Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 16, 1929, Page 3, Image 3

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They are back home again. Friends, fraternity brothers, sorority sisters, all awaiting your outstretched hand . ..
ready for greetings . . . ready to relate experiences . . . the good old fashioned “bull-fest” . . . and what a happy
celebration that will be. Are you prepared to greet them royally? Dress up your home *. . fill up your kitchen.
Come to the shops listed below and make your preparations for their home-coming! It will be a gala week-end,
so spare no expense to make your party a happy and successful one.
Program of Events
Saturday, November 16
8:00 A. M. Registration of alumni, Lobby of John
son Hall.
9:30 A. M. Alumni Convention, Guild Hall.
10:30 A. M. Alumni Meeting, Guild Hall.
1 1:00 A. M. Homecoming Luncheon, at McArthur
1:30 P. M. Football, Oregon vs. Oregon Aggies, at
Hayward Field.
8:30 P. M. Alumni Reception, Alumni Half (Mur
ray Warner Fine Arts Museum Open
8:30 to 9:30.)
9:30 P. M. Homecoming Dances—Junior and Under
class Dance, McArthur Court; Senior
and Alumni Dance, Gerlinger Hall.
Sunday, November 17
4:00 P. M. Homecoming Vesper Service, Music Au
Homecoming! There never was a more joyous or hap
pier time. All the cares and worrying of the “cruel, old
world” disappear mgically and everyone is young again,
cutting capers, yelling, and "horsing around" in general.
Gee, but it’s great sport to come back again to the old
Alma Mater and re-live some of those inimitable experi
ences known only to college and college students. And
the game with O. S. C., with both teams evenly matched,
and the entire student body of both schools present to
back up their respective teams . . . with the grandstands
gay with bright colors and yellow chrysanthemums . • .
there never was such a time! The Eugene merchants are
all behind you, and are betting on the wonderful Oregon
team to give O. S. C. the trimming they deserve. Don’t
believe that most of us won’t be at the game today our
selves, and won’t be going home hoarse from yelling for
the Lemon Yellow and the Green!
Jennings & Co., Auto Repair
Seven Oak Service Station
Graham’s Shoe Store
Manireud & Huntington
Northwest Cities Gas Co.
Rainier Coal Co.
715 Oak
l 1 th and Oak
828 Willamette
Oak and 10th
881 Oak
69 Broadway; Phone 41 2
Otto’s Candy Shop 705 Willamette
“Buy your candy at a candy store”
Welcome! The "O” Lunch 829 13th East
Paul D. Green’s 193 19th East
The Green Parrot 780 East 1 1 th
“Next to the Colonial Theatre”
1 1. Manhattan Cafe
12. Tiffany-Davis Drug Co.
1 3. Williams’ Self-Service Stores
14. Dr. Royal Glick
1 3. Broadway, Inc.
16. Kafouries Ready-to-Wear
1 7. Laraway’s Jewelry Store
18. Lee Dukes Restaurant
19. J. C. Penney Co.
20. Office Machinery & Supply Co.
21. Walora Candies
685 Willamette
797 Willamette
77 East Broadway
921 Willamette
30 East Broadway
885 Willamette
845 Willamette
942 Willamette
1047 Willamette
851 East 13th