Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, January 14, 1947, Page 7, Image 7

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    Maternity Pledges
[Announced by Dean
University fraternity pledges
from the beginning of winter term
were announced Monday by the of
fice of the dean of men.
Included were: Alpha Tau Omega,
Francis E. Dunn, Portland; Clifford
Hume, Portland; Lloyd E. Mieser,
Jr., Portland; Robert N. White,
Portland. Chi Psi: James R. Hay
den, Crystal Lake, Illinois.
Delta Tau Delta: Robert H. Kerh
li, Portland. Delta Upsilon: Fred N.
Van Horn, Seaside; Lowell E. Ernst,
Bend. Kappa Sigma: Lee P. Everett,
Eugene; Albert B. David, Portland;
William R. Davis, Ashland; Robert
A. Lovlien, Roseburg; Donald E.
((Ruecker, Portland,
i Phi Gamma Delta: Theodore R.
4^'look, Jr., Portland; Floyd A. Fred
| erickson, Portland; Walter E. Hol
§ man, Portland; John B. Hunt, Jr.,
I Portland; Shelton G. Sessions, Port
P land. Phi Sigma Kappa; James H.
Beagle, Coos Bay; Joseph M; Cham
bers, Grants Pass; David B. Cou
tant, Grants Pass; Don Sauer,
Grants Pass.
Pi Kappa Alpha: Edward H.
Crawford, Merrill. Sigma Alpha
Mu: Robert Cohn, Portland; Rich
ard G. Finke, Portland; Allen H.
Lippman, Portland. Sigma Chi:
Richard H. Hazard, Pasadena, Cal.;
Sigma Nu: James R. Bartelt, Ash
land; Sigma Phi Epsilon: Robert L.
Deller, Eugene.
World Religions Topic
At Westminster House
A series of studies in world relig
ions will begin today at noon at
Westminster house in response to
a request by a group of students for
such a series.
The course will be taught by Dr.
^iseph R. Harris, director of the
Westminster foundation, and will
continue for about eight of ten
Anyone interested in attending
these noon meetings should bring
their own lunches, or luncheon may
be bought for 35 cents.
Fruit Growers
Vets Forum
The following- men should report
to the Veterans office in the base
ment of Johnson hall to fill out form
1961, which is necessary for the
compl'etition of their winter term
James H. Beagle, William Black
mer, Jack M. Blasingame, Elwin L.
Brown, Lynn F. Bucklin,, Gordon
W. Burbee, Richard D. Christian
sen, Leslie J. Corey, John W. Day,
Billy E. Duhaime, Thomas A. Ed
lfsen,“Everett P. Fulton, Jerone R.
Geffen, Junior L. Goerge, Roland
N. Gillespie, Robert C. Graham, Eu
genet W. Griffith, Patrick J. Groff,
Thomas K. Gurney, Kirk A. Ham
ann, David O. Henthorne, James F.
Hickman, John G. Joachims, Glen
L. Kelly, William W. Keylock, Jeff
B. Lambert, Ralph W. Locke,
George E. Marsters, Ralph P. Ma
tile, Jr., James W. Nelson, Hugh No
land, Boyd E. Peterson, George
Rawlins, Jr„ Frederick C. Robison,
Richard A. Rothermel, Robert D.
Runnion, Pbliip G. Scheer, Henry
W. Schultz, Glenn H. Snyder, Mer
land P. Sowers, Jennings O. Sten
dal, Jr., Robert W. Strebig Earl L.
Sweet, Francis W. Thorn, Edward
Uglesich, Lloyd M. Van Peursem,
Harold D. West, Charles B. White.
Amphibian tryouts at 4 p.m. in
the Gerlinger pool.
Alpha Delta Sigma meeting at 4
p.m. upstairs in the Side.
Skull and Dagger meeting at 7
p.m. at the Sigma Chi house.
Meeting of the former members
of Scabbard and Blade at 4 p.m.
Thursday at the military depart
Interdorm council meeting at 7
p.m. in the John Straub dining
Newman club meeting at 6:45
p.m. at the YMCA.
Luncheon at Westminster house
at noon; roundtable discussion at 9
Christian Science meeting at 7:45
in YWCA.
A group picture of Pi Lambda
Theta, education honorary, for the
1947 Oregana will be taken Wednes
day at 8 p.m. in front of the dean of
women’s office in Gerlinger hall.
ISA senate meeting, 7:30 p.m., 105
Commerce hall.
All talent auditioning for the pre
game program this coming Friday
night be at the Theta house at 4
p.m. Tuesday.
Department of Biology
Lists New Instructors
New instructors in the biology de
partment for winter term include
Donald J. Kimerdorf, Mrs. Samuel
F. Ramey, and Mrs. L. E. Detling,
according to an announcement made
Monday by Dr. P. L. Risley, head
of the biology department.
Kimerdorf received his bachelor's
degree from Oregon and has been
studying for his doctorate at UCLA
which he hopes to receive this sum
All three of the new department
members will assist in different
laboratory sections, Dr. Risley said.
Help make the
New Year happy
for some puppy
Give him a home.
35 W. 11th Phone 3284
Webb Attends Ad Meet
A meeting of the advertising com
mittee of the Oregon Newspaper
Publishers association was held at
the Multnomah hotel in Portland
Friday. Carl C. Webb, manager of
the ONPA and assistant professor
of journalism, represented the Uni
versity of Oregon at the meeting.
Telling the Editor
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room together. After securing the
permission of the house mother,
they were informed that there is a
campus regulation to the effect that
colored students and white students
cannot room together even at their
own request.
Other instances were cited and
substantiated of discriminatory
treatment in housing and dormitory
An investigating committee inter
viewed the house mother of Alpha
hall and Mrs. Turnipseed, both of
whom assured the committee that
they were acting under a ruling
signed by the president of the Uni
The ONE WORLD CLUB is writ
ing a letter to the President of the
University and sending him a copy
to the EJdERALD on the assump
tion that it is the duty of all Ameri
cans to defend the provisions of the
Constitution and the Declaration of
Independence which state that all
men are created equal and that "No
state shall make or enforce any law
which shall abridge the privileges
or immunities of citizens of the
United States. . .
If this ruling exists, Mr. Presi
dent. we would like to know the au
thority on which the ruling is based,
in order that we may act to have it
rescinded; because we feel that a
state university is supported by all
the taxpayers, and its facility s
should be equally available to all the
people, regardless of race, class, or
Very truly yours,
Keith W. Bacon
Leonard C. Maxey
William H. Webster, Jr.
One W’orld Club
Rent A
P A System
Record Player
G. H. Smeed Phone 4402-M
convenient to the Campus
1128 Alder—Around the Corner from the Mayflower
Open Minds
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