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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 9, 1950)
Ad Week Starts
At U.O. Today
(Continued jrom page one)
the West. Alpha Delta Sigma and
Gamma Alpha Chi are associate
members of the organization.
Montgomery will conduct a
roundtable discussion with adver
tising majors Friday. The follow
ing day, he will interview advertis
1 ing seniors concerning advertis
ing positions on the Pacific coast.
A joint banquet, held also. on
Friday, will include initiation of
pledges in both fraternities.
Co-chairmen for the week are
Marilyn Turner, president of
Gamma Alpha Chi, and Jack
Schnaidt, president of Alpha Delta
Sigma. R. D. Millican, assistant
professor of advertising, is ad
visor of campus activities during
Advertising Recognition Week
will help to create greater recogni
tion of the values of advertising,
and aid in making business and in
dustry more aware of the force
and potence of advertising as a
sales tool, according to the associ
•Council to OK
The Eugene city council is
scheduled to accept a report of
the purchase of 75 parking meters
at its bi-weekly meeting tonight
in the city hall.
The meters will be installed in
the near future in the business
section adjacent to the campus.
Purchase of meters for tins dist
inct was suggested by the Univer
sity Civic Association, a group of
businessmen near the campus, to
facilitate a faster turnover in ve
hicle parking and to permit pat
rons a better chance to park near
The meters, to cost $75 each,
vill be installed within the next
30 to 60 days, according to City
Manager Oren King.
They will be put up on the business
side of 11th Avenue between Hil
lard and Alder, parts of Alder be
tween 31th and 13th, and along
13th in the block between Kincaid
Parking on the opposite side of
11th will be restricted w'hen the
meters have been installed in that
Since gold rush days of the early
3.850’s Oregon has produced gold
valued at more than 100 million
^ O R RENT — Single sleeping
rooms for men, $22.50 per month
or $60.00 per term. 1387 Onyx
(across from Straub Hall) Ph.
VANTED—-U. of O. couple to do
light housework for nice room
and board. 5-5222. 7
LOST—Black corde purse. Call
Lou Weston, 4-6021, Delta Zeta.
FOR SALE—1947 Buick custom
convertible to highest bidder.
Call Jack Baldwin, Sederstrom
hall, room 215. 56
LOST—Pair flesh colored glasses
in Side. Bob Kittilson, 4-2245.
KENT—Room and board for 2
students with car. Breakfast,
dinner, room, $60. 1486 E 25th,
phone 4-2731. 56
FOR SALE—New steel ski poles,
car rack, girl's skis, boots,
reasonable. Hulda Glos, ath
i letic dept., ext. 281. (11)
Slated by Group
Philadelphia House, newly or
ganized men’s cooperative living
organization, will participate in
intramural sports and other cam
pus activities as a group this
The house now has 22 members
and has facilities for approxim
ately 28 men.
Founded independently upon
Christian principles, the house is
interdenominational. The name
“Philadelphia" was chosen to
mean literally “house of brotherly
There are no official sponsors
for the group, which is now in
the process of ' incorporation.
Friends in various churches have
aided the group with donations.
Stan Turnbull, Assistant
Lorna Larson, Desk Editor.
Mary Ann Delsman
Mary Ann Delsman
Barbara Jean Johnson
Kitty Lou Shaw
To Meet Tuesday
Students interested in inter
collegiate debate, symposium, ex
temporaneous speaking, or other
speech activities may attend the
first winter term meeting of the
University Forensics Group, to be
held at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in 104
Debate topic for winter term
will be: “Resolved: The United
States should nationalize basic
The group is under the direction
of Dr. E. R. Nichols Jr.
Jobs for 824
Jobs for 824 students were lo
cated during fall term by the Uni
versity Employment Office, Miss
Shirley Sylvester, manager, re
ported Monday. Of these, 263 were
regular part-time or full-time jobs,
and the remaining 561 were tem
Temporary jobs consisted of
various odd jobs, and also office
work and sales. Both the campus
and downtown were covered by the
regular work, which was mainly
office work, sales work, and ser
In December, 122 jobs were lo
cated, 94 of which were temporary.
Little vacation work was found,
due to the short vacation before
Christmas. The majority of these
jobs were for girls.
4 p.m.—Heads of Houses meet
ing Alumni Hall, Gerlinger.
8 p.m.—Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia,
4 p.m. — Asklepiads, McClure
Hall, all members asked to attend.
'March of Dimes'
Petitions Due Today
Petition deadline for chairman
ship of the campus March of
Dimes drive is 4 p.m. today.
Duties of the campus chairman
include promotion and arranging
for campus contributions for the
yearly drive for funds to combat
Petitions may be turned in to
Gretchen Grondahl at Delta Delta
Delta or at the Emerald quonset.
Fraternity Initiation Set
Initiation of new members to
Delta Nu Alpha, national traffic
fraternity, will be held Tuesday
night at 6:30 in the Anchorage.
Price of the dinner is $1.50 and
members are asked to call Waites
Grande, Campbell Club, for reser
Theater Board Will Meet
The advisory board of the Uni
versity Theater will meet at 4
p.m. Thursday in the Green Room,
of the new theater. The student
faculty board will discuss studeni
nominations for the 1950 board.
Rally Squad Spots Open
Tryouts for rally squad yell
dukes will be open to men at 4 p.m,
Tuesday in McArthur Court. Fouif
new dukes will be selected for the
squad, Yell King Jim Crismon
stated last week.
Yes, Camels are 50 MILD that in a coast-to-coast test
of hundreds of rnen and women who smoked Camels—
and only Camels—for 30 consecutive days, noted throat
specialists, making weekly examinations, reported
NOT ONE SINGLE CASE OF THROAT
IRRITATION DUE TO SMOKING CAMELS!