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Campus Hangouts to Feature
Special Mom's Weekend Dinner
Students living off-campus may be confronted with a pro
blem when they entertain their Moms who will be visiting them
Mother’s Weekend. For their benefit and to give all Mothers
reading this, an idea of where they may eat and what they may
see during the three crowded days—May 9, 10 and 11, tire hos
pitality committee for the weekend, headed by Ann Burgess,
has prepared the following information.
You may take Mom to: The Eugene or Osburn hotels.
which will be serving a special din
ner on Mother’s day. George's
Grotto, known for its fish dinners
and lunches, will be open from 6:30
a.m. to 10 p.m.
Featured at Kennedy’s restau
rant are turkey steaks, something
new which may intrigue Mom.
•Across Willamette is the Del Rey;
don’t count on taking Mom there
since it won’t be open -remodeling
East of Willamette on Broad
way one may find Ernie Piluso’s
which will be serving a special
dinner of turkey, steak, chicken or
baked ham on Mother's day.
For you who have cars and wish
to take Mom for a drive, it may be
convenient to stop at Lew and
Ev’s—famous for steaks.
On campus you may take Mom
to. The Side, the Rush Inn, Del’s
or.Rennells. (no need to say where
they are located since most stu
dents enter at least one of these
spots every day.) Take Mom to
one of them; she’ll enjoy the
And, overlooking the Mill Race
is the Anchorage, known to many
for its good dinners and cream
pies. It’s a safe bet that Mom will
want to see the Mill Race.
When you wish to show the
campus to Mom, remember that
the Libe will be open all day Fri
day and Saturday; the Art
museum will be open Saturday
from 3 to 5 p.m.; the natural his
tory museum will be open from
1 to 4 p.m. Friday and on Satur.
Day manager—Bud Carter
Mary Ann Miller
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; day after 1 p.m. and the infirmary
| from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday add
j from 8 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday.
Even though you're.not an art
major, don’t forget to take Mom
j down to the art school which will
j be open all hours. Both the YWCA
I and YMCA will be open both days,
j The Journalism school and the
j University press will be open both
i days also—show Mom the center
of the campus (at least journalism
students think so.)
For you who won’t ■ be able to
show your Mom the spots of inter
est on the campus, a campus tour
has been arranged for 1 o’clock
Saturday. The tour will be con
! ducted by students.
Jim Prior, ADS Head,
Jim Prior, recently elected presi
dent of the University of Oregon
chapter of Alpha Delta Sigma, na
tional professional advertising fra
ternity, has been named as the
chapter's delegate to the national
convention of the fraternity which
will be held in Chicago this June.
Also planning to attend is W. F.
G. Thacher, professor of English
and advertising, who is the national
president of the advertising fra
Russian Film to Head
“The Fall of Berlin,” a Russian- |
made film, will be shown tonight j
in 207 Chapman at 7:30, accord- j
ing to Dick Williams, education
al activities manager. The free
feature-length movie will include
film confiscated from the Nazis,
and shots taken by official pho
tographers of the Russian air
force. The movie was produced by
In July, 1876, Deady hall became
the first building on the University
of Oregon campus.
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