Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 09, 1942, Page 3, Image 3

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    War Depletes
Art Faculty
Demands of the war effort
have had their effect on the art
school professional staff in the
loss of several instructors who
are on one year leaves of ab
F. A. Cuthbert, associate pro
fessor of landscape architecture,
occupies the position of senior
housing specialist for the national
housing authority, with headquar
ters in Portland.
Other Webfoots
In New England Edward K.
True, instructor in architectural
"'vsign and-construction, has been
storking on a synthetic rubber
Recipient of a Langley fellow
ship from the American Institute
of Architects, with the assign
ment of studying defense archi
tecture, Arthur Riehl, instructor
in architectural design, is also
connected with a Seattle project
of the federal housing- adminis
Women Instructors
Others on leave of absence are
Mrs. Louise Barrows Schroff, dec
orative design instructor, and
Mrs. Saverina Graziano Smith,
instructor in art education. Mrs.
Schroff is now in Boston, Mas
sachusetts, and Mrs. Smith is in
Portland. Miss Pauline Conradt
is taking Mrs. Smith’s place.
i)ean Lawrence Hears
News of Appointments
Ellis F. Lawrence, dean of the
school of architecture and allied
arts, learned this fall of his ap
pointment to the post war com
mittee and to the national plan
ning council of the American in
stitute of architects.
After a sabbatical leave of ab
sence, Dean Lawrence returned
to the campus this year and re
sumed his position as head of
the art school.
Dads' Club
Oregon Dads’ club state ex
ecutive committee and local presi
dents will meet Saturday at 10:30
- at the Heathman hotel in Port
and, according to Karl Onthank,
dean of personnel and executive
secretary of the Dads’ organiza
tion. The dads will set a date for
Dad’s weekend at this meeting.
This Saturday . .
... is the big event. You
will want to look your
best for the game and
various ‘‘doings” in Port
land, so send your “Sun
day Best” to the Eugene
Cleaners today!!!
We Call and Deliver
Call 75
; Eugene Laundry
and Cleaners
Filbert Growers
Need Student Help
A portion of the Willamette val
ley’s filbert crop may be lost un
less pickers can be obtained this
Miss Janet Smith, head of the
University employment service,
has requested that all students
who can aid in this year’s harv
est do so.
Pay is two cents a pound, and
the novice should be able to
glean approximately two hun
dred pounds per day.
Transportation will be provided,
but students should bring their
own lunches.
For further information, see
the employment service in the
YMCA building.
Prof. Lomax Will
Attend Conference
Alfred L. Lomax, professor of
business administration, will leave
Eugene Friday for the merchant
marine conference and sixteenth
annual convention of the Pro
pellor club to be held October 15
and 16 at the Waldorf-Astoria
hotel in New York city.
Mr. Lomax is national vice
president of the Propeller club
in charge of student “ports,” and
will represent Oregon’s student
“port.” Guest speaker at the con
vention will be Rear Admiral
Emery S. Land of the U. S.
maritime commission.
While in the East, Mr. Lomax
plans to visit the University of
Pennsylvania i n Philadelphia,
where fie took his graduate work.
Doctor de So Talks
(Continved from page one)
committee Wednesday night at
The Institute of International
Education and Westminster col
lege of Fulton, Missouri, have co
operated in awarding Dr. Tavares
a travel fellowship to facilitate
his study of the educational sys
tems of the United States.
During his trip Dr. Tavares will
visit virtually all 48 states lec
turing on subjects that concern
Brazil and Brazilian-American
relations, observing classes and
laboratories, and participating in
informal discussions with facul
ties and students.
Dr. Tavares is a professor of
biology at the University of Sao
Paulo and at the Faculty of Phil
osophy of Sai Bento. He is also
a columnist and special corre
spondent for the Jernal de Brazil,
Brazil's second largest newspa
per. While in this country he is
sending regular semi-weekly dis
patches to the Jernal de Brazil,
describing higher education in
this country and various other
phases of North American life.
“Dear Neighbor, Here Is Bra
zil,” is the title of a book recent
ly written by Dr. Tavares in
English. During the course of his
present trip he hopes to gather
material for a similar book about
the United States, to be written
in Portuguese for publication and
distribution in Brazil next year.
YW Publicity
Heads Chosen
Five coeds who will head pub
licity activities in the YWCA
this year were selected at the
close of the first YW Wednesday
forum, Elsie Brownell, forum
leader, announced.
Joan Dolph, sophomore in jour
nalism, will be in complete
charge of the Flying Squadrons,
the group which publicizes the
YW at various living organiza
tions during noon.
Assistants Named
Students who will assist Miss
Dolph include Flora Kibler, Rose
Mary Fishback, Shirley Casebeer,
Barbara Bock, Marellen Wilber,
Mary Riley, Helen Gilson, Max
ine Cady, and Nancy Brownell.
Mary Riley will be in charge
of all bulletin board publicity and
will be assisted by Dorothy Mott
and Barbara Bock. Edith New
ton, sophomore in journalism,
was appointed chairman of news
paper publicity and will be aided
by Shirley Casebeer. Scrapbook
chairmen and assistant are Shir
ley Hicks and Mary Riley.
Publicity Programs
Dorothy Rogers will be in
charge of the YW publicity club
programs. Those helping her in
clude Dorothy Mott, Dorothy Len
hart, Joan Dolph, Flora Kibler,
and Maxine Cady.
Committee chairmen are asked
to get in touch with the YW pub
licity chairman, Elsie Brownell,
as soon as possible, so that their
groups may get under way.
Fijis Donate Blood
To Red Cross Bank
Twenty handsome Fiji boys
have gained a soft spot in the
heart of Miss Dorothy Denslow,
technician in Dr. E. D. Furrer’s
laboratory, for their action in do
nating blood to the Red Cross
Miss Denslow and Dr. Furrer
praised the volunteer spirit of
the boys, who assumed the re
sponsibility of donating blood be
fore campus donors had been
asked. Miss Denslow said that
the college men make ideal do
nors because their general health
condition is good, and the condi
tion of their veins simplifies the
Six ADPis Manage
Campus Finances
A complimentary luncheon
meeting of Alpha Delta Sigma,
honorary advertising fraternity,
will be held at the Anchorage to
day at noon. All active and pro
fessional members are to be pres
The officers of ADS for the
year are: Pat Cloud, president;
Dave Stone, vice-president; War
ren Roper, recording secretary;
Donald Dill, corresponding secre
tary; Howard Vierling, treasurer.
At this meeting reports from
the officers will be heard, and
plans for the activities of the
chapter during the year will be
jEea/m. ta ^bcmce
U. of O. Students . . .
If you can’t dance you’ll miss half
the fun of your college career.
Join this class and you’ll be dancing in a few lessons.
It s easy to learn and not one bit embarrassing.
Partners Furnished
TUESDAY. OCT. 13, 7:30 P.M.
Complete 8-Lesson Course $5.00
Private Lessons by Appointment
Me&ldcA'i 2)awce Stadia
851 Willamette
Phone 3081
Oregon ^Emerald
Copy Desk:
R. Oliver Edwards, editor
Rod Swanson
June Taylor
Ross Yates
Fred Weber
Kathryn Terjeson
Gene McPherson
Phyllis Van Petten
Wilma Foster
Courtney Swander
Bill Minehart
Betty Lu Siegman
Vic Huffaker, copy boy
Night Staff:
Betsy Wootton, night editor
Rose Marie Boyd
Marion Saltness
Lucie Jean Morriss
Louise Montag
Shirley Wallace
John Gurley
Nola Ames
Dorothy Stevens
Saturday Advertising Staff:
Cecil Sharp, advertising man
Layout Staff:
Rannie Fletcher
Selling Staff:
Shirley Davis, advertising man
Sally Fletcher
Erl Erlandson
Mary McClintic
Jim Lund
Win Kelker
All students in Education 311,
2, 3 and student teaching must
have recordings made of their
voices on or before October 15.
Recording is done by the speech
division in Friendly hall. Ap
pointments may be made by
signing the list on Mr. H. M.
Shafer’s door in the education
Wesley foundation will hold an
open house tonight at 1243 Pat
terson at 8 p.m.
Kilgallon Supervises
Classes In Reading
Dr. P. A. Kilgallon of tho
school of education, left Wednes
day for Portland where he will
conduct {classes in remedial
reading at the University exten
sion center. While there, he will
also cooperate with the Portland
city schools in handling their re
medial reading problems.
Dr. Kilgallon will be in Port
land Wednesday and Thursday of
each w'eek. In Eugene, he is head
of the University reading clinic,
the second of its kind west of
the Mississippi.
How YOU can help her
speed vital war calls
HEN you’re about to telephone, remember that
T T the wires—espeeially Long Distance circuits—are
busier than ever before, with war calls. We can’t build
new equipment to carry the load because the materials
we need are going into ships and planes and shells.
Here’s how you can help to keep the lines open for
war calls. Unless your message is really urgent, please
don’t use Long Distance service. But if you must,
please make your calls as short as you can.
Thanks!—we know you’ll be glad to help!