Malcolm Eauer, Editor - - - Bob Avison, Ass’t Editor Don Olds, Dan Clark, George Jones, Julius Scruggs, Ted Blank, Emerson Stickles, Jack Miller, Tom Dimmick, Don Brooke, Randolph Pooley, Clair John son, Jim Quinn, Bill Aetzel Women's Sports Editor.Betty Shoemaker SPORTS THE athletic activities of the University of Oregon, its competitive teams and otherwise, should be the concern of each and every student on the campus. Keep abreast of the sport news of your University if you are not actively a participant. > VOLUME XXXV Page 4 Our Side of It By MALCOLM BAUER Dolts Offer Trophy to Winner of Donut Hoop Race; Who Will Give? TODAY is the day that all Pa cific coast gridiron fans have been waiting for. What a treat! Bill Spaulding ference team will see action today . . . action in a conference game. In Los Angeles, Berkeley, Corval lis, Moscow, and Seattle the pig skin will reign supreme, and the leaders will have ito be at their jbest. There’s not a set up in the * * * Hern’s how they line up: At Los Angeles. Oregon vs. U. C. L. A. At Berkeley. Southern Cal ifornia vs. California. At Corvallis. Oregon State vs. W. S. C. At Moscow. Idaho vs. Mon tana. At Seattle. Stanford vs. Washington. The dope favors the heavier Webfoots to continue in their vic tory march, and hand Bill Spauld ing’s Uclans a trimming at the Coliseum in Los Angeles. Feeling is high in the Bruin camp, and many Los Angeles fans are bet ting that Spaulding will win through the aerial route. The Ducks have pretty well mastered a tight pass defense in the past week's scrimmages, however, and it will be tough for the midgets, Frankovich and Livesay, to dupli cate their scoring plays of last year. The winner . . . Oregon, by an eye lash. The mighty Trojans again trek northward. This time only as far as Berkeley, to meet Bill Ingram’s Golden Bears. Southern Califor nia may be slipping, but the ex perts don’t think so. The dope fa vors the Thundering Herd to keep in the running for the national ti tle after a tough fight. Stanford's Indians will have their fingers crossed when they meet Washington’s Huskies in Seattle. It looks like a tough year for California teams in the north. With the breaks even, Phelan's machine should pull out ahead here. With their home team so far away, the eyes of local fans will probably turn to Corvallis where Lon Stiner’s giant killers will play hosts to Washington State's Cou gars. Both the Pullman and Cor vallis elevens rose to unexpected heights last week-end in turning back heavily favored southern op ponents, and each will have a job cut out for it in living up to its heard earned reputation. This tilt can go either way. * * * Idaho and Montana will meet on even terms in their tradidtional fracas. The loser, as things stand now, will be doomed to the inglor ious lower rung in the conference ladder, while the winner will re tain an outside chance to make a mark for itself in conference cir cles with a late season pick up. Both teams are composed of feath erweights, and aerial attacks are A F avorite Style with Oregon Co-eds This Model either in Grey or Black Suede COLLEGE BOOT SHOPPE Next door to Seymour's Ducklings, SONS Set For Grid Battle In Klamath Falls FroshWiJIBe Underdogs in Normal Game Fast Offensive Stressed By Irv Schulz Reserve Strength Will Be Given Attention; 28 Yearlings Make Trip KLAMATH B’ALLS, Ore., Oct. 27. (Special)—The University of Oregon freshman football team will enter the game here Saturday against the Southern Oregon Nor mal eleven the underdog. The Oregon yearlings' hopes for an up set rest mainly on a speedier of fense than was used by them against the Oregon State rooks two weeks ago. Predictions favoring the Sons are based on the showings of both teams against the rooks, the teachers winning 39 to 0 and the frosh winning 7 to 3. Hobson’s Son3 also have the advantage of having played in more games this season. The Ashland eleven lost its first contest 21 to 0 to the Oregon State varsity, and won the next two, defeating Pacific 19 to 0 and Monmouth Normal 12 to 7. Frosh Stress Speed Since the rook game the frosh have been working toward a speedier offense, the frosh-rook game being unusually slow for the "little civil war” series. Reserve strength has also been given con siderable attention by Coaches Irv Schulz and Bill Reinhart. Only 12 men were used against the rooks. The fro3h squad of 28 men, Coach Schulz, manager, trainer and graduate manager, arrived here tonight. The Southern teach ers will be here Saturday morn ing. The game will start at 2:15 p. m. on Modoc field. This is the first contest of this type \.p be held here, the affair be ing sponsored by the local junior chamber of commerce. Klamath county is holding a football week end, Klamath Falls high school playing tonight as a preliminary event. Lineups Given Probable starting lineups are: FROSH Pos. SONS Wilson .LER . Ayers Murray .LTR. Anderson Hardisty . LGR. McClain Farrar .C. Mahony Burchard .RGL. Patterson Bjork .RTL. Carter Cross .REL . Rassmussen Penn .Q. McAnich Borden .RHL. Brown Nye .LHR. Bradford Bishop .F. Lancaster Frosh substitutes include: Ad ams, end; Fury, McAdam, Vander Zander, tackles; Estes, Davis, guards; Berry, Cauller, centers; Owen, quarterback; Hamaker, Shininger, ltix, Sprague, half backs; Jacobs, Konopka, fullbacks. In the Sons' lineup, Beach may play part of the game at fullback in place of Lancaster. being planned by both Leo Calland, Vandal mentor, and Bunny Oakes, headman for the Grizzlies. Montana should win with a su perior offensive. Just how will this five-ring cir cus effect the present conference standings ? Here’s how they look this morning: Oregon Stanford i. s. c. Oregon State California Washington W. s. 0. V. C. L. A. Idaho ... . Montana W. X. T. 2 0 0 too l 0 1 ...l 0 1 0 0 1 1 1 0 .1 l 1 0 l 0 0 2 0 0 2 0 Calling Oregon State and the Cougars for a tie at Corvallis, this is how things will probably stand tonight: But, then again, the shuffle might come out with different cards. Moves to Portland Mrs. Vinton Hall, formerly Janet Thacher, daughter of Prof and Mrs. \V. R G. Thacher, and baby | son have moved to Portland to join her husband. Mrs. Hall has been residing at the home of her par-; ents since the birth of her son. Vinton Hall is a former edidtor] of t he Emerald, and now holds a! position with the Oregonian. Stanford YV. S. C. California Montana l). C. L. A Ida ho Oregon State Washington YV. L. T. 8 0 0 2 0 t 1 0 2 2 10 l 1 0 ...1 1 2 0 1 1 0 2 0 l 2 0 0 3 0 rrYou Can Be Had” That's what Oregon’s Webfoots will chant to these defenders of the University of California at Los Angeles as they prepare for their battle today in the Los Angeles Coliseum. Above, about to toss a forward pass, is Mike Frankovich, quarter!) irk, the Bruin whose last-second pass spelled defeat for the Webfoots last year at Portland. On the right, top to bottom, Ernie Patterson, fullback; Walter Muller, right end; and Charles Chesire, halfback, (’desire is the newest Bruin ball-carrying sensation. In the lower left hand corner are Clayton Yearick, right tackle, and Verdi Boyer, left guard. Nation’s Grid Fans to See Many Important Tilts Today c s d Thousands of fans throughout the states will flock to the various college stadiums to watch the leading elevens of the country go through their weekly gridiron bat tles. The feature game of the west coast will be played in Berkeley when Bill Ingram’s Golden Bears play host to El Trojan from Southern California. The “Thun dering Herd" was held to a score less tie last week by the Oregon Aggies for the first time in 20 starts and are out for revenge. The Jonesmen are favorites to take tlie ex-sailor’s eleven. Other west coast games to day are Oregon and U. C. L. A. at Los Angeles, Oregon State vs. Washington State at Corvallis, Montana vs. Idaho at Moscow, Gonzaga and U. S. F. at San Francisco, Stanford vs. Washing ton at Seattle, Denver vs. Colo rado college at Denver, Wyoming vs. Colorado at Laramie, Utah vs. Utah Aggies at Salt Lake. Oregon is a slight favorite to take the Westwood gridders. The O. S. C.-W. S. C. confab is a toss up, with the Pullman lads a slight favorite. Idaho is picked to out score the Missoula boys. Either team is likely to come out ahead in the U. S. F.-Gonzaga tilt. Jim my Phelan picks Stanford to take his Huskies. Denver, Colorado and Utah are the Rocky mountain favorites. Here’s how the country's ex perts pick the headliners in the east and middle west: N. Y. U. vs. Georgia The lat ter slated to win. Duke vs. Kentucky Again the latter. Vanderbilt vs. L. S. U.—Louisi ana on top. Florida vs. Tennessee- Ten for Tennessee. Michigan State vs. Syracuse The Staters. Purdue vs. Wisconsin “Doc's" boys are weak. Notre Dame vs. Pittsburgh Notre Dame makes a comeback. Northwestern vs. Ohio State Hanley's men should win. Michigan vs. Chicago—It’s a ! j breather for Michigan. I j. Minnesota vs. Iowa- Probably the Swedes, start digging. Tulane vs. Auburn Hitchcock is gone and so is Auburn. Georgia Tech vs. North Caro i lina Easy for Tech. Army vs. Yale—The army will pick the lock. Fordham vs. Alabama — Ford ham will ram Alabama. Columbia vs. Penn State—Co lumbia in a walk. Harvard vs. Dartmouth The Cambridge eleven in a close one. DUCKS, BRUINS READY FOR GRID TILT TODAY (Continued from Page One) j ends, Spaulding’s passing attack 1 may prove to be fatal to the 1 Ducks, whose weakness on pass! j defense was noticeable in the i Idaho game. The game is scheduled to start at 2:15 and will be broadcast by ! KGW. The probable starting lineups: Oregon Pos. U. C. L. A. Morse .LER. Maxwell Frye .DTK. Y enrich Clark LGR. Storey j Hughes .C. Nordli j Cuppoletti .RGL. Boyer i Eagle .RTL. Mogue Pozzo .REL. Muller Parke .Q. Frankovich I Gee .LHR. Livesay Temple .R1IL... Cheshire Mikulak F. Keeble C' none o\v>eucfcNti own ■ O L O N I A I - II v fcr AiPQi kr TWO < SHOWS X TOXUi HT—SAT l’ R1) A Y l.ee Tracy ‘The Nuisance’ - Pills - 1 Love that Man’ I with Edmund Lowe Guild Hall Entertains Plans have been made for the uild Hall players to present their icond C.C.C. entertainment Mon ay evening at the Brice Creek amp at Rajada. The same farce dat was given at Oakridge will e used in this instance. -«-— “Patronize Emerald advertisers.’ St. Mary’s Hands Nevada Invaders 61 to 0 Drubbing Mora sans Run Wild Over Team From Reno; Touchdowns Made at Will j KEZAR STADIUM, San Fran j cisco, Oct. 27.— (Special)—St. Mary’s steam r ol 1 e r eleven trounced an overrated Nevada team tonight 61-0 in a game which saw the Gaels completely outplay ing their weaker rivals from the opening kickoff. The Wolves .showed none of the power that characterized their w i n some I weeks ago over S. F. U. and the small crowd that witnessed yes terday’s skirmish were content to sit back and watch Coach Madi gan’s second and third string play most of the game. Women’s Athletics Ey BETTY SHOEMAKER _ Open Hour at the women’s swimming pool has been extended from 4 to 5:30 p. m., giving those who desire to take advantage of this opportunity an extra half hour. Towels and suits are fur nished. Recreation Hour was held yes terday at the women’s gym at 4 p. m. Badminton, volleyball, swim ming and ping pong were offered. Exploration hike this afternoon. | All .those who wish to go are I asked to meet in front of Gerlin I ger hall at 1:30. Business Matters Of Independents To Be Discussed Unaffiliated University Women to Talk Name, Constitution At Monday Meet A name, a constitution, and the r appointment of committee heads will be the important busines^ matters to be brought up Monday night at 7:30 before a meeting of all unaffiliated University women in the women’s lounge of the Ger linger building. Several campus projects in which the organization may take part will also be discussed, Mar gery Thayer, president of the group, said yesterday. Even be fore the organization was per fected, a team of independent wo men was playing intramural vol leyball. An informal, no-date dance proposed by the Yeomen, 12:30-CONTINUOUS-11:30 WaKHEaRSBHHBLAST TIMES TON’IOHTHBH^H Alice Bracly — Frank Morgan — Madge Evans in “Broadway To Hollywood” - Plus - WARNER OLAND — HEATHER ANGEL in “CHARLIE CHAN’S GREATEST CASE” —i— SUNDAY: STAR-SPANGLED DOUBLE BILL I \ Da ring pionet-r of tlu> skies . . J straining to reach the woman who waits! ! v John BARRYMORE Lionel BARRYMORE HELEN H A Y S CLARK GABLE Robt.MONTGOMERY MYRNA LOY HIT NO. 2 ’MEMBER—LIBBY HOLMAN? i piir- ■ in New York! The Most Loved Woman V The Worst Woman . in America! m ll r to i Claudette Colbert TORCH SIRGER i A Par omount ftctvr# f RICARDO CORTEZ DAVID MArWERS. LYDA ROBERTI and BABY LiROY Ik. Milligan Opposes Prescott in Golf Finals Tomorrow Playing against a man for whom he formerly caddied, Sid Milligan, campus golf luminary, will oppose Bert Prescott, Eugene business man, Sunday morning at 9:30. The match, which will be played on the Laureiwood course, is the final one of the annual City Golf tournament. Milligan will be de fending the crown he now holds while Prescott, a former title holder, fights to regain it. Both men have waded through strong opposition to enter the fi nals. Milligan defeated Don Olsen and Prescott downed Phil Mulder in the semi-final bracket in two close games. University High Falls Before Fast Eugene Gridders Led by Leonard Brown, the light Eugene high squad com pletely routed the favored Golden Tide of University high in their annual game at Hayward field last night. The final score was 26-6 in favor of Kramer's eleven. Pushing over two touchdowns in the first few minutes of play, the Purple horde had the heavier cam pus men at their mercy the rest of the evening. Kramer’s men showed a flashy offensive with Brown running wild for good gains and crashing over for three of their touchdowns. Perkins made the other. The University high men fought hard all during the contest but could not seem to stop the hard driving Brown on his off-tackle slants. During the second quarter it looked like anybody’s game but the Purple came back strong after the half. The score by quarters: Elugene .13 0 6 7—26 University . 0 6 0 0— 6 independent men’s organization, will also be brought up. A list of all independent women on the campus is being compiled by Miss Thayer. The task of con tacting everyone, of course, would be very difficult, so she is urging all unaffiliated women who read this story to come and to bring others they know with them. ; “Patronize Emerald advertisers.” Phi Delts Lose To Sigma Nil In Fast Game Yeomen Advance by Win Over Theta Chi Beta Theta Pi Takes Uninteresting Tilt From Belts; “B” League Starts Monday 1 Monday’s “B” Basketball.... Schedule 4:00 Alpha Tau Omega vs. Beta Theta Pi. 4:40 Phi Sigma Kappa vs. Chi Psi. 5:20 Sigma Alpha Epsilon vs. Delta Tau Delta. A Sigma Nu basketball team that just couldn't be beaten, over powered an equally strong Phi Delt quintet by a 16 to 14 count in the feature game on yesterday’s donut slate. With just three min utes to go, Phi Delta Theta held a 14 to 10 lead, but three timely goals from the field cinched the victory for Sigma Nu. Kelly, mid get southpaw forward for Sigma Nu, tossed the deciding basket with just seconds to go. Beta Theta Pi took a 17 to 5 de cision from Delta Tau Delta in a very dull and uninteresting game. “Wee Willie” Jones, giant center who starred with Ashland normal last year was decidedly off form, but the Betas managed to pull through with a win. The Yeomen hoop artists took a clean-cut victory from Theta Chi in the final game on yesterday af ternoon’s schedule. The indepen dents played a consistent brand of ball, and appeared to have another strong team this year. Eugene Rebekali Lodge To Hold Student’s Night The Eugene Rebekah lodge is having students’ night at its meet ing next Wednesday evening, and all students who are members of ^ a Rebekah lodge are invited to attend. After a short business session at 1:30 p. m., there will be a pro gram to be followed by dancing and cards. If any student Rebekahs wish ing to attend will telephone to Norah Starr at 1185, or Myrtle McAlpin at 2000, a car will call for them. “Patronize Emerald advertisers." "Eugene’s Own Store” McMorran & Washburne MERCHANDISE OF MERIT ONLY -PHONE 2700 Sale! BIG NEW SHIPMENT Fall Shoes NEW KID AND SUEDE TIES AND PUMPS IN BLACK AND BROWN - - - EXTRAORDINARY VALUES $2.89 kAlso 5 Styles in Vitality Shoes—Regularly ' $6.75 Values at .. lAnd 5 Styles in Red Cross Shoes $7.50—Values at . $4.95 Regularly I LUMBER ! I PLYWOOD ! WALL BOARD j I Phone 1059 I Midgley Planing Mill Co. j 4th and High St.