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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 12, 1949)
' G2 Personnel
Personnel for two military in
telligence teams to be affiliated
with the University is being
’ sought according to R. Otten
backer, captain in the military
reserve who will head one of the
One more officer and four en
listed men are needed.
Candidatees for the positions
which will offer pay and retire
ment benefits must be veterans
or graduatees of basic ROTC.
Knowledge of a language is pre
ferred but not required. Students
applying should be available
throughout the summer for train
ing in Eugene.
The units are sponsored by the
Officers Reserve corps. Univer
sity ROTC will provide space on
the campus and training.
Those interested should con
tact Ot'tenbacker in the depart
ment of foreign languages or
phone Captain Enbody at 5777.
Marjorie Petersen, junior in Eng
lish, was elected president of Mor
tar Board, senior women’s honor
ary, following the initiation of new
members Monday evening.
She will be assisted by Sally Wal
ler, junior in political science, as
Vice-president. Other officers are
Suzanne Michel, secretary; Velma
Snellstrom, treasurer; Barbara
Keywood, editor; and Mariyn Tur
Barbara Heywood, junior in
journalism, will head Theta Sigma
Phi, national professional journal
ism fraternity, next year. She was
elected following initiation of new
meembers last week.
Helen Sherman, vice-president;
Margaret Reid, secretary; Joanne
Frydenlund, treasurer; and Caro
line Griesel, keeper of the archives,
were elected at the same meting.
Miss Heywood will attend the na
tional convention of the fraternity
in Dallas, Texas, this summer.
AAU Titlist Shows Form
fkri.r?Jn^fE R P E,M. O N 5 f » A T E S _ Zoe Ann Olsen, of Oakland, Calif., shows one of the
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Something New in Automobiles
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ULTRA-STREAMLINED AUTO-— Norman E. Timbs, of Van Nuys, Calif., stands
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BE A Tg A L L THE MEN B UT.ON E- Masako
Katsura, Japan's only woman professional billiardist, took second
place in Jaoan tbree-cushion championship against a field of men.
Copyeditors: Lorna Larson, Lar
ry Meiser, George Dorris.
Night staff: Bob Downs, Mari
lyn Thompson, Grertchen Gron
dahl, Jo Anne Hewitt, Frances
Hcaly, Willetta McDonald.
Solicitors: Barbara Williams,
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As advertised in Mademoiselle
Because of conflicting activities,
the first meetng of the new sopho
more. YWCA commission schedul
ed for tonight has been postponed
indefinitely, President Barbara
Metcalf told the sophomore cabinet
First function of the commission
this term will be the annual soph
omore commission picnic, Wednes
day, May 18, to which all members
Kay Kuckenburg and Joan Skor
dahl, general chairmen for the pic
nic, have arranged for refresh
ments and games for the affair,
which will last from 4 to 7 p. in.
25c will be collected from each
Posters and flying speeches will
advertise the event.
Glenn Ford in
Thur-Fri-Sat., May 19-20-21
OF GALLANT BESS”
Now thru Tucs. May 17
William Bendix in
“THE LIFE OF RILEY”
Sun-Mon., May 15-16
“ANGELS WITH DIRTY
Tues-Wed., May 17-18
Thnr-Fri-Sat., May 19-20-21
Rod Skelton in
“GUNS OF HATE”
Sun-Mon-Tue., May 15-16-17
Bing Crosby in
Sun-Mon-Tues, May 15-16-17
Wed-Tour., May 18-19
“WOMAN IN THE
Fri-Sat., May 20-21
William Gargan in
Joe] McCrea in
“SOUTH OF ST. LOUIS