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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1940)
Denton Burdick, president of the
law school student body, announces^
a meeting of the group this morn-'
ing at 11 o'clock in the law school
assembly hall in Fenton.
The University faculty lecture
on “Literature and the Liberal
Arts College’’ by H. G. Merriam.
professor of English, scheduled for
today has been postponed until
Thursday, April 11.
Junior and senior girls interested
in camp counselling for the coming
summer will have an opportunity
to interview the camp chairman,
Mrs. Morris Jones, and the camp
director, Mrs. Helen Leonard, of
Camp Wildwood, the Portland Girl
Scout camp, in the dean of wo
men's office, from 11 until 12 and
from 1 until 4 today. Call dean of
women’s office for appointments.
Girls interested in camp counsel
ling for Camp Fire Girls may be |
interviewed Thursday, April -1,
from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the social
room, physical education depart
ment: 112 Gerlinger hall, by Miss j
Elaine Gorham. Call physical edu
cation department for appoint
Girls interested in camp counsel
ling for Girl Reserves may be in
terviewed Friday, April 5, at the
YWCA bungalow, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
by the secretary, Grace Lowrers.
Call YWCA for appointments.
Phi Beta will hold a meeting at
7:30 tonight at Kappa Alpha
Theta. Compulsory for members
Ex-Namanu campers are all in
vited to a reunion with Miss Elaine
Gorham at the Anchorage tonight
at 5:30. School clothes. Any price
Miss Elaine Gorham, Portland
Camp Fire executive and director
of Camp Namanu, will interview
girls who are interested in becom
ing camp counselors, today from
9 to 5 in Gerlinger social room.
The deadline for varsity and
frosh tennis team aspirants to re
port to Coach Russ Cutler is today
at 3 o’clock. At that time Cutler
will meet the players on the Uni
Kwama members will meet to
day at 12 o'clock at the College
Side for a luncheon meeting. Please
bring spring term dues.
Phi Theta Upsilon will meet to
day in men's lounge, Gerlinger, at
Mrs. Van Loan, director of the
Eugene vocational school, will ad
dress Phi Chi Theta women’s busi- '
ness honorary members on the
topic "Business Opportunities for j
Women" at an invitational tea to !
he held today at 4 o’clock in alum-:
ni room, Gerlinger hall, according
to Laurita Christofferson, who is
in charge of the affair.
A life insurance sales contest
will be held tonight at 7:30 in room | ;
Flight Test Slated
Tonight at 7:30 all flight stu
dents will take the final ground!
school exam, bringing technical in
struction to an end for Oregon s j
first student pilot training pro-;
gram, it was announced last night
from the office of Carlton E.
Spencer, air school head.
To Attract Manij
BA Students to Sell
When the Oregon Retail Distrib
utors' institute meets on the Uni
versity of Oregon campus Monday
for its fourth annual conference
many cities of the state will be
represented. A number of dele
gates have already signified inten
tions of attending the conference,
according to word received from
Dr. N. H. Cornish, professor of
business administration and secre
tary of the institute.
Recreation for the delegates is
being planned by the physical edu
cation division of the University.
The Oregon Retail Distributors’
banquet to be held in the St. Mary’s
Episcopal church Monday evening
at 6, will climax the conference.
Presiding will be Dean Victor P.
Morris of the school of business
Students of the school of busi
ness administration are taking an
active part in the preparation for
the conference by selling tickets
for the banquet and contacting
downtown Eugene merchants in
clude: Laurita Christofferson, Hel
en V. Elliott, John E. Farrar, Max
ine R. Klinge, ISarah ;E. Ray,
Lawrence E. Reid, Leonard M.
Ruecker, Allyn R. Shaw, Charles
F. Skinner, Shirley L. Zion.
Added to Library
The library has received a copy
of “Japanese Garden Construc
tion" by Samuel Newsom. Mr.
recently visited the campus at
which time a dinner was given in
his honor sponsored by the Eugene
Garden club and the school of ar
chitecture and allied arts.
The book has numerous sketches
of Japanese gardens and architec
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To Spring 'Lid'
On 1940 Politics
For April 11: Sophs
Will Convene Soon
Political “goings on” at the Uni
versity of Oregon get their first
official 1940 introduction April 11,
when President Les Anderson calls
together the freshman class to
nominate next year's officers.
Second class to enter the politi
cal fray will be the sophomores,
with a meeting scheduled for April
18. Both meetings will be held at
7:30 on the designated evenings in
At that time Anderson and
Sophomore Class Prexy Bob Calkr
ins explained, nominations for the.
offices of president, vice-president,
secretary, and treasurer of next
years’ sophomore anfr junior class
will be named. Elections will be
held the week following nomina
tions in each case.
THRU THE MADDING
with MAJEANE GLOVER
I’ll Huff and I’ll Puff
What could be more perfect
to start out the new spring term
than a new creation of Lucien
Lelong's! Pif Paf Puf is created
with the particular purpose of
harmonizing makeup with the
costume. First choose your cos
tume, next choose a neat little
Pif Paf Puf case which matches,
and lo and behold! you find in
side the exact shades best suited
to your costume in lipstick,
rouge, powder, and powder puff.
At Burch’s we
found great news for you. Those
beautiful China buck spectator
pumps with kid leather in black,
brown, and blue which you have
been so enthusiastic about have
been reordered. Burch’s college
spectator is elasticized and thus
is a more comfortable and
smoother fit. It is priced at
* * #
At the “IT
The first thing we saw on en
tering Hadley's was an adorable j
dusty pink crepe alpaca date
dress which we learned was only
one of a group of chic spring
pastels. The one frock had royal
and heaven blue bands circling
it above the waist which but
toned down the front, and sim
ilar bands on puffy pockets. It
was neatly fitted at the waist
to give a flattering effect and
gradually flared into a lovely
full skirt. Lace trim was used at
neck and on pockets. Price,
Soft as Gooper
Always appealing to coeds are
lovely soft robes that are useful
for comfort as well as hard
wear. At Penney’s a complete
selection of cozy Chenille robes
may be found in a variety of
spring colors. We all like to
lounge in comfort, so see these
at $2.98 and $3.98.
Attracting much attention at
Kaufman’s is the charming
white spring formal gown which
is outstanding in its simplicity.
The interesting fabric of waffle
pique is trimmed with beautiful
Irish hand crocheted lace at
square neck and puffed sleeves.
The fitted dress buttons all the
way down the front and is strik
ingly set off with a bright red
patent leather belt. It is $17.75.
Other adorable young styles
may be found in organdies, dim
ities, and printed taffetas from
* * *
Go Jump in the Lake!
Planning for a swim soon?
If so, you’ll want to start think
ing of swimming accessories. At
The Broadway Inc. we know
you’ll find just what you want
in beach strollers. You can’t
miss because they have every
color imaginable. With a good
sturdy sole of heavy rubber, the
top is made up of various styles
of straps that mean comfort as
well as looks. Also you’ll have a
chance to get a first glance of
1940 swim suit styles.
thing that will --—IT- a—^ \.
appeal to you no matter what
the weather is like because you
wear a slip rain or shine. Hil
ler’s are offering a grand regu
lar $1.65 Barbizon slip for $1.15.
This unusually sturdy style is
cut on the famous Bryn Mawr
patented design, and is long
wearing and fits beautifully
with its four gored skirt. Colors
are white and blush in sizes
from 31 V-i to 44.
This Is an Honest
Spring term means tennis
weather. Montgomery Ward’s is
prepared to help you select the
best and the most reasonable in
tennis equipment. If it’s a rack
et, be sure to see Wrad’s selec
tion at $4.29. If it’s balls, try
their War d’s Championship
* * *
Let’s Go to the Dogs
Whether you are a collector of wooden animals or
y not, you will be entranced with Sniffer and Howler,
3 little hand carved wooden dogs at The Gift Shop.
Also you will find there cunning little colts and other
dogsVThey are 50c to 95c each. And then you must De sure cu see
the Italian Dogs and Laughing Horses, hand carved with excel
lent detail workmanship at $2.95 each.