Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 05, 1949, Page 2, Image 2

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

    VACANCY in Vet’s dorm available
. immediately. Contact Hollie Pihl.
Phone 1920. 79
FOR SALE—Portable Corona type
writer. Perfect condition, like
new. Special buy. E. E. Dopera,
2201 Friendly St. 78
LOST—Gold trimmed glasses in
pink case, between Gamma hall
and Gerlinger. Call Dorothy
Haines, Ex. 444. 79
FOR RENT—Clean rooms suitable
for one or two girls. Private en
trance. 1353 Agate. 80
, “Shhh, the wall might have ears.”
“Oh well, they’re plastered and
can’t hear right anyway.”
Army States
For Commission
College graduates who served as
commissioned officers in any of
the armed forces during World
War II, may apply for regular ar
my commissions as second lieuten
ants, Col. F. R. Maerdian, head of
the military science department an
nounced yesterday.
Seniors who will graduate this
spring also are eligible to apply.
To be eligible under the new plan
Col. Maerdian explained, applicants
Have at least one year of honor
able, active, commissioned service
in any component of the armed
forces between December 7, 1941, |
and September 2, 1945.
Have graduated from an accred
ited college or university.
Be between 21 and 27 years ot
age at the time of appointment.
Be physically qualified.
Be of high moral character and
> have a record free of conviction by
military or civil court for other
than minor traffic violations.
Not be a conscientious objector.
Not be or have been a member
of any foreign or domestic organi
zation advocating subversive poli
cy or seeking to alter the form of
government of the United States
by unconstitutional means.
Col. Maerdian explained that if
an applicant has not been graduat
ed from college, the estimated
graduation date will be given on
the applications, together with a
statement of verification by an
appropriate official of the school.
Applicants holding commissions
in the Officers’ Reserve Corps or
National guard are to submit ap
plications through regular chan
nels to the major commander. Oth
er applicants not on active duty
will submit applications direct to
the major United States command
er concerned.
Luther Bible Study
The Sunday morning Bible study
at Luther house will begin at 9:15
with George Boyd in charge of the
Sunday evening at 5:30 Pastor A.
N. Eggen will speak to the Luther
an students on his work as super
intendent of the Sunset home in
Eugene. After the talk slides of
Camp Magruder will be shown.
He called his pet pig Waterman.
Of course, it wasn't the pig’s real
name; just his pen name.
Marksman Misses;
'William Tell' Dies
BEDFORD, Pa., Feb. 4 (AP)_a
tavern owner was killed today in a
barroom version of William Tell.
State policemen Harry Rook and
Russell Simons said Thomas B.
Leary, 48, of nearby Flintstone, died
when a friend tried to shoot a whis
key glas's off Leary’s head. The bul
let hit Leary in the head.
The officers said Ciara
40, Cumberland, Maryland, was
held for questioning. No charges
have been filed.
WEATHER . . . Considerable clou
diness today, with a few scattered
showers. High today, ~38; low to
night, about 26. Intermittent rain
or snow Sunday.
l^®0© o o o
. on the Chesterfield
Supper Club
Radio s outstanding nighttime show.
Starring Perry and his partners Jo
^ Stafford and Peggy Lee. Featuring
J the Fontane Sisters, the Starlighters,
and the orchestras of Mitchell
Ayres, Dave Barbour and Paul
Weston. Tune in—all NBC stations,
five nights a week, coast to coast.
It’s Great Entertainment!
"Supper Club Favorites"
at your local Record Dealer
in MGM’s latest technicolor
musical, "WORDS AND MUSIC," at your local theatre