Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 24, 1990, Page 8, Image 8

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    "25 Years of
Quality Service"
Mercedes • BMW • Volkswagen
Audi • Dalsun • Toyota
2025 Franklin Blvd
342-2912 Eugene. Oregon 97403
The Town Quacker Announces
University Housing .it the Univer
sity of Oregon is now accepting
application for the position of
QUALIFICATIONS: Must t>r a regular
lv enrolled student with enperience as a
Resident Assistant or comparable e«
[lenen.e as determined by the selection
committee Must be available to
students and stall during most
weeknights and weekends Will not be
allowed to hold an outside job
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MANDATORY Ml I TING: I tun l is l"t"u.n\b i| "
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APPLICATIONS: An n i .ibi. jl tin- h..i.| .Irik --t lh. H , ■ i < H
in .■ m W.illcn M.ill Du<- IVbrujiv 5 1990 no lain lhan 5pm
Only 2 positions available
An / ifutsl (Afftrmalnr A» tton f mployri
Club hockey team hits ice today
B\ Fr.u v Sumner
F mer.ild Sports F ditor
( lull Sports htis slims 11 (In
t'nivi'rsity n loin li o( Ihr ( .rr.il
U lull1 North i\ mu ( Ini'
Sports si,tins to ,i I 'niviTsils u r
Iioi km li-.im ( lull I lot kr\ i o
orilin.iloi Si oil Drown ,ni
llif ti'.im will play in tlif
A di\ isioii ol tin- Idlin' \iiin
It'llt 111*i kr\ Assm iiitiou ,i
258 f 15th
5« 7975
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The Saga Continues
Get a medium (12”)
Pizza for ONLY...
(.lust ask for the Special)
(Add'l Ingredient .70)
Why settle for less...
than the BEST!?!
(Limited delivery area)
1809 Franklin Blvd.
hockev league that employs a
nnnt.heiking I\ |• of hm ke\
said Hrou n ,i I dm ersit\ ■>!ii
iIimiI and president of the I’hi
kappa I’si fraternity
Hrou ii said non i Imi king
hoi ki*\ is still .1 physii .11 game
pist not .is niggl'd as tin- regular
type III' also said it is a more
opi'ii t\ pr ol hoi kt'\
It s higher si oring and last
i*i moving. HrovMi said
I liiTr s still a i onsidi'rabln
amount of i ont.n I hut it s not
as abusive
I hi* t '> man team is made up
mosth ot I niversilv students
lint Hrou n said there are e\i ep
I ions int.lud ing a 1 ’niversit\
prolessiir ol religious studies
and an an Intel lure professol
I he team s elder statesman is a
-1 I \ear old full lime student
Ver\ few ol the players are
from the I'ai dn Northwest
said Hrown who is from Kimde
Island I’lavers i mile liom all
nvei North Amerii a hut h.ne
one thing in i ommon they
all want to play ii e hoi kev
(.i tliiig ( lull Sport status \\ ill
In- ,i tremendous help lo the
I ram rspei iallv linaiu lallv
brown said \\ itli ( lull Spurt
status tlir Irani will lie eligible
lui IH funding drown said the
litnding w ill be needed In offset
the tremendous < osts of putting
a team oil tile u e
fin' team is still looking to, a
roach Hrovvn said They hope
to liml someone w itli substan
tial esperiem e in organized
hot kr\ I 'util a bent h boss is
lound. Hrown said lie and as
sistant i oordinator Mike
Kousell will till in as p I a \
er ci uit lies
The team opens play tonight
at H III with <i game at bane
l minis li e with a game against
International Air At adonis .i
senior team Irom Portland Ail
mission is free and all students
are rut oui.iged lo attend
Ibe team also will pla\ in a
benelit game bruins at a: la
p m against the bugene All
Stars Proc ends Irom the mall h
will go to I 'nis ersits mmol
Inn kes Admission to ibe
game also plased at bane
( minis li r is S
( ontmued Irom Pane 1
mth about 15 ptTt rnt ot Iht*
football betting Both Hyrni'
and Davey said that has do
u ilh the M l. being more |>o[Ul
lai Ilian the longer \HA season
1 ben s also ,i likelihood that
baseball or some other type ot
sport will later be added in the
summer Myrtle said he "hated
to put words in the lottery
i ommission's months but sees
it i inning I >a\ ey said the lot
lei\ commission might seek an
oil n i- pool toi mat for base
ball and partir ularlv the World
Set les
W lien the t'niveisity rereives
its total allm ation it w ill .idd to
,i tremendous iiw reuse in .illi
I (* I u department imum
IUmr noted tin' high XI AA
finishes of tin' men's tr.u k ,nnl
i mss i ountrx fi'.niis .in Inilr
pendent i' Hmvl u in fur the
fiioihiil! team and the softball
tc, mis first-ever poslse.isun
\( A A Tournament uppearaiu e
as examples <it how thmersilv
teams have lieen among the
best in the countrx in rei ent
\ ears
I think the one thing we
have done is moved our allilet
ii teams to a point where the\
vx ill be consistentk i ompeli
live be said
The Sun
Never Sets on
the Opportunities
As one of the (op diversified financial cor
porations in North America, SAFKCO’s
continuing growth lias created numerous
opportunities for hard-working, dedu aled
individuals in the following areas:
Information Systems
Rif individuals we're seeking u ill be highly
motivated, with a proven trai k record and
a strong desire to succeed
We offer excellent technical training, ad
vancement potential, and a competitive
salary and benefits package. We will be
holding an on-campus meeting on Tues
day, January 31st at 7:00pm in Cedar I’
Student Union. We will also hold:
On-Campus Interviews
February 1st
Please check with the Career Planning and
Placement office fc>r sign up information
If you're unable to attend, but still interested
in the opportunities available at SAFECO,
send your resume to: SAFECO Insurance
Companies, SAFECO Plaza. Seattle.
WA 98185. Attn: Kathle Ledger Equal
Opportunity Empluyer.
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