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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1950)
SU Issues Call
An urgent call for pin-setters
was issued yesterday by Lou Bell
isimo, Student Union recreation
manager, who said he can use at
least 50 names of prospective
workers in the new SU bowling
Pin-setters in the SU will be
paid a rate of 9 cents a line, which
Bellisimo explained is the regular
rate in this area.
Hours in the basement bowling
alleys at the SU are 9 a. m. until
10:30 p. m. on week-days, until
midnight or 1 a. m. on Friday
nights and until 1 a. m. Saturday
night. Sunday hours will be noon
until 8 p. m.
Pin-setters will work with semi
automatic setting machines. A
pin-boys’ room behind the alleys
is available for all setters where
they may relax and study when
hot working. They will get special
PTtes-if they care to bowl or play
There’s a superstition in Peru
that a quake may occur in any
month in which Sunday is the
seventh day. Shaking for a seven. I
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BUSTER McCLURE, Webfoot
line coach, claims rodeos as his
hobby. Two years ago he won
the novice calf roping cham
pionship at Reno, and next
Satnrday he’ll be trying to rope
the UCLA Brnin at Los Angeles.
Two o'clock today will bo the
absolute deadline for entries in
the intramural football league.
Everett D. Perry, assistant in
tramural director, has sent out
entry blanks to all living organi
zations. The early deadline has
been set in order to get the IM
program started as quickly as
All managers or representatives
of living organizations entered in
the league are asked to meet at
4 p. nr. Monday in the IM office.
Peery hopes that action can get
Representatives from the Inter
Fraternity Council and Inter
Dorm Council are being chosen to
j observe the scheduling system and
to serve in a liaison capacity be
tween the intramural office and
the various campus organizations.
Twenty men are needed to offi
ciate in touch football. Anyone in
terested should call Professor
Paul Waslike, director of intra
murals, or Peery as soon as pos
sible in the PE building. Eight
games will be scheduled each day
for the four fields.
«£W Oil «N0 c*s WEU.S, FIELD fgiflPMCH!
LINES ... $27,216,96^1
"£" new cohshucJj ''
Half a billion dollars at work for you
This picture shows what Standard of Cali
fornia has spent, since the war, on facilities
needed to bring you more and better petro
leum products ... and to compete with other
oil companies in this extremely competitive
But... what else has this money accom
It has helped every community in the West
,.. created jobs in many industries and made
those of our own people better. The money
has spread to other businesses, large and
small, and to every profession. Homes have
been built, automobiles purchased, educa
tions planned and started for many of the
West’s young people.
We point this out to show how big com
panies make money work for everyone. And,
certainly, the public must share the credit...
for the public alone can make a company big.
Over the years, you have found Standard
products good and have bought more and
more of them. You’ve made us grow. A large
share of our profits each year is turned back
into the tools which mean still better prod
ucts and more efficient service for you. And,
perhaps even more important today, the tools
which give much added strength to our nation.
Ma Crandall Loves
Those UCLA Bruins
Mrs. Alice “Ma” Crandell, 71
year-old UCLA rooter from Quincy,
111., who has not missed a Bruin
football game in nine years, start
ed her 10th year on Sept. 1 by wear
ing her UCLA letterman’s sweater
to the opening grid practice on
The Frosh football squad
pected to be one of the str01
Duckling- elevens in years,
some student managers, s$tud
interested in this work may]
tact Student Varsity ft
John Gram at McArthur CouJ
at the Phi Gamma Delta
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these jobs must be filled inuj
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Buff oxford button-down collar with the soft roll
(the college man s staple diet). A ' Manhattan,” of course.
$3.65 and $3.95
Range fine white broadcloth with the wide-spread
collar. Made by "Manhattan,” which means perfect fit.
The Manhattan Shirt Company, makers of "Manhattan" shirts, ties,
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