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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1949)
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urer; Elizabeth Erlandson and
Clara Belle Roth, sergeant-at
arms; and Joan Hodecker and Les
lie Tooze, custodian.
- Marguerite Johns and Mary Sta
delman are nominees for YWCA
vice-president; Joan O’Neill Fou
lon and Pat Williams, secretary;
and Marjorie Petersen and Clare
. Wiley, 'treasurer.
Candidates for sophomore com
mission officers of the YWCA are
' Barbara Metcalf and Marilyn
Thompson, chairman; Anita Frost
and Lillian Scott, vice-chairman;
and Virginia Drake and June Kel
Running for upperclass commis
sion chairman is Helen Caldwell.
All candidates for office have
been requested to be at the YW by
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and Congress, education chairman
*■ of the Northwest Congress of Op
tometry, and a member of the Na
tional Committee on Visual Prob
'lems in Schools.
Now in private practice in Sea
t side, Oregon, Dr. Carosant is a
member of Sigma Alpha Sigma,
honor society and is the only wom
* en in Omega Delta, a men’s frater
, nity of which she is an honorary
Phillips Oregon Grad
An Oregon graduate, Miss Aline
^Phillips, class of ’19, is secretary to
. Governor Douglas McKay. Former
ly in the office of the secretary of
state, Miss Phillips was city man
' ager of the Oregon City Enterprise
^before entering the state service.
When in the University she was on
the Emerald staff, a member of
-Theta Sigma Phi, women’s jour
_ nalism honorary, and Chi Omega.
She is now on the editorial board
of Old Oregon, alumni publication.
* gon, alumni publication.
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ISAv Interdorm Choose Workers I
For Independent Sweetheart Ball
A meeting of ISA and Interdorm
council representatives was held
Sunday in Susan Campbell hall to
form committees for the Independ
ent Sweetheart ball March 5.
General chairmen are Bob Davis
and Ed Ladendorff. Committees
and members are dance name com
mittee, Paula Nigg, chairman:
Charles Schneider, Bob Robinson;
Finance, Ray Crumrne, chairman;
Keith Clark, Clara Belle Roth, Bob
Joe Labadie and Rhoda Williams,
co-chairmen, Dave Van Zandt, Hel
en Sherman; publicity, Bill Hall,
'and Bill Bader, co-chairmen; Vic
Downs, -Bob Hogarth; promotion,
Fryer, Steve Loy, Eileen Lemley,
Alene O’Rourke, Bud Boyle.
Decorations, George McBride
and Cherry Taylor, co-chairmen;
Annie Bredeen, Doug Yeater, Jack
Toomey, Lee McGraw, Bill Hart,
Ellen Ribban; clean up, Dick Smur
thwaithe, chairman, Tom Gold
Wesley Jives Again
Wesley house will have Jive
night tonight at 9:30 p.m. Every
one is invited.
Beta Alpha Psi
There will be a Beta Alpha Psi
dinner tonight at 6:30 at the Eu
Its no fun walking in the rain, when
you can ride in a
Terminal Taxi Company
-utherans Meet Today
Lutheran students will meet this
afternoon at Luther house for a
discussion at 4 o’clock.
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SATURDAY. FEB. 26th
• • • •
• Luncheon at Eugene Hotel—Noon
• Tea in Gerlinger Alumni Hall
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Plan to go Now!