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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 20, 1940)
CALLING ALL DADS
Report to University of Oregon January 26, 27, and 28 13th Annual Dads’ Day — Your Program • Open House •
Basketball Game (Oregon vs. Washington) • Student Talent Program • Special Banquets
The cleaning business takes a
big boom this week as Kwama and
Skull and Dagger, sophomore hon
oraries, have their uniforms made
white again in preparation for the
dads’ visit. They will be official
greeters on the steps of Johnson
as the honor guests go to their
meeting Saturday morning.
. . Dad’s Weekend Headquarters Again!
Meet Those Old Friends,
Enjoy Fine Foods in Your
^ Favorite Setting
™ Oregon and Washington hotli
have swell hall clubs. . . .
Dads IVom far places and
close in will he here to see
lliciu clash. Conic down to
I lie Anchorage b e f o r e 1 lie
game Io renew old aci|iininl •
THE ANCHORAGE ON
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Take You Here
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Bring You Here
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While in town for Ihe weekend, we invite you to stop in
at our new store and inspeet our grand values on men’s
High Quality Clothing.
Gabardine for Spring!
Here's value in a 1‘nbrie that lias
i everylliiug! Shown in either
single or double breasted mod
els! See t best' t oday I
Smart new Spring
Now shipments a r r i \ i n g
daily. Hoe those smart now
styles and colors for spring
l ake it easy on
Visit our Fountain
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Tour to Begin
Both men and women’s sympo
sium groups will begin their an
nual speech tour tomorrow, W. A.
Dahlberg, men's team coach, an
nounced last night.
Two topics of current interest
will divide the team into two sec
tions, Dahlberg said.
“Propaganda” will be the sub
ject taken up by the following
team members: Roy Vernstrom,
Ken Erickson, George Luoma,
Kenny Maher, George Sullivan,
Roy Hewitt, Merlin Nelson, Karl
Zimmerman, John Blankinship,
Paul Kemper, Rendel Alldredge,
Delmar Rice, and Don Brinton.
“Distribution” is the topic
which will be discussed by the rest
of the team consisting of: Leon
ard Clark, Walker Treece, Charles
Devereaux, John Busterud, Jack
Martin, Richard Thierroff, Earl
Holmer, Don Swink, Allan Toole,
Frank McKinney, and Fred Slade.
Last year these student speak
ers contacted over 100 different
civic groups throughout the state.
These speech programs will be
available to any civic organization,
business group, or school. Ar
rangements may be made by con
tacting Dahlberg through the Uni
versity speech division.
One of the men’s houses has al
ready made plans for the Dads to
rehash the Oregon - Washington
Saturday night game over a Dutch
lunch. Freshmen are also contribut
ing a program between bouts.
Dads Will Be
(Continued front pane one)
Gerlinger hall, will be broadcast
over station KOAC, Corvallis. Dr.
Donald M. Erb, president of the
University, will be the main
The Dads will hold a mass meet
ing at ten o’clock Saturday morn
ing in the Guild theater, Johnson
hall. Election of officers will be
belli with state prexy Loyal H.
(Continued from pat/e one)
In the auditions the state com
mittee requires Oregon’s talent to
By BETTY JANE THOMPSON
Six students having- presented
their ideas on "The Most Import
ant Thing in Life” last week, West
minsterites will continue their dis
cussion on life philosophies with
Dr. James H. Branton, head of the
department of religion, speaking
on “My Philosophy of Life.” Elaine
Nelson will lead the 6:30 worship
With Prof. H. G. Barrett of the
anthropology department in
charge, the 9:45 morning group
will be given over to a discussion
period. Anne Dean will lead the
worship service. Sunday tea hour
will be held at 6 o'clock.
Student Life Studied
Contemporary Italian student
life will be discussion topic at the
Plymouth club at the Congrega
tional church Sunday evening with
C. M. Freer, graduate assistant in
Romance languages, leading. At
the 11 o’clock hour, Rev. Williston
Wirt will speak on “What It Means
to Have Faith.”
Following up the series of evan
gelistic meetings at the Baptist
church, Frank Chambers will lead
the 6:30 BYPU meeting on “After
Evangelism What?” Charles Star
ring will appear for the first time
as official pianist for the group.
Clifford Lewis, evangelist, who
has been conducting evangelistic
metings at the church, will speak
on “The Holy Spirit” at 11 o'clock
and on “Life’s Greatest Question”
at 7:30. With “The Victorious Life”
as his subject, Mr. Lewis will also
appear at a special 3 o’clock meet
Meeting a half hour later than
usual, Wesley club will convene at
the 7:30 church hour with Epworth
league members joining them in
presenting reports of the first state
Methodist youth conference held in
Salem last week.
The worship service will be the
same one presented by the local
group at the closing conference
session. Wardeen Hadley, Frank
lin Calhoun, and Howard White
will be in charge.
play a section of some concerto of
his own choosing, then play a
movement from some unrehearsed
symphonic selection, the latter to
test sight reading ability, accord
ing to Mr. Munro.
Accordin g to Administrator
Munro, applications for state-of
Oregon auditions are available
from his office in the Park build
Located in New
Noon Plate Lunch 25c
Dinners 50c. 65e, 75c
“You Won’t Be Sorry”
To OREGON DADS
On Itehalf of the students
and faculty of the Univer
sity of Oregon, I wish to ex
tend a formal invitation to
all Oregon dads to visit the
campus on your own Dads
Week [End. We are all eager
to show you the University
to which you have entrusted
the education of your sons
Donald M. Erb,
(Continued from page one1
with the flanking ornamental iron
fences, will be 180 feet. The total
weight of the gates will amount
to about 18 tons. The weight of the
portion already fabricated is 15
tons. The WPA iron craft workers
who did the ornamental work on
the Timberline lodge are accom
plishing the task. The main gate
will be flanked by two pedestrian
Through these portals will pass
all the official guests of U. of O.
The Oregon Dads' project will
strive to make the visitor’s first j
impression of the campus as beau
tiful and dignified as the Dads say
the gates will be. This avenue
through the campus will provide a
starting place and goal for student
parades, and will be the nucleus of
many activities attendant upon
(Continued from page one)
formed years ago, which loaned
funds belonging to a student union
building organization to help con
struct McArthur court. The hold
ing company will turn over this
loan when paid to the University
to held build a student union,
should it be constructed. The
ASUO voted to attach 20 per cent
of student body membership fees
to retire the debt.
The service capacity of
this bank continues to ex
pand in relation 1o its
Seven additions to the winter
term social calendar were reported
to the office of the dean of women
last night. They are:
Jan. 23, 24, 25—“Pride and Pre
judice,” Very Little Theater.
Jan. 26—6G8 club party.
Feb. 9—Yeomep and Orides for
Feb. 10—Zeta Tau Alpha dinner
Feb. 14—Heart Hop.
Feb. 16—Campbell Co-op house
dance; Alpha Gamma Delta house
(Contmued from oaae one1
history at the University, will de
liver an address on “The New Or
der in Eastern Asia” at the final
The conference will be presided
over by Harris Ellsworth, publish
er of the Roseburg News-Review
and president of the conference.
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DADS of OREGON 1
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the best place to buy these foremost jfl
NATIONALLY KNOWN clothing lines 1
for men. ij
The largest stock of Tuxedos in town g
* $25.00 to $40.00 1
Arrow Shirts Holeproof Sox 1
Dobbs & Stetson Hats |
Hart Schaffner & Marx I
Kuppenheimer Clothes |
Bostonian Shoes |
Can’t Bust ’Em Cords Frosh Pants I
Timely Clothes |
he’ll say I
THE MAN’S SHOP I
BYROM & KNEELAND
32 E. 10th St. I
Friday, January 2<»
1:30-5:00, Registration, Johnson
G:00 p.m., Executive committee
dinner. Faculty club.
8:00 p.m., Washington vs. Oregon
basketball game, McArthur court.
Saturday, January 27
8:30 to 3:00, Registration, Johnson
10:00 a.m., mass meeting of Dads,
Guild theater, Johnson hall.
12:00 noon. Luncheon with sons
1:30 to 3:30, Features:
Plaque unveiling and ceremony
at law school: home econom
ics. Chapman hall: University
library: museum of art; mu
seum of natural history; stu
dent health service.
Student demonstration and dis
play: business administration
school; physical education
school; journalism building;
art school; pre-med laboratory
and equipment, McClure and
Deady: ROTC building.
Band and orchestra concert, mu
sic school; Honoraries will ar
range and supervise displays
in professional schools.
Faculty members in several pro
fessional schools will be pres
ent to meet Dads.
3:45-4:00, Description of the Uni
versity’s civilian aeronautics
program by Carlton Spencer.
4:00 to 4 :45. Student variety show.
5:30 p.m., Oregon Dads banquet,
Gerlinger hall; speaker, Dr.
Donald M. Erb.
8:00 p.m., Washington vs. Ore
gon basketball game, McArthur
9:30 p.m., Firesides or smokers for
Dads in each living organiza
Sunday, January 28
11:00 a.m., Special Dads' day
services at Eugene churches.
1:00 p.m.. Dinner with sons and
3:00 to 5:00. Open house, Museum
of Oriental arts.
Walker Treeee, hospitality chair
man, also says one of the women’s
living organizations phoned in
plans for a fireside for their dads.
Their talent will be paraded in a
musical for entertainment. The
committee is anxious to know
what the other houses are plan
To the University
WARD’S are proud 1o WELCOME YOU
to the University of Oregon 13th Annual
Dads’ Day, January 26, 27, and 28th. We
are mighty proud to be part of the Com
munity which supports this fine Univer
sity. Your Roy and Girl have planned a
Gala Event for your coming. We trust
that during your stay here in Eugene, you
will honor us with a visit to Eugene’s
LARGEST DEPARTMENT STORE. We
can assure you that this DADS’ DAY is
going to be an event that you will remem
ber for years to come! Make Wards your
shopping headquarters while in Eugene!
For Dad’s Weekend ...
We welcome all Dads to Ore
gon, and invite you to the Cafe
Del Rey to enjoy a better week
end . . . drop in for dinner or
after the games!
Cafe Del Rey
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
of Eugene, Oregon
extends greetings to all the
Dads, many of whom were
customers here when attend
ing the University.
Your sons and daughters will
also appreciate the protec
tion to their funds an account
at this friendly bank offers.
A Home Owned Bank Serving Lane County
Deposits Insured up to $5000 through the F.D.I.C.
• ENJOY DADS’ DAY
— AT THE U of O •