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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 8, 1951)
Diiro your nd at tho Student
| Union, main d«»k or at the
Shark, In person or phune ext.
210, between 2 and 4 p.m. I
, Monday to Friday.
(tati,*: First Insertion 4o per
Kurd; subsequent Insertions 2c
- per word.
'rn FOR SALE~
GROCERY STORK for* Hair. ~Kx
crllcnt opportunity for Htudent
and wife In Amazon housing
project. RraHonnble terms. Call
4- 8(Ml for Information, 5-6069
after 6:30. 36
’37 PONTIAC coup. In good ahape. '
runs well, $75. 1033 F. St i
Springfield, or phone 6-1374 af
ternoons. 37 ;
r30 FORD convertible, $75. ’37
Lincoln 4-door nedan, $45. Ph.
5- 2009. 37
•37 ~ PLYMOUTH coirp "with ’39
Nash motor, good body. Phone j
'35 CHEV, coup. Very cheap. Ph. i
7-2862 before 11 a.m. or after j
6 p.m. 37
mJYIN(7A USED CA It ? I n k car
from large assortment save up
to $300. Student dealer. Ph.
4-0558 after 3 p.m. 37
1919 CHEV. 2 dr. m dan. It & H
Clean. Mint-green. A steal at
$1,295. Ph. 5-9491. Sedcrstrom
Hall. Tom Barry. 36
1938 PACKARD convertible. Need
money urgently, ho selling It
very cheap. See Mehta, upstairs,
1871 Hllyard. 30
LOST: Alpha Xi Delta Quin Pin
Return to Pat Choat - 5-9485.
'32 V-8 FORD, Runs good. Very
cheap. Phone 5-0593. 37
U I ■' -in —- - III ■ I | —.
MUST SACRA KICK 40 Bulck con
vertible. Pipes, extras. Harold
Walt*. Phone 4-3745 or ; ee at
1013 E. 22nd. Between 5:30 and
7:30 p.m. 37
FOR SALE 1941 Buick. Five pas
senger, a nice clean car, excel
lent rubber, newly rebuilt front
end and brakes, actual mileage,
88,000, engine in top condition.
Well worth $450 00. See evenings
1450 High St. Rear Apt. R. H. I
McClure. 37 j
DOST: Dark brown suede jacket
in Robinson's Tavern. Friday.
November 2nd. Finder please
notify Moe McCook, 754 K. 13th.
Phone 4-0711. Reward. 36:
iLOST Brown leather ja k't at I
^ River View St. and Highway 99
K. REWARD. Phone 7-7049. 40
WANTED — YOUNG IJVDY to
do waitress work. Call 4-0139 or
A ITENTION To all our new cus
tomers, the Town House, 1811
Highway 99, will be open No
vember 9 for those good dinners.
Phone 4-6139. 38
(IMPORTANT—All Eugene Fresh
men assigned to Sederstrom Hall,
call the hall immediately at
either 5-9461 or 5-9528. Ask for
any hall officers. 36
IRONING — "Pick up and deliver"
Shirts, trousers, etc. $1.00 per
hour flat rate. Phone 4-3962.
TI PING- Theses typed at reas
onable prices. Richards Secre
tarial Service, 14th and Will
amette. Ph. 5-0845. 38
WANTED—Woman for housework.
Call 6-1903 between 5 and 6
Radio Group Selected
Members of the Homecoming
radio promotion committee have
Teen announced by Chairman Dick
(Davis. They are as follows:
! Catherine Swick, skits; Jean
jMauro, radio contact; Anna Clark,
f'adio publicity; members at large
- Sayra Story, Rosemary Hamp
ton, Bunny Ivory and Ann Black
SU Board Approves
(Continued from page one)
Paul Lasker has been appointed
chairman for the house commit
tee of the regional Student Union
board conference, and Merv Hamp
ton has been appointed entertain
ment chairman, Donna Buse re
ported. The conference will be held
on the University of Oregon camp
us November 16 and 17.
DtiNhunc to (live Main Address
DuShane will deliver the con
ference keynote address on the
topic "The Union in Higher Edu
Hllller brought to the attention
of the hoard that members of the
directorate and other committees
arc not thoroughly familiar with
the organization and activities of
the board in their entirety, and
that the campus did not know the
purpose and function of the board.
A committee was appointed to
study and find out where the diffi
culties lie. in the publicity depart
ment, the committee to be headed
by Gretchen Grondahl. Hillier
pointed out that the blame was not
being placed in any one spot, and
that the committee was only ap
pointed to study the system as it
Is and suggest improvements.
It was recommended the execu
tive board set up a social hour for
the purpose of better acquainting
the members of the committee and
KWAX Staffers Meet
KYVAX personnel will meet at 7
tonight in 30-1 Viilard, according
to Dick Hardic, station manager.
Five Students Pay
Fines in Court
Five University of Oregon stu
dents, who pleaded guilty to a
charge of disorderly conduct, were
fined $25 each in Eugene's Munici
pal court Wednesday night.
The five are George Zupon, sen
ior in liberal arts, Button Gold
smith, senior in business, Gerald
Hendren, senior in journalism,
Frank I'rcston, senior in business,
and Donald Becker, senior in ar
chitecture and allied arts.
They were arrested Saturday
night, but released to appear in
Beth Miller Wins 1st
Place In NW Contest
Beth Miller, president of Phi Chi
Theta, women's business honorary,
haa won first place in the north
west district of a national window
decoration display contest.
The contest was sponsored by
the Gernas Garment company,
makers of Gay Gibson dresses.
Mrs. Miller's winning entry is
now on display in the Milmart,
Springfield garment shop.
Oregana picture schedule for the
remainder of the week:
Today Sherry Koss hall, Tau
Friday Sigma Alpha Epsilon,
Thesis Prizes Offered
By Writers' Service
Awards totaling $5,000 for “the
most interesting thesis written
each year’’ will be given in the l
future by Wr iters’ Service of New j
York, that organization has an- !
The stated purpose of the j
awards is “to provide a financial !
reward for meritorious academic
work, and to enliven it with the I
interest of prize competition.’’
Eighteen prizes will be given, in- i
eluding a $1,000-first prize, 5
awards of $5,000 each, 2 awards of 1
$200 each and 10 awards of $100
The first contest will close on
Dec. 31, 1952. There are no entry
fees, registration fees or reading
The booklet of contest rules and
other details can be obtained from
Writers’ Service, 7 East 42nd st.. j
New York 17,. N.Y.
Seats for the Friday and Sat
urday performances of the “Mad
woman of Chaillot’’ are still avail
able according to Gene Wiley. Uni
versity theater business manager.
Reservations may be made by call
ing extension 401. •
Agricultural experts have learn- i
ed how to breed chickens with an '
extra wing on the bird’s breast.
To Seek Change
Ft. G. Ci'Erian, representative
from the Navy Bureau of Ord
nance, in a meeting Wednesday ad
vised men in the reserves to re
quest their headquarters for a
change in their rating in the serv
ice according to their additional
training at the University.
The navy ami otner services will
reclassify these men if they have
advanced in training and if the re
quest is made before they receive
their cal! to report.
KWAX Plans Tryouts
Tryouts for the next KWAX
Fladio Workshop drama will ho
held from 3 to 4 :30 p.m. Friday in
Studio A. third floor Villard.
The actual broadcast of this
show will he held at 4:30 p.m. cn
KOAC and 6:30 p.m. on KWAX
TODAY S STAFF
Make-up editor: Bill Frye
Copy desk: Lucille Woodside,
Jackie Wardell, Laura Sturgea,
Elyncr Hobblee, Alice Hodges.
Night Editor: Pat Choat.
Night Staff: Jerri Phillips, Mary
Barber Ellen Eurbano, Ginger
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