Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 09, 1980, Section A, Page 2, Image 2

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Cwwn In ta« accounting is the topic of a
lecture by James Callahan of Arthur Ander
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and Co tonight at 7 p m in Room 112 EMU
The lecture is sponsored by Beta Alpha Psi
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The University Club Sports Equestrian
Team will hold a horse show planning meet
ing at 8 p m tonight in the EMU, room to be
posted For more information call Tom Egan
at 344-8212 or Holly Ahern at 683-4410
The University Cycling Club will hold an
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Run today at 4 p m To participate in a two or
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Tha School of Music's Faculty Artist
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Woods in recital at Beall Hall tonight at 8
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The National Research Council plans to
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fellowships for minorities in a program
designed to provide opportunities for con
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