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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1948)
Election of officers for the
YWCA, AWS, and WAA was set
for February 23 at a meeting of
representatives of the three or
“We agreed that on that date to
avoid what happened last year,”
said Laura Olson, president of the
YWCA. “Last year there was loss
of time, the programs had to be
altered, and the election was post
poned until spring term.”
The earlier election date will
give an opportunity for the new
officers to work under the super
vision of retiring officers for a
longer period of time. They will
not take office this year until af
ter the installation ceremonies,
and the new AWS officers will
wait until after AWS weekend in
spring term before taking office,
Rene Cowell, vice president of
The representatives are hoping
this date will not conflict with any
house office elections. Miss Cowell
said Monday that this will give
them a chance to know if they will
be holding a campus position be
fore accepting an upper house of
The YWCA will call for peti
tions and interviews for both elec
tive and appointive offices the be
ginning of winter term, Miss Ol
The place of elections has not
been decided yet.
Campus clubs and honoraries are
requested to make payments on
space contracted in the 1949 Ore
gana, says Olga Yevitch, business
The woman who advocates equal
rights for her sex is a generous soul,
willing to settle for half.
YWCA cabinet meeting at noon
in the bungalow.
AWS Christmas tea committee
meeting at 4 in the Alpha Gamma
PHI THETA meeting at 6:30 in
the AOPi house.
MORTAR BOARD will meet at
6:45 in the AChiO house
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE organi
zation will hold the last meeting
for this term in the YWCA at 7:45.
NEWMAN CLUB meeting at
6:30 in Gerlinger annex. Father
Royce will give the third in a se
ries of lectures—"Catholic Ap
proach to Psychology."
Must File Records
All prospective teachers who plan
to make use of services offered by
the University teacher placement
service in obtaining teaching posi
tions for mid year or for next
fall are asked to meet today at 4 p.
m. in room 4, Education.
Those interested are asked to en
roll and file their records with the
placement office as soon as possible,
as enrollment is to be completed
before Christmas vacation.
Friday Dead Line
For Loan Requests
Interlibrary loan services re
quired for Christmas vacation
should be requested through the
library by December 3, due to the
congestion of the mails during the
Requests to the Pacific North
west Bibliographic Center, Ore
gon State College and other units
of the Oregon State System of
Higher Education will be handled
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The sophomore commission of the
YWCA will hold a Christmas des
sert Tuesday night at 6 at the Bun
galow, announced Barbara Steven
sen, president of the commission.
While dessert will be served by
the commission, dinner has been
cancelled to provide funds for for a
"Care” Christmas box. The deci
sion as to the destination of the box
will be made by the group at the
dessert, Miss Stevensen said.
A program is planned for the ev
Jackie Barbie is in charge of the
Dr. Ellickson Passes
Cigars for New Son
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Ellickson arc
the parents of a baby boy, James
Raymond, born Sunday in Vancou
Dr. Ellickson is associate dean of
the graduate school and professor of
physics at Oregon.
The mother and the eight-pound
fourteen-ounce son, are reported to
be doing well at Northern Perman
ente Foundation hospital in Van
couver. The Ellicksons are parents
of two older children, Byrn, aged 7,
and Mary, aged 5.
To Hold Tea Dance
Canterbury Club of St. Mary's
Parrish, Episcopal church, will en
tertain University students at a tea
dance from 4 to 7 p. m. Sunday, De
All students are invited to the af
fair, particularly those interested
in seeing the Episcopal church and
meeting members of the club.
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work about four hours per day
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LOST: Bear tooth with gold cap and
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FOR SALE: New Spencer Micro
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Numerous accessories. Excel
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Drive Opens Dec. 6
Annual Christmas-scal drive for
the benefit of those stricken with
tuberculosis, will be held on the Eu
gene campus December 6-10, as an
nounced yesterday by chairman
Seals will be available at living
organizations, as well as at a booth
in the Co-op.
Assisting Miss Sparks as co
chairman of the drive is Carol Udy.
Both chairman are freshmen.
A feminist is a woman who cites
the Cambridge Mayorality situation
as an example of the way men run
Planting time draws near and
once more the gardner asks himself
if it’s possible that anybody raise
parsnips on purpose.
Pictures taken at the sopho
more Whiskerino dance are now
on display on the bulletin board
in the Emerald quonset. Orders
will be taken there.
Can you qualify for this
Get the full details from the Aviation
Cade! Interviewing Team. It will be here:
8:00 A. M.—5:00 P. M.
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