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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1941)
Second program of the1 faculty
radio series will be presented by
the speech and drama divisions
of the English department Wed
nesday evening from 8:30 to 9
from the University extension
The first 10 minutes of the
broadcast will be devoted to a
speech faculty forum designed to
explain to the radio public the
purposes and functions of the
speech department a3 an integral
part of the University. Partici
pating in the broadcast will be
J. L. Casteel, director of the
speech division; Kirt Montgom
ery, instructor in speech instruc
tion; Jack L. Bangs, instructor
in speech; Marvin Krenk. in
structor in speech, and W. A.
Dahlherg, assistant professor of
Th next ten minutes will be
devoted to the drama division,
under the direction of Mrs. Ot
tilie T. Seybolt, director of drama.
The remaining time will con
sist ( f a musical period under
the direction of George L. Hop
kins, professor of piano.
A daughter. Priscilla J., was
Ijom August 8 to Mr. and Mrs.
Jack P.. Huemmer, (Alice E. Ket
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Programs of recorded music
are being offered each Monday
and Wednesday afternoons from
three to five in the Carnegie
room at the music school. Dr.
Arnold Elston, assistant profes
sor of music, who is in charge of
the programs, will give comments
on the numbers to be played.
A request program will be
given each Wednesday at 4 p.m.
Numbers to be played each week
will be listed on the bulletin board
in the music building. The con
certs are open to student.
Refugee Invades Dorm
(Continued from page one)
vasion of Poland came in Septem
ber, 1939. His present where
abouts is unknown.
“I was always interested in
Oregon even before I thought of
coming to the United States,” re
called-Malkin, speaking with the
typical clipped accent of Central
Europeans. "When the refugee
service gave me my choice of sev
eral states, I elected to come to
the University of Oregon.”
The short and wiry entomolo
gist lived in Warsaw until July,
1938. While there he became in
terested in the hobby of his biol
ogy instructor—entomology, and
especially in his collection of
He took out his citizenship pa
pers in February, 1939, about six
months after his arrival in New
York by way of London and
Liverpool. By the following- fall
he found himself completely on
his own; his country, his home,
and his family under the steel
thumb of a ruthless invader.
Eventually they escaped from
Immediately upon his arrival in
June of this year, he began to
search for new specimens. In the
last five months he has collected
several thousand new insects in
the vicinity of Eugene, including
five recognized new species of
bettles and twelve new species of
spiders. He expects to find many
more species, since there has been
very little collecting done here.
Speaking of conditions in his
former home, Malkin said, “few
people in this country realize how
bad conditions really are. They
are forcing my people to work
without pay and with little food.
The Nazi police ransacked my
uncle’s house, taking furniture
from several rooms. Lawyers can
no longer practice, for there is
no law but German cruelty. My
sister was forced to work in a
lestaurant for practically noth
ing, and they have even renamed
the familiar towns, streets, and
squares after the Nazi big shots.
“Yes, I think the United States
will go to war. They must go. The
Americans are the only ones now
who can win this war. save my
country, and free my people."
Official Oregon Travel
JANTZEN SKI SWEATERS
We have a big stock of
for Men and Women
ATHLETIC AND SPORTING GOODS
Frosh Women Named
To Wesley House Posts
Edith Newton, freshman in
journalism, and Velita Estey,
freshman in architecture and the
allied arts, have been elected
Wesley foundation chairman of
the commission for promotion
and publicity and chairman of
the w’orld outreach commission
respectively, Rev. C. E. Funk, di
rector of Wesley foundation, de
Wesley house will sponsor its
regular Friday night social eve
ning of games and dancing in
the campus house from 8 to 11,
Director Funk announced. Sunday
evening a student panel will be
held at the Methodist church fol
lowing the regular social tea at
Medical Aptitude Quiz
Set for December 2
Association of American Med
ical college aptitude test will be
given December 2 at 103 Deady
hall. Students should make appli
cation immediately to H. B. Yo
com, head of the zoology depart
This is a special test given
specifically for those students
who failed to take the test last
spring, but who plan to apply
for admission to medical school
A fee of $2 is required of each
student taking the test. It must
be paid when the test is taken.
Fruits, Candies, Cookies,
ami other specialties to
quench that appetite.
Across from Kappa Sig'
AH participants in the Home
coming variety show to be held
Friday, November 28, must re
port for a complete cast re
hearsal Monday, November 24,
at 4 p.m. in Gerlinger hall.
Language Men Join
Dr. Hoyt Trowbridge, associate
professor of English; Randall V.
Mills, instructor in English;
Chester A. Fee, instructor in
English; and Dr. Gardiner Still
well, instructor in English; Dr.
R. P. Bowen, head of the Ro
mance language department;
Dr. Anibal Vargas-Baron, in
structor in Romance languages,
and Dr. G. F. Lussky, head of the
German department, will attend
the forty-third annual meeting
of the Philological association of
the Pacific coast at Stanford
university November 21 and 22.
Barnett to Speak
Dr. Homer G. Barnett, instruc
tor in anthropology, will speak
Friday night at the monthly
meeting of the Lane County Bar
association, using as his subject
primitive legal concepts. His talk
will follow a banquet of the group
at the Osburn hotel.
Smith to Speak
Dr. Warren D. Smith, head of
the geology and geography de
partments, will speak Saturday
night at a banquet of Portland
alumni of the University of Wis
consin, in the Heathman hotel.
Dr. Smith is a Wisconsin grad
uate, and will talk of his experi
Assistant Professor L. M.
Faust of the school of business
administration spoke before a
Hillsboro chamber of commerce
luncheon Monday on business
aspects of the present emergency.
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