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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 26, 1951)
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Petitions Are Due
Petitions for tlie Homecoming
I promotion committee will be ac
cepted until noon Saturday, ac
cording to Joan Walker, Home
coming promotion chairman.
Those interested may petition
for the promotion committee
chairmanship or for the chairman
ship of any one of the following
sub-committees: flying spechcs.
signs, window displays, posters or
j Eugeni' promotion, distribution
| and contact.
. Petitions may be turned in to
i Room 303, Student Union, or to
Miss Walker at Kappa Alpha The
: ta. Special arrangements for late
j petitions may be made by culling
| her at 5-9673.
! Today's Oregana picture ached- j
i ule: Kappa Kappa Gamma, Orides ■
. and Pi Beta Phi.
The schedule for next week's j
Monday: Rebec House. Sigma
Tuesday: residents of Hendricks'
and Susan Campbell who have not1
yet had their pictures taken.
Wednesday: Nestor, Phi Kappa
Thursday: Phi Delta Theta, Sed
Friday: Phi Kappa Sigma, Stan
ki.kvivN of the Betty Co-ed—Joe College finalists in shown above.
They arc, from left to rl<4lit. Sue Madsen, Mary IjiuIic Johnson, Ubbf '.r>
liriseoe, Shirley Olson, Cathy Tribe, Ilorothy Carr, Karl Harsh ha r^rr, (
Don Parr, Don Almy, Marty llankltison and Clyde Ollier.
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Billed Tonight 'S
The second in the scries of \V!V^ *j>
Co-Hoc nights will bo hold tonight 1
from 7-10:30 p.m. in Gerlinger h;i!L*''!
The building will bo decorated v'^
along n lluliovveen theme.
Featured at Co-Kee iiight will Is*
square dancing, plngpong, shuffle- '
board, swimming, and volleyball. ' ^
"All students are sure to have.iP
a really good time at Co-Kee night h
as there are sports for all inter
ests," stated Belle Doris Rus ell,
vice-president of WKA.
Cosmopolitans to Meet*
The Cosmopolitan Club will hold,
a social meeting at 8:30 tonight at
Plymouth House next to the Con* L
gregational Church on 13th Street1*
instead of Saturday night U' foi’C
merly planned. *■
All foreign students and those
Americans Interested In meeting j
and knowing foreign students bet- ^
ter are welcome. The change was ,
caused by the fact that the Wins* i('
werino dance is Saturday ,k
Unander Prize Given ‘ °
The $25 Carolyn Benson Umn- ^
der memorial prize, awarded an- “
nually to a woman who has conf"* a
pleted her junior year with an
outstanding college record, major- &
ing in the social sciences, has beri *
won by Janis Evans, senior in so
'Friday at Four' Is.®
New SU Program .1
“Friday at Four," a new weekly *
informal entertainment series, will
be held from 4 to 4:30 p.m. today. ?
in the Student Union fishbowl.
The weekly program will be <
sponsored by the SU concert com- 1
mitte. ‘ j
Coffee will bo served for fivfc
cents from 3:30 to 5 p.m., ami the l
Pi Kappa Alpha trio will be on -
hand to provide entertainment in—
strumentally on the piano, drums,
and bass from 4 to 4:30 p.m.
The "Friday at Four" program,s
will be continued throughout the
school year if the student respon e
is favorable, Jim Wilson, chairman
of the concert committee, stated. '
Any student interested in eiv
tertaining either at the "Friday at.
Four" program, or other programs
sponsored by the committee,
should leave his name in the con
cert box in room 301 of the SU.
The lighthouse station at Hill*- '
boro Inlet, Fla., has a candle
power of 5,500,000,