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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1942)
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It's the Men's
Turn to Get Flowers
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, EUGENE, THURSDAY^ FEBRUARY 26, 1942
DEAN MORSE . . .
. . . prodigal son will return.
Set for 7:30
Dr. Oscar Broneer will pre
sent the second University lec
ture of the current series at 7:30
tonight in 107 Villard hall, ac
cording to Dr. R. H. Ernst, pro
fessor of Eng'ish in charge of
the series. Dr. Broneer, one of
the country’s leading archaeolo
gists, will speak on “Early Art
and the History of Greece.’’
Dr. Broneer has contributed to
various magazines, among them
being “The American Journal of
Archaeology,’’ “Hesperia,” and
the “Journal of American Schol
ars.” He has also written several
books, including “Terracotta
Lamps,” and “Acrocorinth,” of
which he was co-author. He also
translated from the Greek “Eleu
sis” by K. Kourouniotes.
“Dr. Broneer is the foremost
authority in his field,” said Dr.
Ernst Wednesday, “and his
speech should be of especial in
terest to the students in the
Dr. Broneer earned his A.B.
degree at Augustana college in
1922, and in 1923 earned his A.if.
degree at the University of Cali
(Please turn to /’age three)
SDX Pledges to Meet
Sigma Delta Chi pledges
meet at 11 a.m. today at the
University news bureau.
Dean Wayne L. Morse of the
law school will address the final
general student assembly, March
5, on the war and labor relations.
With the completion of his class
work next week the dean will
leave again for Washington. D.C.,
to continue his work with the
war labor board.
Latest national recognition
given to Dean Morse was in Time
magazine for February 23 where
his photograph was displayed in
the U. S. at WTar section, refer
ring to him as “the man who
settled the railrad wage dis
pute.’’ This was last December
when he was appointed by the
president to serve on a special
board of inquiry to prevent a
threatened nationwide strike.
In his present capacity on the
war labor board he has handed
down decisions on such vital
cases as the Boston Fishery, the
Aluminum corporation, and the
Los Angeles Street Car cases. At
the time of his appointment to
the war board Dean Morse was
requested to retain his status as
west coast labor arbitrator.
An award for distinguished
achievement will be given to him
by the Pi Kappa Alpha legal fra
ternity in Portland Saturday
evening. He will arrive there Sat
urday morning on his way home
from Washington, and will re
main there for the fraternity
banquet at which the award will
Dean Morse has been granted
a, leave of absence from the Uni
versity spring term.
For Degree Files
All seniors who expect to
receive their degrees at the
end of this year should be sure
that their applications for de
gree have been filed at the
Every senior should make it
his responsibility to get his
card on file immediately.
“A complete check cf me
file of application cards is now
being made,” said C. L. Con
stance, assistant registrar.
. . . Three terms end: left to right, H'A.i, ana i "v v [ucsmc...
Go to Polls Today
Helen Jepson to Sing
For Bundles’ at Tea
Miss Helen Jepson, singing star of the Metropolitan opera,
will lend her voice and her time to the “Bundles for America”
movement today at 4:15 as part of a program scheduled for
the benefit tea to be held in the Alumni room of Gerlinger hall.
Miss Jepson, long a nationally favorite concert soloist, whose
main war interest has been
' bundles for America,” gave a
concert last night in Corvallis.
While here she will speak in
the interest of "bundling” over
KORE at 12:30. Miss Jenson sang
here several years ago as a fea
tured presentation of the Great
er Artist series.
While on the campus Miss Jep
scn will be the guest of Dr. Rob
ert D. Horn, associate professor
of English, and his wife, who
drove her to Eugene from the
Oregon State town last night.
. . . that assembles the cast of
PLAY S THL THING ...
Maxwell Anderson’s dramatic “The Wingless Victory.”
(See story page 8)
All of the following group
pictures will he taken in front
of Chapman hall and not at the
Emerald or Oregana offices as
“Pictures will be taken at
the time scheduled, so be at
least a couple of minutes early
if you want to make sure you
get your picture in the groups,”
Wes Sullivan, Oregana manag
ing editor, said Wednesday.
4:00 — Emerald reporters,
copy desk workers, and night
4:15 — O r e g a n a business
4:30 — Ore g a n a editorial
(writing) staffs and the Ore
gana office staff.
4:45 — Emerald business
5:00 — Emerald sports staff.
7:00 to 10:30 p.m.—Individ
ual pictures of Emerald editor
ial and business heads will be
taken at the journalism build
Limrik No. 3
A Jap who was forced to migrate
Thought he'd go inland in state,
But after paying his taxes
This son of the axis
Had to ride out of town on a
Two Men Pledged
Sigma Phi Epsilon pledged
Janies A. Snell and Sigma Nu
pledged George Green this week.
By BARBARA LAMB
An assembled coed population,
will elect AWS, WAA, and
YWCA officers today at 11 a.m.
in Gerlinger hall, it was an
nounced by Elizabeth Steed,
president of the associated wo
In accordance with a rule in
augurated last year by the AWS
cabinet, the nominations will bo
presented by the senior members
of the cabinet. Names of the can
didates will not be known until
the assembly. Other nominations
can be made from the floor, ac
cording to election officials.
Associated women students’
positions open are president,
(Please turn to page eight)
“Alert to Fitness” is the theme
of the annual WAA banquet to
be held tonight at 6 p.m. at the
Anchorage, featuring Dr. R. W.
Also included in the program,
will be individual and house
awards, and installation of newly
Another custom will give way
to the present emergency when
senior girls who have won major
awards will be given $8 worth of
defense stamps instead of the
usual monogrammed blankets.
Girls who are eligible for this
award are: Anna Bannick, Kath
leen Brady, Ethel Dixon, Mildred
McCarthy, Robin Nelson, Haze)
Oldfield, Mildred Thomas, D'Ann
Shoemaker, Marilyn Chrislieb,
and Becky Anderson.
(Please tiu n to page eight)