Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, December 05, 1945, Page 14, Image 14

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    YWCA To Survey
Coeds' Problems
A survey to find out what the
campus women are really like is
being conducted at the University
or Oregon and a number of other
selected colleges and universities
ia the United States by the Na
tional Student Council and by USO
Campus Services of the YWCA.
The results, which will be pub
lished in the “Women’s Press,"
V.W.C.A. magazine, will be used
it, the development of the program
for student councils and the USO
Campus services.
Directed by Anne Scripter -and
Margery Skordahl, co-chairmen of
tue Y.W.C.A. membership com
mittee, the survey seeks to dis
cover certain facts about campus
women, their problems and con
cons, what proportion of them
have made hasty marriages, and
what difficulties they see in their
own future.
The project is under the direc
tion of Miss Lois Greenwood, exe
cutive director of the campus
“Much has appeared in news
papers and magazines about col
lege women,” wrote Fern Babcock
of the National Student Council
and Louise Pfeutze of the USO
Campus services. “Some of it has
been good, but all of it has been
speculation. We are attempting to
discover some facts.”
The results of the poll will be
sent east, but the campus
Y.W.C.A. plans to incorporate the
results into its future progams,
according to Miss Greenwood.
Dreaming ...
(Continued from I'nitc Nine)
coat to his mouth. I presumed that
it was oxygen.
[ hurried home, towing a yule
log behind me, to help mother put
cheese on the crackers. Mother had
asked me to set the table out on
the terrace; it was such a beauti
Joan Farmer, Delta Gamma, models the newest in dressy black
and black skirt combination from Kaufman Bros.
ful snow tall. We were having a
family reunion; 265 relatives were
coming in on the noon plane.
Later, as I was trimming the
Christmas tree with a pair of
shears, I was deeply touched to
find a string of beads (I just love
beads) which my 265 relatives had
chipped in to buy me. I was so
happy that I flew to the window
ana truew up me sasn anu snuuieu
to the world, “Seasons Greetings.”
Coed of the Week ...
(Continued from Page Nine)
the reason for the attachment was
simply that she lost Ed Allen’s pin
last summer, and this was a
! method for insuring against
further loss.
For Brazil Visit
Appointment of Dr. A. R.
Moore, research professor of gen
eral physiology, as visiting pro
fessor to the Biophysical Institute
of the medical school in the Uni
versity of Brazil at Rio de Janeiro,
was announced recently hy the
state department at Washington
Dr. Moore’s two month appoint
ment is on invitation of the direc
tor of the South American insti
tute, Dr. Carlos Chagas. The state
departments division of cultural
co-operation is subsidizing the
visiting professorship.
During his stay at the South
American university, Dr, Moore
will give lectures cn the excita
tion of nerves. His lectures will
include the results of studies mad^
at the University on the chemistry
and biophysics of nerve function.
“This is a very welcome oppor
tunity to become acquainted with
and to work with the leading phy
siologists of Brazil,” Dr. Moore
said, “It will be very interesting
to me to learn something about
animals of that region, and the
appointment will enable me to
carry on comparative studies,
especially of the nervous system,
in which I have been interested for
a long time.”
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