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About Oregon emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1909-1920 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 19, 1912)
UNIVERSITY KILL MO
SOUS A! CAPITOL
Exhibit of Reference Material Placed
In State Building for Convenience
The University has been granted
the best exhibit space in the rotunda
of the Capitol building at Salem, by
the Secretary of State. This space
will be used for analysis of subjects
concerning legislation, charts, maps,
and diagrams submitted by the Uni
versity. The idea is to give the leg
islators a comprehensive view of both
sides of the various questions, as well
as to show them what the University
is doing in research work on problems
of interest to the state.
Professor F. G. Young visited the
Capitol in the interests of the Uni
versity last Saturday and submits the
following lists of subjects that have
been analyzed and placed on exhibit:
1. Power Resources of Oregon—
Prompt and Highest Development of
2. Development of Agricultural
2. Co-operation in Ruying and
Selling—Plans for Organizing.
4. Appropriation of the Unearned
Social Increment- A Plan of Taxa
tion to Effect this.
} l>. The Problem of Organizing
0. Agencies to Reduce Unemploy
ment to Lowest Minimum.
7. Organization to Secure Highest
Efficiency in the Legislature.
8. Comparative Study of State
Systems of Direct Legislation.
ft Political Reorganization of the
10. Outline of Most Approved Fea
tures in Highway Codes. (With pro
vision for continuous maintenance.)
11. The Principles of Planning
12. A State Budgetary System.
13. A System for Oregon Municipal
14. Oregon County Budgets.
IB. Chart of Proposed Basis for
Adjustment of Salaries of Oregon
REDDIE IS SURPRISED
“I tom Iwy and Son” Caste Pays
Stately V'isit to Home of Director
and Fun Ensues.
A surprise party was sprung on
Professor and Mrs. lieddiu last night
and they were presented with a
largo rocking chair by the caste of
"Itomboy and Son” in appreciation of
their work in making the play a suc
Mysterious baskets and bundles ac
companied seventeen of the east to
the Iteddie residence on Fairmont
Heights, the house was easily cap
turcd. Professor and Mrs. Reddie hav
ng been invited to a nearby Heigh
ts) rs. After all had been put in
readiness, the host and hostess were
called home and were met at the
door with an Oregon soup' and hearty
'total cheers. Walter Dimm presented
the rocking chair in behalf of the
Dramatic Club. The evening was
pent in telling stories and playing
liarade- Itelri haunts wore served
by some of the masculine guests neat
ly attired as serving girls.
Ceaiy Vnnounces Ottiee Hours.
Muring r \rthvir C.eary wishes to
announce that 1 thee hours in the
Men’s (iymrusiun are from S until
10 o'clock i . h day. From 10 until
12 <jYl"<' 1„. .sill la- found in Presi
dent Campla IT.- o 1 In the after
aeon, he 1 -nund in his office in
the Cytnn- 1 rally from t lin
'd 6 o’et \
OREHDN I I i'F M \K F.S
Continued from first page.
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M. 1 Bowman.
10. “ \ Plainsman'- S mg ‘ Bliss
TO NOTED PERIODICAL
Oregon Professor Discusses Direct
Primary in Political Science
Among the six leading articles con
tributed to the current number of the
Political Science Quarterly, is one by
Dr. James D. Parnett of the Political
Science department of the University
upon the topic, “Forestalling the Di
rect Primary in Oregon.” The Poli
tical Science Quarterly is a magazine
of worldwide circulation and is pub
lished by the Academy of Political
Science in connection with Columbia
Dr. Barnett gives a description of
the success Oregon has achieved in
trying out the Direct Primary System,
and describes some of the schemes
used to get around its provisions. The
Assembly plan, so popular with cer
tain politicians of the state a few
years ago, is thoroughly discussed.
Other states at this time are being
introduced to the Primary system, and
this article by Dr. Barnett, who is a
recognized authority on this subject
in the United States, is an import
ant one. It has been reprinted in
pamphlet form by the publishers for
the use of those interested.
(Continued from First Pasre.l
“The figures given above are ap
proximate. A detailed financial state
ment will be forthcoming at the next
meeting of the executive committee. ”
Matter Deferred Until Next Year.
The situation regarding the Month
ly is not materially different from
that of a few days ago. The resigna
tion of Flora Dunham has not been
considered by the Executive Council,
nor has it considered the report of
the manager. These matters will not
come before this committee until next
year, after the Christmas holidays.
OREGON GRADS SUCCEED
Hailey Glafke Returns to Visit Alma
Mater and Reports Work of
Harley Glafke, a former Portland
boy and a graduate of the University
of Oregon from the Pre-Medical
Course in the class of 1907, is out
from Chicago, and paid a visit to his
old Oregon friends last week.
He and “Ike” Fountain, the Univer
sity’s famous yell leader in his day,
entered Northwestern Medical College,
Chicago. On graduation, they took
the competitive examination for in
terneships at the Cook County Hospi
tal, Chicago, the most desirable place
open to graduates. Out of some 160
applicants for the 40 positions, they
received the highest honor, being
among the first group of twenty
Olafke will shortly enter the office
of one of the most noted physicians in
Chicago. After a year or two he ex
pects to study abroad at either Vienna
or Berlin. He will probably ulti
mately locate for practice in his old
home in Portland.
He says that “Billy” Neal, also
from the Pre-Medical Course at the
University of Oregon, was pronounced
by the Dean of Northwestern Medical
the best prepared man in his class, in
fact a phenomenon.
“Ike” Fountain is now located in
Klamath Falls, with his wife and
“Billy” Neal is a nephew of Dr.
Battle of Eugene.
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