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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 3, 1946)
The winners in the W. F. Jew
ett Inter-Sectional Speech contest
held December 6, 1945, were an
nounced recently by W. A. Dahl
berg, director of the speech and
drama division of the University.
In first place with superior rat
ing were Kenneth Christianson and
Estella Mae Allen, In second with
an excellent rating were Don Mc
Neil and Patricia Arnold, and
third wth a rating of good were
Robert Ringo, Richard Tansing,
The prizes awarded to these win
Rex Gunn, Betty Gaines, and Rob
ners were $15 for first, $10 for
second, and $5 for third. The
judges were Frank G. Black, A. B.
Stillman, and John C. McCloskey.
The purpose of the contests,
which are held shortly before the
close of each term, is to present
»~and judge the best speeches given
in the beginning classes of the
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GENERAL DOUGLAS Mac
ARTHUR reported that his policy
of using “the entire structure of
the Japanese government” to
carry out the surrender term has
“attained the desired ends.”
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THE CIO UNITED Packing
House Workers of America an
nounced that its 200,000 members
would strike January 16 in support
of the union’s demand for a twen
ty-five cents an hour wage in
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THE PEARL HARBOR investi
gating committee named Seth W.
Richardson, Washington attorney,
as its new council.
Maryann Howard, editor
Inez Richardson j
To Geology Department
Several interesting and valuable
ore and mineral specimens have
been given to the University of
Oregon geology department by
Glenn Morgan of Eugene. Dr.
Warren D. Smith, head of the de
partment, said they will be used
in economic geology classes.
They were given to Morgan by
the curator of the museum in
Sydney, Australia, who knew Dr.
Smith. Taken from the Broken
Hill mine, one of the most famous
mines in Australia and located in
a classic mining district, they will
be invaluable in teaching, accord
ing to Dr. Smith.
Morgan, a member of the
merchant marine when he became
acquainted with the museum cura
tor, plans to enter Oregon as a
student this term.
Westminster open house, 4 to
5 30 p.m.; all invited,
University Hour over KOAC at
Westminster potluck dinner at
Basketball game at McArthur
Kappa Kappa Gamma open
house, 3 to 5 p.m.
Jam for Breakfast
(Continued from page two)
ruptcy recognized his music as it
should be recognized (eh Gertrude
Stein). So he sings and tenors like
possessed with Hamp.
Herman at Five
The Herman shot at ABC, Sat
urdays at 5 have been discussed.
You might like to know who plays.
Pete Candoli, trumpet; Flip
Phillips, tenor; Chub Jackson,
bass, and drums are new, Davey
having returned to N.Y. and Eddie
Condon’s new club. Chum of ours,
Gene England, ex-Shaw basist
reveals that the startling rhythm
ideas are all creations of Herman’s
guitarist, name unknown at press
time (wonderful to hear them
words again). If more sponsors
like Wildroot would pay dough
for more bands like Woody’s, at
least the cause would have a
More bad, but occasionally
startling radio: Orson Welles at
'10:45 a.m. Sunday, also ABC, has
had good things. Bunk Johnson,
George Lewis, Zuty, etc. But has
also used same organization as BG
for reading letters from Hershey,
Pa., mother’s dub against pigeon
In Russian Offered
Dr. B. C. Friedl, associate pro
fessor of Russian and Romance
languages, will give two extension
courses during the winter term
starting the week of January 7,
the general extension division an
nounced this week.
Thursday evening he will have
his first year Russian class meet
ing in room 2, Commerce. On
Tuesday evenings Dr. Friedl will
give his course on contemporary
Russian civilization. This class will
also meet in room 2, Commerce.
Dr. Friedl is an authority on
Russian language teaching, having
taught United States army offi
cers during the war. He is also
thoroughly familiar with the cur
rent Russian scene and has writ
ten books and articles relative to
the Russian language and civiliza
Dr. Friedl is planning exhibits,
a musical program, and motion
pictures in connection with his
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tracted from their sanctuary with
some little difficulty.
At last report, a red racer was
still racing around somewhere.
None of the reptiles are poisonous.
Curtis used to collect poisonous
snakes too, but he got rid of .them
last June after a rather embar
rassing incident. He was bitten
while demonstrating to a Boy
Scout troop how to avoid being
Currently he is experimenting to
find the difference between two
Texas snakes. Lindheimer's rat
snake and gray rat snake, differ
ence yet unknown, and with Bill
Mistead, Baylor student, on rats
and the poison of rattlesnakes.
They plan to make a report at the
next junior academy meeting.
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