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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1925)
FOR COMING SEASON
Several Lettermen Insure
Varsity and freshman swimmers
are now working out three times a
week in preparation for the com
ing aquatic season which will start
The two squads, thus far, have
not worked out in the tank. All
work is being done on the tumbling
mat, with the medicine ball. The
preliminary work in general con
sists of all kinds of calisthenics.
Coach Abercrombie intends to
start the men training in the tank
Prospects ff/r (a winning tdam
look fairly bright. Several letter
men are now out and a number of
good men from last year’s yearling
team are showing up good. Art
Erickson, back stroke swimmer,
will not be out this year. Another
loss to the varsity is the absence
of Ben Lombard. There is some
chances, however, that ho may be
in school next term. Don Parks,
who coached the freshman team
two years ago, is to be first assist
ant to Abercrombie and will also
have charge of the first year men’s
The men now signed up for var
sity diving are: Byerly, Epping-,
McCabe, letterman, Koupal and
Perry Davis, who has signified his
intentions. Varsity swimmers will
include: Boggs, Gardner, McCook,
Boucher, McGregor, Woodworth,
Sheridan and Wright. Plungers
are: Mason and Van Atta. Likely
candidates for the fresman team
are: Finley, free style swimmor,
Kier, back stroke, Fletcher, breast
stroke, and Nooc, diving.
ART STUDIES IN EAST
Miss Kate Schaefer, who last
year was an instructor in sculpture
in the University are department,
is now studying art in tho East.
Miss Schaefer left for Now York
in October, and upon her arrival
entered tho Art Student’s League.
Through her unusually fine work
Miss Schaefer was admitted to a
life and anatomy class under
Bridigcman. This is (considered
quite an honor since all classes con
ducted by this famous artist are
limited, and only accessable after
an examination. Miss Schaefer is
also taking color from DuMond,
and modeling from Lentelli.
Miss Schaefer declares that she
is enjoying her work very much.
She has been spending much of her
time studying exhibits of art, and
declares she is virtually revelling
in art. She intends to be in the
East for a year.
Following her arrival in New
York she made her home with her
brother, in East Orange but has re
cently moved into New York and
I is now living near her studio.
We Are Always
TO SUPPLY YOU WITH
Lumber, Lathe. Shingles,
You can’t spend Christmas with the home
folks or those old Friends. We suggest you
do the next best thing—Send Photographs.
Make the appointment now—you will
solve the gift problem and avoid
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Let's EAT Here
Chinese Noodles, Tamales and Waffles
At All Hour*
A Weekly Bulletin Published for
House Managers by the
TABLE SUPPLY CO.
Happy Thanksgiving Suggestions
White and Rye Bread, Pump
kin Pies, Layer Cakes, Cookies
for the table and those on
your list. We only handle
them fresh, nourishing and
wholesome. Phone our Bak
Hardly space here to remind
you of what many Grocery
items are necessary to com
plete the Thanksgiving Din
ner. Think of Cranberries,
Corn, Canned Meats and Imany
other articles that await you.
TURKEY — Your decision?
Fine. Let’s have your order.
We’ll supply you with one of
the freshest, tenderest gobb
lers you’ve ever had in a
But, if you want some other
fowl, or some good tender
meat we can supply that.
On your table you will want
candies- Toothsome, creamy
Chocolates and Bon Bons.
Colorful, pure, special hard
centered candies are always
good to serve. Shop here for
those needs. We know what
you want and are supplied
Table Supply Co.
Phone 246 104 9th St. E.
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OFFICE MACHINERY & SUPPLY CO,
Home for Thanksgiving
Portland and Return
| WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 25th
1:10 P. M.
Fare $5.10 Round Trip
GOOD RETURNING DECEMBER 1st
: | Regular trains leave Eugene 2:25 a. m., 2:40 a. m,, 4:23
a. m., 7:30 a. m., 11:10 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
■ RETURING Special Train leaves Portland Sunday,
§ November 29th, 6:30 p. m.
Regular trains leave Portland 5:00 p. m., 8:15 p. m.,
9:00 p. m., 1:00 a. m.
Check Your Baggage Direct to Your Home
I Southern Pacific Lines
F. G. LEWIS, Ticket Agent
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for the rest of
the week end
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