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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 14, 1921)
SENIORS AT BREAKFAST
Sun Parlor In Woman's Building to Bo
Used By Class of ’21.
Are you going to the senior breakfast
this morning. Have you called up the
girl you are to take. At 9 the annual
senior breakfast, given b.v the Y. \V. C.
A. girls and Mrs. P. I>. Campbell will be
served in the sun parlor of the Woman’s
building. Everybody is going to have a
good time, according to the predictions
made by members of the committee iD
charge, and all of the olti tra.iiii..jis arc
going to bz much in evidence this year
This breakfast is usually held at Mrs.
P. L. Campbell’s home, but this year it is
going to be so large that a new place
fcad to be found. There may be other
things that will be just a little different
too, but those wbo go to the breakfast
will find out about that.
♦ JUNIOR PROM PROGRAM. 4
The program for the Junior Prom will
be as follows:
1. Fox trot.
2. One step.
5. Fox trot.
6. One step.
9. Fox trot.
8. Waltz. ,
9. For trot.
10. One step.
11. Fox trot.
Tickets for the Junior Prom will be
on sale at the Co-op Monday. The price
of admission will be $1.50 per couple
but high school guests will be admitted
free. Other guests, however, will be
charged the regular price.
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UNIVERSITY of CALIFORNIA
MEN'S GLEE CLUB
JAZZ BAND and ORCHESTRA
— Songs-Skits-— Stunts —
Seats on sale at tlie Theatre Monday
EUGENE TK 16
Prices—50c. 77c, $.1.00, plus tax.
Ready for the
Now that picnics are in order you are
wondering what to take. That is an
easy matter to decide, if you will only
let us give you some assistance. It will
be an easy matter, and we assure you of
a fine picnic lunclf. f v
Everything depends upon selecting j
the best things for the lunch. Our deli- i
catessen is the place to do it. Foods
that are prepared fresh daily and with |
the same care that mother would give
. them are always ready for your choice.
Even the pastry line is not omitted—
rolls, pies, cakes, and a wide range in all
delicacies are here for your approval.
Relishes and many other appetizing
dishes to select from, will meet with
your instant favor.
"render and sweet are the first spring
, vegetables. If von don’t eat them in the
i winter they are an absolute necessity
for the good health, and the spring is
the time for them. Ask us for whatever
you want; we have them, or will get
them if possible.
Table Supply Co.
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The management of tlie Rex is pleased to an
The Principal Stars of
SONORA GRAND OPERA
with Ricardo Clarke, lyric tenor, who appeared
in the University Festival last season.
A Musical Festival
composed of selections from standard operas and
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY and
pf next week.
The prog-ram of selections will change dailv.
This is in addition to the feature picture,
Shirley Mason, in “Girl of My Heart.”
Students Go To
THE VARSITY BARBER SHOP.
Next to tlie Oregana.
mu . mwi> nr i'mih m —i ''**''*'
1— Lowest Cash Prices.
2— Dignified Credit.
3— New Goods Exchanged for Old.
4— Free Delivery and Installation.
BARS—en’ everything at the
The Co-op Store
777 Willamette Street
With enlarged quarters on the ground
floor—with new equipment and with a
new department added, we a»e ready to do
any kind of portrait work and commercial
Bring in your films—and all of
your kodak work. With special equip
ment, obtained especially for your
sort of work, we are able to get your
pictures out in six hours. Remem
ber—get your films here by noon and
your prints will be ready by six.
777 Willamette Street
Look your neatest and watch your step,
as the 0. A. C. crowd is coming with all
its pep. j till!! 1*0.
—You will find a full line of the famous
Franco-American Toilet Requisites at
Cleaning and Pressing.
784 E. list.
Printers of Quality