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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 21, 1925)
TO GET HONORS
First Year Grid Men Win
Two of Three Games
MATERIAL IS PROMISING
Players Bid for Places On
1926 Varsity Team
By Dick Syring
Twenty-seven freshman football
players, who with the rest of the
squad have toiled ceaselessly for
the past two months through all
kinds of weather through the past
football season, have been recom
mended by Coach Earl “Spike”
Leslie, to receive numerals. Those
men either participated in one or
btoth of the two inter-collegiate
games played this season.
The freshman football team play
ed three games. The first with the
University of Washington babes on
Hayward field, October 31, resulted
in the Washington green-cappers
taking home the long end of the
score 12 to 7. The second game on
Armistice Day was played at Bose
burg against the American Legion
eleven. The yearling second team
made the trip and won a decisivo
victory 21 to 0. In the final gamo
of the schedule the yearlings lost
to the heavy but fast 0. A. C. Book
eleven, 9 to 7.
In all of these games the first
year men out-fought their oppon
ents in all departments of the game.
The Washington game was practic
ally won until the last three min
utes when the baby Huskies suc
ceeded in completing a long pass.
The Aggie Book game was another
tussle where the yearling’s oppon
ents got many breaks.
A number or valuable players
will be ready to step up and prob
ably fill the holes left in this year’s
varsity ranks. Cadwell, Sandvall
and Klippel will be aspirants for
the passer-back position.
Flegel and Thompson are \two
promising guards. A big gap in
the line will be left by the gradua
tion of Gene Shields and Ken Bail
ey, varsity guards. Martin and Do
Mott, tackles, should be strong con
tenders for line positions. Martin
is a punter of remarkable ability.
Grear, Slauson and Pope, ends, are
all fast. The absence of Captain
Bob Mautz on right end will bo
hard to fill. Woodie and Wilson
are quarterbacks, who, according to
tho coach, should develop into var
sity players. Gould, Hagan, Good
en, Burnell and Eddie, halfbacks,
are all likely varsity candidates.
The men who have been recom
mended for numerals are: Klippel,
Cadwell and Sandvall, qbnter^;
Flegel, Thompson, Winters, Akers
and Caughells, guards; Martin, Do
Mott and Nosier, tackles; Slausen,
Pope, Grear and Jamison, ends;
Woodie and Wilson, quarterbacks;
and Gould, Ilagan, Gooden, Goulke,
Eddie, Burnell, Coles, Llewellyn,
Green and Ostrum, halfbacks.
C. D. MORRIS EX-EDITOR
TALKS TO EDITING CLASS
C. D. Morris, former editor of
the St. Joseph Gazette, St. Joseph,
Mo., spoke to Dean Eric W. Allen’s
editing class at the regular class
hour yesterday, on the functions of
Mr. Morris, who began his journ
alistic career setting type by hand
when a boy, was a member of the
board of regents, at the University
of Missouri when the school of
journalism was established there.
Successful newspapers are rely
ing more and more upon the schools
of journalism to supply them with
men and women, trained in the pro
fession, said Mr. Morris.
For 35 years Mr. Morris was a
newspaper man. He is now assist
ant chairman of the Western Rail
way Committee on Public Rela
tions, and is visiting Eugene in that
glossy, wavy hair now yours
Use SEFOL Shampoo. De
liebrful and easy to use.
Kuykendall Drug Co.
712 Willamette St.
Ham’s Old Place
TRADE MARK RED. t'.S. PAT. OfT.
SILVER SLIPPERS FOR
For This Week-end
Brick Ice Cream, consisting of three
layers — Macroon-Cherry, Sherry
Sherbert and Nesselrode Pudding.
Also Macroon-Cherry Ice Cream in
Eugene Fruit Growers’
Her Peppiest Show
7:15 p.m. 9:15 p.m.
Friday and Saturday!
IT’S A COMEDY
A STREAK OF
a reduction of
I/4 and Yl in aR
She is also selling
smart felts and
velours at lower
BEFORE YOU INVEST
Do You Think That
Mr. Atlas Had the
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man wants to feel like Atlas, the
African King, who, according to
the olden fable, supported the
world upon his shoulders? A so
called “heavy-weight” Overcoat
can be as light as a top coat, if
the cloth Is specially woven, and
especially if it’s band-taikred.
Let us show you the difference
at no difference in price.
na WILLAMETTE} ST.
The Finishing Touch to the
When preparations are being made for the festive event, order
Flowers too. They add- the finishing touch of completeness. If
you are to entertain it will do honor to your guests. If you are
invited, pay your respects to your hostess by sending flowers
early Thanksgiving morning.
We will gladly assist you in choosing the correct flowers for the
occasion as well as for the purse.
13th AND PATTERSON
MAIN EVENT Ji,
MACK LILLARD—Of Eugene, 125 lbs.
— vs. —
FRANKIE WEBB—Of Portland, 125 lbs.
Martin Lee 4 Rounds — SPECIAL EVENT — 4 Rounds Harold Davis
of Lewiston, Idahb —VS.— of Eugene
Two Slashing 4-Round Preliminaries to Open the Show
FIRST BOUT STARTS DOORS OPEN
8:30 P. M. SHARP 7:30 P. M.
GENERAL ADMISSION $1.00, Plus Tax—RINGSIDE, $1.50, Plus Tax—LADIES 35c
SEATS ON SALE AT ALL DOWNTOWN CIGAR STORES
MY DEAREST ANNE:
Am really thrilled about
Thanksgiving, even though it’s
too darn far to go homo. Five of
us are going to cook a real
Thanksgiving dinner at Beth’s
apartment, and of course we are
asking our men- Beth has made
arrangements to get a big gooso
at The Palace Market, and we’re
buying tminco meat there, too, for
our home-made pies. They are
going to have chickens, geese,
and turkeys for next week at
this meat market.
And since we are using Beth’s
apartment for our dinner, we
thought she might appreciate
something to decorate her con
sole table. So we bought her an
amlber glass candy box with com
partments, at the Little Shop
Around the Comer. Also wo are
filling it with candy to make it
Bargains again! The Red Cross
Drug Store is having a sale this
Friday and Saturday of lots of
their first class stock, and the
best part is tho “Grab Bag.”
Every purchaser buying a dol
lar’s worth of merchandise gets a
bag filled with samples and a sur
prise. Everybody’s going down
The Co-ed Barber Shop is al
ways busy, but you never have
to wait a bit long thoro, because
they cut hair perfectly in such a
few minutes. It’s right back of
tho Co-op, you know, and we run
down thero between classes to
get the best cuts on tho campus.
You retneimber The Cupboard,
that clover little store I was tell
ing you about, run by Dorris and
Smith, at tho Levon Oak Service
Station. This was the parody I
1 wrote last week about it:
i Madame de Hubbard,
She went to “The Cupboard” i
To get her dear hubby a snack. (
And when she got there, so well
Did she faro, that she took
Most the whole Cupboard back. 1
We gave a rather formal din
ner tho other night for a girl
from Washington. And had a
desperate time finding some sort
of decoration. Finally found a
clever two tier basket at Raup’s
Florist Shop, which wo had filled
with pink roses, white narcissus
and swoot peas. Everyone conir
! "rented on the beauty of tho bas
ket and flowers.
* * •
Hasting’s have a new addition
to their establishment in “Frank,
the barber.” IIo used to be at
Swearing’s, and is so popular not
only because of his hair-cuts,
which are marvelous, but also be
cause he is so good looking and
keeps one amused with his clover
» » *
I watched them make same de
licious lemon pies at Underwood
& Elliott’s kitchen, which is run
in connection with their store.
They made my mouth water so,
I just had to have one, and we
girls ate it in about two minutes.
Wo always buy our pies and
cakes from Underwood & Elliott,
because it’s closo to the campus,
and they have the tastiest things.
I)o you remember tho vanities
we used to carry to our first
parties and to dancing school?
Well, Tippie and I were in Weth
erbee-Densinore’s the other day,
and we discovered a darling
black taffeta one bound with
blue and gold braid, and a doll’s
head smiling from tho sido.
Simply couldn’t resist it, so I
now have it in imy possession. If
you want one, I’ll get it for you.
Now must go to that crazy class.