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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 20, 1943)
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president's reception October 2
with the Hello dance later in the
Actual registration for classes
will take place October 1 and 2
with classes beginning Monday,
Of special importance to fresh
men is the opportunity to talk
with advisers who can give them
aid in choosing courses helpful in
preparing them to take the A-12
(Army) or V-12 (Navy) program
tests which will he given on the
campus early in November.
These advisers will help the
student to coordinate his course
in his field of major study with
those which will better prepare
him for service in the armed
forces. These V-programs are de
signed to give men special train
ing in the field of engineering,
psychology, medicine, languages,
supply corps, chaplain service,
deck officer, aviation, or mer
chant marine work.
This new branch of the regu
lar advisory service of the Uni
versity is under the direction of
Kenneth Shumaker, director of
the lower division advisory group.
He has not yet announced who
these advisers will be, but every
freshman is urged to see one of
these advisers before the day of
registration in order to give him
self a better opportunity to par
ticipate in the V programs.
All students will confer with
advisers assigned to them at
registration,this being' in addition
to the special advisory service in
connection with military work.
During freshman week, from
September 29 to October 2, an
information desk on the first
floor of Johnson hall will be open
to aid students who want any
questions cleared up for them.
Other special events of the
week include open house at Wes
ley house, Westminster house,
and the YWCA; the AWS assem
bly September 30 at 4 p.m. in the
music building; and the YWCA
breakfast for freshman girls Oc
October 10 lias been set as the
final day for addition of new
courses or new registration, and
November 25 will mark the first
vacation date, Thanksgiving.
Finals for the term will begin
December 13, and the term will
end December 10.
44 ROTC Men
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Housing for these men is not
yet definite, but it is expected
that they will live in the Kappa
Sigma and Sigma Nu houses.
These houses are no longer oper
ating as fraternities.
When they return the R.O.T.C.
men will be in uniform and will be
a regular part of the army.
Expected to return are the fol
Paul Beard, Richard Bennett,
Warren Charleston, Robert Ellin
wood, William Farrell, James
Harrison, Willis Johnson, Lester
Koenan, William Lilly, Paul Mer
rick, Charles Nelson, John Rob
inson, Warren Roper, Ernest
Sandgren, Lloyd War, Clifton
Wilcox, and Oglesby Young.
John Harms, Bruce Frye,
Frank Loomis, Robert Robertson,
Charles Roffe, Robert Sabin, Ed
ward Vierling', Robert Bloom,
Preston Phipps, Henry Steers, Jo
seph Steers, James Wilson, and
Richard Burns, Allen Cellars,
Charles Childs, Warren Christen
sen, Victor Doherty, James Gib
son, William Macy, Alfred Good
win, Richard Igl, Norman Mann
lieimer, William McKevitt, Wil
liam Moshofsky, Richard Rogers,
Bertram Shoemaker, David Stone,
James Thayer, Jerry Vawter.
Kenward Oliphant, Orville Mar
cellus, Merritt Kufferman, James
Evers, and Daniel Scott.
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