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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 5, 1947)
Registration to End
Saturday At Moon
Saturday noon marks the closure
date for obtaining adviser’s signa
tures and registering for classes
this term, Registrar Curtis Avery
Those who do not complete this
phase of the registration process
by that time, as well as students
who have not secured the necessary
material as yet, will have to delay
registration until January 5. Av
ery stressed non-interference of
faculty in classes.
One exception has been granted
the students by the registrar. Mem
bers of his department will check
registration material next week
and the business department will
accept fees if students complete
the preliminary procedure by to
Under no circumstances must
students contact faculty members
for registration help next week,
Buy your Christmas Seals Mon
day at the Co-op.
For information leading to
rental of small house. Phone,
6522-J-3, or write:
C. A. Bowder
146A Rt. t Eugene
All classified is payable in advance at the
rate of four cents a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerala
Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day
>rior to publication.
WANTED: One pair good quality
used ski boots. Size 9U or 10.
Call 1770. (54)
WANTED:Ride for 2 people to L.
A. on Friday, Dec. 19. Share ex
penses. Contact Byron Barnes
A-13, Stitzer hall. (54) (55) (56)
FOUND: Nov. 25, female chow
dog; for information call Betty
Stone 3300, Ext. 386. (56)
LOST: Shaeffer pen on 13th be
tween Oregon hall and Alder
street before Thanksgiving. Call.
E. Jean Johnson, 569. (55)
FOR SALE: “Family Pet”. This
“Dodge” is old, but in excellent
condition all around. 20 mi. to
gal. Makes bed. $210. Ph. 4488M.
LOST: Shaeffer fountain pen, be
tween Journalism and Side.
Name on pen, Calvin R. Evans.
Leave at Emerald business of
fice. (54) (55) (56)
FRIDAY - DEC. 5
A NEW AND LARGER STORE
SHOP WEISFIELD'S FOR
YOUR CHRISTMAS GIFTS.
Many surprise lues |j|
during our opening on
Friday and Saturday
TWO quiet women students need
room near Art School winter
term. Pref. H.K. Call 2884. (56)
LOST: One “Essentials of Phys
ics” text by Saunders, Jack
Lauderback. Phone 2281. (56)
WANTED: Ride for 3 persons to
Boise, Pocatello, Idaho. Leaving
Friday, Dec. 20. Phone Bob Hone,
WANTED: PE major to coach
Creswell town basketball team
2 nights a week. Write E. Syph
ers, ureswell, Box 106 for partic
FOUND: White gold Bulova
watch. Call 1705 at 5 o’clock.
FOR SALE: Man’s brown, wool,
covert top coat; like new; 37
regular; $27.50; phone 571-J.(55)
ANYONE wanting ride to East
ern Oregon or Idaho phone John
Weisel 1128. Leaving morning of
Dec. 20. (56)
SKIIS: 7 ft. Northland G.I.’s;
edges, bindings, poles. All newr.
$25. Phone 474-M. (56)
WANTED: Ride to lowa or part
way. X-mas vacation. Share ex
penses. Contact Bette Giere, ext.
FOR SALE: Underwood standard
typewriter, excellent condition.
Leo Nuttman, Sigma hall. (56)
A beautiful French Angora sweater
set. Hand fashioned. By Carolyn.
• 50% French Angora
• 50% Virgin Wool
• Moth Treated
Short-sleeved Slip Over .$10.95
hi pink. blue, yellow, and white
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