Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 05, 1950, Page 8, Image 8

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    Infirmary Confines
Thirteen Students
Thirteen patients were enjoy
ing the comforts of the infirm
ary Wednesday.
They were Roy Bergen, Gloria
Coram, Anne Goodman, James
Hayden, James Hershner, Frank
lin Kincaid, Gloria Marlantes,
Barbara Manley, Robert Mullen,
Ynes Pozzi-Escot, Richard Run
yard, Kenneth Lowe, and George
SU Board Meets, Discusses Dances
Purchase of a fluorescent stamp
for admittance to dances and a
schedule of members to introduce
football movies were two motions
passed at the SU Board meeting
yesterday afternoon.
However, the main discussion
was on the relationship between
the Executive Council and the Stu
dent Union board and whether
members could belong to both or
not, and ballroom rentals. A com
mittee has been appointed to
study the possibility of house
dances in the SU, and whether
closed dances should pay rental.
Next meeting will be at 6:30
next Wednesday.
YW Open House
Today from 3 to 5 p. m. will see
the last of the YWCA openhouses
at Gerlinger Hall for new women
students at Oregon. If any fresh
men girls or transfers have not
been contacted by their upper
class counselors, they are invit
ed to attend the openhouse any
Amphibians Slate Swimming Tryouts
Tryouts for Amphibians, wom
en’s swimming honorary, will be
conducted at 8 p. m. Monday in
Gerlinger Women’s Pool.
All women students with swim
ming ability are encouraged to
try out whether they be fresh
men or upper classmen, accord
ing to President Joan Skordahl.
Amphibians sponsor a water
pageant fall term, encourage and
conduct winter swimming meets,
and entertain visiting high school
students during Duck Preview
Weekend spring term.
Meetings are held at 8 p. in.
each Monday.
Employees To Meet
University employees will meet
at 4 p. m. today in 207 Chapman
to discuss a new hospitalization
"overage plan.
The plan, a modification of the
present Blue Cross plan, will be
presented by members of a special
investigating committee.