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Parents' Release for Blood Donors
(For donors under 21 years of age. This should bo
clipped out and mailed to parents for signature)
This is to certify that my son (daughter) has my permission to
give blood to the American Red Cross for military use.
DONORS NAME ..
PARENT'S SIGNATURE .
Sll Officers Available
Organizations wishing to use
desk space in the Student Union
committee rooms may obtain ap
plications in room 30t of the SU,
the office of the program director
Applications must be turned in
by Friday to Miss Yevttch's office.
The allocation of the desk space
will be decided by the SU Board.
Asklepiads to Collect
Asklepaids. pre-medics honor
ary, are sponsoring a drive to col
lect funds for the support of the
basic cell cancer research at the
University medical school in Port
John Belt, president of the
group, announced that cellection
boxes will placed in the Stu
dent Union, the Co-op, Taylor s,
and the Side today. The drive is
scheduled to last a week.
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first-class shoe repair it's
CAMPUS SHOE REPAIR
Conveniently located on the campus
across from Sigma Chi.
843 East 13th Ave.
Your Favorite Place to Eat!
and that late snack!
Open 7 days — 7 to 11 p.m.
HAS ACCOMODATIONS FOR SMALL BANQUETS
By Tom Sheperd
Opinion was divided on the ques
tion "What do you think of the
present plan for holding all student
assemblies at 1 p.m.?' Some stu
dents felt larger crowds would turn
out for morning assemblies while
one individual advocated night as
Norma Ijitimer junior in gen
eral science "A good time. Kids
will be on their way to campus for
John Weaver — sophomore in
physical education "Better earlier
in the day about 9 or 10 a.m.
After lunch, few people will want
to leave their room and go to the
main part of the campus before
regular classes begin.”
Kathleen Wisdom — senior in
speech "I like 1 p.m. assemblies.
They interfere with classes less."
Loewy Ann Charles--freshman
in pre-law—"Better in the after
noons if on Tuesdays or Thurs
days, but personally I think eve
nings would be best time of all,
especially for rallies.”
Tom Spetz junior in pre-med —
“Not as good as 11 o'clock. A lot
of people have to get ready for
afternoon class assignments right
Harriet Walrath senior in jour
nalism—"At least everyone's out
of bed by 1 p.m.”
Diane Flenner — sophomore in
foreign languages—"I was one of
those people who never did go to i
assemblies, but if I did I would
Chloetta Radcllffe— freshman in
liberal arts "I like afternoon as
semblies better. Everyone's more
alert and wide-awake.”
filenn Overstreet sophomore in
liberal arts—"It doesn’t affect me
one way or other. I work and never
have time to attend the assem
Frieda Dobbs—junior in sociol
ogy—"Not too good an idea. Would
get better attendance in the mid
dle of the morning."
Melita Moyer—sophomore in in
terior design—"The morning as
semblies last year made a nice
break before noon. Not as many
people will want to go to 1 o’clock
assemblies—they will want to
study for afternoon classes.”
Mary Peterson—junior in cre
ative writing—“If students don’t
have afternoon classes, there’s not
much incentive to go. There would,
however, be less conflict with
Petitions for the position of
YWCA treasurer have been called
for by Y president Ann Darby.
Petitions are to be turned in to
Miss Mary Elizabeth McDowell,
executive director of the Y, by
Thursday at 0 p.m.
WRA to Sponsor
First Co-Rec Night
Offering swimming, badminton,
volleyball and a variety of other
recreational pastimes, WRA is
sponsorlng the first of its Co-Rec
nights from 7:30 to 11:00 p.m. Fri
The event which is open to any
University student is free. Square
dancing will be called by a profes
sional caller and both beginning
and experienced dancers ure in
vited to participate. -
Monnie Gutchow, head of sports,
and Belle Doris Russell, vice-presi
dent of W'RA, are handling the Co
YWCA Member Drive
Ends This Thursday
The YWCA drive for new mem
bers will end Thursday Jackie
Wilkes, membership chairman, an
House representatives arc re
quested by Miss Wilkes to report
to her at the Y on the results of
their campaign by Thursday at 5
Miss Wilkes emphasised that
even after the drive is over women |
can still join the Y and take part
in the commissions and commit
tees. Those wishing to join may
check Miss Mary Elizabeth Mc
Dowell. executive secretary or Miss
Wilkes at the Y headquarters in
Scheduled Oct. 26
Graduate record examinations
will be given on Oct. 26 and 27,
J. Spencer Carlson, director of
admissions and counseling, report
Students who wish to take
graduate work may pick up the
applications for the examination
at the counselling center, room 213
of Emerald Hall. It is advised that
students pick up applications as
soon as possible because they must
be at Los Angeles no later than
Students May Watch
Students in advertising or mar
keting will have an opportunity to
follow a national merchandising
advertising campaign from start
The Bendix Home Appliance
Corporation is planning to mail
to colleges and universities a series
of weekly pamphlets, designed to
take the student behind the scenes
of the campaign.
Photostats of conference re
ports, original and later layouts,
copy changes, and other related
materials are the type of materials
which will be sent to the profes
The shortest poem in the world
is reputed to be, "Hired. Tired ?
Browsing Room Talk !**
Is First in Series
"The Social Theory of Thorsteln
Vcblem” will be the topic of lho
first fall term Browsing Room lec
ture tonight at 7:30 p.m.
John James, assistant professor
of sociology, Will present the lec
ture which Is sponsored by the Uni
versity library, the Browsing Room
committee and the house libra
Bernice Rise, Browsing Room
librarian, has released the program
for the entire fall scries. It is as
Oct. 3 "The Social Theory of
Thorstein Vcblem": lecturer. John
James; discussion leader, W. B.
Oct. 10 — "Petrarch”: lecturer,
Chandler B. Beall; discussion loud
er, F. M. Combelluek.
Oct. 17 "The Painter In 20th
Century France": lecturer. Jack
Wilkinson; discussion leader, M.
Oct. 24 -"Democracy's Stake In
Southeast Asia”: lecturer, Paul S.
Means; discussion leader, Paul S.
Oct. 31 "Don't Underestimate
Matthew Arnold": lecturer, Albu
rey Sastell; discussion leader, Car
Nov. 7 "James Joyce”: lecturer.
Hoyt Trowbridge; discussion lead
er, J. C. Sherwood.
Nov. H Reading of a new play
(title to be announced i by Horace
Robinson; discussion leader, Wil
liam M. Tugman.
Nov. 28 "Institutes of Christian
Religion" by Calvin; lecturer,
Qulrinus Breen; discussion leader
R. D. ('lark.
Dec. 5 "Charles Dickens”: lec
turer, F. G. Black; discussion lead
er, N. H. Oswald.
YMCA to Meet
For First Session
The YMCA will hold its first
meeting of the year Thursday
night at 8 p.m. in the Student
The aim of the meeting will be to
acquaint students with the pro
gram and purpose of the YMCA.
Jack Merncr, executive secretary,
has announced. Officers and com
mittee chairmen will be introduced;
at this time.
Merner urged nil students, espe
cially freshmen, who are Interested
in finding out what the Y has to
offer, to attend this meeting.
The program will include tnlks
by Dave Hobbs, president, on "The
Progress of the YMCA in the
Past”; Jack Merner on "The Policy
and Purpose of the YMCA"; and
Toby McCarroll, vice-president,
will describe the committees and
their functions. Refreshments will
George Washington was not'rksf
first President. John Hansen of
Maryland was elected President of
the U. S. in Congress, 1781.
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