Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 01, 1941, Page Three, Image 3

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By Associated Collegiate Press
THE CASE FOR STUDENT
DEFERMENT
The cause of the draft-eligible
college student is the subject of
a public announcement by the
presidents of Macalester and St.
Thomas colleges, and Hamline
university, all in St. Paul.
Addressing the general public
ffnd local draft boards, Dr.
Charles J. Turck of Macalester,
the Rev. James Moynihan of St.
Thomas, and Dr. Charles Nelson
Pace of Hamline ask that college
students be given every deferment
consideration by selective service
boards.
Their joint statement follows
in part:
“The national committee of
education and defense secured
from the national headquarters of
the selective service system an
amendment, with the full effect
of law, providing for the post
ponement of induction for any
person for whom in the judgment
of the local board immediate in
duction would create an unusual
individual hardship.
“While this amendment is elat
ed in general terms, it provides
the basis for preventing the in
terruption of a student’s educa
tion during a semester or college
year.
“It has been ofticially inter
preted to include as a cause of
such hardship ... ‘to complete a
course of training or instruction.’
“President Roosevelt recently
said: ‘America will always need
men and women with college
training. Government and indus
4ry alike need skilled technicians
today . . .’
“We hope selective service
boards will be willing to grant
students the opportunity of com
pleting the semester’s work or
the year’s work on which they
have embarked.
“These students are not claim
ing exemption from selective ser
vice but merely a postponement
of a few months.
“In calling this matter to the
attention of the public and local
boards, we believe we are acting
for the best interests of the coun
try and in pursuance of a re
vest addressed to us by Dr.
Francis J. Brown of the sub-com
mittee on military affairs of the
national committee on education
and defense.”
The joint statement elicted a
prompt “no” answer from Brig.
Gen. J. E. Nelson, Minnesota se
lective service director, who said
that blanket deferment of college
students is not possible under the
selective service law.
"Deferments can be granted
only for students in those fields
in which there is a recognized
shortage, such as medicine.
“However, individual draft
boards will give every considera
tion for a stay of induction to
‘•'permit individual students to
complete a quarter or a semester
of school work.
First Assembly
Will Bring Erb,
ASUO Chiefs
Promptly at 11 o’clock Thurs
day morning in Gerlinger hall the
first ASUO rally-assembly for all
students will start off the season
with a bang. Main speaker on
the program will be President
Donald M. Erb who will give the
freshmen a few pointers on a suc
cessful academic career. ASUO
President Lou Torgeson will also
give a talk directed to the new
students.
Earle Russell, yell king, has
planned to devote the rest of the
program to introducing several
new yells to the student body in
preparation for the coming
games. HMe also promises some
lively humor, the exact nature of
which is as yet undisclosed.
All students are urged to be on
hand early so that the complete
program may be presented in the
time allowed.
This is freshman orientation
at the University of Indiana—70
upperclass women are selected by
the dean of women to make “pop
calls” on the freshmen coeds in
the dorm. Dates are then made
for each of the junior-senior
councillors to meet their “charges”
later in the week for individual
advice and attention.
* * *
Pacific coast motorists know
Jeanne Hetherington of Oakland,
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SEE Those Home Games
But ,LISETN
to the Games Away
See those home games, but be sure to
listen to the games away. Have your
radio fixed no wso as to have good re
ception this year.
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11th & Oak
Cal., as “Vacation Girl of 1941.”
To Oregon State she is a campus
activity girl—secretary of the
junior class and drama performer.
* * *
Amongst the thousands of stu
dents crowding the University of
California campus there are 118
Smiths, 62 Jones, and 59 Browns.
Also enrolled are Soohoo and
Phoonphibhutane, who have no
competition for names on the en
rollment list.
% Us *
A former eight apartment resi
dence was purchased .by the
UCLA co-operative housing asso
ciation and converted into a 52
room house with modern kitchen
and dining room. All rooms are
already full and a huge waiting
list is on the manager’s desk, re
ports the California Daily Bruin.
Gone will be the cry “ham
burger with” in the University of
Nebraska’s student union build
ing. Under new management this
year, the cafeteria there will of
fer a three-meal-a-day budget for
70 cents per.
To those students hovering on
the “awkward age,” the Louisi
ana State university has prom
ised to refund any part of the
fee that is unused if they are
“caught in the draft.”
Freshman coeds at Massachu
setts State college have been ad
vised to “wear a girdle unless
you're a veritable sylph—the day
of the hip-swinging siren coed is
gone.”
And girls—
“Don’t believe an eighth of
what you hear.”
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