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j% Moms Sign
Five hundred and six mothers
\ ere registered for the 2oth anni
versary Mothers Weekend, held in
conjunction with Junior Weekend.
T' e number represented a drop of
r. ore than 20 per cent over last
years registration of mothers.
v» ich totaled 689.
Alpha Delta Pi and Phi Delta
T eta carried away the awards—
record albums—for largest per
ce itage of mothers on campus for
t •.<» weekend. ADPi was tops
a tong women’s organizations with
Gt per cent and Phi Delt earned
t( c same honors in men's competi
t. .in with 07 per cent.
Second and third places in reg
i ;'ration of mothers went to Alpha
P.ii And Gamma Phi Beta for wom
en and to Phi Kappa Sigma and
S.,gma Alpha Mu for men.
Approximately 270 mothers at
tended the breakfast in Carson
bad, according to Joan Lawson,
general chairman of the event.
T- is too was a decrease from last
year's attendance, which was 350.
Wholesale medicinal sales in the
L' ‘ited States rose in 1950 to a
tital of S34S.000.000. .an increase
O' 30 per cent over the 1919 figure
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Lowell starlet! out in Rood fashion
by taking the first set, 0-2. but
Kirk came back to take the next
two sets, 6-4 and 9-7 and with
them the match.
The doubles matches furnished
the closest action of the day, with
both the first and the second con
tests going to three sets.
In first doubles, Neer and Rose
teamed up against the polished
combination of Flye and Quillian,
the latter a member of a doubles
team that took the national junior
doubles championship in 1951, and
the Webfoot pair gave them a
stiff argument before finally being
downed. Quillian and Flye man
aged to take the first set by a
close 7-5 score, but Neer and Rose
came to cop the second, 6-4. The
Huskier took the third set. how
ever, this by a 6-2 score.
In second spot, the Huskies com
pleted a clean sweep of the double
when Wick and Kirk beat Mac
donald and Neil George, 1-6, 6-S
Coal's use can be traced back
to 370 B.C. when Greek black
smiths used it to heat their forges.
One cubic foot of solid coal will
generate enough electricity to op
perate an electric water heater for
5:00 l’lano Moods
5:15 Guest Star
- 5:45 Sports Shots
. 0:00 Table Hopping
\ 6:15 Music in the Air
6:30 Copper Vnlon Forum
i 7:30 Four for a Quarter
1 7:45 Mastemorks Story
8:00 World in Review
8:45 Over the World
9:00 Serenade to the Student
10:00 Anything Goes
10:55 A Tune to Say Goodnight
Warren Here Today
(Continued from piuic chi')
a district attorney in northern Cal
ifornia against strong opposition
and became known through his
prosecution of crime. lie was elect
1 ed governor of a Democratic state
as a Republican, and has been an
easy winner ever since.
Since his election as governor,
Warren has prompted highway im
provement, vigorous building con
struction, was responsible for the
Sen Joaquin Irrigation project, in
stigated the Central Valley author
ity. conducted a drive against
graft, and worked to centralize
(( ontiiiui'tl from pilin' mu')
granted, Hampton said Sunday, the
program planned for Wednesday
would remain unchanged.
Approximately 70 Expected
Approximately seventy people
are expected to attend the proceed
ings, Bill Carey, outgoing ASUO
president revealed. The list, he
said, included about a dozen mem
bers of the University administra
tion, outgoing and incoming mem
bers of the ASUO senate (presi
dent, vice-president, class officers
and representatives and senators
at-large), members of the 1951-02
ASUO cabinet and chairmen of the
Millrnee, Exchange Assembly and
Special Telephone committee.
Carey's cabinet which was en
larged during winter term in
cludes one or more officers from
almost all of the large campus or
ganizations including AOS, ID C,
IFC and Heads of Houses.
The banquet is slated to begin at
G:30 p.m. in the Student Union
with administration of the oath, by
William C. Jones, dean of adminis
tration, and talks to follow.
Heavy water, which makes up
about one part in 5,000 of ordinary
water, contains heavy hydrogen
rather than the usual kind.
The home of the Marine Corps
commandant, built In 1803, is said
to be the oldest building in Wash
ington, D. C.
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RIDE TO EAST COAST after
finals. Miles, Sigma Hall, 5-9538.
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Cougars Fall, 3-2
(Continued from payt four)
ing.s, having won five and lost fiva
to give them a .500 percentage.
Sc Inner, ss .
B Bottler, p
Live ay. If
Mayberry, r f
Koeper, c .
K; ickson, c
Ml It II PO
8 t 1 8
fi 1 4 10
3 O’ 2 2
5 0 2 0
3 10 3
3 0 12
10 0 0
10 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0
35 3 11 27
All It M 1*0
4 0 0 8
2 0 10
5 0 12
4 0 11
4 0 0 1
2 0 11
0 10 0
0 0 0 0
10 0 0
0 0 0 0
Totals . 31 2
' Ran for Koeper in 8th
' Popped out for Spring In 8th.
Oregon 100 000 011 3
WSC 000 100 010 2
2B hit Phillips 2. Nelson. Rof
fler; RBI Phillips, Sugars, Nel
son, Uoffler; double plays Aver
IH-Nclson-Phillips. Nelson - Phil -
lips; walks off Sicgmund 2. Owens
2, Anne 2, Bottler 5, Spring 4;
struck out by Aime 1, Spring 1:
pitching record 0 hits 0 runs In 2
inings by Siegrnund; 3 hits 1 run
in 2 innings by Owens; 0 liifs 0
runs in 1 2/3 innings by Bottler;
1 hits 0 runs in 2 1 innings by
Aune; 12 hits, 2 runs in 8 inning^
by Spring, 2 hits, 1 run in 1 inning
by Jane. Earned runs Oregon 3,
WSC 2; left on base Oregon 11.
WSC 14; winning pitcher Aune:
losing pitcher James; stolen
bases Krantz, Mayberry; wild
pitch Aune; sacrifice hits Rit
chie, Shaw, Krantz, Mayberry.
Umpires Ulrich and Spithill;
time of game 2:24. Attendance—
Mars is making a close approach
to Earth and will be nearest, at a
distance of 51,860,000 miles, on
May 8, 1952.
The Pan-American Highway
within the borders of Chile from
Peru to Argentina is called the
Franklin D. Roosevelt Highway.
North Carolina has 135 radio
and TV stations - 93 AM, 40 FM
and 2 TV.