Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 27, 1948, Page 3, Image 3

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    -Slides to Show
National Parks
Kodachrome slides of the U. S.
national parks will be shown by J.
C. Stovall of the geography de
partment this afternoon at 4 p.m.
in the browsing room.
Stovall will discuss Yellowstone,
Black Hills, the Bad Lands of Wy
oming, the Grand Canyon, Zion and
Brice parks, Canyon DeChelley,
and many others.
These lectures will be given by
members of the faculty on the last
Tuesday of each month, and are
sponsored by the House Librar
ians association, under the leader
ship of Miss Bernice Rise, readers’
consultant of the library.
The lectures are open to the pub
Candidates ASA
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and brown hair. As a freshman at
. the University, he is a liberal arts
major, but plans a change to bus
iness administration next year. He
played on the freshman football
Five-foot three, with blue eyes
.and dark brown hair, Barbara Stev
enson, Kappa Alpha Theta, ASA
number two candidate, has com
bined activities and scholarship
with a great deal of success, both
at Grant high school and at the
As a student at Grant, she was
secretary of her senior class and
was May fete queen. She was an
officer in several clubs and re
ceived both the Diamond and Jour
nal awards for scholarship.
In her college career, Barbara
has so far been equally busy. Her
GPA for the past term was a near
perfect 3.94. She was president of
her Theta pledge class, chairman
of a “Y” commission, and has
worked on the business staffs of
the Oregana and Emerald. During
Homecoming week she was chair
man of decorations for the Bill
Hayward fish fry.
Her major is liberal arts, and
she enjoys dancing and listening to
Druids Sponsor
Football Movies
Movies of the Oregon-Stanforc
football game played last Novem
ber will be shown in room 20’
Chapman hall tonight. The firsl
showing will begin at 6:30, with £
re-run scheduled at 7:05. There wil
be no admission charge.
Druids, junior men’s honorary is
sponsoring the films. Films of Iasi
year’s Homecoming g^ime with
Oregon State will be shown Febru
ary 3.
Side Fatter
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again too. This time it’s Barbara
Dink who is wearing the DU pin
of Kandy Pblson, and likewise for
Phyllis Chelf and Dick Davies. Al
fa Phi June Cowell, a Montana
transfer now has Bill Duhaine’s
DU pin.
Valentine’s day is the wedding
date chosen by ADPi Rebecca
Bovington and Bill Bales. Tri Delt
Elizabeth Nelson is sporting a big,
handsome rock from SAE Scott
Adams. She announced her en
gagement at a fireside with little
nosegays of the SAE flower, vio
It’s just that PiPhi Ginny Wal
ker and Sigma Nu Darrell Robin
son are together so much that led
people to believe them pinned.
Sorry, my friends, for rushing
tilings a bit!
Chi Psi Dwight Gabbert, presi
dent of the freshman interfrater
nity council, says that when the
grades for the various houses are
compiled, the pledge class with
the highest GPA will get a cup
fer their efforts. Incidentally, you
can keep the cup, whatever house
you are.
Enough of this luff making. I’m
off to the infirmary for a Virus X
cure. Buy your coffee at the Side.
It kills off all sorts of germs.
Varsity Service
i 13th and Hilyard Street
Eugene, Oregon
Candidates ISA
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1 ities today’s freshman class must
have ‘organization, representation,
Outstanding at Oakridge
‘‘Outstanding girl of the senior
class” was the presentation made
Miss Richter when she was gradu
ated from Oakridge high school.
This award was the result of the
popularity and leadership she dis
played in her handling of the posi
tions of student body treasurer,
vice-president of the girls’ league,
and vice-president of the girls’ ath
letic club.
Miss Richter, a brown-eyed, five
foot-five brunette, has kept up her
interest in sports on the campus.
She’s represented Susan Campbell
hall on the volleyball, swimming,
and basketball intramural teams.
This ISA candidate for the num
A friendly place
to meet
Hot Chocolate
Corner 13th and Alder
“Doc” Ireland - Prop.
Satirical French Film
Slated for Chapman
“The Last Millionaire,” French
satirical language film directed by
Rene Clair, will be shown at 8 p.m.
tonight in 207 Chapman hall.
The motion picture will replace
the usual French club meeting
scheduled for Tuesday night. It will
be shown under the auspices of the
ber two position participates in
Wesley house and YWCA activi
ties besides being a member of
WAA and working on the Emerald
night staff. .
Susan Campbell girls have
shown their confidence in Miss
Richter’s abilities by electing her
their representative on the inter
dorm council and an alternate ISA
Romance languages and the audio
visual departments.
Rene Clair is one of the best
known directors of French comedy.
He has directed several films in
Hollywood as well.
The movie stars Paul Olivier,
Max Dearly, Raymond Cordy, and
Renee St. Cyr.
jl 744 E 11 th _Across from Sigma Nu _j|
-Capable Leadership
-Class Unity
-University Co-operation