Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 31, 1950, Page 6, Image 6

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    University Student
Dies of Heart Attack
Robert I. Phillips, University
junior in pre-law, died of a heart
attack Monday, Mar. 20, in the
Walking into the Infirmary
about noon Monday, Phillips com
plained of sharp pains in his chest.
He died shortly after noon.
He was a fall term transfer from
Vanport College.
In addition to his parents, Dr.
and Mrs. Phillips of Portland, the
25-year-old student is survived by
a brother, Dr. Tom Phillips of Lake
Grove, and two sisters, Betty Stur
gess, Vancouver, and Alice Law
less, Los Angeles.
Funeral services were held in
Portland last week.
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Full Weekend Planned
By Religious Groups
A Palm Sunday service of medi
tation will be held at Westminster
House Sunday evening, following
the fellowship supper at 5:30.
Janet Danielson and Frank Coth
rell are in charge of the worship
services, and Ed Neuenfeldt heads
the fellowship supper.
Next week’s schedule at West
minster House includes the Wed
nesday chapel service to be led by
Jim Woodworth, and the Tuesday
and Thursday devotional meet
ings. Starting time for these three
meetings is 12:30 p. m.
Fellowship suppers (pot-luck
style) are scheduled for every
Thursday evening of the term.
The group’s officers will hold
their annual retreat this Saturday
to plan term activities. Apr 21 and
22 are the established dates for
the group’s retreat, which will be
held either at Nelscott or Belknap
wesiey nous**
A “Get-Acquainted” party will
be held at Wesley House tonight
at 8 p. m. New and old students
are invited to join in an evening
of fun and fellowship.
Vergil S. Fogdall, director of
men’s affairs, will be guest speak
er for the Sunday evening forum
hour, Apr. 2. This meeting will
begin with a snack supper at 5
p. m. and will be over by 7 p. m. to
allow students to attend the special
Easter cantata “Stabat Mater” by
Rossini, to be presented at First
Methodist Church at 7:30 p. m.
Holy Week services will be held
each evening at 8 p. m.. at First
Methodist Church. The Wesley
Chorus will present special music
on Tuesday, and the Wesley Flay
ers will present a play, “The Ter
rible Meek” on Good Friday eve
ning. Mrs. Ottilie Seybolt will have
the dramatic lead in the produc
tion, assisted by John Ogle and
Kenneth Neal.
Newman Club
The Rev. Paul Zeller of Cottage
Grove will speak at the Newman
Club’s first meeting of the term
Sunday. The meetings will begin
at 7 p. m. during spring term in
stead of 6:30.
Father Zeller's topic will be “The
Intellect of Christ.” He has previ
ously spoken to the club on the
Catholic’s attitude on books on the
Index. The club’s program for the
term will also be presented at the
All house representatives will
meet with Ruth Landry, vice presi
dent, at 7 p. m. Tuesday in the up-1
stairs meeting room at the Side. |
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1 he executive council win meei ax
Seymour’s after the 9 a. m. Mass
Sunday. Officers and committee
heads will attend.
Both Monday and Wednesday’s
discussion groups will study the
ceremonies of Holy Week next
week. All Catholics are invited to
the informal discussions at 7 p. m.
at the Side.
Plymouth Club
‘‘A Hard Time party will lead off
the spring term recreational ac
tivities at Plymouth House, to
night from 8 to 12 p. m. Special
events will include folk dances,
group games, social and square
dances. Plymouth House is next
to the Congregational Church, 13th
and Ferry Street. \
All students are invited to come
“in best rags” and join the fun.
The oldest and most nearly worn
out clothes are in order. Bill Byrd
will call the square dances. Re
freshments will be served.
Sunday evening at b p. m., i_,eona
E. Tyler, associate professor of
psychology, will speak and lead a
discussion on the subject “How
our beliefs affect our actions.” This
will be preceded by a social hour
at 4 in Plymouth House where
students may play shuffleboard,
ping-pong, and pool. A snack sup
per will be served at 5:45.
Baptist Church
University students are invited
to the First Baptist Church, Broad
way and High, for Bible study Sun
day morning at 9:45.
The Palm Sunday service at 11
a. m. will feature a message by
Dr. Vance H. Webster, on “His
Eyes Were Made Blind That His
Soul Might See.” The choir will
sing “Jerusalem” by Parker, and
Shirley Anderson will sing “The
Palms” by Faure. This service will
be broadcast by KASH. The Lord’s
Supper will be observed.
There will be a fellowship hour
at 6:30 Sunday evening, and Dr.
Webster will speak on “Christ, the
Good Shepherd” at 7:30.
Christian House
Christian House is planning
several events this weekend, be
ginning with a “Spring Opening”
party at 8 p. m. this evening.
Special guests will be delegates
to the statewide Youth Planning
Conference now in session at the
First Christian Church. President
Art Johnson will bring ASUO
greetings to the visitors.
Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5
p. m., Christian House will observe
its first birthday party, with spe
cial guests from Eugene and near
by communities, and from the fac
ulty and University students.
A brief program giving the or
igin, growth, and outlook of Chris
tian House will be presented by
Sherman Holmes, Imogene Spur
geon, Victor P. Morris, and Rev.
Carroll C. Roberts.
At the regular 6 p. m. Sunday
meeting, Mrs. Kenneth C. Hend
ricks will speak on “Japan To
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Sophomore Wisdom
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who thought she was looking
at the ruins.
Someone drew a diagram of
how she was looking over her
shoulder. I said that I under
stood. but actually I said it
just to keep peace. Things
grew rather embarrassing,
and finally we changed the
We began looking for other
things in the picture. What
we found: two Arab women
with veils, an albino seal with
many flippers, a tiger, a baby,
and a gentleman resembling
Erasmus of Rotterdam.
What I want to know is
what this was all doing under
the WSSF story. This pic
ture could, by the way, be
used for other stories. No one
would know the difference.
Sierra Nevada Trip
Slated for Summer
Opportunities for summer vaca
tion trips in the Sierra Nevada
country of California have recently
been announced.
Two trips on the John Muir Trail
are being planned, under the direc
tion of Joseph C. Wampler, arch
aeologist-mountaineer of Berkley,
Calif. Each trip is for four weeks,
although it is possible to join the
party for one, two, or three weeks.
The first trip will start in mid
July, with the second starting in
For further information and
reservations write to Wampler at
1940 Heai’st Ave., Berkeley 9,
Low-cost Student Tours, Bus or
BHce From 63 days, $435, all inc.
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Students’ International Travel Association
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