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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1938)
Colwell, Johns Are
New PE Instructors
Announcement of two changes
in the Oregon Physical Education
staff were released through the PE
offices yesterday. H. S. "Mike”
Hoyman, varsity swimming coach,
will be missing from the staff and
will be replaced by Ned B. Johns
from Palo Alto High School in Palo
The other additions to the staff
will be F. Herbert Colwell, Univer
sity of Washington graduate, who
comes to Oregon from Port Towns
end, Washington. He will take the
place of Jim Wilkinson, who re
ceived an appointment to Toppenish
High School in Toppenish, Wash
Few Patients Listed
As Infirmary Opens
Although early fall colds may
have been predominant this year
the students evidently have been
"doctoring” them up at home, for
the infirmary has only a few pa
tients registered at the present
The following are listed: Majory
Isler, Gerald Good, Hugh J. Crocker,
W. C. Smallwood, Rudolph King,
A display of Mexican souvenirs,
including scarfs, jackets, baskets,
hand-painted boxes and household
utensils, may be seen this week in
the main reserve of the library. All
articles were loaned to the library
by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Tupling,
who made a honeymoon tour of
Mexico this summer.
for the game
75c - $1.00
(order early . . . supply
Across from Sigma Chi
EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT
Music by Your Favorite Dance
Sat., Oct. 1—Carl Rooen’s
Sat., Oct. 8—Maurie Binford’s
Always "Smoky” Whitfield
Master of Ceremonies
the Ore.-UCLA Game
Stop at the sign of the Neon Windmill.
Just 1 mile south on Highway 99.
Sixteen of Nineteen
Applicants Pass Bar
Exa mThis Summer
The University’s law school
graduates who took the bar exam
at Salem this summer came
through with a good rating as a
group, Wayne L. Morse, dean of
the school said lately. Sixteen of
the nineteen University graduates
were admitted to the Oregon state
As one other graduate passed
the Washington tests this puts the
rate of bar admittance for Ore
gon graduates at about 85 per cent
of the 1938 class, Morse claimed.
Four of five students who were
not granted degrees also passed.
University law students ranked
higher than the general average
since 22 of the 44 admitted studied
here, he said.
The former students are C. E.
Wheelock, William K. Shepherd.
Nathan Cohen, Herbert B. Galton,
Edward McKeon, Ercel L. King,
Charles H. McGirr, Jr., Edwin O.
Rausep, all of Portland; Fred B.
Hammond, Jr., and Norman K.
Winslow, Salem; Sidney A. Milli
gan, George Neuner, and William
E. Dougherty, Eugene; Andrew J.
Newhouse, Broadbent; Tall ant
Greenough, Coquille; Harrison R.
Winston, Roseburg; David C. Sil
ven, Baker; Kenneth R. Schramm,
Milwaukee; Robert M. Mulvey,
Oregon City; Willard Mclnturff,
Marshfield; and Dick B. Miller,
: Klamath Falls.
(Continued jrom page two)
Oliver, watching Bill Hawke, for
| mer end, work at his new position,
i quarterback, declared that Hawke’s
shift would possibly be permanent.
Almost four sets of backs worked
for the Webfoots in Thursday’s ses
sion. Jay Graybeal, Jimmy Nichol
son, Steve Anderson, and Duke
Hankinson worked at left halfback;
Leonard Isberg, Dave Gammon,
and Ted Gebhardt divided duty at
right half; Nilsen, Chet Haliski,
j Denny Donovan and Bill Hawke
, called signals, and at fullback were
Frank Emmons, Marshall Sten
strom, and Smith.
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Banner Year, Says
Colonel R. M. Lyon
Prospects for a banner year in
the University R.O.T.C. unit, look
, exceedingly bright, according to
j military head, Colonel Robert M.
i Lyon, after the first drill session
of the term had been held Wednes
New uniforms have been ordered 1
for junior and senior officers, while
> new type hats with black piping
| around the edges have been issued
to sophomores and freshmen. Uni-'
forms will be worn each Wednesday
at drill or when otherwise specified I
by the military staff.
Colonel Lyon, who is starting his '■
first year as the University R.O.T.C.
head, was ‘impressed by the officers I
who had attended summer camp at :
Vancouver, Wash. These advanced !
men will make a capable staff for
the coming year, Colonel Lyon said.
(Continued from page two)
debut by a dewey field and a slip
pery white night ball.
Left ends: Joe Brown, Don Mc
Pherson, James Mitchell.
Left tackles: C. M. Wyrick, Er
nest Hill, Del Lyman.
Left guards: George Pfeiffer,
John Frawley, John Zaby.
Centers: John Ryland, Sherman
Phinny, Martin Matheson.
Right guards: Jack Sommers,
Right tackles: Mladin Zarubica,
Brewster Broadwell, Eugene Alder.
Right end: Woodrow Strode, Rob
Quarterbacks: Co-Captain Hal
Hirshon, Ned Mathews, Jack Mont
gomery, John Baida, Norman Padg
ett, Francis Wai.
Left halves: Kenneth Washing
ton, Charles Fenenbock, Izzy Can
Right halves: Dale Gilmore,
Merle Harris, Gordon Mollett.
Fullbacks: Warren Haslam, Bill
Overlin, Bus Sutherland, Don
(Continued front page two)
but develop a feeling of confidence
in that atmosphere.
Besides working the Webfoots
overtime under the lights this week
in preparation for Saturday’s clash,
Coach Oliver did two other notable
Immediately following the Cou
gar game, Bob Smith, Oregon’s 192
pound right half, was switched to
fullback. . . . Smith apparently
“took” at the new position as he’s
been working there tliis week be
sides doing the usual left-handed
In the temporary absence of Hank
Nilsen, who suffered a minor con
cussion last Saturday, Bill Hawke,1
sophomore end candidate, was shift
ed to blocking quarterback.
* * * /
From Portland . . . “University of
Oregon’s brilliant 10 to 2 win over
Washington State College won it
acclaim as western football's ‘team
of the week’ on ‘Touchdown Pa
rade,’ KEX feature.’’
“Play of the week’’ was Fullback |
Frank Emmons’ startling 65-yard
touchdown gallop early in the WSC
game . . . Emmons, the Beaverton
Buster, incidentally twas a 10-sec
ond man in high school and simply
ran away from Washington State’s !
so-called speediest men.
* * *
Bill Spaulding is “the coach with
out a system.” He is said to mix
’em up, using a little Warner, a
little Notre Dame, and a little of
what-have-you ... in other words,
he and the Uelans are unpredict
Some dope on UCLA . . . Gordon
Mollett, reserve right half, is a
sprinter of note ... he did a 9.7 in
the 100 last spring . . . “the most
underrated center on the coast” is
supposed to he Bruin Johnny Ryan
. . . Woodrow Strode, giant negro
end, UCLA’s best pass receiver, is
rated high in the decathlon.
Warren Haslam is rated UCLA’s
best short passer ... a high scorer
in prep football in 1936 . . . sports
writers coming north- with the
Bruins are Sid Ziff, Herald-Ex
press; Charles Genuit, Evening
News; Ken Frogley, Morning News;
Max Stiles, Examiner; Frank Finch,
Times . . . the Hayward field press
box will be crammed Saturday
with over 10 scouts and scribes.
FOR SALE: Royal Typewriter in
good shape. $25.00. Phone
BOOKS WANTED: Principles of
Business Law, Dillarons, How
ard; Intermediate Acc't, Vol. 1,
Finney; Practical Business Sta
tistics, Croxton, Cowden, Pear
son. Phone 2669-W.
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month. 1315 E. 13th. Ideal lo
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ROOM AND BOARD: For men.
Wholesome home cooking. Fur
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FOR SALE: Fuller Brushes.
There will be a mixed social swim
tonight in the women's pool in Ger
linger hall at 7:30. Suits and tow
els provided at no expense. Fresh
man men and women are especial
ly invited to attend.
A pen, lost during registration,
is being held in the office of Mrs.
Alice B. Macduff, assistant dean of
women. The owner may claim it by
Open house and fireside at Wes
ley house, 1284 East 13th, tonight
Theta Sigma Phi, women’s jour
nalistic honorary, will meet Tues
day at 7 p.m. in room 105, Jour
nalism. All members and spring
term pledges are requested to be
Open house at Westminster
house, 1414 Kincaid, tonight from 8
to 11:30 o'clock.
STUDENTS AT U. C.
Two of the University of Oregon
teachers are now attending the Uni
versity of California at Berkeley,
Jack Huggens and Helen Soehren.
Other Oregon students at Berkeley
are Barry Baker, Patsy Warren,
Marilyn Dudley and Muriel Hor
ner. They wrote asking that the
Emerald be sent to them.
Kenneth Gillanders, graduate as
sistant in the school of business ad
ministration last year at the Uni
versity of Oregon, has accepted a
position as accountant with hit
field Stratford and Company in
Portland, according to Miss Ruth
May Chilcote, secretary of the
school of business administration.
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At Hands of WPA
A check room, in which visitors
may leave coats, books, or other
personal property while in the li
brary, will be offered for the use of
students and all patrons of the Uni
versity of Oregon library starting
Monday, October 3. M. H. Doug
lass, librarian, announced yester
The room, which is located in a
short hall just off the east'end of
the main corridor, is number 155.
An attendant will be in charge all
hours that the library is open.
The book mending department
will shortly be moved into this
room, also, Mr. Douglass announced.
Users of the library are asked espe
cially to leave wet coats, umbrel
las, and other articles which might
soil library furniture in the room.
Mrs. May Miller, whose husband
was dean of the law school on the
University campus a decade ago,
is having her first book published
this month by Alfred A. Knopf.
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