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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 16, 1947)
A pre-game show will be present
ed Friday evening by the rally
squad, under the direction of Yell
King Tom Hazzard. The program,
scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m., is
for the purpose of entertaining the
audience until the Oregon-Oregon
State game begins at 8, and to in
troduce campus personalities.
The Theta Chi quartet and Evans
Contrell will sing, and several skits
will be presented. The old swing
yell to the rhythm of a Tommy Dor
sey record, prominent at games
several years ago, will be revived
The rally squad is planning simi
lar programs for all home basket
SKI BOOTS for sale, women’s size
6, $10. 23 Airport Homes, 13th
BOARD for men students in pri
vate home. 767 East 15th.
House Librarians Club
To Give Informal Dance
An informal dance will be held by
theHotise Librarians club January
24 at Gerlinger hall from 9 to 11
p.m. Jane Jackson has been named
chairman of the affair.
This will be one of the three term
meetings of the group, Marion Lee
Villiers, social chairman, has an
nounced, and each representative
may bring a date. Campus clothes
will be worn.
Bats are the only native land
mammals in New Zealand
AYhy he late anywhere? You can buy a jew
eled wrist watch at either of our stores, fully guar
anteed, $11.50 to $370.00.
Also one of the most modern equipped and
competent watch-repair departments in the north
west try us next time.
Huff's Jewelry The Jewel Box
827 Willamette 1036 Willamette
._, “Eugene’s Gayest Nite Spot” y—\_
NICHOLS & HALEY
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§r Sensational Tap
jg‘ M. C. and Songs
Billy Hamilton's Orch. ’
Chicken and Steak Dinners
Served from 7 p.m.
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fjHII!! NOTICE: The Holland Now Closed Sundays— -
New Floor Show Starting Each Monday
Parker to Open
Dr. Pierson Parker, of Berkeley,
California, will be the principal
speaker at the one-hour non-denom
inational vesper srevice to be held
in the music auditorium Sunday at
4 p.m. under the auspices of the
University religious council.
Dr. Parker comes to the campus
as a teacher, author, scholar, and
speaker. He now holds the chair of
New Testament and homiletics at
the Church Divinity School of the
Pacific, the Western Episcopal sem
This is the first vesper seervice
of the current school year, under
the sponsorship of the newly or
ganized University religious coun
cil, and follows along closely with
the idea of bringing leading relig
ious personalities to the campus
throughout the year, as well as dur
ing the fall term Religious Empha
Music for the service will be fur
nished by a select group from the
choral union, under the direction of
Donald W. Allton, assistant profes
sor of music.
Students, faculty, and townspeo
ple are invited to this first in a se
ries of new vesper seervices.
Alexander to Exhibit
Weaving and Jewelry
A one-man exhibit of weaving
and jewelry will be held January
19 to February 8 at the ceramic
studios in Portland by Lynn Alex
ander, University student working
on his master’s degree.
A graduate of 1942, Alexander
will exhibit about a dozen large
three-yard weaving samples along
with several smaller patterns and
show several silver rings in the
Alexander has participated in
two previous exhibits, one in pot
tery at the ceramic studio in 1942
and another last spring at Wichita,
Kansas, in the National Ceramic art
show, in which he took first prize
Mu Phis Schedule Talk
W. S. Baldinger, associate profes
sor of art, will speak to the patron
esses of Mu Phi Epsilon Thursday
afternoon on Chinese painting and
Professor Baldinger will use re
cordings of native Chinese music he
collected on the China coast in his!
travels with the merchant marine, j
The talk will also be illustrated with
lantern slides of Chinese paintings.
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