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Between 1,000 and 1,500 ballots,
containing resolutions drawn up by
the 1947 Pacific Northwest College
Congress, were distributed to Uni
versity living organizations last
night by members of the Interna
. tional Relations club and Druids,
junior men’s service honorary.
Completed ballots will be picked
up either tonight or tomorrow morn
According to Ted Hallock, one of
Oregon’s delegates to the 1947 con
gress, only about 200 ballots were
completed at a special assembly
held Tuesday night in McArthur
court. An all-out effort is being
made to turn in as many ballots as
Completed ballots will be sent to
FNCC headquarters in Portland for
tabulation with ballots from 33 oth
er colleges and universities in Ore
gon, Washington, Idaho, Montana,
Alaska, and British Columbia. Ap
proved resolutions will be presented
to the U. S. delegation at the gen
eral assembly of the United Na
tions at Lake Success, N. Y., prob
ably in September.
Last year, Lois McConkey Put
nam of the University of Oregon
and Troy Strong of College of Pu
get Sound, represented the PNCC
at Lake Success.
11th & Ferry
Rev. \V. B. Maier, pastor
Church School, 9:45 a.m.
Worship Service at 11 a.m.
Gamma Delta for Lutheran students
and friends, Sunday, 0 p. m.
10th Ave. at Pearl
Rev. Norman K. Tally, Pastor
Servicemen, Students, and visitors
cordially welcomed at Divine Worship
1166 Oak Street
Hugh N. McCallum, Pastor
University Classes, 9 :4S a.m.
Dr. \ ictor P. Morris, teacher
Town and Campus G roup, 6:15
Bible Breakfast Forum, 9:40 a.m.
(donuts and coffee)
Worship Services, 11 a.m., 7 :.i0 p.m.
4«0 13th Ave. East
Wesley Goodsou Nicholson, Minister
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
Mary S. Grubbs _
Director of Student Work
Student Supper, 6 p.m.
ST. maryts ESPICOPAL
Rev. E. S. Bartlam. Rector
Rev. Hal R. Gross. Student Pastor
Services at 8 and 11
Wednesday at 7 a.m. at Gerlinger Hall
Canterbury Club, 5 :30 at Church
12th and Willamette
1,. O. Griffith, Minister
Robt. .1. Bull. Assoc. Pastor
Morning Worship, 11 a.m.
Youth Fellowship, 6:30
Wesley House, on campus
Dave Seaman, director
Student supper, 5 :30
Recital, 6:30 _
Discussion Group, 7 :Q0
FIRST CHURCH OF
A Branch of The Mother Church,
T c First Church of Christ. Scientist
in Boston. Massachusetts
12th and Oak Streets
S tv ices Sunday 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Similar School tit 6:30 a.m.
Testimonial Meeting Wednesday
Reading Room. So West Broadway
To Pledge 12
Phi Delta Phi, international legal
fraternity, has announced the
pledging of 12 law students, eight
freshmen and four sophomores. The
new pledges are Call M. Brophy,
Neil Brown, Avery A. Combs, Wil
liam D. Cramer, Douglas L. Hay,
Henry Hess Jr., Robert C. McDon
ald, William Jackson, James E.
Schiller, Ronald W. Husk, James
G. Richmond, and Lamar Tooze.
Initiation will be held April 19,
after which the new memlperts will
be honored at the organization’s an
nual banquet. Principal speaker for
the occasion will be Arthur D. Hay,
associate justice of the Oregon su
Frosh Glee committee meeting at
4 p.m. upstairs in the Side.
Freshman YWCA commission tea
for housemothers at the Y bunga
low from 4 to 5 p.m.
Junior Weekend float parade
meeting to draw partners at 4 p.m.
in the back room of Rennell’s.
Dancing from 8 to 10:30 p.m. at
the YMCA house. All students in
Wesley house carnival from 7 to
12 p.m. at the First Methodist
church, 1185 Willamette street.
Westminster open-house party
from 8 to 12 p.m.
Heads of Houses meeting at alum
ni hall, Gerlinger at 4 p.m.
Sigma Delta Pi, Spanish honor
ary, will hold a business meeting at
4 p.m., Tuesday in room 215 Friend
ly hall. All members are urged to
attend since new members will be
elected at that time.
Language Class Shows
Three Japanese Films
Three Japanese movies, spon
sored by the Japanese language
class under the direction of Laur
ence LeSage, assistant professor of
language, will be shown in room 102
physical education building on
April 15 at 4 p.m.
The films, which are being se
cured through the audio-visual de
partment of the University, include
“Japan in Cherry Blossom Time,”
“Inland Empire,” and “Imperial
Copy Desk Staff:
Walt McKinney ■
It is traditional foe- freshmen
men to massage the Oregon seal
with tooth brushes during Junior
FOR SALE Convertibles, 41
Chew., $1550.00, 40 Ford $1350;
both excellent condition. George
Johns, 849 E. 11th.
FOR SALE Pasche tilt top artist
table. Nearly new. 1031 Mill.
FOR SALE: 1939 Plym. 4 door
sed. $900. Good cond. J. Mackin
ster, 2134 Fairmount.
LOST: Black Sheaffer Fountain
pen. Reward. Dorothy Zerzan,
210 Oregon Bldg.
FOR SALE: By owner, 3 mi. from
center Eugene, new finished
three room house, garage on 1 j
A. lot; plaster walls, water,
electricity, sidewalks, in grow
ing community; complete bath,
utility room, $4950, terms. In
quire K. L. Davis after 5:30.
954 W. 3rd, Eugene.
Wesley Fete to Up
Gome Room Fund
It's carnival time Friday night at
the First Methodist church, 1185
Willamette street, from 7 to 12 p.m.
Proceeds from the fete, sponsored
by the Wesley Foundation, will be
used toward a new recreation room
for Wesley house.
Twelve carnival booths will oper
ate continuously .while movies and
a puppet show will be held every
half hour. The variety show, under
the chairmanship of Wayne Sher
wood, will take place at 9:30 p.m.
Members of the general carnival
committee include: Stan Nystrom,
Ken Neal, Larry Sharinghousen,
Emil Settlage, Jane Bunch, Betty
Lou Reynolds, Marcia Summers and
Math Staff Trio in B.C.
In Biitish Columbia are T. S. Pe
ters and F. Wood, associate pro
fessors of mathematics, and Walter
Gilbert, graduate student in mathe
matics, who are attendir, g a region
al meet of the Mathematical Asso
ciation of America. The two-day
event ending April 11 is the first
since war curtailment.
University House Girls
To the “early birds” who hap
pened to be awake at 6 a.m. on
Thursday, maybe a little explana
tion is due as to the strange pro
cession of University coeds who
were walking downtown at that
After some investigating on the
matter, it was found that 30 girls
from University House decided to
have breakfast at Ernie Piluso’s
restaurant before seeing one of
their members, Mildred “Clem”
Clemens, off on the train for her
home in Salt Lake-City.
Everyone agreed after break
fast that they ought to have these
“deals” more often because of the
way it changed everyone’s usual..
..unpleasant morning mood. In
spite of it all, “Clem" did get off
on time and some of the crowd
even got back in time for their 8
o’clocks and others for their 9
Steve Gann, night editor
Barbar a Murphy
Mary Esther Brock
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* CULOTTES.in hard finish cotton gabar
dine . . . all colors.
* SHIRTS.colorful Slieperd Knitwear.
* SLEEVELESS COVERALLS for “Farmerettes” who
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100', all-wool, long sleeves .were 9.95 NOW 5.95
Cardigan style, all.-wool, long sleeves were
14.95 NOW 8.95
Blazer, all-wool, long sleeves in blue and red
were 15.95 NOW 9.95
Alleulors . . . ail sizes were 1.95 anil 3.9a
NOW 1.35 and 1.95
187 EAST BROADW AY 3 doors from Piluso’s
Wallace, Pepper to Run
WASHINGTON, April 10 (AP<
—Emphatic belief that both Hi^y- _
A. Wallace and Senator Claude ! s
Pepper will campaign for the
Democratic ticket in 1948 was ex- \
pressed by President Truman to- |
IM Managers Notice
Intramural sports managers
are reminded by the intramural
office to pick up score cards at
the physical education office be
fore each match.
In July, 1876, Deady hall became
the first building on the University
of Oregon campus.
The first football game was
played at the University of Oregon
in 1896. r | '
John Wesley -Johnson was the
first president of the University of
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"SIGN OF THE
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'Alias Mr. Twilight"
with MICHAEL DUANE
and TRUDY MARSHALL
"I'LL BE YOURS"
with Sydney Greenstreet
Peter Lorre, Joan Lorring
"Child of Divorce"
with Sharyn Moffett
‘WEST of The ALAMO”