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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 26, 1941)
For Student Union
The furnishing fund for the pro
posed student union building is
$192.18 to the better this fall,
after the addition of money col
lected from the Co-op receipts
drive which ended in June.
Susan Campbell hall led all
campus organizations, co-oper
ating with a total of $27.75. Del
ta Tau Delta, Kappa Alpha Theta,
and Hilyard house were next,
*^ach donating a little over $13.
The drive to colect co-op re
ceipts and thus add to the grow
ing student union fund was pri
marily to promote student inter
est in the building, and to bring
student attention to the need for
such a building. Ulric Dorais,
chairman of the drive, said he
believed the purpose had been
Dorais reported that the drive
could have been more lucrative
if all the living organizations on
the campus had responded. Only
31 of the 46 turned in receipts.
^ Prizes Planned
Prizes to Delta Tau Delta and
Susan Campbell hall, winners,
will probably be scrolls bearing
the members’ names. These will
be deposited in the cornerstone.
Returns from the receipts were
turned over to the University
business manager, and ultimate
ly will be used in furhisfting a
portion of the student union
Dorais did not recommend that
another drive of this sort be
sponsored this year. “It seems as
though some way must be found
to build up enthusiasm for a un
ion building without taking such
^ a direct toll on students,” Dorais
said in his letter to committee
members of the drive.
Courtesy of trie Oregonian
Ted Hallock, jive-happy music
fan, goes “modern” as the result
of his summei* trip through the
east. The style, he says, is just
.what the typical orchestra play
ers are now wearing.
New Textbooks Now
At Co-op Total 50
About 50 new textbooks will be
introduced to the Oregon campus
this year, accordihg to the book
department of the Co-op store.
The science department leads
all others with new books in al
most every field.
Among newr books are: Holmes,
“General Chemistry;” Bait9ell,
“Human Biology;” Thoma, “Mod
ern Composition and Rhetoric;”
Nicks and Longi, “Fundamental
Book sales are already well un
der way blit the main rush is not
expected until after registration.
How to Win Friends
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in one easy lesson
Treat yourself and others to
wholesome, delicious Wrigley’s
Spearmint Gum. Swell to chew.
Helps keep breath sweet, teeth
bright. The Flavor Lasts.
SrWoL ta vote. 0*1 ’Activity Quide
Extracurricular Field to Be Mapped Out
An activity guide booklet, to -
aid in acquainting freshmen
with extracurricular activities in
which they are eligible to par
ticipate, is being presented in
idea form by Steve Worth, junior
representative, to the executive
council, for approval this after
The booklet will be published
with the aim of opening the way
for independent students to enter
into University activities and will
present all the information in re
gard to each available position.
The proposed publication will
be divided into three main sec
tions. The first will list all main
campus activities, the names and
phone numbers of the persons in
charge to whom the would-be
participator should apply; the sec
ond division will list the desired
qualifications for each position;
the third section will be devoted
to a brief summary of duties in
volved in each office.
Thus, freshmen and new stu
Ten words minimum accented.
First insertion 2c per word.
Subsequent insertions lc per' word.
Flate rate 37c column inch.
Frequency rate (entire term-) :
35c per column inch one time a
34c per column inch twice or more
■ Ads will be taken over the telephone on
a chartre basis if the advertiser is a
subscriber to the phone.
Mailed advertisements must have suffi
cient remittance enclosed to cover
definite number of insertions.
Ads must be in Emerald business office
no later than 6 p.m. prior to the day
WANTED to buy, for cash, Chev
rolet coach, sedan or 5-passen
ger coupe. Phone 1725.
dents will have available a reli
able guide of handy information
and all students will have an
equal chance to look over the ac
tivity field and decide just which
posts they are capable of filling
and which offices they wish to
With executive council approv
al, the booklet should be ready
for free distribution within tho
next two weeks.
Let Harry Powell or Harold Edblom
give you personalized service.
Also to assist you in pick
ing out your school
shoes are Watrine
Spencer, Alpha Gamma
Delta, and Jim Thayer
Phi Delta Theta, who art
at our store on Satur
Shoe — $8.95
Oregon Alumni Owned and Run
828 Willamette St. Phone 3428
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