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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1944)
Nancy Boles was reelected presi
dent of the House Librarians’ asso
ciation in their first maetiflgjDf the
term held Tuesday in the browsing
room of the library.
Elected to serve under Miss
Boles were Nancy Landry, Phyllis
Perkins, and Phyllis Donovan re
The association was £ggun by
the interfraternity council, which
contributed $400 toward starting a
traveling library to be distributed
to the living organizations on the
campus. Since then, many other in
dividuals and units including Phi
Theta UpsilorrMortar Bgard, and
the class of ’OT^ra^i^cqntributed
to the fund. ^
Miss Bernicybftflref JieAS of cir
culation and browsing rroom, is ad
visor to the club.
Tulane university announces a
new series of publications, titled
“Middle American Research Rec
ords,” by its middle-American re
Use your ration stamps
wisely. Come in now.
He ready for . . .
the Oregon mist”
Male ' Yell King
The two positions now open
on the rally squad are for men
only, according to Jean Taylor,
second vice president of ASUO.
Apart from this qualification,
applicants may be from any class
and should have had previous
experience on either high school
or college yell teams.
Arrangements were completed
Tuesday afternoon for the opening
of Oregon’s streamline intramural
football league with the adoption
of rules and regulations for league
play by the four men’s organiza
tion representatives and two inde
Schedules will be drawn up by
the team captains Thursday morn
ing at 11 o’clock in the physical
education conference room and
competition is expected to start the
early part of next week.
Campbell club, Phi Gamma Del
ta, Kappa Sigma, and Sigma Nu
held practice sessions Tuesday
evening in preparation for the
opening of the season, and two in
dependent teams, Boyd’s and
Huff’s, were added to the circuit.
Competition is expected to be tough
in the six-team league with ap
proximately 300 men on the cam
pus capable of filling the various
Teams will field seven players,
one of whom shall be game cap
tain, instead of the usual six-man
squad, and quarters of eight min
utes will be played instead of the
15-minute quarters as in college
NCC Enrollment at
All Time High
Northwest Christian college has
an all-time high enrollment, ac
cording to Dr. Ross J. Griffith,
new president of the college, when
speaking to the Eugene Kiwanis
Maintenance of high academic
standards and a building program
to expand physical facilities are
some of the projects now in plan
Among the proposed plant ex
pansion projects will be building of
dormitories to be built in units.
Reserves already are accumulating
towards the building of these pro
jects, the speaker said.
For school-day vim and vigor
SHOP FOR THE BEST
14th and Mill Phone 71
Hogan's Grocery and Cook's Market
544 E. 13th Phone 2066
Plan for Dance
Aired by Board
Possibility of a dance with music
supplied by a big name orchestra
was evidenced at the educational
activities board meeting Tuesday
afternoon when the board approved
use of McArthur court for such a
purpose if the responsibility rested
on an organization downtown ra
ther than upon the University.
No further action was taken on
The board also approved the
printing of 1200 Pigger's Guides
(student directories) to be distrib
uted the first of November. The
book this year is edited by Jean
Lawrence and under the business
management of Anna Mae Win
The board approved the appoint
ment of Frannie Maier as adver
tising manager of the Emerald,.
Ruthe Foreman as managing edi
tor of the Oregana, and Betty Lu
Siegman and Nancy Brownell as
associate editors of the Oregana.
The concert series planned for
the year was also approved.
The Oregana will be lithographed
instead of offset, according to a
decision of the board.
Betty Robertson, night editor
Business Office Staff:
Lt. Stoddard Appointed
Gun Crew Commander
Lieut. Tom Stoddard, U. S. navy,
once ASUO prexy, informed Karl
W. Onthank, dean of personnel ad
ministration, that he is now the
commanding officer of a ship's
gun crew. Lt. Stoddard spent the
winter and spring in Mediterran
ean waters, but is now thought to
be in the Pacific.
A graduate of 1933, he later be
came president of the Alumni
association. At the time war was
declared he left his business in
Portland to join the navy.
A navy blue or black coat, size
14 or 16, sport style, with three
large pearl buttons and pearl but
tons on each sleeve. It was left at
the infirmary when pictures were
being taken at registration.
(Continued from page one)
Carolyn Hintzen, freshman in art.
Miss Lawrence asks that any
student who has changed his ad
dress since filling out his regis
tration card, be sure to file a
change of address card in the
registrar’s office, to avoid errors.
Staff members whose office or
home phones or addresses have
been changed since they turned in
their 1944-45 faculty directory in
formation cards are asked to send
corrections immediately to the edi
tor’s office, 11 Friendly hall, exten
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mittee; Mary Decker, chairman of
the nurses’ aides; Nila Desinger
assisted by Barbara Johns on the
phone committee and Kathryn
Schneider, phone chairman for the
The staff assistant position is
still open and anyone interested in
the job should contact Carol Wicke
at the Alpha Omicron Pi house.
The first in a series of weekly
seminars sponsored by the chem
istry department was held yester
day in 103 McClure hall. Featured
at this meeting- was Dr. J. M. Mc
Gee, associate professor of chem
istry, who delivered a lecture on
“The Constitution of Chlorophyl.”
Next week’s gathering of the
seminar, scheduled for Tuesday,
October 10, will convene at 4:15,
and Dr. Pierre Van Rysselberghe,
associate professor of chemistry,
wil speak to the group at this time
on “The Polarographic Reduction
of Carbon Dioxide.”
Receives Army Post
Capt. Fred V. Cahill, Jr., on
leave of absence from the faculty
of the University of Oregon, has
been appointed head of the combat
intelligence section of the South
Pacific base command, which is
commanded by Maj. Gen. Frederick
Since coming to New Caledonia
15 months ago, Capt. Cahill has
been active in intelligence work at
army headquarters. He has been in
the army since June, 1942, was
commissioned a second lieutenant
in April, 1943, after attending the
adjutant general’s school at Fort
Washington, Maryland, - and re
ceived his promotions while serv
Before entering the army, Capt.
Cahill was instructor in political
science for one year at the Uni
versity of Oregon. He has a bache
lor of arts degree and a master of
arts degree from the University of
•Nebraska and a doctor of philos
ophy degree from Yale university.
He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa.
A new course in nursing train
; ing leading to the degree of bache
lor of science in nursing is offered
by Bates college, Maine.
UO Alum Returns
Marine Corporal Gordon A.
Krueger, former U. of O. student,
recently reported at San Diego
after serving in the Hawaiian is
lands. He is the son of Mr. A. A.
Krueger of Salem.
Raise his morale by writ
ing- him often. Stop in
soon and select your sta
tionery from Our varied
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