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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1947)
MOSCOW, Idaho, Feb. 7—(AP)
—The undefeated University of
Washington swimming team Fri
day swept all first places and set a
new pool record in trouncing the
University of Idaho, 59 to 16.
^ete 'P’owlison of the Huskies
100-yard free style pool record he
Clipped a full two seconds from the
set here in a 1943 duel meet as he
covered the distance in 54.2
It was Washington's third
straight conference victory. The
Huskies meet Washington State,
also undefeated, in Pullman to
300-yard medley relay--won by
^Washington (White, Hill, Trager):
second, Idaho. Time—3:17.8.
220-yard' free style—won by
Follrichv W; second, Mac Arthur,
W; third, Rummer, I. Time—
50-yard free style—won by Lee,
W.; second Anderson, I.; third,
Earl, W. Time—24.6.
Diving—won by Newton, W.;
second Hoff, W.; third Bishop, I.
100-yard free style—won by
Powlison, W.; second, Lyons, I.;
third, Johnson, I. Time—54.2.
150-yard back stroke—won by
White, W.; second, Johnson, I.;
Drop in at your
Near MacDonald Theater
54 W. 10th Phone 3807
Nestor hall house dance tonight
at 9 p.m. in Gerlinger outdoor gym.
Concert in browsing room of li
brary at 4 p.m. Sunday, sponsored
by Mu Phi Epsilon. Mozart’s con
certo for orchestra and organ will
Riding club meeting in 204
Chapman hall Tuesday at 5 p.m.
third, Dinnison, I. Time—1:56.3.
200-yard breast stroke—won by
Cahill, W.; second, Hill, W.; third,
Farmer, I. Time—2:40.9.
440-yard free style—won by
Zema, W.; second, Kopta, W.;
third, Bishop, I. Time—5:39.6.
400-yard free style relay—won
by Washington (Trager, Follrich,
Lee, Powlison); second Idaho.
Local Office Aids Vets
To Gain Subsistences
All veteran trainees enrolled at
the University who have not re
ceived their January 1947 subsist
ence allowance checks, are informed
that the local Veterans Adminis
tration office on the campus is
available and ready to assist them
in receiving their subsistence al
lowance within the earliest possible
Any veteran who has not received
his January 1947 subsistence al
lowance, should contact Philip
Lynch, contact representative, Vet
erans Administration, room 110,
physical education building.
New Kiln Purchased
A new kiln for ceramics has
been purchased by the University,
according to Dean Sydney W.
Little of the school of allied art
The new kiln will be fired by
butane, giving a higher tempera
ture range and a larger capacity
for drying ceramics, the dean ex
Day manager: Don Parker
Layout manager: Joan Millard
Layout staff: Lynn Russell
Jacque Dilley, Phyl Hoffmann
Sales staff: Bob Phillips
Jo Anne Adler, Ted Baker
Typist: Jeannine Macauely
Circulation manager: Ann Hite
Nat’l Adv. manager:
Mary Ellen Davey
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When You Haven't Much
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860 Olive St.
453 Will. St.
To Receive Old Oregon
Students received their first
copies of Old Oregon for Febru
ary in all living organizations Fri
day, Harry Glickman, editor, an
Articles on the Vanport Exten
sion center, the University-adopt
ed Dental school, and the life of
the first University president
sketched by his son are included
in the February issue.
The two-page center spread
features John MacGregor, ’23,
national president of Alpha Tau
Omega fraternity and former
president of the national inter
fraternity council; and January
campus visitor Buck Buchwach,
'42, military editor of the Hono
lulu Advertiser who has received
national prominence on several re
Dr. Harris to Speak
Race relations day will be ob
served Sunday at the Fairmount
Fresbyterian church, East Fifteenth
street and Villard, when Dr. Joseph
Harris of the Westminster founda
tion speaks on “Lincoln’s Relig
There will be special music by
the choir under the direction of
Mary Nash, freshman in music.
Helen Tims, senior in music, will
sing, “Hold Thou My Hand."
Receipts Await Houses
All houses having- booths at the
VVAA carnival are asked to call
for their money at the education
al activities office in McArthur
court. Money not called for by
March 1 will be turned over to
the VVA A.
Theme of Grad's Novel
“A Certain Star,” a novel by
Constance Brown, Oregon gradu
ate of 1£)33, will be published by
Bruce Humphries, Inc. of Boston
on February 17.
Miss Brown has chosen Carolin
Malcolm as a pen name, and the
book will be published under that
The novel is a story of small
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