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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1948)
Calls for men graduating during
the current year are being re
ceived every day in the graduate
placement office, according to Karl
W. Onthank, director.
These employers wish to get in
touch with prospective graduates
long before graduation. According
ly, seniors should register at once
With the office.
“The best positions ordinarily go
to those who file their credentials
early and so come immediately to
the attention of employers,” said
'“'Below is a brief summary of po
rtions currently being offered:
1. San Francisco department
store: Young man for merchandis
ing and store administration. 2.
Eastern insurance company;
mathematics graduate for actuar
3. Los Angeles roofing manufac
turer: two men to learn the busi
ness, in either sales or administra
tion. 4. Accounting and office ma
chinery concerns: salesmen in San
Francisco, Los Angeles, and Port
5. Portland produce concern:
young graduate for trainee as pros
pective cold storage plant superin
tendent. 6. International banking
concern: single men for overseas
service training. 7. International
petroleum corporation: men for
March foreign service training pro
gram. 8. Major automobile manu
facturer: men for training class,
starting in January. Will have rep
resentative on campus soon.
Students interested in sending
letters to alumni county directors
tiave been asked to contact Paul
Johnston at the Delt house.
Several people are needed to type
the letters that are to be sent to
the county directors, informing
them about the annual homecom
ing weekend. Johnston may be
reached by calling 940.
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ute musical program, “Some
thing For You,” featuring the sing
ing of Eleanor Culver is scheduled
on KOAC only.
The first production of the Uni
versity radio workshop, “Garden
ias: Ten Cents,” will start on
KOAC this afternoon at 4:30.
The production, which is direct
ed by Paul Ryman, depicts the life
of the lower classes struggling for
a living by peddling gardenias in
the heart of New York’s gay white
way. This is done without the
blessing of the police department.
The peddlers’ problems reach a
perplexing climax when plagued
by a couple of young hoodlums who
try to cut in on the small profits
by organizing a "union" and charg
Featured in the play are Bob
Croisant, Gordon Burbee, Marty
Weitzner, Carol Jo Driskell, and
Anne McGeorge. Norman Lamb is
Included in the cast are Charles
Hucka, Irving Steinback, Paul
AVexler, Ray Des Lierres, Marlys
Sinclair, Milt Rieter, Jay Ryersie,
Marge Trushon, and Don Collins.
On sound effects are Steve Button
and Bob Reinhart.
The dramatic talent of 10-year
old Richard Gale, who lives next
door to the studio, is also included
in the production. Richard, accord
ing to Ryman, “just stuck his nose
in once while we were rehearsing.
We needed a kid so we grabbed
Short On Dough?
Try WAA FunfNite
“Fellas! Want a date that does
n’t put a dent in your pocket
book?” asks Bep McCourry, WAA
“If you do, grab yourself a girl
and come to the first Co-Recrea
tional Fun Night tonight,” she con
tinues. “Here are the vital statis
“Time: Tonight, 7 :30-ll.
“Place: Gerlinger hall.
“Girl: You get her!
“Tennis shoes: You’ll need them
There will be badminton (you
bring the rackets), volleyball, ping
pong, swimming, square dancing,
ballroom dancing, and table games,
according to Miss McCourry. Re
freshments will also be available.
Judges for this year’s Homecom
ing sign contest have been an
nounced by Tom McLaughlin,
They are Bob Hanrahan, profes
sor of art; Mrs. Paul Means,
English instructor; Mrs. Hally
Huntington, UO alumnus and resi
dent of Eugene; Donald M. Du
Shane, director of student affairs;
and Miss Patty Beaton, art stu
This list is not complete, but the
full roster will be released soon,
“Sign ideas are coming in all
along,” he said, “but I would like
all house sign chairmen who have
not yet done so to turn their
themes in to me at the Chi Psi
To Give Advice
The Veterans Administration
will extend its personal counseling
service to ex-GIs of this area every
other Thursday, effective October
7, at the VA’s guidance center in
Emerald hall. The service is to be
conducted by Herbert Schnare,
counselor from the Portland re
Ex-service men may request per
sonal counseling by writing to the
VA, either in Eugene or Portland.
Veterans are advised not to report
for counseling until they are noti
fied of a definite appointment.
Consultations are made without
charge, are private, and strictly
“off the record,” according to Don
ald Schworer, campus representa
tive. They are available to any vet
eran with a personal problem or
Y W Meeting l ues.
The first open membership meet
ing of the YWCA will be held Tues
day noon at the bungalow when Dr.
Frank Williston, a Religious Eval
uation Week speaker, will conduct
an informal discussion on his work
A professor of far east at the
University of Washington, Dr.*Wil
liston spent some time in China
with UNNRA about two years ago.
All members of the YWCA are
invited to attend and are asked to
bring their own lunches.
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TRY OUR SPECIAL
Steak, Chicken, Sandwiches,
Salad and Sea Food Menu
then try "The Co-op"
For gifts or for yourself
We recently received the
agency for Bell & Howell
moving picture equipment.
This is one of the finest lines
in the country. Come in and
look over our new stock.
r ountain rens
All types of pens including
ball points will be found in
our show cases. Pens made
by Parker, Esterbrook,
Sheaffer and others.
Just received a new shipment
of the newest thing in port
able typewriters, the new
Royal Portable with the fin
ger shaped keys.
Our library is well stocked
with classics, plays, current
fiction and non-fiction.
Everything for your reading
pleasure. Come in and browse.
Gift boxes and Oregon sta
tionery may be seen at the
stationery counter. Distinc
tive stationery in gay colors
await your inspection.
Genuine leather wallets for
men and women, the latest
styles and colors, are here for
IT PAYS TO "JOIN THE CO-OP"
The Co-op brings yon quality merchandise at low
prices. From the profits, you, as a member, are
entitled to a cash rebate at the end of the year.
Membership costs one dollar a year and the dollar
is returned with your rebate. Join today.
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