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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 10, 1950)
UO Leads to Top Chest Allotment By 10 Percent
Thursday afternoon the Univer
sity became the first Lane Coun
ty group to exceed its quota when
Community Chest figures were re
leased by N. H. Cornish, faculty
chairman. The drive had achieved
about 10 per cent more than the
With collections from 20 living
organizations not yet tabulated,
the University total stood at
Pi Beta Phi led women’s houses
in total collections with $42, while
Kappa Kappa Gamma followed
with $38 in contributions. Chi Ome
ga collected $25 and Sigma Kappa
contributed $24 toward the annual
Sigma Phi Epsilon topped men’s
living organizations with $23.91,
followed by Nestor Hall with
$20.42, and Hunter Hall with
Did Good Job
"The University did a magnifi
cent job for the Community
Chest,” Cornish said in a state
ment Thursday afternoon. “The
intent and effective work of all the
captains and solicitors as well as
the generosity of the contributors
made it possible to make our quota
and go beyond it.”
“The task was made more dif
ficult,” Cornish said, "by the
flood, the national election, and
Homecoming, which came in the
midst of the campaign. Therefore,
the students, faculty, and other
employees of the University de
serve special credit for the splen
“As chairman of the Univer
sity Chest campaign, I desire to
thank all the participants for their
hardy and cooperative support.”
Calling all Girls!
HALF PRICE SALE
House, Dorms Donate
Georgie Oberteuffer, campus
chairman, said Thursday that don
ations from 39 living organiza
tions, SU and Co-op booths, and
the off-campus drive had amount
ed to a $528.07 total.
“I would like to express my ap
preciation of the hard work dis
played on the part of house repre
sentatives and committee work
ers,” Miss Oberteuffer stated.
Living organizations who have
not yet turned in their money are
requested by Miss Oberteuffer to
do so today. Collections may be
left at Kappa Alpha Theta.
French Choir to Sing
(Continued, from tmpe one)
1,000 a cappella concerts in Eu
rope, the Near East, and all over
the Western Hemisphere from
Canada to Argentina.
Folk Songs on List
Their program here will consist
of French folk songs, religious
music, and American songs. This
combination drew “rave notices”
from New York critics after the
choir’s concert in Carnegie Hall
two weeks ago:
“The cohesion of tone, the full
sounds, the pianissimos, the cres
cendos and the dimuendos, the
soprano solos that floated over
the quiet voices of the men, the
purity and the unearthly ensem
ble—all these features seemed to
transform the hall into the like
ness of a cathedral,” the New York
Times critic wrote.
SHE’S SORRY NOW,
SORRY AND HOW
SHE WAS IN A TRANCE,
LOST HER LAST CHANCE TO
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PARTIAL PAYMENT $3.00 NOW
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Welles Airs Views to Press
(Continued from page one)
case of an emergency are the three constructive steps in foreign
relations in the last five years.”
Concerning the recent elections, We’les stated that he did not re
gard the results as a victory for McCarthyism. ‘‘The fact that it is
an off-year is reason for a protest vote.” Ha said it is easier to start
than to stop a smear in commenting on the Communist witch-hunt.
Welles declined to discuss the possibilities of a resignation by Sec
retary of State Dean Acheson. However, he observed in deference to
a recent prediction by a nationally syndicated columnist that Chief
Supreme Court Justice Fred Vinson would succeed Acheson, that
Vinson lacked previous experience. “Averell Harriman, secretary
of commerce and former foreign ambassador, has much more ex- ,
perience in foreign relations,” he commented.
Furthermore, Welles said that “it is doubtful whether Vandenberg’s |
non-partisan policy would be feasible in view of the election returns.
Regarding refortification of Germany and Japan, Welles explain
ed the former would welcome rearmament if the Schuman Plan goes
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