Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 19, 1949, Page 2, Image 2

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NOTICE—Dar’s Hobby Supply 41
E 14th St. Bearer of this ad en
titld to 10% discount. 70
LOST—Heavy gold wedding band.
Initials from FAB to AAB from
AAB to RLB. Notify Bob Blood
worth 5812, 7589. 66
ROOM—For man. House and kit
chen privileges, fireplace. Near
campus. Inquire at Freindly
House, 11th and Ferry. 67
WANTED—Passengers to Seattle
this weekend. Leaving Friday
noon. Ph. 2782-R. 67
FOR SALE—’47 Chevrolet Fleet
line Aero-Sedan. All extras $1975.
Also wooden B-flat Pedleo Clar
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Realty Board
To Honor Aiken
As their nominee for the first
citizen of Eugene in 1948, Jim Ai
ken will be honored at a banquet
Saturday given by the Eugene
Realty Board. He will speak on
•‘Citizens Are Built on the Foot
ball Field, Too.”
“The Historic Crisis of This Day”
will be given in absentia by Doro
thy Thompson. Ernest Haycox will
talk on “The Spiritual Source of
the Free and Lighted World.”
An adult Social Science society,
the Eugene Realty Board studies
citizenship and will give a sum
mary of their findings at the ban
quet. Tickets are available from
Harvey Blythe. Team members
may obtain tickets at Jim Aiken’s
office. The dinner will be held at
the Osburn hotel at 6:30.
Festival Petitions
Due Friday
International Festival petitions
will be due Friday at the
YWCA, announced Marjorie Peter
sen, co-chairman of the internation
al affairs committee of the Y.
The petitions are to be filled out
on regular ASUO petition forms.
Committees open are luncheon, reg
istration, publicity, promotion, in
vitations, hospitality, and tea. Un
der the tea committee will be chair
man of cleanup, food, program, cfec
oiations, and costumes.
To look smart, to
feel smart, shop
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OSC Psychologist
Marriage Speaker
Dr. O. R. Chambers of the OSC
psychology department will deliver
the second lecture in the series en
titled “Majoring in Marriage,”
which is being sponsored by the
YMCA and the sophomore commis
sion of the YWCA, at 7:00 Thurs
day night at the YMCA.
Dr. Chambers is well known as
a speaker to student groups on the
subject of courtship and marriage,
and lias done counselling in the
The half hour talk will be entitled
"Anticipating Marriage,” and will
be followed by a discussion period.
Students who have signed up for the
series will be seated first, but any
student may attend.
To Hold Tryouts
For French Play
Tryouts for a French play, “Le
Bourgeois Gentilhomme,” will be
held in room 120 Friendly hall at
3 today and 7:30 Thursday night.
The play is under the auspices of
the French and drama depart
ments and the music school, and
will be presented on Guild hall
stage April 1 and 2. All students
interested are urged to attend
the tryouts.
Library Asks for
Missing Periodicals
To complete its files, the Univer
sity library will welcome the gift
of copies of the following periodi
cal numbers: “American Photog
raphy” (Apr. 1948); “Arizona
Highways” (Sept. 1948); “Camp
ing Magazine” (Feb. 1948); “Cred
it World” (Dec. 1947); and “Des
ert Magazine” (Sept. 1948).
Among other periodicals needed
are “Editor and Publisher” (Oct. 9
and Oct. 16, 1948); “Hygeia” (July
1948); “Inland Printer” (July,
Aug., and Sept. 1948); “Journal of
Health and Physical Education”
(May and Sept. 1948).
The library also wants copies of
the "Consumer's Union Buying
Guide for 1948.”
Bigger They Come
The Larger the Haul
TOKYO, Jan. 18—(AP)—It is
too much trouble, union bank work
ers said in effect today, to count
100 yen notes.
To cut down on their work, they
asked that 1,000 yen notes be is
The 100 yen notes are the larg
est in circulation now.
II .—' —
Plan Completed Union
By Winter Term, 1950
The blueprints for Oregon’s stud
ent union are all drawn and the
building itself should stand com
pleted by winter term, 1950, accord
ing to Dick Williams, director of the
Covering 105,000 square feet of
space and extending 335 feet from
north to south plus a 78-foot
service entrance, the union will
have a basement, a mezzanine,
and three floors which will include
almost everything from a formal
ballroom to snack kitchens.
In the basement there will be
eight bowling alleys, ten tables
for pool, billiards and snooker,
| six ping-pong tables, and a four
j chair barber shop.
The main desk and lobby and a
leather lounge occupy positions
on the first floor along with a
U.S. postoffice and a classified
station which will handle every
thing that goes through a regular
branch office. In addition to this,
there will be a University post
office to take care of campus
A combination soda fountain
cafeteria will seat 375 persons at
one time. Continuous short-order
service is planned, and cafeteria
lunches will be served at meal
Also on the first floor will be
a sack lunch room, containing 80
lockers, expressly for the use of
students who commute to and
from the University daily.
Five rooms will be available
for various gatherings, including
small lunch and dinner meetings.
These rooms, each one accommo
dating 24 persons, may be opened
into one large area by means of
folding walls.
On the mezzanine will be union
administrative offices, alumni and
Old Oregon offices, and lockers
for the employes.
The second floor will hold two
music listening rooms in .which
records may be played, and a pi
ano practice room which may
be used for composing and rehear
sal of skits.
An art gallery will furnish con
tinual exhibits, including both stu
dent work and traveling art ex
- hibitions. A lounge browsing li
brary, a salon for such functions
as teas, three additional meeting
rooms with dining service, and a
ballroom complete the second
The ballroom will be divided
into several sections which would
hold from 400 to 500 couples.
Electrically controlled folding
walls enable it to be opened into
one large room in which 1000 cou
ples could dance. This area will
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be used also for banquets seating
up to 650, assemblies for as many
as 750, small concerts, and mov
Student offices, Oregana offic- j
es, and a room to be used for im
portant student union board meet
ings will be located on the third
floor which will hold also four
more meeting rooms, a projection
booth, and an area to be used for
making posters and various dec
orations. Two of these meeting
rooms will have kitchenettes which
will be available for concocting
snacks. The projection booth will
show movies in the ballroom on the
second floor.
Among the services provided in
the student union will be a lost and
found department, a desk where
checks may be cashed, and West
ern Union service.
Of Oregon’ student union ser
vices, Dick Williams boasts, “Name
it—we’ve got it. If we haven’t, we’ll
get it;"
Senate Confirms
Acheson Appointment
FORT LEWIS, Wash., Jan. 18—
(AP)—Two army escapees were
still at large tonight after a break
from the post stockade Saturday.
A third member of the trio who
eluded army guards was appre
hended within two hours after the
break, which was disclosed for the
first time today.
Either large accumulated
funds or very small monthly
savings can be safely invest
ed through a Balanced In
vestment Trust Fund which
for 15 years has yielded over
5% plus an appreciation of
the investor’s capital. Plan a
conservative investment pro
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