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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1947)
In Graduate Work
Eight scholarships in medical so
cial work of $1000 each are open to
Lutheran students who are gradu
ates of art accredited college, or
will graduate from such a college
by June 30, 1947. In addition the
candidate must have completed the
college courses required for admis
sion by the school of social work
which he plans to enter.
The holder of any one of these
scholarships who makes a good rec
ord during 1947-48 may have the
scholarship renewed for a second
The scholarships are being of
fered by the Wheat Ridge founda
tion of Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Ap
plications for the scholarships must
»e completed by March 15, 1947.
^.Students may obtain additional
information concerning the scholar
ships from Karl W. Onthank, dean
of personnel administration, room
5, Friendly hall.
FUNDAMENTAL and advanced
class in ballroom dancing. Russ
Kenagg, 2873-W Sunday or call
leaving name, phone No. during
1-13-47, 1-20-47 only.
Plans Saturday Hike
Westminster house has a hike
planned for this afternoon at 3:30.
They will walk out to the Cully
home in College Crest where they
will have a Pancake supper. Lloyd
Lewis will address Westminster’s
Sunday meeting at 9:30 a. m., and
a social tea will be held at West
minster house at 6 p. m. to be fol
lowed at 6:30 by a forum.
Arizona Ores Received
A collection of the different
minerals and ores of Arizona was
sent to the geology department
recently by Dr. Charles Reed, an
alumnus of the University.
Dr. Reed, who is now an instruc
tor in zoology at the University
of Arizona, took several geology
courses while at Oregon, Dr. W. D.
Smith, head of geography and
geology department, said Wednes
Dick Byfield, editor
As Painters Work
Students in some of the draft
ing rooms over at the art school
were having trouble with painters
this week, but not art school
The drafting rooms were slated
for a repaint job during Christmas
vacation, but the men with the
paint brushes were still brushing
this wreek. Consequently, while
painters slapped paint on one sec
tion, students huddled in alternate
Also in on the art school's face
lifting program were the library,
which received new lighting fix
tures, and Dean Little’s office
which was enlarged. Eight new
staff offices were also set up.
Warren Miller, night editor
Out, of moderation a pure happi
Wesley Debate Topics
"Love, Courtship, Marriage"
will be the topic of a new series
of Sunday forums from 5:30 to 7:30
p, m. at the Wesley house. A de
bate between the sexes on the va
rious social problems will be up
held by Kathy Dobson, Ruth Wahl
gren and Marylu Weston for the
girls and George Gordon, Jim Kays
and Larry Sharinghousen for the
men. Llewellyn O. Griffith will
act as moderator.
Artists Receive Grants
Three students nave been award
ed Pennell scholarships which is a
tuition grant to further interest
in art. Named as receivers of the
award by the office of Sydney W.
Little, dean of the school of archi
tecture and allied arts, are James
McCllntock, sophomore in drawing
and painting; Marjorie Johnson,
senior in interior designing; and
Beverly Hopkins, senior in draw
ing and painting.
But love can hope where reason,
would despair.—Lord Lyttleton.
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Church Group Plans
Sunday Night- Meeting
The Lutheran Student associa
tion will hold its first meeting of
this term on Sunday evening from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the YWCA bun
galow. The program will consist of
an informal Bible quiz, followed by
the election of officers.
Refreshments will be served. All
Lutheran students and their friends
Ph. —■ Springfield 336
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