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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 21, 1938)
Extension Offers College
Education to All People
Proving the lure of education to people in all walks of life, Dan
E. Clark, assistant director of extension, cited the case of the sheep
herder who took extension work, and became so interested that he
enrolled in the University later and graduated.
Extension courses are held in many Oregon cities, such as Al
bany, La Grande, Salem, Corvallis, Hood River, The Dalles, Astoria,
and Klamath Falls. Such subjects as art, education, sociology, and
history are taught for $5 a 2-hour course. University credit is given,
and regular faculty members
teach. There is an extension cen
ter in Portland, where over 100
classes are taught.
Another division of the exten
sion department is the correspon
dence section, which has been in
operation for nearly 30 years.
Students take advantage of this
service during the summer. As
signments are sent to them, along
with a list of required books. Work
is sent back to be graded, and the
final examinations are taken un
der the supervision of the high
school superintendent or principal.
Most courses are three credit
hours and cost $7.
Frosh Glee Features
Triangular Stage Set
Elaborate plans for decorating
the Igloo for the Frosh Glee were
announced by Stan Staiger, co
chairman for the dance. The fea
tured attraction is scheduled as a
triangular stage set in the middle
of the floor.
This dance is the first one of the
year to have the band in the middle.
Facing west, the stage will be
graduated wider and higher as it
goes back. Coming from the back
of the stage at a 45 degree angle
will be a wind tunnel blowing
streamers above the floor.
A picture eight feet high of
“Dopey,” of Snow White fame, will
also occupy a prominent position
on the stage. Unusual lighting ef
fects will also be used, Staiger
The four corners of the Igloo
will display other characters from
“Snow White” with lights used to
reveal imitation trees.
For Junior Prom
An 11-person Junior prom direc
torate was announced last night
by Clair Peterson, general chair
man of the prom, who at the same
time called a meeting for the
Listed on the directorate are
Harold Faunt, assistant chairman;
Bob Gridley, orchestra; Hal Hae
ner and Kay Staples, programs;
Marg McCulloch and Muriel Hor
ner, patrons; Don Gomes, public
ity; Bill Blackaby, floor and clean
up; Winogene Palmer and Bud
BUrnett, decorations; Mary Elean
or Bailey, secretary; Morrie Hen
derson, finance; Hub Kuokka, tick
Complete Business Course
■ University Business College
fl; Edward L. Ryan, B.S., LL.B., Mgr.
■ I.O.O.F. Bldg., Eugene Ph. 297.3J
Over Kuykendall Drug Store
874 Will. St. Phone 419
Mayflower: -'“No Time to
McDonald: “Gold Is Where
You Find It” and “Penrod and
His Twin Brother.”
Heilig: “Old Barn Dance”
and “State Police.”
Rex: Same as McDonald.
* * *
Music auditorium at 8: Wil
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KORE: 10:30, Emerald news
NBC: 5, Rudy Vallee; 6, Good
News of 1938 with Fannie
Brice, Frank Morgan, Judy
Garland, and Myrna Loy and
Clark Gable, guests; 7, Kraft
Music Hall with Bing Crosby
and Bob Burns, Percy Grain
ger, guest; 8:15, Standard
CBS: 8:30, Kate Smith.
Gillanders to Take
Exam for Master's
Kenneth Gillanders, graduate
assistant in the school of business
administration, will take the oral
preliminary examination for his
master’s degree Thursday. Gillan
ders is also preparing for his CPA
certificate examination on May 12.
A faculty committee composed
of Victor P. Morris, C. L. Kelly,
W. P. Riddlesbarger, A. B. Still
man, and O. K.* Burrell, all mem
bers of the BA faculty, will ask
the oral questions which comprise
Cpllins Will Speak
To Alpha Kappa Psi
Spencer R. Collins, certified pub
lic accountant of Eugene will bp
the guest speaker of Alpha Kappa
Psi, busines shonorary, in an open
meeting tonight at 7:30 in the
Mr. Collins will speak on the
subject, “Accounting and Its Place
in Modern Business.” Discussion
Refreshments will be served af
ter the meeting.
(Continued from page one)
Boy: “Oh, well.”
Pome .. .
Mary had a bathing suit,
The latest style no doubt.
And when she got inside of it
She was more than half way
“A humorist is worth his wit in
gold,” says Philbert Shell.
Definition: A committee is a
body that keeps minutes and
Tip to Coeds: Men are as trans
parent as cellophane, and as hard
to remove once you’re wrapped up
— Indiana Daily.
Divorce at 15
Vivienne Vail Davidson . # . on
her 15th birthday court action was
taken to cut marital bonds.
Practice Ball Game
Set For BA Majors
Harry Hodes, chairman of the
committee to organize the student
body of the business administra
tion school for the BA-Lawyors
isoftball game April 30, announced
today that a practice game will be
held by members of the BA school
next Saturday on the field back
of the ROTC building. All BA
majors interested are invited to
come to the practice.
The boys from “across the way”
were asked to send “Queeny” Joe
Devers out to chase balls in the
outfield in the annual contest.
All BA majors are asked to
read' the constitution of the BA
school on the bulletin board in the
Commerce building, and sign it
if they approve. As soon- as 200
BA majors have signed the con
stitution, it goes into effect, and a
meeting will be called to elect of
ficers and to outline a plan of ac
SECOND TRIAL TONIGHT
The second case in the law
school’s series of moot court trials
will begin tonight at 7:30 in the
circuit court room of the Lane
county courthouse. Suit has
been brought against Sid Milligan
by John Thomas for $600 damages.
The plaintiff is represented by
the firm of McCully and Green
ough, while attorneys for Milligan
are Mulvey and Winston.
Unique Piano Music Index
Compiled by Libe Workers
Unique in libraries of the United States is an index in the University
of Oregon library of piano music compiled by John March, senior refer
ence assistant of the library.
M. H. Douglass, librarian, brought the idex to the attention of the
“Wilson Bulletin,” published by the Wilson company publishers of
guides of every type when they announced that they were tooking
for such an index.
The work is an index to all music in collections that can be played
The Junior Prom directorate will
meet at 4 p.m. this afternoon at
the College Side.
There will be a meeting of the
members of the Christian Science
group at 8 o’clock tonight in Ger
linger hall. The annual meeting
i of group members will follow the
Skull and Dagger will meet to
night at 10 o’clock in the College
Side. Everyone come.
Wednesday 11 o’clock classes,
which were not held because of
the assembly, will be held today
| at 11.
t There will be a Yeomen-Orides
, dance Friday night at 8:30 in the
AWS room at Gerlinger hall.
Theta Sigs will meet tonight at
9:30 in the shack.
There will be a meeting of the
women’s rifle team at 5 today up
stairs in the College Side.
Phi Theta Upsilon will meet at
the Kappa Alpha Theta house to
day at 4:30 p.m.
Meeting of Order of Mace at 12
noon today at Anchorage.
LOST — Brown leather notebook.
Finder call A1 Bogue, 758.
The Annual Meeting of
Members of *the Co-op
‘Store will be held in room
105 Commerce, Thursday,
April 21st at !4 p.m. All
students are invited. Nom
ination of board members.
Manager’s annual report.
SAVE ON LAUNDRY
Convenient Railway Express Service
Speed if home and back weekly by nation-wide
Railway Express. Thousands of students in colleges
throughout the country rely on this swift, safe, de
pendable service. Prompt pick-up and delivery,
without extra charge, in all cities and principal
towns. Be thrifty and wise — send it collect — and it
can come back prepaid, if you wish. Low, eco
nomical rates on laundry, baggage or parcels.
For rush service telephone the nearest Railway
Express office or arrange for regular call dates.
East of S. P. Pass. Station
Phone 20 Eugene, Ore.
passing” sign until you have a lit
on the piano. Selections of one type
of piece, such as complete collec
tion to Chopin’s Etudes were not
Cards for dance forms, duets,
and two-piece piano music have
been kept separately.
There are 75 titles, including 121
volumes, which have been indexed.'
Many students, according to Miss
Bernice Rise, circulation librarian,
make use of the collection of music
in the library, alothugh there are
undoubtedly many who do not
make the best possible use of this
opportunity. The music may be
checked out for 30 days, with two
Some junior man in the business
administration school will be
chosen to work for a national com
pany in life insurance work in Eu
gene this summer and next year.
Any fellow interested in trying
for the position is asked to apply
at the business administration of
fice before April 30.
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spring and summer
In white and pas
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in regulars, shorts
and longs, priced—
Slacks . . . $ 5.50
Single Coats 12.25
Select yours to
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