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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1949)
Pre-dental students and their
wives are invited to a meeting at
7:30 Nov. 3 in 105 McClure to
hear Dr. Ellis Jump and Dr. Mer
rill Swenson, both of the Univer
sity Dental school.
Included in the meeting will
be a discussion of admission to
dental schools and a question
Last Three Candidates
(Continued from page one)
seem to go along with living in
Honolulu, and Helen does both. She
plans to return to the Islands after
graduation, “unless something sud
denly happens to change my mind.”
The brown-haired candidate for
Betty Coed shares the common in
terest in football, and also enjoys
watching track meets.
She agrees its nice the Millrace
is again flowing, but isn’t too happy
with a recent first-hand inspection.
Helen was routed from bed to be
told of her selection as a finalist. “I
was so sleepy it took me quite a
while to realize I was surprised,”
Roger Middleton is an ex-music
major. He still plays in dance
bands, but the golden dollar sign of
law has beckoned him into pre-law.
Rog graduated in 1948 from Sa
lem High, where he ran up a string
of activities, including the debate
team and junior class and student
body presidencies. While in high
school he led a 14-piece dance band.
Playing trumpet with E. Z. Za
rones’ six-piece combo takes its
share of Rog’s time and energy—he
doubles in bass-fiddle.
An interest in golf is a recent ad
dition to the life of the “almost red
haired” candidate. He proved his
claim that his instructor was a
"good Joe” by showing up for his
interview during the time of his
Movie Club Slates
“La Symphonie Pastorale,” star
ring Michele Morgan, will toe pre
sented at the Mayflower Theater
for two showings each evening
next Tuesday and Wednesday.
Based on the novel by Andre
Gide, this movie is the first in a
series of six first-class foreign
films to be brought to Eugene
under the sponsorship of the newly
organized Foreign Movie Club.
Members of the club will pay 50
cents to see the films. Non-mem
bers will pay 70 cents.
Students may join by taking out
a pledge card either in the Co-op
or in the office of Rene L. Picard,
211 Friendly. A pledge card will be
granted after the students have
shown student body cards. No
money is necessary.
Season tickets for non-students
are on sale for $3.
Bards, an organization of young
authors, is seeking written mater- [
ial by unknown authors for Copy
Magazine, the association publica
Stories, plays, poetry, or any
kind of written material is needed. ]
Copy Magazine is unable to pay its
contributors, but the material may ,
be republished. No rejection slips
will be sent out, but authors will
be notified of acceptance.
Bai ds was organized in Los An- j
geles by a group of young writers
to discover, encourage, and further
creative literary talents of un
Contributions to Copy Magazine
should be sent to: Copy Magazine,
139 South Beverly Hills Drive,
Suite 333, Beverly Hills, Cal.
(Continued jrom page one)
Some of Flagstad’s selections
were rendered with triumphant
dignity; some she sang with a
seemingly ingenuous happiness.
"I have sung at so many Uni
versities lately,” she commented.
“In Seattle—in Seattle (where she
sang at the University of Washing
ton’s Meany Hall) they were very
Madame Flagstad was met back
stage after the concert by a flock
of autograph-seekers and a portly
woman who claimed to be directly
descended from the first kings of
Norway, the singer’s native coun
try. Flagstad’s accompanist, Vlad
imir Brenner, stood quietly by
commenting on the heat in Mc
Arthur Court and the vast amount
of perspiration running down his
Immediately after the concert
Madame Flagstad left Eugene for
Portland. From there she will go
to Los Angeles, where she will sing
"O'" Meeting Cancelled
The Order of the O meeting
scheduled for today has been post
poned, Jim Bartelt, president, an
nounced yesterday. The next meet
ing will be held Nov. 3.
AWS Central Board to Control
Poster, Speech, Ticket Activities
Campus activities in poster
making, flying speeches, and ticket
selling will hereafter be coordina
ted under a central board composed
of house activity chairmen, mem
bers of the AWS cabinet decided
Formerly, chairmen desiring
posters, speeches, or ticket-selling
called women’s living organiza
tions at random and asked for
workers. Consequently, the bulk
of the work often fell on only a
Under the new system, any com
mittee chairmen, honoraries, or
other campus groups will call three
women students in charge of dis
tributing work, and these women
will, in turn, notify living organi
The three are Gwen Ramsey,
Highland House, posters; Beverly
Buckley, Delta Delta Delta, fly
ing speeches; and Delores Jeppe
sen, who may be reached at the
campus YWCA, ticket-selling.
The newly-formed activities
board hopes the new centralized
system will distribute activities
evenly throughout women’s living
organizations, stated Nancy Kuhn
hausen, chairman. Activity chair
men will meet weekly to discuss
suggestions and problems that
Cabinet members stressed the
fact that the activities board will
not supply material for workers.
This must be provided by chair
men who make requests.
Also discussed at the meeting
were plans for installing a filing
system on freshman women’s ac
tivities and a survey to look into
possible use of an activity point
Six Stations Add'Huddle Time'
Six additional stations will car
ry “Webfoot Huddle Time” begin
ning Oct. 31, W. H. Ewing, head
of the University radio division,
has announced. The new stations
and their locales are:
KUIN—Grants Pass, KFLW—
Klamath Falls, KBKR —- Baker,
KLBM — La Grande, KWRC —
Pendleton, and KOOS—Coos Bay.
Increased coverage of the popu
lar sports show will not affect the
local time schedule. “Webfoot Hud
dle Time” will continue to be heard
at 8 p.m. over KOAC Monday.
Saturday is the deadline for
submitting application to the Ore
gon State Civil Service Commis
sion for the Personnel Assistant II
Purpose of the examination is
to establish eligible lists from
which future vacancies in depart
ments of the state government will
Minimum qualifications include
one year of full time paid exper
ience in technical work in recruit
ment, classification, or research
and public personnel problems; and
graduation from a four-year col
lege or university. Applicants must
be citizens of the United States and
residents of Oregon.
A personnel assistant assists a
superior or independently performs
technical personnel work.
Preference will be given to vet
Application forms and further
information may be obtained from
the Office of Graduate Placement,
216 Emerald Hall.
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