Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 29, 1949, Page 8, Image 8

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    Local IFC Officers to Attend Meeting
Two University students, Fred
Van Horn and Irving Steinbock,
will attend a Western Regional
Interfraternity Conference in Pull
man, Wash., Nov. 9 through 12.
Van Korn is president and Stein
bock secretary of the University
Interfraternity Council.
Washington State College and
the University of Idaho will be
joint hosts for the conclave.
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President of the WIKh C is Fred
Snyder, Phi Gamma Delta from
the University of Arizona. Other
officers include vice-president Bob
Thurston, Alpha Delta Phi from
the University of British Colum
bia; Secretary Ray Schaaf, Tau
Kappa Epsilon from Washington
State College; and Treasurer Bob
Steward, Kappa Sigma from San
Diego State.
Unusual Garb Seen
(Continued from page seven)
dates went on a hayride before the
“Snowbound” was the theme of
the Chi Omega dance, and ski
clothes were worn. The house rep
resented a ski lodge, with a cheery
fire in the fire-place and skis, and
sleds lining the walls. The windows
were frosted to add to the effect of
a cold winter night. Tables in the
dining room were covered with red
and white checked tablecloths, and
apples and pop corn were served.
The couples danced the Raspa
and Schottish, which highlighted
the evening.
The Alpha Gamma Deltas danc
ed in an “Enchanted Forest.” The
living room was decked with gold
trees and silhouettes of deer. Little
pixies and pixie houses decorated
the entrance hall. A four-piece or
chestra furnished the music. This
was a formal affair.
Girls' V-Ball
(Continued from page seven)
mately 260 girls are playing in the
Sharing the spotlight in women’s
sports is the badminton tourna
ment, with Colleen Roberts as
manager. Thirty-seven girls are
participating in the tournament
which is quite an increase over
last year’s turn-out. Games are
played on Tuesday and Thursday
afternoons and Saturday mornings.
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