Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 08, 1948, Page 7, Image 7

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    Committee Tells
Prerequisites
'For Graduation
' The academic requirements com
mittee at a recent meeting declared
its intention to enforce all academ
ic regulations of the University, in
cluding the 2.00 GPA requirement
for graduation.
It is no longer possible for stu
. dents with less than a 2.00 to grad
uate by earning a 2.25 GPA dur
; ing their last 45 hours, Kenneth J.
O’Connell, committee chairman,
announced yesterday.
However, ■‘'-’Connell added, for a
limited time the committee will
accept petitions from students who
had previously been led to expect
a waiver of this requirement, pro
vided they earn a 2.25 their last 45
hours.
A committee meeting to con
sider such petitions will be held to
day.
Dr., Nurse Aid
Infirmary Staff
To ease the present congestion at
the Student Health Service, a new
doctor and nurse will be added to
the staff.
Dr. D. N. Brittain will take his
(post at the -campus infirmary on
Monday, according to a statement
of the health service. The nurse will
be added sometime in the near fu
ture.
A large number of students have
made use of health facilities dur
ing the first few weeks of the year,
and many have complained of the
long wait for attention at the in
firmary. With these additions to
the staff, patients will be cared for
in shorter time.
At the present time there are
fourteen bed patie its at the in
firmary, which is far above the
normal registration.
USDA Lists Article
Authored by Dean
Dean Eldon L. Johnson of the
college of liberal arts and gradu
ate school has contributed an ar
ticle to a volume recently issued
by the United States department
of agriculture on the history of
personnel administration in that
department.
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Grid Guesses
(Continucd from page four)
should be a thriller ballgame. It’s
a tossup, but we like the Boiler
makers. Purdue by 7. At Evanston,
111., the Northwestern Wildcats
bump head-on into the powerful
Gophers from Minnesota. A tough
ballgame, but the Wildcat offense
is terrific this year. Northwestern
by 10.
Army tackles Illinois and we
thinks the Cadets should win by 12
points. Indiana tackles a hard luck
TCU squad that will be gunning
for an upset. We think it’ll be
close, but not that close. Indiana
by 7.
The rampaging Buckeyes of
Ohio State will have their hands
full with Iowa Saturday. The
Iowans are stubborn but fourth
quarter Buckeye power should
give them a 13 point win. Michigan
State takes on Notre Dame. We
predict the Spartans will put up a
stiff battle before Notre Dame
wins by 13.
On the Pacific Coast conference,
Oregon’s still mighty Ducks travel
inland for their only breather of
the season, against Idaho. Not
withstanding a Vandal Homecom
ing we think the Webfoots are
good for a 27 point victory mar
gin.
UCLA will have a tough assign
ment against the Washington
Huskies. We predict a narrow, 6
point Bruin win. OSC looks 27
points better than little Portland
U and ditto for Nevada over North
Texas State.
We look for WSC to ruin Mon
tana's Homecoming with a 20-point
win. Down California way, South
ern Cal tackles a tough aggrega
tion from Rice. The Trojans are
due, and should take a 13 point
win. California should somewhat
redeem the honor of PCC with a
two TD victory over Wisconsin,
and, last but not least, we'll pick
Santa Clara to upset Stanford by
1 point.
Frosh Footballers
(Continued from page four)
ready mentioned, Bowcrman will
take the following men on his trav
eling squad:
Glass, Wirtjes, Rich and Ron
Terjeson, Peckover, Hendrickson,
Danilson, Perry, Russell, Timms,
Gillnett, Liberty, Hall, McCauley,
Mardikian, Massingill, Wilcox,
Henkle, Kannasto, Marsh, Kara
nofski, Parker, Moshofasky, Gere
mia, and McAloon.
Accompanying the team will be
assistant coaches Bill Abbey and
Steve Mezzera, and managers John
ny Gram, Jack Saunders, and Bob
Henningser. The entire traveling
squad will stay at the Mallory hotel
in Portland Friday night.
Open House Held
Friday Afternoon
A YWCA-YMCA open house,
planned for Friday from 4 to 5,
will honor all University students
from other countries. Over 80 in
vitations have been mailed to for
eign students and any others not
contacted are invited, Marjorie Pe
terson and Amy Lou Ware, co
chairmen of the international af
fairsfairs committee of the YWCA,
announced.
Any student interested in inter
^age /,
national affairs or interested in.
becoming acquainted with foreign
students are urged to come, the co
chairmen stated.
Entertainment will be provided
by Barbara Holland who will pre
sent a reading and Dolores Klets
ing will sing. Refreshments will bei
served.
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