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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 29, 1947)
$6.50 Fee Due
In addition to the usual stresses
and strains of final weeks, grad
uating seniors and other candid
dates for degrees will have a num
ber of important instructions to
Registrar C. E. Avery warns
that the most essential of these
is the prompt payment of the $6.50
fee due at the business office im
All candidates for bachelor’s de
grees will rehearse their ceremon
ies at 4 p. m., Friday, June 13. A
rehearsal for candidates receiving
advanced degrees is set for 3 p.m.
of commencement afternoon.
Both groups will be required to
assemble at McArthur court a half
hour in advance of the times
scheduled, for the two Sunday
ceremonies. They will meet at
10730 a. m. for baccalaureate and
at 7:30 p. m. for commencement
Posted signs will direct the par
ticipants to their seats. The seat
ing arrangement will provide for
grouping according to the school
or college which awards the de
Further information will be
available at the alumni offiec.
room 8, Friendly hall, after June 1.
The Co-op has been handling the
distribution of caps and gowns.
nerueiL ouu, assuuaie gcnciai
secretary of the International In
iervarsity Christian fellowship,
will speak under the auspices of
the IjO Fellowship in the men’s
lounge of Gerlinger hall from 8
to 9 a. m. Thursday. He will talk
on “The New Creation.”
Butt’s talk, which will be the
fourth in the series, was previous
ly scheduled for Thursday.
Graduate of the University of
Washington, where he took his
B.A. degree, Butt also attended
the Dallas, Texas theological sem
inary. Since completing his min
isterial training, he has devoted
full time to evangelism. He is rec
.ognized as. one of the foremost
Bible teachers in the Northwest.
At the present time, Butt is the
staff representative for colleges
and universities having fellowship
chapters in Washington, Oregon
and northern California.
Donna O'Brien Elected
House Librarian Head
Donna O’Brien, sophomore in lib
eral arts, was elected president of
the house librarians for the coming
year at their last regular meeting
held Tuesday afternoon.
Other officers are Ralf Erland
son, vice-president; Jane Jackson,
secretary; and Nancy Moran, treas
Committee heads for next year
were announced by Miss O’Brien.
They are social. Sue McAdams and
Sam McKinney; sales, Barbara
Marsh; plans and activities, Eva
Paronen: posters, Sally Moore; re
porter, Joy Miller; and constitution,
Class of '47 Discloses
Jim Thayer, elected permanent
secretary of- the class of ’47, an
nounced the appointment of other
permanent class officers Wednes
Charles David Fortmiller was
appointed president of the grad
uating class. Jocelyn Fancher was
named to the vice-presidency, and
Patricia J. Darby was appointed
A.D.S. Honors W.F.G. Thacher;
Radio Acclimations Rebroadcast
W.F.G. Thacher, retiring professor of English and advertis
ing, was honored by Alpha Delta Sigma with a banquet at the
Osburn hotel Monday night. Professor Thacher is national
president of ADS, advertising honorary.
Three associate and nine new members were initiated at the
banquet. Associate members included Arden X. Pangborn,
Portland Oregonian; Sam Jackson, Sunday editor, Oregon
Journal; and Jack Matlack, ad- -*
vertising director for J. J. Parker
James Prior, local ADS presi
dent, told the group of plans to
bring the honoraries’ national con
vention to Eugene in 1948, R. D.
Millican, professor of journalism
and local advisor, announced the
formation of the W.F.G. Thacher
scholarship of §100 to the out
standing junior student in ADS.
The scholarship is to start next
Virgil Parker MC
Virgil Parker acted as master
of ceremonies for the presentation
of awards. George Pegg, Emerald
business manager, was presented
the Robert Byington trophy for
the outstanding student in adver
tising and ADS.
Robert Chapman .Emerald busi
ness manager elect, was presented
the Winship-Pegg award for the
outstanding student on the Em
erald' business staff for the past
year. The trophy, awarded by
George Pegg, is to be placed in
the business office.
An added feature of the banquet
GIRL WANTED: for fountain and
table work. Part or full time.—
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LOST: Plain gold ring and sap
phire ring Saturday at tennis
court. Reward. Call 204.
was the rebroadcast of the Knox
j Manning Feature Page from CBS
that had praised Mr. Thacher at a
Portland testimonial dinner.
Grades to Follow
Students leaving the U. of O.
for the summer will be pursued by
spring term grade reports mailed
from the registrar's office, Regis
trar C. E. Avery announces. The
grade reports will be accompanied
by a card which the student will
be asked to return. The card will
indicate whether the individual
plans to enroll at the University
again in the fall, and its return
will enable the registrar's office to
prepare the registration material
Regular fall term registration
Y Cabinet Members „
To Have Picnic Suppe
On Tuesday May 3 the YY
cabinet will have a picnic su ,
from 5 to 7 p.m. at the home of
and Mrs. Stanley Summers,
Columbia, a member of the Y .
Yolanda Stoll is in charge of
rangements. All old and new c
i net members and all members
the advisory board are invited, i
will begin September 15 and
continue throughout f r e s h n
week. An expected 15 per cent
crease in enrollment is offici
foreseen, Avery told the Emer
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CLASS OF ’47
9th at Willamette