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Tugman Charges CVA
Plan for NW Government
Attacking the proposed Colum
bia Valley Authority as a "plan to
establish a new government for
the Northwest,” William Tugman,
managing editor of the Register
Guard, clashed with State Repre
sentative Phil Dreyer who held
that the plan was the best way to
solve the Northwest problem of
"too much water in the spring and
not enough in the winter.
The two men met Tuesday
for SALE — ’47 Cream colored
convertible. Radio and heater.
One owner—A-l shape. $1475.
Contact Harold Hall, 383 E 11th,
5-7 p. m. 113
FOR SALE—Mercury II 35 mm.
camera 2.7 lens with Flash and
G. E. Exposure meter. Split ex
haust manifold fits Chev. '37 up.
Bob Fries, 771 E. 14. Ill
JLOST—AJ house pin. Initials RSW
Phone 4922R. Hildegard Wagner.
TAILORING and ALTERATIONS
Work done promptly. Mrs. Trout
(with Erna) Applewhite, reweav
er. 1060 High. 116
FOR SALE—1940 Chev. club coupe
R&H excellent condition. Orig.
owner. $800. 2676 University. Ph.
4697-R after 5:00. 118
JLOST—Glasses on 13th street on
Wednesday. Needed in order to
get four point.Jackie, 1461-W
FOR SALE—1947 Maroon Mercury
Convertible $1950. All accessor
ies, original owner. Inquire even
ings. Gene Fleener, 2190-13 Pat
terson Drive. 114
night in a debate before a group
of University Young Democrats.
Dreyer, Democrat from Multno
mah county, said that the federal
agency would avoid duplication of
powers and conflicting policies
which exist among the Corps of
Engineers, the Bonneville Power
administration, the Bureau of
Reclamation, and other govern
ment agencies now administering
the Bonneville and Grand Coulee
"Private enterprise has not tak
en its full job to develop the power
output of the Northwest—it is only
through the CVA that we can be
come the center of the light metal
and superphosphate industry. We
have the greatest power stream
potentially in America; yet we
have a power shortage. CVA is
the only answer,” Dreyer said.
Tugman told the group that he
was not in the best position to pro
vide a lively debate as he was in
the dog house with both extremist
"I have no objection to a region
al government, which the CVA
would surely entail, as long as the
Northwest has a direct and voting
representation in its administra
tion,” Tugman asserted.
Dreyer held that the plan pro
posed by Tugman and others which
includes a board of state represen
tives answerable to the people
through election was unconstitu
“The only thing for each of you
to do is to study all the bills and
recommendations concerning the
CVA thoroughly, and decide for
for yourself which is best,” the
managing editor directed the audi
Petitions for chairmanships for
the Phi Theta “Mystie” sale can be
submitted to Maggie Johns at the
Delta Gamma house until 12 noon,
April 19. Only freshman women
are eligible to petition.
Positions are open for general
chairman and chairman of collec
tions, house sales, decorations,
publicity, promotion, distribution,
and booth sales.
Due for Jr. Women
Petitions for Phi Theta Upsilon,
junior women’s service honorary
are to be turned in to Margaret
Johns at the Delta Gamma house
by 12 noon, April 27. Sophomore
women are eligible to petition.
Members are selected on the ba
sis of school activities and schol
arships. The 2.4 scholastic mini
mum may be waived in cases
where students have given out
standing service to the University.
Lecturer To Discuss
“Philosophy and Its Place To
day,” especially in Russia will be
discussed by John Somerville, pro
fessor of philosophy at Hunter Col
lege, New York, at 8 p.m. tonight
in room 208 Chapman hall.
This speech, stressing the foun
dations of Russian politics, is e>
part of the University Lecture se
ries. Somerville is traveling to Eu
gene from Stanford university,
where he has been awarded the
Senior Research Fellowship of
Hoover library and is serving as a
ISA Meeting Tonight
Members of the ISA are asked to
attend a meting tonight in 105
Commerce at 6 p. m.
Prom Workers Needed
Students interested in working
on junior prom decorations should
contact either Mac Epley at the
phi Psi house or Joan Mimnaugh,
Pi Phi house, by noon Saturday.
Westminster will have a potluck
dinner Thursday evening at 6 p.m.
Admission will be either food or
Everyone is invited to attend.
• Who is 45?
• What happened to Portland's
• Why no liquor over the bar?
• How to find out?
HF A.R THE ANSWER TONIGHT AT THE
"YOUNG REPUBLICANS DEBATE
7 p.m. 3 Fenton
16 ACTS 16
FRIDAY, APRIL 8
8:00 P. M.
How much fiW can you cram into a record?
THE MILDEST CIGARETTE ?
wh>j Camels, of course ! i learned
THE ANSWER WHEN I MADE
THE 30-DAy TEST!
McKinley talks it
over with his
30 PAYS / IVt
SMOKED CAMELS FOR y£ARS.
I KNOW HOW MILD CAMELS ARE.
AND WHAT RICH, FULL FLAVOR
musical kidding in
(an RCA Viotor Release)
and you’ll know!
You’ll have a lot of fun with Ray
McKinley, his band and his vocalist
serving up a platterful of “corn” for
your listening and dancing pleasure.
Yes! Ray knows about musical pleas
ure—and smoking pleasure, too! As
Ray beats it out on his drums —
“Camels are a great cigarette—they’re
mild and full-flavored!”
How/^fP 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 spe
cialists, after making weekly examinations, reported
NOT ONE SINGLE CASE OF THROAT IRRITATION
// / CC v / r "Test Camel mildness for yourself in your own
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