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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 23, 1946)
Says LJO Alumnae
A phone call received last night
at the University press, just as The
Emerald was ready to roll, pre
dicted a dire fate for Puddles, the
erstwhile snowy white duck mas
cot. The Portland call, from a wo
man who said she was a University
graduate and a loyal alumnae, told
The Emerald that Puddles had been
kept in McMinnville since its per
fidious removal from Eugene by
the northern branch and that tlie
duck would appear at the half,
painted in the Aggies orange and
Puddles, a self-respecting Oregon
rooter, was spirited away from his
master, Jim McElintock, early this
Nylon Hose Thief
Caught in Portland
PORTLAND, Nov. 22 — (API
Six thousand pair of nylon stock
ings led today to the arrest of a
man who had recently opened
stocking stores in Portland and
James Purcell, chief of detec
tives, identified the man as Jo
seph Lewis MansoUr, 2G, indicted
by a Multnomah county grand jury
on a charge of grand larceny.
Purcell said the 0000 pair of
stockings arrvied here by air from
New York Aug. 3, consigned to
Harry Bernow. Purcell said they
were picked up by another man
and wound up in Mansour’s posses
sion. Purcell said Mansour refused
lo answer questions, and in the
meanwhile police are looking for
Bernow, in whose behalf a suit was
filed against the air line that car
ried the hose. The suit charges
Bernow never received his ship
boat owners register
CORVALLIS, Nov. 22 (AP)
in precaution against possible fu
ture floods, the Benton county Red
Cross chapter today asked al'l
power boat owners to register their
boats for emergency use.
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slam-bang type of ball player, hits
like a lolling piece of pig-iron.
There are slap-happy athletes all
over the Pacific Coast who will tell
you they collided with Iversen as
he was clearing the way for the
smaller guys lugging the mail.
At fullback will be Bob Koch,
whose punting lias placed him in
a class with the nation’s best.
At right halfback it will be
Sam Kainey, George Bell, or
Walt Donovan—with Kainey hav
ing the edge for a starting po
To spell Leicht at left halfback
Oliver can insert Jim Newquist or
Bobby Reynolds. Newquist, a ver
satile, hard-running back can
handle any backfield chore. Rey
nold's, the trickiest runner on the
Webfoot squad, has performed bril
liantly as a spot-player.
In the Duck forward wall as
starters will be Hymie Harris and
Wayne Bartholemy at ends, Don
Stanton, and either Cliff Giffin, or
Chuck Elliott at tackles, Ted Me
land and Bill Murphy at guards, and
[ Brad Ecklund at center.
FRIDAY & SATURDAY NIGHTS
DANCING STARTS AT 9 P.M.
MUSIC BY ART HOLMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA
For Table Reservations—Springfield 326
Saddle horses for hire. English or western instruc
tions. Classes Monday and Wednesday evenings.
Private lessons in the afternoon.
Horses boarded and trained.
Stop in any time at
the barn at the south side of the
indoor riding ring at Eugene fairgrounds.
LEE AND IVY WHARTON
The Fairgrounds. Phone 5987-J.
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