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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 17, 1944)
All mothers of freshmen and
other women interested are invited
to attend the first tea to be given
by the Eugene group of Oregon
mothers in Alumni hall, Gerlinger,
Wednesday, October 18, from 3 to
Mrs. Perry Dolph, from Port
land, president of the Oregon Moth
ers state organization, will wel
come new members. A talk on the
Oregon mothers scholarships and
student loan fund will be given by
Dean Karl W. Onthank.
The officers of the Oregon Moth
ers club are Mrs. C. A. Hunting
ton, president; Mrs. L. W. Mane
rud, vice-president; and Mrs. M. N.
Pengra, treasurer. Mrs. William
Tugman and Mrs. V. H. Davis are
co-chairmen of the social commit
tee, Mrs. K. L. Carlisle and Mrs.
B. H. McGillikuth are on the hos
pitality committee. Scholarship
parties fund committee will be di
rected by Mrs. George Hopkins and
the rummage sale will be directed
by Mrs. C. L. Huffaker. In charge
of the December luncheon are Mrs.
Howard Boyd and Mrs. L. W.
Manuerud. Mrs. Marvin Warlick is
program chairman and Mrs. Ar
thur Ruhndorf heads the decora
Marine, Former Duck,
Returns to States
After 22 months with a marine
battalion overseas, Sgt. Russell
Combest, 27, a former University
student, is back in the United
A week after Pearl Harbor Ser
geant Combest enlisted in the ma
rine corps. He is now in San Diego
at the marine reclassification anti
Miss Tyler Named
Mortar Board Adviser
Dr. Leona Tyler, assistant pro
fessor of psychology, has been
selected a stlie new adviser for
Mortar Board, senior women's hon
orary, Gerd Hansen, president, an
At the same time it was revealed
that the Mortar Board Hallowe'en
party originally scheduled for Octo
ber 27 had been cancelled because
of conflicting dates.
Amphibian tryouts will be held
today at 4 at the Gerlinger pool.
All interested students are asked
Tryouts for parts in the new
Guild hall production will be held
today at 7:30 in Chapman hall.
An all freshman social get to
gether will be held today at 4 at
Westminster house. Refreshments
and dancing. All freshmen urged to
There will be a Kwama meeting
today at 4:30 in the Alpha Phi
house. No uniforms are to be worn.
Geology Head to Speak
Before Town Hall Group
Warren D. Smith, head of the
geology department, will speak on
his experiences in Washington,
D.C., this summer at the meeting
of the Little Town Hall group at
the First Congregational churcn,
October 18, at 8.
“Mr. Smith Went to Washing
ton’’ is the subject of the talk and
all members of the discussion
group and students interested are
promised an “enjoyable meeting"
by the Town Hall committee.
(Continued front page one)
ing to the assembly, including the
full program, will be published in
“This is only a start,” an officer
of the BINFSAOMUO declared.
“University men will take a more
active part in student affairs this
year than at any time since the
beginning of the war. That’s why
campus males are whole-heartedly
backing the BINFSAOMUO pro
(Continued from page one)
As soon as the cabinet positions
are filled, permanent committee
chairmen for this year will be ap
The ISA March of Dimes is
scheduled for completion by Octo
ber 23. All Independents should
give their ten cent donations to
their senator before that date.
Students at the College of New
Rochelle (N.Y.) have enrolled in a
class in postwar rehabilitation and
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Mary McClintic, night editor
Tuesday Advertising Staff:
Mary McClintic, day manager
U. S. Senator
(Continued from page one)
Smith and Willis Mahoney, will
appear on the program with Ly
tell when he speaks to Lane coun
ty Democrats at the Woodmen of
the World hall at 7:30 p.m. Thurs
day. A rally, refreshments, and
dancing to Art Holman’s orchestra
will follow the speeches. The Uni
Young Democrats group is assist
ing the Lane county Democratic
central committee in presenting
the program and Sahlstrom urges
that all Democratic students at
Lytell, former Rhodes scholar
and member of the justice depart
ment, is giving a series of talks
throughout the west.
(Continued from page one)
new membership plans. Bob Stiles
and Ervin Webb, both sophomore
cabinet members, were appointed
1o promote publicity and ideas.
A. F. Hoimer, city YMCA secre
tary and University “Y” adviser,
urged the cabinet to bring in “pros
pectives,” show them the lounge
and facilities placed at their dis
“The ‘Y’ is a place to relax,
play and study, and find good com
panionship,’’ Adviser Hoimer said.
Hungarian goulash is unknown
WEBFEET ! !
Before the rain
('.et your coats
Saddle Horses for Hire—
One-half mile north at overheard crossing.
Take 4-Corners bus — Watch for sign.
Hayrides a Specialty
FAIRBANKS RIDING STABLE
Pacific War Time
Oct. 16—NBC and Blue.... 7:00 p.m.
Oct. 18—Blue .6:30 p.m.
Oct. 24—NBC .7:30 p.m.
Oct. 25—CBS.6:30 p.m.
Oct. 27—CBS.6:30 p.m.
Oct. 31—NBC __6:30 p.m.
Nov. 1—NBC...6:30 p.m.
Nov. 4—NBC and CBS .... 7:30 p.m.
Nov. 6—4 major networks 8:00 p.m.
Oct. 17—Blue __ 8:00 p.m.
Oct. 27—CBS__6:30 p.m.
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