Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 13, 1952, SPRING OPENING Edition, Page Eight, Image 8

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j That’s right, gals! Bring this ad and $2
to ABE BEAM . . . you’ll get three pairs
of 51 gauge 15 denier hose—all first qual
ity—regularly selling for $1.65 each! It's
a bargain you can't afford to miss . . .
$4.95 u-arth of hose for only $2 and this
668 Willamette Next to Heilig Theater 4-1350
AWS Fashion Show
Features Clamdiggers
By Marilyn Pattaraon
Full, full .skirts with billowy pet
tlcoats . . . navy blue, rustly tnf
l'eta . . . sculptured Princess line!
. . . clamdlggers . . . toreadoi
pants . . . very short toppers
these are the keywords in women'!
spring fashion, as disclosed at tin
AVVS style show Feb. 27 in tier
ModelB, representing each worn
en’s living organization, were re
splendent in sophisticated shun
lung and gay In Hawaiian prints
Fabrics are running Hot this sea
son, according to Mrs. Ethel Rosi
of KORE, who commentated fol
the show.
! Most appealing or appalling
! to look at. nnd certainly mosi
| practical for the active coed, wen
; the versatile nylons. Accordioi
I pleated skirts, filmy net formal;
I and tissue weight traveling sheen
! proved their worth in this mater
! ial.
For an acUve summer, coed;
choose Rosemarie Reid and Hawa
ilan print swim suits built for ac
■ tion as well as style. The clamdig
ger ensemble, which defies sane
j and salt water (and spontuneom
cloudbursts) is preferred in three
'exotic hues-fire engine red, lilac
: and dazzling chartreuse.
Toreador pants, pegged to the
! oalf, are especially ia the spotlight
, They'll be seen in wexilens foi
... and that's your cue
for cottons ... from SMITH'S ...
Spring Wardrobe Favorites!
Cheery, tub-lovin’ cottons to accompany you
gaily wherever your Spring activities
may take you. In a wide array of
fresh, flattering, colorful
styles. Remember ... it’s Smith’s
Womens Shop for all your spring ensemble.
Come shopping today!
j study as wall as denim fur beach
i wear. Viva la toreador!
j Russell's fashion center of Eu
! gene donated all the ensembles for
the program.
Models chosen from each wom
en's living organization were: Pat
Harry, Alpha Chi Omega; Sharon
Hamilton, Alpha Delta Pi; Patsy
! Mataler, Alpha Gamma Delta; Ann
i McLaughlin, Alphp Omlcron Pi;
I Beverly Kreick, Alpha Phi; Bcv
| Larch, Alpha Xi Delta; Rosa Lee
I Bishop, Ann Judson; Betty-Coe
Rtlea, Carson hall;
Tina Vincent, Chi Omega; Joan
Gerlach, Delta Delta Delta; Ann
Armstrong, Delta Gamma; Marie
trietcher. Delta Zeta; Hope Riley,
Gamma Pht Beta; Mary Ann Fos
ter, Hendricks hall; Janet Corbit,
Highland house; Dolly Withmgton,
Kappa Alpha Theta;
Mary Prcus«. Kappa Kappa
Gamma; Lou Anne Chase, Pi Heta
Phi; Bobby McKown, Rebec house;
Lois Meyers, Sigma Kappa; Libby
Briscoe, University house; Diane
Dunn. Zeta Tau Alpha
Bus Size Limits
Singers' Number
By loit Reynolds
The University Singers in h spe
cial group limited to 41 members,
the capacity of the largest bun
which can be hired for touring,
i chosen from the ranks of the Chor
| al Union.
Begun in 19-45, the University
' Singers still tins the same leader,
| Donald W. Allton, assistant pro
| feasor of music. Kach year the
personnel changes to some degree
as new voices come in and old ones
Picked Group
A picked group, these singers
! try the more difficult, smaller
| choral works in a program of
j classical and popular numbers. A
, bout 50 per cent of the group are
enrolled in other schools as en
rollment is not limited to music
Two reasons for beginning the
University Singers were to bring
good choral music to communities
and to publicize the University
and the School of Music.
Student Manager Appointed
Since planning the tours takes
many long hours, each year a stu
dent tour manager is appointed.
This year's manager was Donald
lordahl, graduate student in music,
who took on this task in addition
to working as counseler in the
men’s dormitory. ,,
The job involves planning the
i engagements and making arrange
ments for physical accomodations
for the group when on tour. Usu
ally the singers are housed in priv
ate homes through the cooperation
of high schools, thus affording a
closer contact with the parents of
the high school students in an
effort to increase interest in their
children's enrollment in the Uni
j versity.
This Year's Tour
Usually tours consist of asseni
| bly concerts at high schools. This
vear Junction City, Dallas, Oregon
! City, St. Helens, Canby and Sweet
Home were visited. Evening con
- certs are sponsored by high school
' music departments or by local serv
j ice clubs
i The Student Union board helps
the music school sponsor the tour.
Oreoon Retailers
Will Meet Here
The Oregon Retail Distributors'
institute will be held on the cam
pus May 4 and 5, N. H. Cornish,
profesoor of business administra
tion has announced.
Topics approved for discussion
at the meeting included “How to
Control Retail Inventories," “Out
look for Additional Inflation,”
“How to Increase Sales through
Improved Customer Relations,”
“How to Write Advertisements
that Pull Trade” and “How to
Make Employee Relations Effec-,. ,