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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1948)
Are They Hiding
Card in Sleeve?
By the looks of things in the edu
cational activities department,
only one Oregon student knows
how to play bridge. This startling
fact was discovered in an inter
view with Dick Williams, educa
tional activities manager, who
claimed that, although he has an
nounced his willingness to direct
the recently publicized bridge tour
nament in February, he needs fif
teen more bridge players to par
ticipate. Interested persons may
contact Williams in his office in
A strict study program need not
interfere, he stressed, as only one
evening will be required to play
the round-by-mail on the campus.
Williams will be sent the kit con
taining the prepared hands, score
sheets, and the necessary instruc
tions for the round. This material
will be kept secret.
The hands will be played Febru
ary 23, 24 or 25, under Williams
supervision, and the score cards
must be in the mail by February
But colleges must indicate their
desire to enter the tournament no
later than December 20, and before
Oregon can enter it must have con
Flown to Eugene!
Flowers Unlimited is featuring the
Odontoglossum grande orchid, na
tive of Chiapas, Mexico, during Na
tional Flower Week, Vincent Fari
na announced today.
Hailed in Life magazine as one
of the most outstanding of all Mexi
can orchids, this bloom will bring
the warmth and ..glamour., of., the
Tropics into your date!
A brilliance of brown and yellow,
the orchid will accent every cos
tume. Sepals of bright yellow are
barred with brown and the deep
brown petals are tipped with yel
low. The short creamcolored lip is
flecked with delicate brown.
This ext)tic specie orchid is being
offered duriug National Flower
Week only by FLOWERS UNLIM
ITED for $1.50—one-half its regu
The Farinas Invite you to drop
in to Flowers Unlimited, 19S E.
Broadway to see this beautiful
flower. For further information
Clothes for Europe,
Girl Scouts over the nation celebrated the anniversary of
the founding of their organization by starting one of the most
extensive and constructive projects in their history.
The National Council and the American Friends Commit
tee have set 100,000 clothes package^ for Europe as a goal for
their project this year.
The supplement to government aid with personal contri
butions will help answer the desperate call for food and cloth
ing from the European countries. It will also promote friend
ship between the people of the United States and Europe.
With each package of clothes will go a letter from the do
nor. Included also will be a package of paper and a pencil
to further correspondence.
Although this project does not involve the time, money
and expert planning of the European Recovery Program, it
is one of the positive elements that will help to preserve the
“Clothes for Europe” will answer the “Do A Good Turn
Daily” with letters of appreciation from European young
people who will be a little warmer this winter. D. D.
YWCA CABINET meeting to
day at noon.
YWCA. PUBLIC AFFAIRS com
mittee meeting at 4 p.m.
YWCA JUNIOR COMMISSION
meeting at 4 p.m.
VICE-PRESIDENTS of all living
organizations meet at 4 p.m. at
Zeta Tau Alpha house. Lyle Nel
son will speak on community chest
SKULL AND DAGGER meet
ing at 7 p.m.
HUI O KAMAAINA meeting at
7 p.m. downstairs in Gerlinger hall.
THE TABARD INN meeting to
night at 7:15 p.m. at Phi Kappa
Psi house (729 E. 11th).
LES THELEMITES meeting at
7:30 p.m. in Westminster house.
GERMAN CLUB meeting, open
to everyone, at 7:30 p.m. on Ger
linger sunporch. Dr. Heymann will
speak on student life in pre-war
DAMES, wives of married stu
dents, meeting tonight at 8 p. m.
at YMCA. Student wives are urged
to come and get acquainted.
GAMMA ALPHA CHI pledges
meet at 4 p.m. Wednesday at the
Kappa Alpha Theta house.
Watch the whiskers grow on the
smoe at the Co-op.
' — 11 ' ,1
To introduce the new Fidelitone
Nylon Needle we are giving this
$1.25 Needle Free with each
$6.00 purchase of records and
SUGGESTED NEW ALBUMS
Roses in Rhythm
Big Name Bands
Art Van Damme Quin
Glenn Miller Ork
A Tribute to Glenn
Sleeping Beauty Ballet
Four Sea Interludes
First Piano Quartet
Christmas Hymns and
768 East lltli
ALTER and REPAIR
those clothes you can't wear
Across from Sigma Chi
821 E 13th
reasonable prices /
and a friendly atmosphere
Open 7 a. m.—7 p. m.
Prepare for ▼
Come in and let us
Service your car
i We Give Green Stamps
'THE CHAMPION DEALER"
11th and Oak
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