Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 29, 1943, Page 4, Image 4

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Faculty Shifts to Math,
Science. War Subiects
In order to meet the demand
for instructors in mathematics
and physics for the soldier-stu
dents, many University faculty
members have made a complete
or partial change in the depart
ments in which they are teach
ing. In addition to this new mem
bers have been added to the fac
ulty to fill newly created posi
tions made necessary by the ad
vent of 1000 soldier-students.
Following is the list of teach
ers according to the departments
in which they now are as re
leased by Dr. Will V. Norris, aca
demic director of the army spe
Margo, Tom Neal
J. Caroll, Naish
Robert Ryan
Gloria Holden
Now Playing
Bing Crosby
Dorothy Lamour
In Technicolor
Claudette Colbert and
Clark Gable
cialized training program and
the army air forces western tech
nical training command. Further .
changes have not been released
as yet.
Mathematics — Frank Edwin
Wood, associate professor; Wil
liam J. Conner, assistant profes
sor; Albert R. Poole and Stanley
E. Rauch, assistant professor of
mathematics and physics; Esther
Alwire, George R. Costello, Bes
sie Kamarad, Jeannette F. Lund,
Marie Ridings, John Rowland,
Whitney G. Scobert, instructors; .
Lola R. Hamilton and Adline
Lewis, graduate assistants.
Physics — Leslie E. Wilson,
assistant professor; Ralph C.
Bailey, Richard E. Chambers,
Daniel Cock, George Lienkaem
per, Stanley Minshall, Lyman
Webb, instructors; Clarence W.
Strong, instructor in physics and
chemistry; Harold D. Osborn,
Language—Charles G. Fallis,
assistant professor of Portuguese;
Mrs. Olga Good, instructor of
Russian; Anna Lavaska, assist
ant professor of Russian; John
B. Rodighiero and Mrs. John B.
Rodighiero, assistant professors
of Italian; Esiquio Narro, in
structor of Spanish; Regina Nev
er, instructor of Portuguese; Sig
urd Nilssen, professor of JNTor
wegian; and Ada MacCallum^
assistant professor of Italian.
Other new members are:
Mrs. Kathryn S. Barrett, in
structor of speech; Colonel R. M.
Lyon, associate professor of his
tory; Mrs. Mary M. Moore, in
structor in chemistry.
Concerts Replace
Artists Series
Although the Greater Artist
Series as such is a thing of the
past for the duration in accord
ance with a decision made by the
educational activities hoard, con
cert attractions on a par with
previously offered artists will be
presented to students this year.
No season tickets will be sold
to townspeople as in the past,
but tickets will be available for
the individual attractions.
Definite information has not
been released on what will be
presented, Educational Activities
Manager Horace Robinson said,
but their audience appeal will be
equal to any offered in the past.
Concerts this year which have
a more limited audience attrac
tion will be presented at the mu
sic building instead of in McAr
thur court, as in the past, Mr.
Robinson said. Students will be
admitted to concerts on their ac
tivities cards.
804 Willamette and 917 Willamette
Editor Named
For Old Oregon
“Old Oregon” editor for the
orthcoming year will be Margie
Robinson, who acted as co-edi
;or of the alumni magazine May
ind June of this year with Joe
Plans are being made this year
:o work out a special appeal to
he classes of ’45 and ’46, many
)f whom will not be able to com
plete their education here, but
vho will want to keep in touch
vith the University through some
nedium, Miss Robinson said. The
nonthly magazine will emphasize
:he activities of alumni in the war
effort, both military and civilian.
Laurel Gilbertson will act as
issociate editor in charge of news
jf classes.
Last year, copies of the maga
zine were mailed to members of
the armed forces overseas when
ever possible, but new postal reg
ulations prohibit the sending of
complimentary copies. When a
subscription is established, the
mailing of the magazine has been
Gustavus Adolphus college li
orary will get $100,000 this year
from the Augustana synod cen
tennial thank offering.
Radcliffe college is offering
two $500 fellowships for train
ing courses in personnel admin
allowed, according to Doris Hack,
alumni secretary.
At the present time, the alumni
office is working on an overseas
lews letter for men in the service,
:o take the place of “Old Oregon.”
The Chinese central govern
ment has appropriated $3,500,
300 to open the famous Chiatung
university and Dr. J. U. Ly, pres
ident of the university, has left
Shanghai for Chungking to take
Carl Webb New
ON PA Manager f
Carl C. Webb, publisher and
editor of the Freewater Times, has
been appointed secretary and
field manager of the Oregon
Newspaper Publishers’ associa
tion by Charles A. Sprague, vice
president of the organization, to
succeed Harry Schenk, who is now
serving with the office of war
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Municipal Electric and Water Utilities
The government has asked its citizens to "wage war on ^
waste"—to conserve America's vast power resources.
You can cooperate in this effort by conserving on light
and the use of electrical appliances. The Eugene Water
Board will endeavor to supply you with the best service
possible in the coming year.