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irreat spirit of patriotism.
Dr. Noble, who at present is
writing a history of Korea, said
that, the Japanese believe they are
"Mistress of the Orient,’ and gain
strength through their emperor
whom they consider the very core
of the state.
“They do not revere him exactly
Eugono’s most mo.rtorn
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as God,” the speaker stated, “but
realize his mistakes and take him
more as the symbol of what the
nation can do. He stands for a
great principle, and when a person
is able to see this loyalty and love,
he realizes the power of the peo
Dr. Noble discussed the differ
ence in conditions between tjhis
country and Japan and pointed out
some of the sacrifices the people
are going through in the present
war. He returned to this country
early this month and expressed his
surprise at seeing a plenty of food
The noted instructor is expected
to join the University teaching
staff again next fall. He was born
in Japan, the son of a missionary,
and has since been educated in the
United States. Dr. Donald M. Fab,
University president, introduced
Robert Carlson opened the
assembly program with a cornet
solo. He was accompanied on the
piano by Geraldine Walker.
A Her the game
drop in to Robin
son 's f o r t h a t
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DADS’ WEEKEND PROGRAM
FRIDA V, January 20
1:30-5:00, Registration, Johnson
6:00 p.m., Executive committee
dimer, Faculty club.
8:00 p.m., Washington vs. Oregon
basketball game, cArthur court.
SATURDAY, January 27
8:30 to 3:00, Registration, Johnson
10:00 a.m., mass meeting of Dads,
Guild theater, Johnson hall.
12:00 r.oon, Luncheon with sons
1:30 to 3:30, Features:
Plaque unveiling and ceremony
at law school; home econom
ics, Chapman hall; University
library; museum of artj mu
seum of natural history; stu
dent health service.
Student demonstration and dis
play; business administration
school; physical education
school; journalism building;
art school; pre-med laboratory
and equipment, McClure and
(Continued from page one)
Oregon’s next building has the fol
lowing names on its roster:
Jean Wilson, Florence Cooley,
Janet Rieg, Spencer Weills, Ruth
Hartley, Joan Dalen, A1 Silver
nail, Gordon Childs, Warren
Treece, Bud Vandeneynde, Doug
Fabian, Mary Elizabeth Earl, Jean
ette Neilson, Ray Schriek, Ty
Hutchins, Virginia Doten, Ruth
Graham, and Glenn Williams.
Group to Contact Alums
Saturday marks the first pro
ject of the group. Number two on
Deatly; ROTO building.
Rand and orchestra concert, mu
sic school; Honoiaries will ar
range and supervise displays
in professional schools.
Faculty members in several pro
fessional schools will be pres
ent to meet Dads.
3:45-4:00, Description of the Uni
versity’s civilian aeronautics
program by Carlton Spencer.
4:00 to 4:45. Student variety show.
5:30 p.m., Oregon Dads banquet,
Gerlinger hall; speaker, Dr.
Donald M. Erb.
8:00 p.m., Washington vs. Oregon
basketball game, McArthur
9:30 p.m., Firesides or smokers for
Dads in each living organization.
SUNDAY, January 38
11:00 a.m., Special Drds’ day
services at Eugene churches.
1:00 p.m., Dinner with sons and
3:00 to 5:00, Open house, Museum
of Oriental arts.
the list' may be to contact some
100 alums and business men in the
vicinity who once pledged their fi
nancial support for the union, but
lost interest when plans failed to
materialize. A survey will be made
to determine how many will re
pledge their aid, now that definite
progress has been made.
Will V. Norris, professor of phy
sics, will talk to both the varsity
and freshman committees at their
next meetings, explaining the phy
sical aspects of the structure. Lat
er, F. A. Cuthbert, campus land
scape architect, is to address the
For Your Convenience in Getting1 Around the Campus
MEN’S LIVING ORGANIZATIONS
Alpha Hall, 1320 E. 14th.3300 Ext. 260
Alpha Tau Omega, 1306 E. 18th.703
Beta Theta Pi, 1109 Patterson.1024
Campbell Co-op, 1332 Kincaid.634-J
Canard Club, 1410 Alder .854
Chi Psi, 1018 Hilyard .1320
Delta Tau Delta, 1883 University .. ..940
Delta Upsilon, 754 E. 13th.1128
Gamma Hall, 1411 Onyx.3300 Ext. 342
Kappa Sigma, 793 E. 11th .2820
Kirkwood Co-op, 727 E. 13th.386
Omega Hall, 1495 Onyx.3300 Ext. 275
Phi Delta Thetha, 1472 Kincaid 313
Phi Gamma Delta, 1367 Alder.660
Phi Kappa Psi, 729 E. 11th .758 .
Phi Sigma Kappa, 1335 Alder.1906
Pi Kappa Alpha, 1436 Alder .1665
Sherry Ross Hall, 1319 E. 15th.3300 Ext. 324
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 .. 32<t
Sigma Phi Epsilon, 849 E. 11th .700
Theta Chi, 1151 E. 19th .1920
Yeomen . .3300 Ext. 266
Zeta Hall, 1427 Onyx .3300 Ext. 270
WOMEN’S LIVING ORGANIZATIONS
Alpha Chi Omega, 850 E. 15th.1307
Alpha Delta Pi, 1670 Alder.1309
Alpha Gamma Delta, 1648 Alder.1780
Alpha Omicron Pi, 1680 Alder .2840
Alpha Phi, 1050 Hilyard .3200
Alpha Xi Delta, 1316 Alder.569
Chi Omega, 1461 Alder.729
Co-op Cottage, 1390 Onyx .3300 Ext. 363
Delta Delta Delta. 1987 University .2900
Delta Gamma, 1584 Alder .2306
Gamma Phi Beta, 1021 Hilyard ..772
Hendricks Hall, University Campus.688
Hi-Land House, 1992 Potter.3818
Hilyard House, 1021 Hilyard.772
Kappa Alpha Theta, 791 E. 15th .2340
Kappa Kappa Gamma, 821 E. 15th . 204
Pi Beta Phi, 1518 Kincaid .947
Sigma Kappa, 1761 Alder . 1516
Susan Campbell Hall, University Campus.2082
University House, 1415 University.2884
Zeta Tau Alpha, 1433 University . 2788
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This page is you Official Program for the weekend_
(Continued from page one)
ber of the Friendly hall gang with
Alex Brown close to 20 years ago,
is now a member of the legisla
ture from his home district.
Grad and Dad
An Oregon grad who is also an
Oregon dad is Merle R. Chessman
’09, editor of the Astorian-Budget.
Mr. Chessman's representative in
the Oregon student body this year
is son Bob, freshman in journal
Two co-publishers who also are
Oregon grads and former school
mates in the University are Joe
Colbert Brown and his wife, Mary
Conn Brown, of the Redmond
Spokesman, a little paper which
has won its share of “best coun
try newspaper awards.”
The all-American pacemaking
I DADS’ DAY I
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a Max Robinson’s g
a swell time around the
campus this weekend . . .
and he'll he proud of you
if your clothes look neat
and his orchestra . ..
—Also available for
While you’re here,
come over and see
where vour kids eat.
McMinnville Telephone Register
will be represented by Publisher
Lars E. Bladine, whose son Phil is
a member of the 1940 senior class.
George P. Cheney, publisher of
the Enterprise Chieftain, is here.
A few years ago his son Dan, now
on the copy desk of the Seattle
Times, was a student in the school
Steen M. Johnsoi], publisher of
the Roseburg Chieftain, is here
partly for the conference and
partly to visit his daughter Janice,
a junior in journalism.
Remey M. Cox and Mrs. Cox are
here from Prineville. Mr. Cox, an
Oregon alumnus, after several
years with the United Press, served
a long time as news editor of the
Bend Bulletin. He is now publish
er of the consolidated papers at
E. A. (Si) Sonnichsen, who is
accompanying Hugh G. Ball of the
all-American Hood River News to
the conference, is an Oregon alum,
who was winding up his campus ^
career about 16 years ago.
Ralph R. Cronize, Oregon grad
who is now co-publisher of the Al
bany Democrat Herald, will also
AND MOTHERS, TOO
These three days are set aside for your dad so
make the most of them and treat him to the best
there is. Come in after the game and in between
meetings and show him the refreshment center of
the campus. Delicious sandwiches and hot drinks,
just the thing for these cold, crisp days.
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We know he’ll be sure to approve
your choice, for The'Anchorage stands
for good food, quickly and quietly
served, and an atmosphere that is
cheerful and restful at mealtime.
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By the Millrace
WELCOME to the CAMPUS, DADS and PUBLISHERS
Drop in with your sons and daughters at their own station
and till up for those Sunday drives.
VARSITY SERVICE STATION
Corner of 13th and Ililyard
Right on the Campus
The Lemon “O”
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Corner 13th and Alder
AND ALL ICE CREAM SPECIALTIES
OREGON PRESS CONFERENCE PROGRAM
8:00 a. m.
9:30 a. m.
9:45 a. m.
FRIDAY, JANUARY 26
Registration, School of Journalism, University Campus
General Session, Room 111?, School of Journalism
Harris KlKworth, iulitor Roseburg News-Review. President
Oregon Press Conference. Presiding
Appointment of Oregon Press Conference Committees, Mr.
Appointment of Oregon Newspaper Publishers Association
Committees, llenr\ \ howler, President. Associate Kditor
“The Changing Face of the Newspaper: What of the Make
up’ Ralph t Curtis, Assistant Publisher Oregon States
"What About Agricultural Advertising Laws?"—Merle \Y.
Manly, \ ice President Rotsford, Contantine \ Gardner
"The Newspaper Looks at the Motion Picture Show: As a
Source of Revenue; As a Subject for Critical Review"—
12:15 |>. in.
1:30 p. m.
6:00 p. in.
Lawrence h. Spraker, Publisher Slayton Mail
Adjournment for Luncheon
No-Host Luncheon, \nchorage
W. F. G. Thacher, Toastmaster
Coach Howard Hobson, of national basketball champions,
General Session, Room 105, School of Journalism
Mr. Klisworth. Presiding
"The Space Buyer Looks at the Newspaper”—Robert Smith,
\dvertising Manager. Lipman, Wolfe N Co.
"Entertainment Features in the Newspaper”—Donald J.
Sterling, Oregon Journal, President American Society of
"Propaganda: What Is It, and Whose Responsibility?"—!
Philip II. Parrish, Associate Editor The Oregonian
Annual Banquet (No-Host), Osburu Hotel (Purchase tickets!
at clerk s desk, Osburn Hotel lobby) .
Dean Eric W. Allen, toastmaster
Complimentary Request Appearance of Eugene Gleemen,
John Stark Evans, Director
Hal E. Hoss award bv Sigma Delta Chi
"The Scope and Limitations of Arbitration in Labor Dis
putes”—Dean Wayne L. Morse, University of Oregon Law
8:00 p. m. Basketball, U. of W. vs. U. of O.. McArthur Court. Confer
ence members guests of A.S.l'.O.
FOR THE LADIES OF THE CONFERENCE
3:30 p. m. Ladies of the Conference will be entertained at tea by Theta
Sigma Phi at Gerlinger Hall
SATURDAY, JANUARY 27
8:00 a. in. Committees and Group Breakfasts
9:43 a. in. "Covering the News of Labor: A Problem for the Press”—
Dick Fagan, Oregon Journal
“Drugstoring the Country Newspaper: How Sidelines Help
the Publisher”—Joe Colbert Brown, co-publisher Redmond
“The Legislature and the Newspapers. What Each Can Do
For and To the Other”—Giles L. French. Publisher Sher
man County Journal, Moro
Semi-Annual Meeting, Oregon Newspaper Publishers As
sociation, Mr. Fowler, Presiding
12:00 noon Adjournment for Luncheon
12:30 p. m. No-Host Luncheon, Eugene Hotel
Harris Ellsworth, Toastmaster
“The New Order in Eastern Asia”—Dr. H. J. Noble, Pro
fessor of History. University of Oregon
Reports of Conference Committees
Election of Officers - - -