Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 02, 1940, Page Four, Image 4

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    Tryouts Slated
For Symposium
Men to Compete
For Positions
On 1940 Team
All men students interested in
trying for a berth on the 3 940
men’s symposium team will meet
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 9,
in Room 107 Friendly hall.
According to Professor W. A.
Dahlberg of the speech depart
ment, supervisor of the symposium,
freshmen, as well as any other
interested students, are urged to
try out for a position in this group,
•luding Points Listed
Each entrant will spealc for
three minutes on any topic of his
own choice. These talks will be
judged by the following points:
the voice of the speaker; the gen
eral appearance of the speaker; tiie
substance of the talk; the attitude
of the speaker toward the work;
and special consideration will be
given to those contestants who ex
press a genuine interest in the
training that this activity provides.
The members chosen for the
symposium will probably spend
the fall term doing varied research
ib the field that is chosen as this
year’s symposium subject. Follow
ing the Christmas holidays, the
students prepare speeches from the
data gathered in their research
Team to Tour Oregon
About the middle of January,
the men’s symposium team will de
liver speeches before audiences in
every part of the state of Oregon.
Last year the University of Ore
gon symposium men spoke before
110 different audiences. These in
cluded granges, service clubs,
churches, high schools, other col
Emerald Process
To Be Pictured
A complete record of the Em
erald from its inception as a news
story to the printed papyr will be
included in a movie of Emerald
life to go itno production early in
November, according to Ted Ken
yon, Emerald photo editor.
The movie to be called “Head
lines and Deadlines” will be spon
sored by the Emerald and will be
presented to high schools and other
civic organizations throughout the
state after its release after the
first of the year.
“The film will run for 25 or 30
minutes and will embody many of
the latest techniques in movie
making,” Kenyon stated.
Don Jones will assist Kenyon in
the actual production, while Hoy
Vernstrom will act as advisor.
University Women
Group Will Hear
National Officers
Next Saturday afternoon the
first meeting of the fall for the
local branch of the American Asso
ciation of University Women is to
be held as a tea in Gerlinger hall
from 3 until 5 o’clock.
Some of the national officers will
be there as guest speakers.
In charge of arrangements are
Miss Ethel Sawyer, program chair
man, and Mrs. Wilbur Dutton, so
cial chairman. Mrs. Frederick M.
Hunter and Mrs. Virgil D. Earl
will pour.
Assisting about the room will be
other members of the social com
leges, business men’s groups, labor
organizations, and other groups
which represented Oregon men and
women from every community, and
from every walk of life.
Dean Allen Talks
To Rotary Club
Journalism Head
Speaks on Papers'
History Since 1609
In recognition of this week,
which has been designated as Na
tional Newspaper week, Dean Eric
W. Allen of the University school
of journalism, spoke at Tuesday’s
luncheon meeting of the Rotary
club at the Osburn hotel, on news
paper advancement during the past
Commenting briefly on the his
tory of newspapers since 1609,
Dean Allen traced the progress of
newspapers during the past cen
turies to preserve the spark of
freedom and independence native
to the human race, and emphasized
that the spirit of the publications
has always been that neither the
church nor the state can authori
tatively tell the individual what he
can say or think.
Starting with the persecutions
of the pamphleteers and the strug
gle for individual freedom in the
seventeenth century, he discussed
the period of thriving for newspa
pers in the 1640’s, and works of Jo
seph Addison, and Addison’s
American admirer, Benjamin
Other prominent workers in the
journalistic field were also intro
duced at the meeting, and Dr. Fred
Miller, director of the student
health service was named as a
new member of the Rotary club.
New Law Librarian
New law school librarian this
year is Miss Adeline Adams, Uni
versity graduate of 1937. She re
ceived her B.S. and L.S. degrees at
the University of Southern Cali
fornia last year.
Serpentine to Spark
Rally for Husky Tilt
Thp University of Oregon rally
in Portland preceding the Oregon
Washington game scheduled for
October 12 will be highlighted by
a serpentine and parade.
The rally which reportedly will
take place on Broadway between
Salmon and Main streets will be
followed by a parade down Broad
According to Tiger Payne, a mo
tion Us being put before the edu
cational activities board to grant
the rally committee a budget of
$1.50, which will make the rally a
bigger occasion than it has ever
been before.
Although the rally was original
ly scheduled to take place in one
of the theaters, that idea has been
Attitude of Czechs
(Continued from page one)
Benes told how lie was pleasantly
surprised by the Czech orchestra
of costumed men and women who
played "Bolaraz” (which means
green hemlock), the favorite of
Massaryk, founder of the former
Czech republic.
Traveler Applauds
(Continued from page one)
The war restrictions on food and
everything but the bare necessi
ties were accepted by the Japan
ese who were very patriotic and
explained that it was for the good
of the country, she emphasized.
She pointed out that Japan was an
ideal country to study war condi
tions as there was little danger of
bombing or actual attack. She said
that she felt free from danger ex
cept during the blackout practices
which were carried out regularly.
Yale college was originally lo
cated at Saybrook, Conn.
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watch your team? Or the opponents!
A re you always missing the referee s signals,
A y , nuree is most exciting to watch:
What player do coaches ag
v ftm out of a football game if you let
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his first sweetheart, hrs wfie and hie8 of friend
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Campus Calendar
There will he a WAA council
meeting today at 4:4.r> in the PE
social room.
The hockey club will meet at
Gerlinger at 4 :00 Thursday. WAA
checks will be given, and all who
are interested are urged to come.
Dill Pickle club members and
those students who wish to eat
their lunch in the YWCA bunga
low are requested to be at the
meeting this noon in the bungalow.
A new president for the group will
be elected.
Master Dance members will meet
tomorrow night, 7:30 in the AWS
room of Gerlinger hall.
Youth Hostel pass holders and
those interested in hosteling are to
meet tonight at YW bungalow at
California Lawyer
To Fill Vacancy
In Law School
A visiting professor at the law
school this year will be George W.
Rochester, practicing lawyer from
Los Angeles, California.
Taking the place of Professor
Carlton E. Spencer who is on leave
of absence to answer an army call,
Mr. Rochester will instruct classes
in equity and torts among other
Cornell university graduated him
in 1923 and he received his master
of laws degree from the law school
of the University of Southern Cali
fornia. Since then he has practiced
in California as a member of the
California and federal bar associa
tion. He was three times elected
to the California state legislature.
Condon Club Elects
Officers, Members
New officers for the coming- year
and five new members were elected
during the first business meeting
of the Condon club, geology honor
ary, yesterday morning, according
to Bob Brooke, new president of
the organization.
New officers are Bob Brooke,
president; Warren Lomax, vice
president; Phoebe Dean, secretary
treasurer; Billy Crawford, hostess;
Carl Huffaker, editor of the yearly
publication “Dips and Strikes” and
Mildred Wilson, minister of pro
• Four associate members, Mildred
Wilson, Fred Paterson, Bob
Brooke, and Lee Goodman were
granted full membership and one
new associate member, Ben Woh
ler, was elected.
A helicopter whose rotor or pro
pellor blade is driven by air is be
ing developed at George School of
Emerald Duties
Explained To Frosh
Emerald executives were intro
duced to freshman journalism stu
dents last night at the first Emer
ald staff meeting of the term.
Lyle Nelson, editor, introduced
members of the upper news staff
who gave short talks on their
Nelson outlined the major du
ties of the reporting, desk and
night staffs with emphasis on the
value of the Emerald to students
interested in journalism. He de
scribed the work necessary to earn
an ‘‘Emerald certificate” and the
“Emerald ‘O’.”
Jimmie Leonard, managing edi
tor, gave a short talk on the op
portunities open to freshmen.
Kent Stitzer, news editor, ex
plained the work of the reporters,
copy editors and night staff. He
cautioned new reporters to ‘‘be
ware of politicians and publicity
Students who desired positions
on the staff filled out applications,
stating the positions they desired
and previous newspaper experience
they had had.
Andrew Mellon’s $750,000 man
sion and seven acres of land have
been given to Pennsylvania Col
lege for Women, whose nine-acre
campus adjoins the Mellon estate
in Pittsburgh’s fashionable East
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Don’t Miss These
Two Great Stars!
“Lucky Partners”
In the Land of Romance . .
“Argentine Nights”
with Constance Moore
and George Reeves
with Edith Fellow’s
Jeanette MacDonald and
Nelson Eddy in
“Girl of the
Golden West”
with Bonita Granville
and Judith Barrett
“Brigham Young—
with Tyrone Power,
Linda Darnell, Dean Jagger
Elsa Maxwell's
with George Murphy
and Brenda Joyce
• Lost
SATURDAY, man’s wrist watch
between Igloo and Commerce
building. Reward. A.B. Still
man. Phone 1304-R
• Lost
SIGMA KAPPA pin on campus.
Phone 151G. Doris Murphy.
GREEN single - breasted STYLE
MART overcoat in S. E. part of
McArthur court last Saturday.
Please call Richard Laws,
• Wanted
FOR girl, warm sleeping room,
near campus. Call 1408-W 20S9
• For Sale
BOOKS—Social Change and So
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