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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 18, 1950)
PERSONAL—To Webfoot Repub
licans: Vote May 19, for Ore
gon's Fighting Senator Wayr^
Morse. (Webfoots for Wayne).
FOR SALE—Master’s Cap Gown
and Hood (Oregon Hood). All
wool practically new. $20.00.
Inquire at Co-op. 130
UKES — two more large orders
just received—wood and plastic.
Prices from $4.25. Best selection
in town. Wilson’s Music House,
39 E. 10th. (132)
WANTED—Student wants two
riders to east coast at end of
spring term. Phone Ext. 325. Bill
Gruman, 210 Sederstrom, Vets
FOR SALE—’48 Pontiac Conv. 8.
. Hydromatic. Immaculate. 18,000
miles. $1,985. Terms. Phone:
7-9992, 8-5. 133
LOST—Reversible Oregon jacket
at picnic Saturday. Call Rod
Smith 4-4255. Reward. 131
SUMMER JOBS—Bank experi
enced machine bookkeeper’s
wanted for summer work in Port
land. Approximately June
through September. Good salary
and pleasant working conditions.
Male or female. Apply through
the personnel Dept., United
■ States National Bank of Port
land, Brdwy. and Stark St.,
Portland, Oregon. 132
Finds One Guilty
One student was found guilty
and one not guilty at Tuesday
night’s session of the student
Both cases before the court in
volved student parking in the
Fi'iendly Hall faculty lot during
the school day. Students are al
lowed to park in the lot after 5
p.m. and before 7:45 a.m., but dur
ing the day parking is reserved
for faculty members.
One ticket was dismissed by the
court on the grounds that the
portion of the lot on which the
student’s car was found was in
adequately marked for no parking.
The other citation, for parking
in the service entrance west of
the faculty lot, was upheld and a
fine of $1 was paid.
Both students were warned that
fines would be doubled in the fu
ture unless a parking sticker, is
sued by the University free of
charge to student car-owners, wras
attached to a window of each car.
Tuesday night will be the last
meeting of the student court this
Plans Two Lectures
Dr. Hans Kelsen, professor of
political science at the University
of California, will lecture at 8 p.m.
today and 11 a.m. Friday in 3
The topic of today’s lec
ture will be “Peace—By Court or
Government.” Friday morning he
will speak on the “North Atlantic
Pact and the Charter of the Uni
Kelsen will speak under the aus
pices of the University Lectures
Coinmittee, the Graduate School,
and the political science depart
His billfold was lost,
He couldn't pay his way
An Emerald Classified
^Would have saved the day.
By JACK LANDRUD
Well, the sun finally burst
through the cloud barricade and
people are skipping classes like
made trying to get a better tan
t ' an the person who lives across
the street. Ah, spring term!
The pinned parade has picked up
many additions, some of whom are
Alfafee Maxine Anhonry and ATO
Dick Gehr, Marian Briner of Or
ides and Sig Bp Allan Kershaw, DZ
Dorothy Bouffleur and PiKPhi Cal
Nesbitt, Alpha Xi Beth Olson and
TKE Jerry Markham, and Kathy
Newman, famous Theta phone
caller, and Kappa Sig Bill Clausen.
Word received from the AOPi
house is that there is “no activity,
whatsoever’’ there, except that
Shirley “Grandmother” Dalton is
now wearing a crew-cut!
Officially ringed are ADPi Fran
Baldwin and DU Lou Hedlund, Al
pha Xi Ethel Anderson and Yeo
man Chuck Hallin, Tri-Delt Bev
Buckley and Delt graduate Dave
Robathan, Theta Sally Waller and
Chi Psi Hank Kinsell, who is now
Speaking of Stanford, Jack Riv
venburgh and Dick “Moose” Fa
ville from that school spent last
weekend here “soshing” during
Junior Weekend Festivities.
Wearing the Beta badge of U. of
Washington’s Carl Carlson is
AChiO Charmaine Sheffer.
Also picking up new hardware
recently are Sigma Kappa Lillian
Schott who captured the Phi Sig
emblem of Hal Derran and Pi Phi
Davida Riddell who boasts Bert
Bergstrom’s Phi Psi pin.
Our first “Eligible of the Week,”
Kappa Sue Seley seems to have
definite interests in the Phi Delt
Blushing; sweetly at the mention
of footballer Darrell Robinson’s
name is Freshman Ann Thayer.
Brandishing new jools are Theta
Diane Bekins who received same
from SAE Tom Elliott, Alfafee
Mary Aiken who engineered a sim
ilar transaction with Kappa Sig
Raoul Duerden, and DZ Sandra
Scott who latched onto the Phi
Kap crest of Bill Marshall.
Question of the Week: When are
Pi Phi Miml Jones and Kappa Sig
Mike Haggerty going to get pinned
and stop fooling around?
Ending a lengthy courtship in a
pinning were Pi Phi Bert Tussing
and ATO Prexy Joe Richards.
Wonder if that will change Bert’s
plans about going to Hawaii'this
The ZTA house dance Saturday
night, themed “Driftwood Drag,”
featured a special combo of ukes,
sax, trumpet, and piano which was
very heartily received.
Trading in Bill Hayes’ Beta pin
for an engagement ring was AChiO
Return Visit to U.O.
Representatives o f Lipman,
Wolfe & Company, Portland de
partment store, will visit the cam
pus again this morning.
Lipman Wolfe is seeking gradu
ates for permanent merchandising
positions and junior college women
for College Eoard jobs.
Robert Hirstel, employment
manager, and Miss Dorothy Day,
fashion co-ordinator, will conduct
Further information and inter
view appointments are available
in the Graduate Placement Office,
216 Emerald Hall.
Indian Art on Display
Reproductions of the art of In
dia are now on display in the lib
rary of the Oriental Art Museum.
The group includes illustrations of
wall paintings, metal work, and
Time for the “Eligible of the
Week” and our current title win
ner is (unknown to her) AChi O
Pat Foley! This luscious miss
stands 5 feet 6 inches, weighs
about about 112 pounds, has very
blonde hair and blue eyes. Pat hails
from Pendleton and will talk for
hours about that city’s famous
Round-up. She is majoring in art,
although a favorite hobby is cook
ing. Pat fascinates all by talking in
an original Eastern Oregon drawl,
is unusually good-natured and is
terrific date material for any oc
casion. Phone number is 5-9162
(Gee, this sounds great—wonder
if I have a chance ?)
EMERALD ADS BRING RESULTS
Walter J. Holland
PROVEN ABILITY, EXPERIENCED,
16 YEARS OF SERVICE
BLOUSE BY DESDA'8 -JEWELRY BY BEE MORTON
Yes, Camels are SO MILD that in a coas»
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
om single case