Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 13, 1943, Page 7, Image 7

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Many students are planning to take Dad to church Sunday
as part of the weekend’s program. The Eugene churches are
having Sunday services as usual.
At the Baptist church Dr. Vance Webster is speaking at 11
o clock on “Should We Keep Saturday or Sunday?” His 7:30
subject is,.“What Is Death?”
Catholics Convene
Mass at St. Mary’s Catholic
" church is at 8, 9:30, and 10:30, as
usual. Father Leipzig1 will speak
on "Charity.” Newman club will
meet at 7 in the YMCA to dis
cuss just what the Newman club
is, its history, and its purpose.
Rev. Walter J. Fiscus, pastor
of the First Christian church,
Will speak at 11 on "God's An
swer to Troublesome Questioris.”
His 7:30 subject is "Joy in
Temptation.” The University Bi
ble class meets at 9:45 under the
leadership of Dr. Victor P. Mor
997 Oak. Call 651.
The lesson subject at the First
Church of Christ, Scientist, is
“Soul,” for the 11 and 8 o’clock
At the Congregational church
Rev. Williston Wirt is giving a
sermon on Abraham Lincoln en
titled, “The Verdict of the Ages,”
at the 11 o’clock service.
At St. Mary’s Episcopal church
Father Bartlam will be back in
the pulpit to speak at 11 on "Our
Future.” There will be no Can
terbury club meeting tonight.
“Ye May Be Worthy”
The Lutheran churches will
have worship services Sunday as
usual. The Lutheran student
group has disbanded, and Luth
eran students are invited to at
tend the local Luther league
At the Methodist church, Pro
fessor Gertrude Boyd Crane of
Pacific university will preach on
“That Ye May Be Worthy” at the
11 o’clock morning group. At
Wesley Foundation Orville Etter
will lead a discussion on race re
Dr. Norman K. Tully, pastor of
the Central Presbyterian church,
is preaching at 11 on “The Shared
At Westminster house the
morning discussion group is ex
changing views on right and
wrong on the campus. The eve
ning forum will be led by Dr. L.
S. Bee, who is speaking on “Some
Neglected Aspects of a Durable
The AWS of W'SC recommends
that each coed add three hours
of voluntary gym work.
College enrollments are down
nearly 14 per cent from the fall
of 1941.
Oregon DADS.
We are making every effort
possible in supplying your sons
and daughters with our best se
lections of meats.
Phone 38
Eugene Packing
675 Willamette
Oregon Rated
Over Cougars
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in the 300 yard medley relay, the
50 yard freestyle event, the 100
yard freestyle, and the 400 yard
freestyle relay. The freshman
and transfer swimmers that the
Oregon squad has this season are
really assets to the squad espe
cially in the case of this young
freshman, Gautier.
For example in the 400 yard
freestyle relay, a recent time
trial clocked the team of Nelson,
Smith, Gautier, and Hoffman,
with the best time of the season,
3:43.3. Last night in the same
time trial event without Gautier,
the same team was clocked at
3:44. The present Pacific coast
record in this event is 3:42.2, held
by Oregon, which it garnered in
the 1942 season.
This record in the -100 yard
freestyle relay now held by Ore
gon is expected to be broken this
morning. The Oregon squad is in
tent on doing this, which would
repeat the performance of last
Saturday’s meet with Oregon
State, where Ralph Huestis broke
a record that was held by anoth
er Oregon man Jack Dallas in
the 100 yard breaststroke event.
Another record that Coach
Mike Hoyman expects his boys
to break is the event of the 100
yard freestyle. Last Saturday the
Oregon boys fell a wee bit short
of the record mark, but with
the added push and power given
them by this last week's work
outs the boys are going after it
Students will be admitted' to
the pool this morning by student
cards. Dads are invited to accom
pany their daughters and sons to
the meet.
Beavers Batter UO
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which Seeborg matched, and Beck
again clicked, this time from the
floor and the advantage was
stretched to 14 points, 35 to 21.
With eight minutes left the
Beavers enjoyed their largest lead
•—15 points—with the scoreboard
showing, 43 to 27.
OSC Boss Gill then yanked his
regulars and inserted second
stringers. These, alternates didn't
live up to the hot pace set by their
more experienced brothers but
Oregon didn't have the time CO'1 do
more than narrow the margin to
ten points before the timekeeper's
gun cut things short.
The two clubs meet again to
night at McArthur court at S
Indiana university is celebrat
ing its 75th anniversary of .mi
mission of women to its class
Treat Dad to delicious BLUE RKl.lv ice 'cream in
his choice of flavors. Ours are especially prepared
to “hit the spot!" You can't go wrong when you
serve BLUE BELL. It's everybody's favorite.
Dad, Were ^
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Expecting You I
is for Dad’s
12 - 14.
Week-end . ... February
\ is for Abbe, featured speaker at the
Dad’s luncheon.
T~\ is for the dandy basketball g a m e
you’ll see, Oregon vs. OSC.
C is for the Smiles a Million Girl —
^ Dad, you’ll love her!
T"V is for the delicious food you’ll enjoy
while here.
A is for the annual dramatic production,
“The Whole Town’s Talking.”
"V7" is for — You really shouldn't miss
A it ! . . .
AJOK SHOULD YOU miss a chance to;witness
^ the careful preparation of our well-known prod
ucls during-your visit here. We are proud to feature
SISTERS” products.
Eugene Fruit Grower's Association
8th and Ferr-y Phone 1480