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flaee your ad at the Student
Union, main desk or at tho
Shack, In peraoii or phono ext.
219, between 2 and 4 p.m.
»!«•: First Inner lion 4c a
word; subsequent Insertions,
2c per word.
M>H SALK: 1939 Dodge Sedan.
’ Fine motor, body, and tires.
I Radio ujui heater. Bargain for
quick sale. See Don Bach at Sig
Kp house after 6:00. 106
f >lt SALK: 1930 Bull k sedan, ex
cellent cond. Phone Rod Harman,
I OR SALE: 1934 Kurd Medan.
Really good shape. Phone 4-8381
Ray Williams. 105
FUR SALE: 4-5 bedroom house
and grounds. 2>i miles north of
town. Just off River Road. One
finds these places occasionally
in Connecticut rarely out of
New England. The social rooms,
dining room, living room (fire
place) and sun parlor are panel
ed. Modem kitchen, all kinds of
minor offices, including pantries,
two fruit closets and storage
j space, both up and downstairs.
f Oil heat. Adjacent to the stream
vwlrh bounds the acreage is a
truly beautiful garden with oak
trees Port Orford Cedar, fruit
trees, nut trees, grapes, berries,
and obscure varieties of lovely
shrubs and flowers. Total acre
age is 3>£ acres. Price 116,750.
With terms. Robert Prescott
Company, 4-9113, 4-9002, 4-6190,
2nd floor Tiffany Building.
f'OR SALE: 1927 Model T-Ford
absolutely A-l shape through
out. Perfect picnic car. $65. See
Don Bach at Sig Kp House after
(WANTED: Girl with portable
radio for beach trip .Sunday.
Phone Ken Peters 5-5142. 107
LOST: Metal rimmed Bach-Laumb
dark glasses with prescription.
Reward. Norma Allen Ext. 483.
LOST: $10 reward for a man's
Craton wrist watch left in the
men's rest room in recreation
area of the Student Union at
9:45 p.m. March 10th. Please con
tact the main desk of the Stu
dent Union. Leroy Hewlett. 107
SUMMER JOBS: Mountaineers at
tention : There are dome excel
lent jobs available for men with
lent summer jobs available for
\ men with mountaineering ex
perience. For information call
Bill Byrd 4-6560. 107
’OR SALE: Desk lamps floures
cent, $3.50; Regular, $1.50; Phil
co Radio, $4.00; Folding Iron,
$1.00: Mechanical Drawing out
fit, $15. Phone 4-9151. 106
acobson to Lead
N. P. Jacobson, acting head of
tlie religion department, will lead
l discussion of "Choas in Today's
lociety" at a meeting of the cam
ius United World Federalists at
p.m. today in the SU.
All interested students may at
end the meeting.
Compiled by Tom Shepherd
"Sock Hop*," talks on "God and
the Atom," Bible studies, open
houses, and costume paities arc
being planned by campus religious
groups for the coming week.
A "Hock Hop" is on the social
agenda at Westminster House for
Friday. Participants in the hosiery
affair are requested to wear two
loud socks, not the same pair.
Mates to the stockings are to be
brought to the party, which begins
at 8 p.m.
“God and the Atom" will be
shown by campus Gamma Dedans
Sunday at Grace Lutheran Church.
Group officers may be contacted
for further details.
INTK It VARSITY CHRISTIAN
Students interested in Bible
studies are invited to attend the
weekly lectures sponsored by Jnlcr
varsity Christian Fellowship. A
study in Homans, led by Vernon
Lidtho, meets Wednesday at 8 a.m.
In the Mens’ Lounge of Gerlinger.
The Gospel of Mark is discussed
at 8 a.m. Thursday in the same
location. Discussion is guided by
Bob Drlesner. The Gospel of John
is studied by Lee McClelland's
class at 3 p.m. Friday in 115
New chairmen of standing com
mittees announced by Christian
House President Wah Chun are
program, Betty Myers: worship.
Ralph Adams; international rela
tions, Jane Copsey; house, Ray
.Shield*; membership, Faye Kilby;
service, Winona Kishbfuk; budget
and finance, Cal Long; social ac
tion, Duane Mick; food, Betty
IVrkry; •",-ereation, Carl Cobb;
publicity, Mitzi Asai. Omitted
from last week's printed lint of
oficers was Treasurer Mary Alice
, Following the Saturday night
Vodvil Show, Christian House will
sponsor an open house. Carl Cobb is1
Sunday, the 5:30 p.m. worship
program will be led by Ann Gibson.
International Tea Hour will be
held at 1 p.m. Tuesday.
The Rev. Mr. Daniel Walker,
pastor of the Corvallis First
Methodist Church, will be guest
speaker at Wesley Foundation,
1236 Kincaid, at 5:30 p.m. Sunday.
The theme of the evening will
center around “The Christian Con
cept of Faith.”
New officers for the coming
year are being elected this week.
All Wesleyans will have an op
portunity to vote at Wesley House.
A party is planned by Wesley
House for Friday evening. A cos
tume affair, it will begin at 8 p.m.
Two additional group activities
have been added to the Wesley
program. They include a Tuesday1
evening pot-luck and a Wednesday
morning chapel service. Both acti-;
vities are open to interested stu-1
dents. Chapel leader for Wednes
day morning's service, which be- .
| gin at 7:30 a.m., is Barbara Man- j
Pairings, Rules Noted
For Jr. Weekend Floats
Pairings and rules for the Junior
Weekend Float parade were an
nounced Wednesday afternoon at
a meeting of house representatives.
Rules of the contest are as fol
Themes must be turned in by
5 p.m. Monday in 301 SU. Maxi
mum height for floats is 12 feet,
and maximum cost $70.
Floats will be judged equally on
three points: originality, adher
ence to theme, and quality of work
manship. All floats must be com
pleted by 12 noon May 12.
Pairings, as determined by a
drawing, are as follows:
Carson 5, Phi Gamma Delta: :
Delta Gamma, Sigma Alpha Mu, I
Delta Upsilon; Carson 4, Yeoman;
Zeta Tau Alpha, Sigma Hall, Ome
ga Hall: Kappa Alpha Theta, Cher
ney Hall; Pi Beta Phi, Alpha Tau
Ann Judson, Beia Theta Pi: |
Gamma Phi Beta, Pi Kappa Phi; j
Alpha Phi, Sigma Chi; Delta Delta j
Delta, Hunter Hall; Carson 3, Min
turn Hall; Alpha Omicron Pi, Stan
Ray; Alpha Delta Pi, Sherry Floss, i
Delta Zeta, Tau Kappa Epsilon, j
Delta Tau Delta; Hendricks Hall/
Alpha Hall; University House, Kap- j
pa Sigma; Highland House, Sigma |
Nu, Lambda Chi Alpha; Alpha
Gamma Delta, Sigma Phi Epsilon; i
Alpha Xi Delta, Theta Chi.
3-Piece Bamboo Fly Rods, S'/2 or 9 ft.
Special $6.95 Special
Fly Reels.4.99 up
Fly Lines.59c up
7Vc ft. Lenders.25c
Salmon Kggs.15c up
Kappa Kappa Gamma, Phi Sig
ma Kappa, Pi Kappa Alpha: Alpha
Chi Omega, Gamma Hall, Phi Kap
pa Sigma; Rebec House, Sigma
Alpha Kpsilon; Chi Omega, Phi
Delta Theta; Sigma Kappa, Mc
Chesney Hall, Carson 2, Philadel
Exam Bids Available
Graduate record examination ap
plications have been received bv
the counseling center. Graduate j
students wishing to take the exam j
should pick up the applications as
soon as possible, according to the i
88.1 mrgary ties on your FM radio
5:00 p.m. I’iano Moods
5:10 I'nitod Nations
5:30 There's Music in the
6:00 Through the Book
6:15 Campus Commentary
6:30 Itadio Workshop
7:00 What’s Going On?
7:15 Folk Songs
7:30 Stories to Remember
7:45 Time for Torme
8:00 Campns Classics
9:00 Serenade to the Stu
9:55 Women Take the Lead
10:00 Anything Goes
10:45 Sports Roundup
10:50 Emerald on the Air
10:53 A Tune to Say Good
Seeks Summer Help
Richard Sabin will be at the
Employment Office._ 1225 Kincaid
St., Apr. 24, to interview appli
cants for summer jobs at the Ore
Students interested in such a job
should contact the Employment of
fice immediately for an appoint
ment on that day.
You'll rest in pieces if you hop
stop signs or lights.
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