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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 22, 1949)
UO Men Attend
Psi chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sin
fonia, national men’s music profes
sional fraternity, installed a new
chapter at Lewis and Clark college
in Portland last week.
University students included in
the ritual team were Robert Ful
ton, William Putnam, Carl Gut
mann, Donald Bunyard, Richard
Pollock, John Kienzle, Lynn Sjol
* und, James McMullen, Bruce Bray,
Robert Luoma, Gene Slayter, Don
Jordahl, John Lusk and A1 Kirk.
Faculty members included Don
ald W. Allton, assistant professor
t of organ and theory, faculty advis
er to the group, and Thad Elvigion,
graduate assistant in music.
' Walter Welke, University of
Washington professor, province
governor of the fraternity, attend
ed the installation.
BA Student Hurt
Sunday in Collision
Robert Zollner, senior in business
administration, suffered minor in
juries in an automobile accident, '■
Sunday afternoon. The Eugene po
lice report said that Zollner was
attempting to pass a car driven by
Charles E. Davis, Cheshire, and
didn't see an oncoming car. Zoll
ner’s vehicle skidded about 120 feet
before colliding with Davis.
Zollner’s car was nearly a total
loss while damage to Davis’ car
was estivated at $400. Zollner had
stitches taken in a cut over his eye
at the Eugene hospital but other
wise was only “shaken up” from
the accident. Davis received minor
Alpha Delta Sigma
Alpha Delta Sigma, men's adver
tising honorary, will meet tonight
in room 105 Journalism building at
SALEM, Feb. 21 —(AP)—Rep.
Harvey Wells, Portland, told the
house today why he voted for the
bill to let banks close on Satur
He said he got a big valentine
signed by hundreds of girls employ
ed in Portland banks. On the valen
tine was this poem:
Roses are red
Violets are blue
Close banks on Saturday
And we will love you.
There was only one vote against
the bill. j
(Continued from (kujc five)
the afternoon since the latter lacks
the necessary scoring punch to
make it a real threat.
The titleholders have a smooth
operating fast break as well as a
well lubricated setup offense which
moves in from either side of the key
To stem this brilliant attack, the j
ATOs only have the floor generall- [
ing of Ed Chrobot, which leaves the j
odds about 5-to-l.
For New Play
Rehearsals are now in progress
for the next University theater pro
duction, “Command Decision,”
which is under the direction of Mrs.
Ottilie T. Seybolt and will open
A forcibly written and shrewdly
constructed drama, “Command De
cision" deals with the responsibil
ity of a commanding officer who
must send his men on a suicidal
mission to destroy a jet bomb fac
The cast includes a tough ser
geant, a cynical war correspondent,
two junketing congressmen full of
patriotism and corruption, a disil
lusioned general, and a flier who
persuades his best friend to send
him out to lead the climactic mis
sion and goes down heroically.
William Wister Haines, who
spent 41 months in the air force
himself, began to write “Command
Decision” on V-J Day. In book form
it made the best-seller lists, and it
was a smash hit when produced on
Broadway in 1947.
Eugene Auto Rental Co.
(Opposite Eugene Hotel)
Broadway and Pearl
By the Mile
Hour, or Day
EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL BAND
Colin Kelly Jr. High School
Tues., Feb. 22nd 8-11
Special Floor Show
15 pc. Modern Dance Band
7 pc. Old Time Band
MUSIC DONATKD BY MUSICIAN'S UNION
Special Bus Leaving at 5th ami Willamette
at 7:30 ami every 40 min. thereafter
Showerproofing done RIG ! IT and
^ 24 Sir. Cleaning Service
8 min. Pressing Service
All work done right here
you KNOW, BOB,
THE 30*DAy CAMEL TEST
I MADE PROVED TO ME
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FROM WAV' BACK, FRAN. ^
I KNOW HOW MILD
Here’s singing star,
Fran Warren,talking it over
with Bob Wells, lyricist
of “What’s My Name?"
T for taste, T for throat. If, at any time, you are not convinced that Camels
are the mildest cigarette you’ve ever smoked, return the package with the
unused Camels and you will receive its full purchase price, plus postage.
(Signed) R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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