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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 6, 1946)
Nets Swim Title
In Close Meet
By MARY ANNE HANSEN
Winning its first title, Hendricks
hall upset the defending champion
Alpha Phi team to take top honors
in women's intramural swimming
with a total score of 50.5 points as
compared to the Phis’ 47.
Other finalist teams included
University, Susan Campbell, and
Highland in third, fourth, and fifth
Deciding the meet title was the
80-yard freestyle relay. Hendricks
got away to a fast start, led all the
way, and finished strong with Syl
via Branden, the anchor swimmer.
Officiating at the meet was Wan
da Lou Payne. Announcer was Rob
bie Mulkey, and chief scorer was
40-yil. free style—first, Hansen;
second, Branden; third, Smith;
40-yd. backstroke—first, Mounts;
second, Smith; third, Peterson;
40-yd. breaststroke—first, Minot;
second, Dye; time: 34.3.
80-yd. freestyle—first, Hansen;
second, Branden; third, Smith;
60-yd. medley relay—first, Alpha
Phi; second, Hendricks; time: 42.8.
80-yd. freestyle relay—first, Hen
dricks; second, Alpha Phi; time:
Form swimming—first, Thomp
son; second, Mounts; third, Minot.
Diving—first, Ball; second, Min
ot; third, Rattrey.
The Cascades and Evergreen
hockey contingents will leave this
weekend to compete in Portland on
Dec. 7-8 in a Northwestern hockey
conference. Teams from Portland,
OSC, University of Washington,
Idaho, WSC, and British Columbia
will also compete in tournament
play to be held on the Grant field.
Also on the calendar is the final
all-member WAA meeting to oe
held Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. in the
WAA room and Alumni hall. Initia
tion of new members and presenta
tion of awards will highlight the
evening’s program. Intramural
honors will be shared between Su
san Campbell, volleyball champions,
and Hendricks, swimming cham
pions. President Virginia Scholl
Looking ahead to winter term, the
slate shows the WAA carnival, the
intercollegiate telegraphic swim
ming meet, intramural play in bad
minton and basketball, and inter
collegiate athletic exchanges.
Registration is the time to help
the student tmion drive.
The need for more and better pre
pared teachers in American educa
tion fields was emphasized by Dr.
Worth McClure, executive secre
tary of the American Association
of School Administrators, speak
ing before the Wednesday morning
session of the convention of the
Northwest Association of Second
ary and Higher Schools at the
According to Dr. McClure, prob
lems of teacher education and cer
tification have reached the acute
stage. Since 1939, he said, more
than 350,000 teachers have left the
schools for other professions. A sur
vey taken the fall term of 1945 dis
closed that only 13,000 men were
enrolled in teachers’ colleges, a
number far below the demand ex
pected. Furthermore, Dr. McClure
pointed out, many of these men may
never enter the teaching profession.
The predominant factor responsi
ble for this situation is the low sal
aries currently paid teachers, as
serted Dr. McClure. He told the
group that California’s action in
voting a $2400 minimum salary for
teachers was being followed by sim
ilar plans in other states. This move,
he feels, will greatly aid teacher re
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