Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 18, 1952, Page Seven, Image 7

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per word.
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FOR SALK: 0 room home, carpet
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Entries Urged
In Jr. Weekend
Library Contest
The library contest is now under
ivay, and entries will go on display
Junior Weekend, May 9 and 10.
Students have been urged to enter
the rurc for $150 in prizes, to be
given in books at the Co-op, by
Winging their personal library
from their room on campus or
from their home.
A total of 78 libraries were ex
hibited last year, according to Miss
Bernice Rise, who is in charge of
the Browsing Room program, and
more are expected this year. The
three categories and the nine
[irizes give more chances to win,
-he said, and even for those who
don't happen to be among the
lucky nine (who, Incidentally, also
win a free dinner at the expense of
Ihe library), there is always the
thrill of rearranging one's personal
books end finding out just what
constitutes a personal library.
Those students who influence the
most other persons to enter the
contest will receive a prize also
i book selected by Miss Rise. And
for the houses there also is the
Josephine Evans Harpham Silver
Cup for which to compete.
"with suits with expression”
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Religious Notes
Compiled by Tom Shepherd
»pnng retreats, Diocesan con
ventions, talks on religious prob
lems and regional conferences are
slated for campus religious group
agendas during the coming week.
Wesley Foundation
"This is our Time” is the theme
of the Wesley foundation's annual
spring retreat which will be held
In conjunction with the Oregon
Methodist Student movement this
weekend at Camp Magruder on
the coast. Lem Stokes, secretary
of the department of university
and college religious life of the
Methodist church, is guest speak
er for the convention.
*Christianity's Answer to Com
munism" will bring together Wes
ley and Westminster foundations
for a Joint get-together at Wesley
house following the regularly
scheduled 0:30 p.m. Sunday meet
ing. Kirk West, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church of Medford,
will be the main speaker.
A discussion centered around
"World Crisis" will be led by M. J.
Flach, visiting University lecturer
in political science, at the 5:30
p.m. Tuesday pot-luck. All Uni
versity students are cordially in
Newman Club
“Is Spain Anti-Protestant?” will
be the topic for discussion at the
Newman club meeting at 7 p.m.
Sunday in the Student Union. The
Rev. Edmund J. Murnane, pastor
of St. Mary’s Catholic church and
chaplain of the club, will speak on
that subject and his talk will be
followed by open discussion. The
meeting will not be restricted to
members of the organization and
all interested students may attend.
Westminster Foundation
"April in Paris" is the theme of
the annual formal banquet and
ball honoring the group seniors to
be held Saturday night at West
minster house.
Kirkland West will address Wes
ley and Westminster groups Sun
day evening. A former missionary
to China, he was in the now Com
munist country from 1025 to 1941
when he was forced to return to
the United States at the outbreak
of the Japanese war. Returning to
China in 1945. he was imprisoned
several times by the Communists.
He managed to escape in 1948 and
now resides in America.
An informal lunch for students
interested in talking with West is
planned for Monday noon at the
nous*-. Medford Presbyterian stu
dents will be special guests.
Jim Woodworth will be the stu
dent leader for the W'ednesday
noon chapel services at the house.
Canterbury Club
Scheduling of the weekend Dio
cesan convention will necessitate
the cancellation of the regularly
scheduled Sunday Canterbury club
meeting. Regular meetings, com
plete with evening prayer, supper
and discussion of pertinent relig
ious and moral problems, will be
resumed the following week.
University Kpiscopal students
are reminded of the 7 a m. Wed
nesday Celebration of Holy Com
munion in Gcrlinger hall every
Gamma Delta
Gamma Delta, Lutheran student
group, will travel to Corvallis for
a joint meeting with the Oregon
State chapter Sunday evening.
Members will meet at the cast door
of the Student Union at 4:30 p.m.
Christian House
Menucha, a large estate 25 miles
east of Portland, is the setting for j
the Christian Northwest Regional
conference which will draw stu
dent representatives from 12 cam-!
puses in Oregon and Washington.
Slated for April 18-20, the main
groups will leave Friday from
Christian house- one at 3 p.m. and
the other at 6 p.m. Bob Randall is I
in charge of transportation and
Wah Chun is president of the Ore
gon delegation.
An informal session, preparatory
to church service at First Chris
tian church, conducted by the cam
pus group, will be held at 6 p.m.
Sunday. Faye Filby is in charge of
arrangements. Mary Peterson,
George Good, Pat Hartley and
Ralph Adams will have special
roles in the program.
The first International hour of
the term is slated for 4 p.m. Tues
day. A different foreign student is
guest of the house each week and
tells about himself and his own
country. All interested University
students are invited.
Lutheran Students
Clark Creek Ranger camp is the
scene for the Oregon Lutheran
Student retreat Friday through
Sunday. All interested University
students may obtain information
by calling or stopping at the house.
No evening meeting is slated be
cause of the retreat.
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Students to Vote On Code in Class
A letter was Bent Thursday to
approximately 100 professors who!
will hold 10 o'clock classes Wed-!
nesday, April 23, requesting a I
small portion of their class time >
to carry out the honor code stu- I
dent referendum.
The letter, signed by code com
mittee member Marilyn Thompson,
said the ballots would be distrib
uted quickly with "not more than
ten minutes of your class period"
need to complete the whole opera
The 10 o’clock hour was selected,
Miss Thompson explained, to ''on
tain a strong indication of student
opinion." She requested an imm- -
rliatc reply which can be sent
through inter-departmental ms.l
to the Honor Code. Student Unl©'>.
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