Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 10, 1950, Page 3, Image 3

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11:45 a. m. Chemistry department
110, SU
12 noon YMCA 111, SU
4 p. m. AWS Congress 110, SU
Noise Parade Commit
tee 105 Oregon
6 p. m. Kwama 110, SU
Dick Dorr Band 3rd
floor, Gerlinger
6:30 p. m. Phi Theta Upsilon 215
Movies of the Oregon
Montana Game, SU
7 p. m. Inter - Varsity Chris
tian Fellowship 112
113-114 SU
Delta Nu Alpha 334 SU
Newman Club 315 SU
Christian Science Or
ganization 1251 Emer
7:30 p. m. Whiskerino decoration
tion committee Delta
8 p. m. Skull and Dagger 215
Best Ophren
For Volunteer
Oregano Help
New and old Oregana workers
will get their chance to volunteer
for jobs on the 1951. yearbook at
the annual Oregana open house,
scheduled for 7:30 to 9:30 p. m.
Wednesday in the book’s offices,
third floor of the Student Union.
"Any student interested in work
ing on either the editorial or the
business staffs is invited,” Editor
Ruth Landry explained Monday.
"No experience is necessary.”
Several different positions are
open for a large number of work
ers, the editor said. Openings on
the editorial staff include copy
readers, layout staff, copy writ
ers, art staff, indexing, secretar
ial, and typists.
The business staff will need
house representatives, typists, and
advertising salesmen, Business
Manager Bob Schooling stated.
Entertainment and refreshments
will be provided at the meeting at
which students may meet the
staff and sign up for positions.
Staff workers will go through ap
plications and contact students
when they have been assigned to
specific jobs.
Grad Gets Award
James McGrath, graduate stu
dent in art education, has been
awarded a $750 scholarship by the
J. K. Gill Company of Portland.
itie award came as a result of
McGrath’s work on a project of
analysis of art educational meth
ods for use in secondary schools.
Alums to Fill
7 Positions
Seven University of Oregon
alumni have accepted positions
on the new alumni advisory com
mittee to the Athletic Director.
The committee will meet to dis
cuss athletic matters and bring
the alumni point of view into the
determination of athletic policy,
according to Leo A. Harris, Uni
versity athletic director.
Serving on the committee will
be Charles R. Holloway and Don
Kennedy, Portland; C/S. Manerud
and Richard Reed, Eugene; Robert
Lovell, Astoria; William Barker,
Medford; and George Corey, Pen
Special Invitation
To Game Movies
Issued to Co-eds
Oregon co-eds have been issued a
special invitation to today’s foot
ball movies of the Oregon-Montana
game by Dick Olson, Student Un
ion Directorate publicity chairman.
The movies will be shown in the
ballroom of the SU from 6:30 to
7:30 p.m.
“In the past the audience has
been chiefly male,” Olson said, “and
the girls are missing a chance to
learn some of the finer points of
the game.”
Coach Jim Aiken will give a
chalk talk and description of the
game, followed by a scouter’s opin
ion on next Saturday’s game with
Idaho by Jerry Lillie, assistant
football coach. Leo- Harris, athletic
director, will also speak.
Donna Buse, member of the Stu
dent Union Board will open the pro
Only University students and fac
ulty may attend the football movies
in accordance with Pacific Coast
Conference regulations.
'Othello' Tryouts
Slated Tomorrow
First readings for “Othello,” sec
ond production of the University
Theater, will be held at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday in 102 Villard by Otillie
Seybolt, professor of speech.
Mrs. Seybolt will direct the
Shakespeare tragedy, which is
scheduled for performances late
this term. Any student interested in
appearing in the play is requested
by Mrs. Seybolt to attend the read
ing. No experience or special affili
ation with the theater is required.
* for particular people
• • •
873 13th E. 5-9369
Banquet Opens WCTU Reunion
The 66th annual convention of
the Oregon Women’s Christian
Temperance Union will open here
in Eugene tonight with a banquet
at the First Baptist Church.
The conclave will run from to
day through next Friday.
V. P. Morris, dean of the school
of business administration, will
Badminton Practice
All women who have signed up
for the badminton tournament and
have not signed up for the prac
tices must do so immediately, of
ficials announced Monday.
To be eligible for tournament
play each woman must have play
ed three games in practice. The
deadline on these is Oct. 23.
represent the University at the
dinner. Governor Douglas McKay,
Mayor V. Edwin Johnson, and
other state and local officials will
also be present to deliver greet
ings and words of welcome.
The principal address at the
banquet will be given by Mrs.
Glenn G. Hays, recording secre
tary of the national WCTU. Title
of her address will be “J. Barley
corn Gets His Foot in Uncle
Sam’s Door.”
Moonlit summer nights will
bring one sure sign of an early fall
serious love making.
We’ve never heard that any
picnics were held on Noah’s ark—
only two ants.
1st Lecture-Forum
Set for Tonight
First program of the fall Lec
ture-Forum Series will be held at
7:30 p. m. Wednesday in the
Browsing Room at the north end
of the Student Union.
A reoorded concert of contem
porary music will be presented bj?
Miss Hildegarde Wagner, a gradu
ate student of music and the lib
rarian of the Douglass Music Room,
Included on the program will
“Arrangement of Modern Mexi
can Music,” by Bias Galindo.
“The American Work for Soles
Instruments and String Orches
tra,” by four students of the East
man School of Music.
Campus Interviews on Cigarette Tests
Number 3...the flicker
"One question
Where do I flick
my ashes?’9
D on’t think our neat-pleated friend with the drape- 8
shape doesn’t know the score! He’s plenty hep to
all those tricky cigarette tests! If you’re in the groove,
they’re not fooling you, either. You know, from your own
smoking experience, that just one puff of this brand
... then one puff of that brand isn’t going to give you
the answer you want. What can you possibly tell by
a quick inhale and exhale, a whiff or a sniff?
The sensible test — the one that gives you the proper
answer — is a day after day, pack-after-pack tryout
for 30 days. It’s the Camel 30-Day Mildness Test!
You judge Camels for 30 days in your own “T-Zone”
(T for Throat, T for Taste) — the real proving
ground for a cigarette. Once you’ve tested Camels
as a steady smoke, you’ll know why ...
More People Smoke Camels
than any other cigarette!