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Sigma Alpha Epsilor
Has Prison Dance
Underclass members of Sigms
Alpha Epsilon held their annua
prison dance at the chapter house
Saturday evening. Schuyler South
well was in charge of the dance
Patrons and patronesses were
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shumaker
Mr. and Mrs. Blair Alderman
Mr. George Robbins, and Miss
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Barn Dance Held By
Phi Kappa Psi
^ Phi Kappa Psi held a bam dance
Saturday evening near Spring
field. Fred Felter was in charge
of arrangements. Patrons and pa
tronesses included: Lieutenant and
Mrs. J. E. McCammon, Mr. and
Mrs. James Harding, and Mr. and
Mrs. W. F. G. Thacher.
Alpha Upsilon Has an
The Alpha Upsilon house took
the atmosphere of a Paris cafe
Saturday evening where members
of the fraternity entertained with
an apache dance. Mel Parker had
charge of the arrangements. In
vited patrons and patronesses
were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pallett,
X Mr. Louis Meyers, and Mr. Verne
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Sigma Pi Tau Gives
Sigma Pi Tau held a barn dance
Saturday evening at Cloverleaf
dairy. Faulkner Short was in
charge. Patrons and patronesses
were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Potts.
Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Mailatt, and Mr.
and Mrs. Wadleigh.
Kappa Sigma Spring
The chapter house was trans
formed into a garden scene for
the Kappa Sigma spring dance
held Saturday night. Frank
O’Bryant made arrangements.
Those who acted as patrons and
patronesses were: Mr. and Mrs.
^ Gene Shields, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil
Earl, and Dr. Delbert Stanard.
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Spring Dance Is Given
Tulips and weeping birch decor
ated the Bachelordon house for the
spring dance held Saturday night.
Charles James was in charge of
the affair. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Dunn, Mr. Lee Webber, and Mr.
John Rae were patrons and pa
Faculty Is Entertained
Members of the faculty of the
Romance language department
were entertained at a tea given at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. Leavitt,
2262 Birch Lane, Sunday after
noon from 3:30 to 5:30.
The guests were: Dr. Ray L
Bowen, Miss Anna Thompson, Mr
^ and Mrs. Beall, Mr. La Forge, Miss
Cornelia Pipes, Mr. and Mrs. Rael
Mr. Louis Myers, Mr. Felix Le
Grand, Mr. and Mrs. Detling, Mr
*and Mrs. Charles Howell, and Mr
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Mary Malarkey Tells
Word of the engagement of Miss
Mary Malarkey, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. James Malarkey of Port
land, to Howard M. Wall, son oi
Mrs. John Milton Wall of Port
land, has just been received froir
LaJolla, California, where Mr
and Mrs. Malarkey and theii
daughter are visiting.
Miss Malarkey attended the
University of Oregon, where she
was a member of Kappa Alpha
Theta. Mr. Wall was also a stir
dent at the University. He was
affiliated with Phi Kappa Psi.
Miss Fern Mowrey, daughter o
Mrs. H. Marshall Carlock, an.
Harry McGill, son of Mr. and Mrs
H. F. McGill, were married We*,
nesday evening at the Grace Me
morial church in Portland.
The bride and groom both at
tended the University of Oregon
«• ■ * *
The wedding of Miss Emer
Miller, daughter of Mr. and Jlr:
Fred O. Miller, to Robert Hosfot:
"4 son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hosforc
was solemnized Saturday evemn,
j at the Grace Memorial church in
Portland. The church was decor
ated with lilies, pink hydrangeas,
The bride is a graduate of the
I University of Oregon where she
was a member of Kappa Kappa
Gamma. The groom also attended
the University of Oregon. He was
I affiliated with Phi Gamma Delta.
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Doris Young to Wed
The engagement of Miss Doris
Mae Young, daughter of Mr. and
I Mrs. Charles Young of Marshfield,
j to Walter C. Leth, son of Mr. and
Mrs. H. C. Leth of Twin Falls,
Idaho, was announced last week.
Miss Young is a graduate of the
University of Oregon, where she
was a member of Alpha Phi. Mr.
Leth graduated from the Univer
sity of Idaho.
The wedding will take place in
$ He *
Announcement has been receiv
ed of the marriage of Miss Mary
Clay Benton, daughter of Mrs.
Mary J. Benton, to Thom Merritt
Smith, Thursday, April 17, in
South Pasadena, California.
The bride, who was graduated
from the University of Oregon in
1928, was a member of Alpha Chi
Omega. She was editor of the
Oregana and she belonged to j
Theta Sigma Phi, national profes
sional journalism honorary foi
women. Mr. Smith is a graduate
of the University of Idaho, where
he was affiliated with Sigma Nu.
The couple will live in Los An
geles. • j
Down Reed College
A trio of Oregon swordsmen,
Dick Waggoner, Lee Winetrout,
and Dave Killion met and van
quished Heed college's best duel
ists in a fencing meet at Portland
Saturday. Waggoner, winner of
the fencing tourney here, succeed
ed in winning all three of his
matches while Winetrout and Kil
lion scored two triumphs against
Here’s one for campus polici
cians. Down in Sebring, Florida,
the mayorality election resulted
in a tie between two of the run
ners. They flipped a coin for the
then up and at 'em!
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Bill Is Varied,
Nominees for President,
Vice President To
V agabonds, Trio, and Play
Four political candidates will
address the radio audience in short
talks over KORE at 8 o'clock to
night, according to Art Potwin,
director of the broadcasts.
Chuck Laird and George Cher
ry, nominees for student body
president will speak for three min
utes each, outlining their plat
forms and campaign promises.
Bill Whitely and" Ted Park, vice
presidential candidates will also
talk for two minutes.
Tomorrow night election returns
will be broadcast as fast as they i
are received at the KORE sta
Johnny Robinson's “Varsity
Vagabonds" will be featured in
the musical program in connec
tion with the political broadcast.
“Guilfin and His Gal”, featured
Emerald continuity stunt, written
by Bob Guild, and acted by him
and Jewel Ellis, will be presented
in its fifth episode.
A trio composed of Marvin Jane
Hawkins, Maxine Glover, and Sal
ly Hathaway, will sing several
numbers. Virginia Baker, popular
blues singer, and Peggy Sweeney,
violinist, are scheduled. Arrange
ments are being made for songs by
Anna Garrett, Jewel Ellis, and a
tap dance by Alva Baker. Jo
Scott and Maxine Glover, will play
the piano accompaniments.
Last night’s program was pre
sented by Johnny Robinson's
Vagabonds and was broadcast by
remote control from the Campa
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Waterman System. Leonard J.
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WILL person who took the wrong
Spanish shawl and purse at
Mortar Board ball please call
Virginia O. Smith. Phone 947.
By EVELYN SHANER
A Week With the Movies
McDonald—Tuesday and Wed
nesday, “The Vagabond King";
Thursday to Saturday, "The Girl
Rex—Tuesday, “Alias French
Gerty”; Wednesday to Saturday,
“Light of the Western Stars.”
Colonial Tuesday to Thursday,
"Rio Rita"; Friday and Saturday,
State—Tuesday, "Lone Star
Ranger"; Wednesday and Thurs
day, “Lilies of the Field"; Friday
and Saturday, “Frozen Justice.”
Heilig — Tuesday, "Midnight
Eugene is getting the cream of
Broadway musical comedy talent
in “The Vagabond King." Dennis
King as Villon, the daring, has
achieved as masterpiece of song
rhythm and Jeannette McDonald
is a fitting screen mate with a
glorious soprano. The sound re
cording is unusually fine and the
technicolor scenes are an ever
changing pageant of life and color.
"Midnight Daddies” is a Mack
Sennetl laugh getter that would
melt the most frozen face into
cherubic grins, and speaking of
comedy, "The Girl Said No" brings
William Haines in all his glory as
a Wall street romanceer.
Bebe Daniels may be seen in
“Rio Rita," and also in her latest
radio picture, “Allas French Ger
ty,” while ever popular westerns
include "The Lone Star Ranger,"
and "Light of the Western Stars.”
Picture 1.—A greasy hog, wal
lowing in the mud, slobbering
on itself and planting its forelegs
and snout up to its eyes in the
Picture 2.—A perspiring, un
shaven man, bared to the waist,
swearing and growling as he
smacks this same hog on the back
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Again we hear . . .
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quality, but never is either slurred for price.
. . . Let youth’s demand, demand College lee
MENU FOR THIS WEEK
. Chocolate i udge
Phone 1 480 8th and Ferry
I of the head with a foul-looking
Picture 3.- Eat Our Ham"—
untouched by human hands.”
FAMOUS LAST WORDS
Dear Professor: I cut class
yesterday to see the eclipse.
* * *
VOTE FOR HANK DE RAT
—“Dry only squawk once.”
* * *
Dear Seven Seers,
And then there was the gar
dener who planted electric light
bulks in order to have bigger
and better currents,
* * *
Also: Why not bring prohibition
into campus elections now that we
have if, that, and those?
* * *
Then some person has to pull
this one: "The only bright crack
I saw today was the sun.”
* # *
I am a devout reader of your
column. It eat it, I swallow every
word of it, I carry it around with
me and show it to my friends; I
peruse it carefully in hope that
some day you will have printed
something in it that is really j
* * *
The Emerald says U. of O. is
going into debt so fast that she’s
run out of red ink. Now, I
don't want to hear of my alma
mammy (see Jack Oakie) being
moved into the street because
she can't pay her rent. Imagine
the pitifulness of seeing all the
! books from the libe and all flu*
1 bones from Condon stacked
along 13th! Seerlslily speaking,
can’t somethin); be done to save
• * * *
Don't worry, Son, we've got the
situation in a bag. “Everything
will be all right," says a prexy.
“We are going to put a tin cup at
the entrance to the Ad building,
and I feel confident that contribu
tions will be more than sufficient
to tide us over.”
* * *
Little Blue Eyes, representing
the weighty co-ed public opinion,
says she thinks the school could
save on electricity. “Why not!
abolish the flood light between H.
hall and Susie?" she pleads. "Or
that one at the corner of Deady? |
or those awful lights along the!
* * *
And, of course, the profs
might charge a nickel for every j
class picture. It's worth that (
much Just to see some of the j
(^CABBAKD and Blade, nation
al military fraternity, an
nounces the pledging of Wayne
Mul(|iiin, Carey Thompson, Jack
Erdley, Harold Ayres, Kay
Bell, Ted Park, William East,
Donald Guild, Josh Reynolds,
Bennett Swnnton, and Harold
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the collars and cuffs still look soiled, and
that is one way to distinguish any other
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for our washers not only rub and scrub,
but wash them cleaner than clean.
Eugene Steam Laundry
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TYPING THEM COUNTS
THE RESULTS WILL BE
We Have Your Typewriter—Come and See
Office Machinery & Supply Co.
Willamette St.—Opposite “Y” Phono 148
For 3 Days
Honors students—must report to
Dean Boyer's office immediately.
Frosli Commission Cabinet—meet
ing today at 4 o’clock, bungalow.
Executive group of Y. W.—will
meet today, 3 o'clock, bungalow.
i’lii Chi Theta—will meet at the
Anchorage this noon.
W. A. A. Archery—meets at 4
o'clock today in Gcrlinger hall by
the archery closet.
Art Appreciation classes—all sec
tions, meet this week in room 204,
Architecture, instead of room 107.
Representatives from houses—en
tered in the Canoe Fete are re
quested to attend an important
Ten years’ sueeesst'iil prac
tice in Eugene.
In our own modern lens
By us personally. A com
plete service In one
Dr. Royal Qick
021 IDillamette St., Eugene
to leave riding boots
caked with mud and
dirt after an enjoyable
ride. It shortens their
life by half, and ruins
the general appearance
of your habit. It is
especially foolish when
"Ted” does them for
ill Shines .$1.(10
5 Sihnes .50
“Ted Pleases Everybody” |
Across from Sigma Chi
Hurry! Hurry! Hurry!
IT’S GONE TUESDAY!
He loved her and she
adored him, yet, to marry
her meant the opprobrium
! Pa the'
co n stance!
ALL MUSIC SOUND • DIALOGIC
An unm/.int' picture story
that will appeal to tlu- heart
and Intellect of fans all over
“ Continuous ” Sliows
meeting at 4 o’clock this after*
noon in room 3, Johnson hall.
Asklcpiads—will meet tonight at
7:30, room 105, Deady hall. Im
Oregon Knights—meeting at 7:30
this evening in room 4, Johnson.
Shingles to be presented. All
members asked to be present.
Second try-outs—for Master dance
jrotip will be held in the dancing
room of Gerlinger, 4 to 4 :30 today,
for all girls who have not tried
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