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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 4, 1950)
*TV Contest Open
Students may now submit scripts
for three remaining $250 nation
wide college awards in television
writing, the Columbia Broadcast
ing System has announced.
Entries are due on the 20th of
i Apr., May, or June in the semester
Results will be announced on the
last Friday of each month and are
judged by a board of four, includ
(ing Novelist John Steinbeck. Win
ner of the first of the four competi
tions was an Ohio State student.
Entry forms may be obtained
from CBS Awards, 15 E. 47th St.,
New York 17, N. Y.
Two openings in the Organized
Reserve Corps for enlisted men
who are interested in military in
telligence, were recently announced
by the department of military
One of the positions is to be filled
immediately and the other is to be
"filled sometime in the future.
Previous experience in the intel
ligence division is preferred, but
not required, the department
! stated. Anyone who is interested
and qualified for the position may
see Rudulph Ottenbacher, 104
Draws Four Men
Four University students were
among 19 new enlistes or trans
fers recently added to Headquart
ers and Headquarters Company,
426th Transportation Truck Bat
talion, Organized Reserve Corps,
according to Lt. Col. Charles F.
Ziebarth, professor of business ad
ministration and commander of the
New student members of the or
ganization are Jack M. Fahrner,
graduate student in chemistry, Gil
bert W. Copenhaver, senior in ar
chitecture and allied arts, Marvin
E. Walpole, senior in business ad
ministration, and Eugene J. Ten
dollen, graduate student in political
Needed for Meet
Students with scientific interests
and hobbies to submit are eligible
to attend the Oregon Student Sci
ence Conference at Lewis and
Clark College on April 29.
Examples are such scientific pro
jects as slide-sets, research pro
jects, models, maps, charts, im
provements, or striking demon
Applications should be sent to
Tom Larson, President OSSC,
Lewis and Clark College, Box 149,
Portland 7, Oregon.
Watch and Clock
All Work Guaranteed
• JEWELRY REPAIRS
AT THE WATCH REPAIR
871 E. 13th Ave.
6:30—Kwama, Carson Hall.
Phi Theta Upsilon, Alpha Chi
Omega. Members are re
quested to wear uniforms.
6:45—Athletic managers of wo
men’s living organizations,
Room 121, Gerlinger Hall.
7:00—Skull and Dagger, Delta Tau
Hui O Kamaaina, Gerlinger
Christian Science organiza
tion, 1251 Emerald St.
Deseret Club, YMCA.
Inter dorm Council down
stairs at the Side. Both old
and new presidents are to
OSC Dan Poling
Dan Poling, dean of men at Ore
gon State College, is now a stu
dent in the University.
He registered last week with
the Registrar’s Office as a grad
uate student seeking a doctorate
in education. He told University
officials that he was now under
their jurisdiction, but only on Mon
days, Wednesdays, and Fridays.
On these three days uean Poling
commutes from Corvallis to attend
classes. On Tuesdays and Thurs
days he may be found in his own
office at OSC.
Students in Europe and Asia lack
adequate food, clotHing, housing,
medical aid, and books. WSSF
helps alleviate these needs.
Civil Service Representatives
To Visit U. O. for Job Talks
Representatives from the State
Civil Service Commission will visit
the University Thursday to inform
students of Civil Service opportun
ities and to recruit applicants for
Students may meet the repre
sentatives at a scries of meetings
to be held throughtout the day.
The conference will begin with
a general meeting in 3 Fenton,
from 2-2:30 p. m. James M. Clin
ton, acting director, and George
Robinson, chief examiner, will
speak at this meeting. Both Clin
ton and Robinson are University
Following' the general meeting'
will be a series of concurrent sec
i tion meetings to begin at 2:30
p. m. Accounting, auditing, and re
lated occupations will be discussed
in 206 Commerce, personnel, pub
lic relations, and general business
in 5 Commerce, social work in 206
Oregon, and health and biological
science in 3 Fenton.
Karl W. Onthank, graduate
placement director described the
conference as similar to one held
last January by the Federal Civil
Seniors are especially invited, but
students of all grade levels are
urged to attend.
“Your Campus is Studded with
with Feature Ideas” is the title of
an article written by Sister Mary
Gilbert, graduate student in jour
nalism here, which appeared in the
February-March issue of Quill and
Scroll, official organ of the Quill
and Scroll, international honorary
society for high school journalists.
Women Rushees to Sign
All women interested in spring
term rushing are urged to sign up
with the office of Women’s Affairs
j in Emerald Hall, Joan White, Pan
hellenic president announces.
By Phi Chi Theta
Phi Chi Theta, national women’s
business honorary, will install new
officers at 6:30 tonight at the Al
pha Xi Delta house.
New officers are Pat McGinty,
president; Bonnie Glenger, vice
president; Yvonne Strine, secre
tary; Betty Jo Carlton, treasurer;
and Frances Lowry, historian.
Two spring term fee scholarship;!
have been awarded to University
students, Pegge Ann Beeman and
Jean Lorraine Livingston by the
Eugene Quota Club, professional
Miss Beeman. Rebec House, is
a sophomore majoring in English.
Miss Livingston, a junior from Uni
versity House, is majoring in art.
Both intend to teach in their re
Only one scholarship is usually
awarded spring term by the Quota
Club. The second one was made
available through a donation from
Mrs. Margarite Weigant Bowman.
Los Angeles, who was the first re
cipient of the Quota Club scholar
ship nine years ago.
WSSF helps break down the
barriers to international under
FUROPE BY BICYCLE
Low-cost Student Tours, Bus or
Bike From 63 days, $435, all inc.
Students’ International Travel Association
\V. A. Roccker, For. Lang. Dept. 4-9496
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