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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 13, 1951)
Place your ad ut the Student
Union, main desk or at the
Shack, In person or phono ext.
219, between 2 and 4 p.m.
Kates: First Insertion 4c a
word; subsequent Insertions,
2'.' per word.
FOK HALE: 1929 Model A Tour
ing. Reasonably priced. Phone
6-7738 874 K. 13th. 79
FOR SALE: '49 Crosley convert
ible. heater. 1800 miles, good con
dition. 12f>l Emerald. Phone
5-0021 afteraoona or evenings. 78
LOST: Gray 10 x 12 notebook with
typewritten notes. Finder pleaae
return to Taylor'a. Max Dar
FOK SALE: Six registered check
ers rabbits, one registered
springer spaniel. Fall Alan Grant
after 6 p.m. Springfield 63143.
FOR HALE: 1937 Plymouth coupe
with 1942 motor, $63. Call Alan
Grant 63143 Springfield after 6
ALTERATIONS: A specialty, dress
Snaking, tailoring, 10 yrs. exper
ience. Mrs. Kern Williams, 1355
Grant St. Ph. 5-7604. 76
Little to Host
At Friday Meet
The American Institute of Ar
chitects will hold its Northwest
regional conference on the Univer
sity campus Friday. Host for the
conference will be Sidney W. Lit
tle, dean of the School of Archi
tecture and Allied Arts.
Puipose of Die meeting is a
survey to determine what educa
tion is necessary for the practice
of architecture. Three major ques
tions will be put before the con
(1) What kind of society is
foreseen in the future; will the
trend toward collectivism in Eng
land, western Europe, and Asia
extend to the western hemisphere?
(2) How will the social organi
zation of the United States of the
future affect physical forms of
buildings and the growth of cities,
towns and rural areas?
(3 i What should be the basis of
preparation for men and women
for professional leadership in such
a society, with special reference
to the place of architecture in it?
An Oklahoma man says he broke
a tooth while eating chile. Now
he wants to put the bite on a food
company for $2500.
War is both the predecessor
and successor to peace. Both nre
inextricably bound t o g c t h e r.
Actress Takes New Role—U.S. Citizen
ACTRESS GRETA (>ARB() became »n American citizen last week in the Ixis Angeles Federal Court,
where she is pictured above signing the citizenship certificate. After taking tile oath the noted Swedish
actress hurried away without comment. (Af WIREVHOTO)
Faculty to Hear
Florence Vftnderwickcn Duprey,!
soprano, and Herman Gelhausen. |
bass-baritone, will present a facul
ty recital at 8:15 p.m. Thursday,
in the School of Music Auditorium.!
Accompanying them will be j
Stacey Green, assistant professor!
of piano, and William Woods, In- !
structor in piano. Mrs, Vandcr- j
wieken is an assistant, and Gel
hausen, an associate professor of
The University String Quartet,
George Boughton, Mary Kapp All
ton, Edmund A. C'yklcr, and Mil
ton Dieterich, will assist in the j
Included in the recital will be j
numbers of Bach, Handel, Schu-!
bert, Brahms, Franck, Schuman. j
and other composers.
r Continued fro 1/1 petite jour)
md, and Beta Dockstader was
Six men will be picked to repre
sent Oregon against the Beavers.
They’ll be taken from eight men
whom Bellisimo said are among
the best bowlers on the campus.
They are Jim Eckstrom, L,a
Verne Thompson, Jack Heading,
Clancy Naapi, Pete Darlington,
Sanford Hio, Gene Hcbrard and Ned
Putting off that
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that you'll be caught
with an empty tank in
a sudden cold spell.
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Young 'Bum' Gets Bonus
KKt r.NTLY SIGNED BV THE BROOKLYN Dodgers for what is
described as a “large bonus’’ was 18-year-old Dick Hanlon. He grad
uated from San Francisco’s Lincoln High School, and is shown with
junior-high and high school trophies. Hanlon is holding a baseball
given him by the late Tony La/./.eri just before his death. (AP WIRE
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