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cial meetings can be called by the
court chairman and the court
established its own prectdence.
Dispute over whether or not to
include "minor", which was in the
original document, involved argu
ments as to what Student Affairs
might think minor and the possi
bility that Without it, the court
would have almost unlimited
Motion to table the resolution
was defeated 16 to 5 and the final
bilL passed but with two dissent
ing votes. Merv Hampton had
postponement until the next meet
ing to give time for consideration.
But others, including Shirley Kor
pela. Arlo Giles and Herb Cook,
successfully pressed for its imme
diate approval and labeled it a
move "to increase the area of stu
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phones were installed on the camp
uses at Oregon and Willamette
university. Each house is allowed
one phone for business matters
Eade stated that it was up to the
University of Oregon whether or
not the University appeals the de
cision and demands a hearing,
though Eade added that he doubt
ed that it would be successful.
Makeup Editor: Phil Bettens.
Copy Desk: Jean Clark, Anna
beth Carlson. Bob White, John j
Roaney, Donna May.
Sophomore Whiskerino—Oct. 27
A Halloween party featuring
games, dancing, and entertainment
will be held by the Associated Stu
dents of Architecture and Allied
Arts from 8 p.m. to 12 midnight
today in the studios of the art
Jeans and pets'-pushers will be
in order lor the par*/ which i9
stag or date. Refreshments will bi
ASA A A membership cards will
be required tor admission. The
cards .will be sold at the door.
General chairmen for the social
event are Melita Moyer, Diane
Stout, and Dick Word.
Fellow Named Crosby
In SU Sunday Movie
“Reaching for the Moon” will be
shown at 2:30 and 4:15 p.m. Sun
day in the Student Union ballroom,
as the third movie in the series
sponsored by the SU movie com
The picture was produced in
1931 and introduced Bing Crosby
to films. Douglas Fairbanks, Sr., is
the star of the film, with featured
roles being taken by Edward Hor
ton and Bebe Daniels. -. ■>
The film, which is issued by the
Film Classic Exchange, is light
and entertaining and should be
most interesting since it is Bing
Crosby’s first picture, Sandra
Price, SU movie chairman, stated.
Admission price is 30 cents.
Consultant to Speak
Elizabeth Avery, health educa
tion consultant for the American
Association of Health, Physical
Education and Recreation, will
speak to professional graduates
and undergraduate students in
health and physical education at
the University Nov. 1.
The subject of her talk will be
trends and opportunities in the
field. Her headquarters are in
• School Supplies
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Across from Carson Hall
1459 E. 13th - Ph. 5-9693
Weekdays — 9 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Sundays — 2 p.m. - 7 p.m.
Magazine Use Article
n. B. Dean, assistant professor
of chemistry, is the author of an
article on Ion-exchange materials
recently published In the Journal
of Chemistry and Industry of Bra
The journal, written In Portu
guese, is published in Suo Paulo.
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