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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1948)
More than 60 guests have ac
cepted invitations to the annual
Oregana banquet which will be held
tonight at 6:30 in the Persian room
of the Eugene hotel.
Six of the 1048 Oreganas will be
exhibited at the banquet, according
to Larry Davidson, chairman. He
said the Oregana plaque and 27
certificates will be awarded at the
Ross Yates, editor of the 1048
yearbook; Trudi Chernis, editor for
next year; Olga Yevticli, business
manager both years; and Dick Wil
liams, educational activities mana
ger, will give short speeches.
“ Several musical numbers are also
included on the program, Laura Ol
son, program chairman, said Tues
day. Mike Mitchell, sophomore in
journalism, will be master of cere
— NOTICE —
New hours, starting May 10:
Monday through Friday
8 a.in. to 5:30 p.m.
Saturday Closing at 6 p.m.
KAMPUS BARBER SHOP
! INK’S BARBER SHOP
“The World Is Rich” and “Chi
na’s Forty Million” will be shown
tonight in 207 Chapman, first
showing beginning at 7 p.m.
An account of the war before
1939, “China's ' Forty Million”
shows the resistance of the Chinese
people to the Japanese invasion,an
their attempts to form a democ
One of the pictures in the docu
mentary feature class, “The World
Is Rich” discusses the world food
program, and points out the rea
sons for the world's lack of food in
many areas. It places the blame on
backward agricultural methods,
waste, and maldistribution.
Phi Beta, music and speech hon
orary, held its spring term initia
tion last week. Those initiated were
Maryen Roberts and Betty Perry,
music; and Emilierose Jackull and
Mary Easter Brock, speech.
Louise Cloustan and Grace Hoff
man were also to have been initiat
ed but were unable to attend as
they were touring in the cast of
“The Dover Road.”
The initiation was held at Ger
linger hall. Refreshments were
served following the ceremony.
Joan Abbett, president of the fra
ternity, officiated in the ceremony.
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Sister Seniors hare it in for
Radio to Carry
Coronation ceremony, the all
campus sing, Will Osborne's music,
and princess interviews will reach
Eugene listeners over local radio
stations, John Larner, chairman of
radio promotion for Junior Week
end, announced Tuesday.
Today at 11 a.m. KUGN an
nouncers will interview Mary Han
delin and Donna Stageburg, prin
cesses for the Weekend. Miss Mary
Lou Hill, also a princess, will be
interviewed sometime this after
Both KUGN and KOAC will
carry on-the-spot broadcasts of the
coronation ceremony Friday at 8
p.m. Governor John Hall will an
nounce the Junior Weekend queen.
Larner said this ceremony may
be broadcast in Portland and on
KOAC. However, it is not definite,
A rebroadcast of the all-campus
sing is scheduled for Saturday at 7
p.m. over KORE. From 9 to 9:30
the same evening, KOAC and
KUGN wall feature Will Osborne
and his orchestra direct from the
Junior Prom in McArthur court.
Co-op to Carry
Tickets will go on sale Thursday
for “The Beggar’s Opera” which
will be presented by the music
school May 12, 13, and 14. Members
of Phi Beta, national music and
speech honorary, will be in charge
of the sale.
Tickets will be general admission
at 60 cents apiece.
Phi Beta will be selling tickets
in the Co-op May 6, 7, 10, 11, and
12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The per
formance, under the direction of
Herman Gelliausen, associate pro
fessor of voice, will begin at 8 p.m.
Freshman and sophomore wom
en who wish to apply for Kwama
scholarships are requested to turn
their applicatoins in to Mrs. Golda
P. Wickham’s office by Friday.
Three full-year tuition scholarships
are being offered by the sophomore
Scholarships will be granted on
the basis of scholastic record, ac
tivities, and need, and will be
awarded at the Mortar Board ball,
Kwama president, Billijean
Riethmiller, has urged that eligible
freshman and sophomore women
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All classified is payable *" advance at the
rate of four cents a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day
>rior to publication.
STUDENT vet and wife seeking
transportation East in June.
Share driving, expences. Ph.
5952-W, 642 Lawrence, apt. A.
FOUND: Several women’s ban
danas. Inquire at the Co-op.
FOR SALE: 1928 Chev coupe $115.
Still runs. J. M. Franklin, 1543
East 15th, Trailer 27. (129)
Ass’t Day Manager:
DONNA MARY BRENNAN
13th and Hilyard Street
FOR SALE: Cream-colored 1947
Ford Sportsman Convertible, au
tomatic windows, white side
walls, 7000 mi. Contact Bob
Bechtle. 1374 Onyx, Ext. 355."
One day service. Call Nolph'S ”
Salon. Phone 5847-W. Laraway
REWARD to the finder of TEE
fraternity pin. B. M. Dautoff ens
graved. Call 6584. (127)
FOR SALE: 35 mm Claras camera,
and equipment. 1572 Villard.
Campus Cyclery -
796 E 11th Ph. 4789 ,
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