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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (April 11, 1946)
Speech Contest Begins;
Debaters Arrive Today
Debaters from 20 Oregon high
schools will arrive on the campus
today to participate in the Oregon
High School League speech con
test which begins this afternoon.
The contest is sponsored by the
general extension division of the
State System of Higher Education.
K. E. Montgomery, secretary of
the league and director of the con
test, announced the subjects for
discussion. Debate is “Compulsory
Military Training; discussion,
“How Can the American Home as
an Institution Be Strengthened?”;
radio, “Oregon Legends; extem
pore speaking, “Aviation in the
.World of Peace.”
At the Friday night banquet
W. A. Dahlberg, director of speech
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“Doc” Ireland, Prop.
and dramatic arts, will present a
speech entitled “Take ’Em Where
You Find ’Em.” Following is the
complete schedule for the three
Thursday afternoon and evening,
3:00—Round I debate.
4:15—Round II debate.
7:15—Round III debate.
-—Round IV debate.
Friday, April 12:
9:30 — Discussion, prelimina
11:30 — Humorous Readings,
2:00-4:30 — Radio Speaking,
2:15 — Extempore Speaking,
2:15 — Extempore Speaking
3:15—Poetry Reading, prelim
8:30—Round V debate (if ne
Saturday, April 13:
10:00—Humorous Readings, fi
2:00—Radio Speaking, finals.
2:15 — Extempore Speaking
3:15—Extempore Speaking fi
Presentation of awards.
8:30—Debate, finals (broad
cast over KOAC).
Physicals, Shots Claim
Pill Palace's Attention
Most of the humdrum is down
stairs this week in the infirmary,
with the physicals, small pox
shots and other miscellaneous
disorders. Mrs. Ida Brown, nurse,
and her crew upstairs only have
ten students to worry about, which
is considerably fewer than the
record-breaking 24 of last week.
Six lucky victims went home
Monday, and Harvey Roloff, went
home yesterday. Checking out
soon are Rosemary Loder, Mar
guerite Goecks, Elsie Bennetts,
Edward Harris, Evelyn Baker,
Norval Dickson, Lloyd Collins,
John O’Brien, Dick McClintic, and
LOST: Checkbook, red Easter
brook pen, address (green)
book. Mamie Chan, Ext. 386.
LOST: Pair of brown Harlequin
glasses, not in case. Phone 2305.
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Heads of Houses
Yvonne Zeek, president of Hen
dricks Hall, was elected president
of the heads of houses organiza
tion at their first meeting of the
term Monday afternoon.
The other officers consist of
Florence Hintzen, vice-president;
Joyce Utz, secretary; and Norma
Woodford, treasurer. It was also
decided at the meeting that the
office of president would be held
on alternate years by independents
Sign Out Slips for Evening Dates
Mrs. Golda Wickham, dean of
women, announced' that beginning
next fall, girls would have to use
sign out slips for evening dates.
These would contain the destina
tion and time of departure so that
the University would know where
they were in case of an emergen
Late Permission for Seniors
It was also stated that only
legitimate graduating seniors
could have the privilege of 11
o’clock closing hours on week
nights and one on Fridays. Stu
dents were warned that anyone
taking books from the library
without checking them out was
subject to expulsion.
Exchange dinners have been
planned by all the women’s houses
with a 25-cent fee to add to the
Hazel Schwering scholarship fund.
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JAM FOR BREAKFAST
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funny plug for Albany's Sear’s
Django Reinhardt and Stephane
Grapelly have commenced record
ing again. This time in London for
both English Decca and HMV.
Those discophiles interested in Hot
Club du France works may be
excited by following titles: “Co
quette,” “Embraceable You,” and
Liza,' among others too French
Tom and Jim Dorsey will appear
together in the coming auto-bio
graphical flick “The Fabulous
Dorseys.” Art Shaw has written
and will star in a new scenario.
Subject: music. Artie is forming
another new band. In the classic
prose of DB’s Dian Manners: “oh,
hum . . .” If you noted a certain
soft drink Co’s, ad in this sheet a
few days past, you noticed that
Lombardo and Cugat will fill the
other two weekly positions on Spot
lite Bands. I’m not being funny
when I mention this item because
I full well realize that you prob
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ably eat Guy and Xavier for breal -
fast, or would like to.
Herb Widmer has replaced Ralph
Rowers <bass) with a this terra
arrival, Earl Malacoat. Earl has
attended this club before, has been
farmed out to the musical and mili
tary big- leagues since then, has
returned to the serenity and stu
pidity of his home camp. Plaj -t
T. H. Waterman, representative
of Sigma Xi, national science hon
orary. visited on the University
campus Monday. Waterman, as
secretary of the committee on re
search, was interested in the fa
cilities available at the University
for the restoration of postwar
\ ictor and Columbia
Storage albums and
for alt instruments
Sheet music, folios
Manuscript paper, etc.
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