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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 19, 1944)
Marion Huff’s Purity boys con
tinue to maintain a strong foot
hold on first place honors after
defeating Alder hall 7-0 in the first
game of a double header Saturday.
In the nightcap, Boyd’s eked out a
1-0 victory over Kappa Sigma in
overtime play after both teams had
played scoreless ball for. Jour quar
In another overtime game, Tues
day, Sigma Nu defeated Campbell
club 7-6. Campbell club scored in
the last ten seconds of the first
half with Forrest Miller racing
down the sidelines for 40 yards and
a touchdown. In the last quarter
Sigma Nu unleashed a powerful
aerial attack with Ben Barton in
the tailback spot.
Excellent interference enabled
Bill O’Hearn to cut his way
through the Campbell club’s de
fense and continue on for a touch
for Friday Delivery
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Local Talent Sought
For ASUO Assemblies
Jim McGregor, who was re
cently appointed by the ASUO
to secure a list of the available
student talent, has requested
that all house presidents pre
pare such a list from their re
spective organizations for col
lection by Thursday.
down in the last 30 seconds of play.
A long pass from Barton to O'
Hearn in the overtime period won
the game for Sigma Nu.
The second game Tuesday after
noon saw Kappa Sig upset Alder
hall 2-0 in one of the closest games
of the year.
Five New Pledges
Five newly-initiated girls’ have
been seen “all smiles” on the cam
pus this week. They are: Alpha
Chi Omega’s Charlotte Kaufman,
and Alpha Phi’s Mimi Hoover, and
Sigma Kappa’s Pat Gentry, and
Elizabeth Howes were initiated the
weekend of October 6.
All pressing and re-tying of
ribbons has ceased, except for the
Delta Gamma pledges, who will
soon add the missing link to the
chain. Chi Omega was the first
house to hold formal pledging. The
rest followed suit, ending Tuesday
night, with the Gamma Phi
pledges, whose ribbons were ac
Politics Ain't Poetry
Bricker gave us his report,
And Truman stopped off here,
But frankly I think I’ll support
Mister H. Franchere.
GREEN Parker 51 pen last week
on campus. Large reward. Call
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Patsy Maloney, night editor
Thursday Advertising Staff:
Jackie Kenfield, day manager
Mary Anne Hansen
Born to Jack Staffords
Jonathan Stafford, a great
grandson of John Straub, for whom
John Straub hall is named, was
born recently to Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Stafford of Portland.
Jack, University of Oregon art
student in 1938 and Portland archi
tect, is the son of Orin Stafford,
head of the chemistry department
for many years.
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pected to contribute some time to
this work each week, following
last year’s tradition begun by Carol
Wicke, former Red Cross head.
Girls are urged to begin work Sat
urday, and their houses will receive
credit for each hour spent making
According to Miss Rasmussen,
all workers must abide by the na
tional Red Cross rules. These are:
each girl must bring something
with which to cover the hair; a
fresh dress or clean blouse, other
than that worn on the campus,
must be brought to wear only while
working; and each worker must
wash her hands before work.
The following girls are surgical
dressing instructors: Nancy Car
lyle, Mary Stanley, Phyllis Dono
van, Evelyn Stephens, Charlotte
Wicke, Mary K. Minor, Barbara
Reichling, and Dorothy Rasmussen.
Every Saturday Nigh
9 ’til 12
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* Powder blue
Grey nubby pullovers
Brown nubby pullover
Sea green nubby pullovers
Aqua nubby pullovers
Pine leaf green cable stitched pullover
Red cable stitch pullover
Maize cable stitch pullover
Black boxy pullover
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No Sir! We feature white sheep only! -
That’s just another way of saying that
everything we have here in our store is as near
top-notch as possible ... the very best quality
for your money.
For pennies are precious today and must
be spent wisely, carefully, thoughtfully .. 2
and spent only for things you’re sure will last.1
That’s why we’ve made it a point to have
here for your selection top names in everything
• •. names that through the years have proved
their worth . . . names like Printzess, for over
half a century, a mark of fine tailoring inside
Look for these names when you shop here.
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