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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 2, 1949)
Tea Dress Set ? 1
Campus clothes will be in order
for fraternity and sorority presi
dents at the tea 4 p. m. Monday in
Alumni hall, Gerlinger, Mrs. Golda
P. Wickham, director of women’s
affairs announced yesterday.
ASUO Pushes ~
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petuated University interest in the
race. They have been active in the
Millrace Association, both vocally
Voters of the City of Eugene
have designated funds for the res
toration of the race, to be matched
by the Association. Part of the
matching funds have been raised.
But before any work can be done,
all easements must have been re
leased: by owners of property adja
cent to.the race.
At the present time, the associa
tion is holding a last, two-week
drive for the remaining easements.
If this proves unsuccessful, Oregon
can pigeon-hole its traditional
songs such as “I Sit and Dream at
Evening” and forget the color and
glory of Junior Weekend canoe
FOR RENT — 3 male students,
access to living and dining room,
kitchen privileges. $20 a month.
1134 Ferry. 103
WANTED—Individuals or groups
on the campus who would like to
earn extra money selling. Guar
anteed items. Call 3470-J-2. 103
FOR RENT — Nice clean quiet
sleeping room for men students
on campus. 1369 Agate St. 103
FOR RENT—Two rooms for one or
two girls. Private entrance. 1353
FOR SALE—1 pair Jarman Ox
fords size 9c. Price $7.00. Call
FOR SALE—Light-weight 3-speea
Bicycle; brown suit, size 40; elec
tric razor. Phone 798-M, 751 E.
16 after 6:30 p. m. 104
FOR SALE — 1933 Dodge Coupe,
excellent mechanical condition,
defroster, heater, good rubber,
$250.00. Phone 2459-R. 103
FOR SALE—Underwood noiseless
typewriter. Call 2896-M 104
men forced to end schooling due
to housing facilities, desire any
honest labor — ditch digging,
baby sitting, etc. Call 940. 101
PUBLIC Furniture Auction — Ef
fects of fraternity offered at pub
lic aution. Sale bargains. 1886
University Sunday 2 p. m. All are
YOUNG orator desires part time
employment addressing Boy
Scout and Hi-Y groups. Contact
Dick Smart at 941. No referen
LOST — Homis watch near P. E.
building. Sam I Brown, phone
324. Reward. 106
MADE IN EUGENE
Sugar Plum Candy
63 E. Brdwy. 4128
51l!S|//'s a Dog's Life
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MEMBERS OF THE FRENCH DOGGY SET are entertained at a
cocktail party in their honor at a swank Chicago hotel. They are
guests at the International 'Kennel club show. On the left is Mad-e
moiselle Suzette. The center of attraction is Monsieur Masterpiece,
and on the right is his daughter, Mademoiselle Cream Puff. They are
all members of the famous French poodle family.
Hold Joint Installation
The combined installation of all
University women’s organizations
was held March 31 in alumnae hall,
Gerlinger at 7 p. m. About 300 peo
ple attended the candle light cere
mony which introduced the new of
ficers for AWS, YWCA, and WA*A.
Among the special guests for the
evening were Mrs. Harry K.. New
burn, Mrs. Golda Wickham, Mrs.
Lois Greenwood, and Miss Jean
The new presidents of the three
organizations are Marie Lombard,
AWS; Billijean Reithmiller, YWCA
and Bonnie Gienger, WAA.
Beverly Pitman acted as mistress
of ceremonies for the evening.
The installation followed the
Hazel M. Schering exchange din
ners which were held among the
women’s living organizations.
Eugene Auto Rental Co.
(Opposite Eugene Hotel)
Broadway and Pearl
By the Mile
Hour, or Day
We’ll See You At The
-20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
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