Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 03, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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    Safe
A LADDEB, shown in New York,
is said to be safe from tips or
slides, and folds for storage. (AP
Wi rephoto),
Final Plans for
(Continued from page three)
ganization. Final plans for rating
are being worked out by her com
mittee at the present time.
A major decision of the council
last night was to attempt to open
the installation of student officers
to the public.
If he council’s plan goes into ef
fect, an installation banquet will
be given for all ASUO and class
officers on the evening of June 7.
The general student body may
make reservations to attend the
banquet, which in the past has
been private, with only the ASUO
officers being installed.
Wild Notes
(Continued from page six)
an interesting addition. "Guara
chi Guaro” sports a Cuban
rhythm section and is more fas
cinating jazz of the American
Afro-Cuban texture. We person
ally still haven’t heard enough of
the wealth of Gillespie, Fuller,
Lewis, and Dameron ideas to say
that a Dizzy record isn’t good.
Incidentally, to those of you
who couldn’t make it, the Count
was gone. Advance reports sed he
wasn’t bopping. Maybe he was
n’t then. Credit the Basie band
with being among the best—one
of the rarest band treats in a
very long time for our college
town. Thank KWJJ’s Bill Sawyer.
Coming next to Amory: Les
Brown band with Kay Starr.
IN PERSON
The World Famous
GENE KRUPA
His Orchestra with
Roy Eldridge
' WEDNESDAY
MAY 18th
ALBANY
ARMORY
9:00 to 1 :00 a. m.
Campus Calendar
(Notices for Campus Calendar should be turned in, in typewritten form, to the Emerald
News Editor’s office by 3 p.m. of the day preceding publication. Notices will not be accepted
on Saturdays or Sundays.)
6:30 p.m.—Tuesday—Phi Theta Meeting—Alpha Delta Pi house.
6:30 p.m.—Tuesday—Beta Alpha Psi dinner—Eugene hotel.
7:30 p.m.—Tuesday—Chess club—207 Commerce hall.
4:00 p.m.—Tuesday—Missionary meeting—Gerlinger annex.
7:00 p.m.—Tuesday—Talk by Paul Beckwith—John Straub dining room.
1:00 p.m.—Tuesday—Business meeting Phi Alpha Delta—311 Fenton.
7:00 p.m.—Tuesday—Frosh Jnterfraternity council meeting—Chi Psi
lodge.
12:00 noon—Tuesday—Order of O meetitng—SAE house.
6:30 p.m.—Tuesday—Deutsche Gesselschaft—Friendly hall.
4:00 p.m.—Tuesday—Browsing room hour—Library.
7:30 p.m.—Wednesday—Lecture forum—P. S. Dull—Library.
7:40 Tuesday—Christian Science organization meeting—YWCA.
7:30 a.m. Wednesday—Chapel service—Wesley house.
Wednesday—Skull and Dagger scholarship petitions due—Alpha Tan
Omega house.
Comic Operas
(Please turn to pni/e tliree)
as Herman Gelhausen, associate
professor of voice. Assisting him
are Florence Vanderwicken, as
sistant professor of voice, and Ed
mund A. Cykler, associate profes
sor of musicology.
University orchestra members
will furnish accompanying instru
mental music for the opera per
formances.
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NOTICE:
I will pay $10.00 each for
$5.00 Ipills with Serial Nos.
N 195207618 A. and G-8712*
6539 A. Also, $6.00 for $1.00
bill Serial No. L 38548738 K.
This offer good until 5 :00 P.
M. May 3, 1949..
Wm. W. Strong
P. E. Basket Room
The Junior Prom
lor a very good time
FRIED CHICKEN
STEAKS & SANDWICHES
our specialties
open until 1:00 A. M.
WHITE PALACE
47 10th E. Phone 172
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Don't be backward
Ask a girl
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SHOWER.
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Buy Mother
tasty
cakes or
cookies
for
Mother's Day
She'll like the
pastries at
HOME BAKERY
86 K. Broadway
Ph. 4118
NOW! IT’S
Flowers
For
Mother
FOR JUNIOR WEEKEND
Your War Surplus Store
Order Them At The Booth In Co-op
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193 E. Broadway
riione 6290
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