Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, December 03, 1942, Page 3, Image 3

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    . . . Csifts to delight the heart of any co-ed are the cosmetics that
f f if AW DAVIS offers the Christmas shopper. Jackie Klein ad
mires a few of the perfumes that she and scores of other girls would
love on the Christmas tree.
Most Ducks Plan
(Continued from page one)
service men going home on fur
lough—roughly 600.000 it is esti
mated. During the December lo
January 5 period when chair cars
are reserved for soldiers, sailors,
and marines, and permanent
passes are cancelled, Pullman ac
commodations will still be avail
able probably on a “standing
room only” basis.
The cancellation of coach fares
will affect few students, as most
of the rush out of Eugene will
be over before that goes into ef
fect, but the return to school
comes right in the middle of the
cancellation time. A loss of five
per cent of a term’s work is due
for anyone who might think it
profitable to miss the rush and
return after January 5.
So, if you can find some way
to beat the transportation prob
lems during the holiday season,
don’t hesitate to let Joe East
man, national ODT director know
—you'll be acclaimed a hero! ....
The Southern Pacific company
announced Wednesday that the
coach fare cancellation applies
only to certain through trains.
All fares, both coach and Pull
man, however, must be reserved
after December 15, on other
trains. This may be done only
at the time a ticket is purchased.
New Manager
(Continued from page one)
The question of giving the
Emerald credit for circulation
from the $2 fee was discussed.
The problem would involve dis
tribution of board income from
this source to the Emerald and
possibly to other educational ac
No action was taken though
two possible substitute plans
were presented for placing some
form of circulation credit in the
Emerald budget.
The all-campus sing was ap
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proved as substitute for the Can
oe Fete Junior Weekend follow
ing recommendation of a junior
class committee of four.
Committee presenting the rec
ommendation included Bill Macy,
chairman; Mary Robinson, Jack
Robinson, and Bill Farrell.
A Eugene Gleeman concert was
scheduled for Thursday night,
January 2S.
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