Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 11, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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    Quartet Cheers
Webfoot Rally
Barbershop harmony enlivened
the rainy wait of the Webfoot
rooters who welcomed the Ducks
home from Pullman Sunday.
Here for Friday’s convention of
the- Society for the Preservation
and Encouragement of Barber
Shop Quartet Singing in America,
Inc., a male foursome from San
Francisco presented a sample of
their style while waiting to nab
the southbound train.
A mere handful of boosters turn
ad out for the morning rally. Wea
ther conditions and the fact that
the rally was changed late Satur
day evening from noon Sunday to
10 a.m. were blamed for the poor
Authority On Econ
To Talk Before IRC
Howard S. Piquet, authority on
international economics, will speak
before the International Relations
Club tonight at 7:30 on the sun
porch of Gerlinger Hall. The title
of his speech will be "Can Pre-War
Economics be Restored?”
Dr. Piquet is on a leave of ab
sence from Washington'D.C. where
he served as an economic adviser
on the White House staff.
Glenn Morgan, past president of
the club, will tell of the Northwest
Regional conference to be held in
Moscow, Idaho, Oct. 28. Vacancies
in the delegation are yet to be
One good way to forget the cost
of living is to live so that it’s well
worth it.
Campus Calendar
2:00—Beta Gamma Sigma—101 Commerce.
4:00—YWCA Upperclasa Commission—YWCA.
5:30—Sophomore Commission Dinner—YWCA.
6:30—Mortar Board meeting, Delta Delta Delta house.
6:30—Kwama Meeting—Sigma Kappa house.
6:45—Women’s House Athletic Managers—121 Gerlinger.
6:45—Religious Council meeting—YMCA.
7:00—Russian Club—Gerlinger.
7:30—Forensics Club—104 Villard.
7:30—Christian Science—1215 Emerald.
7:30—Hawaaian Club—Kappa Kappa Gamma house.
7:30—Chess Club—206 Chapman.
Some Oreganas
Still Unclaimed
Students who have purchased,
but not yet called for last year’s
Oregana, are urged by the Student
Union office to do so as soon as
possible. Over 150 uncalled-for Ore
ganas remain at the Student Union
office in McArthur Court. They
belong chiefly to students living in
Eugene and Portland, Student Un
ion secretaries said.
always fine music
the herb widmer trio 4-5823
Yes, at tobacco auctions Lucky Strike
pays millions of dollars more than
official parity prices for fine tobacco!
There’s no finer cigarette in the world today than Lucky
Strike! To bring you this finer cigarette, the makers of
Lucky Strike go after fine, light, naturally mild tobacco
—and pay millions of dollars more than official
parity prices to get it! So buy a carton of Luckies
today. See for yourself how much finer and smoother
Luckies really are—how much more real deep-down
smoking enjoyment they give you. Yes, smoke a Lucky!
It’s a finer, milder, more enjoyable cigarette!
L. MURRAY MANGUM, independent tobacco buyer
of Oxford, N.C., says: “Year after year, I’ve seen
the makers of Luckies buy the kind of tobacco that
tastes good and smokes good! ” Mr. Mangum has
smoked Luckies for 20 years. Here’s more evidence
that Luckies are a finer cigarette!
L.S./Mf.T—lae&f &6tike Afeano fine 7b6acca
So round, so firm, so fully packed — so free and easy on the draw