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P.O. BOX 322 EUGENE, OREGON
VOL XXIV JUNE 1964 No 8
June 13-14. An Overnighter. Camp at Cape Arago. Catherine Dunlop is the leader.
June 21-Larrison Rock. We think this is in the Oakridge district. Leader to be announced later.
June 27-Sat. Wildcat Mt. There are five Wildcat Mts in Oregon. The nearest one is in Linn County. Maybe this is the one. Up the Santiam. Dorothy Towlerton, Leader.
June 28-Fairview Mt. in the Bohemia district. Bob Northrop will lead.
July 4-5, This is listed as over the Olallie Trail, but the leader, Helen Smith got to thinking that this would be a bit too strenuous for a two day trip and so, after consultation with the Forest Service has mailed out another. See Register-Guard or call Helen. 343-4720. Her Story Page 2
July 11-Sat. Crescent Mt. My book just lists one and it is up the Santiam. Charla Eubanks, Leader.
July 12. Iron Mt. This is an old time favorite and is up the Santiam. This area is very interesting geologically and flora wise. Botany classes from both the UofO and OSU conduct studies there. Setting aside this area as of particular interest is being requested by all outdoor clubs and also by the Natural History Society of Eugene. Frank Sipe, Leader.
June 13-14. Mt St Helens in Washington. Bob Dark, Leader.
June 13-14. Mt Washington. One for the more advanced climbers. Led by Bob Bauman.
June 20-21. Three Fingered Jack. Another interesting climb led by Mark McLaughlin.
June 20-21. South Sister. Bill Martyn & Doug Spencer will lead. For once this will be done quite legally.
June 27-28. North Sister and the leader is going to be Charla Eubanks. Just because Charla is a young lady con't get the impression that she is not a capable leader.
June 27-28. Mt Thielsen. This is a very beautifully eroded Mt. Clarence Landes, Ldg.
July 4-5. Mt Shasta. Away down south with Charla leading the way.
HELEN'S 24 FAVORITE PORTS
OBSIDIANS AND THEIR FRIENDS WILL HAVE AN opportunity to see Helen Weiser's fine pictures of her recent Mediteranean cruise Saturday June 20th after a 6:30 p.m. POT-? LUCK SUPPER.
Helen's seven weeks cruise took her to 24 Ports of Call and she will tell us about them all. This will be a wonderful picture tour, in Helen's own inimitable way
The clubhouse now has a supply of paper plates, cups and utensils, so you can forget your tableware if you wish.
Hope to see you aboard the SS Obsidian for a Mediterranean Cruise-Daturday June 20
July 11-12. Climbing school continuation This will be in the snow. Tom Taylor will be the instructor.
July 18. Sat. SPECIAL. This is not listed in the trip schedule, but is an extra and will be a flower trip in place of the one that was set for May 31 which was cancelled. This will be to the top of Scott Mt down in the Roseburg country. There is a road to the top and the roadway is barricaded with a gate. Reason: Government has some installations there, but we have been
given permission to enter. Helen Weiser, Ldr
For those of you who are not going out into the crowds on the 4th and want to spend a safe and sane holiday the entertainment committee has slated a pot-luck picnic at the Medill place. There will be home-made icecream again same as last year If weather is not good this will be held at the Lodge. At five o'clock, p.m. Don't forget-It is set for five o'clock daylite.
DANCE AND FUN on July 1. Come join in this evening of sociality and conviviality. LOVE THAT MUSIC.
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