Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 09, 1980, Page 2, Image 2

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Summer Session set to open June 16
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A full range of regular Univer
sity courses, special workshops
and "vacation colleges" will be
included in the University's
1980 Summer Session program
scheduled to start next month
According to Ron Trebon,
Summer Session business
manager, about 800 courses
will be offered during the sum
mer. Regular Summer Session
courses will run from Tuesday,
June 17, to Friday, Aug. 29
Registration will be held Mon
day, June 16, at McArthur Court
on campus.
Trebon said a time schedule
of classes to be offered will be
available Thursday, May 15,
from the registrar's office in
Oregon Hall, or at the Summer
Session office in PLC.
According to Trebon, the
University anticipates a summer
enrollment of about 7,025, a
“modest increase" over last
summer s enrollment of 6,994.
Persons wisning 10 ouiam ad
ditional information or a sum
mer session catalog may write
to the University Summer Ses
sion office, 64 PLC, University of
Oregon, Eugene OR 97403, or
telephone 686-3475.
“Intent to Register” cards,
included in the catalog, should
be filed with the registrar's of
fice or the Summer Session of
fice before June 1 to assure that
registration material is available
on June 16, Trebon said.
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Week of May 21st - 24th
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WED - Richard Smith & Kevin Deitz
THUR - Maija
FRI - Cam Newton Trio
SAT - Cam Newton Trio
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MEETINGS
InterVarsIty Christian Fellowship meets
tonight at 7 in Stafford Lounge of Earl
Complex.
Salem Heights Baptist church invites all
international students to a banquet at 6 p m
today Transportation leaves the Way Inn at
4:30 p.m. Call 485-0867 if interested. The
International Christian Fellowship will meet
tonight with the First Baptist college class at
the Way Inn for recreation and a musical
program featuring a musical group from
Arizona Bible College at 7 p.m.
There will be a University AAUP member
ship meeting today at 3:30 p.m. in Room 101
EMU All faculty members are welcome.
Lazar s Bazar
Bongs & Pipes
on Sale
1036 H’illamettf 687 0139, 687-9766
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For Textbooks
Mon.-Fri.
Smith Family
Bookstore
768 E. 13th
1 Bl. From Campus
Ph 345-1651
Professor Friedman will lead a discussion on
"Collective Bargaining in Higher Educa
tion.”
LECTURES
Dr. Stephen Cotgrove, sociology, will
speak on “Environmentalism. Value Change
and Politics.”
The Sun Shop, 1022 Willamette St., will
host a free phono cartridge clinic Saturday
Experts from Ortofon, a Danish cartridge
manufacturer, will clean and inspect phono
cartridges for wear and damage The ex
perts will then measure for frequency re
sponse, channel separation, distortion,
output and other important tests The clinic
is on a first come, first serve basis
Alcoholics Victorious will meet Saturday
at 7:30 p.m at the First Church of the
Nazarene, on the corner of 8th Avenue and
Madison Street. The meeting is free and
everyone can attend For more information
call 484-1712.
MISCELLANEOUS
There will be a lesbian/ gay picnic potluck
and softball game at Skinner's Butte Park at
noon today Everyone is welcome. Call the
Gay People's Alliance at 686-3360 for more
information.
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