Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 23, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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    Onthank Back
From California
Karl Onthank, dean of personnel
administration, returned Wednesr
day to the campus following a trip
to California during which he at
tended the annual meeting of the
Western Personnel Institute at
Pasadena. He is chairman of the
academic council, which is com
posed of representatives from the
various cooperating institutions.
The institute is a cooperative of
western colleges and universities,
and also includes some business and
industrial concerns, which aid with
finances and provide help in the
placement of graduates in business
fields.
Alumni Helps
Onthank also visited a largf
number of business and industrial
concerns while in California, with
a view to placement of graduates.
He was able to contact numerous
alumni from the University of
Oregon who are placed in these
concerns. According to the dean,
these alumni give some of the best
help, as they are aware of vacan
cies and in a position to advise as
pirants to jobs.
The dean explained that last
year there was little difficulty in
placing those graduates who de
sired this help, but that the trenct
is toward more difficulty as time
goes on. Thus he is looking toward
the future in establishing contacts'
now.
Committee in Los Angeles
Onthank said that there is at
this time an alumni committee in
Los Angeles for the purpose of giv
ing advice and help to graduates
seeking placement, and that such
a committee is being formed in
San Francisco.
Smith to Elaborate
On Price Controls
Allan Hugh Smith, assistant pro- !
fessor of law, will speak on “WPB:
Would it Work in Peacetime” at
a social meeting of the faculty
club on Saturday evening. All mem
bers of the faculty club are in
vited.‘Refreshments will be served.
The club will have social meet
ings at the clubhouse on the first
and' third Saturday evenings of
each month during the current aca
demic year.
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Program
Selected
Program for tonight's concert
by George Hopkins, pianist, was
announced yesterday.
The first section includies Suite,
“Pour Le Piano” by Debussy and
Sonata by Copland. Four num
bers by Ravel make up the second
part. They are Habanera, Jeux
D Eau, Pavane, and Bolero. The
last song will be played as a tran
scription.
Lagunita by Elmerco, In. the
Night by Bloch, Declaracion by
Soro, Sobre La Loma by Milhaud,
and three compositions by Villa
Lobos, Saudades Das Brasileiras,
No. 1 and 2, and La Polichinelle
are the third part of the program.
A transcribed concert para
phrase on Gershwin will conclude
the evening's program.
The University of North Carolina
has enlisted the aid of local police
to curb the black market in foot
ball tickets.
Oregana Slates
PBP, Sigma Kappa
Ross Yates, 1948 Oregana editor,
has announced that Kennell-EUis
studio will take pictures of living
organizations according to this
schedule
October 23: Pi Beta Phi, Sigma
Kappa.
October 24 and 25: Susan Camp
bell hall.
October 27: McChesney hall.
October 28: Nestor hall, Pi Kap
pa Phi.
October 29: Phi Sigma Kappa,
Stitzer hall.
I
Huskies Recovering
Morale of the University of
Washington Huskies seemed on the
rise today as they drilled for Sat
urday's encounter with Stanford.
Coach Ralph Welch ran his
charges through extensive defens
ive drills, with a red-shir'ted sec
ond team running Stanford plays
against the first string. Welch also
conducted a lengthy punting ses
sion.
Student Mailing Service Hours
Mon. - Fri. 12:40 - 1:10 CO-OP
3:00 - 5:00
Saturday ll:00-Xoon Small Service Fees
U of O Orchestra
Meet Wednesday
Staff members or members of
their families who play orchestral
instruments, particularly string
instruments, are invited to join the
University symphony orechestra in
its regular Wednesday evening re
Lawyers Name Officers
Serving as officers of P..i Alpha
Delta, professional law fraternity,
are justice, Dudley C. Walton; vice
justice, William Ganong, Jr.; clerlr,
Ralph Johnson; treasurer, Nelson
Grubbe; and Marshall, Jim Nelson.
hearsals at 7:30 p. m. in the music
auditorium, said Dr. Edmund A.
Cykler, director of the orchestra.
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ssells
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We have a complete selection of Monogram
matches, napkins, and coasters in many brilliant
colors. Come in and look over our stock and buy
those Christmas Gifts Today.
U of O 44Co-op”
Chapman Hall