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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 28, 1949)
'Quite a Few Apples Needed'
For Art School Party Cider
How many apples are needed to make 35 to 40 gallons of eider?
Chief Apple Picker Jeff Case of the Associated Students of
Architecture and Allied Arts unholstered his K-&-E-type duplex slide
rule and began calculating.
He allowed for amateur pressmen and a mechanical press, for
the inevitable tasting, for the differing sizes and densities of the
various kinds of apples, for loss by evaporation, for expansion or
contraction due to temperature, and concluded: “Quite a few apples
But Case’s apple pickers are undaunted. They guarantee that
from 35 to 40 gallons of cider will be available for the Frosh Party
sponsored Saturday njght; Oct. 29, by the Associated Students of the
Architecture and Allied Arts School.
Assisting Case with the picking and pressing are Ardette Daniels,
Donna Boddy, Jim McGrath, A1 SLaehli, De Norval Unthank, Donald
Crump, Warren Carkin, Jeanne Hall, Kitty Lou Shaw, Cary Plaskett,
and Myrna Lou Wormington.
Picking will be done in local orchards, pressing will be
The cider press was donated by Don Gureimer of Eugene.
yA new guidance folder, “Ten
Areas to Explore in'Choosing a
Vocation,” is scheduled for publi
cation by the Office of Student Af
fairs, Vergil S. Fogdall, director
of men's affairs, announced Thurs
An earlier issue of the folder,
published in mimeograph form, has
b^en available for student use pre
vious to this time.
The new edition was written by
Fogdall and H. C. McMurtry,
counselor in the University Coun
Publication of the guidance fol
der will be another step toward
• Campus living organizations are
reminded by Oregana Business
Manager Jim Sanders that No.v. 1
is the deadline for space payments
to the Oregana.
Come to a
meeting of the
7 pan. Mon., Oct. 31
If I •ift- hsAtDEIf- DIAL 5-I02Z
TUE-WED., Nov. 1-2
NOTHING LESS THAN A
MASTERPIECE - - -
— With —
Foreign Movie Club
Sign a student membership
pledge card—or purchase a 53.00
Membership cards offered on
the campus at Rene Picard’s of
fice, 211 Friendly, Student Co
op or Mayflower and Heilig or at
the Appliance Center.
Your membership will help to
bring internationally popular
movies to Eugene.
A FOREIGN MOVIE CLUB
j finishing the series of folders pre
pared by the Office of Student Af
fairs. Pamphlets already available
to students are:
“If You’re an Apprentice in the
Art of Taking Examinations,”
“Some Tips for Scholastic Success
in the University of Oregon,” and
“Let’s Take an Inventory.” ■
Those desiring copies of these
folders may obtain them at the
Office of Student Affairs in Em
A men’s inter-dormitory bowling
league started operations Tuesday
night at a downtown alley with
eight teams beginning the 16-week
Plans include a women's league
which will start in the next week or
two and the addition of four more
men’s teams, according to Clarence
Naapi, Inter-Dorm Council mem
ber in charge of the bowling lea
The leagues will run until the end
of winter term with no bowling
scheduled over final week and the
vacation period, he said.
Jack Anderson was the top bowl
er of the evening as his Sederstrom
Hall team made a clean sweep over
the Hunter men. His 217 was high
score for the evening and his 531
was high for the serfies.
The consistent bowling of the
Merrick men gave them high team
score for the evening, however,
with 1467 points as they beat Sig
ma Hall. "•
The winning teams made a clean
sweep for the evening, each win
ning by a 4-0 score. Other winners
were Stan Ray over Sherry Ross
and Gamma over Sigma.
"The Apple Of Your Eye"
Gamma Alpha Chi
with a basket of APPLES
Monday 30 and Tuesday 31
SEE WHAT ELECTRICITY AND
RUNNING WATER HAVE DONE
TO "OUR WAY OF LIFE"
In Eugene, electricity and water are supplied at very low
rates by your municipally owned systems.
50 YEARS AGO
Coal Oil Lamps
Washboards & Tubs
Brooms and Mops
(You Can Add To These Lists Yourself)
EUGENE WATER 1ST ELECTRIC BOARD
Ivan Niven Article Will Be Published
Ivan Niven, associate professor
of mathematics, lias been notified
that his article, “The Iteration of
Certain Arithmetic Functions,”
will be published in the Canadian
Journal of Mathematics next year.
Niven has had several. articles
accepts for publication in Ameri
can journals but this is the first
accepted for the Canadian Journal.
The Journal, published by the
University of Toronto press, is the
quarterly publication of the Cana
dian Mathematical Congress.
Group I formerly to 14.50. Now 5.95
Group II formerly to 17.50.Now 8.95
Group III formerly to 22.50 .Now 11.95
FLANNELS—GABARDINES and TWEEDS
due to the drastic reduction for this sale
Phone there will he a charge for alterations.
5-7742 ^ 881 E. 13th
UNIVERSITY MANS SHOP
We have the perfect
t WTEftSON STS. EUGENE, OREGON
STILL TIME TO
HAVE YOUR SUIT PRESSED
Saturday, Oct. 29th—Last Day for
Issuing Supplies This Term
U. of O. Co-op