Planning Class Attends Meet The class on public planning ac companied by Dr. Eldon L. Johnson, professor of political science, left last week for the convention of planning, League of Oregon Cities in Portland. The one-day trip was made for the purpose of attending the morning and afternoon meet ings concerned with planning and zoning problems. Mr. Jdhnson stated that the de partment sponsors this trip for a better realization by the student that these problems are illustrative of planning at any level whether city, state, or national. “We feel,” he continued, “that by seeing these problems handled by real persons such as city planning V officials, the student may see the vitality of planning and better ap preciate its relation to their own lives.” Round Table Invites A “community round table” will be held at Westminster house to night from 9 to 10 p.m. Ellen Suth erland, chairman of the group, ex tends an invitation for all Univer sity students to come and partici pate in the discussion. A drive for a student union in 1924 brought in pledges for $219, 087. r Campus Bureau Members Picked Appointment of Kit Wilhelm, sophomore in journalism, and Bob Prowell, senior in physical educa tion. members of the Emerald busi ness office, as University represen tatives to the Campus merchandise bureau, a national organization, was announced last week by Business Manager George Pegg. In that capacity Miss Wilhelm and Prowell will concentrate their efforts on promoting Chesterfield cigarettes. Their program will in clude the distribution of free cigar ettes, the selection of a Chesterfield boy and girl of the week, and radio advertising. House Library Drive Renewed The house library movement had its first meeting of the year last week. Robert Merz, vice-presi dent, presided in place of Dorothy Lee, president, who did not return to school. The members heard from Karl Onthank, dean of personnel admin istration and one of the founders, on the origin of the organization, and from Mary Landry Wasmann, past president, who gave a talk on reading more books, and who dis cussed the possibility of selling pas tries in the library again this year MODERN LIBRARY Great Books ^r\ now only Ijr CHOOSE YOURS TODAY PRICE ADVANCE DUE Nod* 1st HERE ARE A FEW OF THE FAMOUS TITLES. SEE OUR WINDOW FOR OTHERS Pepy’s Diary Philosophy of Spinoza Confessions of Rousseau Palgraves Golden Treasury Butler’s Erewhom The Are of Innocence Milton Complete Poetry Complete Works of Horace Hardy, Tess Proust, Cities of the Plain Travels of Marco Polo Machiavelli, The Prince Dracula Tristram Shandy Philosophy of Santayana Wells, Tono-Bungay Gulliver’s Travels Sheeans Personal History Jeffers, Roan Stallion Conrad, Lord Jim Bronte, Jean Eyre Henry George, Progress & Povc’ ty Anatole France, Penguin Island Dewey, Human Nature and Conduct Unraersitjj ‘CO-OP’ to raise money for house library books. Miss Bernice Rise gave a talk on the duties of the house librarian and how the house library move ment tied up with all campus in terests. Miss Rise then introduced Dr. R. C. Swank, who discussed the benefit to be obtained from good outside reading. The members then adjourned to a social meeting with coffee and cookies. Vanity Fare (C crtt'mucd from page heo) a mistress. Daggett started the club's activities off big with a cam paign to elect a junior high school freshman this year's “Sweetheart of Sigma Chi." It was quite a blow to her modes ty when the blind popped up as Sig j ma Kappa Pat Mathieson was pre paring to hit the sack and revealed three Sigma Cliis standing just bd low. We suggest next time the H.U, trio try the Theta house with its bigger windows. Ginny Woodward, Gam-Fi, caused a minor uproar when she strolled into the libe one evening with a bot tle in her coat pocket. Shampoo she told everyone—extra large size. So...CLEAN...so FRESH... so PURE... the flavor’s all yours— because philip morris tobaccos are PASTEURIZED! From the first Philip Morris you smoke in the morning to the last one at night . . . here’s one thing you're hound to notice about Philip Morris—they taste better... they’re milder, smoother to smoke. And here's why . . . 1. Philip Morris tobaccos are pasteurized for your protection . . . purified and mellowed by radiant heat to give you a smoke that’s always clean, fresh, pure. 2. Philip Morris tobaccos are Thermo-vized for bet ter taste. This process, similar to the modern pressure cooker, seals the natural flavor right into the blend. Yes, the flavor’s ALL yours—because it’s scaled into every Philip Morris you smoke! Aren’t these facts worth acting on—next lime you buy cigarettes? CALL FOR PHILIP MORRIS ALWAYS BETTER . . . BETTER ALL WAYS Pasteurized for Your Protection ... Thermo-vized for Better Taste ** © 194fl Philip Morris & Ca, Ltd.