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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 4, 1944)
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Oregon (33) FG. FT. PF.
Bray, F . 12 3
Humphreys, F . 3 11
Danner, F . 3 0 1
Caviness, F. Ill
Borrevik, C. 2 0 0
Hamilton, G . 2 2 0
Phillips, G. 10 0
Henwood, G . 0 12
Wash. State (38) FG. FT. PF.
Rennick, F . 5 12
Bray ton, F . 5 1 3
Lagers, F . 0 0 1
Gregg, C . 10 0
Joslin, G . 0 0 2
Carstens, G . 4 6 3
If you are not in a
is your best bet for
The double breast
ed model is still the
favorite. In all
sizes 35 to 44 in
we rent Tuxedoes
McDonald Theater Bldg-.
" AT JOHNSON'S
0 Frosted Malts
• Banana Splits
• Jumbo Cones
• Pie a la mode
Around the corner from
j the McDonald
Carol Cook, city editor
Betty French, night editor
Scholarships in Many
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ships at a value of $400 each are!
to be given this year.
Also at Bryn Mawr are the re
search assistantship scholarships of
$800 for advanced students, prefer- ,
ably for a candidate for the degree j
of doctor of philosophy; and two
fellowships at $860 each given on
the grounds of excellence in scholar
ship to students who have complet
ed at least one year of gradaute
work at some other college of recog
Two fellowships of $500 each for
training in personnel administra
tion are offered by Radcliff college,
Cambridge, Massachusetts, to wom
en desiring to prepare themselves
for positions in personnel admin
istration. Such a fellowship offers
not only instruction but also prac
tical experience in full-time ap
prentice assignments in industrial,
educational and governmental or
Most scholarship aids bear spe
cial restrictions imposed by donor
or trustee, Dean Onthank said.
Among frequent restrictions are:
scholastic rank, age, ancestral mil
itary record, family name, field of
concentration, fraternal affiliation
of student or parent, occupation of
parent, personal habits, physical
handicaps, place of birth, legal
residence, place of preparation, ra
cial descent, and religious affilia
The niversity ot Oregon has a
high standing for preparing stu
dents for graduate work. No stu
dent should apply for a scholarship
unless he ranks high in character,
ability and accomplishments and
has a well defined purpose before
Information concerning scholar
ships often come through the vari
ous departmental heads and may
usually be obtained from the individ
ual departments and from the dean
of women, dean of men, and dean of
personnel... College., catalogs,., and
bulletins, government bulletins,
graduates of the institution from
which the scholarship is desired,
faculty members teaching in the
special field of interest to the stu
dent are other sources of informa
Scholarships and fellowships are
usually awarded on the basis of re
presentations contained in a writ
ten application and supporting cre
dentials. Students interested in ap
plying for a scholarship or fellow
ship should fill out an information
blank at the office of the dean of ,
men, making their inquiries imme
diately if they desire to receive a
scholarship for the coming year.
First college YMCA building
erected in America was built on the
Hanover college, Indiana, campus.
Your campus gasoline
Pro and Con
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men there who enjoy substantial
incomes. India is an important man
ufacturer of textiles. She is also po
litically important because she oc
cupies a strategic place in the
Wells pointed out that the re
sponsibility for the Indian famine
lies with the Japanese cutting off
of rice fields outside of India, essen
tial to her food supply, without
mentioning the failure of Indian
rice and wheat fields on which the
Indians are most dependent for
their food. He laughed at the ef
forts of the Canadians to ship food
as relief to India with the remark
that the Indians would not eat to
matoes or wheat. It is our conten
tion that a starving people will eat
anything, particularly bread.
E. H. S.
Your tires deserve the best of care
—let us be the ones to give it.
ON THE CORNER OF
Pearl and lltli
At least he will be! That is if we keep on buying those
war bonds-—not just during war bond drives but con
stantly, This is the Fourth War Fond so do your part
and we’ll send Hitler and Hirohito to the cleaners.
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Municipal Electric and Water Utilities
Hot Water Bottles
59c - 89c
HEY KIDS ■'(
Kvtn dance calls for ie-*
trcsliments, and your Mil-*
itary Ball will be belief
with one oi our lust ions
cheeseburger with French
Frys and milkshake Off
coke. si i«i
BOO 0 > 1 i \‘ c
ATTEND THE t
YOUR CHOICE f
; While at ll.to
10th Ave. at Feai’J
Rev. Xorman K. Tally, Pastor
Soldiers, Students and Visitors
Cordially Welcome at Divine
11 A.M. and 7:S0 P.M.
Broadway .and High
Dr. Vance H. Webster, Pastor ■
University Group, 9:45 a.)a.
and 6:30 p.m. ,
Morning W’orship 11:00 a.j'rt.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
EPISCOPAL CHURCH |
13th and Pearl ,
Rev. E. S. Bartlam, Rector
Services at 8 and 11 A.M*
Canterbury Club 6 P.M.
Service, Wednesday in Gerlingei,
1166 Oak Street
Walter J. Fiscus, Pastes.1 |
University Classes, 9:45 A.M.
Dr. Victor P. Morris, teacher
Fouth Discussion Groups, 6:15p in.
Fireside Meetings 8:45 p.m.
Worship Services 11:00 and
490 13th Ave. East * ,
Telephone 4192 (•
Wesley Goodson Nicholson, •
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M. I
University Group 7:00 P.M.
ST. MARY'S CATHOLIC
W. 11th & Chamelton i
Sunday Masses—8: 00, 9:30,
10:30 A. M.
Confessions: 4 ;00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:30 F.M. Sat
Rev. Francis P. Leipzig, Pastor*
Rev. L. H. Sohlcr, Director I
6th and Pearl—Phone 4623 f
Harold Aalbue, Pastor ;
Morning Service 11:00 A.M. [
Holy Communion last Sunday; :
each month )
L.S.A. Sundays, 7:00
first methodist" i
1165 Willamette St
Llewellyn O. Griffith, MinJwte*
9:45 a.m., 7.00 p.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Wesley House, 1258 Kincaid;; ;
Mrs. John Worthington, , (
Student Director ,