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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 14, 1948)
Parings for the Dean Hazel P.
Schwering exchange dinners, which
are to be held Wednesday evening,
were announced yesterday. They
Alpha Chi Omega and Alpha
hall; Alpha Delta Pi and Univer
sity house; Alpha Gamma Delta
and Zeta'Tau Alpha; Alpha Xi
Delta and Alpha Omicron Pi; Al
pha Phi and Gamma Phi Beta;
Chi Omega and Ann Judson house;
Delta Delta Delta and Zeta hall;
Delta Gamma and Hendricks hall.
Gamma hall and Sigma Kappa;
Highland house and Delta Zeta;
Kappa Alpha Theta and Susan
Campbell hall; Kappa Kappa Gam
ma and Orides; Pi Beta Phi and
Susan Campbell hall; Rebec house
Notables to Appear
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 13—More
than 60 persons, including mov
ie figures, union leaders, a cler
gyman and a news writer, were
ordered today to appear before
State Senate Un-American ac
t ivities committee next week. In
cluded in the Hollywood contin
gent were: Ira Gershwin, song
writer; J. Edward Bromberg, ac
tor-producer; Bose Hobart, ac
tress, and Roman Bolinen, actor.
To Address Dads
Governor John H. Hall will ad
dress Oregon Dads at their
luncheon at noon today in John
Bob Hemingway, editor
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a late evening
snack with your
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8 p.m.: Drop in at Westminster
house. Records, singing, sociability.
10 p.m.: Date night and open
house at Wesley house.
9:15 a.m.: Westminster house
discussion group. Coffee and rolls.
9:15 a.m.: Lutheran Student as
sociation Sunday school class at
99:30 a.m.: Wesley college Sun
day school class at First Metho
5 p.m.: Buffet supper at Wesley
5 p.m.: Lutheran Student asso
ciation at YWCA.
0 p.m.: Westminster Sunday eve
6:30 p.m.: “University of Life”
discussions at Wesley house.
9:30 p.m.: Fireside sing at West
Designer to Speak
(Continued (row pat/e one)
chairman, at 212 Friendly; Chil
dren’s Theatre, Doris Smith, Port
land Civic theater, chairman, at C
Quonset 2; and Business and Pro
motion, Arlington Crum, Portland
Civic theatre, chairman, at 18
The delegates will adjourn for
lunch and return at 2:30 p.m. to the
music auditorium for the final gen
eral assembly with Horace W. Rob
inson, University of Oregon, chair
Other Speakers Slated
In addition to Simonson, Glenn
Hughes, University of Washing
ton, will speak on “Commercialism
in the University Theatre”; and
Hubert Heffner, Stanford univer
sity, will talk on “Responsibilities
of the Educational Theatre.”
A semi-formal buffet banquet
with W. A. Dahlberg, University
of Oregon, toastmaster, at the Eu
gene hotel at 6 p.m. will climax
the conference. Phi Beta, music
dramatic honorary, will provide
entertainment. Delegates again
may be guests to the University
Theatre guild production of “The
Adding Machine” and the Eugene
Very Little Theatre production of
“The Night of January 16th.” Cur
tains rise at 8 and 8:15 p.m. re
BERLIN, Feb. 13—Russia set up
a German administration in its oc
cupation zone today in a move
which emphasized the split between
East and West and ended immedi
ate hope of a unified regime for all
Germany. Marshal Vassily D. So
kolovsky, Soviet commander in
chief, announced the Russian de
cision which follows the lead the
United States and Great Britain
gave in establishing a German eco
nomic administration regime in
their combined western zones.
LONDON, Feb. 13—Amid the
noisy diplomatic battle between the
East and West, Russia has quietly
opened negotiations in London for
multi-million dollar purchases of
British industrial and scientific
equipment to implement the recent
Anglo-Russian trade pact. Au
thoritative sources said the perma
nent Russian trade delegation here
opened discussions with represen
tatives of British industries and the
board of trade for placing orders
within the scope of the agreement.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 13—Ma
jor changes in the government’s
program for supporting farm
prices were proposed today in a
tentative senate bill.
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two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day
irior to publication.
Still No Visitors
In the infirmary this weekend
are: Luwayne Er.gwall, Mary Bris
tol, Lena Lou Pope, Mercedes Had
ley, Margaret Wells, Barbara Ben
ning, Dorothy Dougan, Priscilla
Blanchard, Roy Lint, Roy Waters,
Margaret Scandling, Audrey Bran
den, Jim Myres, Harry Sturges,
Vincent Dulcich, Marvin Hill, Mayo
Goffard, Glen Hendricks, Bill Col
gan, Paul Huntzinger, Gaylor
Vaughn, Dean Sclinaible, Douglas!
Heider, Hugh Cairns, and William 1
Gross. There are to be no visitors \
at the infirmary until further no
ROOM: Available in McChesney
hall. Call Bill McGuire, Ext 383.
LOST: Evans combination lighter
cigarette case. Initialed L. O.
Reward. Call Laura Olson 2900.
Who is Sylvia—what is she?
Heaven such grace did send her!
She charms the birds right off
And gals ivill even lend her
WHEN PUTTING THE TOUCH
Ask for $6.00 more and
0 : GAN..
HE'LL ENJOY IT, TOO
on sale at
Educational Activ ities Office.