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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 6, 1938)
Professor Howard Will
Speak at Peace Forums
To Be Held on Campus
Final preparations were made yesterday for the program of con
structive peace education that has grown out of the youth peace move
ment at the University of Oregon with the securing of Charles G,
Howard, law school professor, as one of the faculty, speakers on
All students at the University who wish to discuss or join the
attempt to find methods of peace education may attend the series of
forums on America’s internation
al policy, raw material and popu
lation pressure, and peace and
war propaganda, to be held in
Gerlinger hall beginning at 3
o’clock in the afternoon next Tues
day and Wednesday.
Assembly Speaker Contributes
Lieutenant - Commander Bryant,
who is to speak at the ASUO
assembly at 10 o’clock Wednesday
morning, will contribute the last
phase of this united effort toward
peace when he presents his obser
vations on “The Far Eastern Con
flict, the Causes, Consequences and
Tentative plans of the committee
In charge of the movement provid
ed for the addition of Dr. Calvin
Crumbaker, economics professor,
to the group for the consideration
of armaments budgets.
Other faculty members who will
take part with students in the con
ference are Dr. E. Hargis, Dr.
Charles G. Howard, Dr. Calvin
Crumbaker, Dr. James D. Barnett,
Dr. Waldo Schumacher, Dr. E. H.
Moore, Dr. W. D. Smith, A. L.
Lomax, Dean Eric W. Allen, and
Professor S. Stephenson Smith.
Marion DeKoning is chairman of
the committee. Mrs. John Stark
Evans, adviser of the YWCA;
Francis Beck, YMCA adviser, and
Dr. Victor P. Morris of the law
school are assisting committee
Radio Comedienne Grade Allen
is offering a bearskin prize as an
Award of Ingenuity to the man
graduating from college with the
William Hall, graduate, ’36, has
won a preservice fellowship in
public administration at the Uni
versity of Minnesota for the school
* Hall was very prominent on the
Oregon campus as an undergrad
uate. He was winner of the Al
bert and Koyl cups, was a Phi Beta
Kappa, Friar, and is a brother of
the present student body presi
dent, Barnard Hall. He has been
a research assistant for the Bureau
of Municipal Research since grad
Beta Alpha Psi Will
A reunion of the alumni and
undergraduate members of Beta
Alpha Psi, accounting honorary
society, will be held on the cam
At a business meeting today at
4 o’clock, 14 undergraduates will
be pledged to the honorary. They
are: Garland Ganger, Leo Young,
William Zimmerman, Carl Bryan,
Wilson Siegmund, Hideo Kajika
wa, Henry Spivak, DeLos Shinn,
John Shiley, Karl Wester, Ken
neth Reeves, Wade Hanson, Har
old Faunt, and Roy McKnight.
Tonight at 5:30 the group will
hoia a banquet at McCrady’s
cafe with Calvin Crumbaker, pro
fessor of economics, as speaker.
Professor Crumbaker will speak
on “The Economic Effects of the
Proposed Tax on Federal Em
ployees and Federal Bonds.’'
San Diego State college has ex
tension courses in navigation and
nautical astronomy. Sailors, ahoy!
College handball players in Ore
gon have organized an Oregon
State Intercollegiate handball
league, one of the first of its kind
in the United States.
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Beta Theta Pi, 1109 Patteson .
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Campbell Co-op, 727 E. 13th.
Canard Club, 1436 Alder .
Chi Psi, 1018 Hilyard .
Delta Tau Delta, 1883 University
Delta Upsilon, 754 E. 13th .
Gamma Hall, 1411 Onyx.
Kappa Signi a, 793 E. 11th .
Omega Hall, 1495 Onyx.
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Phi Sigma Kappa ..*.
Pi Kappa Alpha, 715 E. 15th.1665
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 812 E. 14th .2800
Sigma Alpha Mu, 1860 Potter .2898
Sigma Chi, 808 E. 13th .565
Sigma Hall, 1479 Onyx.3300 Ext. 329
Sigma Nu, 763 E. 11th .324
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 849 E. 11th .700
Theta Chi, 1151 E. 19th .1920
Yeomen .3300 Ext. 237
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Alpha Omicron Pi, 1680 Alder .
Alpha Phi, 1050 Hilyard.
Alpha Xi Delta, 1316 Alder.
Chi Omega, 1461 Alder .
Co-op Cottage, 1390 Onyx.
Delta Delta Delta, 1987 University .
Delta Gamma, 1584 Alder .
Gamma Phi Beta, 1021 Hilyard .
Girls’ Cooperative, 1415 University .
Girls’ Cooperative, 1213 Hilyard.
Hendricks Hall, University Campus .
Kappa Alpha Theta, 791 E. 15th .
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 821 E. 15th .
Pi Beta Phi, 1518 Kincaid.
Sigma Kappa, 1761 Alder .
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Zeta Tau Alpha, 1433 University.
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