Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 14, 1947)
. Editing Class Airs
The Polish election question was
aired Monday night over KOAC by
members of the senior editing class
taught by George S. Turnbull, dean
of the journalism school. The broad
cast was the first in a series on
problems affecting world peace,
with emphasis on the various ideol
ogies coming into play in world
Vernon White, Winifred Romt
vedt, and LeJeune W. Griffith dis
cussed the Polish election, including
the possible underlying motives of
the Russian government in their
reported attempts at interference.
A Thursday night broadcast over
KORE is being readied by other
k members of the editing class to
open a series of programs on his
torical figures fn journalism.
John Peter Zenger, pre-revolu
tionary publisher who was involved
in the first American case of free
dom of the press, will be the topic
of discussion Thursday at 8:15 p.m.
over KORE by Rusty Sparks, Don
ald McIntosh, Lester Schlangen,
and Sidney Seymour.
(Cut courtesy Register-Guard)
WORKS FOR NAVY . . .
Dr. Pierre Van Rysselberghe, professor of chemistry, is now supervising
a research project which is being financed by the Navy.
For Service Petitions
Wednesday is the deadline for fil
ing petitions for the members of
the administrative committee
which will direct the World Student
Service fund drive.
Petitions should be turned in to
Tom Hazzard, general chairman of
the drive, at Westminster house or
the Alpha Tau Omega house.
The drive will be conducted Feb
ruary three to seven.
Storm Delays Mentor
Gordan Wright, assistant profes
sor of history now on leave, did not
return to the campus Monday as
scheduled because of a storm which
delayed the S. S. America on which
he was returning from Paris. Dr.
Wright has cabled Dan Clark, head
of the history department, that he
will be back at the University the
latter part of the week.
There are about 1,000 different
kinds of rats.
Wyoming has fewer ranches and
farms today than it had ten years
when you smoke ^
PHILIP‘ MORRIS 4
CLEAN, FRESH; PURE
America's FINEST Cigarette!
There’s an important difference in Philip Morris
manufacture that lets the FULL FLAVOR of the
world’s finest tobaccos come through for your com
plete enjoyment—clean, fresh, pure! v
That’s why the flavor’s ALL yours when you smoke
Philip Morris! That’s why Philip Morris taste better
—smoke better—all day long!
No wonder that with millions of smokers everywhere;
Philip Morris is America’s FINEST Cigarette!
FOR SALE: All wool double
breasted blue-grey shark ski*,
suit, size 40 long. $40.00. 922 5th
St., Springfield. Phone 2378.
LOST—Girl’s class ring, Sundaj
night on campus. Betty Lou Ar
not, ext. 270.
FOR SALE: 1931 Chev. Sedan.
Good condition. Sherry Rosa
Hall. Lee Tillotson.
LOST: Black Everslfarp pen or:
campus Monday morning. Cal.
Jean Girts, Ext. 283.
I’ UNDAMENTAL and advanced
class in ballroom dancing. Ruse
Kenaga, 2873-W Sunday or call
leaving name, phone No. during
1-13-47, 1-20-47 only.
MANUSCRIPT typist, reasonable
rates. Maude Reynolds, 302 Tif
fany Bldg. Phone 2763.
FOR A DAY"
THRILL of BRAZIL
i "THE TIME OF
ABBOTT and COSTELLO
. THEATRE „
COURAGE OF LASSIE
THE GLASS ALIBI