Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 02, 1951, Page Eight, Image 8

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    Parade Meeting Set
House representatives for the
noise parade will meet at 1 p.m.
Monday in the Student Union, ac
cording to Tom Wrightson. noise
parade chairman.
Drawings for the pairing ci cain
p ,s living organizations will take
place at the meeting.
Cosmopolitan Club
Members of the Cosmopolitan
dab going to Corvallis tonight
i .ust assemble in front of Ger
1. iger at ! p.m. according to Pieter
Ptreefkerk. president. More cars
S'O needed for transportation.
Sugar Plum
13th & Hilyard
University to Hear Eminent Educators
(Continued from page one)
in a University." Orlando J. Hollis,
dean of the law school, will pre
side as master of ceremonies, rep
lesenting the alumni of the Uni
Chancellor Charles D. Byrne of
the Oregon State System of Higher
Education will speak briefly, as
will President Newburu. A cham
ber music group will play dinner
music and Morris Beachy, gradu
ate student in the music school,
will sing two baritone solos.
Delegates will be guests of uni
versity departments at a luncheon
at noon today in the Student Union
Heating Plant Open to Public
The new University heating and
generating plant wil^ be open for
public inspection Friday and Sat
urday mornings. A special display
of early University of Oregon doc
uments may be viewed during tl»e
weekend in the library .
Portraits of University of Ore
gon presidents are now on display
at the Student Union, as are greet
ings and congratulatory messages
the university has received from
universities aud professional lead
ers in America and Europe.
The Student Union hospitality
committee will conduct guided
tours of the building over the
weekend for University guests.
Civil servlcl workers and faculty
members may be excused from
their duties to attend the convo
cation this afternoon, L. M. Nel
son, director of public services,
has announced.
The addresses by President Con
ant aud President MacKenzie are
open to the public at no charge.
Progressively Growing with the University
and Eugene
Willamette St.
Reliqious Notes
Hay rides, talks on dating and
marriage, international get-togeth
ers und coffee hours are on the
agenda for rumpus religious
groups during the coming week.
Friendly House
"Economic Problems of .South
America" is the title of the speech
which Wallace Hayden, associate
professor of architecture, will give
at 8 p ill. Friday in Friendly house
at 2445 Kincaid. All University
students are invited to attend the
conservation hour.
World Community l»".v
World Community day is sched
uled for 7:30 p.m. Friday at the
First Baptist church in downtown
Eugene. Three speakers, Jan Ons
rud of Norway. Marcus Gih of
China and the Rev. Charles Epple.
who spent two and a half years in
Japan as a Red Cross worker, will
lead the evening's discussion which
will be centered around “Dive Thy
Soloist for the evening's enter
tainment will be Rita Yuzon of
Hawaii, who will sing the Twenty
third psalm. Otto Cundritsch of
Austria will yodel while Durga
Bhutani from India will sing and
play his native songs.
Ushers for the program come
from all parts of the globe. They
include Ann Cruz from Guam,
Gloria Galia from The Philippines,
Mieko Ohno of Japan. Consuelo
Silveta from Panama, Otto Cun
dritsch from Austria and Durga
Bhutani from India.
All students, especially foreign
students, are invited to attend the
international get-together. A cof
fee hour will follow the evening's
Christian House
Open house is scheduled for the
weekend ut the Christian group
We Give S & H Green Stamps
Rayon Gabardine
Reg. 5.95 to 7'95
Nylon-Acetates, Rayons
Reg. 10.00
Gingham Checks & Plaids
Reg.^.4.95 to 5.95
French Flannel
Reg. 7.95 *
Tweedy Rayons
Reg. 6.95
Rayon Houndstooth Suitings
Reg. 7.95
Designed and made by a California maker,
these are the sport shirts comfort-looking,
pleasure-seeking Californians prize above all others!
They’re all definitely washable ... all have
long sleeves with two-way collar style. Available
in a host of sunny colors in S, M, L, and XL
sizes. True, they’re classed as irregulars by this
maker, but you will have to look mighty close to
detect any flaws. Come early, please, they
won’t last long at this price.
Men’s, main floor
meeting-place, 736 E. 16th.
A coffee hour and Sunday >;r)ioo|
are achedulcd at the house far
a.ni. Sunday. Dr. Victor Morn*,
dean of the school of business ad.
mmiat ration, Ih Instructor for the
"A Christian Prays,” part of the
aeries, ‘The Traits of a Christian'
Is the title for the 5:30 p.m. Sun.:
day worship service. Bob < 'lcven-j
ger will begin the discussion an if
Clarence Elliott will close. Cradud
ate students will participate In thd
discussion and then leave for a
discussion group of their own.
The weekly International Hour,
featuring a guest foreign student
speaker. Is scheduled for 1 p m.
Thursday at Christian house.
Chi Unite run .Sigma
"Even Here” Is the title for th«
6:15 Sunday program at the Sigma
room in the First Baptist church.
Following the evening service, j
there will be an "after glow."
A movie will be shown by the
group at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday In the j
lower auditorium of the church,
laithrran House
A hayride and doughnut and t
cider party are scheduled by the <
Lutheran campus group for 7 ■*$.'
p.m. Friday. Students may meet!
at the house, 1376 Alder, where1
transportation will he provided tol
the start of the hayride. i
"Our Task in This World" is thei
topic to be discussed by Florence
Vicar Robert Bock at 5:30 p.m.<
Sunday at the house. Guests at the]
house for the meeting will be the]
Luther Leaguers from the United!
Lutheran church.
Bible study is planned for 6:30]
p.m. Tuesday at the house while]
Wednesday noon features a lunc h
and discussion period.
Newman Club I
"Dating and Marriage" Ik thc(
topic for a talk by the Rev. Louis |
H. Sohler, pastor of the Spring-,
field St. Alice Catholic church at
the Newman clubs 7 p.m. Sunday
meeting in the I lads' lounge of the
Student Union. Open discussion,
will immediately follow the talk
with a social hour Afterwards.
New chaplain for Newman club
is the Rev. Kdtiuind J. Murnane,
pastor of Kugene's St. Mary's
church. He suceeds the Rev. Leo
Wesley Foundation
"The Beginning of Methodism"
is the title of an address whs h
will be given by Dr. R. P. Clark,
assistant dean of the School of lib
eral arts, at 0:30 p.m. Sunday
in Wesley house Previous to the
talk there will be a snack supper
at 5:15 and a worship service at
6 p.rn.
A potluck supper is planned for
5:30 pm. Tuesday in the house.
Kntertainment will he provided by
women from Hendricks hall, ('ar
son hall, Highland house and Uni
versity house.
Oregana Schedule
Today's Oregana Schedule:
Phi Kappa Sigma
Stan Kay Hall
Head and use Emerald classi
Take time ...
to warm up!
it's Coffee Time
all the time
“Doc” Ireland
13th & Alder