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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 3, 1950)
Sale of Apples
Gamma Alpha Chi apple sale
committee heads were announced
Wednesday by Kay Kuckenberg,
The national women’s advertis
ing fraternity will sell apples Tues
day through Thursday in class
rooms, houses, and other campus
buildings. The apples are priced at
one dime each.
House sales chairman is Kathy
Littlefield; booths, Marion Galla;
publicity and promotion, Sue Fin
zer; posters, Frances Neel and
Bonnie Birkemeier; flying
speeches, Harriet Vahey; transpor
tation, Doris Purvine; finance,
Jeanne Hoffman and Carolyn Sil
va; and contact, Gretchen Grefe.
Card Stunt Participators Must
Wear White Shirts, Says Brittain
students participating in the
card stunt section at Saturday’s
Homecoming game will sit in Sec
tion O, Bob Brittain, card stunt
chairman, stated Thursday.
Participants must be attired in
white blouses or shirts or they
will not be allowed to sit in the
section. In case of rain, students
should wear the white blouse or
shirt over a jacket.
Brittain stressed that no one is
to touch the cards until they have
•received the go-ahead signal just
before the half time of the game.
Cards will be placed on the seats
before the game.
Following is a list of points for
the participants to remember in
order that the card stunts be
Listen closely to the instructions
coming over the microphone.
Be sure to read instructions
carefully and hold up the correct
Cards are to be held at eye level.
12 noon—Executive committee,
University Theatre, 110
Phi Delta Phi, 113 SU
Group fo Stage Acts From Greatest Plays
Student Theater, a program of
dramatic selections from the
world’s great plays, will be pre
sented by technique of acting
classes Monday at 4 and 7:30 p.m.
in the laboratory theater of Vil
The program, under the super
vision of Gordon Erickson, gradu
ate in speech and manager of the
lab theater, is open to any interest
ed persons. There is no admission
Drugs and Prescription Service
Magazines and Candy
11th and Alder * Phone 5-9311
ERB MEMORIAL STUDENT UNION
WARMLY WELCOMES FRIENDS AND ALUMS
OF THE UNIVERSITY OF OREGON
TO TAKE FULL ADVANTAGE OF
THE AVAILABLE SERVICES
THE SODA BAR
1 FOR SHORT ORDERS
BREAKFAST, FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Friday 7:30 a.m.—1:00 a.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m.—1:00 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m.—10:45 p.m.
AT ALL HOURS
Lunch & Dinner
Sat. Oct. 5,1950
11:30 a.m. S.U. Ballroom
Available in Student Union
TO SPEED SERVICE, SEPARATE BAR FOR COFFEE ONLY
ALUMS—ATTEND THE HOMECOMING DANCE SATURDAY
$2.40 A COUPLE—9 p.m. IN THE STUDENT UNION
SERVICES OF THE MAIN LOBBY OF YOUR ERB MEMORIAL STUDENT UNION
• Free coat checking
• Bulletin Board notices
• Daily calendar for Student
Union and campus
Cigarettes, candy, gum, news
papers, cigars and aspirin
Personal checks up to $10.00
Local and long distance phone
• Western Union facilities
• General Information
• Lost and Found Dept.
60c a table per hour before 6 p.m.
75c a table per hour after 6 p.m.
15c per table at all times
25c a line before 6 p.m.
30c a line after 6 p.m.
Free Coat Checking In The Main Lobby