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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1948)
Seventy-One Men Pledged
By Oregon Fraternities
Seventy-one University men
have pledged Oregon fraternities
since the beginning of fall term, di
rector of men's affairs Vergil P.
Eogdall’s office revealed Friday.
Phi Sigma Kappa leads the list
in number of new pledges, with nine
men. Delta Tau Delta follows with
eight, and Sigma Alpha Mu, Lam
bda Chi Alpha, and Phi Gamma
Delta have each claimed five new
ALPHA TAU OMEGA, Samuel
J. Nevills, Eugene.
BETA THETA PI: Richard Wai
bel, Cornelius; Bob Amacher, Hills
boro; Delwyn Kleen, Salem; Thom
as F. Mannex, Long Beach, Califor
CHI PSI: Matt M. Frost, Jr., San
DELTA TAU DELTA: John G.
Carrish, Albany; Robert P. Welch,
San Francisco, California; Norman
J. Fugitt, Eugene; Wade Hanson,
Vancouver Island, B. C., Thomas D.
Joyce, Victoria, B. C., Lloyd S.
Henry apd George E. Wilkins, Glen
dale, California; Grant Deary, Sac
DELTA UPSILON: Don Doak,
Willard Dodds, Eugene; Walace D.
Wade, Albany, California; Doug
las McKenna, Wilmington, Dela
KAPPA SIGMA: Wallace B.
Eakin, Albany; Albert B. Schwab
and Charles Missfeldt, Milwaukie.
LAMBDA CHI ALPHA: Rich
ard C. Dahlberg, Eugene; Richard
Elway, Aberdeen, Washington,
Robert Henkle, Lebanon; Lloyd
Neal, Toledo; Jack Marvin Smith,
PHI DELTA THETA: William
Glasby, Oswego; Alton L. Cham
berlain, Salem; Robert C. Wolf, Eu
PHI GAMMA DELTA: Staney J.
Sturza, Redmond; Larry G. Mulli
gan, and Willet R. Lake, Jr., Os
wego; David N. Kolden, Portland;
Earl Heitschmidt, Jr., Pasadena,
PHI KAPPA PSI: Kenneth Kirk
patrick, Lewiston, Idaho; Marion
Rappe, Lebanon, Oregon.
PHI SIGMA KAPPA: Robert W.
Langley, Los Angeles, California;
Robert Law, Reedsport; G. N.
Gross and William H. Robertson,
White Salmon, Washington; Char
les R. Wirkkula and William Ran
dall Meyer, Astoria; Douglas D.
Coleman, Robert C. Green, and
Daniel M. Swaffer, Portland.
PI KAPPA ALPHA: Bob Sch
rag, Coquille; Phil Liberty, San
Francisco, California; Lowell Fox,
PI KAPPA PHI: Alan C. Grav
es, Donald E. Low, Eugene; Wil
liam B. Godfrey, Stanley, Wiscon
SIGMA ALPHA EPSILON: Jay
McMurren, Jennings Lodge, Leo
Gilnett, John Adams, and Ray Kar
nofskik, Longview, Washington.
SIGMA ALPHA MU: Mervyn E.
Hampton, Earle B. Freedman,
Portland; Harvey Katz, Los Ange
les, California; Louis Spitz, Bever
ly Hills, California; Benjamin E.
(Tom) King, Santa Monica, Cali
SIGMA CHI: Jack L. Smith, Eu
SIGMA PHI EPSILON: Melvin
E. Leighton, Reedsport; Harold
SIGMA $TU: Allen Tapfer, San
Marino, California; Theron R. How
ser, Portland; John A. Belt and Da
vid Pierson, Hermiston.
TAU KAPPA EPSILON: Daniel
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A “tunnel of horrors” will await
guests at the YMCA Halloween
mixer to be held on the evening of
Doors will be open at 8 p.m. to
admit both couples and stags to
A. Domreis, Portland; Charles Is
THETA CHI: John E. Larsen,
San Francisco, California; James
R. Clark, The Dalles.
an evening of cards, dancing, and
the inevitable cider and doughnuts.
According to Bob Bozorth, general
chairman, there will be no admis
A varied entertainment program
has been planned. Dick Paris will
offer comedy dance numbers, while
Bob Miller will play several piano
boogie numbers. A juvenile dance
team is also tentatively scheduled
for the program.
Guests are urged to adhere to
the informal theme by wearing
either cords or jeans. The event will
be the first major YM social event
of the year.
Mary Roberts Hhinehart, 72
year-old novelist, is the author of
more than fifty books, eight plays
and hundreds of short stories. She
is a graduate nurse and was a war
correspondent in World War I.
A variety of chickens that lay9
blue eggs has been developed by
SLEPT 20 YEARS
R. V. Winkle, Tarrytown, N.Y., cant
fully avoided NoOoz Awakeners and
slept 20 years. You can do the samei
Only 25c at your druggist’s and
harmless as coffee, but who cares
More independent experts smoke Lucky Strike regularly
than the next 2 leading brands combined!
An impartial poll covering all the Southern tobacco markets reveals
the smoking preference of the men who really know tobacco—auction*
eers, buyers and warehousemen. More of these independent
experts smoke Lucky Strike regularly than the next two
leading brands combined.
COPR.f THE AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
LUCKY STRIKE MEANS FINE TOBACCO '
So round, so firm, so fully packed — so free and easy on the draw