Eight Webfoots Playing Last Game For Oregon Team Hawaii f ans To Get Final Look at Aces Burnell, Hagan, Pope, Gould Are First String Players Graduating Frosh Eleven Has Many Promising Candidates Sorority pledging began once more at nine o'clock Monday morning '"hpn tbe first colorful ribbons blossomed forth on co-ed drosses. Pledging will continue until Sun day at midnight. Thirty-two have been pledged to various sororities so far. Eight University of Oregon ath letes will play their last football games for the Webfoots in Hawaii. Burnell, halfback;' Merrill Hagan, guard; Cotter' « o 11 1 d, fullback; Ted Pope, end; B v e r ett McOut chan, guard; Bob Keeney, guard; Ba Woodie, quar terback; and Art Ord, halfback. i Speculations arei now rampant as to who will fill, these vacancies on the varsity in 1929. All eight Colbert men have been of inestimable value to tlic* Webfoots this year, and it will he no easy task for the reach ing staff to find capable material. John Donohue is a likely candi date for Hagan’s job. Donohue played halfback on the 1927 frosh team, but was moved into the line when he graduated to the varsity. Donohue played excellent football in the Stanford game, but was moved back to half after Dave Mason was A. $5.30 Portland and return via Oregon Electric Tickets on sale Fridays, Sat urdays or Sundays; return limit Tuesdays—or $6.00 Daily 15 day return limit. Reduced round trip fares 'between all O. E. Ry. stations. SAFE, DEPENDABLE SERVICE O. Ek Ry. trains leave for Portland, Salem, Albany, Cor vallis, Junction City and Har risburg at 7:00 a. m., 10:25 a. m., 2:15 p. m. (observa tion car) and 5:40 p. m. daily. Arrive from these points 11:60 a. m., 2:50 p. m., 6:00 p. m., and 9:55 p. m. daily.' For any information about rail trips, phone 140 0. E. RY. COMEDY, LOVE AND THRILLS With DOROTHY MACKAIL JACK MULHALL — Also — DISCOVERY Night COMEDY REX MUSIC , REX PRICES Matinee 20c Night 35c Children 10c I.- ftO forced out, with a broken ankle. Yearlings Hated High Si West, Gilbert French, and Henry Hoyden, linemen of this year’s yearling team, all have a good chance of breaking into conference competition next fall. West, an 1 im pound husky, can punt farther than any player in school including Kitz miller, and is a good interference runner, something which is necessary to the guards on the Oregon team. Both French and Hoyden weigh about 185. French is playing his first year at guard, anil lacks the polish of a good offensive lineman. He is a sure tackier, however, and developing rapidly. Hoyden is a stellar defensive player, and as soon as he can pick up a little speed he will he a wizard on the offensive. Forsta Strong Center Erie Forsta, Astoria, is one of the finds of the season, according to Bill Reinhart, the fresh coach, and should give George Stadelman a tough battle next fall for the center position. Forsta, weighing 185 pounds, has an ideal build for a center, he is fast, an accurate passer, and a sure tackier. At the first of the season the tackle material, was only mediocre, but since then Reinhart has uncov ered some material which is liable to step in and take over Colbert’s and Christensen’s places on the varsity. These men are Irvin Schulz and Francis Keltner. Both these men looked bettor this year than either Colbert or Christensen did when they were on the frosh team, according to Reinhart. Schulz Is Scrappy Schulz weighs IS." and is equally powerful on the offense and the de fense. Keltner’s promise lies in his consistency. He is a hard worker, and gets into every play. John Erdley, Dean Ricks, and Eugene Tarbell are all frosh ends of considerable promise. Doth Erdlev and Ricks are fine blockers and tacklers which makes them invalu able on the offensive. Tarbell is a good defensive end, but lacks the experience of Ricks and Erdley. Ricks played fullback part of the time this year, and may even make a bid for Gould’s position in 1029. Backs Show Power Johnny Londahl, Steve Fletcher, A1 Browne, Clarence Dizney, and Raymond Nevcau are the outstand ing backs on the frosh team. These men, along with Dave Mason, who has been out all season with a frac tured tibia, and Ed Moeller, from the frosh team of 1027, will make strong bids for the varsity jobs open in the baekfield. The frosh lost only one game this year, and that to the Washington Babes at Seattle, 7 to 0. The touch down scored in that game was the only one pushed over the frosh goal the entire season. The greatest tri umph for the yearlings was their I “THE TALKIES ARE THRILLING ALL LANE COUNTY” Carl CViCToa Hugo's Immortal Qlaatic MAN WHfl tlL Conrad Vc«dt/ ^lar/ ph ilbinj [ jbyPWJL I TV'S L v v'" ^ voW nnoc «SBSP*. ^o\otosC^agev cf J Great „ Ms.°^e kcts movietone NEVER BEFORE SUCH ENTERTAINMENT! SUCH CROWDS! TODAY and THURSDAY Jazz-Mad Youth Speeding—drinking—dancing—necking—* the four-mile stones of utlra modern boys and girls—What will the harvest be? FRIDAY and SATURDAY Zlk PATENT LEATHER KID CTrcm the famous story by Kuperb Hughes STALLING 7 RICHARD BARTHELMEff Usual Prices Shows at 7 and 9 p. m. Wishing you a Merry Christmas ! 1 il two victories from the D. A. 0. rook team. Prospects Good For Next Year’s Swimming Team Johnny Anderson To Lead Squad; Six Lettermen, Five Numeral Men Back i?ix lettormon of last year's championship swimming foam arc at Oregon again this year and have boosted tho pros poets of another* winning' team for 1929. Other prom ising material, w h i e h inel tides three 1928 frosh stars, is eligible for this year’s’ varsity. >. Edward F. Aber-", erombie, head? swimming coaeh," has had the team , reporting for pfae-| tice ail year, but intensive work John Anderson win not oegin until the opening of \ the winter term in January. The squad will again ho load by Johnny Anderson, who broke throe confer ence records last year, The lettormon who are eligible for the swimming team arc* John Anderson, Charles Silverman, Bob McAlpin, John Allen, Willis Flet cher, and Jim Sharp. Chet Floyd, Don Neer and John Creech are the outstanding men from the fresh mer men. Hal Ilatton, yearling star in 1927, and Art Larson, a member of the 1920 frosh squad, are turning out for the varsity. Anderson is the star performer for the Webfoots. The 440-yard free style is his best race, but ho has shown record pace in other heats, lie holds the short pool records in the 40-yard, 100-yard, and the 150 yard back stroke. In the national intercollegiate championships last year Anderson won fourth place in the 150-yard backstroke and was semi-finalist in the 50-yard ffreo style. Charles Silverman, another Ore gon star last year, holds the record for the Pacific Northwest 440-vard free style. Willis Fletcher, another letterman, had a comparatively poor season last year. This year, how ever, he is showing great promise in practice. His best race is the 200-vard breast stroke. Wade New begin also specializes iu this dis tance. The thr^o freshmen will add great “University men are wearing pigskin gloves” That's What Style Scouts Say, Who Visit the Leading Universities for the Newest Things They’re here in clasp and pull-on styles —and their leathers are very fine; hifind sewn, washable. Colors are the malacca tans and deeper russet browns Wade Bros. Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes strength to the Wobfoot team. John Creech is an excellent swimmer in the 220-ynrd and the -440-yard free style. Bon Neer is regarded as one of the lending divers on the const and should star for Oregon in flint event, this year. Chet, Floyd swims the relay, the 100-yard ami the 220-ynrd free style. Floyd was captain of the Hollywood Athletic club team before coming to Ore gon. Steady ! Hold It! With an Eastman Kodak the best pos sible reproductions are |nade. They take good pictures under most conditions—and that s why such' a Kodak would make one of the best sort of holiday gifts. Kodaks $5.00 up Box Brownies $2.00 up Carl R. Baker FILM SHOP 7 Wost 7th St. Get the Christmas Spirit NOTHING contributes to that festive feel ing like good food. At the Peter Pan you will find such food, combined with service that conveys, the cheer of Christmas. COUNTERACT the depression of exam week by dropping in for a bite to eat at the PETER PAN 10th & Willamette St.