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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 25, 1940)
As First Speaker
With two of the first three speak
ers making return engagements!
to the campus, assembly season
will open this Thursday, Karl On
thank, dean of personnel, an-:
First spring term speaker will be i
Robert Norton, associate editor of
China Today, who will speak on
some phase of Far Eastern and
American relations. Norton was on
the campus last term, speaking to
the International Relations club
and to various service clubs down
Making his third appearance as
a campus speaker, Kirby Page, au
thor of a number of books on so
cial problems, will speak April 5.
Known as an outspoken opponent
of war, Page will be on the cam
pus for a two-day conference on
war and peace on the 5 and 6.
A newcomer to campus audi
ences is Harry Elmer Barnes, the
historian, educator, writer, and so
ciologist. to speak April 9. Barnes
has been in the editorial depart
ment of the Scripps-Howard news
papers since 1929.
“An Everyday Drama”
Complete in 4 acts
“YOU” are the Main Character
Act I: You ask for 2o'2.
Act II: You give us your name and address.
Act lit: One of our delivery men, a few minutes after
you phone, calls and picks up your garments
Act IV: Within twenty-four
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delivery men greets
you at your door
with the expertly
•dry-cleaned or laun
The moral to this true drama
of every dav life is that
DOMESTIC & COURTESY
treat your clothes so well at
such an economical cost to you.
SUPERIOR WORK—WE PROVE IT
1-43 W. 7th
An Invitation to You—
—to use our beautiful newly decorated banquet
room, the newest one in Eugene. We now offer
you greater facilities, than ever before, for
your banquets and private parties.
We have completely modernized our kitchen,
too. An advanced type of air conditioned refrig
eration system, and new electric bake ovens for
the betterment of our already famous—Nut and
Cinnamon Breads—Rolls—('akes—and French
pastries—to suit the most discriminating taste,
have been installed.
Plan now to have your next honorary or house
dinner at McCrady "s.
* Banquet room will accommodate parties or
banquets from 15 to 100 people. Come in and
look it over. Open for inspection anytime.
* We do our own baking. Come in and try our
tasty breads, rolls, and cakes.
*Also we make our own candy. With new gas
furnaces we will continue to make the “tops
- in candy” for you.
MR. and MRS. FRANK WILLS. Owners
878 Willamette Street Eugene
Selections to Be
Junior Weekend committee heads
announced last night that all wo
men's houses must select their
choices for queen of the weekend
by Wednesday, March 27. A fac
ulty-student committee will select
the queen and the four members of
the royal court, the committee said.
May 10, 11, and 12 are the dates
set aside for this year’s junior class
presentation. With the passing of
each year the weekend has been
assuming greater proportions, and
this year’s festivities will be no
exception, Lloyd Sullivan, general
chairman, asserted yesterday. Sul
livan announced that this year’s
program would include a pageant
honoring queens of former Junior
A caravan headed by this year’s
queen will visit Portland during
next month to promote the junior
sponsored event, John Cavanagh,
promotion chairman, said yester
day. Spring vacation gave most.
University of Oregon students an
opportunity to catch up on some
well-needed rest, but not so with
the members of the weekend com
mittee. Sullivan and Cavanagh
spent the week in Portland making
all possible connections with news
papers and radio stations for week
The lady regent will represent
the University in Portland at sev
eral occasions planned in her honor
by the committee. Tentative radio
appearances are also possibilities,
Dr., Mrs. A. H. Ross
Give New Zealand
Material to Museum
The museum of natural history
has donated some New Zealand
material by Dr. and Mrs. A. H.
Ross, it was revealed by Dr. L. S.
Cressman, head of the anthropol
ogy department. The specimens,
were obtained by Dr. Ross during j
the years he practised medicine in j
Included in the donation were j
two fine carved clubs from the
Polynesian Maori tribe. One of
these is carved to represent a con
ventional human face in profile.
The eyes are inlaid with bits of sea
shell. According to Dr. Cressman
: it is almost impossible to secure
clubs of this type at the present
The New Zealand collection also
GET THERE ON
Field Trips Planned
A series of anthropology Satur
day and Sunday field trips are be
ing planned for this term, it was
announced by Dr. L. S. Cressman,
head of the anthropology depart
ment. The trips will take in many
points of anthropologic interest in
included fine specimens of coral
Fiji, pitch from the Kouri tree,
dancing skirts, fans and various
Jumbo Milk Shakes .
On 13th near Campus
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Let us help you with your picture taking prob
lems. We have all the necessary supplies and equip
ment to get those beautiful pictures this term that
you will want to keep. Load up now with film and
get readv for action !
CARL R. BAKER
Spring term on the campus means tennis time again!
Choose your new racket from our spring stock of
'Wilson, Bancroft, and Spaulding equipment. Bring
your old racquet in for a tight restringing.
Rackets . . .
Ralls .. .
Wright & Ditson
Shoes• • •