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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 30, 1949)
Physical Science Aid Exams Due
In Washington Office by Dec. 13
Applications for the U. S. Civil
Service Physical Science Aid ex
amination must be received in the
Commission’s Washington office
by Dec. 13, according to informa
tion received here.
Positions paying from $2,200 to
$3,100 will be filled from registers
compiled from .the examination.
For positions paying $2,450 and
above, applicants must have had
from one to four years of appro
priate experience in the physical
sciences. Pertinent education may
be substituted for required experi
Registers established from the
examination will also be used to fill
■positions as technical aid, technical
and scientific aid, laboratory help
er, scientific aid, computer, ob
server, museum of exhibits aid,
cryptanalyst, and other subpro
fessional scientific positions.
Optional branches covered are
chemists, physics, metallurgy, ge
ology, mathematics, and other
branches of physical science except
Vacancies to be filled exist in
Federal agencies in Washington,
D. C„ and vicinity.
Further information and applica
tion forms may be obtained from
the University graduate placement
office, Room 216, Emerald Hall.
Open to Students
Oregon students will be eligible
to play in the 1900 Intercollegiate
Bridge Tournament, Lester Jones,
Student Union Board chairman
Regulations concerning entering
the congest will be made public by
the Student Union Board in Janu
ary, Jones said. A preliminary
round will be played by mail in
February, with finalists meeting
in Chicago on April 21 and 22.
Expenses of the finalists will be
paid by the Intercollegiate Bridge
Tournament Committee w h i c h
sponsors the contest.
Tolerance is a word which has
several shades of meaning; to
some people it really means con
descension; to the Christian it
ought to mean sympathetic un
FOR SALE 1947 Pontine 8 taper.
4 new tires, radio, heater, spot,
low mileage. Private party, call
C-16S4 after 6:00. 40
FOR SALE — Corona portable.
Cheap. Rm. 4, Sherry Ross. . 46
WANTED—One man student to
share two rooms with 2 other
students. One bedroom, one
study room. Linens furnished.
1485 Hilyard, phone 4-0297. 47
RIDE— Married couple driving to
L.A. during Christmas vacation.
Take 2 riders. Share expenses.
See Walt Graydon, 1543 E. 15th,
Trailer No. 50. 47
FOUND — Lady's diamond ring.
Call 4-9233. 48
WANTED Ride to Coos Bay this
weekend. Eunice Peterson, Ph.
RENT Attention off campus stu
dents. House available for co-op,!
club, or group. 2 blocks from!
campus. Description 4 sleeping'
rooms inch porch, complete!
kitchen and bath upstairs. Ac-1
commodations 0-S men or worn-1
cn. All new furnishings. 720 E.1
13th. phone 5-3181. 49
To Elect Delegates
Campus Young Republicans will
meet this afternoon at 4 upstairs
in the Side to elect state conclave
The conclave, according to
Young GOP President Beldon Ow
ens has requested that members of
the organization pay yearly dues
at today’s meeting to be eligible
to vote for the delegates.
Book Debtors Get
Fall term purchasers of the
1950 Oregana who have already
paid $2 down on a yearbook are
reminded by Jim Sanders, busi
ness manager*, that they may
take one of two alternatives in
completing their payment before
The fee assessors in Emerald
Hall have been instructed to ac
cept during pre-registration:
1. A $2 payment which will
hold the 1950 book leaving
$2 to be taken from the
student's breakage fee.
2. A $4 payment which when
added to the down payment
will complete the full $6
cost of the book.
The Oregana purchaser must
tell the clerk which plan he
wants to use.
Students are urged by San
ders to note that whichever plan
the student chooses he must
have paid a $4 minimum to the
Oregana before Jan. 15 or for
feit the original $2 and his book
A special faculty committee for
the study of academic regulations
has bee n named by President
Harry K. Newburn.
Members are C. F. Weigle, chair
man; P. E. Eiscrer, K. J. O’Con
nell, E. S. Wengert, VV. J. Dixon,
A. H. Kunz, Robert Leeper, R. D.
Clark, and John Stehn.
Oregon at NY
Art Johnson, student body pres
ident, will represent students of
the state of Oregon at the 54th
annual Congress of American In
dustry in New York City, Dec. 7,
8, and 9.
Johnson is among 49 college
students—one from each state and
the District of Columbia—invited
to the conclave by the National
Association of Manufacturers. He
will leave for New York on Dec. 3.
While in New York, Johnson will
meet with University of Oregon
alumni in that area.
The college students, whose ex
penses, including transportation,
are to be paid by the NAM, will
have a chance to win one of six
prizes offered by that organization
for the best essay appraising the
Speakers who will be heard at
the three-day session include Sec
retary of Defense Louis Johnson,
Carlos P. Romulo, president of the
general assembly of the United
Nations, and Paul G. Hoffman,
head of the Economic Cooperation
By Movie Club
“Quartet,” the British produc
tion of four stories by W. Somerset
Maugham, and the second picture
in the Foreign Movie Club series,
will be shown at the Mayflower
Theater from Dec. 4 to Dec. 7.
A matinee will be given on Sun
day afternoon, with two evening
showings on each pf the four
Student pledge cards may be ob
tained until Sunday.
The Foreign Movie Club was or
ganized earlier in the fall by Rene
L. Picard, assistant professor of
Romance languages, to make pos
sible the showing of first-class for
eign pictures which could not be
brought to Eugene without an or
ganization of this sort.
We’ll skip the item about a
Connecticut doctor being held up
by a patient. Why rib the whole
Alpha Chi Omega — Delta Tau Delta
Stitzer Hall — University House
Carson Number Two — McChesney
Alpha Xi Delta — Phi Kappa Sigma
Rebec House — Preference
Lambda Chi Alpha — Gamma Phi Beta
Delta Delta Delta — Beta Theta Pi
Delta Zeta — Merrick Hall
Kappa Sigma — Alpha Omicron Pi
Hendricks Hall — Yeomen
Alpha Delta Pi — Chi Psi
Kappa Alpha Theta — Phi Psi
Sigma Phi Epsilon — Alpha Gamma Delta
Carson Number Five — Sederstrom
Kappa Kappa Gamma — Sigma Nu
Chi Omega — Sigma Alpha Mu
Alpha Tau Omega — Alpha Phi
Delta Upsilon — Preference
Pi Beta Phi — Phi Delta Theta
DANCES SATURDAY, DEC. 3:
Delta Delta Delta
Alpha Delta Pi
Alpha Omicron Pi
Zeta Tau Alpha
Ann Judson House
FIRESIDES, FRIDAY, DEC. 2:
Club Elects Officers
New officers for Les Thelemites,
French club, are President Mari
lyn Carpenter; vice- president,
Winfred Eggert; secretary-treas
urer, Alice Garrigus; publicity,
Coralie Nelson; and song-leader,
Les Thelemites will hold a rec
reational meeting Jan. 9 at Wes
ley House, to discuss plans for a
Montmartre party. The meeting
will feature French songs and re
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