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Libe to Give
Of Rare Books
Display to Include
A special exhibit will be given
at Library day ceremonies May
3 and 4, of the most important
early works in the Burgess col
lection of rare books and manu
scripts, together with recent gifts
and books loaned by Mrs. Julia
Manuscripts and illuminations,
sixty-five or more in number,
will include examples from the
time of the Norman conquest to
the 19th century. The earliest, a
monoastic MS. of the 11th cen
tury, a fine example of Gothic
script and initials with gro
tesques, contains works by St.
Augustine and is in perfect pres
A special table will exhibiit
some of the recent gifts to the
collection, including a French
miniature from the Eugene chap
ter of Chi Omega, and a volume
of facsimiles from Portland alum
nae of Psi Alpha of Chi Omega.
Another de luxe volume of fac
similes is the gift of a group of
Eugene women, and a Kelmscott,
printed in Troy type, was given
by another friend in Eugene.
Some of the miniatures and Ho
mer volumes are gifts from east
In the first floor collection
room will be modern works in the
generous Barker gift to the li
brary. Here may be seen Shelley
ana and Byroniana, first editions
of Tennyson and Browning, auto
graph letters of Wordsworth and
Emerson, with Americana and
A Greek vase of the early
fourth century B.C. has been
placed in a specially designed
niche above the bronze tablet in
the Burgess collection room on
the first floor. This vase (oino
choe) is in honor of the original
collector, Edward Sandford Bur
gess, “a lover of things Greek.”
YWCA to Sponsor
Tea for Presidents
A tea honoring both the new
and retiring presidents of AWS,
WAA, and YWCA, will be given
today at 4 o’clock in the YWCA
Mrs. Clara Van Tassel will
pour, and the Foreign Foods
group will serve international
delicacies for refreshments.
Nancy Allen is general chair
man of the tea. For entertain
ment, Alice Trullinger will give
piano selections, arid Jean Mor
rison will sing.
This is the last big Thursday
tea to be sponsored by the
YWCA this term.
Postponement of the proposed
Theta-law school softball tilt was
sadly admitted today by players
on both sides.
Official announcement of rea
sons for the action was prom
ised in the near future.
University students are invited
to attend a free lectuYe spon
sored by the University Christian
Science organization this evening
at 8 o’clock in the Roosevelt jun
ior high school on 1787 Agate
street. Dr. Hendrik J. de Lange,
C. S. B. of New York, will speak.
University students from Long
Beach, California, will hold their
annual picnic Sunday, May 4.
Anyone interested in going may
call Jim Leonard at the Beta
house or Pat Cloud, Phi Delt, for
There will be a very important
meeting of Gamma Alpha Chi
members and pledges this evening
at 7 o’clock at the Side. Please
The Amphibian club picnic
scheduled for tomorrow has been
postponed. The picnic will be dis
cussed at the club meeting to
morrow night at 7:30 at the pool
Tickets on Sale
Mrs. Jane Thacher will be the
guest speaker for the annual
junior-senior breakfast at 9 o’
clock Sunday at the Osburn hotel.
Tickets are on sale at all wo
men's living organizations or at
the YWCA bungalow, for 50
cents each. Ticket salesmen are
asked to return unsold tickets to
Marilyn Marshall tonight.
Mrs. Thacher, well known for
her piano artistry, will speak on
“Music As a Part of Oar Life
Pi Phis Celebrate
Oregon’s Pi Beta Phis celebrat
ed the 74th anniversary of the
founding of their sorority Monday
with a banquet at the chapter
house for their alumni.
Mrs. Vern Callison, alumni ad
viser, told of the founding of the
sorority. Grace Irvin, on behalf
of the active members, gave a
response. Mary Louise Vincent,
vice-president, was toastmistress.
Ruth Hall Selected
Ruth Hall was selected presi
dent of Panhellenic for the com
ing year and Margaret Ann Jack
son and Lora Case were chosen
vice-president and treasurer, re
spectively, at the last meeting of
Representatives from northern
colleges are observing Panhellen
ic day today at Oregon State col
lege. Several Oregon representa
tives will take part. Among those
who will attend from Eugene are
Miss Hall, Janet Goresky, Dean
Hazel P. Schwering, Mrs. Marge
Reynolds, and Chancellor and
Mrs. Frederick Hunter.
The Panhellenic group will
meet Monday afternoon at 4
o’clock in Gerlinger hall to for
mulate next year’s rushing rules.
At the fifteenth annual meet
ing of the Western College Book
stores association held last week
in San Francisco, M. F. McClain,
store manager of the University
Co-op, met and exchanged ideas
with managers of 25 college
stores on the Pacific coast.
The main object of the conven
tion is to get the managers to
gether so that they may buy ma
terial in large shipments, Mc
Clain said. About 50 manufac
turing concerns had representa
tives at the meeting.
ROTCs Take Shots
As an ROTC summer camp
prerequisite, 60 juniors recently
received three typhoid shots each
at the health service. Camp re
quirements also include a suc
cessful smallpox vaccination.
Students will go to Fort Lewis
about June 20 and will remain in
training for six weeks. Three of
ficers from the military depart
ment faculty will go to camp at
the same time.
Nuns Get Degrees
Two nuns from Mt. Angel, Ore
gon, will receive master’s de
grees from the University this
term after taking their last exam
Saturday, May 3. They are Sister
Joeine Darington, O.S.B., who
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ORGANIZATION
AT UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
FREE LECTURE ON CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
])R. HENDRIK J. de LANGE,
( . S. B. of Now ork City, N. Y., in Roosevelt
Junior High School, 1787 Agate Street
Thursday, May 1, 1911 at 8:00 P.M.
"What spring term is complete
without a portable radio. AYe
have models that are easily car
ried. Ideal for picnics. Installed
with the new longer life bat
teries, these handy sets are
economical to own and use.
Or have your radio tuned up by
DOTSON RADIO SERVICE
11th and Oak
Variety of Jobs,
Cleaning Pullman cars and
working on a ship are the jobs of
two people who have answered
the economics statistics lab’s
questionnaire for the survey on
After a summer’s work, the
ship’s steward had earned $500
for school expenses. One fresh
man does some surveying during
the school year, and is also a
volunteer fireman at $1.00 per
fire. However, he says that isn’t
enough to encourage arson.
A local graduate student re
marks that he took care of “all
the brats within a radius of two
blocks, but got no pay.”
The survey, which is under the
direction of Dr. Beatrice Aitchi
son, instructor in economics, is
will receive her degree in business
administration, and Sister Seline
Schuster, O.S.B., whose degree
will be in English.
Both have already submitted
their master’s thesis to the gradu
ate office. They are members of
the Order of St. Bernard, a
Dean Allen Added
To Voorhies Plaque
Dean Eric W. Allen of the jour
nalism school was recently ac
corded the honor of having his
name inscribed on the Amos E.
Voorhies trophy, which was pre
sented to the Oregon News Pub
lishers’ association, by the staff
of the Grants Pass Courier to
honor their employer, Mr. Voor
Dean Allen was awarded this
recognition for outstanding jour
nalistic achievement in the in
terest and welfare of the jour
Dean Allen is the seventh out
standing journalist to receive
“Men of Boys’
with Spencer Tracy
and Mickey Rooney
— plus —
with Edward Norris
and Mildred Coles
BUNDLES FROM BRITAIN AT CROCKERS!
For Mother’s Day and Graduation Gifts, we suggest beau
tiful Staffordshire jewelry, bone china, and earthenware,
crystal lamps, and greeting cards for all occasions.
DON T FORGET—-the last Wednesday of every month is
bargain day at Crocker’s . . . odds and ends greatly re
duced. It’s the most talked of gift shop in town!!
5G W. 13th Avenue ... a half block off Willamette
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