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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1941)
* OpenHouseH eads Social
By LOIS HULSER
Webfeet will get their annual workout Saturday, evening when
they tape their saddles for the inevitable bunion derby which will
take men’s groups on a tour of women’s organizations with ten
minutes of jive and swing at each house. Beginning at 7 o’clock coeds
will entertain guests until midnight.
Radio dances, firesides and open houses are being planned by
many houses after the first home game when Oregon plays Idaho
Friday night. Houses planning
entertainment include Alpha Om
^^ron Pi, Alpha Delta Pi, Kappa
Alpha Theta, Sigma Nu, Sigma
Phi Epsilon, Delta Tau Delta, and
Phi Kappa Psi.
Last night pledges attended
Hairstyling - Permanents
their first dessert and upperclass
men renewed old friendships over
a cup of coffee. Alpha Tau Ome
ga exchanged with Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Campbell co-op-Hilyard
house; Chi Psi-Kappa Alpha The
ta; Gamma Phi Beta-Delta Tau
Delta; Alpha Chi Omega-Kappa
Sigma; Phi Sigma Kappa- Alpha
Omicron Pi; Sigma Alpha Epsi
lon-Alpha Phi; Delta Gamma
Sigma Chi; and Chi Omega-The
Sunday afternoon Delta Delta
Delta is honoring Mrs. R. Louise
Fitch, one of their national fra
ternity officers at a Swedish buf
fet where she will meet members
of the University faculty. Mrs.
For your leisure hours KNOCK AROUND in a
MOCCAROUND. Made of soft Napa leather,
Moccarounds are the perfect casual shoe. As
featured in Mademoiselle.
4.95 and 5.95
Blond Beige Is New
This rich color is being
featured in the softest
of wools. Topped with a
fluffy fur collar, it gives
you a coat with that
elegant feeling for
Deeper than ordinary
beige, Blond Beige can
be worn in all seasons.
Tuxedo style, with an
extra full back, is a
fashion you will enjoy.
Fitch was formerly dean of wo
men at Cornell university.
Autumn colors decorated al
umni hall Wednesday evening for
the annual President's reception
for the University faculty. Mem
bers of heads of houses served at
the formal occasion.
In the receiving line were Mr.
Earl M. Pallett, Chancellor and
Mrs. Frederick M. Hunter, Dr.
and Mrs. Burt Brown Barker, and
President and Mrs. Donald M.
Aren ’t Popular
All right, so you do ask for five
glasses of milk with your lunch,
so you insist on draping knife,
spoon, etc., all over your plate.
Maybe you have fim smearing
your glamor all over the nap
But remember you aren't any
dream girl to the houseboy who
spills your silverware or lugs
those milk glasses back and
forth. And you won’t click at
that all-important first dessert
if you leave a trail of gory look
ing Helena Rubenstein.
Are you a member of that
weird horde which doesn't know
about ash trays ? Do you still pick
the dinner table as the logical
place to discuss your last visit to
the dentist or accidents you have
almost been in?
Everyone hopes you know the
answers, especially your house
mother. And yet isn’t it amazing
how the gruesome mistakes al
ways happen to some one else ?
Everyone still hopes you will get
by, so why not check up on whe
ther you pass things with a half
hearted shrug which leaves all
the muscle work for the poor sis
ter who is next in line. And we'll
love you forever if you just
please won’t stir your mashed
Ad Man Recovers
Frank short, instructor of ad
vertising in the school of jour
nalism, returned to his regular
classes Wednesday after an ab
sence due to illness.
Poverty & Dependency
Problems in Prose
British Poetry 6r
Prose, v. 1 & v. 2
Outline of Physics
and Lab Manual
and many more too
numerous to list
Across from Sigma (*Iii
"Union Now" Head
Will Speak Here
Clarence Streit. noted newspa
per correspondent and leader of
the movement known as “Union
Now," will appear at the Univer
sity at an assembly in Gerlinger
at 11 a.m. Monday, October 13.
He will speak on “The Democ
racies' Answer to Hitler.”
Mr. Strcit. who is a rat v?'oer
?f the Now York state bar will
lunch with the faculty club and
will hold an open forum d scus
?ion on his morning: subject at
3 p.m. in 207 Chapman.
Accoi'ding to Dean Karl W.
Dnthank, the personnel offices
nave been attempting to get Mr.
Strcit for a lecture on his move
ment for three years and con
siders it fortunate that he is vis
iting the Northwest this n onth.
You will ride more beautifully
if you are dressed in style. This
bold plaid jacket with peak,
notched lapels and flap pockets
| tops off perfectly fitting twill
jodhpurs. The jackets can be
bought in blending colors of
blue, brown, and beige oi
green, black, and yellow. Sizes
^ are from 12 to IS. The jodphurs
\ are in solid colors; of black,
brown and green.
* » 1
20-30 East Bfoadway j
$ As Advertised
"PLAYGIRL m^-by UlWWrH
Of course it’s a youngsterish
looking hat! That’s because it matches the gaiety
of the youthful sub-deb, but with such a know
ing curve to its brim, and an impertinent feather
tuft. The band and binding are silk grosgrain.
5 £ R R D7
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