Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 17, 1944, Image 1

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    Yellow Menace?
Read Hate Editorial
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More "Nut Sed"
Today—Nuf Said
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All Men to Assemble In Igloo
Addressing 1000 students who massed at the depot to meet his train,
vice-presidential candidate Bricker said, “This makes me wish I were
back in college.’’
U.S. Senator to Address
Eugeneans From Train
The train-stop talk of Sen. Harry S. Truman Wednesday,
October 18, and the appearance of Assistant United States
Attorney General Norman Lytell at a party gathering October
20 promise to make this an eventful week for all politically
minded Oregon students.
The vice-presidential candidate will speak from his train
Petitions for senior sepresen
tative on the ASUO executive
council are to be turned in to
Jean Taylor, at the Alpha Phi
house, before noon today. Peti
tioners for the office must be
seniors and prove their eligibil
ity for the position with slips
from the deans’ offices.
Faculty Journal
Programs Begin
Tonight on KOAC
Two students, Elizabeth Schaef
ers, pianist, and Elizabeth Howes,
mezzo-soprano, will present a half
hour of music tonight at 7:30 over
KOAC. Miss Schaefers will play
works by Van Dyke, De Falla,
Liszt, and Macdowell, and Miss
Howes will sing numbers by Seitz,
Moss, Vannah, Herbert, and You
mans. She will be accompanied by
Mrs. Kellis.
The program, under the title
Campus Recital, will be presented
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platform at 1:35 p.m. Wednesday,
before proceeding to Portland
where he will make a major speech
that evening. Chairman Elmer
Sahlstrom, of the campus Young
Democrats club, asks that as many
students as possible be at the
Southern Pacific depot to welcome
and hear Roosevelt’s running mate.
Senatorial candidates, Edgar W.
(Please turn to page four)
Exec Plans Set
Council Asks
For Talent,
Blood Donors
Audrey Holliday, ASUO presi
dent, made the following announce
ments Monday:
Wednesday night desserts will be
held at living organizations from
6:30 to 7:30. They will be scheduled
through Heads of Houses and in
the office of the dean of women.
Talent List
Jim McGregor has been appoint
ed to secure a talent list for future
ASUO programs. All students will
ing to help with the entertainment
shows should file their names and
talents with McGregor.
Blood Donors
Students 21 years of age, who
wish to contribute blood in the
current plasma drive Monday, No
vember 6, at Corvallis, should con
tact Ken Geiger or Sally Spiess.
Transportation to and from Cor
vallis will be furnished by the Red
Cross and donors will be back on
the campus by Monday noon.
Petitions Due
Wednesday; ISA
To Elect Heads
Petitions for the positions of
freshman and junior representa
tives on the ISA executive cabinet,
together with eligibility slips, must
be turned in to Virginia Harris at
Hendricks hall by 5 o’clock Wed
nesday, according to Alice Harter,
ISA president. Names of persons
wishing to represent unaffiliated
students in the ISA senate should
also be reported to Miss Harter by
that time.
The election will be held in the
Co-op from 9 to 5 on Friday, it was
decided at the Saturday meeting of
the cabinet. All Independents will
vote in the executive cabinet con
test, but only unaffiliated students
will vote for the senatorial candi
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Alumni Return to Aid
Former UO Professors
Three members of the class of
1944 have returned to the campus
this fall as graduate assistants in
several departments. They are
among the 78 graduate students
who have completed registration,
according to records in the gradu
ate division office.
Joining the graduate assistant
staff are Miss Phyllis Amacher,
psychology; Miss Beverly oGetz,
physical education; Miss Patricia
Howe, biology, and Mrs. Helen Ol
ney, mathematics. Mrs. Olney was
a graduate student last year and is
working for an M.S. degree. The
others were graduated this year.
Of the 16 graduate assistants,
four came this year from other
colleges, namely: Miss Mary Bow
man, physical education, Washing
ton College of Education; Miss
Florence Hupprich, physical educa
tion, Oregon. State college; and
Miss Bettiellen Payne, social sci
ence survey, Willamette university.
Miss Hupprich received her degree
from the University of Wisconsin.
Last year 29 graduate assistants
were hired.
While only one research assist
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Sophomore in lil)eral arts, Mr.
Moore is the hew YMCA president.
"Y” Elects
Plans Drive
By the first unanimous cabinet
vote in several years, Douglas
Moore, sophomore in liberal arts,
was elected to the presidency or
the IfMCA at its first regular meet
ing, Sunday, October 15.
Active in the “Y” last year and
understanding the organization's
aims, Moore plans a full 1944-15
calendar with special emphasis on
new and larger membership.
“Regardless of the seeming in
activity of the ‘Y’ during the past
two years, it is and always has
been an important cog in Univer
sity activities,” the new prexy
commented. “It could be even more
so with increased membership and
stable planning.”
With emphasis on the fact that
the YMCA is not a “goody goody
club for boys” Moore appointed
Harry Granger, “Y” vice-president
and sophomore in liberal arts,
George Campbell, freshman, and
Jim Vitus, “Y” secretary-treasurer,
as a committee of three to make
/Please turn to page four)
YWCA Combines
Class Councils
The freshman and sophomore
commissions of last year have com
bined into the “Y activators” this
year to further the activities and
interests of these two classes.
Charleen Davidson, chairman of
the group, has announced that, un
like last year, no definite represen
' tative will be chosen from cacli
house. Any sophomore or freshman
girl may attend the meetings.
Helen Flock has been announced
as guest speaker at the Wednes
day meeting at 7:30. Hiss Flock
will present an ‘‘over-all” picture
of the activities planned for this
year. Officers will be introduced
and a definite date will be set for
future meetings. All girls are in
vited to the meeting.
Campus Mystery
To Be Revealed
a mass meeting lor all men on
the campus, sponsored by BINU
SAOMUO, has been called for
Wednesday night at 8, October 18,
at McArthur court by the mala
members of the ASUO executive
council upon receipt of a formal
petition signed by a majority of
the men students at the University.
All signees of the petition are
members of the BINFSAOMUO,
the organizationAvhich was formed
two weeks ago for tile purpose of
furthering the activity of Univer
sity men.
The petition reads:
“We, the undersigned, petition
the male members of the ASUO
executive council to call a gen
eral meeting of all University of
Oregon men, including soldiero
and faculty men, at some future
date at a suitable place.
“Meeting to be called by notice
published in the Emerald.
Reference to this meeting wi t
be made by use of the abbre
viated name of the organization,
The order for the meeting w.is
issued immediately by Gene Conk
lin, junior in law, and Leon Wil
liams, sophomore in liberal aria,
who are the two male membe > 3
of the council.
Leaders of all men's living or
ganizations, including all active
and inactive social, living and oth- r
groups, and of all classes, and vet
erans and non-veterans, have com
bined to plan what an informed
source termed “an interesting, :i.o
well as a surprising evening.”
An admission of 20 cents will be
made in order to defray necessary
expenses. Other matters pertain
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Holden Promoted
To Prexy Position
Marilyn Holden, junior in liberal
arts, is the new junior class presi
dent, according to the announce
ment Monday by ASUO President
Audrey Holliday.
Member of Kwama and Phi
Theta, and chairman of the sopho-r
more dance, Miss Holden was auto
matically promoted from secretary
of the class to president, due io
the absence of Virginia Wright,
who was elected president last
Positions in the junior, class oT
treasurer, secretary, and vice
president are open, disclosed
Miss Holliday. Petitions for these
offices, accompanied by eligibil
ity slips from the deans’ offices',
should be submitted to Marilyn
Holden at Chi Omega before Fri
day noon.
Rushing Reoponecf
The permanent regulation ot
the Freshman Week committee
on rushing and pledging is that
rushing and pledging may take
place, anytime in the term, four
weeks after the first classes
begin. That is, rushing may
begin October 23.