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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (March 6, 1950)
Delts Observe Founders Day
Members of Delta Tau Delta as
sembled yesterday at the Eugene
Hotel for the fraternity’s annual
founders’ day banquet, which was
attended by Donald M. DuShane
and Vergil Fogdall of the Univer
sity Office of Student Affairs.
Harold Brenton, national presi
dent of Delta Tau Delta, in an
after-dinner address, told Delts of
the local chapter and members of
the Portland and Eugene alumni
groups that a fraternity man’s role
in college is one of 'using his ex
perience to help younger men in
The dinner was attended by
about 70 persons.
Beside Brenton, DuShane, and
Fogdall, Hugh Shields, national
executive secretary of Delta Tau
Delta, and John Nichols, president
of the western division of the fra
ternity, also were honored guests
at the banquet.
President Bob Welch of the local
chapter was toastmaster for the
IT'S A HIT
So YOU can see it...
Two Special Performances of
THE WARRIOR'S HUSBAND
Monday March 6—tickets available
at box office
Tuesday, March 7—tickets available
at Co-op Monday;
at box office Tuesday
Admission $h Call 5-1511, ext. 401
IT'S A RIOT
Two things every
college man, should know!
l* This is an Art Major. Really
a sketch. Thinks Monet makes the world
go round. His question in life is where does
Van Gogh Vermeer.[Knows Rem brand is nothing to
sneeze at. Often goes to bed with shades half drawn.
AoJ* This is a "Manhattan” Sportshirt.
We've a whole gallery of these solid-colored.
rayon masterpieces, in a paletteful of colors.
Just picture yourself in one.
Air Force Seeks
The XL S. Air Force has an
nounced a program to build up an
officer corps composed in large part
of college graduates.
General Hoyt S. Vandenberg,
Air Force chief of staff, urges col
lege students to examine the
career opportunities within the
Graduates of accredited schools
may apply for commissions as of
ficers, or if they hold reserve com
missions, for extended active duty.
Vandenberg reports that new
pay scales, effective Oct. 1, 1949,
have raised beginning Air Force
wages so they compare favorably
with beginning salaries in civilian
Information concerning oppor
tunities in cadet pilot training,
navigator training, officer candi
date school, and extended reserve
duty may be obtained from Karl
W. Onthank, graduate placement
director, 216 Emerald Hall.
Application blanks for the pro
gram are available at any U. S.
Army-Air Force recruiting station
or by writing to Headquarters, U.
S. Air Force, Director of Training,
Washington 25, D. C.
To Debate at U.O.
Two University of Oregon stu
dents will meet two Scottish stu
dents in debate Mar. 14 at 8 p. m.
in the University Theater.
Subject for the public debate will
be "That this House deplores the
use of propaganda, political or
commercial.” Taking the negative
will be Don Dimick, third year law
student, and Howard Zimmerman,
graduate student in speech.
They will oppose David D. T.
Reid of the University of Glasgow
and Malcolm David Webster-Low
of the University of Edinburgh,
-who will take the affirmative.
Libe Paper Clipping
Seen on Increase
An increase in clipping of news
papers in the circulation depart
ment of the University library has
been noted by Miss Elizabeth
Findly, head reference librarian.
Miss Findly points out that the
newspapers are not only used daily,
but are bound and kept for future
reference and research. “Prob
ably no one cares about your cous
in’s wedding announcement which
you clip out,” she admitted, “but
it may ruin the story on the back
of the page.”
She noted also that there is a
law providing for fines of not less
than 5 dollars nor more than 50
dollars, or imprisonment not ex
ceeding six months which can be
applied in these cases.
Civil Service Offers
Opportunities in the therapeutic
and diatetic fields are now offered
by the U. S. Civil Service Commis
Trained persons wishing federal
positions in physical, occupational,
or speech therapy, should contact
the University Graduate Place
ment Service, 216 Emerald Hall.
Examinations for Student Diet
ician, salary $1470 per year, are
currently announced by the com
mission. Requirements for the
position include a B.S. degree in
foods, nutrition, or institution
management. A year of post-grad
uate study or three years experi
ence in one of these fields is rec
ommended, but not necessary.
Prizes totalling $150 will be
awarded to students displaying the
best personal libraries of not over
50 volumes during the Library Day
Prize Contest, May 13.
Rules and information on the
contest will be available to stu
dents Mar. 10 in the library brows
ing room, Miss Bernice Rise, head
of the library circulation depart
ment has announced.
Awards will be made in three
divisions, the undergrate student’s
general library, undergraduate stu
dent’s specialized library, and grad
uate student's library, specialized
or general. There will be three
prizes in each division.
Miss Rise urges interested stu
dents to look over their personal
libraries while home for spring va
cation and bring the books back
Dr. Lawrence R. Campbell, pro
fessor of journalism, attended the
Pacific Slope School Press Clinic
Friday on the University of Wash
ington campus in Seattle. Eight
states sent representatives to the
Dr. Campbell, executive secre
tary of the Oregon Scholastic
Press and the Oregon Association
of Journalism Advisers, represent
ed the two organizations at the
speaker’s banquet Friday evening'.
For Hoop Tourney
Students attending the State
High School Basketball tourna
ment, to be held in McArthur
court on Mar. 14-18, will be ad
mitted at student’s general admis
sion prices, except on Friday and
Adult admission will be charged
for Friday and Saturday nights.
Students prices will be 35 cents
in the morning, GO cents in the
afternoon, and 90 cents for night
games. Adult prices for general
admission will be $1.80 on Friday
night and $2 on Saturday night.
All adult reserve seats will be $2.40.
First Student: Let’s cut philo
Second Student: Can't I need
FOR SALE—Wardrobe trunk, like
new, deluxe fixtures, only $25.
Phone 5-3174. 94
glasses lost at Music School—
Have personal value. Phone
5-7250 or Ext. 208. 96
FOR SALE—'42 fourdoor Ford 6 D.
Picker Stitzer A3. 94
FOR RENT—Two nice double and
two single rooms. Graduates &
Seniors preferred. Phone 4
2090, Mrs. Holmer. 96
glasses lost at Music School—
Have personal value. Phone
5-7250 or Ext. 20S. 90-92-94-96
LOS T—Pink Plastic Rimmed
Glasses. Phone Jackie Gonrath,
LOST—Blue saphire ring lost in li
brary. John Huber, 4-0091. 97
Browsing Hour Ends
The final Browsing hour this
term was presented Sunday, and
featured records from the collec
tion of Philbrook Heppner, senior
The programs are sponsored by
Mu Phi Epsilon patronesses and
An Illinois boy of five plays a
saxophone. Well, he isn’t too old
I for spanking.
OF F E R S
Student Round Trip via
regular airlines.S^/IO 30
Rate* between other points or»
request. Free ticket tor groups
of 10 or more.
SH STUDENT GROUP TOURS
70 days - $940.
UNIVERSITY TRAVEL CO.
■■."Sped abstain Student Tours."
iHarvdir.d 'Sb.'. J&ombric|qe. Mass.
WHAT A PIP!"
THE CAPTAIN SHOUTED—
' AND THE TEAM
f ' GOT ON THE BEAM—
THEIR CANDY DREAM!
7 DELICIOUS PIECES
At all candy counters
and college canteens
THE SWEETS CO. OF AMERICA,. INC., HOBOKEN, N. J