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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 2, 1946)
Opportunities for civil service job
seekers are now posted on the up
stairs bulletin board in Commerce
Top salaried positions in civil
engineering available in Washing
ton, D.C., have as requirements two
■to three years of appropriate exper
ience or three to four years of col
Urgently needed are nurses for
veterans administration hospitals.
A job is offered in the Canal Zone
for service in Government hospitals
throughout the United States. Ap
plicants must be graduates from a
recognized school of nursing.
Also offered is a position as stu
dent dietician in the war depart
ment veterans administration. Re
quirements are thirty-six semester
hours of appropriate college study.
Written tests will be given on all
Women Elect Officers
At Gerlinger for Term
Gerlinger hall, newly organized
woman’s dormitory, elected offi
cers for the coming term Monday.
Norma McKegan was elected pres
ident of the group. Other officers
are: vice-president, Jean Ehlen;
V secretary, Joie Smith.
“A String of Pearls”
Jewelry Store ,
Adds Max McKinney
The Romance language depart
ment of the University has added
Max AIcKinney to the faculty as an
instructor in French and Spanish.
McKinney, before entering the
service, taught languages at
Roosevelt junior high and Univer
sity high in Eugene.
Creation was made Tuesday of a
new general information office on
the first floor of Johnson hall. Ne
cessitated by the large increase in
University enrollment, the office
will handle all questions not per
taining specifically to registration.
Registration information will
continue to be handled from the
second-floor office in Johnson hall.
The new office is in charge of Miss
Barbara Beals of Eugene.
Mrs. Alice B. Macduff, University
housing secretary, who formerly
occupied the office, has moved to
Room 6, Friendly hall, which she
will occupy jointly with Karl W.
Onthank, dean of personnel admin
istration, also recently moved from
Johnson hall, and Miss Dorothy
Doering, in charge of the office of
graduate placement service.
Alpha hall will have open house
today from 6:30 to 7:30.
U. of O. Fellowship (I.V.C.F.) is
postponing its social of October 3
until future date.
Susan Campbell Hall—Vets’ dorm
No. 1—exchange dessert.
Highland house will have an open
house from 6:30 to 7:30.
Delta Phi Alpha, German honor
ary society, will meet in room 101,
Friendly hall at 7 p.m.
Sigma Kappa-Sigma Phi Epsilon
Rehearsal for crowd scene for Act
I of “Pygmalion” on stage at 7 p.m.
Orides,- independent women’s or
ganization, will hold open house in
Gerlinger hall this evening at 6:30.
All Druids will meet tonight at
the Phi Gamma Delta house at 7:30.
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Open to Students
Baby Brownie and Speed Graflex
enthusiasts alike are eligible to
enter the 1947 Oregana photo con
test, Roy Paul Nelson, Oregana
editor, said Tuesday. Informality,
interest, and utility will be con
sidered in selecting winners of the
$10, $7, and $5 cash awards he said.
Skill in photography is not a re
Oregana Art Editor Scotty
Mindolovich has been added to the
original list of judges which in
cludes Marguerite Wittwer, Emer
ald editor, Nelson; and J. Warren
Teter, University photographer.
Prints may be mailed or taken to
the Oregana offices in McArthur
court before the deadline, Novem
ber 15. Negatives will not be neces
sary, but should be retained by the
students. Photos which fail to re
ceive the top prizes or honorable
mention may be picked up after the
Roger T. Tetlow
Betty Jean Meade
D. L. Persinger
Layout and Soliciting
Mary Ann Miller
Theo Marie Feikert
WE HAVE IT
11th and Hilyard
Trial by Lau
(Continued from-page two)
Austin Fox was so busy watching
for the approach of Gorgo that he
never did catch another Duck. Pen
ny Rabbit got the hiccups every
time he even thought about Gorgo.
Even Mr. and Mrs. Beaver began to
think that there might be some
thing to Teddy’s tales, and because
they couldn't work and worry too,
they neglected the dam that was to
have been the best ever, and it
Gorgo was saddened by all of this
and one day decided it would be best
if he left the forest.
“He’s gone! . . . He*s gone!” Ted
dy shouted upon hearing the news.
“I kicked him out... I did it! Make
Harry Bear was greatly puzzled
and hadn’t quite figured out what
had upset his normally peaceful
kingdom, but, reluctantly, he told
Teddy he could-have the job if he
could protect the inhabitants as
Gorgo had done.
Teddy blanched and began to
tremble. “But I’m so small,” he
wailed. “All I can do is beat the
And the animals were at once
suspicious and afraid of each other,
and friend turned on friend, and
soon the forest was silent except for
the disgruntled thudding of Teddy’s
“I wonder, Dad,” Junior said ear
nestly, “haven’t I heard that story
I stared out of the window for a
long moment before answering. “I
think we all have, son.”
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Phone Dorothy Kirkpatrick, 1881.
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Hendricks. Call Pat Warring,
WANTED- Sax 01 Clarinet man
and guitar man, Call 5355-W.
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