Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 24, 1929, Page 2, Image 2

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Oregon’s Team Travels Far . .
MeKwan Taking No Chances in
Game ....
Idaho Vandals Will Meet Ore
gon State ....
■■■ By Harry Van Dine
rTTHE Oregon football squad will
again hit the cushions tonight
to journey to Seattle to meet the
Washington Huskies, in their an
nual game Saturday. The Web
foot football players have done
plenty of traveling this year, hav
ing already made trips to Palo
Alto and Portland, but their trav
els are just starting. Few teams
in the country will have a greater
total of miles traveled than will
our own squad when they hand in
their football tags for the year,
ywo home games will follow the
Washington tilt and then the Web
foots again go to Portland to
meet the University of Hawaii in
their first intersectional game. (
* * *
T^IVE days later the McEwan
coached crew will meet St.
Mary’s at San Francisco in the
turkey day game. The squad will
leave there on their long trek
across the continent to meet the
University of Florida eleven at
Miami. The total miles traveled
will exceed the twelve thousand
mark before the team returns to
Eugene. A college football play
er certainly gets a chance to see a
good part of this section of the
* * *
/~|REGON will enter the Wash- ,
ington game a favorite to win
from the Huskies, but the game
should prove to be one worth trav
eling to Seattle to view. The an
nual encounter between the two
schools always proves to be a
thrilling battle, v/ith the underdog
rising up to unexpected heights.
Last year's 27 to 0 win for Ore
gon was the most loosely played
game for several years. At that,
the Huskies were favorites to win
from the Webfoots during the ear
ly season betting. Washington
edged out a 7 to 0 victory the pre- j
vious year and close scores have j
usually marked the games. Wash- |
ington has always been the favor- j
ite to win, and it will go against
the grain of the Huskies to be the
underdogs for once against Ore
* * *
taking any chances against
the purple squad. He saw them
lose to Southern California by an
overwhelming score, but declared
that the Bagshaw coached men
would be dangerous at all times
against Oregon. His predictions
seem to have been substantiated in
the showing the Huskies made
against Washington State last
week. Washington played great
ball and it was only through a let
down in the final period that the
Cougars were able to nose out a
victory. The loss of Stadelnmn J
Will be keenly felt, and other mi- j
nor injuries are expected to slow
down the Webfoot attack.
* * *
TytERLE HUFFORD, the flashy
sophomore halfback, will be
the most watched man on the
Husky squad this week. This
young fellow, who hails from Mll
ton-Freewater, Oregon, has been
playing great ball in his first year
on the Washington varsity, and it
is around him that Baggy has
built his attack. The Huskies
seem to have a powerful team on
paper but just can’t get going. |
There is where the rub comes
Coach McKwan is taking no
chances on Oregon falling victims
to such a revamped team.
1*UK old friends, the Idaho Vait
dais, will again 1'lay on Ore
gon soil this Saturday. Coaoh
Calland will bring his shifty squad
to Corvallis to stack up against
Schissler’s Beavers. The Oregon
State team is supposed to have
lost Sherwood, their star ball toter,
and a few other regulars via the
injury route. The Orangemen
will need all their regulars to stop
the Idaho attack, as the Vandals
have a powerful offensive. Their
weakest department against Ore
gon was their forward pass de
fense. and you may rest assured
that Calland will drill his men all
week to remedy this weakness.
The Idaho team has a good line
and a fine trio of backs in Wilkie,
Barett, and Pederson, not to men
tion Kershisnik and Hult. The
Vandals are going to be a hard
team to beat twice in us many
Economic Professor
To Address Institute
Victor P. Morris, professor of
economics at the university left
last night for Prangville, in Crook
county, where he will speak before
the Conuty Teachers’ institute
The theme of his address will be
Harry Van Dine, Editor
Joe Brown, Asst. Editor
George Erickson, Phil Cogs
well, Jack Burke, Fred Elliott,
Beth Salway, Hal Waffle,
Mack Hall, Dave Wilson.
Lop-Sided Scores Feature of Donut Basketball Contests
Delta Epsilon
Defeats The l a
A.T.O. Trims Independent
Quintet; Dells Take
Fijis for Ride
Plii Psis, A. B. C.’s and Clii
Psis Also Win Tills
Igloo, north court — Alpha
CJpsilon vs. Sphinx, 4; Bachelor'
don vs. Sigma Chi, 5.
Igloo, south court Friendly
Hail vs. Zeta Hall, 4; Sigma
Nu vs. Sherry Koss, 5.
Men’s gym Kappa Sigma vs.
Gamma Hall, 4; Psi Kappa vs.
Phi Sigma Kappa, 5.
One close game and five one
sided ones were played yesterday
in the intramural basketball tour
nament. The close game was be
tween Delta Epsilon and Theta
Chi, won by Delta Epsilon 34-24.
It was nip and tuck all the way
until the closing minutes, when
Uubenstein spoiled Theta Chi's
chances by bagging three goals in
Delta Epsilon maintained a one
point lead during most of the sec
ond hulf until the final spurt.
Both teams checked loosely, but
the winners showed the best of
A strong A. T. O. team thrust
back an Independent threat, 32 to
12, in an efficient manner. Five
baskets in a row near the end of
the skirmish spelled ruin for the
Independents, who had remained
within striking distance through
out. James, A. T. O. forward,
and Thom, Independent center,
wSie the individual stars.
Displaying a fast brand of ball,
the Delta Tau Delta basket-shoot
ers triumphed over the Fiji quin
tet at the Igloo to the tune of
27 to 12. Led by the sharpshootj
Ing Hay Bell, the Dolts turned
what promised at first to be a
close game into a decisive victory.
Ft. Bell with his uncanny shooting
eye dropped the ball through the
hoop for 1 I points, while McDon
ald was the shining light for the
A speedy Phi Pal quintet that
at times exhibited splendid team
work and unusual shooting ability
completely smothered a fighting
squad from Sigma Hall under the
lop-sided score of 59 to (i. Led
by Frank Long, who personally
accounted for half of the ava
lanche of baskets, the victors as
sumed an early lead and forged
steadily ahead throughout the
Omega Hall waited until too
late to begin scoring in their tilt
with Alpha Beta Chi. Coming
out in the second half with the
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count 11 to 2 against them, the
Omega hoys suddenly struck their
I stride and shot five goals in short
j order. However, the A. B. C.’s
kept plugging away until they had
the game stowed away by a 22-12
With Ankeny leading the attack,
the Chi Psi quintet tore through
Alpha Hall, 29 to 10. Alpha
plainly showed the need of prac
tice to co-ordinate their fighting
but scattered offense which culmi
nated in long, wild shots. Chi
Psi led, 11 to 6, at the half and
boosted their total considerably
during the second period.
House Teams Try
For Cup Awarded
In Kifle Match
Belts Are Highest so far;
AH Scores Better
Than Last Year
At the end of the second day’s
firing in the annual intramural
rifle match, nearly all of the men's
houses on the campus had had
their try at bulls eye shattering
for the winning of the Scabbard
and Blade trophy cup. Not all of
the teams have had all of their
men fire as yet, however, and it
will be several days before the
matches are completed and the
winning team announced.
All of the scores have been much
better than last year’s. By turn
ing in some exceptionally good
scores, the A. T. O.’s and Delts are
apparently holding the edge over
the other teams. Shoemaker, of
the veteran Delt team which won
the meet last year, has hung up
the best indiviual record so far
with 188 points out of a possible
The standing position is prov
ing to be the stumbling block for
most of the teams who have good
cards for the kneeling, sitting and
prone positions, but can not steady
down for the more difficult stand
ing shots.
11 ami hall Tournament
At Mens Gym Today
The first round of the handball
tournament which the law school
is sponsoring will take place today
at the men’s gym, according to
Los Johnson, who is managing the
The teams who will compete
are: Glenn Hughes and George
Aker, Bill Beatty and Bill Berg,
Starr Brooks and Walt Norblad,
Cliff Powers and Les Johnson, who
are the defending champions, and
Harvey Benson and Dave Bowman.
There will be a round robin
play-off and the three winning
groups will play for the champion
Sophs at Willamette
Have Class Sweaters
Willamette University, Oct. 22.
— (PIP) Sophomores of Willam
ette university recently proved
that they like to be different. In
stead of selecting the traditional
sophomore jacket or coat, they
chose a slip-on sweater in the class
colors of royal blue and white.
Then, according to custom, they
marched into chapel on the ap
pointed day and made themselves
known officially.
Russell’s Latest Book
On Seven-Day Shelf
Bertrand Russell’s latest book.
“Marriage and Morals,” will be
placed on the seven-day shelves of
the library today, it was an
nounced by Mrs. Mabel McClain,
circulation librarian.
The fact that Russell will be
in Portland this fall and might
visit the campus, is expected to
increase the demand for this vol
ume, which the author considers
is his major contribution on the
A Kick!
Our gas lias—and liovf it
■ makes the old Iieezie spurt
; down the laud for a win.
i “Give us a trial—
! You’ll come back.”
Oregon Service
For the
Close Personal Friend
Let ns finish one of those special
tinted portraits at a special price that
will please you.
: Romanc Studio
25 Frosh Pigskin
Pushers Will Get
Their Sweaters
Names of Recipients Given
Out by Coach Callison
At Practice
At the freshman football prac
tice last night Coach Prink Cal
lison announced the following men
would receive new jerseys: Sher
wood Billings, Bill Bowerman,
Fred Clift, Alvin Crockett, George
Currie, Red Decker, Steve Detmer,
Cliff Garnett, Johnny Hare, For
rest Howerton, Eernie Hughes,
Jack Hughes, Lester King, Robert
Larson, Wallace Laurance, Carson
Mathews, Cliff Moore, Bill 'Mor
gan, Leonard Rands, George Rob
ertson, Jack Rushlow, Dan Shee
hey, Homer Smith, A1 Stoehr, and
Don Watts. It will be from this
list that Callison will in all prob
ability pick the men to play
against the Washington Babes,
The scrimmage held Tuesday
night with the varsity reserves
was productive of the following
From the far east of the
Moslem world come these
native, hand-made leather
bags, coin purses, portfolios,
boxes and picture frames.
The Moors fashion these
artistically beautiful articles
from the best ‘’Moroccan
sheep and goat skins.
Attractive designs give
these leather pieces t h e
swagger that adds to what
ever they are to be added to.
Alladin Gift Shop
A Few Steps From Wil
lamette on West 10th
Even on a
What a Braeburn has
that an ordinary suit
hasn't is ... well... it's
what Buddy Rogers has
that a dummy hasn’t.
A forty dollar Brown
that just arrived will
perfectly illustrate our
with two trousers
$42.50 and $45.00
‘‘Young Men's Wear"
changes: Jack Hughes replaced
Homer Smith at guard, Dan Shee
hey replaced Cliff Garnett at
number two position in the back
field and Len Rands alternated
with George Currie at number one
back on the first lineup.
Just Like Your Mother !
Served at—
Colonial Theater Bldg.
I A Whistling
Tea Pot
ji, You may not believe it but it whistles when you pour out the
? tea, and with it comes a wee cup in which a little design
J appears when the beverage is poured in.
4 Then, too, we have many other clever and unusual things
•{< direct from the Orient, where they were personally selected
jj this summer by Mrs. Wheeler.
| Oriental Art Shop
Off the Lobby of the Engone Hotel
University men have very definite ideas
about style—so have we. Our idea is
theirs — they must have exactly what
they want to the last fraction of an inch
Copyright 1929 Hart Schaffner & Marx
We show this to illustrate the fact that
Hart Schaffner & Marx cover regularly
every university in America
And this store has the authentic Univer
sity style always—styles that are right in
every detail
The prices arc right too
and up
The new topcoats, suits and overcoats
are all here—Corona brown is the leading
color; Pyramid grey and Grenadier blue
are “runners-up”
Wade Bros.
873 Willamette St.