Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 29, 1940, Page Six, Image 6

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    Alpha Chi Omega,
Alpha Delta Pi
Go All ASUO
Alpha Gams First;
Prize to Be Given
At Spring Varieties
' V-'"omen's houses still kept the
i lea'i in the A.SUO sai i drive yester
day . two other v-omen’s groups.
-Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha
T»l> ?»i—announ •: comptet
of the 100 ji-.-f cent quota.
The Alpha Cfais will be present-,
edl the second prvz: silver cup at
the Spring Varieti % lance next
Finlay, open to a!l ASUO card!
hoi i >1 ,. Fi at pi iz u ;i 3, an
h >uti id yesterday, are the Alpha
; Cojtuuo Deltas.
Ruth Hartley, ca -i drive sales
iii'ii in tii1 Alpha Delta Pi house,
you yesterday's $1 bonus for sell
ing the most cards in her sorority
in. rv single day.
A11 hying organizations that
post 100 pet cent records before to
roniriw tioofti. whethe contest
closes, will receive free ice cream
from the ASUO directorate.
. YW Cabinet Meeting
Set at 8:30 Monday
—
A meeting of the TWO A cabinet
v.uji be held Monday night at 8:30
in (he ' Y" bungalow, Jean Crites.
profndent, announced yesterday.
Aii old and new members are
urged to be present as plans for
the comitig year will be discussed.
Lomax to Speak
A L. Lomax, professor of busi
aefii, administration, will, speak on
•'Tli? Trade Agreement Program"
ai g.t:> o'clock Friday evening',
March 2d. aver the regular KOAC
bnuuie.-'S hour program. The speech
v.'ih include an analysis of the es
goij.ii.it points in respect to the.
: trade Agreement program.
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WAA REPRESENTATIVES
NOTICE
Sports managers of women’s
living organizations are asked
to meet in the social room, P. E.
division, Gerlinger hall, at 4 p.m.
Monday to formulate plans for
spring term intramural play.
Indications ate that an indepen
dent team will he formed.
Hates Reduced
For 'Elijah'; ASUO
Section Reserved
Due to the large demand for
tickets to the University of Ore
gon music school production of
Mendelssohn’s ‘'Elijah,’’ scheduled
in1 Sunday night. April 7, in Mc
Arthur court, a reduced rate on
ail tickets has been made, it was
announced Thursday by Dean
Theodore Kratt. director of the
production.
Except for tickets for members
of the Eugene symphony associa
tion and associated students, all
of whom will have places reserved,
there will be no reserved seats.
Tickets will be sold for 50 cents,
and children—including high school
students- will be admitted for 25
cents. There will be no advance
ticket sale.
Luncheon Club
Formed by YM
Wednesday night, the Student
Executive cabinet of the Univer
sity YMCA voted to include the
luncheon group into the official
YMCA program. Warren Phillips,
as president of the group, will be
come a member of the executive
cabinet.
The luncheon group is comprised
of boys who bring their lunches
with them to school and eat them
at the ‘ Y' hut. The group.has
planned programs and discussions
of their own, with faculty leader
ship,
Igloo to Be ADS
Prize Billboard
j McArthur court will take on all;
the aspects of a modern highway!
for the Alpha Delta Sigma dance j
tonight with huge posters and bill-1
boards, typical of outdoor adver- j
tising, decorating the walls. The
programs will carry out the gen
eral theme of the dance with ad
vertising' slogans.
The question as to what the price
of admission would be for brown
ettes and dishwater blondes arose
yesterday and chairman Wally
Hossman and Jack Saltzman fore
saw arguments at the cashier's
window tonight.
Maurie'Binford's ten-piece band
which played at Jantzen Beach in.
Portland during the vacation will
furnish the music.
Condon Club Revises
Constitution, Adds
14 New Members
The constitution was revised'
slightly and five full and eight as
sociate members were elected at
the last business meeting of the
Condon club. Phoebe Dean, geog
raphy major, was elected secre
tary-treasurer.
Dr. L. W. Staples, geology in
structor. was given the position of
honorary member. Those persons
receiving full membership are:
Jack Gearhart. Dick Kahn, Shir
ley Seavey. Jerry Wolfe and Ruby
Oldham. Associate members se
lected are: Maynard Nelson, An
dre Isotoff, Mildred Wilson, Grace
Duncan, George Nelson, Harold
Johnson, Bill Jordan and Bob Cald
well.
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WALLET in Journalism building.
Bob Whitely, ATO.
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TYPEWRITER, upright preferred,
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Spring
Brings in
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OF
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IT’S
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HERRINGBONE TWEED
Priced at
$12-93
All .styles
Also up to $ 19.50
Smart! That s the success of this fine new
sports jacket. It s a three-button herringbone
tweed model that has everything in style.
Also other new patterns.
A smart selection of slacks in gabardines and
bedfords priced from $7.95 to $9.50. A nice
group of Freeman sports shoes includin'?
saddles. $5.50.
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