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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1929)
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Webfoots Take Four oi
~ Six Meets, Stanford,
“ Northwestern Defeats
Qpuneil’c Recent Action on
Z Swim linfS Follows Easl
Z By WARREN TINKER
"Thirteen major sports letters it
sj'iniming have been awn riled ti
members of tlm 10tJO vSrsity fo
tjeiropal't in the Henson of sueee.ss
('•1 competition just closed. Swim
ijjlng was put on a par ’with al
other major sports in January bj
;®ion of the student council.
■■Five Pacific coast meets and one
iffterseetional contest with North
vjjgstern university of Chicago modi
ik, the Oregon swimmers’ schednh
I!)!!!). Of these, four were woi
l%- Oregon; meets with Northwest
(Th and Stanford universities wen
tjy.' only Webfoot losses. Both Stan
Hard and the middle western tearr
are rated ‘among the first five ii
national intercollegiate competition
In the northern section of tin
’gonst conference, Oregon had onlj
O. S. C. for competition. In tw<
'ineels the Webfoots defeated tin
••■Aggies by decisive scores, .12-Id am
•10-27. Swimming in the I’aeifii
„northwest has had little collegiati
support for several years. Tin
"University of Washington has m
jndoor pool and an attempt to or
Jpuni/e a scpiad at Washington Mtati
jhis year fell flat because of made
'Oregon Ranks High
Oregon ranks on a par with Cali
fornia in its recognition of swim
lning as a worthwhile spoil. Tin
"potion of the student council in giv
ing swimming major recogiii/.anei
"follows what has been a fact in I In
Vust and California for Severn
- In a week’s tour of California
"February 17 to 2d, the Oregon teun
.ivvnn two of three swimming meets
'On February III the llniversily o
..California fell before the Oregon
‘inns, -IS It*. ’I'lie Oregon relay team
J-omposfcd of .I<1111111,v Creech, Join
•Anderson, Hal Hatton nod Clio
'Floyd, broke the coast record fo
,lhe Kill-yard relay io this meet.
On the day following the H. of (‘
Voidest Stanford decisively defeulei
•■.Oregon ol III. Stanford Hwiinmeri
’Stroke two const records in defeat
,iiig Oregon’s represental ives, win
i r- -
Your suit is now
^waiting lor you, in
! either three or four
S c r our special
loin piece golt suit
& 0 o
•" (‘tiiiu' l or a 11 \ e
Young Mon’s Wear
Two of Abhie’s Tennis Hopes
Clare Hartman and Howard Shaw will be among the first string
netmen this spring who are expected to help Coach Abercrombie win
the coast intercollegiate title. Both are lettermen from last year’s squad.
I were likely not fully recovered from j
I ;i hard meet the night before.
Anderson High Pointer
• Johnny Anderson, holder of four
I’aeific const records, was individual
high point man for the Wcbt’oots
during the season, lie made a total
of 41! points including four individ
I ual first places. Chet Floyd, his
I team mate in the sprint races, was
second with ill points.
Don Neer, in his ,first year of
collegiate diving competition, won
three of lour first places in meets
he entered. He was defeated only
by Wally Colballi, iiorthwestern
nniversily member of the 19‘JH
Olympic* team and national inter
collegiate diving champion,
i Members of the squad receiving
letters are as follows: Anderson,
J Floyd, Fletcher, Lewis,* (iillette,
Allen, Mi \lpin, Creech, Silverman,
But the wrong place. Play safe..
wear a convenient Gruen Guild Strap
Watch, it's safer. Our Gruens
range from $27-50 to $!50.. .thor
oughly masculine in design, leaders
in style, and always dependable.
Gruen Strap $37.50
(Sharp, Hutton, Neer, and Thompson.
Alpha Delta I’i annoifneis the
pledging of dracia Haggerty of
Union, Until daunt of Eugene, and
Gladys Mach of Corvallis.
Of New Books
Statistics Given on Growth,
Average of 40 Volumes
Are Received Each Day
The Ikmk stacks at the University
of Oregon library now bold 195,285
volumes, and an average of 40 new
books a day are being added, M. II.
Douglass, .director of the library,
stated. TliVs number includes both
the pi^jii and the law libraries. m
Statistics are kept every day, hi
added, and at the end of the ye;u
the totals are compiled. More edi
tions were added to the estblishiuent
in 4926 than in the years 1927 am
1928, the total number for that yeai
being 15,898, in 1927 new book?
numbered 14,245, while the total foi
i 1928 readied 12,089.
I Of the 12,689 purchased in 1928
| 11,907 were filed in the main li
brary and 782 in this law school
I while in 11427, 12,525 were stackei
j in the main and 729 in the lav
building. During 1926, 14,847 edi
| tions were shelved in the main li
brary and 1051 in the law depart
With the advent of more books ii
the libraries, the card index file:
are growing and unde space is be
ing allowed for this purpose, Mr
The addition is made throng]
purchase, gifts and binding period
ALL TANKED UP!
Ami ready (o enjoy spring varation. OF course
ur’re speaking of JiirliField gas From the—
Oregon Service Station
Eleventh and Hilyard
Soiiu-1iiiii-s, but wlii'ii tin’ “third ' is a car theye’s a
charming combination for a sprkigtiiue frolic. You'll
find too that with a car from Taylor's Auto Rental to
be the extra party, it s a cinch to got the right party
to ride with you.'
arc never complete without- ;i
| do mm I (or to ; 111«l from tin
ilance; li iicoiI not cost you
much to have the use of a
car without the trouble of
o>\ rn'i ship. Take her to the
dance ami loavo oariy enough
for a little spin.
Holidays iu spring .ire .just
i«1 r>: 11 times for a pieuie at
some of Oregon’s wonderspots
a pieuie up tlie AteKen/io
ur ai Triangle Lake will lin
ger long in your memory of
i ollege days. All of this
easily possible with one of
our elosed ears.
Phone 2185 for Reservations
Insure your complexion
Kee|» vom km \ Man rile h are l \>w <|<r anil
( tram will bring you glowing beauty as they have to mil
lions ol women lor over r)0 sears, Ol finest quality^—
iVlaveelle C omplexion Requisites are always sold to von
will) a money bark guarantee. 1 rv them.
The Oregon Pharmacy
Phone 241 538 Past 13lh Ave ’ Phone 241
icals. Thu greatest gain, however,!
: is made through purchase from state I
' funds and department fees, accord- j
j ing to the statistics compiled in the
The number also included volumes
i published bv the University of On1- j
I gon, those bought with fees from]
the rent collection shelf, and gifts!
for the Homer and Camilla Leach
| A number of volumes are obtain-!
i ed by exchange, and from the state
| of Oregon and the United States,
, which includes United States, state
; and municipal documents.
Swept by Two Blazes j
I MINXKAPOLIS, Minn.—(IP)
Two dormitory fires within 14 hours1
sit the University of Minnesota, are
| being investigated by university
j authorities. The first totally tie-1
j stroyed Sanford annex, at si loss
'estimated at $50,000. The second
drove 11 co-eds to the street, but was
I brought under control before it did
any gicat damage.
COLLEGE MEN SUPERSTITIOUS
SYRACUSE, N. Y. — (IP) — The |
I Syracuse Daily Orange quotes Pro- j
J lessor A. M. To/./.er, eminent soci-j
. j ologist, sis saying that, contrary to j
this common belief, college men are
: more superstitious than women. *
With a Smile
Is the One Confident of „
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Eugene’s Garment Shop
Popular Price Store
Dr. Harry W. Titus
Dentistry - Oi'ul Surgery
Special attention to ex
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Phone 049 028 Miner Bldg.
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The Students’ Dentist
Anything in Dentistry
Corner 8th and Willamette
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804 Miner Bldg.
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P-18-19 1. O. O. F. Bldg.
Fhoue 237 Res. 1335J
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