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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 13, 1942)
DR. DONALD EBr> . . .
. . . who leaves this week for several conferences in the east.
>. Breen Schedules
On Wednesday evening from 8
to 9 the Westminster house will
hold the second in a series of
study groups on the topic
’ “Church History.” Dr. Quirinus
Breen of the social science and
history departments will be the
leader of this interesting ten
Both students and townspeople
have been invited to attend the
Swing for Your Supper
(Continued from page two)
tain as to who will take Sina
tra’s place, can you blame him ?
I would like to close with a
*"ew remarks about the recording
situation. With production of
records cut to one-third of its
former out-put, I think it’s about
time the larger companies
stoopped issuing the commercial
crud of the Lombardos, Kaye,
Miller, etc. It would be a great
day for collectors if they would
issue seme albums of the really
great jazz men. How about some
waxings, in album form, of Arm
strong, Teagarden, Goodman,
and other satellites in the jazz
The University of Wisconsin
Alumni association was organized
80 years ago.
Send Their Pictures to
Old Friends at Home
111 E. llth Ave. Ph. 202.
IP. S.—V prints also available
(Continued from page one)
gers' convention. He is vice-presi
dent of the organization.
Mr. Schenk will arrive in Chi
cago October 15, and will stay
until October 19. He is expected
to return to the campus the lat
ter part of next week, according
to his secretary, Mrs. Betty
Tri Delts Slate
(Continued from page one)
des; 5 to 5:30, Hendricks hall,
Highland house, Hilyard house,
Kappa Alpha Theta, Kappa Kap
pa Gamma; 5:30 to 6, Pi Beta
Phi, Sigma Kappa, Mary Spiller
annex, Susan Campbell hall, Uni
versity house, and Zeta Tau Al
Each house will stay 30 minutes
and leave on schedule. Those on
the receiving line will be: Miss
Pearle Bonisteel, house mother
and past national president of
Tri Delta; Teresa Kelly Janes,
president of the Eugene Alliance,
and Mary Jane Dunn, house presi
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Alumna of Class of *85
Dies at Eugene Home
Mrs. Anna Patterson Potter, a
member of the first class of the
University of Oregon in its open
ing year and a member of the
class of 1885, died last Wednes
day at the age of 81 in her home
Mrs. Potter's parents came
west in the first wagon-train in
1843. She was born in Eugene
September 13, 1861, and after
graduation .she taught school in
Lane county. Funeral services
were held here Friday.
Artists From Afar
Termed by Dean Ellis F.
Lawrence an unusually high per
centage, 20 per cent of the en
rollment of the school of archi
tecture and allied arts is made
up of students from other states.
Among the registrants are four
from Hawaii, one from Rhode Is
PAUL K. WA8HKE . . .
. . . who, after 13 years, leaves
the UO faculty for a commission
in the navy.
land, and a number from Wash
ington, Colorado, Montana, Ida
ho, and Califoi-nia.
Hui-O-Kamaaina will meet to
day at 5 p.m. in the master dance
room, third floor, Gerlinger.
Sophomore ROTC students
drill today in uniform at 1 p.m.
The Christian Science organi
zation on the campus meets each
Tuesday evening at 7:30 in Ger
linger hall, third floor. All those
interested are invited to attend.
Tuesday at 5 p.m.—Westmin
ster cabinet meeting, Westmin
Fort Hill is located in the cen
ter of Clemson campus.
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