One of Oregon's Darker Days CH.IC^OO DAILY 4‘ SUN fe TIMES rHr rrfTtfli* ^ »ju* Mvkvi j-iitl m - Firemen Quell Mob Story o»P«*» I A TKYINO MOMENT In University history Is depleted on the front pap of the Cliliigu fhilly Sun Times, May 19, 1959. Student* gath ered to protest advent of deferred living at Oregon. Kvent was given ronsidenibly more attention outside state. SU Jubilee Dance Slated Saturday "Diamond Jubilee" the 75th an niversary dance, will be held from 9 p.m. until midnight Saturday in the Student Union ballroom. Music will be provided by the High Mutters. John Jensen, A1 liarztnun and the Delt .trio will furnish entortalment during the evening, dance chairman Don Almy announced. Dress will be informal, with ! hort silks for the women and suits for the men. The dance is either stag or date with an admission price of 25 cents per person, 50 cents a couple. lIMUfrtifii Now Playing “Pick Up ’ Beverly Michaels & Hugo Hass also “Never Trust a Gambler” Dane Clark & Cathy O'Donnell Note: Hellig Theatre will be closed afternoons only, Monday thru Friday, for ah indefinite period for repairs. Box office will be open at 6:00 for evening showings only. Sat. ll:45-Sun day 12:45. LAN E Now l*taylng “Coming ’Round the Mountain" Abbott & Costello also “Goodby My Fancy” loan Crawford & Frank Love joy Now Playing “Little Egypt” Mark Stevens & Rhonda Flemming also “This is Korea” Documentary “^cfuyUex , Survey Shows OregontoWin In Next Game By Sue Lichty Oregon will win the Idaho game Saturday if the opinions of Oregon students arc correct. Of the students interviewed, only one mentioned the likelihood of an Idaho win, pointing out Oregon's , loss of so many players. Most felt if the spirit was good, the team could still pull through for a win. When asked, "Who will W'in the Oregon-Idaho game?” they an swered : Kay Maier sophomore in lib eral arts “I’m sure we’ll win if everybody yells as loud as I do." Dave M«cklem sophomore in business administration—"Oregon. The team's been working pretty hard out there." Miriam Goddard -sophomore in liberal arts "It's a toss-up, but I'll give Oregon the edge, and stick up for the old home team.” Jo Chase sophomore in liberal j arts "We should win. Our team ) must be better than Idaho's." Paul Lasker sophomore in lib- ! peral arts "If the spirit is there, how could Oregon lose?" Lids W illiams senior in speech "If the team plays up to its ca pacity, I'm sure we can win. How ever, with the list of injuries, it's any team's race.” Lowell Aplet senior in physics "Oregon is going to have a pret ty’ rough time with Novikoff, Dun ham and Davenport out of the game." Carol Kau sophomore in liberal arts "Oregon. Best team, best spirit, best campus.” Ron Parelius—junior in business administration — "Oregon. Were bound to win. We've got to win a game sometime.” Kincaid Athletic Field was lo cated where Chapman hall now stands. WE . . . EXTEND OUR SINCERE CONGRATULATIONS SO THE U OF O ON YOUR 75th BIRTHDAY 61 East Broadway Ph. 5-6232 4 FRIDAY 5:00 Plano Moods 5:15 Guest Star 5 :S0 New* 5:45 Sports News 6:00 Tabic Hopping 6:15 Music in the Air 6:30 Entertainment Guide 6:45 Religious New* 7:00 Dr. lame* Conan t 8:00 Dr. Clarence Faust 8:45 Musical Interlude 8:00 Request Time 10:80 News 10:85 Time to Say Goodnight 11:00 Sign Off CAMPUS CALENDAR FRIDAY, NOV. 2, 1951 8:00 75th Annlv Registration 2nd FlrSU 10:00 MacKrnzie Assembly Ballroom SU 1:30 Convocation McArthur Ct 4:00 Fishbowl Concert Fishbowl SU 6:30 Anniversary Banquet Ballroom SU 7:30 Ilui-O-Kamaaina 3rd Floor Ger Radio Play Tryouts Scheduled For Today Tryouts for the Radio Workshop j production, ‘'Nemisis," will be held : from 3:15 to 5 p.m. today in Studio j A, third floor Villard, according to Ansel Resler, director. Anyone is eligible to read for 1 parts, said Resler. The play offers unusual opportunity for “phycho logical characterization.” ''Nemisis” will be broadcast! Thursday at 4 :30 p.m. KOAC and at 6:30 p.m. over KWAX. Robert Fulton made the first practial steamboat trip on the Clermont in 1807. He left New York Aug. 17, and reached Albany, 150 miles away, in 32 hours. Congratulations Oregon on your 75th Birthday! Sporting Goods 40 YEARS IN EUGENE ” 770 WILLAMETTE STREET CONGRATULATIONS TO U. of O. ON 75 YEARS OF SERVICE STUDENTS, RELATIVES, FRIENDS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO OUR SERVICES 9:45 a.m. — University Class, Fred Heard, Teacher 11 a.m. — SERMON — "THIS IS THE WILL OF GOD” By Rev. Chas. Losie of Salem — Broadcast over HASH 6:30 — UNIVERSITY FELLOWSHIP 7:30 — “THE POWER OF GOD” in PICTURES FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Bdwy & High Dr. Vance H. Webster, Pastor University Jeweler’s CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR 75th ANNIVERSARY COMPLETE LINE OF COLLEGIATE JEWELRY 849 E. 13th AVENUE TELEPHONE 4-4611 CONGRATULATIONS to the ' University of Oregon upon the completion of 75 eventful years. This Oregon bank joins the rest of the state in extending all good wishes for a brilliant future. The UNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK "An Oregon Bank Serving Oregon" Member of the Federal 8th and Willamette Deposit Insurance Corp.