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I Slides to Show
Preview of SU
A mobile unit of slides showing
floor plans and pictures of the pro
posed Student Union building will
be shown several living organiza
tions durnig meal hours from now
until May 8. Benny DiBennedetto
will show the slides.
The schedule is as follows:
April 25, night: Alpha Tau Ome
April 28, noon: Beta Theta Pi
night: Vets’ dorms
April 29, noon: Kappa Sigma
Night: Alpha Chi Omega
April 30, noon: Phi Delta Theta
Night: Chi Omega
May 1, noon: Phi Gamma Delta
Night: Delta Delta Delta
May 2, noon: Sigma Alpha Epsi
Night: Delta Gamma
May 5, noon: Sigma Chi
Night: Hendricks hall
May 6, noon: Gamma Phi Beta
Night: Kappa Kappa Gamma
May 7, noon: Kappa Alpha Theta
Night: Pi Beta Phi
May 8, night: John Straub
Lutheran students picnic at 3
p.m. Sunday. Students asked to
meet at the YWCA where cars will
Heads of Houses meeting in Ger
linger hall at 4 p.m. Monday. Presi
dents are asked to bring lists of
their new house officers.
Hike to one of the Eugene areas
meeting at Westminster house
Saturday at 4 p.m.
Westminster players will give a
play and musical program at Bai
ley Hill grange at 9:30 p.m. Satur
Westminster house tea at 6 p.m.
Westminster house forum at 6:30
p.m. Sunday. .
Graduate students organization
policy committee meeting at 12
noon Tuesday upstairs in the Side.
Open to all graduate students.
Oregon Students Attend
Oregon State college colleagues
of the University department of
mathematics held an inter-school
dinner and mathematics seminar
at Corvallis April 22. Fourteen
staff members and graduate stu
dents attended from Oregon.
Heard was Albert R. Poole, pro
fessor of mathematics at O.S.C.,
who taught physics and mathe
matics here during the war.
The Deady hall mathematicians
will be seminar hosts to the Ore
gon State staff May 25.
No Training Necessary
For Oratorical Contest
It is not necessary to have been
in previous speech classes or dra
matic work to enter the Failing
Beekman oratorical contest for
seniors, according to Professor W.;
A. Dahlberg, head of the speech de
"We have had a good response,
and more are welcome to enter the j
contest," he said, and suggested i
that the speakers might better
speak on some subject in their own
field or major.
Closing date for entries is May 1.
The contest will be held during com
mencement weekend. Prizes to be
given are $150, first; $100, second;
and $50, third.
ROTC Rifle Tilt
Slated for May
An announcement was made yes
terday that an intramural rifle
match is being held by hte Univer
sity ROTC department which will
be open to all men’s living organi
zations on the campus.
Men can sign up anytime at the
ROTC building by houses and the
contest will close May 15.
The only requirements are that
the men participating must be
members of some ROTC class at
the present time. The purpose of
the match is to stimulate interest in
rifle shooting, the department said.
There will be four stages for firing:
prone, sitting, kneeling, and stand
Organizations signed u pso far
are Sigma Phi Epsilon, Theta Chi,
and Chi Psi. There is no set time
for the firing, and the houses may
come over to the ROTC building
during their free time and make ar
rangements, the military branch
explained, and they are anxious to
get the matches started in full.
Graduate Roy G. Francis
Roy G. Francis, graduate assist
ant in sociology, was notified this
week of his appointment as a grad
uate assistant in sociology at the
University of Wisconsin during the
next school year.
A graduate of Linfield college, he
will receive his master’s degree in
sociology from the University of
Oregon this June. He will work for
his doctorate at Wisconsin.
"Down Missouri Way’’
“Under Arizona Skies”
FOR SUNDAY BREAKFAST
13th on the campus
National Officer Here to
Confer With Teke Club
Ken Zell, member of the national
executive council of Tau Kappa Ep
silon, was on the campus Thursday
to confer with the newly elected
officers of the Oregon Teke club
concerning the club’s contemplated
affiliation with the fraternity this
The officers of the new organiza
tion are; Edward A. Georgeff, jun
ior in pre-law, president; Jack A.
M<?rritt, also a junior in pre-law,
first vice-president; and Stanley A.
Pierson, freshman in journalism,
Other officers are: Harry R. So
renson, secretary; William J. How
le'tt, historian; Bill J. Ryan, treas
urer; Eldon S. Foster, sergeant-at
arms; and Walter F. Freauff,
May 1 Deadline Set for
May 1 will be the deadline for
students now living in University
dormitories to reserve rooms for
either summer or fall term, Mr.
Genevieve Turnipseed, director o£
dormitories, announced yesterday.
After that date the rooms will be
assigned to students who have
made applications for accommoda
She emphasized the fact that
there are already 300 women and
220 men who have been accepted
for enrollment by the University
fall term and who have applied for j
rooms. All available space that is (
not reserved by May 1 will be allot
ted to these applicants.
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The University of Oregon's var
sity golf team plays host to the
Portland Pilots at the Eugene
Country club today in a dual meet,
starting at 8:30. The Webfoots rat
ed the strongest divot squad in
northwestern collegiate circles, are
expected to win, but the Pilots are
considered capable of giving the
campus team a stiff test.
Lou Stafford and Glenn Spivey
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