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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 26, 1943)
Symposium begins its yearly
schedule today as four members
of the group leave for appear
ances before various civic groups
in the Medford area.
“How May We Lighten the
Shock of Transforming a War
^Economy to a Peace Economy”
till be the topic of discussion
when Jim Thayer, junior, and
Miss Esther Quier, freshman,
speak this morning at the Drain
high school. They are scheduled
for the Ashland chamber of com
merce and Central Point high
school on Wednesday and The
Dalles chamber of commerce on
“What Should' Be Done at the
Next Peace Conference” is the
question concerning Miss Alice
Harter, sophomore, and Jack Rob
inson, junior, in their appearance
before the Grants Pass Rotary
club and Methodist church Wed
nesday. Thursday they will be at
Rogue River high school.
The purpose of symposium is
based on a saying of Plato that
SIX UO SYMPOSISTS . . .
. . . pose before entering another one of their interesting open forums. . . . Left to right are Jack Rob
inson, Dave Waite, Cameron McDonald, Alice Harter, Lynn Ellingson, and Harold Rhea.
democracy is able to function as
long as people are able to solve
their own problems. When they
fail a leader takes over. With in
formative discussions backed by
three months of preparatory re
search symposium members hope
to aid people in solving various
problems of today’s world.
Members of the Radio Work
shop will meet this evening at 7:30
in 107 Friendly hall.
A talk on “The Structure of
Protoplasm” will be given by Dr.
A. R. Moore, research professor
of physiology, at the regular meet
ing of the Chemistry seminar this
afternoon at 4:15 in 103 McClure
The campus Christian Science
organization will meet every Tues
day evening at 7:30 on the third
floor of Gerlinger hall. All those
interested are invited to attend.
Episcopal communion services
will be held Wednesday morning
at 7 in the men's lounge at Ger
Pan-Hellenic will meet this aft
ernoon at 4 in Gerlinger hall to
discuss rushing rules. All repre
sentatives and alum advisors are
urged to come.
Miss Gertrude Mooney, Univer
sity of Texas physical education
instructor, is women’s representa
tive for physical fitness in the
FIVE AGGRESSIVE LOOKS . . .
. . . are glared by R. B. Huber, assistant professor of speech, and four of his students . . . left to right are:
Mr. Huber, Jim Thayer, Esther Quier, Jack Caldwell, and Scott Wheeler.
* fetUruj, in tyaun,
Your film will be expertly developed and pro
fessionally printed to give you a sparkling re
minder in years to come of a "White Campus."
HOW ABOUT THIS POINT?. . .
. . . R. B. Huber, assistant professor of speech, and three of his stu
dents discuss plans for a future debate . . . left to right are Mr. Huber,
Norman Bradley, Sidney Seymour, and Rollin Wood.
'Mix Queen ’
Title of "Queen of the Frosh
Mix” was bestowed upon Emmy
Lou Fargo, freshman in liberal
arts, by popular applause at the
freshman get-together held in
Gerlinger hall Saturday night af
ter the Oregon-Washington game.
The two other finalists from a
group of seven contestants were
Louise Goodwin, freshman in
AAA; and June Johnson, fresh
man in music.
An enormous stag line and a
slippery floor greeted the enthu
siastic crowd who danced to ra
dio n usic at the no-date affair.
Ted Loud, master of ceremon
ies introduced a short quiz pro
gram at intermission with con
testants picked from among the
I r 1 aE3S
"Five Came Back"
Randolph - Macon’s Woman's
college will soon celebrate com
pletion of its fiftieth year.
Miss Bertha S. Adkins, is now
dean of residence at Bradford
Villanova college was the first
Catholic college founded in Penn
Jack Benny - Ann Sheridan
Not AWOL, but
With Victor Mature
Lucile Ball and
Freddy Martin’s Orchestra