Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 27, 1948, Page 7, Image 7

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    iTorbes to Speak
To History Club
* John Ripley Forbes, director of
•* the Oregon museum in Portland,
.who has built a coast-to-coast
chain of fr%e children’s museums
”* will speak on museum and show
•movies at the regular meeting of
„ the natural history society to be
held at 207 Chapman hall, at 8 p.m.
After he was graduated from
* Bowdoin college, Forbes began or
l ganizing a project for children only
and caused a new trend and en
thusiasms in museums for children.
' After much activity in this field,
. he spent all of his free time on the
first Hornaday foundation project.
He has organized and reorgan
* ized many museums, his last effort
being in Portland where he is or
. ganizing and gaining public inter
est in a big museum of science and
* The public is invited to attend
the Thursday lecture.
* Night Staff:
Betty French
- Martha Bramlett
Dean Blankenburg, night editor
R. H. M.
Forty-five per cent of American
- housewives clean their own rugs.
Noon: Red Cross cabinet meeting
at room 11 Friendly
Noon: YWCA cabinet meeting
at the YMCA.
Noon: Westminster house discus
sion meeting.
2 p.m.: Delta Sigma Rho pic
tures for Oregana on steps of
Chapman hall.
4 p.m.: Oregana workers picture
for Oregana in front of art mu
4 p.m.: Alpha Kappa Delta
meeting at 107 Oregon.
4 p.m.: House librarians’ lecture
at browsing room at library.
4pm.: Old Orecon layout staff
in Old Oregon office to receive re
vised March layout instructions.
All interested attend.
6:30 p.m.: Dads’ day committee
heads meeting at Pi Phi house.
6:30 p.m.: Wesley players’ meet
eing at Wesley house.
6:30 p.m.: Kwama election meet
ing at Chi Omega house.
6:45 p.m.: Newman club meeting'
at YMCA.
7 n ’ • “Songspiration” at
Roosevelt junior high. College stu
dents invited.
7:30 p.m.: Symposium meeting of
members of “High Cost of Living”
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UNiveasiry op
“Have a pack of Dentyne. It’s fine after meals!” :
“Just as I reached my boiling point I gave
the chef a pack of Dentyne. That got me
out of the royal stew fast! Naturally—be
cause Dentyne's keen, delicious flavor al
ways makes friends fast! Dentyne also
helps keep teeth white!’’
Dentyne Gum—Made Only By Adams
Speech Entries
Due February 2
Students interested in trying out
for the annual peace oratorical are
urged to contact K. E. Montgo
mery of the speech and drama de
partment. According to Montgo
mery, the local entrants must have
copies of their orations turned in
to him by February 2.
The peace contest, sponsored an
nually by the National Peace as
sociation, is open to any shcool
nroviding a local elimination con
test with three or more entrants.
The topic this year is “Pea"e
Through World Government." The
orations must be limited to ten
minutes or 1400 words. The choice
of specific subject material is left
to the discreation of the orator.
Rex Gunn, junior in English, won
the state contest last year, and hir
oration was placed second in na
tional competition. This year the
state contest is set for February
19 at Pacific university, Forest
Grove. First prize in state compet
ition is §50 with lesser amounts of
fered for second and third place
and “World Government" groups
at 107 Friendly. Plans for Linfield
tournament will be discussed.
7:30 p.m.: "University Meeting
of the Air” at room 3, Fenton.
7:45 p.m.: Christian Science or
ganization meeting at YWCA.
8 p.m.: Dames business meeting
and card party at YMCA. All vet
erans’ wives invited.
9 p.m.: “Significant Ideas of the
Bible” class at Westminster house.
Spanish Club Sees
Hat Dance Routine
At a meeting of the Spanish club
on January 22, Miss Margaret Mo
ran, girls’ physical education in
structor, and Miss Cassie Hyde,
junior in foreign language, gave a
demonstration to the club mem
bers of the Mexican hat dance, "Ja
rabe Tapatio.”
After the demonstration the
members were instructed how to
do the dance, and in the next meet
ing planned for February 5, Thurs
day, at 7 p.m. in the sunporch of
Gerlinger hall, more details and
further instruction of the dance
will be given.
All students interested in Span
ish are invited to attend the meet
The number of college students
this year is estimated at nearly
2,250,000, 60 per cent more than
in 1940 and four times as many as
in 1920.
Agricultural experts say that
“lots of clean, warm drinking wa
ter” will prevent a drop in winter
milk production.
KORE, of course
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YWCA Arranges
Religion Discussion
Student religious views will be .
discussed with the YWCA religious
discussion group today at 4 p.m.,
according to Chairman Beryl How- j
ard. {
Lois Greenwood, executive direc- 1
tor of the YWCA, is leading the
discussion. Her remarks will be j
based upon answers made to ques- '
tionnaires that the members filled
out last week.
The group is meeting at the Y at
3:50 and then going to the home of
Mrs. Paul Ellis, 1442 East Thir
teenth. The religious discussion
group is open to all women stu
dents. It meets at 4 p.m. each Tues
Chairman Requests
| Membership Data
v membership chairmen have
requested to turn in their
cards and money to th YWCA im
mediatelly, according to member
ship chairman Nila Desinger.
ThA drive officially ended Janu
ary 12, and membership totals can
not be determined until this mat
erial has been returned.
"Any women who were not con
tacted during the drive, may join
the Y by coming to the YWCA
office,” Miss Desinger said.
Membership is one dollar and en
titles one to participate in all Y
activities and to vote in Y elec
yjLm his -
21st at W. Burnside
Openning Saturday night
Jan. 31st
Admission $1.00 Sat.
$.60 weekdays
'Smarty Party*’
Snvites 75 Girls
Mortar Board will honor fresh
man women who earned GPA's of
5.00 or better at the annual Smarty
party, between 7 and 8 p.m. to
night. Short silks will be in order
for this affair, to be held in alumni'
hall, Gerlinger.
President Helen Hicks announce! V
that 75 girls are qualified to attend.
Phi Theta will assist in serving'.
Hunter to Give Speech
Don Hunter of the audio-visual
department will speak to Alpha
Kappa Delta at 4 p.m. in 107 Ore
gon. The subject of his talk will bo
audio-visual aids as related to so
In Florida, it is illegal to give a
member of your family or a friend
a manicure, hair-do or shampoo.
The state beauty culture law pro
hibits unregistered persons from
practicing beauty culture with c.r
without pay.
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