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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 12, 1949)
European Study Tours
Offered Studes-Cost Low
Economical study tours of Eur
ope this summer are being offered
by the International Student Ser
vice, according to Art Johnson,
The trips will cover 20-30 days
Federal Livil Service
(Cotttinued from page one)
California, now with the Bonne
ville Power administration, will
AND JOINT FEDERAL AGEN
CY UNDERTAKINGS” (107
Commerce). Herman KehrH, di
rector of the bureau of municipal
research, presiding'. Irwin Han
num, former professor at the City
College of New York, now Pro
gress Coordinator with the Bon
neville Power administration, will
“SOCIAL WORK” (206 Ore
gon). J. V. Berreman, associate
professor of socialogy, presiding.
Paul Johnson, managed of the
field office of the Social Security
administration in Eugene, will
“ACCOUNTING AND AUDIT
ING” (206 Commerce). C. L.
Kelly, professor of business ad
ministration, presiding. Fred L.
Huber, zone deputy collector in
charge at Eugenne will spedk.
“SCIENCE — BIOLOGICAL
AND PHYSICAL” (106 Com
merce). A. H. Kunz, head of the
chemistry department; A. E. Cas
well, head of the physics depart
ment, and P. L. Risley, biology
department head, presiding. Wil
liam Shannon, chief of the divi
sion laboratory, U. S. Engineer
division office, Portland, will
University faculty members
will meet with the Federal repre
sentatives for a noon luncheon at
the Faculty club. E. L. Johnson,
dean of the college of liberal arts
and the graduate school, will pre
Standing will be the speaker for
this meeting. Cooley will be a spe
“These meetings have planned
for “any student who is interested,
or may be interested in the future,
i in work for the federal govern
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
FOR RENT — Anyone wishing a
room with private sink, family
style meals, phone 3983-M, 651
11th E. 110
FOR SALE—Golf clubs, driver, 5
irons, balls, bag, tees. Call War
ren Smith 1128 or 1129. 110
If we study to old age we shall
not finish learning.
FOR SALE—Man’s Schwinn Bike.
320. 1208 Beech St. 110
FOR SALE -Five ladies golf clubs,
bag, $22. Ext. 443 Thomas. 110
FOR SALE—1-wheel trailer, car
ries 700 lbs. Backs with car.
Spare tire, wheel. $55. 4-room oil
heater, $17 as is. 2336 Onyx. 110
LOST Leopard scarf, concert Fri
day. Bring to library office. 110
FOR SALE—Mercury II 35 mm.
camera 2.7 lens with Flash and
G. E. Exposure meter. Split ex
haust manifold fits Chev. '37 up.
Bob Fries, 771 E. 14. Ill
in Britain, Italy, Denmark and
Finland, France and Switzerland,
or possibly Israel. Costs are ap
proximately $4 daily, plus trans
portation costs ($250 round trip
Application blanks are due April
20. These may be received from
Mrs. Gladys Lawther, 831 S. W.
6th street, Portland 4, Oregon.
“Those students who have gone
on such trips have spoken very
highly of them,” Johnson remarked
Interested students may contact
Johnson at 4530-W for further in
Christian Science organization
will meet tonight at 7:45 p.m. in
the YWCA. All persons connected
with the University are invited to
Musical selections from Bach,
Brahms, Guilmant, and other com
posers will be played on the organ
by two University students, Vir
gene Bindley Roffe and Andrew
Flanders, in a joint recital tonight,
8 p.m. in the school of music audi
Among selections to be played
are four choral preludes by
Brahms, Prelude and Fugue in G
minor by Bach, offertory on “CJ
Fillii" by Guilmant, and “Fantas
ia in Echo Style” by Sweelinck.
Mrs. Roffe and Flanders, both
juniors in music, are Eugene resi
dents and organists in city church
es. Mrs. Roffe plays at the Bap
tist church and Flanders at the
Copyeditors—Tom Panages, Steve
Night staff—Jim Davis.
(Continued, from page one)
Kappa Sigma, Lambda Chi Al
McChesney hall, Mintum hall,
Phi Kappa Sigma, Pi Beta Phi,
Pi Kappa Alpha, Bebei house.
Phi Sigma Kappa, Delta Gam
ma, Friendly house, Stan Kay
hall, Sigma Alpha Mu, Sigma hall
Sigma Phi Epsilon, Delta Tau
Delta, Stitzer hall, Susan Camp
bell hall, Tau Kappa Epsilon, Del
ta Zeta, and Phi Gamma Delta.
Service honoraries Alpha Phi
Omega and Skull and Dagger are
earning weary feet as they help}
canvassing chairman Barbara Ness!
in her house-to-house ticket sale
“To my knowledge, this is the 1
first time that the Eugene residen- •«
tial section has been canvassed!
door-to-door for a campus func
tion,” Art Johnson, Vodvil general
“We hope to cover all of the resi- s
dential districts if we have time,” I
Miss Ness said. “However, we’re :
going to concentrate on the area '
surrounding the campus first, as it
usually shows the greatest inter
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• Why no liquor over the bar?
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