Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, April 17, 1980, Section A, Page 2, Image 2

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Lucy booth needs volunteers
Volunteers are needed to staff
the Lucy Booth at the Saturday
Market The booth, modeled on
the one in the Peanuts cartoon
strip, is a mental health out
reach program sponsored by
the Mental Health Association,
in Lane County.
Volunteers make referrals,
give information and help
clients clarify problems and
seek solutions.
A free, all day workshop
focusing on interpersonal com
munication skills will be held
April 27 for all volunteers.
All volunteers must apply by
April 22 at the Mental Health
Office, 1432 Orchard Ave. For
further information call
344-6092 or 344-6711.
Donate plasma
Earn $100 a month
• Takes 3-4 hours a week spare time.
• Medically supervised.
• Free physical
• Call for an appointment
484-2241,8-5 MWF, 11 -7 TuTh
Eugene Plasma Corp. 1071 Olive St.
this ad worth $5 extra on first donation
DAVE
EATON
For ASUO President
• 1FC Vice Chair
• EMU Board
• ERA Lobbyist
A Practical Approach
For Effective Change
pmUt Enton for ASUO President
David
Jennings
For
Eugene
City Council
“As an ANTI-NUCLEAR lobbyist
in the 1975 Legislature I fought
to protect our environment. ’’
David Jennings
The Progressive Alternative
Paid: David Jennings for City Councilor, Kent Anderson, Treasurer, 744 W Park, Eugene, OR 97401
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peanuts®
Speech team members win national award
Four University speech team
members competed at the Na
tional Individual Events Tour
nament at ther Air Force
Academy in Colorado Springs
April 4-5.
The speakers earned their
way to the tournament after
receiving high rankings among
other top speakers in the North
west. Over 80 colleges and un
iversities from the entire nation
were represented at the con
test.
Joan Larson competed for the
University in After Dinner
Speaking and Expository
Speaking. John Nelson com
peted in Dramatic Interpreta
tion.
The team Shelly Barber and
Lowell Axtmann highlighted
competition for the University
team by placing 13th out of 60
other regional champions in the
Duo Interpretation event.
Axtmann says he owes his
success to “work, sweat, sore
throats and loads of emotional
intensity.”
briefs
MEETINGS
The International Association of Students
In Economics and Business Management
will meet today in the EMU at 5 p.m (room to
be posted) Marketing efforts, fundraising
and the weekend outing will be discussed
The Jewish Student Union will meet in
Suite 5 of the EMU at 4:45 p.m today for a
group picture for the yearbook.
MEChA'a “CINCO de MAYO" update
meeting will be held today at 4:30 p.m. in the
MEChA office
The Society of Professional Journalists,
Sigma Delta Chi will meet today at 3:30 p.m.
to discuss the annual fundraising book sale
The meeting will be in the EMU (room to be
posted).
The Hawaii Chib will meet today at 7:30
p.m. in the EMU (room to be posted).
Members must be present to sign-up for
Sunday's bowling tournament and the up
coming banquet. For more information call
686-0025
LECTURES
Dale Kuhn will give a talk today on "What
Kind of Leadership is Needed in Today's
Society" in the Carson Gold Room at 7 p.m.
The talk is sponsored by the Campus Cru
sade for Christ
Waller Avramenko will speak on
"Volcanism and Structure of the Echo
Mountain Quadrangle. Oregon" at 12:30
p.m. today in 307 Volcanology.
Joyce Eaton will speak on "Tertiary Fossil
Leaves and the Paleoecological Sig
nifigance" at 1 p.m. in 307 Volcanology.
The University Outdoor Program will
sponsor a slide show on the Hardesty
Mountain forest lands today at 7:30 p.m. in
Room 177 Lawerence
David Frtedlander, biology department.
Columbia University, will speak on "Plasicity
of Identified Neuron in Developing Prawn,
Macrobrachium grossembergii" today at
12:30 p.m. in 317 Science III.
MISCELLANEOUS
Gay Hotline is open to receive calls for
crisis counceling, information and referral 8
p.m. to midnight, Thursday to Sunday. Call
485-1075.
A simple and enjoyable means of reduc
ing stress and increasing energy will be the
focus of an introductory discussion on the
Transcendental Meditation program at
12:30 p.m. in the EMU.
Cigarettes smokers, who are at least 25
years old, can earn $2 for 15 minutes by
filling out a questionaire about their percep
tions of smoking control programs.
Someone from the Oregon Smoking Control
Program will be in the EMU (room to be
posted) from 11 a m. until 2 p.m. today. Stop
in or call 686-4903 for more information.
Women in Communications elections today
at 4:30 p.m. in the Allen Room of Allen Hall.
POLICY
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Thursday and Friday
April 17 & 18
If you think three layers ot rich hot fudge, DAIRY
QUEEN' soft serve and Spanish peanuts sounds
deliciously extravagant - well, you're right. But this
Thursday and Friday the price is very, very sensible. So
hurry to your participating DAIRY QUEEN" store during
our sale And enjoy.
Hie 79
Peanut
Buster
Parfait
Sale.
Dairy
Queen
13th & Hilyard
open ’til 12:00 p.m.