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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1949)
Vets May Lose:
G. I. insurance is approaching
expiration dates for an increasing
number of Oregon veterans, Don
ald C. Schworer, Veterans Admin
istration represenative at the U. of
O., warned today.
Veterans must take action if
they wish to keep their National
Service Life insurance in force,
Schworer stated. Expiring con
tracts may be renewed for a new
five-year term, or converted to a
Original term insurance taken
out while in service before the end
of 1945 expires eight years after be
ing issued. Many ex-GIs took out
their insurance early in 1941, and
these contracts are now expiring.
There is no grace period after the
eighth anniversary of a G.I. term
policy. Schworer said the VA is at
tempting to notify veterans who
have term insurance in force two
months ahead of expiration, but
some of them are likely to be over
If the veteran fails to apply for
renewal or conversion before his
original insurance expires, a physi
cal examination will be necessary
in- order to regain coverage at any
For Play Day
Petitions for Play Day may now
be turned in by women students to
Bep McCourrey, WAA president at
the Delta Gamma house. The an
nual event will hold its first meet
on the Oregon campus April 2.
General chairman, and heads of
registration, invitations, refresh
ments, clean-up, games and hostess
! committees are needed. Petitions
’ are available at the dean’s office in
• Emerald hall. They are due Thurs
Girls from schools throughout
Oregon will attend the event. They
will participate in such games as
badminton, tennis, volleyball, soft
ball, swimming and square danc
Reed college in Portland was
host for the event last year.
Organizational ability is the
main requirement needed for girls
interested in heading the spring
tennis intramural, according to Bep
McCourrey, president of WAA.
Petitions, available at the dean’s
office in Emerald hall, may be
turned in to Miss McCourrey at
the Delta Gamma house until
Thursday. Good playing ability is
not essential, she said.
An ISA meeting for off-campus
students will be held in room 105
Commerce at 4 p.m. today. All off
campus students are urged to at
tend. ISA President Bob Davis will
present the program of 'the ISA as
it has been pursued during the past
few months and an outline of the
plans of the organization for the
remainder of the year. Bob Hender
son will then conduct a discussion
of the problem of off-campus or
ganization for the wider extension
of the benefits of the ISA to a
greater number of University stu
The Inter-Dorm council will meet
tonight at 7:30 at the Side.
Available at Johnson
Ticket sales open today for “The ,
Glass Menagerie,” third production
of the University theater’s 1948
49 season. The box office in John
son hall is open from 10 to 12, and
1 to 5, and reservations may be
made by phone through 3300, ext.
Tennessee Williams smash
Broadway hit begins its seven per
formance run this Friday, with
productions set for Saturday, and
Tuesday through Saturday of the
following week. The last two per
formances are special productions
for the Northwest Drama confer
ence being held on the campus at
that time. Local theater goers have
been urged by Mrs. LeJeune Grif
fith, University theater business
manager, to attend one of the ear
Geraldine Hettinger, senior in
speech, is portraying the role of
Amanda, played by Laurette Tay
lor in America, and Helen Hays in
the London production of the dra-!
ma. The play won the New York
Drama Critics Circle award for
1945, the year it was first produced.
Lewis Vogler, a graduate stu
dent, plays Tom, Amanda’s son, and
Mary Esther Brock, senior in
speech, is cast as the daughter.
Don Dimmick, senior in speech,
rounds out the small cast as the
Alpha Delts Rush
Tonight at YMCA
Alpha Delta Sigma, men's adver
tising honorary, will hold its winter
term rushing meeting tonight at
the YMCA. Members will start at
6:30 and informal rushing will fol
low at 7:00.
A busy future is in sight for A.
D. S. when the national convention
of the fraternity meets in Portland
next June. Men ambitious to make
those important contacts in their
chosen field find many an opportu
nity open to them through the ac
tivities of this progressive campus
Kwama will meet tonight at 6:30
in Hendricks hall.
Wesley house will have chapei
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served from 7 to 7:30.
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