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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 20, 1950)
SALE — Practically new
flfcBith-Corona portable type
writer Sterling model, $79.50.
5-7662. After 5:30 phone
rOR§ RENT—Rustic but modern
bedroom house. Large plea
sant living loom, wood burning
place, oil heat. Ideal loca
on McKenzie, Thirty-five
utes from campus $45
Hlinth. You’ll like this, it’s clean
and very comfortable. Robert
PUpley, 1.3 miles E of Leaburg.
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Sept. 30, date of the Califor
ime, no classes will be held.
■ New Instruction Cards
jistrar Clifford R. Constance
jjrday explained how to fill out
lew instructor cards, which
the place of the old class
oss the top of the card is
for the usual information
such as name, course and so on.
A.t |he bottom of the card is a
cflfriw schedule for the entire class
, with space for each week,
tead of writing in which sec
of the course he wishes to
the student will merely
the spaces when the parti
class meets. This card is then
with the department, if it is
ted, and a receipt in the form
e department stamp is put
e student's registration card,
h is filed with the registrar
e last step of registration,
e usual late fee assessments
be made against students who
iot complete registration with
e two-week limit set up by the
naturalist says wild life is
ppearing. Maybe the teen
Is are just away on vacation.
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NE 5 TOBACCO CQ>, Monition, Ohio
Signers to Drop
A petition submitted by eight
students last spring term asking
for judiciary committee investiga
tion of the 1950 ASUO class elec
tions is being withdrawn, President
Barry Mountain, said Tuesday.
The petition protested the listing
of candidates on the ballots in the
order of their parties, rather than
in strict alphabetical order of
names. A judiciary committee de
cision for the petitioners could have
necessitated new class elections.
‘ The desire of the petitioners
was apparently to guard against
setting a precedent, not to have last
year’s elections termed invalid,”
The ASUO president met with
the petitioners Tuesday, and they
decided to submit a second petition
to the committee asking for with
drawal of the first petition.
Parties, rather than names, were
placed in alphabetical order (Asso
ciated Greek Students candidates
first and United Students Associa
tion candidates second) by acci
dent, Mountain believes.
Political science authorities state
that the order of names on the bal
lot can sometimes make as much
as ten per cent difference.
The eight signers presented the
petition to last year’s ASUO presi
dent, Art Johnson, at the end of
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ber of last year’s student court
now in the armed forces.
Court Lacks Members
The court will start functioning
as soon as new members can be
selected, ASUO President Barry
Mountain explained. Steve Church
the other carry-over member of
the court, is entering law studies
and resigned because of an over
Petitions will be called for by
the Executive Council next week.
Mountain said. The court is de
signed to include one sophomore,
one junior, and one senior.
Student parking lots will con
tinue in the same locations as
last year, it was stated. Rules and
penalties for this year’s court are
essentially the same.
Student parking violators will
be issued tickets by campus police,
and may then pay a fine or appear
before the court.
Choral Tryouts Set
Choral Union tryouts are now
being held in Room 206 of the
Music Annex. Although a one
hour credit is given for the course,
it is not required and can be taken
as an activity. Tryouts are neces
sary before signing up during
who now enjoy LOW COST
General Electric Oil Heating
Cooper Brothers Heat Service Co.
We are providing the lowest heating costs
on the campus—ask the
PHI DELTS—ALPHA XI’s
Deans Okay Return
(Continued from page one)
and house of representatives will
speak to students.
Assemblies will be held on dif
ferent days to avoid too heavy an
interference with any one day’s
W. A. Dahlberg, associate pro
fessor of speech, is chairman of
the assembly committee. Appoint
ed to work with him are students
Donna Brennan, senior in speech
and Bob Gray, junior. Two other
students will be appointed to ex
officio positions on the board to
represent the executive council
and the student union board.
Faculty members on the board
include E. M. Pallett, director of
teacher placement service, H. E.
Dean, assistant professor of politi
cal science, Rosamond Wentworth,
associate professor of physical
education, Olga Yevtich, program
director of the student union, H.
R. Lemons, athletic business man
ager, Robert Hord, assistant pro
fessor of piano, Lyle Nelson, (ex
officio, director of information.
It really was years ago that they
made the dollar bill smaller in size
Lately, it just seems to have grown
Holmes Picks Emerald Staff
Emerald staff appointments for
the 1950-51 school year have been
announced bv Editor Anita Holmes
and Business Manager Don Thomp
son. They are:
Lorna Larson, managing editor;
Bob Funk and Gretchen Grondahl,
assistant managing editors; Tom
King and Don Smith, associate
editors; Barbara Williams, adver
tising manager; Norman Ander
son, news editor; Jackie Pritzen,
Marjory Bush and Gretchen Gron
dahl, assistant news editors; Mary
Hall, chief night editor; John Bar
tqn, wire editor; and Pete Cornae
chia, sports editor.
Business staff positions include
Shirley Hillard, assistant business
manager; Bonnie Birkemeier, na
tional advertising manager; Mar
tel Scroggin, layout manager;
Karla Van Loan, Portland adver
tising; Fran Neel, Jean Hoffman,
Virginia Kellogg and Nancy Pol
lard, zone managers; and Jean
Lovell, circulation manager.
$3.00 DOWN AT REGISTRATION
SORORITY OF SERVICE
The girls who belong are calm, competent, considerate.
Their job is to get your call through quickly and accu
rately, wherever you want to go —day or night, any day
of the week. And courtesy is their creed. They are the
220,000 telephone operators of the Bell System.
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