibility of the team
going stale and will give the players a
chance to relax after their strenuous
At least 14 men will sail from San
Francisco on the 14th of December
and it is possible that two or three
others may be taken. Head coach
Huntington and Trainer Hayward will
accompany the team.
Framed Campus Views at Reads.
Get the Clauified Ad habit.
MANY THINGS ABE LOST
Have you lost anything? If not, you
are an unusual person, according to
the janitorial force who take care of
the University buildings. They re
port that an unusually large number of
things are being left in class rooms
and halls. Whenever possible, articles
are returned. Students are urged to
put their name, address and telephone
number in their books and on arti
cles which are likely to become lost.
This will aid in the search for owners
of lost articles.
Read’s for Framed Pictures.
A Christmas Rememb ranee that Lasts—
A FRAMED CAMPUS PICTURE
A. C. Read
Campus Art and Stationery Shop
Home of the Big Campus Memory Book
Good used bicycles
$15.00 to $25.00
We rent bikes
Phone 299 Cor. 9th & Oak
“FOLLOW THE TRAIL.”
More Students every day,
and they all come back—
Business is good—Thanks.
Our kitchen is clean.
Come in the back
door and see for
5:30 to 8:00
SPECIAL PRICES ON
Here Is a Sale of Utmost
Importance to Men!
© B. K. tf Cl.
Thru the cooperation of a large manufacturer of high grade clothing
we were able to secure a very special price concession on
Just 29 Young Men’s O’Coats
Snappy, belted and plain models with large patch or cut in pockets,
convertable collars. Finest woolens, blue, gray and brown heather
mixtures. The regular price on these coats would be $45, We are
passing the saving of this special purchase on to you and you may
purchase one of these splendid Overcoats for
REMEMBER, there are just 29 of them and they’ll not linger long
here at this very unusual price. See them in our window today.
FOR STYLE QUALITY € ECONOMY
Silk Hose now
Japane s Trays, etc.
If you want to saw that pU'tuiv havo it framed, over 200
mouldings to scleet from.
Paint and Art Store
922 Will. Street
Are you making a memory book of your days in college?.. See
our big stunt books for interesting campus pictures.
The Kodak Shop
10th and Willamette Sts.
Mingled with the ever-present
social atmosphere, makes our din
ing room the most attractive, and
the most highly desired place in
U. of O. Students
We Specialize in Mending Soles
Our present University patronage is the verification of our
PROGRESSIVE SHOE SHOP
Soles and Heels
THE SHOE DOCTOR.
986 Willamette Street.