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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 9, 1926)
VJtnsrn WATER TEAM
TO MEET AGGIES HERE
First Water Polo Contest to
Campus sports followers will
liavc their first opportunity to see
Oregon’s 1926 swimming team in
action next Saturday when the
Lemon-Yellow mermen vie with a
representative troupe from O. A.
C. at 2:20 in the Woman’s building
tank. The meet will be over by
4:00 o’clock, in order to give fans
and participants a chance to see
the basketball game at Corvallis
An added attraction will be the
•water polo contest—the first com
petition of this kind ever to be
seen on the Oregon campus. It is
expected that this sport will take
spectators by storm, for it is the
roughest kind of activity, featuring
whirlwind tackling, immersing, and
skillful play. It greatly resembles
ice hockey, but is even rougher and
The crack freshman team which
bowled over the Portland Y. M. C.
A. finmen by a 38 to 12 count will
compose one side, with the other
made up of varsity swimmers who
will participate in only one or two
events, such as A1 Sinclair, Bob
Gardner, Jack Hering, and Curtis
Ilambo. The frosh have an excel
lent chance to topple tfce upper
Just who will represent Oregon in
the swimming meet is undecided,
as the tryouts are not to be held
until later in the week. The cali
ber of Coach Abercrombie’s team
is uncertain, as several veterans
have been lost. A return meet will
be staged in Corvallis March 6th.
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the speed flashed against Idaho,
fumbled th(o ball constantly, and
Wednesday, February 10
4:00-6:00 — Women’s League
tea, Woman’s building.
Thursday, February 11
11:00 — Assembly, Woman’s
8:15—Organ recital, Music
8:30—Guild hall plays, Guild
Preston & Hales
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missed cripple after cripple froroi
under the net.
“Slats” Brumley opened the
second half with a long basket,
: when his mates eluded th* Oregon
defense by some njifty passing.
Oregon 17; W. S. C. 16. Wester
gren potted two free throws, but
nearly 10 minutes of the fastest,
land wildest basketbffl se|en on the
home floor this season followed
without a score.
Webfeet Stage Bally
,i Gunther then shot to the fore
<ind netted three baskets in rapid
succession, which with two foul con
I versions by Hobson, gave Oregon
an 11 point lead. Henry caged a
long shot, and Burpee converted a
foul, bringing W. S. C. three points.
Another swift Oregon rally
brought hom(e seven more counts.
With time fa3t waning, Burpee elec
trified the crowd by making two
almost impossible heaves from long
range. Charley Jost converted a
foul just as the contest ended.
HONOR GIVEN ORGANIST
TO APPEAR IN RECITAL
Advance of Belgian Music
Due to Courboin
Charles M. Courboin, who will ap
pear in a recital, Thursday evening
at 8:15, in the school of music audi
torium, has the distinction of be
ing the only musician to receive
the Order of the Crown of Belgium
for distinctive work in organ mu
sic. The award was made several
years ago while Courboin, who is
Belgian by nationality, was guest
organist at the Wanamaker store in
New York, which holds the largest
organ in the world.
The king of Belgium sent word
to the Belgian embassy in Wash
ington that the award was to be
made. The ceremony for presen
tation of the award was notable,
with the hall decorated in the col
ors and flags of Belgium and the
United States and many figures of
state. Society folk from Washing
ton and New York attended the
Tho award was made to Courbo
in for the excellent work lie had
done with Belgian music in this
country, and for the influence lie
had had on music lovers and the
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being $1.00 with a few choice ones
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MAZAMA WILL TALK
ON MT. HOOD SCENES
Bay Conway, prominent Portland
Mazama, will give an illustrated
lecture on the glaciers of Mt. Hood
Wednesday evening in Villard hall.
Illustrations in the lecture are
part of 30,000 feet of film taken
by Mr. Conway when he, in com
pany with a small party of Maz
amas, ascended the mountain about
Christmas. The pictures and lec
ture are being given for geology
students but will be of interest to
all students of the outdoors. No
admission is charged.
LOST—One black leather I. P.
loose leaf notebook about 4x6,
lost on campus Monday afternoon
by Graduate Manager Foster of
Washington State College. Please
return to Graduate Manager’s
LOST—Fountain pen with Morrison
barrell and Schaefer point. Black
and red, color. Leave at this
office. • 9
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Dr. Homer P. Rainey, director of
the appointment bureau, will
meet all students graduating from
the University this year, who will
want teaching positions, in the
school of education building at
Room 4, 4:30 Tuesday afternoon.
Rummage Sale committee—Meeting
at 5 o ’clock today in Room 1,
Theta Sigma Phis—Will meet at 7
tonight (Tuesday) at the Shack.
Meeting to be at Mrs. Allen’s.
Everyone must be there. Regu
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Kwama meeting—In the lounge
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