Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 16, 1951, Page Three, Image 3

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pi the annual 8hiblcy Awnri!
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ttif Pulp and Paper In
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HazeP, Scottj Comes to Mac Court
Apr. 28 toiGive1!Piano Recital
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tom «•!!< h month to join hun In
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muni, m New York with Dr
1'owell’n mother.
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will Introduce several of hor own
Inventive < onipoHitlonn as well h<
classic* anil boogie-woogie.
Newburn to Speak
At Institute Here
Harry K. K^wburn, University
president, and Floyd y Miller,
Vice-president of the Miller Mer
cantile Co. of Portland will be fea-1
ture/1 -peakcM for the 12th annual
Oregon Retail Distributor*' Insti
tute to be held May 6 and 7 on the
University campus.
Newburn will speak at the Sun-1
day banquet of the ORDI In the
Student Union, while the opening
session will hear a talk on "The.
Kffeeti of the War on Different
Typ< 1 of Retailing," to be preucnt
<‘d by Miller.
Ah president of OltDI. Gene
Van-lenyrid. manager of the R. D
Klfulrora company, Salem, will wel
orr.<- institute members when the
onftience convenes.
Tickets on Sale
For Breakfast
JV-kets go on sale today for the
* mditiona! YWCA Junior-Senior
Breakfast, to be held at 9:15 a m.
Sunday the Student Union Ball
room. Price of the ticket# is UH
"•nt», helping to carry out the
Uk-uu- of "Bargain Breakfast.”
Jicket Half's will he conducted
through representatives in each of
th' women's living organizations.
Wednesday will be the last day to
obtain tickets.
Mrs. Roy McCall, wife of the!
head of the speech department, will
be the featured .speaker. In her
talk, "Buys for the Activity Wise,"
she will tell of wime of the activity
opportunities open to women grad
Bonnie Birkemeier is general
chairman for the event. The other
committee heads are Maiy Ellen
Burrell, tickets; Kathy Davis, in
vitations; Karen Eremeef, decora
tions; Jean Lewis, catering; and
Maggie Pownc and Denis Thum,
The breakfast is being held part
ly in conjunction with National
YWCA Week which begins Sunday.
Float Themes Due
Junior Weekend float themes
are due by 5 p.m. today in 301
Student Union.
In ease of duplications, themes
turned in by this deadline have
priority over any turned in late.
10 a.m. — Cane Co. Horn*- Ex
tension, 110 SC
Noon — YWCA Senior Com
mission, 111 SC
I p.m. — Phi Theta Cpsllon
Sales, 111 SIJ
Dorm-Panheflenie Meeting,
112 SC
1 :S0 Si 7 p.m. — Bowling Movie,
11 SC
7 p.m. — Co-ed Co-op Council,
110 SC
7:30 p.m. — AS CO Exec. Coun
cil, SSI sc
H p.m. — SC Board, 315 SC
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Assistant managing editor: Phil
Desk staff: Marge Floren, John
Roaney, A1 Karr
Night Editor: Pat Choat
Night Staff: Dick Thompson
Mrs. Wickham to Visit
Mrs. Golda P. Wickham, director
of women's affairs, wnli speak to
high school girls in Olympia, Wash.,
She will talk under the auspice.?
of the American Association of
University Women, the student af
fairs office announced.
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