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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1949)
SOX Will Elect
Sigma Delta Chi, men’s national
journalism fraternity will elect of
ficers at its first meeting of the
term, Thursday evening at 7 in the
Side, according to Larry Lau, pres
ident of the fraternity.
Plans for spring tefm will also
be discussed, he said There will be
an executive meeting at 4 in the
adviser's office before the general
WSC Prof Visits
Dr. and Mrs. Leavitt O. Wright
have received word of the birth of
a son to their daughter and son-in
law, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hocking,
Jr., of Detroit, Michigan. The
grandchild, John R. Hocking III,
was born April 5.
Dr. Wright is professor of ro
Win an Elephant
(Continued from page six)
poses, as a capital gain rather
than as pure income. The owner
could read him the encyclopedia
—or send him to aHrvard. After
that he could become quickly
wealthy by letting the elephant,
a beast of fabulous memory,
compete for him the radio give
Who knows? Some day they
may put a human being up as
first prize—and an elephant will
LOST — Homis watch near P. E.
building. Sam I Brown, phone
324. Reward. 106
FOR SALE—Argus camera C-3 6
months old $50.00, Eddie Edge
combe, 715 East 16 th. Inquire
trailer at rear. 106
FOR SALE—Bausch & Lomb mo
nocular microscope. Substage
condenser with oil immersion
lens. Call Bill Wallace 2402-R.
FOR SALE—'39 Ford Convertible
coupe, twin spots, pipes, skirts,
jump seat. Bill Rogers, Sigma Nu
LOST—Brown zipper notebook at
baseball game Monday. If found
call Jim Hanns. 5113. 107
FOR SALE—Size 39 tux, white
Palm Beach coat. $75 new, worn
three times. Will sell both for $35.
Call 4569-M. 107
FOR SALE — '47 Cream colored
convertible. Radio and heater.
One owner—A-l shape. $1475.
Contact Harold Hall, 383 E 11th,
5-7 p. m. 113
HOME cooked meals in private
home close to campus. 611 E 15th
ave. Phone 4932-R. 105
FOR SALE—Last chance — Wire
recorder for sale, practically new.
S. Fidman, Phone 5152. 106
TYPING—Trailer house at 766 E.
15th. Phone 798-W. 107
FOR SALE—Six months old blue
Columbia racing bike with Stor
my-Archer English made gear
shift. See on display at library
patio Thursday and Friday or
phone 2798-W. Roy. 107
FOR SALE—'28 Olds. Upholstery
and motor in perfect condition.
$175. 210 W. 14th, Ph. 3222-W.
LOST — Rimless glasses in dark
blue case. If found, call Jo Hud
ecker 5650. 107
250 State High Schools
To Receive *49 Oreaana
Plans to send Oreganas to ev
ery high school in the state are be
ing worked out by Olga Yevtich,
business manager of the annual.
The purpose of this program, es
tablished several years ago, is to
promote the University through
out the state.
The program, supported by con
tributions from state and local
units of Oregon Dads and Oregon
Mothers’ clubs, and the Oregon
Federation and alumni, enables
high school seniors to get a glimpse
of the University without actually
vistiing the campus.
Each year, according to Miss
Yevtich, thank-you letters are re
ceived by the Oregana from many |
high schools, indicating the success
of the program. There are approxi
mately 250 high schools in the
state, and each one receives an!
The price of the yearbook is re
duced to $2.50 for this purpose,
and Miss Yevtich believes the or
ganizations which underwrite this
project deserve special credit.
Contributions for this program,
which is an appealing way of
drawing high school graduates to
the University, according to Miss
Yevtich, are received all year from
the local clubs.
Trofessor Frank W. Tate, for
mer U. instructor, visited the cam
! pus yesterday. Mr. Ttate is now
! teaching at WSC.
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