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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 9, 1945)
Various activities offered by
campus religious groups will pro
vide diversion for students while
they prepare for finals in the next
Westminster house will have its
regular pot-luck dinner next Thurs- j
day, beginning at 6 p.m. The last j
regular Sunday morning meeting
of the term will be March 11 at
0:45 a.nr. At their forum Sunday
evening at G:30 Harlow E. Hud
son, instructor in architecture, and
Dr. S. H. Jameson, professor of
sociology, will discuss whether or
not there is a need and a desire
among students for a University
chapel. The forum topic for the
following Sunday has not yet been
Bowling enthusiasts will have
their opportunity tonight at the
Wesley house-sponsored bowling
party. All those wishing to go
should meet at Wesley house by
7:15. Other activities of this organ
“What if we don’t get picked up before
our Sir Walter Raleigh runs out?”
Smokes as sweet
as it smells
“... the qual
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Buy new fresh
fruits and vegetables
at . . .
Former Students; Now
in Service, Visit School
Capt. Wilbur Bishop, who was
j Oregana editor for the 1941 and
1942 editions returned for a visit
j to the campus this week. He is a
squadron leader of a P-47 group
and is teaching flying in California
at the present time.
Lieut. Cosgrove LaBarre, of the
navy, was also a recent visitor.
ization for the rest of the term in- ;
elude a talk Sunday', March 11, by j
Rev. Walter McArthur of Hermi:;
ton, on “Prayer”; an informal tea i
Wednesday afternoon between 4
and 5:30; open house after the!
game March 16; and a, discussion
Sunday night, March 18, on the
topic “Jesus’s Way of Life as Our !
Discussion and refreshments wiii
be the highlights at the regular
meeting of the town and campus
group of the First Christian church j
at the YMCA, 6 p.m., Sunday.
The town and gown group of1
the YWCA will meet at the home
of H. C. Franchere, assistant pro
fessor of English, 891 Twenty-Sec
ond avenue east, Sunday, March
11, at 4 p.m.
Students are urged to take part
in any or all of these activities.
Silver Anklet, Ring
Make Up Indian
An Indian woman's bank ac
count is one of the featured items
in the India exhibit now on display
in the circulation room of the li
brary. The bank account is in the
form of a silver anklet and ring.
When the Indian woman possesses
several of these she takes them to
the bank and turns them in for
Costumes of a well-to-do woman
and that of a coolie brought from
the land of Ghandi, India, as well
as ivory beads fashioned to stimu
late part of the equipment as an
elephant might carry, a black vel
vet purse overlaid with silver, the
domestic shrine of worship and a
copper statue of the goddess of
destruction, are also displayed.
Completing this exhibit, which
was loaned to the library by Mrs.
W. R. Cuthbert of Eugene, are sev
eral books, including, "The Lives
of a Bengal Lancer” by Yeats
Brown, “History of Indian Philos
ophy,” a three-volume set by Das
gupta, and "Ghandi’s Challenge to
Christianity,” by S. K. George.
To Hear Dahlberg
“Indoctrination in War and
Peace” will be the topic of W. A.
DalT'.. rg, associate professor of
specjh and dramatic arts, as guest
s; eaker at the banquet of the Tele
phone Pioneers of America sched
uled for Saturday evening, March
10. in Eugene. The organization,
which is composed of telephone
employees who have been in the
service 21 years or more, is giving
the dinner in honor of Mrs. Zelda
Holdi'idge, who is retiring.
Don't forget to see . . .
The Trojan Women
Written by Euripides All-Student Cast
Special Musical Background
by Arnold Elston
Presented by the University Theatre
March 9 and 10, 8 p.m.
Guild Theatre, Johnson Hall
For reservations ext. 216, 60c inc. tax
ACROSS FROM JOHN STRAUB
Extends best wishes
for success to the Webfeet
in their final games
with Washington State
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Saturday—10:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Reserve Bicycles to be used
on Saturday or Sunday
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It's first on the campus . . .
The careful student insures
the safety of his funds by
placing them in a checking
account . . .
The First National Bank is
at your disposal with quick,
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