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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (May 5, 1944)
Attend the Church
Of Your Choice
10th Ave. at Pearl
Rev. Norman K. Tully, Pastor
Soldiers, Students and Visitors
Cordially Welcome at Divine
11 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.
Broadway and High
Dr. Vance H. Webster, Pastor
University Group, 9:45 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m.
Morning Worship 11:00 a.m.
Evening Service 7:30 p.m.
13th and Pearl
Rev. E. S. Bartlam, Rector
Services at 8 and 11 A.M.
Canterbury Club 6 P.M.
Service, Wednesday in Gerlinger,
1166 Oak Street
Walter J. Fiscus, Pastor
University Classes, 9:45 A.M.
Dr. Victor P. Morris, teacher
Youth Discussion Groups, 6:15p.m.
Fireside Meetings 8:45 p.m.
Worship Services 11:00 and
490 13th Ave. East
Wesley Goodson Nicholson,
Morning Worship 11:00 A.M.
University Group 7:00 P.M.
ST. MARY’S CATHOLIC
W. 11th & Charnelton
Sunday Masses—8:00, 9:30,
10:30 A. M.
Confessions: 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8:30 P.M. Sat.
Rev. Francis P. Leipzig, Pastor,
Rev. L. H. Sohler, Director
6th and Pearl—Phone 4623
Harold Aalbue, Pastor
Morning Service 11:00 A.M.
Holy Communion last Sunday
L.S.A. Sundays, 7:00
1165 Willamette St.
Llewellyn O. Griffith, Minister
9:45 a.m., 7:00 p.m.
Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m.
Wesley House, 1258 Kincaid;
Mrs. John Worthington,
"The Woman of the
with CLAIRE TREVOR
Those economic principles set
forth by the Atlantic city confer
ence of February 18 and 19 were
upheld by Wayne L. Morse, former
dean of the University of Oregon
law school, in a rally Thursday
night at the Woodrow Wilson jun
ior high school on behalf of his
candidacy for the United States
senate in opposition to Rufus Hol
The basic points of the charter
of that conference on postwar
planning, he said, were an economy
of plenty, not scarcity, a way of
living which permits people to save
and invest, decent standards of
wages and of prices to farmers,
and industry by private enterprise,
not by government. The former
member of the war labor board
said he had pleaded for these
things for the past eight, years.
“A way is being challenged,” he
stated, ‘‘but there are great stars
of hope in the heavens,” from such
conferences as this.
Isolatinoism as a geographic
fact is an impossibility; and as a
state of mind, a breeder of war,
he said in urging ‘‘mobilization for
“You can’t have law and order
. . . without a court; but a court j
is not enough; it must be backed ]
up with enforcement power. Force
is the only language the gangster
nations understand,” the candidate
says in outlining his views on iso
lationism. Further he discouraged
the “super-nation” attitude.
Speaking of the prewar expor
tation of scrap and munitions to
Japan and the failure to fortify
Pacific, islands, Mr. Morse said
that there had been too much
secrecy and that the policies of
the state department should be
the property of the people.
“Government by men or govern
ment by law,” was his emphasis
concerning internal affairs. Al
though willing to agree to re
straints during the war, Mr. Morse
stressed his objection to processes
of restraint started before the war
and applied during the war.
Parents at Depot
Incoming Oregon Mothers and
Dads will be met at the Southern
Pacific depot by the Mothers'
Weekend hospitality committee
and will be given transportation to
the campus unless such arrange
ments have already been made by
their sons and daughters.
Luggage should be taken to the
hotels or the student living or
ganizations where the visitors are
to be guests for the weekend to
avoid further confusion and then
parents are requested to register
at Johnson hall immediately upon
Genuine Top Grain Leather
Zippered Travel Kits
(Continued from page one)
ea a student loan fund at Oregon
as well as at other colleges.
The fellowships are for research
in science and in public service.
The scholarships are to be given
to graduates of Oregon high
schools entering the University.
The Oregon state board of high
er education will hold the money
in trust for the University.
Mr. Booth died April 28 and left
an estate of $250,000. The rest of
the estate was bequeathed to mem
bers of his family.
Sigma Xi Makes Plans
(Continued from Page one)
A sub-committee is investigat
ing the possibility of publishing
under the auspices of the Univer
sity, scientific pamphlets written
for the public about the scientific
features and natural resources of
Other activities of the committee
include a study of library facilities
(in particular the files of scien
tific periodicals), rewriting of the
introductions to the lists of courses
of the seven science departments
in. the University catalog, and the
problem of sabbatical leave for
“An important policy of the sci
ence committee is to collaborate
fully with existing University com
mittees and other planning com
mittees which may 'eventually i)e
set up (by Phi Beta Kappa, for
instance) in order to increase the
prestige of the University of Ore
gon and to enable the University
to handle adequately the postwar
influx of students,” Dr. Van
The committee consists of one
representative from each of the
seven science departments of the
college of liberal arts, and in addi
tion, four members-at-large who
form a steering sub-committee
which prepares the work of the
The committeemen are L. S.
Cressman, head and representative
of the anthropology department;
H. R. Crosland, associate professor
and representative of the psychol
ogy department; C. Ft Kossack,
assistant professor of mathemat
ics and member-at-large; J. C.
Merriam, consultant on values of
science, and former president of
the Carnegie Institute of Washing
ton, D. C., member-at-large; A. R.
Moore, research professor of gen
eral physiology, member-at-large;
A. F. Moursund, head and repre
sentative of the mathematics de
partment; W. V. Norris, head and
representative of the physics de
partment; W. D. Smith, head and
representative of the geology and
geography department; P. Van
Rysselberghe, chairman, associate
professor of chemistry and mem
ber-at-large; and H. B. Yocom,
head and representative of the
Dr. Van Rysselberghe, who is
chairman of the Sigma Xi com
mittee, is also this year’s presi
dent of the Oregon chapter. At the
last meeting J. M. McGee, associate
professor of chemistry, was elect
ed chapter president for 1944-45.
Secretary and stenographer for the
committee is Mrs. Lois Newman,
secretary and typing instructor in
the school of business administra
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