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  2. Eugene - Wikipedia

    Wendell Eugene (1923–2017), American jazz musician; Places Canada. Mount Eugene, in Nunavut; the highest mountain of the United States Range on Ellesmere Island; United States. Eugene, Oregon, a city Eugene, OR Metropolitan Statistical Area; Eugene (Amtrak station) Eugene Apartments, NRHP-listed apartment complex in Portland, Oregon

  3. Eugene Emeralds - Wikipedia

    In 1950 and 1951, Bethel Park was the home of the Eugene Larks of the Class D Far West League; its outfield is present-day Lark Park. Its final game in 1968 on August 29 drew 897 fans for a one-hitter and a 7-0 Emeralds win. The NWL changed to a short season league in 1966, and that season opened in Eugene against the Lewiston Broncs.

  4. Oregon Route 126 - Wikipedia

    Interstate 105 Location Eugene, Oregon In east Springfield lies the eastern terminus of Eugene-Springfield Highway No. 227 (see Oregon highways and routes), an east-west freeway through the Eugene-Springfield metropolitan area. OR 126 is routed along this freeway for its entire length. West of the I-5 interchange, the freeway is also designated as I-105', a spur of I-5. At this point, I-105 ...

  5. University of Oregon - Wikipedia

    The University of Oregon (UO, U of O or Oregon) is a public flagship research university in Eugene, Oregon. Founded in 1876, the institution's 295-acre campus is situated along the Willamette River. Since July 2014, UO has been governed by the Board of Trustees of the University of Oregon.

  6. Oregon Track Club - Wikipedia

    The Oregon Track Club (OTC) is an American running organization based in Eugene, Oregon. The OTC has gone through several distinct changes since forming over 50 years ago. The OTC has gone through several distinct changes since forming over 50 years ago.

  7. Pleasant Hill, Oregon - Wikipedia,_Oregon

    Also in the party was Eugene Skinner, Captain Felix Scott, and William Dodson. Dodson and Scott took up adjacent claims, Dodson to the southeast and Scott to the west of Bristow's claim. Scott later abandoned and claimed opposite the mouth of the Mohawk River, some 7 miles (11 km) north of his previous claim.

  8. McArthur Court - Wikipedia

    McArthur Court is a basketball arena located on the campus of the University of Oregon in Eugene and the former home of the Oregon Ducks men's and women's basketball teams, replaced in 2011 by Matthew Knight Arena. Also known as "The Pit" or "Mac Court," it was known as one of the most hostile arenas in the nation.

  9. Bushnell University - Wikipedia

    Bushnell University is a private Christian university in Eugene, Oregon. It is historically affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) and the Christian churches and churches of Christ. The institution was renamed from Northwest Christian University in 2020.