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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1947)
Kratt to Speak
At Phi Mu j
Dr. Harry K. Newburn, presi
: dent of the University, will wel
' come the delegates to the North
west province convention of Phi
| Mu Alpha Sinfonia, men’s nation
al music fraternity, tomorrow
morning at 9:30.
Convening in the alumni hall of
1 Gerlinger, the delegates will hear
i an opening speech by Dr. Theo«
* (lore Kratt, dean of the school of
music, before considering the ap
1 proval of the convention’s agenda
. and the appointment of commit
i Presiding over the meeting will
I be Walter Welke, northwest prov
; l.nce governor, band director for
| the University of Washington and
! conductor of the Bremerton sym
I phony orchestra. Committees will
I meet tomorrow afternoon, follow
: mg which the initiation of Robert
j Hord, assistant professor of piano
; at the University, will be held',
j Professor Hord will present his
: piano pledge concert for members
i of the fraternity and the faculty
; of the music school after the ini
A banquet will be held tomorrow
it 8 p.m. at the Swedish house
11 staurant. Guest speaker for the
evening will be D. W. Allton, as
; istant professor of music, of the
r chool of music. All Sinfonia alum
li have been invited to attend.
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tional journalism honorary: high
school advisers who have volun
teered their services; and Bob Fra
mer, Mrs. Josephine Moore, Pro
fessor R. C. Hall, Dr. Laurence
Campbell, Mrs. Laurence Camp
bell, Lester Schlangen, Billings,
Heath, Dean George Turnbull, R.
D. Millican, Warren C. Price, J. E.
Turnbull, W. J. Mishler, Carl
Webb, and Warren Hazard.
Honoraries ran impure
Discussion sessions have been
planned for the 36 advisers attend
ing the meet. These groups are un
ter the chairmanship of Wally
Hunter, Professor Alice H. Ernst,
Millican, Dr. Campbell, and Hazard.
Sigma Delta Chi, national pro
fessional journalism honorary, will
■ondnct campus tours, present
i heir fall initiation, and perform a
variety show for the preppers at
file annual banquet Friday evening.
Theta Sigma Phi is in charge of
he advisers' tea at 4 p.m., Friday
>n the Alpha Chi Omega house, 850
i 5th. Wives of school of journalism
faculty men are also invited.
Kirk Braun, president of the
942 convention and now on the
ampits, will preside over the open
ng and closing convocations due
o the absence of officers elected
by last year’s delegates. Patricia
Webber, secretary ot' Theta Sigma
Phi, will act as secretary. None of
ast year's officers were able to
attend the conference this year.
"1 prefer Chesterfields 9-2
because they are easier on both
my purse and throat."
Voted TOPS!—Chesterfield Hie
largest selling cigarette in Am
eriea's colleges (|>\ nation wide
Mrs. Hazel Schwering
w. . ^
| Yesterday’s Emerald inadvertantly carried a picture of the late
Miss Janet Smith, long-time University employment secretary and
founder of the Co-op, instead of the above picture of Mrs. Hazel
Sehwering, late University dean of women. Special exchange din
ners were held in women’s living organizations last night to raise
funds for a special scholarship in memory of Mrs. Sehwering.
Wesley to Assist
| Collection of old clothes for
overseas relief is the purpose of
a ‘‘Rag Bag Drag" planned for
tonight at Wesley house.
Helen McElfresh, chairman, has
requested that all interested stu
dents meet at Wesley at 8 p.m.
to gather old clothes from Eu- |
gene townspeople who have con
The regular open house at Wes
ley, featuring dancing, singing,
and refreshments, will follow the
drive at 10 o’clock.
Miss McElfresh asked that
anyone willing to contrqibute
clothing for' foreign relief call
Wesley house today.
A woman in Iowa admitted shop
lifting a phonograph. Now she’s
got a record.
'Little Girl's Dream'
Chosen as Theme
-A Little Girl’s Dream” has
been chosen as the theme of the Y
freshman commission party to be
held December 9 at 6:45 p.m. at
The Monday commission has
planned entertainment consisting
of choral singing and a play based
on the party theme.
The two Tuesday groups and the
Wednesday group are in charge of
decorations. The Christmas tree is
being decorated by the Thursday
afternoon commission and refresh
ments are being provided by the
Thursday evening commission.
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Cologne 2. 3.50 6.
Perfume Ensemble 3. the set
Other Gift Sets 2.50 5. 6.
Bath Powder 1.75 3.50. Sachet 2.
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