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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 21, 1948)
Sales to Game
The normally large sale of tickets
- to the Oregon-Stanford game, to
. be played in Palo Alto September
25, has been slowed down as a re
sult of the recent gasoline short
• age, according to Athletic Business
. Manager Howard Lemons.
Students wishing ticket refunds
on this account are reminded by
• Lemons that trains will still be
. running regularly.
Over 200 U. of O. supporters
have already purchased their bids
• to be on hand when the Webfoots
. and Wolverines class in Ann Arbor
cn October 2. Some of these are
alums in the East but most are lo
- Sales to the Orange-USC game,
to be played in Portland October
16 are booming, said Lemons, but
' there are still many seats available
■ in the end zone.
. Luncheon Club
■ To Meet Friday
The luncheon club of the YWCA
' will entertain prospective members
■ Friday noon at the Y bungalow,
Violet Meisenholder, chairman, an
nounced yesterday. A short explan
ation of the purposes and customs
- of the club will be given and all
girls are asked to bring their own
An informally organized group
of girls who meet and eat lunch at
the Y, the luncheon club has car
ried on past activities such as
weekly potlucks, singing carols at
. Christmas, securing additional
equipment for the bungalow, and
entertaining graduating seniors.
- All programs are planned and exe
cuted by a steering committee of
ten members of the group.
’ Activities Planned
„ By Wesley House
Jive night, a pot luck dinner for
married students, and a morning
" chapel service are scheduled at
Wesley foundation tomorrow.
The morning chapel, begun last
‘ spring term, will be held again
this year from 7:30 to 7:50 a.m.
A pot-luck dinner for married
students will be held each Wednes
r, day beginning tomorrow at 5:30
p.m. Any married student interest
ed is invited to join the Wes-Weds
«. this week.
Jive night, a weekly dance ses
sion, will begin tomorrow at 9 p.m.
The Wesley players, dramatics
organization, will meet today at
„ 6:30 p.m. to discuss production
plans for the year. The annual “fall
round up,” a western party will be
«. held Friday from 8 to 11 p.m. at
Dr. Kent Installed
As Head of Society
* Dr. Leslie Kent, Eugene, was in
stalled as president of the Oregon
state medical society Saturday at
. the closing ceremony of the group’s
74th annual session.
More than 260 doctors of medi
cine were registered for the four
day session, which featured lectures
by four outstanding clinicians from
the University of Michigan, and
, ten Oregon physicians.
Among the speakers was Dr. G.
Herbert Smith, president of Wil
lamette university, who discussed
dangers of federal aid to higher ed
ucation at the annual banquet held
Sets Night Classes
Thirteen courses are listed in the
schedule of evening classes which
began last night at the University,
it was reported yesterday at the
Townspeople who are interested
are urged to attend the Tuesday
classes. Registration may be com
pleted at the classes or at General
Extension division office. Classes
are held four nights a week.
Included in the schedule are
courses in philosophy, woodwork
ing, painting, physical education,
education, and others.
A catalog, regularly issued by
the extension division, has been de
layed, but a schedule may be ob
tained at their office.
Dr. Paul Means, head of the Re
ligion department, has announced
the addition of a new course en
titled “Religions of Classical An
All upper division students who
wish to be enrolled should see Dr.
Means in the Religion department
office, 1 Friendly.
The course is numbered R461 and
offers three hours of credit. Classes
will meet on Monday, Wednesday
and Friday at 1 p.m.
A complete history of the culture
and religions of the Egyptian,
Babylonian, Greek and Roman
races is the main subject matter of
U. Theater Tryouts
Tryouts for the first University
theater production, as yet untitled,
will be held Monday at 7:30 p.m.
in Guild theater, Johnson hall. All
interested students are urged to
attend the tryouts by Horace Rob
inson, who will direct the first play.
Any student may appear in a
University theater play, whether
or not his ma jor is speech.
Baseball Men Meet
There will be an important meet
ing of all men who plan to play
either varsity or freshman baseball
in room 101 PE building today at
Pix Dates Set
Start Sept. 28
House pictures for the 1949 Ore
gana will be started September 28
by Kennell-Ellis ■ studio, according
to members of the yearbook staff.
They said men’s living organiza
tions will be photographed until the
Sophomore Whiskerino interferes.
Women's pictures will follow.
For this year’s Oregana, men in
each :house will wear suits. No
particular costume has been set
for women except that those in each
house wear uniform clothes for
their pictures. White V-necked
blouses were suggested by the pho
Three days at the end of the pic
ture schedule will be allowed off
campus students, who will be pho
Night for Freshmen
Orientation and entertainment
fdr freshmen men will be the order
of the evening at Freshman Men’s
night, slated for Wednesday at 7:30
p.m. in the YMCA hut. In inviting
all freshmen men, Executive Sec
retary Jack Merner said a full even
ing had' been planned.
Highlighting the evening will be
a talk by Footba.ll Coach Jim Aiken
which will cover the varsity ath
letic situation at Oregon.
Campus leaders will give infor
mation on ASUO activities, on
religious activities, and on frater
nities. Movies of last year’s Oregon
football team will be shown.
A freshman club, which will be
set up within the YMCA this year,
will be explained by Wes Nichol
son, YM freshman adviser.
U of C Infirmary
Gives Free X-Rays
All girls having chest x-ray ap
pointments for September 23 should
report to the University health ser
vice on September 22, it was an
Boys are to report to the base
ment for x-rays today and Thurs
day. Faculty members and em
ployees will be examined Wednes
day and Friday.
The health service particularly
urges food handlers in campus liv
ing organizations to take advan
tage of this free checkup.
Intervarsity To Meet
Singing and accounts of activities
at summer Bible training camps is
on the agenda for the first regular
meeting of the Intervarsity Chris
tian fellowship tonight
The meeting, scheduled at 7 p.m.
at John Straub hall dining room, is
informal and open to all Univer
Inter-varsity Christian fellowship
is an interdenominational organi
zation designed to meet the needs
of University students.
Students who have not obtained
their athletic tickets may pick
them up at the athletic office after
noons from 1 to 5, and Saturday
mornings from 8 to 12, announced
Howard Lemons, athletic business
manager. A total of 4706 tickets
have been issued.
Each ticket must be signed by
the owner before it can be used at
Winter term books will be given
out with registration material,
omitting two separate procedures.
In Women's Co-ops
Women students desiring imme
diate residence in Highland, Rebec,
and University cooperative houses
should make membership applica
tions as soon as possible.
Membership Chairman Joan
Kronsteiner has asked that inter
ested women students contact her
at 1335 Onyx street, or phone 3818.
Miss Kronsteiner explained that
expenses in the cooperative houses
are kept down by house jobs. Ap
plications are accepted solely on
the basis of need, scholarship, and
character, with no other restric
Expert to Talk
I>r. Joseph Kaplan of the Insti
tute of jeophysics, University of
California at Los Angeles, will
speak on "The Upper Atmosphere
of the Earth,” in room 207 Chap
man hall, September 24 at 8 p.m.
In his lecture, Dr. Kaplan will
discuss the problems that need to
be solved which relate to the in
strumental techniques, such as the
use of the V2 rocket in sending re
cording instruments to high alti
Friday afternoon at 4 o’clock in
183 Deady hall, Dr. Kaplan will
conduct a seminar on the subject
"Laboratory Studies Related to the
Physics of the Upper Atmosphere.”
Both lectures will be open to the
Phi Thetas To Meet
All members of Phi Theta Upsi
lon, junior women’s honorary, are
to attend a meeting at 6:30 o’clock
tonight at the Chi Omega house.
FOR SALE: Varnished student
desk, book shelves, drawer; price
10.50. E x c e 11 e n t condition.
Mamie Chan, Hendricks Hall.
FOR SALE: Speed Graphic plus all
accessories and tripod. CHEAP.
L. V. Nuttman. Photo Bureau. (4)
SEE OREGON TAKE MICHIGAN
Charter Plane to Ann Arbor
Oct. 2 — Depart Eugene Fri. A.M.
Return Sun. P.M.
Western Skyways Loaning Deluxe Lockheed Lodestar
—ALL EXPENSES PAID—
Ten Seats Still Open.
See Art Baumohl, Campus Representative
or Phone 788-J after 4 p.m.
It's swell to see so many familiar & new faces on the
We would like to take this opportunity to urge you
to let us assist you in choosing and arranging your floral
decorations. Drop in and talk things over with us; we
like to talk.
The best of luck to you through the coming football
season and school year.
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