Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, May 15, 1942, Page 8, Image 8

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    Hollis Opens
Second Trial
Next Tuesday
Members of the legal cast for
the second and last of the law
school moot trials have been re
vealed by Orlando J. Hollis, act
ing dean of the law school. The
trial will be presented at the
Lane county court house Tuesday,
May 19.
Acting as attorneys for the
plaintiff will be Ed Luckey, Leon
F. Olmstead, and Hull Phillips.
Defending the case will be John
Luvaas and Irvin Mann.
Baliff-notary for trial proceed
ings will be Charles A. Phipps
and Miss Mary Jane Wormser
will act as clerk. Miss Jeanette
Hafner will be reporter-sheriff.
Appearing as witnesses for the
plaintiff will be Morgan Pritchett,
Roland Rodman, and Cecil
Wright. Witnesses for the defen
dant will be Phil Lowry, Carle
ton Reiter and Miss Jeanette
Details of the filed complaint
will be released Friday. Orlando
J. Hollis will be judge for the
practice trial.
Stanford Drafts
K. J. O’Connell, associate pro
fessor of law, will teach at Stan
ford summer school, beginning
June 18. His class will be on
Busy in Co-op
Students in the Cc-op store
lately have heard a distinct
thump quite often and several
have wondered what was the
cause. It’s a military affair, but
not a military secret and students
have learned that the noise is
coming- from the seal of Notary
Public Gerda Brown, bookkeeper
for the student store.
All boys making application
to the army, navy or air corps
must have certain papers signed
by a notary public and as such
Mrs. Brcwn has been busy with
her official seal making the ap
plications meet the requirement.
YM Elects Howard
President of Cabinet
Newly-elected YMCA cabinet
officers for the coming year are:
Peter Howard, president; David
Pressman, vice president; and
Ralph Johnson, secretary-trea
Also on the cabinet are Bud
Vandeneynde, Dale Cannon, and
Dan Potter.
Couple Return
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Caverhill
returned to work at the Univer
sity library May 11. They have
spent several months in training
at the school of librarians at the
University of California in Berke
A coure in ultra-high frequency
techniques is offered at Iowa
State college.
Reiter Wins
Hilton Prize
Carlton R. Reiter, junior from
Portland, won the 550 first prize
in the annual Hilton prize contest
held last night at Fenton hall.
Second prize of $25, presented
by the law school, was won by
Jeannette Thatcher, senior from
Frank H. Hilton, Portland at
torney, has offered the first prize,
to the law student presenting the
best oral discussion of a legal
topic, since 1922. Since 1924 the
winning arguments, of merit,
have been published in the Ore
gon Law Review.
Judges for this year’s contest
were: William Bartle, Lane coun
ty district attorney; Winsor Cal
kins, Eugene attorney; and
Charles Edwards, Eugene attor
Dr. Caswell Leaving
To Do Research at MIT
Dr. A. E. Caswell, dean of the
lower division and head of the
physics department, will leave
today for the Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology to do re
search work for the government
for the duration.
Dr. and Mrs. Caswell will drive
through California to see their
sen, John, a graduate of the Uni
versity, who is employed in San
Dr. W. V. Norris, professor of
physics, will be acting head of
the department in Dr. Caswell’s
UO Alum Joins Faculty
Of South Dacota State
Shailer Peterson, a University
alumnus and formerly of Eugene,
has been appointed director of
educational research at South
Dakota State college in Brooking
for the coming school year. In his
new position he will work under
the president of the institution.
Graduating from Oregon in
1930, Peterson received his mas
ter of arts degree in chemistry
at the University in 1932. This
year he filled a position as sci
ence supervisor of Minnesota
high school; and instructor in the
college of education at the Uni
versity of Minnesota.
Gov. Sprague to Review
University ROTC Unit
Governor Charles A. Sprague
has accepted an invitation to be
present at the annual Governor's
Day review of ROTC cadets on
Thursday, May 21.
Governor Sprague will present
commissions to the graduates of
the University Reserve Officers
Training corps.
Master Dance *
Elects Officers
Elise Older, junior in physical
education, was elected president
of Master Dance, modern dance
honorary, for the forthcoming
year at a meeting of the group
Wednesday night. Margaret Mur
phy, sophomore in arts and let
ters, was named secretary-treas
This year’s president, Tcm Har
dy, was formerly the only boy
ever to be president of a modern
ounce honorary in the nation, r"
At the meeting Jim Bartell
was voted into junior member
ship, and Drusilla Johnson and
Barbara Scott were made senior
The master dancers will make
a trip to Woodburn Friday to
take part in a May Day celebra
tion there. Scheduled for next
week are two pa 'ties for the hon
orary, one a farewell dinner
Tuesday at the home of Mrs.
Pirkko Roecker, adviser of the
group who is not returning next
year. Wednesday Mrs. Virginia
Kerns will have a party for the
dancers to wind ug the year.
13th and Pearl
Services—8 and 11
Student Canterbury Club—6:30
Third Floor, Gerlinger
Wednesday—7 a.m., Communion, (gerlinger Hall
Rev. E. S. Bartlam, Rector Phone 4606 or 4808
Miss Caroline Hines, Student Advisor Pb. 4605-J or 4808
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