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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 12, 1947)
Plans for the proposed organi
zation of a Channing discussion
group on the campus and the re
activation of the Eugene Unitarian
church will be among the subjects
considered at Thursday and Friday
evening meetings of the board of
trustees, committees, faculty mem
bers, and students at the 11th and
Ferry street Unitarian ^lurch.
Rev. Harold K. Shelley, pastor of
the First Unitarian church of Ta
coma, will deliver a short sermon
and preside at the business meet
ing and potluck dinner on Thurs
day, November 13, at 6:30 p.m.
Plans and resolutions considered
at the Thursday business meeting
will be discussed and passed upon
by all interested persons who at
tend the general meeting which
Will be held at the church on Fri
day, November 14 at 6:30 p.m.
Accomplishments of the recently
concluded general conference of the
American Unitarian association at
Washington, D. C., will be dis
cussed by Rev. Shelley who attend
ed the meeting as the regional
northwest conference representa
tive and reported on the growth of
Unitarian activities in the North
west since the last general con
7:30 p.m.: Catholic inquiry class
in the. parlor of Sacred Heart hos
7:45 p.m.: One World club at
YMCA, Captain Hsu to speak.
9 p.m.: Jive night at Wesley
. . . and it’s quick to fix!
'Miss Vogue' Candidates Told
Complete listing of“Miss Vogue”
candidates was released yesterday
by Nancy Peterson and Trudi
Chernis, contest chairmen.
They include: Gloria Grimson,
Alpha Chi Omega; Ruby Bienert,
Alpha Delta Pi; Mary Lou Tim
mons, Alpha Gamma Delta; Gloria
Harrington, Alpha hall; Betty Cox,
Alpha Omicron Pi; Joyce Strick
land, Alpha Phi.
Joyce Green, Alpha Xi Delta;
June Pitzgibbons, Chi Omega;
Gloria Merten, Delta Delta Delta;
Isabel Young, Delta Gamma; Nor
Due January 1
Dr. A. H. Kunz, head of the
chemistry department, announced
that applications for the Univer
sity of Oregon dental school are
now being accepted. Application
blanks are available in room 1, Mc
Clure hall. They must be sent in
before January 1.
The dental school will send a rep
resentative to Eugene in Decem
ber to conduct a general question
and answer session. Announcement
of the exact date will be made
Representatives of the dental
school will be on the campus for
personal interviews with candi
dates for admission sometime af
ter the middle of January.
July 1, 1946, the state system
took over the Pacific dental school
in Portland, and it became affil
iated with the University.
Donna Mary Brennan
Kloh Ann Mayer
Villard hall was built on a budget
of $25,000 plus $5,000 for furnish
In 1885 public transportation in
Eugene was by 8 mule-drawn cars.
Er-'ene had 13 miles of paved
streets in 1920.
ma McKeegan, Delta Zeta; Rae
Ballif, Gamma hall.
Elaine Sherwood, Gamma Phi
Beta; Beverlee Sloan, Gerlinger
hall; Joyce Hansen, Hendricks
hall; Florence Inglis, Kappa Alpha
Theta; Jane Hull, Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Vera McClum, Orides;
Bev Pitman, Pi Beta Phi.
Donna Neville, Sigma Kappa;
Carol Nygard, Susan Campbell
hall; Mary Prosser, University
house; Joan McKenna, Zeta hall;
Ethel Oneg, Zeta Tau Alpha.
High Cost of Pictures
(Continued from page two)
umpteen times the rate a Eugene
theater owner pays.
I don’t know what all this
proves, but it indicates a couple
of things to me. One, that many
theater owners are arbitrarily
charging more than they have to
to make a fair profit, and two,
that a continuation of the pres
ent policy—charging full fare for
bum movies and raising the ante
on the occasional good one—is
going to result in a lot of people
conscientiously staying away
from the theaters whenever they
have reason to believe they are
Well, there are more pleasant
things to think about. Picture of
the week in Eugene is obviously
“Great Expectations.” A typi
cal Dickens plot doesn’t detract
from this finely acted, admirably
staged film. The first reel alone
is worth the price of admission,
and it’s a pleasure to be able to
This is how pulpwood logs are
transported by water in Canada’s
big pulp industry. Logs are as
sembled in Lake Superior bays,
“packaged” by a loop of logs
chained together, and towed to
mills. Long lines behind the
tug are also chained logs, and
a small boat can be seen at left,
following along in case of a
break. About 41,000 persons are
employed in Canada’s pulp in
dustry. A new record output of
4.4 million tons of newsprint is
predicted for 1947.
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Keeps Fabrics Fresh
Colors Clear j
Mu Phi Pledges
Mu Phi Epsilon, national music
sorority, pledged Shirley Gay Wil
liams, sophomore in music, last
week at Gerlinger. Miss Williams
is a member of the band and or
As reported in last year’s Emer
ald the average coed wears a size
Before the i
Trip to Stanford
stop at i
VARSITY SERVICE STATION
706 E. 13th Street g
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Date up Dinalt
brings you the first lady
of popular song
IN TWO GREAT ALBUMS OF HER SMASH-HITS
"A DATE WITH DINAH'*
"I’ve Got You Under My Skin”, "Dixie", "can’t
Help Lovin’ Dat Man”, "The Kerry Dance", "The
Thrill Is Gone”, "After I Say I’m Sorry”, “There’ll
Be Some Changes Made", "They Didn’t Believe
Me” Columbia C-125
"St. Louis Blues", "Tess’s Torch Song”, (“I
Had A Man") from “Up In Arms", “Bill" from
“Show boat", "When A Woman Loves A Man”
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