Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 12, 1949, Page 7, Image 7

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Alpha Tau Omega
Theta Chi
FIRESIDES: Friday, October
Beta Theta Pi
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Sigma Chi
Chi Psi
I.S.A., Gerlinger Annex
October 15
■DESSERTS: Wednesday, October 12
Campbell Club
Merrick Hall
Sigma Kappa
Delta Upsilon
Phi Delta Theta
Phi Kappa Sigma
Pi Beta Phi ,
Theta Chi
Lambda Chi Alpha
Sigma Nu
Kappa Alpha Theta
Delta Gamma
Stitzer Hall
Alpha Chi Omega
Hendricks Hall
Chi Omega
Alpha Xi Delta
Phi Sigma Kappa
Highland House
Pi Kappa Phi
A Nestor Hall
University House
Alpha Hall
Hawaiian Club
Stan Ray Hall
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Gamma Phi Beta
Alpha Gamma Delta
Kappa Sigma
Tri Delta
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Phi
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Gamma Delta
Rebec House
Sigma Phi Epsilon
McChesney Hall
Delta Tau Delta
Tau Kappa Epsilon
Delta Zeta
Carson (2)
Carson (3)
Faculty Tea, Gerlinger, Alumni Hall, October 12
Theta Sigma Phi, Sigma Kappa House, October 13, 6:30-7:30
Mademoiselle Tea 3-5 Thursday, October 13
Albert Castell
Starts Lecture
Series Tonight
A radio lecture series by Albert
Castell, Ph.D., newly appointed
head of the Philosophy Depart
ment, will begin at 6:15 Wednesday
over KOAC.
Entitled “Invitation to Read,” it
will include discussions of novels,
plays, poems and prose criticism
works. They will be discussed in
pair which provide either contrast
or supplement to each other.
Dr. C. B. Youmans
Schedules Speech
Premedical students and others
interested in medicine will have an
opportunity to hear Dr. William
B. Youmans, member of the Ad
missions Committee of the Uni
versity of Oregon Medical School,
Friday at 7:30 p.m. in 207 Chap
*- Dr. Youmans will conduct an in
formal question and answer period
pertaining to Medical School ad
missions. Wives and prospective
wives of permedical students are
especially invited.
Asklepiads, medical honorary, is
sponsoring the meeting.
The first lecture is entitled “Am
erican Heritage’’ and the subject
will be “Common Sense” by Paine;
the following week’s subject is
“The Scarlet Letter” by Haw
Mr. Castell, who was connected
with KUOM in Minnesota, has had
wide lecturing experience at the
University of Minnesota. He has
written several books and articles
including “College Logic” and “In
troduction to Modern Philosophy.”
Piquet to Talk
At Dinner Meet
Dr. Howard S. Piquet, visiting
professor of economics, will speak
at a dinner meeting of the Social
Science Club, Oct. 16 at 6:15 p.m.
at the Faculty Club.
Dr. Piquet, Senior Specialist in
International Economics, Leisla
tive Reference Service, Library of
Congress, will speak on “Our
Foreign Economic Policy and the
Recent Currency Devaluations.”
The Social Science Club is for
members of the faculty only. Res
ervations for the dinner may be
obtained from Professor H. E.
Dean, 109 Oregon Hall, by Satur
day noon, Oct. 15.
Strange how easily a bore can
drill a hole in anybody's patience.
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U of O Co-op Store
Chapman Hall
Dinners on
The annual Schwering exchange
dinners will be held Tuesday in all
women’s living organizations, Bet
ty Horand, chairman of the affair,
has announced.
This dinner is given to earn
funds for the Hazel P. Schwering
memorial scholarship. It is a $300
scholarship awarded annually to an
outstanding junior woman. The
winner is announced late spring
All organization send a certain
number of girls to dinner at
another house. Each girl, whether
an exchange guest or not, contrib
utes 10 cents to the fund. This
money is to be taken to the office
of the director of women’s affairs.
The houses as they are paired
Carson—2 floor—Delta Delta
Delta, Sigma Kappa.
3 floor—Alpha Chi Omega,
Kappa Kappa Gamma.
4 floor—Pi Beta Phi, Zeta Tau
Hendricks—Delta Gamma, Alpha
Omicron Pi.
University House—Delta Zeta.
Rebec House—Alpha Phi.
Ann Judson—Gamma Pho Beta,
Highland House—Alpha Xi Delta.
Alpha Gamma Delta—Chi Omega.
Kappa Alpha Theta—Alpha Delta
The presidents of these organi
zations are asked to contact each
other to make arrangements, Miss
Horand said.
Beginning Classes
In German Open
First year German classes in the
Extension Division will meet each
Wednesday night from 7 to 10 in
Friendly Hall. Classes provide non
credit reading knowledge of Ger
man and are open to anyone wish
ing to take them.
Campus Calendar
12:00—YMCA Cabinet meeting—
12:00—Red Cross Committee heads
■—12 Friendly.
4:00—Pi Mu Epsilon, mathematics
honorary—256 Emerald.
4:00—Alpha Kappa Delta—201
7:30—Young Democrats Campaign
Committee—Upstairs in Side.
After being broken, nothing is as
good as it was, including your word.
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Wright Increases
Restricted Parking
Restricted parking- spots in the
Johnson Hall lot have been in
creased to four, I. I. Wright, direc
tor of the physical plant, announ
ced yesterday.
This new reserved section will
be used by service trucks and in
case of emergency. Other restric
ted zones by Johnson are for the
cars of the Chancellor, President,
and State Board.
La Mesa Espanola
To Hold Meeting
La Mesa Espanola, which in
English means “the Spanish table,”
will be held this noon at the An
chorage. All students who are in
terested in Spanish conversation
are invited to attend the luncheon.
This club was started last winter
term and will continue on this year,
meeting every Wednesday noon
with the conversation being car
ried on only in Spanish.
Mademoiselle Tea
Will Be Tomorrow
The Mademoiselle tea for under
graduate women interested in any
phase of magazine work, will be
held tomorrow, Alumni Hall, Ger
linger, from 3 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Darcy
Friedman, assistant college board
editor of the magazine, will speak
on magazine work as a career.
Mademoiselle College Board and
20 “Guest Editorialships” will be
explained by Mrs. Friedman.
That Apple-A-Day
Available at Co-op
The Co-op is initiating a new
business venture, never tried be
fore in Oregon Co-op history. An
apple machine will be installed
l ight next to the coke machine.
The “Frigid-Aps,” as they are
called, are “From the Tree to
Thee,” and stay under constant re
frigeration. Their cost has not
been divulged yet.
Shan-Yi Ch'en to Speak
Shan-Yi Ch’en, associate profes
sor of physics, will speak at a
physics seminar Thursday at 4 p.m.
in 105 Deady.
“New Absorption Bands of Al
kali Atoms Due to the Presence of
Foreign Cases” is the subject of
his talk.
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Juicy Ground Beef garnished well
with Crispy Lettuce, Tasty Onions,
Spicy Relish, Tangy Mayonnaise,
served on Toasted Bun with gobs of
French Fries.
U.O.-lowa Tilt
Broadcast Set
Radio stations HASH, Eugene,
and KWJJ, Portland will carry
the Oregon-Iowa football broad
cast from Iowa City Oct. 29,
Art Ldtchman, director of the
athletic news bureau, announced
The broadcast will be through
the courtesy of the Associated
Oil Co. Release rights to the Uni
versity of Iowa will be paid by
the University of Oregon Athle
tic Department, Litcliman said.
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