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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 7, 1950)
FOR SALE—Tandem bicycle—
good condition. Call 4-4118. 102
FOUND- -Near McArthur, grey
metal folding chair—red set..
FOR SALE—Men's golf bag and
clubs, only §15. Good condition.
Phone 5-5501. 103
LOST—Theta Chi fraternity pin.
Raymond Swarthout. Call 4-6221.
Reward. ^ 102
FOR RENT—3 room furnished
apt. Couple preferred. $45.00.
727 E. Broadway. Ph. 4-8586. 102
LOST—Purse shaped billfold in
Co-op Tuesday afternoon by out
of town visitor. Reward. Call
Lois Ann Smith, Carson Hall 3.
FOR SALE—Oak typing table.
Good condition. 100 Cherney
Hall. 4 102
LOST—Flesh colored glasses in
black case between 106 Oregon
and Pregnant Gulch. Phone 4
LOST—Brown purse with glasses
and watch. Keep money as re
ward. Ph. 7-2706, or return to
Emerald Shack. 104
TRADE—35 sedan, R & H, plus
$150.00 for later model, consider
’cycle. Jim Hanna, 1427 Onyx. 103
BOARD—(good food!) With or
without room—Don’t let the
front scare you; we’ve just begun
repairs. Ask our boarders about
us. Better yet, drop in. 874 E.
13th twixt Taylors and Fennel’s.
New management. 103
Plan Easter Meet
University Lutheran students
have planned an Easter breakfast
for 8 Sunday morning at their
house, 1376 Alder.
Bach’s Cantata will be the sub
ject of a talk by Joseph Brye, head
of music at Oregon State College,
at the group’s regular 5:30 p. m.
At Beaux Arts
“No one will be allowed to enter
without a costume.”
That was the word from Chair
man Jack Broome regarding- the
Beaux Arts Ball, which will be
held from 8 to midnight Saturday
in Gerlinger annex.
“Costumes should be in keeping
with the theme of the Ball, ‘De
parted Spirits,’ ” said Jerry Smith,
assistant to Broome.
The Ball, an annual affair, is
sponsored by the Associated Stu
dents of Architecture and Allied
Only faculty members of the
School of Architecture and Allied
Arts, members of the ASAAA end
their dates, and special guests will
No tickets will be sold at the
A featured intermission enter
tainer will be Fred Sausville,
sophomore in architecture and al
lied arts, who will mimic several
radio and stage personalities.
Music for dancing will be by
Freddy Yahn and his orchestra.
Membership in the ASAAA is
open to all students in the School
of Architecture and Allied Arts,
costs $1 a person for the year, and
entitles one to attend all functions
sponsored by the association.
Asst: Managing Editor: Tom King.
Desk Editors: Jackie Pritzen,
Copy Desk: Mary Lou Stanberry,
Dolores Dyer, Shirley Ildstat,
Night Editor: Abbott Paine.
Night Staff: Clifton Dickerson,
Larry Hobart, and Don Dewey.
WSSF is the American agency
for World Student Relief.
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Chocolate Easter Bunnies and Chickens
Hand Dipped Chocolates
Made in Eugene for your Eating Enjoyment
Sugar Plum Candy Shop
63 E. Broadway
• SEND YOUR
New Jobs Available
Says Civil Service Man
“Job opportunities are constantly
opening up, although on a long
range basis,” James M. Clinton,
acting director of the Oregon civil
service, told students Thursday.
Approximately 65 students as
sembled in room 3 Fenton to dis
cuss civil service employment with
a group of state representatives
headed by Clinton.
Clinton emphasized the need for
“You might not be hired for six
months or a year, but with the
present surplus of candidates you
must apply now,” he said.
Some positions in specialized
fields are available now, he re
ported. He also mentioned sum
mer work in the highway, forestry,
and agriculture departments which
will be open in the next few
George Robinson, chief examiner,
described the advantages of the
exam system. ‘'Take the exam
even if it does not assure you of a
position,” he said.
Both Clinton and Robinson
stated that state salaries are com
parable to those in private in
State representatives participat
ing in the conference included
Adam Lafor, division of aduits;
Gordon Shattuck, unemployment
compensation commission; A. T.
Johnson, state board of health, and
Miss Margaret White, state public
Information on givil service ex
aminations may be obtained from
Karl W. Onthank, graduate place
ment director, room 216 Emerald.
In "Danceable 15“
“Freddy Martin (above) plays
Jerome Kern”. . . Make Believe,
Smoke Gets In Your Eyes, Who, 3
others in a brand-new album “De
signed For Dancing”! 15 such al
bums just released by RCA Victor.
15 big-name bands, 15 great com
posers! 90 great hits, with the solid
danceable beat you’ve yearned for!
Hear Martin’s album and you’ll
want to roll back the rug and dance!
Own all 15 albums! At
GRAVES MUSIC CO.
to San Francisco
SENSATIONAL NEW STREAMLINER
Huge ‘‘Skyview” picture windows • Feather touch doors • Baggage
elevators • Coffee shop car • Dining car • Tavern car
SWIFT DAILY RUN
Lv. Eugene.10:13 A.M. Ar. Klamath Falls 2:13: P.M.
Ar.San Francisco 11:15 P.M.
Connects with "Owl" at Martinez, arriving Los Angeles
10:55 next morning.
LOOK AT THESE LOW FARES!
San Francisco Los Angeles Klamath Falls
One-way R. trip One-way R. trip One-way R. trip
$$11.80 $21.25 $18.65 $33.60 $5.70 $10.30
Plus federal tax of 15%
Similar low fares to other points
All chair car seats reserved but no charge for
For tickets, reservations or information call
■■ The friendly Southern Pacific
R. E. Dean, Agent Phone 4-1441