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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 11, 1941)
Next Old Oregon
To Feature Moll"
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To Picture Student
Writer on Cover
Old Oregon, alumni magazine
edited by Hoy Vernstrom, will
sport a new type of cover this
A large picture of Professor Kr
nest. G. Moll, writer of the prize
winning book, “Cut From Mulga,”
will be featured on the sepia brown
cover, and up in the corner will
be a picture of Ray Schrick, who
wrote the leading student article
in the book.
The article to accompany profes
sor Moll's picture will be “Honors
from 'Down Under,’ ” by George
Godfrey, head of the University
Other articles will include “Em
ployment Assurance,” by Miss
Janet Smith, secretary of employ
ment. In it she discusses the op
portunities for graduates of get
The usual news of past classes
will be written by Rosalind Grey.
There will also be. a list of the
Students whose parents attended
the University along with the par
ents’ names and the years they
Roy Vernstrom, editor, stated
that from now on the picture of
the student who contributes an
article will be featured up in the
corner of the magazine cover
along with the main feature.
This ad is worth 25c
any night this week
if presented before
Saturday $1.00 plus tax
Ray Dickson’s It! piece
Trudy Harland, soloist
No Visitors Still
As Colds Reign
Communique No. 1 from the
campus infirmary states: Ab
solutely nothing. Things have
still been shut up over at the
pill palace, and riQ one is al
lowed to do any gadding about.
Consequently about the only
news that we can state is that
the infirmary is getting to the
capacity point rapidly -every
one seems to be coming down
with the .January clearance sale
A total of 22 are now listed
on the roster: They include: Don
Selby, Doris Johnson, Eugene
Eennett, IJillie Wade, Ruth Mer
ritt, Thema Nelson, Ellie Eng
dahl, Annette Turn, Marty Glov
ver, Maty Reitz, Miss Trimm,
aid Bowerly, Verne Sellin, A1
Goodwin, Tel Philip, Bob Rob
erts, Hatty Bergtholdt, Bijb
Lovell, Ernie Wilson, Ed Leon
ard, and John O'Brien.
Andrew Fish Greets
Phi Bete Members
Oregon Alpha chapter of Phi
Beta Kappa held its winter initia
tion in the Palm room of the Os
burn hotel Thursday evening.
Andrew Fish, president of the
chapter, welcomed the initiates.
Expressing the gratitude and hu
mility of the senior six at being
elected to membership into the
oldest Greek letter fraternity in
the country was Perry John Pow
Other initiates were Aida Brun,
Ray S. Hewitt, Florence Alice Kin
ney, Benson Mates, and Nanette
Professor Harvey Townsend of
the department of philosophy gave
the Phi Beta Kappa address, “Of
Among guests present were Dr.
and Mrs. D. M. Erb, and Mrs.
V. V. Caldwell of the general ex
tension division in Portland, Dean
and Mrs. John 11. Carkin of Salem,
a Phi Beta Kappa, who was elect
ed at North Dakota.
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FORMERLY THE POLAR BEAR
Highway 99 at Moss
To Meet Here
January 25 Set;
Members to Elect,
Speech division faculty mem
bers and the University sympos
ium teams will be hosts to mem
bers of the Lane county speech
association January 25, according
to a recent announcement by
W. A. Dahlberg, assistant profes
sor of speech.
This session marks the first
meeting of the organization which
has as its basic purpose "the reg
ulation and promotion of interest
in speech and speech activities in
the county high schools.” The
smaller schools of Lane county are
participants in the association.
The group is the outgrowth of
a plan and constitution drawn up
by two members of the speech
division faculty, Marvin Krenk and
W. A. Dahlberg at the request of
school officials of Lane county.
The University symposium de
partment will put on a demonstra
tion panel discussion during this
meeting. The group will discuss
the question, "Are the high schools
of the state guilty of over-emphas
is of inter-school athletic func
tons?” Elva Jane South will pre
side during the discussion which
will be led by June Hooker, Earl
Holmer, Dnrleen Warren, and Len
Association faculty members
and students will elect officers, and
a faculty advisory committee from
among the participants in the
(Continued from page one)
Phil Bladine, Oregon grad, was
too busy helping get out the Tele
phone-Register to accompany his
father, Lars E. Bladine. former
conference president, to this con
ference. Phil is soon to go east and
finish his naval training course
which will give him a commission
in the naval reserve.
Major Carlton E. Spencer, as
sistant director of the selective
service system in Oregon, came
down from Salem with his chief,
Lieutenant Colonel Elmer V.
Wooton, who was the speaker on
the Friday luncheon program. Mu
ior Spencer is taking a year’s leave
from the University, in which he is
professor of law.
The other speakers in the discus
sion panel vesterday afternoon cov
ered all the ground in the notes
of W. M. Tugman, managing edi
tor of the Register-Guard, who was
the last speaker.
Miss Alene l Peggy) Phillips, who
helps run the secretary of state's
office, was here again from Salem
for the conference. Miss Phillips
is a former student in the school
Ralph Vincent, Oregon Journal
^taff photographer, who was here
two or three weeks ago making
pictures for a roto feature on the
school of journalism, was back
yesterday photographing editors
and publishers at the conference.
(Continued front fa tie one)
Door Ballot Box, Professor Charles
M. Holton of the University, Dar
rel Ellis, news editor, Hillsboro
Argus, and Peter Laura, news edi
tor, Oregon City Enterprise.
Dean Eric W. Allen of the school
of journalism opened afternoon
sessions, followed by a panel dis
cussion under Frank Jenkins, pub
'isher, editor and manager of the
Klamath News and Herald. Others
in the panel were President French
of the ONPA, Palmer Hoyt, pub
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There will be a communion
breakfast Sunday, January 12, on
the sun porch of Herlinger hall.
Breakfast will start after the 0:20
mass. Mr. C. J. Sullivan of the Phi
losophy department will address
China cupboard and chest com
mittee will meet at the home of
Mrs. Hay E. Morse, 2041 Univer
sity, Monday, January 4, at 4 p.m.
Dramatics tryouts for one-act
plays will be Monday at 4 p.m. in
room 4 of Johnson hall.
Miss Janet Woodruff
To Speak Over Radio
On Health Education
Second in a series of radio pro
grams sponsored by the University
department of physical education
will be heard over the air Monday
evening at 8:45 on station KOAC
and will be entitled Teacher Edu
cation in Health, Physical Educa
tion, and Recreation.
Guest speakers will be Miss Jan
et Woodruff, associate professor
of physical education, who has
been a member of the University
staff since 3929, and Mr. Earl
Boushey, assistant professor, who
has been on the physical educa
tion staff since 1930.
Speakers will discuss the pur
poses and functions of a profes
sional school of health, physical
education, and recreation, and will
answer the questions as to who
are the employers of such teachers
and the services expected of them.
Herman Kehrli, director of the
bureau of municipal research and
assistant professor of political
science, leaves Sunday for Spo
kane where he will attend a meet
ing of the board of trustees of the
Northwest Regional council. Mr.
Kehrli is the secretary-treasurer
and one of the founders of this
An award of $50,000 was recent
ly given the council by the Rock
efeller foundation. Of this amount
$7000 is available for grants-in
aid for publication of materials in
the field of planning and public
UCU Meets Monday
The University Christian union i
will meet in the YWCA Monday
evening at 7. This is an interde
nominational group. Mr. Ficus will
be teaching from the third chapter
lisher The Oregonian; Sheldon F.
Sae.kett, publisher Coos Bay Times,
and William M. Tugman, manag
ing editor, Eugene Register-Guard.
Sessions will open this morning
at 9:40 for the second and final
day of the conference.
From the Pulpit
Ry RUBY JACKSON
“How to Know a Real Christ
ian," will bo tlio sermon topic of
Dr. C. Tj, Trawin at the 11 o’clock
morning service. He will speak
again at 7:30 n.m. on “God’s Pro
phetic Light Still Burns.”
Student Bible school Will be held
at 9:45 a.m. in the C.O.S. room.
Ralph Eichenberger will lead the
University Young People’s meeting
at 0:30 p.m.
Guest speaker, Dr. Gertrude E.
Crane, will speak at 11 o’clock on,
“For Such a Day as This." Ply
mouth club for University stu
dents meets at 6:30 p.m.
At the 11 o’clock service Rev.
E. ,T. Fulton will speak on “Divine
Health.” His sermon topic for the
evening service will be “Spiritual
Defense Program." The student
group will meet at 6 p.m.
St. Mary’s Episcopal
Dr. Quirinus Breen will address
the Canterbury club on “An Ap
proach to Understanding the
Bible" as the first in a series of
discussions on the topic, “Is Re
ligion Worthwhile.” The club
meets from 5 to 7:15 p.m. At 8 a.m.
a communion service and break
fast will be held especially for
students. Boys’ service club will
meet with Rev. E. S. Bartlam at
9:45, and morning prayer is at 11.
First Christian Church
Installation service for officers
of the church will be held at the
7:30 p.m. service. Dr. S. E. Child
ers will preach on “Trained Lead
ership.” At 11 a.m. the sermon will
be “Never Man So Spake.” Christ
ian Endeavor group meets at 0:15
Morning service will be held at
11, and the Senior Lutheran league
will meet in the evening.
St. Mary’s Catholic
A mass and breakfast will be
held at 9:30 in Gerlinger hall. The
speaker for this student affair has
not yet been named. Other masses
will be held at 7, 8:30, and 10:30
Bishop Bruce R. Baxter will
speak on “The Student’s Christ”
at 11. This service is especially for
students. He will speak again at
7 p.m. on “Chr'st and Our Prob
lems.” At 9:30 a.m. Dr. Gertrude
Boyd Crane will lecture on “Christ
of the Gospels.” A recreation per
iod is scheduled from 5:30 to 7
First Church of Christ, Scientist
Sunday services will be held at
11 a.m. and 8 p.m, The lesson ser
mon topic for this week is “Sacra
ment.” Sunday school will meet at
New members will be received
into the church at the 11 o'clock
communion service. Rev. Norman
K. Tully will deliver the sermon on
“In Remembrance of Me.” At the
7:30 p.m. service the subject will
be "The Sincerity of Jesus.”
On the campus, the Westminster
morning group will meet at 9:45.
Dr. Kossack will address the group
on “My Philosophy of Life and
Religion.” A social tea will be held
at 6 p.m., followed by the forum at
0:30. Lem Putnam will lead the
discussion on “Justification of the
Monday evening from 7 to 8 p.m.
Mrs. J. D. Bryant of Westminster
house will lead a group studying
the topic “Technique of Worship.”
Fireside sing will start at 9:30, and
students are invited to drop in.
Prof Finds Moon
The students were late, and
the moon couldn’t wait. Of
course they would like to look
at the moon, the 40 members
of the physical science survey
class had declared. But clouds
and fog had covered the moon
by the time the 12 students who
d'd come to the Evergreen ob
servatory last Wednesday night
Professor .T. Hugh Pruett,
University astronomer, and his
two assistants had the three
telescopes ready for the moon
gazers at 7 o’clock sharp. The
first two students appeared 20
minutes late, the last few just
as the clouds and fog were ready
to obscure the moon completely.
Those who came when the
sky was clear, the class instruc
tor said, will receive A's, but
those who came when the sky
was cloudy will get flunks.
On Research Grants
Applications for research grants
for the fiscal year beginning July
1, 1941, should be submitted to i
Dean E. L. Packard at Oregon
State college, according to the
general research council.
Application blanks may be se
cured from C. B. Beall, professor
of Romance languages, R. W.
Leighton, dean of the school of
physical education, or O. K. Bur
rell, professor of business admin
istration. Deadline for submission
of applications has been set at
Tom Fisher to Talk
Tom Fisher, city recreational
director, will speak on “Recrea
tion and Its Relationship to the
Church” at a meeting of the stu
dent religious council at West
minster house Monday at 4 p. m.
TODAY'S PRESS CONFERENCE PROGRAM
FOR THE LADIES OF THE CONFERENCE
3 :30 p. m. I.adics of 1lie Conference will be the guests of Theta Sigma Phi at
tea in Gerlinger hall. i
SATURDAY, JANUARY 11
8:00 a. m. Committee and Group Breakfasts.
0-45 a.m. "An Experiment in Promoting Circulation and Good Will —
Arthur R. Jones, Publisher Myrtle Point Herald.
• Reform in Circulation: The Proper Evaluation of the Newspaper
by its Publisher”—John Yerschueren, Circulation Manager Astor
"Selling the Home-Town Newspaper”—Roy A. Brown. Publisher
San Rafael (Calif.) Independent, President National Editorial
Semi-Annual Meeting. Oregon Newspaper Publishers Associa
tion, Mr. French presiding.
:00 noon Adjournment for Luncheon .
:30 p. m. No-Host Luncheon, John Straub Memorial Hall. ,
W. Verne McKinney, Toastmaster.
Soecial Stunt by Broadcasting Groun of Editing Class. University
of Oregon School of Journalism—Bill Fendall, Sally Mitchell, Jean
Crites. Dick Williams.
• "The War and After: Tiie Australian Angle. From First-hand
Interviews”—Professor Ernest G. Moll, University of Oregon.
Reports of Conference Committees.
Flection of Officers.
Two UO Professors
Meet With Engineers
Dr. Warren D. Smith, head of
the geology and geography depart
ment, and Dr. Lloyd W. Staples,
geology instructor, will attend the
annual meeting of the American
Institute of Mining and Metalling
ical engineers this evening in Port
Dr. Smith will also bring back
some Philippine weapons which
have been donated to the museum
of natural history by the widow of
the late General Creed Hammond.
General Hammond served in the
Philippine Islands for a number of
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• Fountain • Lunches
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Special prices to Houses.
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