Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 15, 1947, Page 6, Image 6

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    40 Seats Reserved
For UO Students
A block of 40 seats for the Port
land Symphony concerts this sea
son have been reserved for Univer
sity of Oregon students. The new
Portland Symphony has been or
ganized under Wenner Jensen, for
merly a conductor for the Holly
wood bowl.
Season tickets are being sold for
the Sunday afternoon concerts at
o student price of $7.20. Regular
•season tickets for the same seats
are sold for $14.40. Sold separately
the seats are $1.80 apiece. The
tickets which are for concerts on
November 9, 23; Dec. 14; Jan. 4,
18; Feb. 1, 15, 29; March 14; and
April 4. will be on sale until Octo
ber 25.
It has been suggested that stu
dents might group together to
share rides to the concerts on a
cooperative basis. Information
about tickets and rides may be ob
tained at the Grave’s Music and
Art store or from Phil Heppner,
2300, extension 364.
Co-op Credit Good
For Summer Boys
Students who made purchases at
the University Co-op after May 20,
1947 and during the summer ses
sions will receive full credit for pur
chases if tickets are turned in be
fore October 20, M. F. McClain,
Co-op manager, announced Tues
Since tickets were not then ready
for issuance this provision has been
made so that summer session stu
dents may get credit for purchases.
Tickets are to be placed in the reg
ular collection box.
MD Students File
Applications Soon
Applications for admission to
University of Oregon . medical
■school during the school year of
’48-'19 should be filed between No
vember 1 and December 1, accord
ing to Dr. A. H. Kunz, department
head of chemistry. Blanks may be
obtained in room 1 McClure.
For the benefit of all pre-medi
cal students, a question and an
l'or Fvery Occasion
; i
i Billfolds I
Cigarette Cases
! Tobacco Pouches
I Pipes
. Lighters
Fitted Cases
| Luggage
| Blankets
For the (lame
You can use our conven
* ient lay away and still buy
i at our lower cash prices at '
| the store where—
“Its a Pleasure
to Serve You"
f nW M mm!w lj m Jr r
61 F. Broadway
swer period will be conducted the
weekend of November 7 by Dr. E.
S. West, chairman of admissions
committee of the medical school.
Dr. West may be accompanied by
other members of his committee.
Mu Phi Epsilon
Schedules Meeting
Mu Phi Epsilon patronesses will
hold their first meeting of the year
at the home of Mrs. John Gragg,
1065 E. Twenty-second st. at 2 p.m.
Theme for year is “The Pano
rama of United States Music.” Dr.
Arnold Elston, asistant professor
of music will speak on “The Intro
duction to United States Music.”
Members of the active chapter of
Mu Phi Epsilon will be guests at
the social hour following.
B.A. Honorary
Makes Tea Plans
First term freshman women ma
joring in business administration
are invited to attend the Phi Chi
Theta tea from 3 to 5 p.m. Thurs
day, Chapter President Liz Wright
said yesterday.
Campus clothes will be in order
for the tea, which will be at the
Alpha Delta Pi house, according to
Miss Wright.
Emerald Classified
All classified is payable in advance at the
rate of four cents a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Business Office.
LOST: Oct. 3., blue rimmed glasses.
Call Mary Knox, 3200 (23)
FOR SALE: 5 double bunks; 5
single-deck steel beds. Call Don
na Rankin, 3209. (24)
LOST: Large grey single-breasted
man’s raincoat. Trailer 8, 1543
E. 15th St. (22)
FOR SALE: Attention pre medi
cal students. Modern medico
scientific books. Reasonable, con
tact campus YMCA. (23)
FOR SALE: 40 Buick convertable,
no junk, new top, r. and h. Good
mech. shape. See James Ben
nett, Library, Fenton hall. (22)
LOST: Man’s gray Botony gabar
dine topcoat during nickel hop,
call 2466, reward. (22)
LOST: Red and black woman’s
wallet, credentials valuable, re
Ward. Phone 196 MX after 6p.m.
LOST: Saturday, grey and white
kitten. Reward. Holbrook, 1235
University. (23)
WANTED: Ride to Portland each
Friday afternoon after 5:00 p.m.
But who would know it! When we clean
a garment—it looks brand new. It gives
you longer wear and better appearance.
643 E. 13th Phone 317
• Eastman
• Perfex
• Mercury
69S Willamette Phone 535
Will share expenses. Bob Warner,
774 Mill Race Dr. (23)
LOST: Camelhair overcoat, Friday.
DG house, 5762W. Reward. (23)
FOR SALE: Portable type elec
trical phonograph. imone aioorv
or see as 1182 Almaden. (24)
WILL the person who got the
wrong blue overcoat at the
Nickel Hop please contact Lynn
Fritchman at Cherney hall. (23)
It's not to late to have your
clothes pressed for the week- i
end in Portland. Z
At The
Best Cleaners
821 E 13th Phone 740
“I go all out for Dentyne Chewing Gum!”
“Excuse it, please—but I’ll come flying anytime
anybody offers me Dentyne Chewing Gum!
That clean-tasting, long-lasting flavor is out of
this world, and Dentyne sure helps keep teeth
^ Dentyne Gum—Made Only by Adams
Winthrop Shoes
Action-Free is a Winthrop ■-■—
exclusive that means smooth, flexible
cushion-comfort from the very first step.
Winthrop styling assures smart good
looks to the last.
1060 Willamette Phone 968