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| Eleanor Jane Ballantyne-Lenore Ely
To Give Annual Party
Members of the ten Philomelete
groups on the campus are enter
taining this afternoon from 3 to 5
at the Craftsman club with their
annual party. All Philomelete
members, big sisters, mortar board
members and women on the cam
pus who are interested in the
groups are invited.
Miss Janet Osborne, vice-presi
dent and social chairman of Phi
Theta Upsilon, upperclass hon
orary, is general chairman. Miss
Lorene Christenson is general an
nouncer for the afternoon’s pro
gram, and Miss Gwendolyn Caver
hill is chairman of decorations.
Each of the groups will give a
stunt or is in charge of some part
of the entertainment. The Arts
and Crafts, Folklore, Drama,
Prose and Poetry, and Travel
groups are giving stunts. The In
ternational Relations group is in
charge of patronesses, the Music
group is in charge of music for
dancing and singing, the Woman
in Her Sphere group is planning
the refreshments, the Charm
School group will act as hostesses,
and Nature Study group is in
charge of decoration of the rooms.
* * *
Chi Psl To Give
Pledge Dance Tonight
The pledges of Chi Psi will be
honored with the annual fall dance
to be given at the chapter house
tonight. Decorations will be a se
cret, according to Bob O’Melveney
and George Hibbard, in charge of
the dance, who plan the motif to
be a surprise.
Patrons and patronesses will be
Prof, and Mrs. Dan D. Gage, Prof,
and Mrs. John Iiae, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Neighbor, and Mr. and Mrs.
Paul G. Austin.
Pledges of Phi Sigma
Kappa Honored hy Dance
Phi Sigma Kappa will hold a
dance tonight in honor of their
pledges at the chapter house.
Palms will be placed about the
rooms and candlelight also will be
used in decorating.
Patrons and patronesses are Dr.
and Mrs. Schwering, Madam Rose
McGrew, Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Ager,
Prof. Louis Artau, and Mr. and
Mrs. R. H. Robnett.
Dick Givens is head of the af
* * *
Alpha Tail Omega
To Honor Pledges Tonight
Alpha Tau Omega is carrying
out a Persian motif in the decora
tions for the pledge dance being
held at the chapter house tonight.
Palms, balloons, and colored lights
are being used in decorating.
The patrons and patronesses are
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Evans, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Hewitt, and Mr. and
Mrs. George Hopkins. George
Vaughn is chairman of the dance.
* * *
Miss Kneelund Guest
At Luncheon Wednesday
Miss Katharine Kneeland, for
mer secretary of the research bu
reau in the school of education,
who has been visiting on the cam
pus this week, was honored at a
luncheon given by Miss DeEtta
Robnett at McMorran and Wash
burne’s tea room last Wednesday.
Miss Kneeland was entertained
at several other functions last
week given by her former associ
ates and friends in the education
* * »
Luncheon Given In
Honor of Herr Fischer
An informal luncheon was given
last Thursday noon in honor of
Herr M. Fischer, of Budapest,
Hungary, by the International Re
lations club. The luncheon was
held at the Anchorage and was
attended by student and faculty
members of the club.
Miss Margaret Hammerbacher,
president of the club, was in
• * *
Features Arabian Idea
An Arabian nights motif will be
carried out in decorating the Zeta i
Tau Alpha house tonight for the !
dance to be given in honor of the
pledges. The rooms will be trans
formed into Arabian tents, with
colored lights reflected on the
walls. Scimitars, crescent moons,
and sparkling stars will add to
the effectiveness of the scene.
Programs in the shape of Arab
tents will carry out the idea.
The patrons and patronesses for
the dance include Mrs. Elizabeth
Scaiefe, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hunt
ington, Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Mather,
and Mr. and Mrs. John Stehn.
Miss Ruth Dickey has charge of
* * *
Kappa Delta Holds
Dance For Its Pledges
Members of Kappa Delta hon
ored their pledges with an infor
mal dance at the chapter house
The motif carried out was that
of a Chinese laundry, with wash
tubs, ironing boards, and lines of
clothes about the rooms. The pro
grams carried out the idea in the
shape of a Chinaman carrying a
The patrons and patronesses for
the dance were Mr. and Mrs. A. E.
Caswell, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pal
lette, and Mrs. Alberta Powell.
Miss Freda Stadter was in charge
of the dance.
» * *
Sigma Pi Tau
To Give Pledge Dance
Wooden soldiers will decorate
the Sigma Pi Tau house tonight
at the dance being given in honor
of their pledges. The programs
will carry out the same idea, with
each dance named for a famous
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Charles, Dean
and Mrs. Eric W. Allen, and Mr.
and Mrs. E. W. Lenwright will be
patrons and patronesses for the
The chairman of the dance is
* * *
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
To Give Circus Dance
The annual Sigma Alpha Epsilon
circus dance will be held tonight
at Cocoanut Grove. Stuffed ani
mals and circus decorations will be
used about the rooms. The pro
grams will be made in the shape
of h drum.
Dr. and Mrs. Sante Caniparoli,
Dr. and Mrs. Robert D. Horn, Dr.
and Mrs. John P. MacKinnon, and
Mr. and Mrs. Sigfrid Seashore
will be patrons and patronesses.
Baun Jordon is in charge.
* * *
Kappa Sigma ftives
Hunting Lodge Dance
An informal dance, carrying out
the decorations of a hunting lodge,
was given at the Kappa Sigma
I house la^t night. The rooms were
decorated with fir boughs, and
stuffed animals, deer heads and
hunting equipment were about the
The patrons and patronesses for
the dance were Mrs. L. W. Pit
man, Mrs. J. D. S. Wade, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Myers, and Dr. and
Mrs. Del Stanard. Harvey Welch
* * *
Gives ThnnUsgiving Tea
The annual Thanksgiving silver
tea was given by the members of
Westminster guild at the West
minster house yesterday afternoon
from 3 to 5 o’clock. Women stu
dents on the campus were the in
Miss Lenore Lage was in charge
of the program; Miss Zona Malka
sian, decorations; Miss Florence
Nombalais, food and serving; and
Miss Alice Sturgin, publicity.
Misses Elaine Moore and Marian
Clark gave piano solos, and Miss
Ruth Breitmayer entertained with
a violin solo.
* * •
Phi Gumma Delta
To Give Cannibal Dance
Another dance complimenting
pledges will be that given tonight
by Phi Gamma Delta. Decorations
typifying South Sea island canni
bals will be placed about the rooms
and the ticket for admission will
require each guest to wear a grass
Skulls, bones, drawings of mon
keys and cocoanuts by Mac Miller
will also be used to carry out the
idea. A grass hut with a cannibal
FOR FAST SERVICE
and Quality Workmanship
f;i' CALL THE
i king inside is to be placed on the
porch and the fireplace will hold
a cannibal caldron.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Betts, Prof,
and Mrs. C. G. Howard, Dr. and
Mrs. Donald Erb, Prof. Edward
Lesch, John Hartong and Miss
Florence Thompson are patrons
Bill Crow is planning the affair.
* * *
i Men’s Dormitory
To Give Dance Tonight
The men’s dormitory units will
hold their annual fall informal to
night, using a skyscraper idea.
Chandeliers will be turned into the
tall buildings and airplanes will be
placed around the hall.
Patrons and patronesses are Dr.
and Mrs. Charles L. Schwering,
Mrs. Genevieve Turnipseed, Miss
Genevieve Jones, Mr. and Mrs.
Russel Cutler, and Charles E.
Charles Stryker is chairman of
the committee in charge, with the
social chairman of each dormitory
* * *
Barn Dance To Be
Given By Delta Delta Delta
The chapter house of Delta Delta
Delta will be turned into a barn
at a dance tonight, entertaining
pledges of the sorority. The farm
motif will be carried out by hay,
cornstalks, milk pails and garden
tools about the house.
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Betts, Mr.
and Mrs. W. O. Swan, and Mr.
and Mrs. E. S. Prouty, and Mr.
and Mrs. John J. Rogers are pa
trons and patronesses.
Helen Darby and Esther Beard
are in charge of the affair.
* * *
Miss Garetson Is
Zeta Tau Alpha Guest
Miss Virginia Garetson of Oak
land, California, is spending the
week at the Zeta Tau Alpha house,
with which she is affiliated. Miss
Garetson was a student on the
campus last year.
By GENEVIEVE DUNLOP
The question of war and peace is
prominent among the choice of
topics of the young people’s re
ligious groups for this Sunday, j
Some of the meetings for this week |
are being arranged in observance
of the Thanksgiving season.
“Is Conscience to be Respected
in Time of War?” is one of the
questions to be considered by the
Student forum which meets at
6. The group will also endeavor
to answer the question, “Why do
Students Find It Difficult to be
“Luke, the Physician” will be
the Biblical impersonation given
by Frederick K. Davis before the
University class, at their 9:45 ses
The Wesley foundation will hold
a social hour from 5:30 to 6:30 at
which time games will be enjoyed
and refreshments will be served.
The devotional meeting, which fol
lows the social time, will be led
by Verne Adams. The topic to be
discussed is "Why Not Disarm?”
This is the first of a series of sub
jects on the disarmament question
to be considered by the group.
The Episcopal student group will
discuss “The Practical Value of a
Doctrine of the Trinity” at their
meeting in the men’s lounge of
Gerlinger hall at 7 o’clock.
The University Sunday school
class is meeting with the Marie
Fletcher class. Hal Young, choir
director, will give a vocal solo. The
teacher is Theodore Maynard.
The Senior B. Y. P. U. will hold
a Thanksgiving service in the
chapel of the church at 6:15. Ro
land Blanton will lead the discus
sion of ‘‘God’s Gifts and My Obli
The meeting of the Luther
league is scheduled for 6, with both
a social and a devotional hour on
the program. The discussion will
be on “God's Gifts and My Obli
gations,” with Ruth Martin as
The topic for the Loyal Berean
class is “Paul in Rome.” The
group meets at 9:45 with Mr3. R,
M. Day as teacher.
“Pilgrim's Wife,” a one act play,
will be given by the members of
the Young People’s Christian En
deavor in observance of Thanks
giving. The meeting begins at
Edgar E. DeCou, University pro
fessor, will address the freshmen
and upperclass groups at their
morning meeting at 9:45 on the
topic “The World Disarmament
"If I Were Hoover,” is the sub
ject of the discussion for the West
minster forum at the meeting at
6:15. Helen Scruggs and Bill Ger
hart are the leaders.
Community Liberal (Unitarian)
The Young People’s group will
meet at 7 at the manse for their
regular Sunday evening round ta
Campus Red Cross Drive
Gets Under Way Monday
Maria Wilson, of the Eugene
Red Cross office, and an Oregon
graduate, with the assistance of
Mary Frances Lowry, is conduct
ing the Red Cross drive on the
campus. They are asking each liv
ing organization to give $15, more
or less as they can afford, and ask
each house to vote on the question
at Monday night’s house meeting.
Subscriptions received will be
turned over to the Lane County
Relief and Unemployment bureau,
which is taking the place this year
of the Eugene community chest,
and includes the Red Cross, Salva
tion Army, St. Vincent’s De Paul,
and other civic charity organiza
Miss Wilson urges everyone to
consider that this year they need
money more than ever before, and
any contributions will be greatly
FAVILLE TO SPEAK
Dean Faville, of the school of
business administration, will speak
at the noon luncheon of the Ameri
can Association of University Wo
men today. The luncheon is to be
at the Osburn hotel. Dean Faville
will discuss his last summer's trip
to the Orient.
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i TALKIE TOPICS ►
Colonial — “Graft,” starring Re
gis Toomey. Showing for the
last time today.
Heilig—“In Old Cheyenne,” with
Rex Lease. Showing today only.
McDonald — "Riders of the Pur
ple Sage,” featuring George
O'Brien. Showing for the last
State “Dugan of the Bad Lands,”
with Bill Cody. Showing today
By RALPH MASON
Scenic Western at McDonald
Characterized by unusually beau
tiful scenery, incredibly fast horse
back riding, and unpolished acting
and dialogue, Zane Grey’s “Riders
of the Purple Sage,” presents'
George O'Brien and Marguerite
Churchill in a wholesome western
depicting Arizona as it was in
The magnetic O’Brien as the
outlaw Lassiter, defends “Jane”
(Marguerite Churchill) from the
depredations of a band of terror
ists who attempt to steal her herd
of cattle. The stopping of this
mighty stampeding band falls to
O'Brien who does the seemingly
impossible feat single handed in
one of the most thrilling scenes of
Lassiter is materially aided by
his horse which permits him to
leap over narrow chasms, through
waterfalls and down mountain
Noah Beery as Judge Dyer,
crooked leader of the outlaws,
plays true to form in his villain
The spirit of adventure is again
reflected in Ronald Colman’s lat
est picture, “The Unholy Garden,”
which comes to the McDonald
theatre on Sunday and Monday.
ltonald Column starring in “Un
holy Garden,” coming to the Mc
Donald Sunday and Monday.
Eugene’s Own Store
S. & H. GREEN
On All Cash Purchases
See the New Premiums in the
John Barrymore in “Mad Gen
ius,” which opens for a three day
run Sunday at the Heilig.
“Graft” at Colonial
Quite the most intensely inter
esting newspaper drama that has
come to the local screen this sea
son is “Graft,” the Universal pic
ture which is showing at the Co
lonial for the last time today.
The story deals with crooked
politics in an American city and a
newspaper’s fight against the sin
ister forces on the eve of an im
Regis Toomey and Sue Carol
play the leading roles, and supply
the love interest as well as form
ing the center of the major part
of the picture’s stirring events.
Atmospherically, “Graft” is re
markable, and gives a realistic pic
The sign of a good
' ture of the inner working’s of a
great newspaper. There are also
interesting scenes aboard a yacht
The score of the Oregon-U. C. L.
A. game will be announced at in
tervals this afternoon.
Marion Davis will be seen in her
first 90 per cent straight dramatic
role when her latest picture, “Five
and Ten’’ opens Sunday at the Co
lonial for a two-day run.
Rex Lease at Heilig
The dyed-in-the-wool western
photoplay fan as well as the casual
patron of this exciting type of
screen entertainment will find
thrills and fast action in “In Old
Cheyenne,” now being presented at
i the Heilig theatre for today only.
| In theme, treatment, and produc
j tion, this vigorous outdoor comedy
packs its punch in compact fash
ion and moves along quickly to a
smashing climax. It has more than
the usual share of originality in its
The latest Warner Bros, picture,
starring John Barrymore in “The
Mad Genius,” opens at the Heilig
Sunday for a three-day run. It is
a story told against the colorful
background of the Russian Im
perial ballet and offers a stellar
supporting cast including Marian
Marsh, Charles Butterworth, and
Donald Cook. Cook incidentally,
graduated from Oregon in ’25.
* # *
Bill Cody at State
“Dugan of the Bad Lands,” star
ring Bill Cody and Andy Shufford
is showing at the State theatre for
the last time today.
“The Man Who Came R^ck,”
starring Janet Gaynor and Charles
Farrell, is coining Sunday and
Monday. Another feature of the
“Football for the Fan” series is in
cluded in the Sunday bill.
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Properly utilized by Eugene
business men we believe,
will prove profitable.
Elliot & Borgerson
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