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Oregon Team f
Idaho Conceded Edge Over
With the Pacific fray safely am]
satisfactorily tucked away in the
files of ancient, football history,
Coach Me Ewan and his Webfooters
arc pointing in direct, preparation
for the Idaho invasion next .Satur
day on Hayward field.
From outward appearances 'the
Oregon machine functioned with
greater facility and smoothness
against the Badgers than it did
against Linfield tlio previous week.
Naturally this is to lie expected, lint
even considering the Webfoots* in
creased potentiality, their actual
strength still hovers mysteriously
in the background. MeFwan, with
Ills usual reticence, is not prone to
declare his opinions, whether fa
vorable or other,wise.
No Serious Injuries
Defects evident in Saturday’s
game will he eliminated this week,
and a team with its real power
ready to be brought into action will
meet tlie Vandals. Fortunately, no
injuries other than the usual bruises
and sprains were received from tho
daws of the Badger outfit. The
Webfoot mentors will probably play
safe, -and use no more scrimmage
practice than is necessary.
Last night *s practice consisted
merely of limbering up exorcises in
order to work out any stiffness
caused by the Pacific battle. The
rest of the week will bo chiefly
devoted to the perfection of decep
tion plays, and improvising a de
fense for Idaho’s touted forward
The Vandals, like Oregon, remain
a somewhat mysterious and doubtful
element in the conference. The
Moscow eleven, however, is conceded
the edge on basis of the comparative
showinlgs of the two teams last
Idaho displayed a consistent at
tack and a powerful lino in the
game with Montana, State in which
they came out victorious, 19 to 12.
The closeness of the scores docs not
fully indicate the nature of the con
test, as Montana was pointed for
the Vandals, whereas the Idahoinna
were covering up in order to disap
point the Webfoot scout.
Oregon will face a veteran Idaho
line which is the heaviest in the
conference. The strength of tlio
Webfoot forwards tins been adver
tised as being below average, but
from their work in the Pacific game
it is apparent that they have either
improved their tactics or that they
have been slightly under-rated.
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OPTOMETRIST — OPTICIAN
Next Door to First Nat’l. Bank
(Continued from yogr, one)
son, the fleet-footed sophomore
backfieldman. After his perform
ance in the Pneifie. game, Hie cog
nomen prefixly attached to his
Christian home could easily lie
“Top” Robinson. This colored boy
could easily .outspin the fastest top.
Robinson's work in the Pacific
game only added to his ability in
eluding tacklers. Robinson seems
to have perfected something that is
of vital importance to every base
ball pitcher—change of pace. While
the iiorsehide hinder exercises his
change of pace with his arm, Robin
son does it. with his legs and feet.
On a number of occasions last Sat
urday, Robinson would sprint, slow'
down to nearly a walk, wait and
1 hen pivot, or with a burst of speed,
spurt, out of reach of the tacklers.
There is perhaps no back any shif
tier on the coast, save tricky Dick
Hyland of Stanford.
Coach John .T. MrEwnn seems to
have a plentitnde of ends in Wetzel
and Handley, Riggs and Pope, and
utht ami d U'lii I *
son. Tlio work
of Frank Biggs
in the Pacific
game was of the
riety. Biggs, a
last year, was
out to show his
worth and- did it
fully. ITe scored
Oregon’s firs t,
touchdown when lie snared a
yard pass from “Bobby” Robinson
and carried it the remaining ten
for the counted. Another of Mc
Ewan’« copious quantity of wing
men, Howard Handley, performed
like a star. Besides garnering two
passes for touchdowns, this big
flankman was in every play. Hand
ley demonstrated that he has speed
to go with liiti some 200 pounds
avoirdupois/On one instance in par
ticular, Handley kicked off for Ore
gon and then raced down the field
tackling the receiver of the ball. A
feat like this isn’t performed*in
Whitman college uses the sealed
bid system of rushing in which'each
fraternity house hands the rushee
an invitation to come down and
visit them. The one he accepts
shows his preference.
Bsi Kappa announces the pledging
of Don Neer, of McMinnville.
RIN - TIN TIN
Three Musketeers of the
Underworld, A Master Crim
inal, A Ferocious Dog—A
“OUR GANG’’ COMEDY
SEE THE ONE AND
TAKEN AT THE RINGSIDE,
SOLDIERS’ FIELD, CHICAGO
T1IE FULL 10 ROUNDS SHOWN
7TH ROUND IN BOTH NATURAL
AND SLOW MOTION
1 to 11 p. in.
(Continued from page one)
of each class .are directly responsi
ble for tlio instruction of their res
pective classes in the traditions of
(5) Student Body Meetings —
Here announcements may be made
concerning traditions by the presi
dent, of the A. S. U. O. or other duly
constituted members of the student
The committee feels very keenly
that at heart it is the desire of
every Oregon student to uphold the
glorious traditions of the University
of Oregon, and that they will in
dividually and as a student body
bend every effort toward passing
on to the future students the'Tra
ditions which have come down to us
from the past through generation
after generation of loyal students.
And to this end may the efforts of
every student be directed.
* TRADITIONS COMMITTEE.
Herbert G. Socolofskty,
Dr. Delbert Standard,
Emerald Editor, Ex-officio.
Dean Elmer L. Shirrell,
Will Work in Paris
Lucilo Saunders McDonald, grad
uate of the University of Oregon,
is now in Marseilles, France. She
and her husband, who is a repre
sentative of the Caterpiller Tractor
Company, went to France recently
from Constantinople. Jay Allen and
his wife, formerly Ruth Austin, who
also attended the University, are
helping Mrs. McDonald find an
apartment in Paris, where she ex
pects to settle and intends to do
some writing for trade .journals.
While in the oUniversity Mrs.
Saunders majored in journalism.
After she graduated she made a
trip to South America, where she
did cpiite extensive work in the
journalistic field. Later she took
up newspaper work in New York.
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