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9 a.m. General session and busi
ness meeting at the Guild Thea
tre, Johnson hall.
10-11 a.m. Divisional meetings:
High School — Guild Theatre,
University A Quonset, 1.
Community or Civic C Quon
j set, 2.
ill a.m. Sectional meetings:
Technical—A Quonset, 1
■ Direction Guild Theatre, John
Playwriting —212 Friendly
Children’s Theatre C Quonset,
Business and Promotion- IS
2:30 p.m. General session—music
!' school auditorium
0-7:30 p.m. Buffet banquet, Eu
8 p.m. “The Adding Machine/1
, Guild Theatre. Johnson hall.
>8:15 p.m. “The Nigiit of January
16th," Eugene Very Little Thea
Wesley to Hold
A 20-minute morning meditation
•will be held each Wednesday morn
ing during I-ent* at Wesley house,
University Methodist foundation.
Breakfast will be served for
those who wish to eat there, from
7 to 7:30 a.m. and the meditation
period will lasl from 7:30 till 7:50
Ilamsey Schadewitz, ministerial
student, will be in charge of the
program. The first meditation will
be held Wednesday, February 19.
All University students are invited.
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The late Dean Hazel I*. Schwering, who originated the idea of, ex
change dinners to sponsor scholarships for worthy junior girls. Now
being held once each term, the event will take place at women's
houses Wodnesnay evening.
j Day Manager:
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j HAVE AMPLE FILMS AND
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Where else could you obtain all these opportunities
, and still not interrupt your normal civilian life?
Ik The Citizen Marine Corps otters you these appar
el tunities and many others. If you are a young man
g, between the age of 17 and 32 (_ elder if a veteran),
§j it will pay you in more ways than one to call or
visit your local Marine Reserve Headquarters for
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Or See LT. JACK L. BILLINGS,
Rm. 3, Journalism
Sorority Bids Due
At Dean's Monday
Women participating in this
] rush period may pick up their bids
at the dean of women’s office Mon
day, Panhellenic President Bar
■ bara Williams announced yester
The average Oregon dad wears a
size seven and one-eighth hat.
Dad's Weekend Slate
9 a.m. to 12 Registration at Johnson hall and the Eugene
and Osburn hotels.
1 p.m. to .5 Continued registration.
10 a.m. Executive committee meeting, office of the President, -
Noon Annual Dad’s Day Luncheon, John Straub hall. Colonel -
Thomas F. Gunn, president of Oregon Dads presiding. .
Address by Governor John H. Hall.
2:15 p.m. Annual business meeting and election of officers. .
Chapman hall lecture room.
6 p.m. Dinner with sons and daughters at living organizations.
8 p.m. University production of Elmer Rice’s “Adding Ma
8 p.m. Varsity basketball game, University of Oregon vs.
University of Idaho, McArthur court.
11 a.m. Special Dad’s Day services in Eugene churches.
1 p.m. Dinner with sons and daughters.
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