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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1946)
Sigma Chis Meet
Sigma Chi members will meet
contestants in the 1346 Sigma Chi
Sweetheart contest at a dance to
he given at the fraternity house to
night. Augie Johnson, social chair
man, announced today. The names
of semi-finalists will be released
A total of 49 girls, representing
each women's living house on the
campus, are entered in the compe
tition to decide the Sigma Chi
sweetheart of 1946. This year's win
ner will be announced over station
KORE on October 23.
To Attend Salem Meet
Dean J. R. Jewell, dean of the ed
ucation school, reported today that
plans had been made for attend
' ance at the annual school superin
tendents meetings in Salem. The
meetings are scheduled for October
14 and 15. A county superintendents
convention also is planned, and is
beifcg held October 15 and 16.
Dean Jewell; Dr. C. L. Huffaker,
professor of education; Dr. Paul E.
Kambly, assistant director of teach
er training; Professor F. L. Stet
son, professor of secondary educa
tion; and Dr. Hugh B. Wood, pro
fessor of education, are atteending.
ROTC Increases Staff
An additional infantry officer,
Captain Richard B. Roche of Bur
lingame, Calif., has been assigned
to the teaching staff of the military
science department, and is expected
to arrive at the University, October
19. Captain Roche's previous duty
was with the national headquarters
if the army emergency relief.
!Guide Dope Requested
All students whose addresses
I or telephone numbers have been
changed since registration and
want the correct information to
appear in the student directory
may contact Olga Yevitcli at the
University News Bureau after 7
| p.m. on Wednesdays or Thursdays
or telephone 3300, extension 253.
Westminster house potluck sup
per at 6 p.m.
Sigma Delta Chi meeting at 7
p.m. in room 104, Journalism build
Amphibian tryout in the Gerlin
ger hall pool at 4 p.m.
I Education Majors Get
An opportunity for education ma
jors to teach in the department of
social sciences is offered at Nor
wich university, Northfield, Ver
Rank and salary depend upon
Lutheran Group Slates
Informal Meet Sunday
Members and friends of the Lu
theran student association will
meet at the YWCA bungalow Sun
day, October 13, from 5:30 to 7:30
Group singing and an informal
meeting will be followed by refresh
ments and games.
Ann Brady, night editor
Warren E. Miller
Doug- Eden, day manager.
Mary Ellen Davey
Ann Hite, circulation manager
Puerto Rico was known as Bor
inquen by its Indian inhabitants
before Columbus’ time.
There are about 35,000 miles of
federal airways in the United
Oyster shells in colonial days
were used widely as blast furnace
Averell Harriman has taken the
oath of office as secretary of com
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J NIGHT STUDENTS SIGN . . .
Prospective students line up to register for University night classes in
Commerce hall. The night classes are under the guidance of the general
extension division of the Oregon State state system of higher education.
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for the spring of 1949. After grad
ation he hopes to follow up foot
ball and athletics. He prefers
^coaching, but has his fingers
crossed on any definite job.
Last week's contest with Cali
fornia is rated by him as the best
contest that he has appeared in yet
as it afforded more thrills and ex
citement than any previous game
he was in.
Brad has been married for three
years and he has the happy look
characteristic of all the married
men on Oliver’s eleven.
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The Dept, of Physical Education for
women, needs a pianist for dance
classes every Monday, Wednesday,
and Friday at 2:00.
Those interested please call
Mrs. Wentworth - 116 Gerlinger
YOUR PET IS HERE
Oregon Trail Pet Corral
35 W. 11th
BRING IN YOUR
American Legion i
Meets Tonight at 7
Formal installation of the Uni
versity post of the American Legion
will take place tonight at 7 in room
207 Chapman hall, George Dullan
ty, post commander, said Wednes
day. The installation will be made
by Hirsch Taylor, University'post
All veterans, men and women, are
invited to attend this meeting. At
the meetnig organizational plans
for the year will be drafted.
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