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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1950)
FOR SALE—1937 Chrysler Sedan
—“47” motor. Excellent condi
tion. Very clean upholstery.
2338-1 Patterson Dr. 38
LOST—Polyphase slide rule, black
leather case near SU—Reward,
Ext. 234, Daniel Yuzon. 39
FOUND—Coin purse in SU Thurs
day. Identify at 214 Commerce.
M. R. Greene. 37
A Phi 0 Gathering
(Continued from page one)
Director of Student Affairs Don
ald M. DuShane will talk on
“Leadership;” P. L. Kleinsorge,
professor of economics at the Uni
versity ,will talk on the subject
of “Ideals of APO;” and Joseph
Scanlon will speak on “Through
The purpose of the convention
is to exchange ideas and prob
lems and to learn new methods of
service to the school, community,
and nation. Some resolutions may
‘ be considered.
General Chairman Sloan’s as
sistants will include the following
chairmen: Finance, Ervin Larsen;
Correspondence and Registration,
Sherman Holmes; Arrangements,
Robert Metz; Recreation, John
Musgrove; Housing, Ken Warren;;
Exhibits and Decorations, Jim Mc
Alear; and Publicity, P. W. John
son. William Wise has been ap
pointed conference secretary.
Alpha Phi Omega has gained
over 30,000 members in 226 chap
ters in 25 years of existence. The
Zeta Psi chapter was formed dur
ing the 1948-49 school year.
Biology Seminar Set
A biology seminar will be held
at 4 p.m. today in 103 Deady.
Chairman of the seminar will
be P. L. Risley head of biology
department. Speakers will be
Charles Curtis, Douglas Patter
son, and Laurence McDowell.
Chocolates & Fudge
Made in Eugene
63 E. Broadway
‘Fortunes of Capt. Blood”
“Kill the Umpire”
ItI ilo, i AIDER DIAL 5-1022
Foreign Movie Selection
“Stars In My Crown”
“The White Tower”
lTl SPRINGFIELD 7-2/0!
‘Rogues of Sherwood Forest’
Great Jewel Robbery”
“Tyrant of the Sea”
Drive In Theatre
“Ticket to Tomahawk”
At Delta Zeta.. .
A banquet was held after the
Homecoming game at the DZ
house. It was enjoyed by guests
and alums alike.
Pat Husband was recently pin
ned to Beta Dewey Keller.
At Theta. . .
Recently initiated was Patty
Wright, and affiliated were Mar
gie Wells and Ann Craig. Margie
transferred from UCLA last year
and Ann came to Oregon from
Two new pledges, Barbara Keel
en and Sally Haseltine, were re
cently elected Secretary of the
Freshman^ class, and President of
the Junior Panhellenic, respective
Newly pinned are Sally Lewis
to Fiji Bud Heitschmidt and Joan
Elliott to Bill De Land, Phi Psi.
At Tri Delt. . .
'Betty Bagley was presented with
the Tri Delt president’s pin Mon
day. This pin belonged to the late
Pearl Bonisteel, past national pre
sident and former president of the
Tri Delt chapter at Oregon.
Mary Lo Paddock is now wear
ing Ron Hall’s Lambda Chi pin.
She announced it to those Tri
.Delts who are living in Carson
The Eugene alliance of Tri Delta
. entertained their new pledges
Monday evening at a party given
in their honor.
At Alpha Xi Delta. ..
Many Alpha Xi’s will get to
gether this weekend in Portland
when Jan Nielson and Pi Kap Dick
■Chehak are married. Jean Dewees
will be Maid of Honor and Dolores
Donna Anderson, who sang Mon
day night over radio station
KOAC, recently was pinned to
George Yost. I
At A D Pi...
Hie marriage of Shirley Wilson
to Lyman Oliver was an event of
last Sunday in Albany.
Yvonne Strine announced to her
sorority sisters her engagement to
Bud Buckles of North Bend.
Newly pinned couples are Joan
Safarick to Merv Hampton, SAM,
and Mary Cochran to Tom Crosley,
At Chi Omega...
Hallowe’en gaiety reached a
climax at dinner when Janet
Swint surprised the house with
her engagement to Delt Bob
Coffyn. Before they could recover,
Dot Polanski revealed her Kappa
Sig pin from Bob Deacon. Dot was
pledged this week to Phi Beta,
national music and drama honor
At Sig Ep. ..
Luckily, no one was injured
when the parents of House Man
ager Dick Kading were involved
in a head on collision between
Burns and Bend while enroute to
our Homecoming activities last
In the finals of the bridge tour
nament are Mert Meeker and Jim
Ekstrom. The Sig Eps are now
tied for first place in the inter
fraternity bowling league.
(Continu-ed frutti page six)
University graduate student.
Wesley Foundation will hold an
open house from 8 to 11:30 p.m.
“What I Believe About God’’
will be the topic discussed by Dr.
N. P. Jacobsen at the Sunday
LUTHERAN STUDENT HOUSE
A roller skating party sponsor
ed jointly by Gamma Delta, Luth
eran student group at Grace Luth
eran Church, and the Lutheran
Student House, will be held at 8
p.m. Saturday in Corvallis, with
Corvallis Lutheran groups.
Initiation of new members wilt
highlight the Gamma Delta meet
ing, beginning at 5:30 p.m. Sun
day at the Grace Lutheran Church.
A supper will also be served by
the ladies’ society.
Folk games led by Bill Byrd
will be the main feature of the
party at .8 p.m. tonight at Christ
“What Do We Believe About
God?” will be discussed by Paul
S. Mellish, pastor of Central Pres
byterian Church, at 5:30 p.m. Sun
day. Gene Johnson will head the
worship service. Members of the
campus YMCA will be guests for
the evening. Refreshments will be
Arne During of Sweden will be
guest discussion leader on the
topic of campus life from 4 to 5
p.m. Tuesday, at the International
Ardie Naff and Casey Chaney
are in charge of arrangements for
■ the potluck, scheduled for married
students at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.
The Father Leo J. Linahen, club
chaplain, will continue with his
weekly talks on church organiza
tion at the regular meeting of the
Jim Crismon has been drafted in
to the army and will begin his 21
day pre-induction furlough Sun
After the bonfire, an alumni
active party was held. Feature of
the party was the traditional foot
ball game in the living room.
Rules were: same as standard, but
participants may not get off their
knees. Final score: Alumni 6,
News from the service: Bob Hil
ton is now at Camp Carson, Colo
rado; Glen Lorenz is now at Cape
May, New Jersey; Bud Barnum of
the United States Air Force is
stationed at Shepard Field, Texas.
Will Give Party
A regular Friday Night Party
will be given by the Cosmopolitan
Club at 8:00 p.m. Friday at Wes
The party is open to any stu
dents and faculty members who
are interested in attending.
Entertainment for the evening
will be dancing, games, a short
program, and refreshments.
Thursday the Cosmopolitan Club
will elect a vice president, sergeant
at arms, and social chairman at
4:00 p.m. The place will be an
Newman Club, 7 p.m. Sunday in
the Gerlinger Annex.
A week-end ski trip to Santian
Lodge is being tentatively plan
ned by the group for sometime1
during winter term. Newmanites
from here would join those from
Oregon State in making the trip.
a Doy and a girl one night
Were watching the moon
Said he to she, “Will you
“If the ring’s from Bristow's
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