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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 6, 1942)
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tion earlier in the evening pro
gram when the board approved
seven points presented by student
members of the council.
Points two, three, four, and
Seven included transfer of the
rally squad budget from athletic
board to educational activities
board budget, equal appointment
of students and faculty on all
subcommittees of the board, com
plete advanced notice of board
"fcyneetings during the summer, and
“sending an agenda to all members
before all meetings.
Point one provided a meeting
of the president of the University
and chairman of the board with
the student executive council at
the first of each new year.
Point five clarified selection of
publication heads. The executi
tive council hereafter will re
ceive petitions of candidates be
fore approving the educational
activities board choices.
In case of dispute, the presi
dent of the University will ap
point a committee of three stu
dents from the council and three
members from the board to meet
with him to settle the matter.
Top figure for the Homecom
ing budget, according to the final
point still will be set by the edu
^ cational activities board, but the
■r council, with Manager Dick Wil
liams will have the power to
make changes in funds allotted
for individual events.
A 400-page Oregana for 1943
was approved following discussion
of plans presented by Editor Wes
Sullivan. Contracts for the book
The policy that editors and
business managers of publica
tions may not hold other jobs
was not changed, but the board
granted Ray Schrick, editor of
the Emerald, Wes Sullivan, edi
tor of the Oregana, and Betty
Biggs Schrick, business manager
of the Emerald, the right to do
editorial work cn Old Oregon, al
umni magazine for the fall term.
A committee of Williams, An
derson, and Rog Dick, president
of the junior class, was appointed
kVto investigate plans for a main
event fcr Junior Weekend, 1943.
The group will decide if there is
to be a Canoe Fete, and if not,
what will take its place.
Appointments of Duncan Wim
press, managing editor, and Jack
Billings, news editor, of the Em
erald; and' of Roy Nelson, man
aging editor, and Helen Johnson,
associate editor, of the Oregana
Budget for the all-campus sing
will be set by the educational ac
tivities board, but plans will be
executed through the Executive
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Wednesday “foodless pauses":
Delta Tau Delta, Delta Gamma.
Campbell club, Hendricks hall.
University house, Zeta hall.
Kappa Sigma, Alpha Phi.
Canard club, Alpha Xi Delta.
Over the weekend:
Dance at Jantzen and the Ore
gon-Washington game at Port
Motorcycle and Auto
Collide Near Campus
David Deblem, freshman at the
University, was involved in an
accident Monday when the car
he was driving collided with a
motorcycle driven by Tim Davis,
a Eugene high school student, at
8:30 p.m. Monday.
Davis was driving east on
Eighteenth while Devlin was go
ing south on Alder. The vehicles
collided at the intersection.
Davis, who is at Sacred Heart
hospital, is reported to have sus
tained a fractured leg and arm.
Deblem is unharmed, but his car
was damaged slightly. Davis’ mo
torcycle was damaged consider
Dr. Erb to Speak
Dr. Donald M. Erb, University
president, will discuss the “Eco
nomic Aspects of Peace” at the
second of the weekly forums at
Westminster house, Sunday, 6:30.
The exchange of ideas on settle
ment of economic problems after
the war, led by Dr. Erb, will in
clude special consideration of
young people’s participation in
Chi 0 initiates Five
Psi Alpha of Chi Omega ini
tiated five girls last Monday.
They are Mary Allen, Astoria:
Betty Hoge, Baker; Caroline Mc
Kinley, Eugene; Virginia Steele,
Santa Ana, California; and Irma
At Second Glance
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value is “The Setting Sun of Ja
pan” by Carl Randau (PM cor
respondent) and his wife Leane
Zugsmith. Shows what Nazis are
doing in Japan, and even how a
telegraph operator prevented a
Nazi coup in the Dutch East In
dies. Certainly worth a try.
Cinema’s best bet is either
“Yankee Doodle Dandy” or “Talk
of the Town,” both two of the
best of Hollyd'ood’s fall season.
Price may halt many from see
ing YDD, but it’s worth $1.10.
TOTT is easily one of the best
dramatic comedies yet screened
any time any where.
CPT Glider Test
Set for Tonight
A mental screening examina
tion for CPT glider training as
pirants will be given tonight at
7:30 in room 101, Condon. This
test is being given to anyone in
terested in the glider command
of the army air corps.
Men who qualify will be given
eight weeks’ flight training by
the CPT. This will be followed
by ten weeks' flight and glider
training by the army. Men who
complete the course will be given
a minimum rank of staff sergeant
with corresponding pay of second
lieutenant or flight officer.
First Faculty Recital
Bills Sigurd Nilssen
Sigurd Nilssen, bass baritone
and professor of voice, will be
presented in the first of the fac
ulty recitals for this season, on
Tuesday, October 13, at 8:15 p.m.,
in the music auditorium.
Featured on Mr. Nilssen’s pro
gram will be groups of early
English songs, several Norwe
gian songs, some lesser-known
works of Hugo Wolf, and one
operatic aria, “Si, Tra i Ceppi,”
from “Berenice,” by Handel.
Dr. Noble Promoted
Dr. Harold J. Noble, professor
of history at the University be
fore joining the marine corps last
December, has been promoted
from the rank of first lieutenant
to captain, according to informa
tion reaching here.
Captain Noble is considered an
authority on the Far East, hav
ing been raised in Korea. He
taught the Japanese language
here as well as being professor
of Asiatic history for the past 11
He is now at Camp Elliott, San
Diego, serving with the marine
Faculty Program Due
The first faculty radio program
will be presented by the school
of music this evening at 8 over
KORE for a 15 minute period
with George Hopkins, professor
cf piano, playing a program of
Two works by Liadow, “Bar
carolle” and “Music Box,” will
be featured by Mr. Hopkins. He
will also perform the first move
ment of Beethoven’s “Sonata Pa
Organised research required 5
per cent of the University of
Pittsburgh’s 1940-41 expenditures
—But Laundry Problems? NO!
Even a Freshman soon learns how to handle Laundry
Problems — just send your laundry home by Railway
Express — and have it returned to you the same way.
You’ll find it’s really no problem at all.
Low rates include pick-up and delivery at no extra charge,
within our regular vehicle limits, in all cities and principal
towns. Your laundry can be sent prepaid or collect, as you
choose. Psst! Send and receive baggage, gifts, etc. the
same convenient way.
NATION-WIDE RAIL-AIR SERVICE
Ledie Brockulbank, manager
D. Phyllis Miller
Kelly Snow, city editor
Betty Lu Siegman
Shirley Davis, night editor
Bud Churchill, asst, night ed.
Betty Ann White
Louise Uhls ,
Tuesday Luncheon group will
meet at Westminster house at
noon. Any contribution is your
The Oregana business staff wit
meet in the business staff office
in McArthur court, Tuesday at
The YW cabinet will meet this
afternoon at 4 in the YWCA bun
A publicity forum will be held
in the YWCA bungalow Wednes
day afternoon at 4. All members
and students on the campus in
terested in publicity and the Y
are urged to attend.
Order of the ,rO” will meet
Wednesday noon at the Beta The
ta Pi house.
The first general meeting of
Oregana business staff is sched
uled for 7:30, Tuesday, upstairs
in McArthur court.
An Episcopal' communion serv
ice will be held Wednesday morn
ing at 7 a.m. in the men’s lounge
at Gerlinger hall. Breakfast will
follow, and will be over by 8
The Hui-o-Kamniima club will
meet tomorrow at 4 p.m. above
Fill in Your Card
All new students at the Uni
versity who have not finished
filling in their personnel cards
should report to room three in
the basement of Johnson hall be
tween 2 and 5:15 this afternoon.
End Table Book Rack
A. big- help to any room’s ap
pearance is this book stand
with three shelves used as an
end table. Practical, good look
ing, and inexpensive.
A real aid to eyesight are table
and floor lamps from John
son's. A large variety of lamps
to choose from.
A necessity to any house is an
ash stand. They are inexpen
sive and no house should be