Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, March 24, 1942, Page 7, Image 7

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    Diet Course
Gains Credit
Principles of dietetics is the
official title of the course that
will earn a Red Cross certificate
for girls taking the course this
term, it has been announced by
Miss Mabel Wood, head of the
home economics department.
This is a regular course given
by the home economics depart
ment, but spring term one sec
tion of girls enrolled will be tak
ing it for a double purpose: to
two hours of University
credit, and to earn a Red Cross
nutrition certificate which is
given for twenty hours of work
of this type.
Combination
The girls who enrolled in the
special section of this course are
planning to take also another
course directly from the Red
Cross which will fit them for
work as members of a canteen
unit to serve food in case of an
emergency and prepare meals for
troops that may pass through
their area. The principles of dia
tetics will prepare them for this
special ten-hour course.
- The course is a combination of
lectures and demonstrations. Text
for the study is "Nutrition and
Physical Fitness,” by Bogart.
Dietary essentials and some prac
tical nutrition problems will be
discussed. Some aspects of nutri
tion that are studied are weight
control, digestion, and child feed
ing.
National Defense
Girls taking the course in or
der to prepare themselves for
the national defense work should
contact Miss Wood before the end
of the term to determine what
time it will be most convenient
-#f)r all concerned to have the
class.
Miss Wood will teach the two
hour course which she has an
nounced, can be held any time on
Tuesday or Thursday, but can
not possibly be given at 11 o’clock
on Monday or Wednesday, or at
8 o’clock Monday or Friday.
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THE ROAD TO
GLORY
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HEiLiG
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BEDTIME STORY
New YWCA Officers
Installed Recently
Abbie Jane White, Genevieve
Working, Evelyn Mitchell, and
Beverly Padgham were installed
in the offices of president, vice
president, secretary, and treas
urer respectively at the last
YWCA cabinet meeting of win
ter term.
The ceremony took place in the
Alpha Xi Delta house with Lois
Nordling, outgoing president, con
ducting the installation.
Following the ceremony the
new and old officers and the old
cabinet members had dinner to
gether. Miss Nording gave a brief
resume of the work that the YW
has done in the last year and
made suggestions for improve
ment. Bobsie Roehm presented
her with a small silver fork from
Mrs. E. E. DeCou and the cabinet
members in appreciation of her
fine leadership.
Guests present were Mrs. Hazel
P. Sehwering, dean of women;
Mrs. Garnet Waterhouse, house
mother; and Mrs. DeCou, YW
secretary.
ISA Senators
To Head Meet
All ISA senate members have
been asked to turn out for a meet
ing Wednesday afternoon at 4
o'clock, Gerry Huestis, president
of the group announced at the
ISA cabinet meeting Monday.
Several important questions
will be brought up, according to
Huestis, and all senate members
should be present.
A proposed amendment to the
ISA constitution will be discussed,
as well as the regional conven
tion which will possibly be April
10 and 11 at the University of
Idaho.
A discussion of the election
procedure for the coming ASUO
election will be part of the pro
gram, according to Huestis.
The proposed all independent
open house will also be brought
up at the meeting.
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SDX Promotion
Activities Start
A letter from a senator and
scouring of recruiting offices for
slogans during the past few
weeks started promotional activ
ity for Sigma Delta Chi's General
McArthur dance March 28 in Mc
Arthur court.
Senator Scott Lucas (111.) sent
a list of famous quotations, which
he read in the senate January 12,
to the Oregon chapter of the na
tional professional journalism
society for use at the dance.
Painted quotations will be the
principal decoration.
Recruiting offices were visited
in a search for famous military
sayings.
Money from the dance will be
used by the society for the pur
chase of civilian defense equip
ment. SDX members are inves
tigating the feasibility of an
emergency fire cart.
Spring Varieties
The all-campus dance will feat
ure the Spring Varieties, talent
show composed of students with
entertainment experience. The
script will follow Hellzapoppin’
style.
Ted Harmon and Jeff Kitchen
are co-chairmen of the dance. Jim
Bronson, Jerry Lakefish, and Ed
Zelinsky are in charge of the Va
rieties.
INVASION
rHE MADMEN OF JAPAN
HITLER’S DUPES
Also
RIOT SQUAD
With Richard Cromwell
and Rita Quigley
Pilots Named
For Training
Names of the spring term pri
mary civilian pilot training stu
dents were announced1 recently by
James C. Stovall, coordinator.
Ground school classes have been
in progress for the past few
weeks.
Primary students are: James
Adams, Robert Ballard, Wilbur
Bishop, Richard Bodwell, Robert
Brooke, Neil Buckwald, Blair.e
Burton. Theodore Christ, Robert
Dcverell, Robert Hecker, William
Hopper, Philip Hunt, William
Krause, Jr., Ross Kroessin, Rob
ert Kronberg, Eldon Lee, James
Lee, Ernest Lehman, Jr., and
Frank Lockwood.
William McArthur, William
Moore, George Oldfield, Vernon
Perkins, Edward Poehler, Charles
Putnam, Donald Richardson, Car
rol Samuel, Martin Schedler, Ed
ward Sehiess, Alan Siewart,
James Thoburn, Warren Treece,
Thomas Vadnais, Don Wilson,
William Wilson, Robert Yancey,
and Davit! Casey.
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