Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, February 16, 1951, Page Six, Image 6

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    Costumes to Spark
Cosmopolitan Party
\ musical costume party is on
tap tonight for Cosmopolitan Club
members and their guests when
they meet from 8 p.m. until mid
night at Plymouth House.
A. prize will be offered for the
best costume. Dancing to Europe811
and South American records will
also be featured.
Membership in the club is open
to all persons interested in foreign
languages, culture, and studies.
Style Right
140 W. Bdwy. l'h. 5-4626
Scholar Awards
(Tendered Four
Four Ralph Bunch* scholarships
'worth approximately $350 each
will be available to American ami
(Canadian students this summer,
the Norwegian committee of the
Summer School for American Stu
dents. University of Oslo, has an
■ nounced.
The scholarships will be a ward
, ed on the basis of merit by the
Association of Electro-Chemical
: and Electro-Metallurgical Indus
tries of Norway, in honor of
Bunche. who was recently present
ed the Nobel Prize.
The 1951 session of the summer
! school, which opens June 23 and
closes Aug. 4. will stress Norweg
ian culture. Students can earn six
( semester credits for the six-week
; course.
Scholarship candidates can apply
to Norman Nordstrand, Oslo Sum
. mer School for American Students,
, St. Olaf College. Northfield. Minn.
Tuition is $S0.
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■ I ^ SPRING FORMAL ■ llllc
It's time for Corsages
at their best from
Flowers Unlimited
143 E. Broad wav
Sacred Heart
12th Sr Alder
Maybe This Is It
THIS 1'U TI KK of a “skyhook” balloon. 17,000 f♦-<-1 above Minnea
polis, was token through u refracting telescope during cosmic ray
studies. Look magazine quotes l>r. I rner Lkldel. chief of the nuclear
physics branch of the Office of Naval Research, as saying there has
Uen no reliable report of a “flying saucer” observation which Is not
attributable to these comic balloons. This is u Look magazine photo
from the Lnlversity of Minnesota. (AI* WIKKMIOTO)
Potential Physicians'
Premedical students are asked
! to obtain tlieir applications now
j u, room 1 McClure for medical
school in 1952 and ’53. The com
pleted forms should bo turned in
as soon as possible, A. H. Kunz,
chairman of the premedical-pre
dental advisory committee, an
nounced yesterday.
These mid-term tests aren t
really bad;
It’s just the grades that make
me sad.
FOR SALE: Schwinn English type
bicycle complete with generator
light, 3-speed gear, basket and
carrier rack, excellent condition
$00. Rhone 4-8715 or 330 E. 33rd.
Reach the Student Market through
Write Dad
Elementary Ed
Transfer Plans
Okayed for UO
The State Board of Higher Edu
cation recently approved a pro
gram whereby students In the
School of Education may transfer
to a teachers' college for three
terms to fill their elementary
teaching major and then return
to the University to get their de
During the temporary transfer
to a teacher's college the students
would take elementary teaching
courses that are not allocated to
the University, such us supervised
teaching, children's literature, men
tal hygiene, general and special
methods courses to complete their
elementary teaching major.
Before this program was ap
proved. students in education
would get their degree at the Uni
versity, and then go to summer
school to study for an "Emergency
Certificate." After teaching ele
mentary grades for one year they
would return to a teacher s col
lege to get a full certificate.
"Enrollment is building in the ,
graduate education school, but tbg,
j new program won't affect under
I graduate enrollment. After stu
; dents have reached their junior
i year they usually do not have to
, leave the campus for three terms
, to study at another school," ac
cording to A. A. Sandln, professor
of education.
Thirty-Five Students Interviewed
For Selection as Naval Reservists
Thirty-five University students,
1 including two women, were inter
viewed by the Navy Reserve Of
! fleer Selection Board Thursday at
1 the Naval Training Center, 1520
: 13th Ave. W., according to Lieut.
! Comdr. George VV. Ennis, center
Students from Oregon College
ut Monmouth and one from Lin
field brought the total number of
applicants for commissions in the
Naval Reserve to 41.
Lieut. Comtlr. Ennis will with
hold the names of Oregon students
applying for the program until
they have been completely process
ed for enlistment.
Other freshmen, sophomores, or
juniors who wish to make applica
tion for the reserve program, lead
ing to a Naval commission, are ask
ed by Ennis to contact the train
ing center. Interviews with the
selection board can be arranged
for a later date in Portland, he
Uncle Sammy Calls
Graduate Assistant
Carl F. Wermine, graduate as
sistant in the School of Journal
ism, has been recalled to active
duty and will report on Mar. 11
to the army psychological warfare
division in the office of the assist
ant chief of staff, Washington,
D. C.
Wermine, who has been work
ing on his doctorate at the Uni
versity, was chief of communica
tions of psychological warfare in
Algiers and North Africa during
World War II. While in Rome, he
was also chief of communications
in the public relations office.
1,. ..
UO Theater Policy
Discussed ^Tuesday
Or. E. C. A. Le.sch anil Or. Hoyt
Trowbridge. professors of English,
will lead the discussion at the cof
fee hour at 7:30 tonight iu the
Library Browsing Room in the Stu
dent Union.
"What is the ethical value of art
with special reference to King
Lear” will be the topic under dis
William E. Houston, instructor
in English, is chairman of the Kr><«
day night coffee hour which is de?
signed to help students meet facul
ty members.
These meetings are open to the
I'd walk
a million
... for a famous 'burger from
871 !•;. 11th