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SID 0. KHZ OFF
FOB POST III SEME
Resigns Place on Faculty to
Accept Position With
| Lumbermen’s Asso
Carl Nelson, Junior, to Have
Charge of Classes for
\ Rest of Term.
Fhad O. Krantz, professor of the com
mercial and industrial survey depart
ment of the school of commerce, has
resigned his place to accept a position
with the West Coast Lumbermen’s as
sociation, a large lumber concern, own
ing mills in Oregon and Washington,
with headquarters at Seattle, lie left
on the 1.30 train this afternoon for
Portland, to take charge of his regular
classes of the University extension work
during the week-end, and will then leave
for Seattle. Mr. Krantz's new work
will deal with lumber extension work ir.
general and offers a salary far in ad
vance of the one which he received as
a member of the faculty.
On Oregonian Seven Years.
The class in industrial and commercial
work will he temporarily in charge of
Carl Nelson, n junior, who has been
aiding in the instruction of the ordnance
Air. Kmntz lias been a professor in
the school of commerce since last Oc
tober. Prior to accepting this position
he was n reporter on the Portland
Oregonian for n period of seven years,
during which time he reported financial,
political and industrial news. lie has
made the survey of Oregon’s industries
a special study, and lias gathered his
findings together in preparation for
writing a hook on the subject, which
will serve as a textbook for classes of
industrial and commercial survey, as
there is now no such book in circulation.
Dean’s Roturn Awaited.
The position left vacant on (lie faculty
by the resignation of Professor Krnntz
will not lie permanently filled until the
roturn of Dean I>. W. Morton, who lias
been in Boston since last, spring, on a
leave of absence from the University.
He is expected to return about March
15, and will take up his active work
with the school of commerce with the
opening of the spring quarter, April 1.
lie. has held a position as expert ac
countant for a large firm in Boston,
and has been teaching in Boston Uni
DEBATE SET FOR MARCH 15
Oregon Affirmative in Coast League
Contest With British Columbia.
The coast league debate between the
Universities of Oregon and British Co
lumbia, will be held the evening of
March 15, ut Villa rd I InII. Oregon is
to take the affirmative, and will be rep
resented by Kennetli Armstrong, cap
tain, and Ralph Holzman.
Two other coast league debates arc
scheduled for the same night, the Uni
versity negative team, Hugh Brunk, cap
tain. and Carlton Savage, will meet the
University of Washington at Seattle,
and Washington will meet British Co
lumbia. at Vancouver, B. C.
British Columbia is taking 'the place
of Behind Stanford Jr., in the coast
league debates this year.
SERVED BY U. WOMEN
Members of War Economy Class
Have Twelve-and-a Half
A 12%-eent luncheon was served by
tlie members of the war economy class
to themselves this week. The idea of
the luncheon was to get a sufficient
amount of the proper food values by
serving as ‘Tloovorish” and inexpensive
a lunch as possible. The girls used uo
more fats than were necessary, and the
maximum amount of vegetables. The
lunch was practically without sugar and
was wheatlcss and butterless.
Ruth Gregory was chief cook, and all
the articles, with the exception of the
salted salmon, were prepared in just
a short time before the lunch.
The menu was as follows:
Bran vegetable soup, thickened with
cream of barley.
Oatmeal and barley wafers.
Annual Y. W. Event Features
Military Program at Dinner.
Dean Fox Honored Before
Leaving for Red Cross
Work in France.
Miss Ethel Cutler, national Y. W. C.
A. secretary, and Dean Elizabeth Fox
were guests of honor last night at a
banquet given at the Hotel Osburn by
the University Y. W. C. A. Nearly 150
guests were seated about the tables,
which were arranged in the main dining
lii the receiving line were Ruth Wil
son, retiring president of the associa
tion; Miss Tirza Dinsdale. Miss Cutler,
Dean Fox, Mrs. K. W. Onthank, Mrs.
T. R. Burnett, Dean John Straub, and
Daffodils were used on the prettily
appointed tables and were clustered
about the room, making it unusually at
tractive. A solo was sting by Mrs. Daise
Berkett Middleton, Miss Winifred Forbes
giving a violin number between courses.
A number of short talks were given
during the banquet, ns follows:
On the Firing Line— .Tirza DinsdaD
Over the Top.Dean Elizabeth Fox
Word from Headquarters .
.Miss Ethel Cutler
Camouflage . Mary Watson
Reveille .Essie McGuire
First Aid .Ruth Westfall
Infantry, “Frosh”.Ami Lagns
. Grace Hammerstrom
Flyers, “Juniors” .Dorothy Flegel
Veterans, "Seniors” ....Dorothy Collier
Mildred Steinmetz, Beatrice Thurston.
Marion Bowen, Mabyl Weller, Ollie
Stoltenburg, Lois Laughlin, Beulah
“Carry On” .
Announcement of Officers for New Yoar
Election of Advisory Board.
Quartermaster’s Report.... Helen Walls
“Taps”.Ruth Ann Wilson
“All in It”...The Star Spangled Banner
Accompanist, Cornelia IJecss.
Special music—Pniso Beckett Middle
ton, soloist; Winifred Forbes, violinist:
Ruth Davis, accompanist.
Ruth Wilson acted as toastmistress.
NO FEES FOR Y. M. C. A
Revised Constitution Eliminates Charge
for Association Membership.
No fees will be charged members of
the Y. M. C. A. hereafter, according
to a revision of the constitution, made
by Kenneth Lancefield and Walter
Myers, members of a committee recent
ly appointed by Clinton Thienes, presi
dent of the campus organization. The
object of this organization shall be to
lead students to become disciples of
Jesus Christ as Divine Lord and Savior,
to lead them to join the church, to pro
mote growth in Christian faith and char
acter, and to eniist them in Christian
service, according to the new constitu
CO-EDS GET MILITARY MARCHING
Extensive Course to Be Given Univer-1
sity of Michigan Women. >
Military marching for University wo- I
men will be held for the first time this '
semester at 4 o’clock this afternoon in
Barbour gymnasium. The military in- I
structors are planning to give the wo- 1
men an extensive military marching pro
gram this semester.—Michigan Daily.
LAW LIBRARY HAS NEW BOOKS
Set of 111 Volumes Added; Y. M. C. A.
Gives 10 to u. Library.
A set of the Northeastern Reporter
has been added during the past week
to the shelves of the law library in
the education building. There are about j
111 volumes in the set. A gift of
about 10 books on Y. M. C. A. and
student volunteer work was made last
week to the University library, by the
college Y. M. C. A.
UTAH JOURNALISTS WANT FRAT
Students form Local Organization to
Petition Phi Delta Epsilon.
Fourteen journalism students at the
University fo Utah, have banded to
gether in order to form a journalism
fraternity. It is planned to petition the
1’i Delta Epsilon, national honorary
journalistic fraternity, for a charter. A
news writing class was started in the'
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would he especially welcome. Very few
volumes of any kind have been brought
to the library lately, although the de
mand is as great as ever. Technical
works are especially called for, but few
engineers have contributed any of them..
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