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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 21, 1950)
FOR SALE — Tuxedo — New, size
38-40. $25. Ph. 7-9126. 66
FOR RENT—Sewing machine. $3.
a month. Phone. 4-6592. 89
FOR SALE—’35 Ford 4dr. Sd. $83.
chrome hubs, good rubber. License
to 1952. H. E. Hess. 874 E 13th
4 5-1308 (86)
, LOST — Plastic rimmed glasses.
Eric Mathews. 5-9146. (86)
' Classified ads bring quick results.
’For speedy service, use Emerald
Classifieds serve you.
Austrian Students to Present
Program of Folk Dances, Songs
Thirty-one Austrian students will
present a program of folk dances,
folk songs, yodeling, and Austrian
melodies on Friday, Mar. 3 at the
Eugene High School Auditorium.
The program is called "Merry
Scenes from Austria.”
The 31 were culled from a group
of 700 university students. Each
can play two instruments and
knows the typical dances and
songs. They are on a 9-month
tour of North America which
started in November.
They intend to learn the Amer
ican way of life, study American
education-methods, acquaint Amer
ica with Austrian culture, and win
sympathy and understanding for
Felix Molzer, conductor of the
Vienna Choir Boys, will lead the
group. They are sponsored by the
UNESCO Commission for Austria,
the U. S. National Student Associ
ation, Dr. Ludwig Kleinwachter,
Austrian minister to the U. S., and
Clarence Pickett, executive secre
tary of the American Friends’
'Service Committee, and others.
Tickets will be sold by represent
atives of service clubs, at the Com
munity Center YMCA-YWCA, and
at a place to be announced later.
The price will be $1.
Forgetfulness is a virtue only if
you can remember the right thing
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IV#, Camels are SO MILD that in a coast-to-coast test
of hundreds of men and women who smoked Camels—
and only Camels—for 30 consecutive days, noted throat
specialists, making weekly examinations, reported
t i isor om: sixcle case of throat
IRRITATIOX due to smoking CAMELS!
Lines were in evidence at Emer
ald Hall Monday during the 10
minute period between classes as
students secured registration ma
terial, but were relatively non-ex
istent at other times.
Between 1,500 and 2,000 stu
dents secured material Saturday,
the first day of advance registra
tion, Clifford L. Constance, reg
istrar, reported Monday night.
Monday’s figures were not avail
Today through Friday, students
may complete the first three reg
istration steps: (1) obtaining reg
istration material, (2) building
study program with adviser’s ap
proval, and (3) enrolling in courses
The remaining three steps may
be completed anytime from today
to noon, Mar. 4. These are (4)
cheeking with student affairs,' (5)
checking with the registrar, and
(6) paying fees to the cashier.
All full-time undergraduate stu
dents who attended classes here
winter term must complete at least
the first five steps during advance
registration or be assessed the
full late fee of $5. Regular regis
tration will take place Mar. 27
through noon, Apr. 8.
Veterans will complete steps one
through four in the same manner
as non-veterans. While obtaining
material (step 1) however, veter
ans should be sure to pick up the
veterans’ supplies card in addition
to the regular material. This card
is to be completed after courses
have been listed and stamped on
the registration card.
After Step 4, the student affairs
check, veterans will follow special
procedures that cannot be com
pleted before Mar. 27. These are
(5) check with registrar, (6)
clearance with cashier, and (7)
drawing of authorized books and
Veterans on state aid will com
plete the same registration steps
Those attending school on P. L.
16 should submit registration ma
terial to Veterans Administration
officers on the second floor of Em
erald Hall anytime after complet
ing Step 4, but before Step 5.
The Sidney Hillman Foundation
has announced its 1950 prize award
contest hi general, periodical and
labor journalism, radio and televi
sion, fiction, and drama and mo
Material, to he filed before Feb.
1, 1951, may be submitted by the
author, his publication, or his
agent. Only work appearing in
1950 publications is elegible for
$500 award will be made in each
of the eight fields.
Details can be obtained from
The Sidney Hillman Foundation,
Inc., 15 Union Square, New York,
3, New York.
Delta Gamma — Theta Chi
Cappa Alpha Theta—Pi Kappa Phi
Delta Delta Delta—Sigma Phi Ep
Darson 5—Phi Delta Theta
Pi Beta Phi—Delta Tau Delta
Chi Omega—Phi Kappa Psi
Sigma Kappa—Delta Upsilon
Alpha Xi Delta—Sigma Chi
Alpha Omicron Pi — Phi Sigma
Gamma Phi Beta—Sigma Nu
Alpha Chi Omega—Faculty
Lambda Chi — Alpha Gamma
Alpha Xi Delta
Lemon & Orange Squeeze
Kappa Alpha Theta
Pi Beta Phi
Kappa Kappa Gamma
Sweden fo Hold
Land cruises from Stockholm to
Lapland this summer have been
announced by the Swedish State
Railways. Cruises will travel
northward from Stockholm through
Dalecarlia, across the Artie Circle,
on to Kiruna, to the fjord land
scape of Narvik, and back to
Trains will be equipped with
lounge and bar cars, library, show
er baths, accessible baggage car,
and facilities for movies and radio,
offering views of Sweden “off the
beaten track, but with all the com
fort of a ship cruise.”
Further information on the
cruises may be obtained from the
Swedish National Travel Office,
630 Fifth Avenue, New York 20,
Song Book Demand
Brings New Sale
As a result of popular demand,
there will be a second sale of the
fraternity and sorority songbooks
compiled by the YWCA freshman
music commission at the Co-op to*
The books contain one song; from
each fraternity and sorority rep
resented on the Oregon campus.
The first sale was held on Valen
tine’s Day. Since that time num
erous requests have come to the
YWCA for additional copies. Since
there are a few copies remaining,
another sale will be held today.
Members of the music commis
sion and the Tuesday afternoon
commission will act as sales per
Consultant Aids City
Raymond P. Underwood, legal
consultant of the Bureau of Muni
cipal Research on the campus, met
with the Coburg city council last
night. He is advising the city on
preparation of a new charter and
methods of financing a program
of water supply expansion.
& SUPPLY CO.
Sales and Service
30 E 11th