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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1947)
Several new openings for posi
tions were announced yesterday by
Karl Onthank, dean of personnel
administration. Two Chamber of
Commerce positions, one at Albany,
and one at Vale, were announced
with salaries up to $6000.
YMCA openings, with salaries to
$3000, and several jobs with Camp
fire Girls involving personnel work,
secretarial work, and advertising
art work were mentioned, and sec
retarial positions in Eugene, Port
land, San Francisco, Los Angeles,
and elsewhere are also in line.
Sales representatives with salaries
to $300 a month are being called
for by Blue Cross hospital, Stand
ard Brands, and others.
A Union Oil company represen
tative will be on the campus next
Wednesday to interview applicants
for jobs as drivers for test runs.
Applications and appointments for
interviews may be made at the of
fice of personnel administration.
Picnic to Feature
The annual University theater
picnic will be held Sunday at Swim
mer's Delight. All members of that
organization are invited to attend.
All whb plan to attend are
requested to meet at the drama stu
d.o at 2 p.m. Transportation will be
Awards will be made at the picnic
for the year’s best actress, actor,
supporting player, and the one who
contributed the most to the field of
A charge for the picnic will be
made. Students should sign up on
the bulletin board in the studio.
To Meet Deadline
About 500 students have taken
out materials for advanced sum
mer-session registration. Not more
than .half have completed their reg
istration, which must be finished
t .day or delayed until June 17.
C. L. Constance, assistant regis
trar, points out that this will mean
getting to the cashier’s office in
Johnson hall before it closes down
""at .3 p.m. today or waiting until
the later date.
Concert Will Feature
Two Soloists Monday
The University orchestra will
appear at 8 p. m. Monday in a re
cital at the music school auditor
ium on the campus. Soloists will
b>‘ Julia Warner, clarinet, and Al
bert Marshall, flute.
First on the program will be
Handel’s “Concerto Grosso, Opus
(3. Number 12." This selection will
feature as string soloists William
S lisler, Janet Shafer, and Helen
Also on the program are Saint
S urns’ “Taranteile for Flute, Clar
inet, and Orchestra,” Hindemith’s
“Man'll from the Metamorphosis
o: Themes by Weber,” Benjamin
Britten's “Soirees Musical,” and
Britten's “Suite of F i v e Move
ments from Rostsini."
Directed by Rex Underwood, the
orchestra will appear under the
auspices of the school of music and
the educational activities board.
Grads Urged to Register
With Placement Bureau
All graduates are urged to turn
in their credentials to the grad
uate placement office as soon as
possible so they can be put in line
for positions, if needed, or for bet
ter positions later on after leaving
ROTC Talks Set
For Upper Classes
All veterans and sophomores who
! have submitted application for en
tering the advanced course in the
ROTC program for fall term of
.1947, are requested by the local de
partment to appear for preliminary
interviews, it was announced this
I week at the ROTC headquarters.
| Interviews can be had at any
time between 1 and 5 p.m. on Mon
: day, Tuesday, and Wednesday, June
i 2, 3, and 4, at ROTC headquarters.
Due to the quota that will be as
! signed the University by 'the war
department, it is highly desirable
1 to complete this interview before
the close of the school year, Col. J.
E. McCammon said.
National recognition came to.
Annamae Winship, 1918 graduate
of the University, when she was
recently elected national treasurer
of Gamma Alpha Chi, national ad
vertising honorary for women.
During the past year, she has been
actively organizing an alumnae
group in Portland.
Miss Winship served as busi
ness manager of the Emerald in
1918. She is now employed in the
Portland office of McCann-Erick
son advertising agency.
From Near East
C. Ken Weidner, superintendent
of the University physical plant,
I returned last week from a trip
made through the Near East, dur
j ing which he visited Egypt, Pales
tine, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia,
Iran, Iraq, and Trans Jordan.
Weidner, as a representative of
the Near East College association,
was a member of a three-man party
invited by the directors of NECA to
make an educational survey of the
Near Blast. His particular part of
the survey included inspection' of
physical plants and technical and
Red Cross Issues Call
For Committee Heads
Geneva Davis, newly elected
chairman of the Red Cross chapter
on the campus, issued a call for pe
titions for committee chairmen on
next year's board. The only qualifi
cations for the positions are that
the students must be interested in
the committee work.
Candidates should contact Miss
Davis by June 2. Positions open in
clude: secretary, historian, phone,
ski accident prevention, social ser
vice, home nursing and nutrition,
finance, disaster preparedness, and
service to camps and hospitals.
Grad Placement Office
To Offer Summer Help
The office of personnel adminis
tration will remain open during
the summer to help all students
who leave their credentials. All
applicants must have letters of
recommendations, pictures, and
registration information for place
Students may contact the office
during vacation either by mail or
personally, and all applicants are
urged to keep the office informed
of any change of address.
Soliciting and Layout Execs.
Graduation Weekend Calendar
Friday, June 13
Benefit tea for the Pauline Potter Homer collection.
Browsing room. University library.
Saturday, June 14
Annual meeting and breakfast, State Association of Uni
versity of Oregon "Women, Osburn hotel.
Semi-annual meeting, Oregon Alumni association, Guild
theater. Johnson hall.
University luncheon, John Straub Memorial hall.
President's reception, Alumni hall, Gerlinger.
Class reunion dinners, Eugene hotel.
Eailing-Beekman orations, Music auditorium.
Sunday, June 15
Baccalaureate services, McArthur court.
' Open house.. Inspection of museums, campus, and build
Flower and fern procession, site of the Pioneer Mother.
Commencement exercises and conferring of degrees, Mc
Arthur court. _
Manager Tells Students
To Get S.S. Numbers
Social security account numbers
should be applied for now by stu
dents who expect to enter indus
trial or commercial employment
after school graduation, or during
the summer vacation, Carl D.
Monroe, manager of the Eugene
office of the social security ad
ministration announced yesterday.
“Of course students who already
have social security cards,” Mon
roe said, “should' not apply again,
because the same account numoei i
is used during an individual's en
tire life. But persons not having
account cards should get them be
fore they go to work, so that their
wages may be properly reported,
identified, and credited to their so
cial security accounts.”
Senior Tickets Ready
Seniors may secure all com
mencement information and tick
ets from the alumni office in roo-"
8, Friendly hall, at any time after
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it's a straw
next to western union
• Tuesday, June 3—7:30 p. m.
© Gerlinger Mezzanine
The Benke-Chaney machine
wants campus talent to per
form at the annual Jantzen
Beach Oregon Federation Pic
nic. If you can sing, dance, or
play, call Don Londer, a
Sammy, and tell him you
will be there. The committee
heads will be the judges.
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