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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 28, 1948)
ISA to Choose
The Independent Students' as
ociation will elect officers for the
coming year in an election June 3.
Balloting will be at the Co-op be
tween 8:30 a. m. and 5 p. m. All
non-affiliated students at the Un
iversity are eligible to vote.
The following students have
been nominated for the positions:
Bob Davis and John Malik, presi
dent; Bob Henderson and Helen
Sherman, vice-president; Helen
Nickum, woman senior represent
ative; Ralph Brite and Herb Kariel,
man senior representative; Dotty
Sorg, woman junior representative.
Bob Kimball and Fred Taylor,
man junior representative; Mary
Ann Sexton, woman sophomore
representative; Dave Cromwell,
Bon Davis, James Duran, and La-!
Verne Thompson, man sophomore'
Any party continues polite up to
the point where some uncouth per
son blurts out the truth.
For dependable, enjoyable .
day-to-day radio entertain- j
ment . . .
Let ns check your radio reg
ularly for needed repairs.
871 E 11th
Wesley to Take
“We Are the World of Tomor
row” is the theme of the Wesley
spring retreat to be held at Silver
Creek Falls this weekend. This re
treat will be held May 29, 30, and
31, with cars leaving Wesley house
at 12 noon on Saturday.
Speakers for the three day meet
will be Rev. Brooks Moore and Rev.
David Seaman. Complete facilities
for recreation will be provided on
the grounds, with swimming, soft
ball and hikes around the lake tak
ing the spotlight.
Anyone desiring to attend who
has not signed up at Wesley as yet,
should see Glenn Johnson, student
chairman, or someone at the house
as soon as possible. Total cost for
the weekeend is $5.00.
World Peace Set
“World Peace” will be discussed
at the weekly “Conversation Houf”
at Friendly house tonight.
Mrs. Edna Landros, University
professor who has just recently
returned from a meeting of UNES
CO in San Francisco, will act as
discussion leader. The meeting will
begin at 8 p. m. and end promplty
All students are invited to at
tend this and all other meetings at
Friendly house. Foreign students
are especially invited to attend on
Deans to Speak
Mrs. Golda P. WiCKham, dean of
women, spoken last night at com
mencement exercises of the gradu
ating class of Warrenton senior
high school. Her topic was “Des
Vergil S. Fogdall, dean of men,
delivered the commencement ad
dress last night at Pleasant Hill
high school and will speak tonight
before seniors of Sutherlin.
Having run out of ordinary adjectives . . .
WE ASKED A POET!
to describe the new
And he said:
1, ‘"Cool as the frost on a frosty glass."
2. “Light as a humming bird's footsteps.”
3. “Washable as a baby beaver,”
4. “Handsome as a new golf ball.”
• . . Then lie rushed out anil bought one!
Sttmara is made of silky spun rayon, liglit ye( rugged, rotnes
in short and long sleeves and is unconditionally washable.
See your Arrow dealer for an Arrow Sumara today!
ARROW SHIRTS and TIES
UNDERWEAR • HANDKERCHIEFS • SPORTS SHIRTS
Senior to Get
The Arthur P. Pratt Scholar
ship of approximately $400 will he
awarded this year to a graduat
ing senior on the basis of schol
astic record, character, good cit
izen ship, and promise as a grad
uate student. In making the an
nouncement, Eldon L. Johnson,
dean of the college of liberal arts
and the graduate school, stated
the award is to be used as an aid
to graduate study at the Univer
Seniors who wish to be consid
ered and faculty members who
wish to make nominations should
inform the graduate school office
immediately. A faculty committee
of five members named by Pres
ident Harry K. Newburn will re
commend the award.
ISA Senators to Meet
ISA senators will have a half
hour meeting’ Tuesday afternoon
at 4 o’clock, according to Elizabeth
Sanford, secretary. They will be
notified' of the meeting place by
Them That Never Say Die:
All classified is payable !« advance at the .
rate of four cents a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Classified deadline is 4:00 p.m. the day
wior to publication.
HOUSE FOR SALE: Attention
medical students, 2 bedroom
house; full basement with finish
ed room; attached garage; 3
blocks from school. 3211 S.W.
12th, ATwater 4855.
Faculty Men Return
From Speaking Trip
Four members of the University
faculty and administration return
ed Thursday form John Day, Prin
eville, and Bend where they spoke
before civic groups. They are Jim
Aiken, football coach, Leo Harris,
athletic director, Les Anderson, al
umni director, and Howard Lem
ons, athletic manager.
Chamber of commerce, Kiwanis,
and Rotary members in the three
cities listened to speeches by the
' DONNA FIELDS
MARTHA VAN AUKEN
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let with “MC.” Phone 2662.
FOR SALE: ’47 Studebaker club <
coupe, regal deluxe. Wine color.
Overdrive, hill holder. $2345. .
1374 Cttiyx, Ext. 355.
FOR SALE: An Admiral plug-in
type automatic record player.
$15. Contact Everett or Gordon
Varo. 874 E. 13th or phone 3386.
YOUNG VET; anxious June bride
to-be, will welcome you with a
million dollars worth of thanks
and a crisp $10 bill for informa
tion leading to the rental of a
small attractive apartment.
Please phone 3036-J. (143).
One day service. Call Nolph’s
Salon. Phone 5847-W. Laraway;
SUMMER RENTERS WANTED:
(Both sessions) TEKE house,
1836 Alder, phone 6584. (145)
ADAH MAE TEAL
516,500—It takes this number of men and women
to operate the twenty-two Bell Telephone Compa
nies. Each operating company is responsible for fur
nishing telephone service within its own territory.
26,000—The number of people who are employed
in the Long Lines Department of the American
Telephone and Telegraph Company. It is their func
tion to provide Long Distance and Overseas service.'.
131,400—This numbers the employees of the West
ern Electric Company who manufacture, purchase
and distribute equipment and supplies for the entire
6,000—That’s the number of people in Bell Tele
phone Laboratories. Through research and develop
ment they constantly improve this country’s tele
phone service—already the finest in the world.
2,100—That's the number of people in the Ameri
can Telephone and Telegraph Company. Through
advice and assistance, they coordinate the activities
of the entire Bell System.
In all, there are some 682,000 men and
women in the Bell System. As this coun
try’s communications service is expanded
and improved, opportunities will grow still
greater. There’s a future in1 telephony.
BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM