CM i GREETINGS. GATE. LET'S ARBITRATE dH Wayne L. Morse, dean of the University of Oregon law school, received a new tribute to his capability as strike arbitrator early this menth when he was appointed to hear a union case for 1,200,000 railroad employees. Dean Morse received special note earlier for his work on Coast Longshoremen strikes. No Definite Day Set for Return Of Dean Morse No date has been set for the return of Dean Wayne L. Morse, law school head, who is in Chi cago as chairman of President Roosevelt’s emergency fact-find ing committee on railroads. The committee is investigating the dispute covering 19 railway labor groups, and 1,250,000 em ployees. Formation of the com mittee halted a threatened strike, set for September 15. Dean Morse was appointed Sep tember 19 and is due to present his report November 1. Elwin E. Overton, visiting pro fessor of law, will take the crim inal law classes in Dean Morse’s absence. Dean Morse has been active in the past in arbitrating labor dis putes on the Pacific coast water Emerald Business Staff To Meet Monday at 8 All persons interested in work ing on the Emerald business and advertising staff will meet Mon day evening at 8 p. m. in Room 105, Journalism building, accord ing to Fred O. May, business man ager of the daily. Positions will be open for ad vertising salesmen, office work ers, layout workers, national ad vertising workers, promotion, and circulation workers, May said. There are no special require ments for staf positions. Frank Short III Frank Short, instructor of ad vertising in the school of journal ism, will be unable to attend pre viously made appointments be cause of illness. However, he ex pects to meet his regular classes at the beginning of this term. front. 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Monday through Friday under this regu lar schedule. On Friday, how ever, the reserve book room will close at 5 p. m. On Saturday the circulation and reference de partments will be open from 8 a. m. until 6 p. m., and the re serve section from 9 a. m. until 5 p. m. Both departments will be open to students from 2 p. m. until 9 p. m. Sundays. All students are requested to note these hours carefully as they will be rigidly enforced. Un der no circumstances will excep tions be made, library officials state. BA School to Offer New Credit Courses The school of business adminis tration is starting, for the first time, credit courses in typwrit ing and shorthand. Formerly no credit was given with these two secretarial sub jects. But now, because of the in creased demand for it, credit will be given. Only the very elementary course will be taught in both sub jects. Stores to Present^* Annual Fall Show Fall will begin officially in Eu gene when stores participating in the annual fall opening window display contest unveil their win dows at 7:30 p. m. this evening. The windows will be judged by a panel of 3*.» townswomen. Rib bons will be awarded to the win ners. During the evening many Eu gene stores v/ill have open house. This will give customers an om^ portunity to find out abou^ changes and improvements t o stores. A band concert. will be given by the Eugene high school. The board of judges will in clude wives of University faculty members and six-representatives each of the Elks’ auxiliary, the Legion auxiliary, the Catholic Daughters, the Eastern StarBand ladies of the labor council. CRAIG WOOD winner of the National Open, the Masters’ and the Metro politan Open, three of the most coveted tournaments in golf. From beginner to master it’s Chesterfield. 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