Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 30, 1980, Section A, Page 2, Image 2

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Benefit breakfast
The Rape Crisis Network is spon
soring a benefit breakfast May 5 at the
Homefried Truckstop. In honor of
Cinco de Mayo, huevos rancheros will
be served along with other breakfast
items from 8 to 11 a m.
For more information call 485-6700.
Speakers end with victory
Last weekend the University forensics team competed in
the Clark College Invitational tournament and returned
with several awards.
Winning trophies for the University were: Connie Car
nese, 3rd place — dual interpretation, 4th place — exposi
tory, and 4th place interpretation; Jan Dielschneider, 3rd
place dual interpretation; Bill Steers, 2nd place novice
after dinner speaking, and Sue Nakamura and Tom Gass,
1st place — novice dual interpretation.
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TENT SALE
Jansport, Trail Dome
Tent, reg. $230,
now $169
Now at our spring location
13th & Lawrence
683-1100 or 683-1300
PIZZA INN PIZZA
If you like more on your pizza,
this is where it begins.
80L-1
Buy one pizza, next smaller size free.
With this coupon, buy any giant, large or medium size pizza at regular
menu price and get your second pizza of the next smaller size with
equal number of ingredients, up to three ingredients, free. Present
this coupon with guest check.
Valid thru May 7, 1980 •
Coupon Vabd For Pi 77il I fl IV
Original Thin Cruat Pizza Only
Pizza Inn.
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484-5390
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MEETINGS
Undergraduate Economica Association
will meet tonight at 7:30 in 410 PLC to hear
Ed Whitelaw talk about the state of the
economy
The Condon Society will have a potluck
lunch meeting at noon today in 45 Geology
The U ol O Better Biking Committee will
meet today in the EMU (room to be posted).
LECTURES
Robert Goode, executive vice president of
the Hartford Life Insurance Co., will meet
with students interested in the corporate
structure between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
today in the EMU (room to be posted)
Noor Ahmed will lecture today on “Wes
tern Exploitation of Third World Blue Collar
Workers" at 7:30 p.m. in 138 Gilbert.
A candidates fair will feature candidates
CASH
For Textbooks
Mon.-Fri.
Smith Family
Bookstord
768 E. 13th
1 Bl. From Campus
Ph. 345-1651
from the Fairmont, South University and
Amazon neighborhoods today at 7:30 p.m. at
the Laurelwood Country Club
Loyd Marbet will speak today at 7:30 p.m.
in the EMU (room to be posted).
Cynthia Kroll will lecture today on "Wes
tern Energy Boomtowns: Who Bears the
Costs?" in 210 Lawerence.
John Soeiye will give a slide lecture today
on " the Adjustable Aesthetic: Rivers in the
American Scene 1770-1870" at 8 p.m. in 307
Chapman
MISCELLANEOUS
There will be a Jazz marathon in the EMU
fishbowl starting today at noon and contin
uing until Thursday at noon
Gay Rap, an informal discussion group for
lesbians and gay men, will meet tonight The
location has changed, so call the Gay Peo
ples Alliance at 686-3360 tor the time and
place.
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