Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 11, 1939, Image 1

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TODAY’S EDITS:
They Come Back;
World at Large;
Church Column
NUMBER 33
In Last Home Game Today
These seniors will play their last home game on Hayward field
today when Oregon meets Oregon State. Above, left, is Bob Smith,
hard-running halfback. On the right is Frank Emmons, Webfoot full
back. The other Duck starters are Jim C'adenasso, center; Jay Gray
beal, halfback; C'ece Walden, right guard; and Ernie Robertson, left
guard.
Teams Poised for Grid Clash
Glidefest
On Tap
Tonight
Final Homecoming
Event to Feature
'Hot' Music Hour
Featuring a pleasant combina
tion of “remember when" Arrange
ments and modern swing, Leon
Mojica and his band tonight will
mark “finis” to the 1939 homecom
ing celebration when he takes the
spotlight honors for the student
alumni ball in the Igloo.
Opening feature of the evening
will be an hour “jive” Session ar
ranged especially for swing fans
by Mojica’s California band. The
special concert is slated to begin
at 8:30.
For those who like their dance
music in less animated form, regu
BULLETIN
Oregon’s entire football squad ■
will be admitted to the dance
free. A list of alf the players will
be posted at the entrance to the
Igloo, each member of the team
to be admitted upon reporting
there.
lar dancing will get under way at i
9:30, when the orchestra from San j
Francisco’s El Patio swings out j
with their special arrangements of
new and old numbers. ■._*
Remember'When
The “remember when” theme of
the dance will be carried out with
murals depicting a pictorial pan
orama of the outstanding mem
ories that any old grad might have
of college life . . . scenes from the
graveyard, the millrace, the library
steps, and other popular campus
spots. The background against
which the band leader will play is
to be a school house take-off.
Peldging of new men to Friars,
senior men’s honorary, will be out
standing feature of the evening.
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Turnbull
To Be Feted
By Honorary
Every Newspaper
Staff in the State
To Get Invitation
One of the University of Oregon
school of journalism’s supporters
for more than 22 years, Professor
George Turnbull, is to be honored
Saturday evening, December 2, by
a banquet to be given by Sigma
Delta Chi, men’s national journal
ism honorary, it was revealed Fri
day night i by George Pasero,
president
The occasion will be coincident
with publication of Professor
Turnbull’s new book, “History of
Oregon Newspapers,’’ on which he
has done research for the past 16
years. Invitations have been sent
to all newspaper staffs in the
state, and will be mailed shortly
to faculty members and other
friends of Mr. Turnbull.
Harris Ellsworth, editor and
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Three o'clock Club
Holds Weekly Meet
The Three o’clock club, Emer
ald workers' honorary, met last
night at 3 a.m. at the University
press.
A short business session was
followed by a banquet downtown.
Members present were: Hal Ol
,ney, Jack Buker, Tom Wright,
Kent Stitzer, Bernard Eng#l, Bill
Borthwick, Ken Christianson, Wes
Sullivan, Howard Caudle, Betty
Jane Thompson, Ray Schrick, Bob
i Nagel, and Lyle Nelson.
Won Top Spot in Sign Contest
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The Theta Chi entry, depicting hacking on the old library steps, won the annual Homecoming sign
contest. It was the third straight win for the Theta Chis.
Theta Chi Places First
Sign Contests
Model T Ford
Has Big Role
In Loud Rally
Two Time Winner
Displays Unique
Noise Talent
By NORMAN FOSTER
The King and Queen of Bedlam
was the title bestowed on Alpha
Xi Delta sorority <and Theta Chi
fraternity by noise parade judges
in recognition of the two living or
ganizations winning the 1939
homecoming parade last night.
This is the second consecutive time
that Theta Chi has won the tradi
tional pre-game rally parade.
Model T. Ford
The winning Theta Chi-Alpha Xi
Delta combination produced a
noise conglomeration resembling
the starting of an ancient Model T.
Ford on a cold winter morning.
The prize gaining float consisted of
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Best Sign Award
Found Missing
By Its 'Keepers’
Can anyone remember having
a silver loving cup hurled at
them during the week's civil war
of formats vs. informals for the
homecoming dance ?
The trophy given to the wom
en’s living organization for the
most attractive "remember
when” sign has been mislaid by
the homecoming committee.
It could have been thrown in
the waste paper basket along
with the pro and con petitions
the harrassed committee has de
cided, or maybe one of them was
forced to use it for a defense
weapon against some of the
Amazons who wanted .trailing
shirts Saturday evening. Or
maybe some house is still hoard
ing it from last year’s win.
Anyway, the committee sends
out a plea to the freshmen that,
as they scrape the tarnish from
the in-house trophies in prepar
ation for the alums, to keep a
watchful eye out for thus elu
sive loving cup.
Old Library
Sign Named
As Winner
Kappa Sigs, Delta
Upsilon, Sigma Chi,
Alpha Gams Place
Theta Chi for the third con
secutive year won the Homecom
ing sign contest. Alpha Gamma
Delta, Sigma Chi, Kappa Sigma,
and Delta Upsilon tied for second
place.
The theme of the Theta Chi
sign was “Hacking on the library
steps.” It consisted of a picture
of the old library with a fresh
man undergoing punishment from
the mechanical hand of a senior.
“Remember When”
The signs were based on this
year’s Homecoming theme, “Re
member When” and were to cost
no more than $15.
The judges for the event were
Prof. L. W. Hart of the art de
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Campus Honored by Noted Celebrities Today
By ELLIE ENGDAHL
Many prominent people from
the far corners of the state are in
Eugene for the weekend.
Heading the list of state offi
cials are Govefnor and Mrs.
Charles A. Sprague. Secretary of
State Earl Snell, State Treasurer
Walter E. Pearson, and State Su
perintendent of Schools Rex Put
nam are some more of the higher
state officials.
Of the members of the State
Board of Higher Education here
to gee the game are Willard L.
Marks, of Albany, who is presi
dent of the board; Robert W.
Ruhl, Medford; Edgar W. Smith,
Portland; Mrs. Beatrice Walton
! Sackett, Marshfield; and Mr. F. E.
Callister, Albany. Among former
members of the board are C. L.
Starr and C. C. Colt, of Portland,
and L. S. Finseth.
No U. S. Legislators
Among members of the legis
lature visiting the campus are
Walker, Independence; Angus
Gibson, Junction City; Carl Eng
dahl, Pendleton; Mrs. Hannah
Martin( Salem; Henry Semon,
Klamath Falls, and H. C. Wheeler,
Eugene.
Because of the failure of the
national congress to adjourn in
time, the United States senators
and representatives who were in
vited will be unable to come.
Dr. Walter Redford, president
of the Southern Oregon college of
education, and C. A. Howard, pres
ident of the Oregon college of ed
ucation at Monmouth will be pres
ent. President George W. Peavy
of Oregon State college will not
be present because of a recent ill
ness.
Carson to Visit
Mayor Joe Carson of Portland
will be another distinguished visi
tor. Several prominent Portland
newspaper men are also among
those present.
Beaver, Duck Moms and Pops
Ronald McCreight, president of
the University of Oregon Alumni
association; Lowell Stockman,
president of the Oregon State Al
umni association; Mrs. C. C. Win
termute, president of the U. of O.
Mother’s club; Loyal H. McCar
thy, president of the U. of O
Dad’s club; Mrs. Kester L. Men
denhall, president of the OSC
Mother's club; and G. H. Wisting,
retiring; president of the Oregon
State Dad's club, will represent
the various University and State
college organisations.
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Temple of
The Dalles will be on hand. Mark
will see the team play upon which
he became a star. He is now head
football coach at The Dalles high
school. Merle Chessman, editor of
the Astoria Budget, and Stanley
Church, representatives of radio
station KOIN, will see the teams
go a’feudin’.
Hawaii Represented
Perhaps one of the farthest
from-home alums will be Mrs.
Dorothy Anne Clark Townsend
from Honolulu, T. H. Ernest Hay
cox, graduate of the Oregon
school of journalism, and writer
of “Stagecoach” and “Southern
Pacific" for Hollywood pictures
and stories for Colliers will re
turn. Robert Orman Case, who
wrote "Golden Portage” and other
stories in the Saturday Evening
Post, will join Haycox,
‘Civil War* to Decide
Third Place Team
Oregon Out to Break Jinx of Three Years
Without a Score; Both Coaches Declare
Teams in Good Shape and Ready for Tilt
Today's Football Lineup
No. Name Weight Position Weight Name No.
42 Leovich. 195.LE.192 H. Harris.21
84 Sears . 198 LT 212 Stuart.10
48 Schultz . 222.LG.197 Robertson .... 24
69 Tsoutsouvas 215.C 192 Cadenasso .... 11
53 Younce 195 RG 198 Walden . 77
56 Jelsma ... 195.RT 209 Peters.36
64 Pena 180.RE.190 Reginato . 58
58 Peters . 190.QB. 190 Donovan (c) 78
82 Olson .167.LH.190 Graybeal — 80
52 Kohler. 175.RH.152 Smith.50
49 Kisselburgh 190. F 210 Emmons.38
OSC ROSTER
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24
25
26
28
29
32
34
35
36
38
39
42
Kohler, lh
Tomich, rh
Gray, lh
Detham, lh
McCalister, f
Conrad, lg
Hammers, re
Ferris, re
Sommerville, q
Peters, le
Carlson, q
Durdan, rh
Leovich, le
43
45
40
48
49
52
53
54
56
58
59
62
63
Busch, f
Dow, f
Pollard, lg
Shultz, lg
Kisselburgh, f
Kohler, M., rh
Younce, rg
Vandiver, le
Jelsma, rt
Peters, G„ q
Byington, rt
Copenhagen, rg
Halverson, c
G4
65
68
69
82
83
84
85
86
89
92
95
96
98
Pena, re
Czech, le
Hackenbruck, It
Tsoutsouvas, c
pison, lh
rritchett, c
Sears, It
Markman, lg
English, rg
Bailey, le
Saunders, rt
Greenough, c
Sterling, rt
Chaves, ra
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OREGON ROSTER
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12
14:
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
Stuart, t \
Cadenasso, c
Mabee, h
Harris, e
Haliski, f
Samuelson, c
Hendershott, t
Horne, e
Winetrout, t
Berry, h
Harris, e
Isberg, h
23
24
26
29
30
31
34
36
38
39
40
42
Regner, c
Robertson, g
Hawke, f
Davis, g
Passolt, g
Stenstrom, f
Anderson, h
Peters, t
Emmons, f
Fowler, f
Dyer, q
Surles, t
44 Nestor, g
"•MK5 McCudden, g
46 Reynolds, e
47 Wilson, c
49 Jacobsen, c
50 Segale, g
56 Smith, h
58 Reginato, e
67 Jensen, t
77 Walden, g
78 Donovan, q
80 Graybeal, h
By RAY FOSTER
Oregon vs. Oregon State for the championship of the north
west, for the titleholder of the state of Oregon, for third place
in the conference, and for the satisfaction of the “home town”
folks. This all will be settled at 2 o’clock this afternoon at Hay
ward field before 20,000 fans.
The Webfoots say they are ready, so do the Beavers. Both
coaches have expressed the idea that their teams are “set”
for the big game. The players feel it too. With both teams in a
confident mood, and only one winner, today 's game should be
a classic, the 43rd meeting since 1894.
Tex Oliver, Duck coach, said he felt that the boys were ready
to put un the best game of the season today. And whenever a
player was approached, his only answer would be a broad smile
and maybe the words, “we’re set.”
Staters In Good Condition
Lon Stiner, Beaver mentor, has said that he feels his team
is in good physical condition and is ready for the vaunted Ore
gon running and passing attack. And whenever a Beaver meets
a Duck on the gridiron, he has that air of confidence that cannot
be denied.
Oregon will be trying to break into the scoring column
against the Beavers for the first time in four years. Three years
running the final has read, 0 for the Duck. After making but
one touchdown a game for the first five games, Oregon opened
up last week to make six all at once against WSC. This high
scoring aggregation may continue to roll today.
Odds on the game favor neither team, a tossup. The Broad
way Bookies say 6 to 5 for the Webfoots. Of the other experts,
three say Oregon State and two vote for Oregon. Locally each
home town favors its own team, all bets even.
Oregon State will have six of its 11 players playing their
last season, and Oregon has 9 of their 11 playing their last game
before a local crowd. One of the best individual duels will be
between Seniors Jay Graybeal of Oregon, and Morrie Kohler,
OSC flashy half. Both are the spark of their teams.
“Left” Bob Smith, Oregon’s all-American candidate, will
perform for the last time on the turf of Hayward field. Working
alongside of him will be the fighting Irishman, Denny Donovan,
the unsung hero who calls the signals from his quarterback post,
and who gets his biggest thrill today, as the acting captain for
his team.
A three-year veteran, Vic Reginato, starts at right end for
the Ducks. Only other lineman to see action in most of his college
career opening the game is Cece Walden, the 213-pound bulwark
of the forward wall, at right guard. Ernie Robertson opens at
the other guard post.
“Cad” Cadenasso opposes a 215-pound stone wall in Johnny
Tsoutsouvas, commonly called “Choo, Choo.” Frank Emmons
at full has for his rival the best all-around player in the Beaver
backfield, Jim Kisselburgh. Jim does the kicking, passing, and %
| good deal of the running for his team.