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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1921)
CHI PSI, SIGMA CHI, AND
OREGON CLUB NO. 2 WIN
Games Are Between Squads
Low in Percentage
TEAM PLAYTOT SPEEDY
Three Fast Contests on
The three games of the doughnut
series, played last night were between
teams in the second division of the
league, but notwithstanding this fact
they were close and interesting. The
gym was cold which may account for
the general slowness of the playing.
Sigma Chi won from Beta Theta Pi
19 to 12, Oregon Club No. 2 trounced
Sigma Nu 11 to 7 and Chi Psi beat
Phi Sigma Pi 14 to 10 in five minutes
The contest between Beta Theta Pi
and Sigma Chi was close with Sigma
Chi maintaining a slight lead through
out. Phillips for the losers put a cou
ple of sensational long shots through
the basket. Byler and Burton showed
the best stuff for Sigma Chi.
The Oregon Club No. 2-Sigma Nu
game was slow, with both sides missing
many easy shots. Meyers and Veatch
for the winners proved the most effic
ient scorers, while Campbell for Sigma
Nu handled the ball well. The score
was very low, the game ending 11 to 7.
The game between Chi Psi and Phi
Sigma Pi ended in a 10 to 10 tie at the
end of the 30 minutes playing time,
but. in three minutes overtime Chi
Psi snapped out of their lethargy and
dropped in two baskets. Oliver and
Gant starred for Chi Psi, while Young !
played practically the whole game for
Phi Sigma Pi.
Three games scheduled for Monday
afternoon, all of which are between
strong teams and will probably be the
best games scheduled on the same day
during the series. The first, to be
played at 4 o ’clock, is between the A.
T. O.’s and S. A. E.’s who stand third
and fourth in the league. The second
at 4:40 is between Kappa Sigma and
Delta Tau Delta, and the third at 5:15
is between the two Oregon clubs.
Y. W. BUNGALOW TO HAVE
ADDITION TO MAIN ROOM
Building to be Extended North; New
Part to Have Glass Doors
Plans for enlarging the Y. W. Bun
galow are under discussion by the Y.
IV. advisory board as the Bungalow, as
it stands now, is far too small to serve
adequately the many needs to which
it is put.
The association owns 20 feet of
ground directly north of the present
site and it is planned, as soon as a way
is found to raise the necessary funds,
to enlarge the main room, building out
on this ground so that the new addi
tion could be shut off from the main
room with large doors, thus permitting
the extra room to be used for com
mittee meetings and rest rooms. The
plans include another fireplace in the
Over 600 girls are enrolled in Y. W.
C. A. this year and more are taking an
active interest in the work than in
past years. Regular Y. W. meetings
are held in the Bungalow every other
Thursday and lack of space makes it i
impossible for all the members to at
The Y. W. C. A. is not the only or
ganization that is served by the Bun
galow for the French, Spanish and Ore
gon Clubs and the Student Volunteer
band hold their meetings there.
OREGON MAN WINS AT TECH
Eyler Brown Captures Scholarshsip
Valued at $300
Eyler Brown, ’16, of Eugene has re
cently been awarded a scholarship at
the Massachusetts Institute of Tech
nology where he is a fifth year stu
dent. The award was given for the
best problem of a soldier’s home, which
consisted of 19 buildings, submitted in
a competitive contest among the fifth
year students. As the students in this
class all have exceptional ability the
achievement of Mr. Brown is regarded
as especially noteworthy. The scholar
ship amounts to $300. Mr. Brown ex
pects to be graduated from the insti
tute this year.
Last year Walter Church, ’16, won
the highest possible award for his
work. Oregon students have a uniform
record of high scholarship at Massachu
MRS. THACHER AND
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feet tonal beauty which was never sac
rificed for any stage effects as is so
often the case with mediocre violinists.
Mr. Underwood's tone and tremendous
technique were combined in both the
“Preludium” which embodied certain
reminiscences of Bach and in “La
Gitana” by Kreisler. Great credit is
due to the violinist who can play such
technical works as these, with such
feeling and interpretation.
The “Chanson Meditation” by Cot
tenet was full of gorgeous melodic ef
fects. One wished to forget the per
former, to close ones eyes, to be trans
ported to a different world.
Particularly interesting in the sec
ond group were the two movements of
the Mendelsohn Concerto. Character
istically delightful things, though,
could be said of each of the other num
bers. A fitting final encore was the
Kreisler “Songs My Mother Taught
Me” which left the emotional impres
sion suggested by the title.
“DOUGHBOY” GIVEN FOCH
Miniature of Fairbanks’ Statue is
Presented to Allies’ Leader
Marshall Foch was presented with a
miniature replica of Avard Fairbanks’
“Doughboy of the Great War,” last
night in the Portland armory.
Fairbanks is instructor in modeling
in the school of art. His “Doughboy”
has been designed by the Idaho legis
lature as the (official memorial for
The presentation was made by Jul
ius Meier, exposition chairman, in be
half of the state of Oregon.
The statue stands 13 to 14 inches
high and is of bronz.
Get the Classified Ad habit.
Good used bicycles
$15.00 to $25.00
We rent bikes
Phone 290 Cor. 9th & Oak
Soiled, muddy shoes! That’s
where you lose, appearances
Here in this chair I’ll put a
glare upon them something
I’ll also fix those yellow kicks
and make them black as
No acids used, no shoes abused,
with black I treat you
Each pair I 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
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. _ Phone 535
Christmas Is Coming
Your problem of buying gifts for the home folks is
looming up bigger and bigger every day.
Our practical line of cutlery is just the thing for jour
needs. A knife for brother, a manicuring set for sister,
a carving set for mother and a razor for dad this is our
J. W. Quackenbush & Son
160 9th East
OREGON CLUB SMOKER TONIGHT
There will be a big smoker given at
the Y. M. C. A. Hut on Saturday night
to those in charge there will be plenty
to eat, drink and smokes will be also be
furnished. A number of good, fast
boxing bouts will be on the card and a
number of other events during the
evening. According to those that are
instrumental in putting this on this
will be a good chance for all men not
connected with a living organization
on the campus to get together and get
12 East Ninth
Miss Alice Capps
Oriental Gift Shop
1289 Ferry St.
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J Telephone 479-Y.
How Can We Decorate
the Woman’s Building?
Is the big question among
those whose formals are to
be given there this year.
Let Me Help You
Kratz Sign Shop
Treat yourself to a Iv
real shave. llU^UI 9
From an odd lot that we have on
Your chance to get a good razor at a low
Gray's Cash Grocery
“ Asparagus Formosca”
Saturday, December 3rd
Stocky Plants—All potted.
One free with 75c purchase at
Eugene's Progressive Drug Store
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Phone 150 ^ . 624- Willamette Si
The Eugene Packing Company
We Patronize Home Industries.
FRESH AND CURED MEATS
Phone 38 675 Willamette St.
Successors to the Wing Market.
“Follow the Trail”
DEAN STRAUB followed the trail the
other day. We caught him looking in
the window at the peanut brittle. It
was selling at our special price of two
bits a pound so we charged off the
quarter and gave him a box. He said
it was the best he had ever tasted.
Now we aren’t trying to sell you
peanut brittle, because, frankly, we
don’t like the stuff ourselves—what
we started to say is that the good Doc
tor liked the brittle so much that he
told us both we belonged to the “best
freshman class that ever entered the
Get RidBof That
And Put Your Self in
Good Physical Condition
Like any man out in the business
world you must make every minute
count if you are to get ahead. In order
to do this you must be efficient and in
order to be efficient you must be in the
best of bodily condition.
T hat is necessary if you are going to
be successful in your studies and in the
So, we repeat, get rid of that cold.
Our methods of treating colds and
throat troubles is different and is more
quickly effective than the old system.
Get into good condition by taking
960 Willamette Street.