Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 04, 1925, Page 4, Image 4

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    FIRST DOUGHNUT
CUES ARE FAST
Betas and Bowery Boys Win
Opening Contests From
S. A. E. and Sigma Pi Tau
Toole High Point Man Of
Afternoon; Desler Shows
Class In Second Contest
By £. M.
Before a thronged and ctolorful
gallery the Beta Theta Pi basket
eer romped home with a 27 to 1
over Sigma Alpha Epsilon in the
opening event of the intramural
athletic program yesterday after
noon. While in the second game
the Bowery Boy’s won from Sigma
Pi Tan by 13 to 12 count.
8wede’s fighting Betas, with the
lefthanded onslought of Pug Toole
to help, were too much for the S.
A. E. aggregation, and when the
final whistle was blown by referee
Hobson they had the game on ice.
Png was high point man of the
afternoon with 13 markers to his
credit.
Epps Plays Well
Epps by dropping the ball through
the net five times for 10 points
was one of the outstanding players
on the floor. Adams also played
an excellent game for the winners.
Sigma Alpha Epsilon led by
“Scoop” Eokman and Elwood, put
up a good fight and late in the
second half made their singlo mar
ker. Both teams played fairly
fast, and rough basketball was
much in evidence.
At five o’clock Sigma Pi Tau
trotted on the floor followed a few
seconds later by the Bowery boys.
The ensuing contest was exciting
enough to keep the most hardened
fan on his toeB, and was in doubt
until the final whistle ended the
game.
Game ts Exciting
Dealer, dark haired flash, play
ing for Sigma. Pi Tau was the out
standing player in this contest.
However he was ably seconded by
Priaulx and Hendern, team mates
of no mean ability.
The Bowery boy’s presented a
five man team of equal ability.
Their team work and passing wore
excellent, which only goes to prove
that individualism in the game goes
for naught against team work.
However Sigma Pi Tau by a sud
den spurt in the closing minutes of
4he game made things interesting,
and lost by n lone tally.
The fighting aggregations of
Sigma Chi and Alpha Beta Chi will
take the floor this afternoon at 4
o’clock for the only contest.
Summary Is Given
The summary for tho contests
yesterday follows:
Beta (27) vs.S. A. E. (1)
Adams (2) f.Blue
Toole (13) f.Allangaugh
Epps (10) c .Voeghtley
Flegle g .Elwood
Socolofskv g .Moore
Substitutes : Beta — Johnson,
Rpatz (2))j Contilev. S. A. E.—
R. Tlynd, Hynd, G. R. Eckman, (1),
Referee, Hobson, (Oregon).
Sigma Pi Tau (12) vs. Bowery (13)
Hosier (10) f.(2) Butler
Houser f .(3) Windrem
Priaulx c .(4) Scott .
Swengel g .Harville
Clark g ...(4) Laird
Substitutions—Sigma Pi Tau—
Small, Potts, Davis and Hondren,
(2). Bowery—Laird, Hogland, and
M. 'Windrem. Hobson, (Oregon)
referee.
GIRLS ADVISED IN DIET
A diet sheet, drawn up jointly
by Miss Lillian Tingle, of the
household arts department, and
Dr. Wilmoth Osborne, of the medi
cal staff of the University, is to
be given out soon to all girls un
derweight. There are a large num
ber of girls who fail to tip the
scale to a sufficient degree, ac
cording to Dr. Osborne. She ad
vises that more patronize the food
booth managed by the Woman’s.
League, which sells milk, crackers,
apples, and raisins in the women’s
gymnasium, to help underweight
girls to get their mid-day meal.
GIRL RESERVE COURSE
BEGINS ON SATURDAY
Registration To Be Closed
This Evening
A Girl Reserve training course
for the purpose of instructing Uni
versity girls in leading Girl Re
serve work will be held at the Y.
M. C. A., Bungalow next Saturday,
November 7, by Miss Yelma O.
Cochran, Portland Girl Reserve
secretary. Sessions will be held
from 9 to 12 in the morning and
from 1:30 to 3:30 in the afternoon.
1:30 to 3:30 in the afternoon.
Friday at 4:30 the high school
girls of the city will entertain with
a tea at the Bungalow in honoring
Miss Cochran. For this affair the
Tlugene high school girls have
charge of the program and the Uni
versity high school girls the serv
ing. All girls on the campus who
are interested or who have been
members of the Girl Reserve are
urged to come. The affair w;ill be
informal and girls are expected to
come in campus clothes.
Saturday noon a luncheon will
be given for tho girls who are tak
ing the course and for any Univer
sity girls who are interested. This
luncheon will be held at 12:30 in
tho household art department un
der the direct supervision of Miss
Lillian Tingle.
The sessions will be held in the
form of discussions led by Miss
Cochran. A detailed program is
being made out.
A registration fee of fifty cents
including the luncheon is being
charged. All 'girls wishing to reg
ister for the course are asked to
do so today, as registrations close
this evening. Girls in houses who
have charge of registration must
turn in slips at the Bungalow this
evening.
This is the third year that the
tho course has been given, although
it was omitted last year. A large
attendance is expected.
CONDON CLUB ELECTS
NINE NEW MEMBERS
Three men were elected to mem
bership find six elected associate
members of the Condon club, hon
orary campus geology society, at
the last meeting held Monday
night.
The men elected to membership
are Loo Rapp, Arthur Erikson j
and John Halvey. THose made
associate members: James Stovall,
Carl Williams, Lamont Stone, Rob
ert lleitkemper, George Hinkle, and
Samuel Ritchie.
Plans were discussed by the geo
logists for holding another pinochle
tournament on the campus. The
tournament held last year by the j
club was open to all the men of,
the University and there were'
many entrants. It was also decid
ed to organize a basketball team
to compete with the teams of the
other departments of tho Univer
sity later in the year.
EUGENE BUSINESS COLLEGE
It's A good school
STENOGRAPHIC
BOOKKEEPING
or SECRETARIAL COURSE
Special Classes by Arrangement
A. E. ROBERTS, President
Phone C66—992 Willamette St,, Eugene, Ore.
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MILK CREAM
TEAMS TO BE CHOSEN
IN WOMEN’S SPORTS
Practices in , swimming and vol
leyball have been held every week
night for the last two weeks and
the coaches have finally decided on
the number of class teams for each
sport. Due to the large number of
voluntary competitors in volleyball,
and the necessity for longer prac
tice in swimming, members of the
teams will not be definitely decid
ed until next week. Competition
will start on or about November 9
for each sport.
There will be three senior volley
ball teams, four junior teams, seven
sophomore teams and ten freshman
teams. The swimming teams will
consist of Bix swimmers. Seniors
will have one team, juniors one
team, sophomores two teams and
freshmen five teams. There will
probably be several color teams in
swimming.
Volleyball games are to be dove
tailed with swimming meets, that is
one class will not be scheduled in
both swimming and volleyball on
one night. The volleyball games
will be run off in the main gym
nasium and will be refereed by the
junior majors in the department of
physical education.
Newspaper’s Efforts In
Connection With Flyers
Related; Changes Made
(Goni*'"*ied from page one)
has become more and more hopeful.
One of the biggest newspaper
situations that ever faced the Hon
olulu papers, as told by the speak
er, was that presented by the
trans-Pacific flight of Comtnander
John Rodgers and his erew in the
PN-9. The largest papers in the
United States, although some of
them had their own correspondents
on the Job, looked to the Star
Bulletin and the Honolulu Adver
tiser for specials, interviews,
stories of progress of the flight and
Classified Ads
LOST—Pair of grey shell rim
glasses near administration bldg,
or library on Monday, October
26. Finder please return to Mable
Peterson. Phone 1317 and re
ceive reward.
Anyone with talent, or stunts or
acts are wanted for Homecom
ing rally. Call James Forestel,
Phone 1320.
LOST—Near University art school
childrens puppy. Age about 3
months. Black and tan rat ter
irer. Call 884-B.
ATTRACTIVE room in strictly
modern home, convenient to cam
pus. Phone 606-L.
EXPERT stenographic service is
now available to all faculty mem
bers and students at a very mod
erate cost. For the convenience
of all, regular office hours of
1:15 to 4:30 p. m. will be main
tained at 108 Commerce Bldig.
Other appointments by telephone
1128.__
HOMECOMING LETTERS—Multi
graphed, addressed and mailed.
Samples and prices gladly fur
nished. Stenographic services—
term papers, forms, manuscripts,
etc. Public stenographer, Eugene
hotel. Phone 228-J or 1339-J
evenings. 29-30-31-3-4.
Patronize the Emerald Advertisers
SEE
Our Rugs
Floor Lamps and
Davenports
JOHNSON
FURNITURE
Company
649 Willamette Street
Phone 1188
Dancing Taught
Ballet—E xhibition—Tango
Toe and Baby Work
Ballroom—Charleston
STANG’S
DANCE STUDIO
Telephone 2279
90 East Ninth
HOURS 1 to 9 DAILY
other details.
Preparing for the arrival of the
first plane, the Star-Bulletin had
worked for months ahead; had
written prepared and plated lay
outs for the extra which was to
come out, leaving only room for a
brief paragraph in black type giv
ing the hour of arrival. Even spe
cial pages had been made up' in
advance of the expected landing.
Then came the news that the plane,
its gasoline supply exhausted, was
work previously done. But to the
down. This threw out all of the
newspaper staff, Mr. Allen point
ed out, this was only part of the
game, for it is by no means ex
ceptional that the building and !
scheming for weeks to handle
some news went to naugh owing
to some trick of fate. The layouts
had to be remodeled and revised
with speed, and the st/ory which
finally came of the finding of the
plane and the experience of the
men who were on the water nine
days, produced rejoicing equaled
only that of the Armistice. Hono
lulu, with a warm heartedness
which, Mr. Allen says, is character
Big
Time
At the
WINTER GARDEN
Saturday night.
Featuring Country
Store Groceries for
Everybody.
Lots of Fun
You Will Enjoy It
Winter
Garden
Eighth and Chamelton
istlc of the city, gave the rescued
flyers a tremendous reception.
Chances for journalists from the
United States in Honolulu are lim
ited, with occasional good oppor
tunities, especially for the man or
woman who expects to make his
home there, Mr. Allen stated. Hon
Watson, a former student of Ore
gon, is the only one at present
representing this University on the
Star-Bulletin. Leading journalists
on the island are unanimous in the
opinion that college students are
far superior to the non-college man
after they get their bearings; ac
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you won’t see it elsewhere
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SKIES JEWELRY
Wearing a Well-Pressed
Suit Gives You Confidence
In Yourself.
/
Ask Us to Call Each Week
Phone 300
RAYMOND TORREY
Between 8th and 9th on Olive Street
I *
Everybody
Cordially
Invited
to Chase Gardens Open House, Nov.
6-7, celebrating 36th anniversary and
the opening of the new 430-foot Green *
House. Featuring growing of winter
crop of cucumbers and tomatoes.
Beautiful disolav of Chrvsanthemums.
cording to Mr. Allen. They go
faster and father, he stated.
Eric ">V. Allen, dean of the school
/jf journalism, introduced the
speaker
Mr. and Mr»i Allen met those
present informally after the ban
quet.
The. visitor spoke to the combined
news writing classes at 9:00 o’clock
yesterday morning, on journalism
problems.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen, who are
motoring, reached Eugene from Se
attle- Monday evening. They are
to leave San Erancisco for their
mid-Pacifie home late this month
or early in December.
Beginning Today
AND EVERY SCHOOL
DAY FROM NOW ON
MUSIC BY AN ALL STAR TRIO OF
Dean McCluskey’s
AGGRAVATORS
12 to 1 and 6 to 7
COME AND ENJOY MUSIC WITH
YOUR MEALS
Ye Campa Shoppe
GOOD FOOD—GOOD SERVICE
MILES ELLIOT MALCOLM TENNENT
Announcing the rirst
OF A SERIES OF
PRIZE DANCES
TO BE GIVEN EVERY
WEDNESDAY NIGHT
. WITH A BEAUTIFUL
Silver Loving Cup
AS THE PRIZE
Oregon Aggravators
DEAN McCLUSKEY’S 11-PIECE ORCHESTRA
The dance this week will be under the direction of
“Bud” Fowler, who with “Barney” McPhillips and
“Bob” Chrisman will he the judges. These three will
pick out (between 7:30 and 9 o’clock) 12 to 15 couples
who will dance for the cup at 9 :15. It will be a prize
fox trot this week. Everyone is invited. Come and
have a good time. Music by the
Reservations may be made at Ye Campa Shoppe
(229-R) or by phoning Bud Fowler (400)
REGULAR 75c COVER CHARGE
Ye Campa Shoppe
GOOD EATS—GOOD SERVICE
MILES ELLIOTT MALCOLM TENNENT
Galoshes
“By Goshes!!”
The most practical
foot protection.
4-BUCKLE PEARY GAITERS
$5.50
MOSCOW BOOTS . . . .
Gray Astraehan Cuffs
$4.00
Princess gaiters.
Fawn Colored
$5.00
COUNTESS BOOTS.
They Zip On and Off
$6.00
GRAHAM’S
“Where College Folk Buy Footwear"
WILLAMETTE STREET
828