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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1941)
Amphibians nomination and elec
tion of officers will be tonight at
Juniors wishing to work on Jun
ior weekend are asked to turn in
petitions to Gene Brown before
NYA surveyors—please collect
survey blanks and turn them in to
Dean Onthank's office by Friday.
Oregana pictures of the Ski club
will be taken in front of Chapman
hall at 4:150 today.
.?, C. Stovall requests that his
fall and spring classes of Civilian
Pilots’ training meet at 1:40 Friday
at the east end of Condon hall to
have pictures taken.
Newman club will have its reg
ular communion breakfast after 8
o'clock mass Sunday, March 9
Breakfast will be served in St
Mary’s school cafeteria.
Choral Cr.ion photographs tak
en at Sunday night performance
of "The Messiah” may be seen by
those interested by calling at the
news bureau, 1259 Fourteenth ave
Regular quarterly meeting of the
Blackstone club will take place at
3 p in. Friday, March 14, in the An
chorage. Members and pledges are
urged to attend.
You’ll Like It at
You’ll love . . .
IT’S NEW — IT’S DIFFERENT
IT’S REALLY DELIGHTFUL
• Curb Service
• 1700 Franklin Blvd.
at Special Prices Now
Dotson’s Radio Service
llth and Oak St. Phone 202
WALTER W. BOYSEN
j Trukote Wall Paint
Clean Up and Fix Up for Spring . . .
Call us for complete estimates. Call
us for complete paint jobs.
Colotvle for Bathroom ami Kitchens.
131 8th W. Phone 572
Classified Ad Staff:
SPRING OPENING ISSFE
Jean Crites, director of special
Bill Wallan, Mary .Ellen Smith,
Women’s Adv. Mgr., Mary Kay
Riordan; assistant, Elizabeth
Men’s Adv. Mgr., Jim Thayer;
assistant, Phil Burco.
Automobile Mgr., Boh Rudolph;
assistant, Marilyn Miller.
Spring Renovation Mgr., Jean
Amusement Mgr., Jay Stott.
Restaurant Mgr., Norma Baker.
Foods Adv. Mgr., Chuck Wood
Shoe repair, laundry mgr., War
ren Roper; assistant, Marilyn
Miscellaneous Mgr., Elizabeth
Dick; assistants, Barbara
Schmeiding, Mary Reimers,
Wednesday Night Staff:
Bill Hilton, night editor
Ardie Alexander, assistant
Copy Desk Staff:
Ray Schrick, city editor
Bob Frazier, assistant
Willard Hayden, president of
Charles Hayden foundation, re
cently awarded a $10,000 grant to
Tufts college medical school to es
1931 Sport Roadster just re
bored w i t li new pistons.
Good rumble seat. We think
this is the best running buy
11th at Olive Street
39 East Broadway
: Eight Oregon Cities
To Hear Sgmposium
W. A. Dahlberg, director of the
speech department and adviser for
the women's symposium team ha :
announced that, the team will
speak in eight Oregon cities be
fore the e.nd of winter term.
High school assemblies, granges,
and service clubs will hear discus-;
sions on "The American Way,”
dealing with the historical philos
ophy of American life as seen
through thp lives of great national
The itinerary includes Seaside,
March G; Astoria, March 7; War
renton, March 7; Oakland, March
12; Dallas, March 14; Nyssa,
March 17; Drain, March 17; and
Molalla, March 19.
Seaside lob Opens
Ec-tty Jane Thompson, former
chief night editor of the Emerald
and managing editor of the Wo
men’s page last year, leaves Eu
gene this morning to take a report
ing job on the Seaside Signal.
(Continued from page three)
rhillips, 4(i FG FT PF TP
Martin, f . •"»
Lockhard, f .2
Pralle, g .
Lewis, g .
Willcoxon, f ....
Groves, g .2
Townsend, f ....
Borcher, c .
Marshik, f .
Borrevik, c .
Taylor, f .
McNeeley, f ...
Jackson, g ......
.20 0 9 46
FG FT PF TP
4 2 2 10
Totals .16 9 10 41
Halftime score: Phillips 20, Ore
Missed free throws: Willcoxon
1, Fortenberry 2, Pralle 1, Borre
vik 1, Borcher 1, Phillips 4, Oregon
Free throws refused: Phillips 2.
Officials: Chappie King, Port
land, referee; Roger Folgate, For
est Grove, umpire.
TWO BIG FEATURES!
with Ronald Coleman
and Jane Wyatt
— plus —
“The Awful Truth”
with Irene Dunne
and Cary Grant
7 CENTS a page. Miss Smith.
COEDS: Dressmaking and sewing.
Luella Robertson. 26th and Pot
ter. Phone 1522-M.
(Continued from f>aqe one)
and desires will determine tlie
order in which new units are
added. A ballroom, auditorium,
banquet room, rooms fur student
office;;, and meeting rooms and)
lounges are among facilities which ,
Will probably be included in the
Student desire for such a build- \
ing was evidenced in 1922 under
ASUO President Lyle Bartholo
mew, and agitation was begun for
the building by John McGregor,
Bartholomew's successor in 1922.
Shortly before, Prince L, Camp
bell, University president from
1902 to 1925, had inaugurated a
proposed $10,000,000 gift campaign
which had as its aim a "greater
Oregon.” President Campbell’s pro
gram was planned to provide need
ed improvements and equipment
and to place the University on a
par with eastern and European
Incorporated In ’2-1
In 1924 the student union idea
was incorporated into the gift cam
paign, and an all-campus drive was
organized to obtain pledges of $10
annually from student and alumni
donors for a 10-year period. More
than $200,000 was pledged, and
erection of the desired building
was thought near.
Enthusiasm gradually waned,
however, and only $20,000 was col
lected. Of the remaining $180,000,
Now that spring is
here, bring her down to
Seymour’s. She'll love
you for it, because the
food’s delicious, the
service just right, and
you’ll see all your
friends in Seymour’s
Remember, our “Chick
en in the Kough” is ex
clusive with us in Eu
gene, and it’s only 50
TRY US FOR:
Carburetor and Ignition
work and specialty
Clark Battery &
1042 Oak Phone SO
Are Our Business
Draperies, rugs, and upholstery
should be coordinated. See the fine
selections at reasonable prices.
Let that occasional table be an
asset, not a fill-in piece of furnish
ing. If you get it at Mount joy and
Carmichael, it’s sure to be right.
Mountjoy & Carmichael
HOME DECORATION SERVICE
77 E. Broadway Phone 286
ibout. one-fifth is still believed eol- i
The 17 years since 1921 were
pharacterized by long periods of
nactivity interspersed with brief
rutbursts of spirit. The student
mion movement was never com
pletely submerged during these
rears, but. revived spasmodically.
Student interest has again
vaxed strong within the past two
rears, climaxing in introduction
February 14 of the present bill by
he joint ways and means cornmit
ee of the legislature.
is here. Out with Winter
and plum pudding — in
comes Spring with new,
tasty ice creams.
— A Good Deal
— Cutest Shop in Town
“Plenty of Room to Park
and • Spoon, while you
Dunk your Calories.”
Tht- appearance of one's
Try Kampus Barber Shop
Check Up for Spring
E. 13lh and TIilynrd
With the spring get rid of un
sightly rotten lumber in your
fraternity house.. Repair stairs,
window sashes, and worn floor
ing! Come in or call us today for
and estimate on your lumber job.
Springfield 3 1 3
PLYWOOD LUMBER HARDWOOD FLOORS
PAINT WALLBOARDS HARDWARE
Twin Oaks Builders ’ Supply Company can furnish you with Pabco Paints,
and a Building- and Loan Service to help you with your problems.
TWIN OAKS BUILDER’S SUPPLY CO.
6G9 High Street
Phones 782 and 783
Any unnecessary running of risks is
eliminated when you patronize the
the municipal electric and water
utilities of Eugene, which furnish
you dependable service at low rates.
Municipal Electric and Water Utilities