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Asked to Attend
Invitations have been sent this
week inviting University senior
women to coffee Sunday morning,
10 a.m., at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. J. H. Gilbert on Walnut lane.
Sponsoring organization is the
Eugene branch, American Asso
ciation of University women.
Mrs. R. E. McCormack, state
president, will be present and
speak briefly on the aims and pro
gram of the organization.
The recent graduate group, as
sisted by board members, is in
charge of arrangements. Mrs.
Crawford Lyle, MSrs. John E.
O’Leary, and Mrs. E. B. Sahlstrom
form the committee from the re
cent graduates. Miss Nina Kitts,
from the board, is assisting with
invitations and transportation ar
Senior women who find it possi
ble to attend will be called for at
their living organizations at 9:30
An effort is being made to send
invitations to each senior woman,
but if anyone has not been reached,
the organization would appreciate
her calling Mrs. Lyle at 4705-M so
some association member may call
First case in the semi-finals of
the Law School's annual oral argu
ments will be presented tonight at
7:30 in room 3 Fenton.
This is the case of Carrol vs Kik,
which involves a certain Millrace
in the city of Morse, state of Hol
lis, and county of Fenton. One wall
of the Millrace, which is connected
to the Willamette river, was wash
ed out by a flood in 1945, and it has
not been used since. A committee
is now trying to restore it, but the
plaintiff claims they have lost their
right to put water in the race again.
Carrol vs. Kik. Chief Justice,
William P. Riddlesharger, asso
ciate justices, Myron D. Spady
and Curtis Cutsforth. Attorneys
for the appellant, William Tas
sock, David Ytaung, and Ted
(ioodwin; for the respondent, C.
L. Puckett and Robert Hollis.
The semi-finals of the arguments
will be completed tomorrow night
with the case of Irdell vs. Conway.
full of flavor
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BEARDS — Monty Wooley greets Mart Carroll, who, with
bearded students met Wooley as he arrived to appear in Harvard
Dramatic Club s production of “The Man Who Came to Dinner.’
BETTE EMOTES — Bette Davis, screen and radio star,
appears in this candid study made during: a rehearsal for a broad
cast in N. Y. She was heard later in Arch Oboler’s “The Word.”
(Notices for Campus Calendar should he 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
4:00 Thursday—Tom Ashford will speak at physics seminar—105 Deady
6:00 Thursday—Potluck dinner—Westminster housee.
6:30 Thursday—Foreign students sponsorship meeting; J. D. Kline will
7:00 Thursday—ISA meeting—207 Commerce hall.
7:30 Thursday—Phi Delta Phi will meet—third floor of Gerlinger.
7:45 Fridday—Student Foreign Missions Fellowships from Pacific col
lege will present a play, “The Crown of Stars Gerlinger annex.
8:00 Thursday—Dr. H. B. Barnett will present film on Palau Islands—
207 Chapman hall.
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Bogdan Raditsa, former Yugoslav embassy official, told a senate
judiciary subcommittee that one of the alleged reds “is now developing
a secret police network from his luxurious apartment house on Fifth
avenue in New York.’’
He identified the man as Dr. J. Vilfan, Yugoslav delegate to the
United Nations and “a member of the central committee of the Sloven
ian Communist party.”
BERLIN, Thursday, May 12—(AP)—The 327-day Soviet blockade
of Berlin ended today with the airlift still going full tilt.
Traffic barriers went down all along the 1,000-mile cold war front
The first automobiles crossed the Soviet zone into Berlin at 1:46
a.m. Berlin time (3:46 p.m., Pacific standard timee, Wednesday), end
ing Berlin’s isolation from the west by road.
Nine minutes later the Russians in Marienborn, 10 miles inside
the Soviet zone, cleared the first train and waved it on to Berlin.
Thus ended the dependence of 2,000,000 west Berrliners on British
and American planes for food and fuel. But the airlift was going ahead
at full schedule, and pilots said their instructions were to keep right
on for at least 30 days. ‘
By then it appeared likely the western powers will know whether
Russia is going to seek full agreement on the future of Germany or is
likely to clamp down again the blockade she imposed June 26, 1948.
Club to Hold
The final Social Science Club
meeting of the academic year will
be held on Monday, May 16, 6:15 p.
m., at the Faculty Club. Professor
Paul Ellis will read a paper on
“Guidance by the President’s Coun
cil of Economic Advisers.”
The main item of business will be
the election of officers for the com
ing year. Any suggestions for nom
inations should be turned in to Pro
fessors Schumacher, Berreman and
Reservations for the dinner
should be submitted to Charles
Schleicher, Oregon Hall, by Satur
day noon, May 14.
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