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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 30, 1923)
Teams Put in Two Leagues;
First Game Yesterday
Women’s <lo-nut basketball season
started yesterday, after a three
week period of practice. The leagues
have been formed and the schedule for
all the games is now arranged, Florence
Baker, head of basketball, reports.
The formation of the leagues is as
League 1—Thacher cottage, Chi Ome
ga, Hendricks hall, team 1, Alpha Omi
cron Pi, Susan Campbell hall, team 2,
Alpha Chi Omega, Delta Delta Delta,
Gamma Phi Beta, Pi Beta Phi, Kappa
League 2—Hendricks hall, team 2,
Oregon club, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Al
pha Xi Delta, Susan Campbell hall,
team 1, Alpha Phi, Delta Gamma, Al
pha Delta Pi, Delta Zeta.
The first games of the season were
played yesterday between Thacher cot
tage and Kappa Alpha Theta of
League 1; and Hendricks hall, team 2,
and Alpha Xi Delta of League 2.
The games scheduled for today are
Hendricks hall, team 1 vs. Chi Omega
of League 1; and Oregon club vs.
Kappa Kappa Gamma of League 2.
The schedule for the rest of the
week is as follows:
Wednesday, October 31,—League 1,
Susan Campbell hall, team 2 vs. Alpha
Chi Omega; League 2, Susan Campbell,
team 1, vs. Delta Zeta.
Thursday, November 1,—League 1,
Delta Delta Delta vs. Gamma Phi
Beta; League 2, Delta Gamma vs. Al
pha Delta Pi.
Friday, November 2,—League 1, Pi
Beta Phi vs. Alpha Omicron Pi;
League 2, Alpha Phi vs. Henricks hall,
team 2. j
Houses entering teams must be up on
their practices before their first game.
Every girl must haw at least sis
practices to her credit before she can
play in a do-nut game.
All the games will be played at 5:00'.
o’clock in the women’s gym. Emma
Waterman of the women’s physical ed
ucation department will referee the
CAT, AND CANARY TO BE
SHOWN AT HEILIG TONIGHT
One of the elements of “The Cat and
Canary,” which Kilbourn Gordon, Inc.
will present at the Heilig theatre to
’Minimum charge. 1 time 2*e; 2 timm,
45c ; 3 times 6Sc; 1 week, $1.20. Must be
limited to 6 lines; over this limit 5c per
line. Phone 961, or leave copy with Bus
iness office of Emerald, in University
Press. Office hours, 1 to 4 p. m. PAY
ABLE IN ADVANCE ONLY.
For Bent—Two rooms just back
of sehool of music—also garage. 991 E.
18th street. 0-27-28
Lost—Between Hayward and Kappa
house pair of bone rimmed spectacles.
Please call Winifred Graham 204. 0-30
Strayed or Stolen—Small trim, short
haired fox hound, black back, lemon
ears, black and white spotted sides and
belly. Reward. Phone 439L. 030-N1
night is the youth of the characters.
The outlook provided makes for the
charm of the drama and John Willard,
the author, has provided, in the story,
a yarn sufficiently shocking to need a
good deal to set it off, so that the
nerves will not be overstrained.
FILMS OF OREGON-IDAHO
GAME TO SHOW AT REX
Pictures Are in Weekly News Reel
Taken by Oregon Journal Staff;
First Showing in State
A moving picture film which should
be of special interest to the Oregon stu
dent body is the picture of the Ore
gon-Idaho game which is being shown
at the Rex theatre today and Wednes
The film, more than two hundred and
fifty feet in all, was taken for the
Rex management by their Webfoot
Weekly photograhper, who “shot” all
the most important Oregon-Idaho plays
and many scenes of the crowds in ac
tion during the nerve-straining con
test. Immediately at the close of the
game, the film was speeded to Port
land for development and printing and
is scheduled to arrive early today for
presentations today and tomorrow at
The Webfoot Weekly, which, as the
name implies, is an Oregon product, is
a special news reel, made each week in
different parts of the state. The week
ly is edited by the Webfoot staff of
the Oregon Journal of Portland, who
are cooperating with the Rex manage
ment in photographing “pictorial
news” locally, as well as state wide.
William Cornwell, of the staff directed
the scenes taken throughout the game
The UNIVERSITY COMPANY
Direction of Fergus Reddie
October 31, November 1 and 2
Box office open Tuesday after
noon and days of performance.
50c and 75c. No tax.
When Winter Comes
Our Hot Fountain Specials will help you forget
Fancy Hot Sundaes
Ford Simmons Delight .50c
Rivoli Sundae . 40c
The Parasol Girl .60c
Winter Garden ..60c
Ziegfeld Follies .50c
Fancy Oregon Walnut .7_...35c
“Spark Plug’’ Romance . 40c
Fancy Pecan Nut Roll with Hot Butterscotch.30c
Salted Pecan Butterscotch Sundae . 45c
Our Hot Sundaes are Different—You will like them.
Superior Hot Sundaes
Cream Karamel, Butterscotch, Runkels Chocolate, and
Maple Cream Walnut properly served Ye Towne
Try Our Hot Sodas
Parisian Egg Nogg . 25c
Astor House Nogg .26c
Caramel Egg Fizz .. 2pc
Nutty Oloroso ...........20c
Christmas Cheer . .„.25c
Hot Malted Milk (all flavors) . 20e
Hot Sodas (all flavors) _ 10c
California, Hot Lemonade _ 15c
Our Special Hot Chocolate .10c
Open from 6:30 A. M. to 1 A. M.
Every Sunday from 7 to 9 p. m. by Ye Towne Shoppe Trio
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EXNB8T SUITE, Prop.
GUILD HALL PRODUCTION
TO APPEAR THIS WEEK
“Green Goddess” is Scheduled
for Wednesday Night
The first showing of “The Green
Goddess,” the initial University com
pany production of the year will be to
morrow night in Guild hall at 8:30.
The play will run three nights. Run
ning in New York on the legitimate
stage, as well as being successfully
show-n on the silver screen, the play
will be of great interest to the Guild
hall fans who will welcome the op
portunity to compare the achievements
and the limitations of the local group,
it is predicted by several old friends
of the company.
Charlotte Banfield, who carried the
work of the University company to a
high level in her several interpreta
tions last year, will play the only wo
man’s part in the play. Darrel Larsen,
whose last year work will be chiefly
remembered in his portrayal of the dif
ficult role of Esteban in “The Pas
sion Flower,” will play the extremely
interesting character of the Rajah of
Ruhk, a past master of the art of
refining cruelty to a tortuous extreme.
The setting ^of the story is in a
little kingdom called Ruhk, in the heart
of the Himalayas, the ruler of which
is an enigmatic, revengeful, cruel Hin
du, with the shining polish of an Ox
ford education and superior mind,
tastes, and habits.
The three English people of the play
are wrecked in an airplane just out
side the small kingdom, and, to the
fanatical native, it seems that they
have been sent by the Gods to take
the place of the three royal princes
of the kingdom who have been taken by
the English and are to be put to death.
Ruled by the Green Goddess, they de
mand a life for a life and are re
lentless. To them the English are the
swaggering lords of creation and to
see some of them pay the price is
their great desire. The adventures of
the three prisoners who are treated as
guests in the house of the Rajah are
varied and interesting. The play is
tense throughout but is above the level
STUDENT MAIL UNCLAIMED
Inability to Correct Wrong Addresses
is Main Cause of Trouble
Mail for students whose addresses
are unknown is still being held at the
University depot. Some of it has been
at the post-office since the beginning
of the term. The addresses of tho
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you can easily get rid of that hacking cough.
It is pleasant to take, quick and sure of action, and no harmful#
The small sized bottle is just the right size and shape to fit
into the pocket, so you can have it with you at all times.
You should have a bottle with you. Every one guaranteed.
The University Pharmacy
11th and Alder
CJ Why worry over the question,
“Where do we eat?” with the Campa
Shoppe so handy. Our special stu
dent lunches abound in variety and
are of the highest quality, combined
with real quick service. Served from
1 1 :30 to 1:30. Price 40c; with meal
Ye Campa Shoppe
HERSCHEL TAYLOR, Proprietor
for all chronic diseases, stom
ach, liver, kidney, intestinal
troubles, rheumatism, sciatica,
i lumbago, constipation, high
blood pressure, diabetes, heart
and lung troubles yield readily
to Chiropractic and Electro
Therapy. For quick and per
manent results call .at my
office, 681 Willamette Street,
opposite Heilig theatre.
DR. M. ASHTON
Evenings by appointment.
Peter Sarecos, Prop.
After working the Rex Shoe,
Shine for seven years I
moyed here. Hats cleaned
and blocked. Shoes dyed
any color, red, green, blue,
white, and suede. Shoes
cleaned while you wait.
Service that will bring you
back. Cut price for differ
ent colored shoes. Come in
and save money.
170R the student or prof., the
J- superb VENUS out-rivals
all for perfect pencil work.
17 black degrees—3 copying.
VSNUS Pencils and
students cannot be verified until the
student directory is published. Until
then, the post office authorities urge
those who have not received mail to
come to the University depot behind
the household arts building.
Last week two University men came
to the depot to find out why they had
received no mail since their enrollment
in the University. Their mail, be
cause of their unknown addresses, had
been kept at the depot.
Students may leave their addresses
at the depot and facilitate the delivery
of the mail ,states Mr. Felix Landrum,
who is in charge.
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t]f That’s the life of sox—the
length of life depends on the
•J A half-dozen pairs of
SHAWKN1T sox will give
you an interesting lesson in
In the silk and wool,
cashmere, lisle and cotton.
25c to $1.25 pair
We guarantee our Work and our Service
Prices 50c to $2.00
Curtain 8:20 sharp.
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AU.V0TED TH6A6REPCT ENTBOAlJeitNT
When You Think of Hallowe’en
think of the generous slice of our spicy, home
made pumpkin pie,
flaky and delicious,
with a cup of Peter
Pan coffee, piping hot.
You’ll come again!
The Peter Pan
WALT HUMMELL, Prop.