The news-review. (Roseburg, Or.) 1948-1994, September 08, 1949, Page 20, Image 20

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t Th Ntwl-fovitw, lloMbuif, Ore Thurs., Sept. I, 1949
NEW HOME FOR OREGON CO-EDS The University's new $1,600,000 dormitory for woman will
open for the first time thii fall. Modern throughout, it will houta 333 girl in living units of 20
aach. Each unit will ba aquippad with a kitchanatta, showar, bath and lavatory faeilitias, trunk
itoraga spaca, laundry room and individual staal lockars for off saason clothas, as wall as com
fortable and airy living rooms. Hara two prospaetiva frashman tait living in tha naw unit. Thay
ara from left Elizabeth Erb, end Bevarla Cohaan.
Roseburej Truck Drivers
Rtccfvt Safety Awards
Two Roseburg truck drivers,
employees of the Pacific Motor
Trucking company, received Na
tional Safety Council safe driver
awards recently at a company
picnic held at Portland's Oaks
park.
The men honored were T. W.
Alspaugh, Melrose route, and L.
K. Lee, 1701 Walnut SL
Alspaugh was given a seven
year award, Indicating no acci
dents while driving a truck for
that period of time. Lee won a
one year award.
To be eligible for the honor,
drivers must fulfill rigid require
ments, including a "no accident"
record. Accidents wHich ,' the
driver is powerless to prevent
do not count against his record.
RUTLEDGE PARALYZED
YORK. Me.. Sept. 8. jF Su
preme Court Justice Wiley B. Rut
ledge's physician said today that
the Jurist's left arm and leg are
paralyzed.
The 5.5-year-old Justice suffer
ed a cerebral hemorrhage. He has
been in York hospital 11 days.
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Teen Agers Are
Blamed For Riot
At Robeson Sing
ALBANY, N. Y. Sept 8 lPV
jne westcnester county district
attorney today blamed teen
ager foe, most'oT the violence
that followed the Paul Robeson
concert Bear Peeks kill Sunday.
At the' same time the prose
cutor, George M. Fanelll, In a
preliminary report to Governor
Dewey, lnferentlally denied the
contention of negro baritone Ro
beson that state and Westchester
county police had attacked con-certgoeii.
Fanelll; complimented all the
law enforcement officials assign
ed to the concert, area. He said
"they accomplished an insuper
able Job el-preventing fatalities."
Fanellf told the governor his
Investigation indicated that
"most ot the damxge and trouble
came from teen-agers who had
no connection with veteran
groups" I that paraded near the
concert area in protest agalnjt
what Dewey himself had termed
a "pro-communist" meeting.
Dewey, released the report
without comment.
FanelU aald that approximate
ly three automobiles were over
turned and that about 70 persons
were injured after the concert
Sunday l tergoon.
Unofficial reports had placeJ
the number ot Injured at more
than 13. ,
Earlier, a large grouD of war
veterans had paraded ii. the vi
cinity in protest against the con
cert bv.the left-wing Robeson.
Meanwhile, in. New York City
the CIO American Communica
tions association charged In a
telegram to Dewey that local and
state police "abetted and openly
aided" rockthrowers in the
bloody finish to a Paul Robeson
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JOE DIMAGGIO BELTS A GRAND SLAM Joe DiMaggio. Naw York Yankees outfielder,
crones home plate in Shibe park, Philadelphia attar ha belted e grend slam home run against
tha Philadelphia Athletics, driving in three fellow players. Waiting to greet DiMeggio, whose
grand slam was his 13th of the season, ara Vic Raschi (171 and Phil Riizuto (10). The A's
catcher is Joe Astroth. Other players are not identified. (AP wirephoto.l
concert last Sunday.
In another message to Presi
dent Truman the union asked for
federal investigation of the
affair.
Chert sey Abbey I h England
was once decorated with clay
tiles on which the romance o f
Trtstam and Isolde was portrayed.
India grows most of the world's
supply of Jute.
Jack rabbits derive their name
from their long donkey-like eats.
Thinking Only
Electrical Spurts
DENVER P) When you try
to remember something, little
spurts of electricity from your
brain run along the flesh of vour
temples. They emerge through
your skull.
The discovery of this electrical
force in memory was reported to
the American Psychological asso
ciation by Doctors John L. Ken
nedy and Robert M. Gottsdankcr
of Tufts college, Medford, Mass.
This discovery fits exactly with
findings of brain surgeons that
memory is electrical. The sur
geons, during operations that ex
posed the brain, caused patient
to remember things long forgot
ten. This they did by touching the
grey matter with a slight electri
cal current.
The Tufts psychologists find
that the electrical spurts that
come out through your skull, rise
from the very same brain sections
where the surgeons found the
seat of memory. This seat is the
temporal lobes, two sections of
grey matter, one on each side of
the head.
The electrical memory tabs re
ported by Dr. Kennedy are a new
type of brain waves. Such waves
are slight electrical surges which
are picked up by pasting metal
discs, or electrodes on the scalp,
and amplifying the electrical cur
rent they pick up.
To get the memory waves the
electrodes are fastened in front
of the top corner of each ear.
These new waves i re traced by a
pen on moving paper, where they
form little spindles, lying in a
horizontal position. There are
eight to twelve of them a second.
They don't appear all the time.
With your mind a blank none
show, unless a stray thought,
probably some memory, crosses
your brain. Then there is a brief
electrical wiggle.
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