Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 24, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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    New Russian
Professor Due
Alexander Koiransky, new as
sistant professor of Russian, will
arrive on the campus this evening.
His classes will begin Tueday,
September 30, in the rooms indi
cated with the exception of the
first year Russian class which will
be held in 114 P. E.
A native of Russia, Koiransky'
left that country during the first
During the war he taught Rus
sian as part of the navy language
program at Stanford unviersity.
More recently he taught at Baylor!
university in Texas.
Koiransky will teach Russian,
Russian literature in English, and
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Cincinnati 14 • Ohio
108 W. 6th St., Los Angeles 14, Calif.
U O Alumni Invited
To Terrace Rally
Prior to the Ocegon-UCLA game
in Los Angeles next month, Ore
gon alumni are invited to a party
and Rally Friday October 10 in
the new Terrace Room and Garden
at the Town House, 2961 Wilshire
Elvd. University representatives!
attending will include Leo Harris,
athletic director, and Jim Aiken,
head football coach.
Over 300 people attended the
party in Los Angeles last year and
all wives, husbands, relatives, and
friends of Oregon alumni are wel
come to atend this year’s party.
Moore Son Bom
Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Moore are
the parents of a seven and one-half
pound son, who was born at the
Sacred Heart hospital Monday.
for any occasion
University Ext 325
The child has been named Allen
Kirby. The father is an assistant
professor in the English depart
Fifteen In Hospital
During First Week
Fifteen students have given in to
Strain of registrating and begin
ning classes since September 15.
Those still hospitalized in the in
firmary are Charles Strater, Rich
ard Tone, Robert Sanders, Ardetta
Daniels, Mana Amburn, Audrey
Braden, Charles McMillan and Ed
ward Keiser.
The six other patients were re
leased on September 20 or later.
They are Barbara Meyer, Larry
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Thompson, Allen Sterton, Abraham j
Perlstein, Margaret Adkins, and
William McGregory.
Chairman to Meet
A social chairman meeting will
be held today at 4 p.m. in the alum
ni hall of Gerlinger. Social chair
men from all living organizations
should attend since it will be an
important meeting.
September is one month when a
lot of pins are planted . . . others
are October, November, December,
January, February, March, April,
May, June, July, and August.
1 pair registered Somoyede dogs
8 months old
$65.00 each
$120.00 for both
very gentle - ideal for children
Oregon Trail Pet Corral
35 vc. 11th Phone 3284
Football games
The Perfect Team
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