Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 22, 1949, Page 3, Image 3

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    Survey Shows
College Costs
Extremely High
The average college student, in
' what is described as a fairly char
acteristic college from a financial
standpoint, spends $103 each month
while he is attending school.
This information comes from a
- survey reported in a recent issue of
“Editor and Publisher,” journalism
publication. The “typical” school is
‘ San Jose (California) State college,
where the 7000 students spend an
_ aggregate of $6,500,000 in a nine
month period.
According to the article, San Jose
, coeds spend $103,000 yearly to pur
chase four or five sweaters each.
Other monthly expenditures of
- the students at that institution in
clude $5,427 for flowers, $17,855 for
tobacco, and $20,500 for drugs (in
cluding cosmetics and personal it
Average per student investment
in movies each month is 30 cents.
The-entire student population of
► San Jose State spends $21,161 mon
thly for confections and $25,592 for
cleaning and pressing.
* Discussing advertising prospects
in college newspapers, the article
reports that only 41 college dailies
‘ exist in the nation. The “average”
daily is in tabloid form (although
several publish eight-column pa
pers) publishing not less than four
but often six or eight pages. Aver
, age total operational cost is $37,300
Some dailies report spending as
► much as $80,000 yearly in produc
tion costs.
The “average” college daily, the
* article states, has a circulation of
6,100, which' is 62 per cent of the
total enrollment at its respective
. institution.
The article reports (at one insti
tution, anyway) that nearly all stu
dents read the campus daily while
only approximately a quarter of
*■ them read the professional morning
and evening papers.
Classified Ads
NOTICE—Dar’s Hobby Supply 41
• E 14th St. Bearer of this ad en
titld to 10% discount. 70
FOR SALE—Two desks, chest of
. drawers, bookcase, single bed,
drapes, bedspread, and mirror
and nic-nac shelf. Overall price
$60.00, but will sell individually.
Call 3169 Beverly Hefron. 69
LOST—Red fountain pen—Monday
17 Old campus. Reward. R. Gof
* fard, Sigma Hall. 72
* FOR SALE—’47 Chevrolet Fleet
line Aero-Sedan. All extras $1975.
Also wooden B-flat Pedleo Clar
inet. 1433 Patterson. Ph. 1853-J
FOR SALE—’47 Chevrolet Fleet
line Aero-Sedan. All extras $1975,
Also wooden B-flat Pedleo -Clari
* net. 1433 Patterson. Ph. 1853-J
LOST—Light tan leather gloves.
Lee Preston TKE 6584 70
FOR RENT—Room for one student.
Available January 21st. Mrs. Ter
ry 1122 Alder 69
LOST—Brown plastic glasses in
blue and tan case Friday. Call
3874. 70
‘ WANTED—Someone to share a
double room in the vets’ dorm
starting Monday. Call Ext. 323.
Room 224. 69
• LOST — Gold-trim, horn - rimmed
glasses, in red zipper case, be^
♦ tween music building and library
Tuesday at three. Finder please
* notify Betty Simpson, Ext. 481
Casadesus5 Presents First
♦ ♦ ♦
Casadesus to Give Concert
■ 1 "" ■ ' - ....1.■ ■-=—L—1
ROBERT CASADESUS, noted French concert pianist, is on a tour
of the United States. He will play at McArthur court Monday night.
I/O Concert Monday
Students and residents will hear
the first Eugene concert of Rob
ert Casadesus, famous French
pianist, Monday night at 8:15 in
McArthur court. Doors will open
at 7:30.
Admittance will be by registra
tion card for students, and mem
bership cards of the Eugene and
University Civic Music associa
tion for faculty members and oth
ers. No tickets will be sold at the
Casadesus (pronounced Kah-zah
deh-su, the accent on the last
syllable), who has given over 1200
concerts in his career, came to the
United States from France in
He has played throughout Eu
rope, South America and the
United States, where he is in con
stant demand as soloist with all
the major orchestras and top ra
dio programs. He made a Tele
phone Hour broadcast last De
cember 27, and opened his 15th
consecutive sold-out American
tour with three appearances with
the New York Philharmonic
symphony orchestra.
Gavotte Variee...Rameau
Three Sonatas, Nos. 465, 395, 463.Scarlatti
Sonata in F minor, Opus 57 (Appassionata).Beethoven
Allegro assai
Andante con moto
Allegro ma non troppo
Ballade in G minor, Opus 23.Chopin
Berceuse, Opus 57.Chopin
Tarantelle, Opus 44. Chopir.
La Cathedrale engloutie.Debussy
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