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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 5, 1949)
“Webfoot Huddles”, sparkling
sports show that was successfully
innovated during the last football
season, was scheduled to have its
first airing last night at 8:00 p. m.
Under the direction of Bob Rob
erts and Norm Lamb, the show
turned its attention to the bevy of
springtime activity now in evidence
on the campus. Either Saal Lesser,
player-coach of the tennis team, or
Bill Bowerman, track coach was to
participate in the fifteen minute in
terview. Efforts were also being
made to get Bob McClure, Jim Aik
en's temporary assistant, to make
his Oregon radio debut.
Following the sports program,
the music school presented a half
hour of Bach, Chopin, Schumann,
and Greig, selections, with Reitha
Bauman, pianist, and Jean Lichty,
soprano, as soloists.
“World in Review”, a news dis
cussion program presented Dr. E.
R. Nichols, assistant professor of
speech. Dr. Nichols discussed, “Uni
fication of the Armed Services.”
(Continued from page Jour)
Oregon notched one tally in the
fifth when Norm Henwood scored
on a passed ball after rapping out a
pinch-hit double. Two more mater
ialized in the seventh. Besada walk
ed and, after Kovenz doubled, he
came in on a passed ball. Walt
Kirsch’s one-baser checked in Ko
Portland 032 013 001—10 15 3
Oregon .000 010 200— 3 7 6
Owens and Mulhern; DeBernardi
(5), Besada, and Warberg, (6),
Signers of Atlantic Pact
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Three foreign ministers—Joseph Bech of Euxeml ourg, Robert Schuman of France, and Ernest Be\ in
of Great Britain—stand close together in Washington where they are to sign the Atlantic Security
pact. (AP Wirephoto)
Missionary to Talk
At Fellowship Meet
Cyril A. Brooks, of Buffalo, N.
Y., will speak at the regular Tues
day night meeting of the Inter
Varsity Christian fellowship at 7
p.m. in the dining room of John
Straub hall. Mr. Brooks is a mis
sionary to the Philippine Islands,
and plans to return this summer.
Miss A. Funk, of the Oregon
College of Education, will speak at
the special missionary meeting at
4 p.m. in the Gerlinger annex. Miss
Funk plans to go to China under
the Scandinavian Alliance Mis
sionary • board.
IVCF is a world wide non-de
nominational organization de
signed for college students. Both
meetings are informal and every
one is urged to attend.
Alpha Delta Sigma
Alpha Delta Sigma, national
men’s advertising fraternity, will
meet in 105 Journalism tonight at
6:30. All committee members are
urged to bring their budget esti
mates to the meeting.
The Wesley house chorus will re
hearse at 6:30 Tuesday evening at
The chorus will present an ora
tory on. the “Seven Last Words” to
be presented with the Methodist
church on Palm Sunday, April 10,
at the Methodist church.
The YWCA will hold its annual
Junior-Senior breakfast at the
Veterans Memorial building on Wil
liamette street, at 9:15 a.m. Sun
Jay, April 10.
For Recital Tickets
Students’ last chance to obtain
free tickets to the special^ Friday
afternoon concert given by several
members of the Minneapolis Sym
phony will end today at 5 p. m. Di
mitri Mitropoulis will lead the re
The tickets will be granted at
the educational activities office in
McArthur court, only upon presen
tation of student body cards. Fac
ulty members may also receive
Wednesday morning the remain
ing tickets will be given to all com
The hour-long recital will start
at 4:15 in the music school auditor
ium. Performers will all be promi
nent members of the Minneapolis
symphony, who have frequently ap
peared together under the leader
ship of Louis Krashner, symphony
Routs Uni House
University expansion headaches
ended during spring vacation for
the 38 coeds of University house.
Now in new quarters across from
Hayward field at 1675 Agate
street the women fled as student
union construction threatened to
envelop them and their house on
The two houses moved from the
student union site last term which
were owned by the University have
been combined and redecorated to
make quarters away from the
sound of trucks, jack hammers,
and cement mixers. Moving ar
rangements were handled by the
business office and Mr. Wright of
the physical plant.
Jr I LEARNED ^
FROM THE 30-DAy TEST
THAT CAMELS ARE REALLY
MILD AND HAVE A GRAND
RICH, FULL FLAVOR,
l — TOO A
THAT FOR YEARS, PATSI.
THAT& WHY CAMELS
ARE MY FAVORITE
j/ J) / , . r Try Camels and test them as you
’ ffoH'lf-'bach' . tmo|ie them. If, at any time, you
are not convinced that Camels are the mildest cigarette you ever smoked,
return the package with the unused Camels and we will refund its full
purchase price, plus postage. (Sis'itd) R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company,
Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
-|-low/ <5mootf) can a swir^j be/ ?
Hear Sam Donahue playing
(A CAPtTOL RECORDING)
... and you'll know!
Sam Donahue’s new waxing is a real something. Yes! It’s
smooth, it’s swingy, it’s something terrific for a fast Lindy—or
what-do-you-do? In music, Sam knows that whether you dance
it fast or slow—you’ll want it smooth. And when it comes to
cigarettes, Sam himself wants a cool, smooth-smoking cig
arette. That’s why Sam says, “Camels suit my ’T-Zone’ to a *T’.
Camels are the mildest cigarette I’ve ever smoked—and they
taste great, too! ”
-fWftlllD can a cigarette be?
Smoke CAMELS for 30 DAYS
—and you'll know!
In a recent coast-to-coast test of hundreds of men and women
who smoked only Camels for 30 days-an average of one to
two packs a day—noted throat specialists, after making weekly
NOT ONE SINGLE CASE OF THROAT
IRRITATION DUE TO SMOKING