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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 7, 1925)
Jones Selected Fullback on
STELLAR RECORD MADE
Mautz and Reed Are Given
Second Team Berths
Lynn Jones, Oregon’s plunging,
stellar fullback, has been awarded
the position of fullback on the of
ficial all-coast, mythical first team
eleven. Bob Mautz, captain-elect,
and Dick Reed, captain, have both
been given positions on the second
Jones has played in a rather spec
tacular manner throughout the
whole season. By his smashing
bucks through the University of
Washington lino in the Homecoming
game, Jones made mere yardage
through the Huskies’ lino than had
been made by any other man
through the Washington lino in the
past three years, according to a
noted Seattle sports authority. Due
to his impressive yardage gains,
Jones was largely responsible for
the Oregon victories over Washing
ton and O. A. C.
Ability is Recognized
Bob Mautz and Dick Reed at end
and tackle respectively, have play
ed an outstandiing game the past
season, and in recognition of their
ability they have been placed on
the second team. Mautz is best
known for his stollar work in the
Washington and O. A. C. games
where ho played an important part
in the Oregon victories.
Both Lynn Jones and Bob Mautz
will play for Oregon next year,
while Jones has still two more
years to aid the varsity.
Varnell Leading Referee
The official all-coast eleven was
selected by George Varnell, one of
the leading football referees in the
west. Varnell’s position in the
west resembles very much that of
Walter Camp in the east, and his
all-coast selection is officially ac
cepted by the American sporting
Oregana for 1925 Will
Use More Photographs;
Extensive Plans Are Made
(Continued from page one)
the book paper is of medium
weight, light, cream color. The
pages will number 480, which is a
few less than last year.
This year, owing to the increased
number of students in the Univer
sity, there shall be about 1700 cop
ies of the Oregana published, do- =
ponding somewhat on the prompt- f
noss of the response to tho sub
scription which will open January
14, on tho campus.
Alumni may send in their sub
scriptions at any time before the l
hook is published which is in May,
but it is urged that all subscrip
tions be mailed as soon after Janu
ary 14 as possible so that an ap
proximate estimate of the probable
-circulation can be determined.
.Uarly orders, of course, will be giv
en precedence to the later ones.
As in former years, tho cost of
the book will be $4.50 paid, by stu
donts, in two installments; one of
$2.50 during the two days of tho
subscription campaign and the re
maining $2.00 when the book is i
received. Alumni are to send in
thoir $4.50 in one amount, and ar
rangm.ents are being made to mail
the Oregana to any point in the
United States, provided postage ac
companies tho subscription price. ;
All checks and business matters
relating to the year-book should be
sent to Gibson Wright, manager of
the Oregana, whose office is in the
A. 8. 1 . (). building on the campus.
Y. M. LUNCH COUNTER
RE-OPENED THIS TERM
The lunch counter in the campus
Y. M. O. A. was reopened Tuesday
noon and will continue to operate
this term on the low price, profit
less basis on which it was started
last term, according to an an
nouncement made by James Stewart
in charge of the affair. The stand
was inaugurated shortly after the
opening of the fall term in order
to furnish a place where students
eould obtain" wholesome food at a
Most of the patrons of the es
tablishment are regular customers
but several students eat there
when they are unable to get to
•their houses or regular boarding
places on time. About 25 or 30
jpeoplo are served daily.
WARREN SMITH ASKED
TO PREPARE ARTICLE
Dr. Warren D. Smith, head of the
geology department, has been, in
vited by leading Holland scientists
to prepare an article on “The Struc
ture of the Philippine Archipelago
in Relation to the Dutch East In
dies” as part of an important work
on the geology of this region which
will be presented to Dr. R. D. M.
Verbeek, outstanding Dntch geolo
gist, on the occasion of his eightieth
birthday anniversary next April.
All of the articles comprising
the book will be written by re
search workers familiar with the
Pacific region and by former stu
dents of Dr. Verbeek. Verbeek is
a specialist on the volcanic and
earthquake activity of the region.
Few Dates Remain Open
On Social Schedule
For Full Winter Term
(Continued from page one)
Feb. 9—Basketball, W. S. C. at
Feb. 10—Concert. *
Feb. 11, 12—Benefit performance,
Sigma Delta Chi.
Feb., 13—Basketball, Idaho at Eu
gene, Kwama formal.
Feb. 14—Wrestling O. A. C. at
Eugene, Phi Kappa ‘Psi breakfast
dance, Sigma Chi formal, Kappa
Sigma formal, Kappa Delta Phi for
mal, Dolta Zeta formal.
Feb. 18—Debate, Oregon, Wash
Feb. 20—Basketball O; A. C. at
Eugtone, To-Ko-Lo formal.
Feb. 21—Freshman Glee.
Feb. 23—Baskotball, Whitman at
Feb. 24—Basketball, W. S. C. at
Feb. - 26—Basketball, Idaho at
Feb. 27—Gamma Phi Beta for
mal, Gra-Kos informal.
Feb. 28—Baskotball, University
of Washington at Seattle, Wrestl
ing O. A. C. at Corvallis, Delta
Gamma formal dinner dance, Alpha
Chi Omega formal, Chi Psi formal,
Delta Delta Delta formal, Oregon
Mar. 4, 5, 6—Drama.
Mar. 7—Wrestling, W. S. C. at
JANUARY 31 LAST DAY
FOR PAYING TERM FEES
Students Urged to Avoid
Giving Bad Checks
With registration practically com
pleted, clerks in the registrar’s of
fice are rapidly filing information
an! study cards preparatory to de
termining the number of students
in the University, including those
entering this term for the first
There have been comparatively
few stragglers, the great majority
of the students being present Mon
The collection of fees will start
on January 21 and will continue
for 10 days. The time allowed is
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longer than usual, an attempt be
ing made to Teduce the number of
The late penalty fee is three dol
lars for the first day late and a
cumulative fee of 25 cents for each
additional day thereafter.
Students are reminded to guard
against issuing checks unless they
have sufficient funds in the bank
covering the amount for which the
check is written. There were so
many “N. S. Fj” checks returned
last term that drastic action is
promised unless the offenses cease.
The business office will be open
from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. except on
Saturday, when it closes at noon.
FOR RENT—Room for one or
two girls. All modtern qonveni
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TO BECIN THIS MONTH
Final Try-outs Omitted;
Girls’ basketball practice starts
today at 5 o’clock for all juniors
and seniors and will continue on
every alternate day following.
Freshman and sophomores wishing
to qualify for class teams should
report at the gymnasium tomorrow
at 5 o’clock.
There will be no final try-outs
this term. Teams are to be selected
during practices. Four 45-minute
periods or a total of three hours of
practice, a TV average and heart
Don’t Wait Until Spring
for cleansing that should be done Now!
Simply Telephone 220
959 Willamette St. Eugene, Oregon
939 'WiUamitt* St,
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If we clean it, it’s CLEAN
Men’s overcoats, women’s furs and overwraps should be
tested for cleanliness now. Do they soil white collars? a
Can light colored gloves be worn wiith them? Then
send them to be cleansed.
L. C. SMITH
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All standard makes special to studenu
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Oriental Dishes Served
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IO. K. will be necessary tO' qualify
for this activity. It has been given
out that no practice period will be
counted toward qualification unless
reported to the official in charge
of the practice game.
Games have been arranged1 as fol
lows: Friday, January 23—Fresh
man 1-Sophomore 1; Junior 11
Senior 11; Monday January 26—
Junior 1-Senior 1; Freshman 11
Sophomore 1; Tuesday,. January 27
—Freshman 11-Junior 11; Sopho
I more 1-Senior 11; Wednesday, Jan
uary 28—Senior 11-Sophomore 11;
Freshman 1-Junior 1; Thursday,
January 29—Freshman 1-Senior 1;
Sophomore 11-Junior 11; Friday,
January 30—Sophomore 1-Junior 1;
Freshman 11-Senior 11.
Class basketball managers are as
follows: freshman, Esther Hardy;
sophomore, Myrtle Mast; junior,
Lillian Yolgamar; senior Charlotte
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The Distinctive Dramatic Event of the Season
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• the Spice of Life
the Variety of Dinner
Are your dinners al
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same way? Why not
have your cook fill those
plain cookies with spiee
next time? You won’t
If everybody is getting
tired of that same old
meat loaf, serve it to
them tomorrow with a
hot Spanish tomato sauce.
They won’t know the
meat. And that break
fast toast will taste so
different if served with a
spicy jam or spread with
cinnamon and sugar.
If you use a number of
flavorings, you make the
same food seem different.
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