Talk Given To Red Cross The work of the Red Cross, one of the oldest service organizations in the country, reaches into all cor ners of the world. The history of the people who have helped to build up this vast organization and of the work it has done is filled wit hexciting episodes, according to Mrs. Cora Pirtle, (executive sec retary of .Lane county Red Cross groups. Mrs. Pirtle will speak on the his tory and aims of this program at an assembly today at &,g.in- in alumni hall, Gerlinger. Other Red Cross officials will be introduced. All Red Cross group chairmen and house representatives are ex pected to be present, and anyone else interested is welcome. “It will be •worth the time of anyone who cgrP com* for Mrs. Pirtle is a- v*Sry clever speaker,” acknowledged Carol Wicke, chair man of Red Cross activities on the campus. • CLASSIFIED ADS • For Sale 35 mm. enlarger, glassless carrier, condenser, no lens. $25.00. Phone 4112, 5-6 p.m. A. Smith. •The BERG-KECK-a-Cola* Company Opening Soon— Watch for future developments— Phone 2305 for info Y Membership Drive Continued for Week Reported by Mary Corrigan, chairman, as already beginning to gain momentum, the YWCA mem bership drive will continue for the rest of this week. Representatives from all campus living organiza tions Will meet today at the “Y” bungalow at 4:15. Miss Corrigan requested that each representative bring a list of the YWCA members in her house and may turn in all money collected at the meeting. Representatives announced re cently are: Alpha Chi Omega, Janice Seymour; Alpha Delta Pi, Charlotte Wicke; Alpha Gamma Delta, Nancy Brownell; Alpha Omicron Pi, Nadyne Neet; Alpha Phi, Betty Sailor; Alpha Xi Delta, Virginia Tomkins; Chi Omega; Betty Householder; Delta Delta Delta, Gloria Cartozian. Delta Gamma, Marilyn Glenn: Gamma Phi Beta, Liz Gilmers; Kappa Alpha Theta, Nancy Kelle her; Kappa Kappa Gamma, Patsy Griffin; Pi Beta Phi, Betty Frey; Sigma Kappa, Jo Ann Whitson; Gamma hall, Milo Woodward: Sherry Ross, Dorothy Rasmussen; Sigma hall, Patricia Graham. Alpha hall, Joyce Utz; Zeta hall, Alberta Upton; Omega hall, Gayle Barber; Susan Campbell, Betty Lombard; Hendricks hall, Georgia Mescrip; Orides, Ruth Robertson; Hilyard house, Phyllis Kiste; Rebec hall, Mildred Ceadergreen; Univer sity house, Betty McFadden; and Highland house, Gloria Campbell. Keuka college has announced a new three-year accelerated course to train nurses. SEND THAT LETTER! to G. I. Joe— to the folks— to your friends— on personalized stationery at the i Valley Printing & Stationery Co. 76-82 W. Broadway CAMPUS CALENDAR A meeting of the captains of the men’s houses will be held today at Campbell co-op at 4:30 to make out a schedule for the six-man football league. All girls interested in intramural hockey are urged to meet on Ger linger field this afternoon from 4 to 5. All girls interested in Girl Re serves will meet in YMCA Wednes day, October 4, at 8 p.m. All veterans now attending the University of Oregon will meet to day at 5 in room 1, Johnson hall. The purpose of the meeting is to establish an active veterans’ or ganization on the campus. House librarians will meet today at 4 in the browsing room of the library. Election of officers is the business at hand, and plans for the year will be reviewed. Laurel Lodge Girls Move Into Dorms The girls of Laurel lodge, who were formerly living in the Sigma' Phi Epsilon house, have been moved into the various dormitories on the campus, in order to help cut down the expenses of the dorm; tories. They are now living in Hen-, dricks, Susan Campbell, and John Straub halls. Since it was neces sary to fill the vacancies in the dif ferent halls, the girls are no longer living in one group. When the girls moved into Laurel lodge, at registration, it was a temporary arrangement because they did not have a cook and it was uncertain how many girls would be living in the halls, the dormitory office said. Coast Guard Calls (Continued from page one) personnel procurement division, an nounced recently. Recruits will receive their basic and advanced training and then will be qualified for advancement in civilian life or for an assignment to duty at sea. The enlistment quota for this district, which includes Washing ton, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming, is 70 men. Only men actually 17 years of age, who are physically and other wise qualified, will be accepted. Oregon men may apply for enlist ment at 806 S. W. Morrison street, Portland. Read Books from Our Rent Library New Fiction.3c per day New Plays.5c per day or for $1.00 per term you may read as many as you wish. Ask about this low cost term plan. UNIVERSITY "CO-OP” Schwering Hospitalized Mrs. Hazel 5. Schwering, dean of women, is convalescing in the Sacred Heart general hospital as a result of a bad cold. The dean’s illness has caused her to be away from her office for the past week and isn’t expected to return this week. Mrs. Schwering’s condition is generally improving. Success as a teacher shows little correlation to college grades, campus leadership, intelligence test records, knowledge of contempo rary affairs, or tolerance, accord ing to experiments at DePauw uni versity. For the best in Jewelry... • Rings • Lapel Pins • Lockets • Bracelets Drop in any time ]fyiristow£ JEWELRY STORE 620 Willamette i Rushing Ended (Continued from page one) Two houses led the Greeks in initiating spring term pledges this past weekend. The girls initiated were: Alpha Delta Pi—Dorothy Maddox and Mary Lou Ploss; Chi Omega — Charlotte Johnston. 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