Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 26, 1941, Page Two, Image 2

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    Speedy Distribution
Planned for Lunches
Jim Davidson Will Act as High Sultan
For Coronation Proceedings in Gay
Arabian Nights Floral Setting
Paris in the spring, even at its pre-war best, would have nothing
on the University of Oregon campus which turns host to 3,700 Mothers
Friday, May 9, at an opening campus luncheon for Junior Weekend.
Brightly colored canopies carrying out the Arabian Nights theme,
Fred Beardsley’s orchestra, conoration of Queen Annabelle Dow, and
food for at least 5,000 will form a background for the afternoon which
will set a gay spring pace for the
annual big weekend of the year.
Jim Davidson will step into the
position of High Sultan and mas
ter of ceremonies for the lunch
eon, Bette Morfitt, chairman, an
nounced last night as she released
a complete list of plans.
“Arabian Night3,” fete theme,
will be spelled out in flowers on
a floral background and an eth
ereal color scheme of yeilow,
green, and purple.
Miss Morfitt last night prom
ised the best in service for the
luncheon. She said there will be
more serving tables and the
crowd will flow quietly and
quickly through.
Additional luncheon attractions
will include pledging of Mortar
Boards, Friars, and Asklepiads. A
traditional attraction will feature
dunking of men and women who
talk with members of the oppo
site sex.
COS Formal Party
For Baptist Students
Planned for May 1
“Ship Ahoy” is the theme of
the annual formal spring party
sponsored by the Baptist COS
class, which is set for Friday,
May 1, at 8 p.m. in the social
hall of the First Baptist church
at Broadway and High streets.
All senior members of Baptist
church organizations are invited
to the party, which is the largest
held during the year. Chairmen
in charge of the party are: Irita
Chase, Grace Campbell, general
co-chairmen; Marshell Mobley,
Nelson Sandgren, decorations;
Rendell Alldredge, program.
Library Receives
Unbound Shipment
A large shipment of unbound
periodicals has just been re
ceived by the University library
from the H. W. Wilson company.
The magazines will be used to
complete the library files and in
clude issues of magazines such
as Catholic World, Public Utili
ties Fortnightly, Safety Educa
tion, World Affairs Interpreter,
Dublin Review, Mecure de France,
and many others.
Refresh v o u r s e 1 f by
wearing light spring col
ors. Come in to see our
sweaters in all styles and
1004 Will. St. Phone 633
ADS Chapter
Attends Meet
Northwest Conclave
Draws Advertisers
From All Over State
About thirty students and four
or five faculty members, besides
alums and associate members of
Alpha Delta Sigma, national ad
vertising honorary, will attend
the Northwest conclave in Port
land today.
The program will begin at 2:30
o’clock Saturday afternoon with
advertising exhibits.
Mr. Bob Smith, advertising
manager of Lipman & Wolfe,
who is highly recommended by
W. F. G. Thacher, adviser of
Oregon ADS chapter, will discuss
“How to Get a Job and Keep It”
at a job panel later in the after
A banquet at the Multnomah
hotel will mark the formal in
stallation of the Portland alumni
ADS chapter. Clyde Robinson,
regional vice-president from the
University of Washington, \Vill
install officers.
Toastmaster is Leith Abbott,
ADS alumnus and advertising
manager for the Southern Pacific
Principal address of the even
ing will be delivered by Don
Belding, president of the Pacific
Advertising Clubs association,
and an Oregon alum. Don Beld
ing, Jr., freshman at the Uni
versity, who will be present as
a pledge, is his son.
Climaxing the conference will
be the announcement of the win
ner of the W. F. G. Thacher
scholarship at the banquet.
George Luoma, former business
manager of the Emerald, won the
scholarship last year. Valued at
51100, it will be given to the best
all-around junior man in advertis
ing at the University.
New pledges are Don Bering,
Bob Broderick, Ken Bowes, Doug
David, Bill Ralston, Bob Rudolph,
Jim Thayer, Bill Wallan, and
Howard Vierling.
What a Bank
Book Shows
If you "want to prove
that you're a good
business risk . . . ex
hibit your bank book.
Eugene Branch
of the
United States
National Bank
of Portland
Member Federal Deposit
Insurance Corporation
Hostel Group Asks
Student Attendance
At UO-OSC Meeting
Students interested ifl youth
hosteling ai*e invited to partici
pate in a joint meeting of the
University and Oregon State col
lege groups today at the Eugene
hostel east of Hendricks park.
The University delegation will
leave by bike from in front of the
YWCA at 1 o’clock this after
noon. Dr. E. E. Boushev of the
physical education department
will lead the party.
Dr. Eva Seen will lead the Ore
gon State group, which will stay
overnight at the local hostel. Dr.
Seen will show slides this evening
of Oregon coastal points.
Book Collections
To Go on Exhibit
A total of 21 students, 10 un
dergraduates and 11 graduates,
have signified their intention of
entering the Library day contest
for the best student book collec
Undergraduates who have en
tered are as follows: Dennis
Bakewell, Mary Prescott Booth,
Frederick Waller, Don Treadgold,
Joseph Jackson, Earl Homer,
Laura E. Hughes, and Clare Mor
The following have entered the
graduate division of the contest:
Walter Kraft, Bob Dent, Mary
Hughes, A. Freeman Holmer, Rob
ert Knox, Clinton Vincent, Gene
Edwards, Phyllis Ricketts, Don
Castanien, Mary Failing, and
William Trimble.
Pacific College
Prexy toSpeak
‘War and Refugees’
To Be Subject of Talk
Tuesday in Friendly
“War and Refugees’’ is the top
ic a speech to be given 7:30
Tuesday night in the faculty room
of Friendly hall by E. W. Gulley,
president of Pacific college, New
berg. The meeting is open to stu
dents, faculty, and townspeople.
The college president spent
two years in American Friends’
refugee service in Spain and
An essentially student meeting
with Mr. Gulley talking on the
“Significance of the Refugee
Problem for Students” is sched
uled for the YWCA at 8:30 Mon
day night. Leading officers and
members of all campus religious
groups are especially urged to be
A noon luncheon meeting will
be held at Westminster Tuesday
at 12 o’clock at which the refu
gee authority will discuss the
“Food Blockade.” Those in charge
request that reservations be
placed at Westminster house by
Monday evening for the Tuesday
luncheon. It will cost 25 cents.
Museum Will Open
The museum of Oriental arts
will be open Saturday and Sun
day, May 3 and 4, in observance
of Library day, attendants stated.
Hours will be as follows: May
3— 3 to 5 and 8 to 10 p.m.; May
4— 3 to 5 p.m.
Baseball is a sport
that requires very
excellent eyesight,
and ball players
are always careful
to take the best
possible care of
their eyes. They
never strain them
You, too, should
take just as good
care of your eyes
as the professional
athletes, because
the strain of study
puts a great exer
tion upon them.
Always remember
that your eyes are
your most valu
able possession.
Drop in tomorrow
for a free exam
Be sure that your
eyes are examined
by a registered
Dr. Ella C. Meade
Phone 330 14 W. 8th St.
Architects Prepare
30th Anniversary
Festivities for May
Students and faculty of the
school of landscape architecture
will take part in the celebration
of the 30th anniversary of the
teachings of landscape work in
the Oregon system of higher edu
cation. It will take place on the
ninth of May in Corvallis in con
nection with the garden festival.
At the present time students
who take this course attend both
the University and Oregon State
before graduation. Fifty or sixty
graduates are expected to return
to honor Professor A. L. Peck,
head of the department since its
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