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Mademoiselle Representative to Visit University;
Guest Editor Contest Subject of October Speech
The assistant college board edi
tor of Mademoiselle magazine, ;
Darcy Friedman, will visit the Uni
versity campus Oct. 12 and 13 to
talk with undergraduate women
interested in entering Mademoi- ,
selle’s College Board contest.
Miss Friedman is especially in- :
tersted in talking to girls working
on the campus newspaper, literary
magazines, or those outstanding i
i;i campus activities. She also
hopes to talk with undergraduate !
women interested in' fashion, art, <
advertising, merchandising, or
fields allied with magazine work, i
UNDERGRADUATES ONBY '
College Board members will be ;
selected by the editors of Made- 1
noiselle on the basis of a two
)age typewritten article on some
jhase of campus life submitted
ilong with personal information
ind a photograph. Only under
graduates are eligible.
Helen Sherman, senior in jour
ralism, was among those selected
'or the board last year. An article
jy her appeared in the August
ssue of Mademoiselle.
Those selected for the College
Board have an opportunity to be
come one of Mademoiselle’s 20
‘Guest Editors,” and will assist
n writing the magazine’s August
:ollege issue. Winners must be
ivailable to work in New York
rom June 5 thr ough 30, 1950.
Selection of the 20 editors is
determined by three assignments
given by the magizine during the
year to College Board members.
Winners are provided with round
trip transportation to New York
City and paid a regular salary for
All undergraduate women in
terested in talking to Miss Darcy
tvhen she arrives or applying for
College Board membership are re
quested to leave their names with
Mrs. Golda P. Wickham, director
qf women’s affairs, in Emerald
Contest rules and additional in
formation also may be obtained
from this office.
Grounds Improvement Project
Most Extensive Job in Years
Over-all improvement of campus grounds now in progress is
the most extensive job of its kind to be done for seveial years,
said H. D. Jacoby, assistant superintendent of the physical
Work of this nature has gone virtually unnoticed on the camp
us because of the more spectacular construction of the k,rb Me
morial Union and Carson Hall, Jacoby added.
With the new theater building
nearly completed, work will begin
next week on the entrance steps
and on a circular driveway to route
traffic to and away from the build
PARKING ROTS CREAKED
In conjunction with this is “tri
angluar" parking lot between 11th
and Kincaid streets which is now
ready for paving. The lot, with an
estimated capacity of 95 cars,
will serve theater patrons and will
also be used for student parking.
Another parking space east of i
the new addition to the Music
school is also ready for paving.
Curbing has been completed and
paving will be done soon on an
area between Deady and Villard
Halls, Jacoby said. It will be used
to service the two buildings.
Parking will not be permitted in
this area, he announced.
NEW W ARKS READY
Almost a mile of conci-ete walks
have been built. Those already
finished include the portion of the
“east-west mall” from Kincaid
street to Johnson Hall, and walks
from the Architecture building to
Deady, from the Art building to
Villard, from Deady to Friendly,
and from Deady to 13th street.
Other projects which have kept
the staff of the physical plant busy
are the paving of the University
street entrance to Hendricks Hall,
construction of a new concrete
walk at the west entrance of the
Little Art Gallery, work on the
Emerald parking lot, and planting
of a new lawn around the theater
building and around the new ad
dition to the music building.
Tryouts for Amphibian, women’s
swimming honorary, will be held
Monday, Oct. 3 at 7:30 p.m. and
on Thursday, Oct. 6 at 4 p.m.
This organization, under the
leadership of President Jean Carr,
selects its members on the basis of
scores made above the minimum
standard for Amphibian. Those
selected for membership will be
notified by Monday, Oct. 10.
Swimmers will be asked to dem
onstrate the elementary back
stroke, side stroke, front crawl,
back crawl, breast stroke, plain
standing dive, running front dive,
and a little ballet technique. They
will swim the crawl for speed.
Any girl interested in trying out
for this honorary should be at gym.
in time to check out a suit.
BE SURE TO COME
Juke Box Dance
Fri. Night—Adm. 25c
TOMMY FOX AND HIS ORCHESTRA
Owned and Operated by
RESERVATIONS Rh. 7-2935
Private Parties A Specialty
3 Mi. East of Goshen on Hiway 58
80lGirlsf to Move
Into Carson Soon
With final touches now being ap
plied, the fourth floor of Carson
Hall will be ready for occupancy
late next week, according to Lyle
Nelson, director of information.
Eighty girls will be moved into
the new dorm, which will help
materially in relieving crowded
conditions in Alpha, Gamma, and
Nelson also reports that the ele
vator is now running and most of
the glass is in on the ground floor.
“Quack and Snack Service” is
the name of the new sandwich and
fountain delivery service which
started this week.
Dick Hatfield, senior in business
and Paul Thalhofer, junior in busi
ness, are the originators of the new
The service is operated from
Renell’s on 13th avenue.
For Out-of- Town
Oregon football enthusiasts will
be able to purchase tickets for
out-of-town games at the ticket
office in McArthur Court.
A few reserve tickets for the
Washington game at Portland’s
Multnomah Stadium Oct. 5, are
on sale now. However, these seats
are in the uncovered sections 20,
21, and 22.
Three hundred fifty-three stu
dent tickets for the California
game in Berkeley will be on sale
between Oct. 10 and 21. These
tickets will cost $1.25 each and are
limited to one per student. The
ticket office also announced that
student tickets can be purchased
| only by persons holding an athletic
Sudent athletic cards will only
I admit people to the Oregon rooting
Dr. Stern, Party
Results of a social history study
made this summer at Chiloquin,
small Oregon town in the Klamath
Indian reservation, are now being
compiled by Dr. Theodore Stern,
assistant professor of anthropol
Asmall group accompanied Mr.
Stern, including Eleanor Ribbans
of the University sociology depart
ment, Patricia Marks of the Uni
versity of California anthropology
department, and Hirito Zakaji of
the Oregon anthropology depart
The study may continue next
Games, contests, and a picnic
supper will be featured at the
YMCA sponsored Freshman Men’s
Timber Carnival to be held Sat
urday, Oct. 1.
Among the speakers for the
evening program will be the Rev.
Wesley G. Nicholson of the Congre
gational Church, whose topic will
'->e “Values to Seek in College.”
Dale Crandell, YMCA president, is
chairman of the evening program.
Free transportation will be furn
ished to and from Moose Park on
Fern Ridge Lake. Cars will leave
the Y at 1:30 p.m. and return at
A rainy-day program has been
prepared in case of bad weather,
according to Bill Wise, recreation
With BETTY LYNN • RUDY VALLEE
GOAL 1000. 100 in University Class
Morning Pictures will be taken 9:45 a.m.
11 A. M.
WORLD WIDE COMMUNION SUNDAY
“EARTH'S GREATEST MONUMENT”
7:30 P. M.
“WHAT WAIT I FOR?”
University Fellowship 6:20.Singspiration 9 p.m.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
Brdwv at High Dr. Vance H. Webster, Pastor
Night of Music—Thursdav at 7:30
HEAR PHIL KERR and ARNE HARTMAN
Tonight & Sat.
“YES SIR, THAT’S MY
Donald O’Connor, Chas. Coburn
James Cagney, Virginia Mayo
“ROSE OF YUKON”
M. Lockwood, P. Roc, D. Price
E. Portman, G. Gynt, D. Price
YES SIR, THAT’S MY
Donald O’Connor, Chas. Coburn
Tonight & Sat.
“BAD MAN OF
“IT HAPPENS EVERY
Ray Milland, Jean Peters
A. Smith, R. Douglas
Joel McCrea, Virginia Mayo
William Boyd, Andy Clyde
l"I SPRINGFIELD ' /-Z/0!
Tonight & Sat.
“DOWN DAKOTA WAY”
“RIM OF THE CANYON”
Bob Hope, Lucille Ball
“WIZARD OF OZ”
Judy Garland, Ray Bolger
SPRINGFIELD I 7-3403
Tonight & Sat.
“RIN TIN TIN”
“KISS IN THE DARK”
David Niven, Jane Wyman
Leo Gorcey, Huntz Hall