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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 10, 1946)
I A letter from the China Institute
in New York City, requesting infor
mation on the Chinese students
registered here, has been received in
the registrar’s office, C. L. Con
stance, associate registrar, dis
“ The information is necessary for
a directory of Chinese students and
trainees in America on which the
. Institute is working, and which will
;be published around November of
§* this year, the letter stated.
, As the letters did not arrive in
time for the material to be obtained
during registration, Mr. Constance
requests that all Chinese students
on campus pick up a form postcard
from the registrar’s office, fill it
out, and drop it in the mail box at
Okeir earliest convenience.
Hurricane in Florida spared the
record-making citrus crop as it
suddenly lost its force.
By Bob Whitely
A recent Emerald blurb pleaded
f<#£- students to work “behind the
[scenes’’ with the Rally Committee,
i"After,” as a new Second John,
would report, “thoroughly checking
the area,” you may put up your
| scenes at will Mr. Hazzard. Be sure
to anchor them solidly in cement.
We found Sahib Schaefers, chief
Babu of the local opium den bitterly
sobbing over his surplus Army
China Clipper. When questioned,
“Honest” John brushed away a tear,
and with controlled grief exclaimed,
“My fat has been cut off!” He
assured us however that every
effort is being made to increase his
small pittance so that those super
Side dunkers will again roll out of
his infernal machine. “You’ll have
to be content with boughten ones,”
he tersely informed us. You may go
back to your pots now John. Speak
ing of the game this Sat, be sure and
get your pompom from the eager
■Qwama’s anytime before the strug
gle. They’ll give you a beeyoootiful
job for less than a Peso (.50 in gold).
See you Tuesday on the Ballboard
shift. pd. adv.
Faculty to Be Honored
The annual president's reception
will be held tonight in the Al
umni hall of Gerlinger hall be
ginning at 8:30. Given by President
and Mrs. Harry K. Newbum in hon
or of the faculty, the reception will
also honor Oregon’s new chancellor,
Paul C. Packer, and his wife.
Marvin Krenk, speech instructor
and production director for KOAC
student broadcasting, named the
following heads of departments for
radio prograpis to be presented
Paul Marcotte has been placed as
student program manager. The
production department under his
direction will include John Mac
Donald, Gordon Halstead, Shirley
Peters, Roberta Quigley, Dave
Waite, Lee Petrasek, By Mayo, Ted
Hallock, Eloise Rockwell, Suds
Chaney, Phyllis Perkins, and Jim
The announcing staff consists of
John MacDonald, Dave Waite, Gor
don Halstead, Ted Hallock, Suds
Chaney, Jim Kays, James Johnston,
Roberta Quigley, and Eloise Rock
Gordon Halstead heads publicity
and the continuity department will
be led by Lee Petrasek.
Anyone interested in working in
any of the above departments is
asked to contact Marvin Krenk or
Paul Marcotte in the radio studios
of the extension building.
Group to Elect Officers
The Propeller club, an organiza
tion for students interested in for
eign travel and shipping, will meet
tonight at 7:15 in room five, Com
Election of officers, as well as
business plans for the future, will
take place, Dr. A. L. Lomax, pro
fessor of business administration,
will be club sponsor.
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game and also his family when Liz
announced she couldn’t go.
We don't know if his name is
Ernest, but it should be if it isn’t.
If a gal turns this lad down on the
idea of a coffee date he dashes down
to the closest java house and brings
back a slug of the brown stuff to
the lucky girl. Suggest that the
gal try turning him down for a din
The Theta Chis stepped out and
reserved El Capitan for Homecom
ing. With drinks at ten cents a
throw it should prove to be a gay
If anyone on the campus knows a
good detective please have him
available next Sunday as he will be
We carry a large variety
Pure Freshly Roasted
free of all substitutes
IUW Offers Scholarship
For Far Eastern Study
Opportunities to study culture in
China are being offered by the Far
Eastern department of the Univer
sity of Washington.
The scholarships are open to all
students except those of Chinese
nationality, who have shown merit
in at least one year's study in Chi
nese language, history, literature,
I art, geography, or social sciences in
relation to China; or who have con
tributed writings adjudged to be of
value on any of these subjects.
Scholarships will be for one year.
Applications should be sent to Dr.
Franz H. Michael, Far Eastern de
partment, Seattle 5, Washington.
Museum Hours Named
In honor of Homecoming the art
museum wrill be open on Friday,
October 18, from 3 to 5 p.m. and
Saturday, October 19 from 9 a.m.
Essay Contest Opens
To Student Writers
"Free government and the evac
uation of the Japjmese-Americans
from the Pacific coast in 1942," will
be the subject of the annual Philo
Sherman Bennet essay contest spon
sored by the history department.
Prizes this year total $25,000.
Students are urged to register for
the contest as soon as possible.
Manuscripts must be typewritten
and two copies must be submitted.
Emerald Hall Students
To Elect First Officers
Independent students living in
Emerald hall, located at 17tlv ave
nue and Hilyard street, are at pres
ent organizing their constitution,
and will probably elect officers this
week, members announced today.
At present, 17 men are living in the
Opening Saturday, Oct. 12th
HILYAFC HIDING STABLES
—Pat and George Eddy—
• Excellent horses for hire
0 Close to the campus
• Good riding country
0 All new equipment
First Class Boarding Service
“Bring your horse to school!’’
• Splendid accommodations
0 Expert care
• We feed omeline
2S92 S. Hilyard St. At the big red barn
The new, revolutionary...
LIFE WAVE COiilS
No chemicals! No steam! No electricity! ^
No heat! No fuss, no bother; just comb ■;:]
your hair daily over a short period of ^
time, It's as easy and simple as that to) g
) have natural waves of glowing beauty!, 4
See it! Try it! You'll never be without it!
Comb yourtelf 01
Ilf9 wove for life
building, which is still being reno
vated by the owner.
y i i i.i i . —■
Engineering (all branches) —
N u ni erousInstruetorships —1
Fellowships open for Bachelors, j
Also heavy demand for those
qualified for Professorships, As- '
sociateships and Assistantships. !
Fine Art & Sciences—Scores of j
vacancies in Colleges and Univ- j
ersities in all sections.
Secondary-Elementary — All!
kinds of positions in locations i
paying the highest salary sche
dules. Numerous Pacific coast'
For quick placement give phone;
no., photograph and qualifica
tions in first letter.
CLINE TEACHERS AGENCY
East Lansing, Michigan
Joe Palooka Champ
Ding Dong Williams
HIT THE HAY