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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 23, 1949)
Library Contest Deadline
Set for Thursday, May 5
Thursday, May 5, at 6 p.m. is
the deadline for entries in the an
nual Library Day prize contest,
which will be held on May 7.
Prizes of $25, $15, and $10 in
books to be purchased at the Co-op
will be given in each of the three
categories of the contest—under
graduate student’s specialized li
brary, undergraduate student’s
general library, and graduate stu
dent’s library. Already over 40 en
tries have been received, but it is
hoped that last year’s total, 55, can
be surpassed this year. Up to date,
the University of Oregon stands
highest in the nation in the qual
ity and number of student libraries
submitted for this contest.
Rules of the contest are:
1. Entries must be limited to less
than 50 volumes.
2. Required textbooks which will
become a permanent part of your
library may be included.
3. Each book must bear a defin
ite mark of your ownership.
4 Entries must be made by 6
p.m. of Thursday, May 5, 1949, to
10th and Pearl
Paul S. Mellish, Pastor
9:45 a. m. Church School
11:00 a. m. Morning Worship
9:30 a. m. University Class
5 :30 p. m. Supper given by
1166 Oak St.
Hugh N. McCallum, Pastor
University Classes, 9:45 a. m.
Dr. Victor P. Morris, Teacher
6 p. m. CHRISTIAN HOUSE
Worship Services, 11 a. m.
7:30 p. m.
12th and Oak St.
A branch of the Mother Church
The First Church of Christ,
Scientist in Boston, Massachu
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
and 8 p. m.
Sunday Services 11 a. m.
Wednesday— 8 p. m
86 W Broadway
Miss Rise at the circulation desk.
The name of the contestant, a list
of the books to be displayed, and a
statement of the general nature
of the collection must accompany
5. Entries must be arranged in
the space allotted by 10 a.m., Sat
urday, May 7, 1949, and must re
main on display until 6:00 p.m.
Sunday, May 8, 1949.
6. Prize winners of former
years are invited to exhibit their
libraries, but they are ineligible for
another prize award.
7. Judging by a committee of
five appointed by the head librar
ian will take place at 2 p.m. Sat
urday. The libraries will be judged
on the selection of titles as they
meet the objectives of a student’s
8. Prizes will be awarded Satur
day afternoon at 4 p.m. in the Ade
laide Church memorial room
(browsing room) of the University
of Oregon library.
Uni House Host
For Birthday Tea
' A birthday tea and open house
will be held Sunday afternoon,
April 24, from 3 to 5 p.m. at Uni
versity house, 1675 Agate street, in
honor of Janet Smith, founder of
the first women’s co-op on the
All relatives of girls living in
Football Star Crowns Queen
CHARLIE JUSTICE. North Carolina football star, grins after crown
ing Movie Actress Martha Hyer queen of the Wilmington Azalea
Festival. (AP Wirephoto)
co-ops, fac.ulty members, alumni,
and interested friends are invited
to attend the affair held annually
at one of the University's co-ops.
(Continued from page one)
pha Epsilon, “Blow Gabriel Blow,”
Bob Lenneville; Sigma Chi, “Full
Moon and Empty Arms,” Steve
Button; Sigma Nu, “Shenandoah,”
'Sound Experiment' Program
Three four-part chorals J
Kyrie, Gott vater in Ewigkeit
Aus meines Herzens Grunde
Christ ist erstanden
Fugue No. VII, from Das Wohltemperierte Klavier.J. S. Bach
At the Jazz Band Ball _____...___..___hlew Orleans
Wolverine Blues ..Traditional
Trio for Two Oboes and English Horn,
(transcribed for three clarinets)
Menuetto, Allegro molto scherzo
Finale .L. van Beethoven
Jazz Improvisations .George Gershwin
Lady Be Good.,E Sampson, Goodman
Stompin’ at the Savoy.....c. Webb
Sound Experiment..E. Zarones
Je n’ai envie que de t’aimer (Art Song)
James McMullen, baritone soloist.Poulenc
Es orszecsendulnek-pendulnek a hahgok (from the Mikrokosmos)
Forbidden Is My Sweetheart’s Name
Near the Borders a,t Bisztro
®raul .Bela Bartok
Salon Music in the Style of John Kirby
Drink to Me Only With Thine Eyes .English Traditional
Anitra’s Dance ...Edward Grieg
Opus No. 5.Frederic Chopin
Nocturne .Robert Hays
From the Stone Age of Bebop
Billies Bounce .j. B. Gillespie
Here is The Complete Line
For Your Picnic Time
HOGAN'S GROCERY COOK'S MARKET
544 E. 13th Phone 2066
Steven stone; and Sigma Phi Epsi
lon, “Were You There?” directed
by Kurt Finch.
A meeting of the finalists’ song
leaders will be held today at 11
a.m. at the Kappa Alpha Theta
UO-OSC Clash '
Brains in Chess Tilt
Eight matches will be played be
tween the U. of O. chess team and
the OSC team Sunday afternoon at
3:00. The matches will be held in
room 207 Commerce.
The UO team is co-captained by
George Swift, grand ehessmaster,
and Shubert Fendrich, past pres
ident of the group. Also on the
team are Tom Young, Fred Scul
lins, William Gruman, Bob Hollis,
and Jim Van Houten.
All interested students and fac
ulty will be welcomed, according
to William Gruman, club president.
Tom Young is tournament direc
FOR SALE—1940 Chev. club coupe
R&H excellent condition. Orig.
owner. $800. 2676 University. Ph,
4697-R after 5:00. 118
FOR SALE — Black Buick road
master convertible. Excellent
condition. Call 3332-R. 118
LOST — On lower campus, green,
wool jacket with light leather
sleeves—Reward, call Tom Chap
man 1024. 119
—At Seymour’s is an enjoy
able occasion. We have a
special menu on Sunday,
—Make a date for dinner and
you’ll both enjoy a change
change from house or hall
food. We also serve the fa
“Chicken in the Rough”
Small checks cashed
for your convenience
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