Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 29, 1949)
(Notices for Campus Calendar should be turned
in, in typewritten form, to the Emerald News Edi
tor’s office by 3 p.m. of the day preceding publica
tion. Notices will not be accepted on Saturdays or
Luther Bible Study
Bible study at Luther house Sun
day morning will begin at 9:15.
Sunday evening supper will be
gin at 5:30.
“Corrective Institution” will be
the topic for discussion led by Es
ther Olson after supper. George
Boyd will be in charge of devo
tions. Student chairmen are Donna
Willingham and Don Lee.
At 7:30 p.m. the tudents will go
to Bethesda Lutheran church. In
stallation begins at 8.
! Dietrich to Speak
Professor Milton Dietrich from
the school of music will speak at
Westminster house Sunday evening
on the topic, “Music in the Church.”
At 5:15 p.m. Westminster will
sponsor a supper featuring Swe d
ish pancakes. Following supper,
Mr. Dietrich will address the group.
A charge of 40 cents will be
made for supper and everyone is
invited to attend.
Rushee Cards Filed
Preference cards must be filed
by all women rusheees by 1 p.m.
Monday in the office of Golda P.
Wickham, director of women’s af
Friendly house will sponsor a
potluck dinner and folk dancing
Saturday evening. Potluck will be
gin at 6:30 p.m.
Dr. Anibal Vargas, associate
professor of Romance languages
will be the speaker at Plymouth
club’s Sunday evening supper anc
discussion, beginning at 5 in the
Wheeler room of the Congregation
al church. Dr. Vargas, a native oi
Columbia, will talk on “Problems
of Latin America.”
Alpha Kappa Delta
Alpha Kappa Delta society wil
hold a business meeting Mondaj
noon at the faculty club, President
Barbara Jirak announced Friday.
Ken Metzler, sophomore, has
been appointed assistant news edi
tor of the Emerald. Metzler served
last term as a reporter, and
worked on the Emerald night staff
and news side during his fresh
Seven freshmen who have done
outstanding work their first time
on the Emerald have been promot
ed to capy desk. The seven are
Gretchen Grondahl, Bob Funk, Lor
na Larson, Coralie Ne Ison, George
Dorris, Barbara Hollands, and Mar
jory Bush. They were chosen be
cause of their ability in one or more
phases of work.
Copy desk is under the supervi
sion of city editors Vic Fryer, Ha"
Coleman, Chuck Grell, Steve Loy,
and Bob Tweedell, who were ap
pointed at the first of winter term,
Careless driving may wreck a
fender—or a family.
The right of way may be yours;
but it isn’t worth dying for.
‘S NO JOKE
Ski Parkas, Army
THE 99 STORE
2730 Franklin Blvd.
“I always smoke
Chesterfields because they’re
MILD and they taste good
It’s MY cigarette.”
STARRING IN THE ENTERPRISE PRODUCTION
“NO MINOR VICES"
' the wav Chesterfiel'
* • ’ sj&K ■ ’ i
u R S t HE M I LPE R Cl GARETTE )
MORE COLLEGER STUDENTS SMOKE CHESTERFIELDS
THAN ANY OTHER CIGARETTE - by latest nation sum*
Copyrighr 1949, Licceit & Myeks Tobacco Co.