»■music LOVERS Banjoes — $18.00, $25.00, $40.00 $00.00 and $90.00 Violins — $5.00, 7.50 $10.00, 25.00 $50.00, 75.00 and $100.00 I Saxophones $25.00, 35.00, and $45.00 Accordions— $7.50, 12.50, $19.50, 35.00, $50,00, 70.00, $125.00 and $145.00 BARKER MUSIC STORE 7<i0 Willamctlc Publisher Accepts Willcox Manuscript A political study by W. It. B. Willcox of Eugene, has been ac cepted for publication by For tuny's, 07 West 44th street, New York, it was announced in New York last week. The book, entitled “Taxation Turmoil," is a study of govern ment income and expenditure un der the present economic system, and the influence of this transfer of wealth on the man in the street. Publication date is as yet indef inite, but work on the book is go ing rapidly forward. ... THE Qift THAT KEEPS ON GIVING 0 UNDERWOOD UNIVERSAL PORTABLE This Christmas give an Under- $44.50 wood Portable Typewriter .. . with case a model lor every purpose BUDGET at a price for TERMS every purse. STEVENS TYPEWRITER CO. 1.12 East, fidwy. Pli. 34H llllllllllllililllllltlillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllltlllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllll Competition Is | Keen in Riflery * __ Bullseye Popular As Winning Team Overcomes Foes With (he finals of thoir two-man team competition yesterday, the women's PE rifle class completed its firing for the term. Top team was that of Alice Guistina and Su sanne Cunningham who shot a score of 193 hullseyes out of a pos sible 200. Second place went to Marion Barrett and Barbara Todd who al most tied the winning team with a score of 192 points. Monday the two teams did tie, and were forced to shoot the match over. The team of Darline Warren and Barbara Miller was third with 188 points. First place in the individual com petition went to Barbara Todd with an almost perfect score of 99 bulls eyes out of a possible 100, second place to Alice Guistina with 98, XMAS CARDS Made • to • Order wfitihiteb 935 Oak St I’lione 2!)7 Stray Articles To Be on Block To add to their scholarship fund the Associated Women Students will sponsor an auction of "lost and found" articles on the steps of* the Commerce building tomorrow between 11 and 12 o’clock. Raincoats, slickers, umbrellas, pencils, pens, notebooks, jewelry, and a small library of stray books will be put on the block by Auc tioneers Phil Barrett and Woody Slater. These articles are just a few of the things which were turned into the "lost and found” University depot and which after due adver tisement have been turned over to the AWS for sale. Jeanne Haehlen was appointed by Prexy Anne Frederiksen as chairman of the auction. and third place to Eleanor Seely with 97 points. Sergeant Harvey Blythe, instruc tor in marksmanship, was highly enthusiastic over the girls' scores. "It looks like Oregon will have another championship rifle team," he said. Sergeant Blythe is well known for his top rifle teams, with national as well as local champion ship records to his credits. The top 24 girls of the fall term class will go into the winter term rifle course and will be trained for the girls’ rifle team. They will be joined by eight girls from last year’s much-publicized team. Honorary to Initiate Beta Alpha Psi, accounting fra ternity, will initiate William Es sary this afternoon at 4 o'clock in room 2 of the school of .business administration. After the initiation a banquet will be held at McCrady’s cafe at G o’clock. Spencer Collins, a prac ticing certified accountant in Eu gene, will be the guest speaker. Rayon satin luxury slips! Deep lace or embroidery. Bias four gore cut! 32-44. Rich Rayon satin! 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Larry Crane and Willis Watson, 1 Oregon graduates, by Dr. N. H. | Cornish, professor of business ad ministration. T O Grads Twice in Row This is the second consecutive year that a student of the Univer- j sity of Oregon has held the office of president of the graduate class at New York university. Last year Jack Enders, class of '38, was president. “This is a distinct honor for the University of Oregon, as there are ' at least ICO other graduate stu dents on scholarships from the universities and colleges through out the United States attending New York university," Dr. Corn ish declared. Six University of Oregon grad uates are attending New York uni versity on retail scholarships this year. They include: Ed Burkitt, Larry Crane, Willis Watson, Lor mine Hunt, George S. Humphrey, and Jack Lindner. Ruth Ketchum is on a retail scholarship at North western university. Kertes Gets CPA Title Alvin Kories, graduate assistant in the school of busines administra tion, received word Tuesday after noon that he had passed the ex amination in the state of Washing ton for his certified public account ant certificate. Warren Numerates Library's Magazines Willis C. Warren, periodical li tr.itlan, is compiling’ a list, of all volumes of magazines in the li brary. The data will be sent, to the Union List, of Serials to be added to similar information from al most every college in the United States. The volume which will come out early in 19-tl is the sec ond edition of this work. the latest . . . |> our new Plum Pudding i' Ice Cream Tl's delirious, and only 2d rents a quart. 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NATION-WIDE RAIL-AIR SERVICE Special Ski Edition T omorrow Watch for it. WRITE A NOVEL ABOUT FLYING ? \iyi,onejiist did! Tiio Storys Take away today’s lighted airways; take away radio beams and you’re back in the ’20’s .. .with the hard-shelled pilots who flew the mail “by the seat of their pants.” Here’s a novel of one reck less flyer who inherited a bankrupt airline, a handful of insubordinate pilots, and a girl manager who pre dicted he’d have to grow up—or crack up. The Audios*: When an expert flyer is also an ex pert writer—that’s Leland Jamieson! Millions of Post readers know his short stories. His first full-length novel is part autobiography, part fiction—all superb entertainment. Right now, as High Frontier hops off, Capt. Jamieson is at the w'heel of a DC-3 somewhere between Miami and New York, where he regularly flies day and night runs. • HIGH FRONTIER by LELAND JAMIESON 3^**/ tveedd 'Txrf ihi4 M**1*! “TOO YELLOW TO PLAY FOOTBALL?” He was on the sidelines now. lie was the guy who had broken Billy Cooper’s leg. The guy 85,000 people were waiting to boo. And today was Game Day. A short story by Paul O'Neil on page 22 of this week’s Post. THE PLASN PEOPLE FACE'THE WAR. The writer, John W. Yandercook, recently talked with French shopkeepers, peasants, heard their stories; then motored into Germany and spent hours with Nazi small-town leaders. New insight on how the common people of two countries are taking it. HOLLYWOOD HUSBANDS HAVE SO-O-O MANY PROBLEMS! Reuben Rosen, Hollywood’s Boy Wonder, was a wow at changing scripts into happy endings. But could he kill his wife's infatuation for her new leading man ? (Quick, get the script-girl!) A short story, Suggestion for a Happy Ending, by Edith Fitzgerald. WILD COYOTES BREAKFASTED WITH US! Snowed in eight months of the year, seven thousand feet up in the High Sierras, the author of this unusual nature article and her husband actually taught wild coyotes “table manners”! Read The Coyotes Come. MARRY FOR LOVE-REPENT AT LEISURE. A boy of nineteen marrying a woman of thirty-one? It won’t last, people were saying. But the wife, desperately in love, had the courage to find out. Read Please Let Me Come Home, by Helen Deutsch. IT WAS SMART TO BE RED. Eugene Lyons gives you a IF/io’s Who of Communism’s elite ... how they line up unsuspecting professors, naive clergymen, writers, and “society” folk as a front for their propaganda. AND .. .Short stories by Maurice Walsh and David Lamson; articles, poems, editorials, Post Scripts and cartoons. All in this week’s issue of The Saturday' Evening Post.