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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 13, 1942)
Publication of the December,
3941 issue of the quarterly Ore
gon Law Review, volume XXI,
number 1 was announced Friday
by Charles G. Howard, editor in
At the same time Mr. Howard
announced that the cumulative
index for volumes 1 to 20 of the
Oregon Law Review is ready for
distribution. It is a guide to the
vast amount of legal material
that has appeared in the journal
tiffing the twenty years from
1921 to 1941. Included also are
complete subject, title, and au
thor indexes to the first six vol
umes of the Oregon State Bar
Student articles in the Oregon
Law Review were contributed by
John L. Luvaas, Leon—F. Olm
stead, Morgan S. Pritchett, and
Frank E. Day. Of special impor
tance in this issue is a survey by
Paul Fischer, professor of eco
nomics and sociology, University
of Maine, entitled “Trade Unions
Under the Wagner Act.”
Fenton Hall Offices
Virgil H. Langtry, field con
sultant of the League of Oregon
Cities, and graduate of the Uni
versity, has established headquar
ters at Fenton hall. He previous
ly worked from the Portland of
Mr. Langtry represents the in
terests of Oregon Cities at the
state legislature, and when con
tacting officials. He also does le
Before going to Portland Mr.
Langtry practiced law for six
years at Bend and Redmond.
Dr. Donald M. Erb, University
president, will speak to the Pen
dleton Women’s club in Pendle
ton at 3 p.m. Thursday, January
15. The title of his talk will be
“Death and Taxes.’’
Jam for Breakfast
(Continued from page tioo)
a soberly solid time.
Les Brown is from the Black
hawk of late on Mutual so it’s
K®RE and solid. When “Ball of
Fire’’ comes to Eugene cinemas
don’t forget that Krupa’s ork is
in it too, even if RKO did over
look the fact in all that terrific
Things I like: Les Brown’s
saxes on “Bizet Had His Day”;
Les Brown’s saxes on “Pushin’
Around; Les Brown’s saxes.
Things I dislike vehemently:
all platters beginning with the
letter Kaye (get it—great nudg
ing with arm).
. «k. Ten words minimum accepted.
First insertion 2c per word.
Subsequent insertions lc per word.
Flat rate 37c column inch
Frequency rate (entire term) :
35c per column inch one time a
34c per column inch twice or more
Ads will be taken over the telephone on
a charge basis if the advertiser is a
subscriber to the phone.
Mailed advertisements must have suffi
cient remittance enclosed to (.over
definite number of insertions.
Ads must be in Emerald business office
no later than 6 p.m. prior to the day
LARGE ONE ROOM, furnished,
light housekeeping apartment.
Newly decorated. Private en
trance. Lights and water in
cluded. Near University. In
quire 1010 E. 20th.
BREAKFAST and dinner for wo
men students, also rooms.
Campus location. Phone 3814.
The Russian Student Fund, Inc.
announced this week that, until
April 1, applications will be ac
cepted by them for loans, to stu
dents of Russian origin, for the
next school year.
This information was released
by Pierre Routsky, executive sec
retary of the organization. All
applications, according to the
dean of men’s office, are to be
considered on a basis of compara
tive standings of students with
reference to their studies and ad
Applications should be mailed
to the Russian Student Fund, Inc.,
125 W. Twenty-Third street, New
Senior Students May
Train in Meteorology
Graduate requirement for me
teorological cadet training at
UCLA has been waived, accord
ing to an announcement made
recently by the army air corps.
Senior students are now accept
“In view of recent events it is
more important than ever that we
fill our quota of meteorological
cadets,” reported Dr. J. Kaplan,
UCLA, chairman of the training
Ducks Nip Cougars
(Continued from page four)
Although 6 foot 7 inch Archie
touched off the fireworks, he
had to bow to Captain “Porky”
Andrews when it came to scor
ing. The stock Duck guard
flipped in six field goals and
added three foul' conversions to
boost his season’s total to 32
points and to give him the
league’s scoring lead for the
weekend at least.
Also turning in a sensational
performance was Warren Taylor,
lanky forward from Banks. Be
sides making nine points for
“third best” for the Webfoots, the
tall Taylor was a tower of
strength on the backboard, com
ing down with 10 rebounds. Little
Paul Jackson turned in his usual
hustling fiery game, leading the
Oregon fast break charge down
Gebert Hooked 11
The Cougar big guns were si
lenced with but one exception.
Kirk Gebert, stellar WSC captarti,
made 11 points and provided a
slick defensive 'exhibition. Gail
Bishop, sophomore center, who
made 16 points the night before,
could only get tv^o field goals.
Washington State entertains
the Ducks February 18 and 23 in
Pullman, when Oregon goes on
the annual Inland Empire trip.
Gilberg, f ....
Akins, f .
Bishop, c ....
Hunt, g .
Gebert, g. ....
Hooper, f ....
Cain, c .
Witt, g .
O’Neill, g ....
FG FT PF TP
.2 12 5
.0 10 1
.2 0 2 4
.1 0 4 2
.5 1 2 11
f-c....2 0 14
.3 13 7
.0 2 12
.1 0 0 2
.0 0 0 0
Fuhrman, f ..
Taylor, f .
Marshik, c .
P. Jackson, g
Andrews, g ...
L. Jackson, c
Kirsch, g .
16 6 15 38
FG FT PF TP
.2 3 2 7
.5 0 1 10
.2 2 2 6
.6 3 1 15
0 0 0 0
.0 0 0 0
18 10 8 48
Halftime score: WSC 26, Ore
Missed free throws: WSC (5),
Gilbert, 2, Atkins, cain, Gebert;
Oregon (7) Fuhrman, Taylor 3,
Marshik, Jackson, Andrews.
Officials: Emil Piluso, Carl
Due for Rise
January 22 has been set by the
business staff of the Oregana as
the last date on which students
may purchase the college annual
at the present price of $5. After
this date cost of the yearbook will
increase to $5.50.
The '42 edition will include
four pages for the women's co
operatives instead of the cus
tomary two, and features on a
new living organization, Emerald
Danger of a shortage of books
prompts Emerson Page, business
manager, to urge students to pay
a small amount down. Each year
more orders are turned in at the
last minute which cannot be met
with the number of copies on
Several students are already
credited with a dollar deposit, au
tomatically given them when
they purchased their $9 athletic
card. These students should make
known their intentions to buy an
Oregana before January 22 in or
der to take advantage of the $5
John L. Casteel, director of the
speech division, has left to take
part in the National Christian
Mission convening in Great Falls,
Montana, January 11 to 16.
Defense Council Asks
Students to Contribute
Students, faculty, and townspeople of Eugene are being askef.1 to
aid in collecting furnishings and recreation materials for equipmg
the lounging and recreation rooms in military posts and camps, txilhi
in Eugene and elsewhere in the state.
Miss Florence Alden of the physical education department for
women, who is cooperating with the Oregon state defense come;I
in tne collection oi equipment,
claimed, “The need here in Eu
gene is at the fairgrounds where
the. Hunt club has loaned its
room, and at the armory.”
Some of the types of furnish
ings needed are: rugs, daven
ports, lounging chairs, straight
chairs, lamps, tables of every
type, curtains, radios, phono
graphs, pianos, and games of all
sorts, table games such as check
ers, board games, and more ac
tive games such as ping-pong and
People having any such articles
to give are requested to call Miss
Alden's office: 3300, local 262. A
committee, headed by Mrs. "Shy”
Huntington, will call to inspect
the material, see if it will fit the
needs, and make arrangements
for the collection.
The following excerpts from a
letter received from Walter M.
May, chairman of the recreation
committee of the Oregon defense
council, indicates the need: "The
cancellation of leave periods .or
aimed forces makes the need for
more livable day rooms in varic >s
posts most urgent. Army office a
in different camps have suggi
ed that civilian organizations to
called upon to improve the bar
ren conditions of these day roo.r..>s
and to provide games, etc., ? r
Faculty Lights Out
Since the University is : o~v
completely responsible for tito
blacking out of campus buildings
in case of an air raid, memhrs
of the faculty are being urged to
cooperate in turning off light?* in
offices and buildings when they
leave at the end of the day or :> \
The University can be com
pletely blacked out only if fa jl
ty members extinguish ail lights
when they leave their buildings,
according to a notice in the fac
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