Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 25, 1941, Page Nine, Image 9

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Coast Foeth! I Gets Highlighting
Over Season’s First Weekend
Peeping through the knotholes in the high green walls sur
rounding Hayward field you’ll see some real versatility that's
nearly bound to drop Clark Shanhessy’s skylarking T-formation
out of the football market. It would be a dirty shame for Oregon
to lose. Our boys can do everything—run, punt, pass, block,
tackle, drink, euss. Why, there isn’t a thing they can’t do.
We aren’t Monday morning quarterbacks ourselves, of course. As
a matter of fact, we have never known anyone to blush modestly
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Latest addition to the Oregon coaching statf is Mannie Vezie, one time Notre Dame football star
under Knute Rockne. At present Vezie, an experienced end himself, is tutoring the Duck wingmen.
Ruling Halts Sale
Of '45 Glass Cards
Class cards for the class of ’45
will not be sold at registration
tables Friday, and - Saturday, of
ficials in the educational activ
ities office revealed Thursday.
Until the class has adopted by
laws it will not be known wheth
er or not it will be necessary to
possess a class card for class
Cards for membership in the
junior and senior classes will cost
10 cents this year, as a result of
rulings made by the two classes
at meetings last year. Sophomore
class cards, however, will still
cost 50 cents.
^ Whether or not the class of ’45
"will adopt by-laws containing a
provision for class cards, is a
matter of speculation this week
in campus political circles. Po
litically minded students recall
the loud-voiced objection raised
by members of last year’s fresh
man class over the card question
which caused a rift in the class,
and kept things political in an
upheaval all year.
Mrs. Ralpha Coffey
Will Visit Campus
Mrs. Ralph Coffey of Oakland,
first national vice-president of
Alpha Xi Delta, will visit at the
local chapter house for several
days this week.
A dinner will ba held in her
honor tonight with Mrs. Hazel P.
Schwering, dean of women; Mrs.
Alice B. Macduff, assistant dean,
and Panhellenic officers present.
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Remember her with flowers from
Eugene’s Flower Home
Corsages our specialty
5S8 E. 13th Street Phone 654
Member of Florist Telegraph Delivery
Bacot to Direct YM
As Exec-Secretary
Dan Bacot, elected spring term
as president of the University
Y. M. C. A., has been appointed
executive secretary of the cam
pus Y on a part-time basis, since
the resignation of Paul Sutley,
last year’s executive secretary.
A senior in sociology, Bacot
was active in working with the
organization last year. This year
he plans a new hospitality pro
gram for the campus Y, the de
tails of which will be announced
soon. Before coming to the Uni
versity at the beginning of his
junior year he attended the Vir
ginia Polytechnic Institute in
Blacksburg, Va.
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and say, "Do you know, I m a
Monday morning quarterback!”
But it's really the spirited thing.
There’s hardly a man in the NEA
who wouldn’t put his bottom dol
lar on the Reds, but we’re willing
to give Tex Oliver an even chance
for a whiff at the rose-scented
gridiron of Pasadena.
And there will be other n:g
games Saturday—worth hanging
out flags for. Minnesota at Se
attle: Washington looks superb in
the newsreels, fast and light with
plenty of the old Phelan influence.
Minnesota appears heavy, and ter
rific with a long line of reserves.
Crystal-balling to the contrary,
this game should be a tossup.
Oregon State goes south to sit
in the sun with the Howard Jones
less Southern Cal Trojans. The
Beavers prevail as a mystery,
getting a good dose of underrat
ing from the scribes, but up there
on the curving banks of the chop
py Willamette, Lon Stiner has a
thing or two on his mind. He has
lots of material—enough for two
alternating first strings and an
excess for reserves.
California still has her Rein
hards and Jurkovichs and the
usual slow-breuk schedule. If
pre-season prognostications go
wrong, as pre-season prognos
tications would and often do,
may the bells of St. Mary’s
ring long and loud. The INS
picking department has Cali
fornia listed at the top of some
90 big-namc teams.
Washington State and UCLA
play Friday night under the kleig
lights of the Memorial Coliseum
in a game bringing the least con
cern, but if the Bruins win they’ll
rate a front page story in any pa
per. Both teams wallowed in the
second division last year; and
with the draft going full blast
they’ve few specialties. Bill Se
well, with enough supporting
strength, should bring another
All-America label back to Pull
Idaho-Utah at Moscow, as
you’ve heard ten times now, will
be a nice game in anybody’s
language. Francis Schmidt isn’t
any too sure he has one of the
dream teams he had back at Ohio
State, but there’s a lot more op
timism at Idaho since Ted Bank
got his walking papers.
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