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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 21, 1947)
Dr. Wood’s Article
The lead article in the December
issue of the Journal of Speech Dis
orders, published by the American
Speech Correction association, was
written by Dr. Kenneth S. Wood.
Wood is assistant professor of
speech and drama, and director of
the speech correction and hearing
clinic at the University.
In analyzing the causes of speech
defects in children, Dr. Wood writes
that children learn speech as part
of their total adjustment pattern.
“Parental adjustment is not only a
prerequisite for normal speech de
velopment in the child, but it is a
prerequisite for successful treat
ment of the child in the clinic,” he
Fifty children were screened from
the Eugene public schools, and giv
en the tests over a two-year period.
The children were normal in every
respect excpt for their speech de
ficiencies, the article stated.
Then parents were given a series
of tests to determine the effect of
maladjusted parents on speech de
velopment of the children. Results
showed the parents to be “signifi
cantly lower in self-adjustment, so
cial adjustment, and total adjust
ment than the group of 250 adults
upon whom the test was standard
The first intercollegiate athletic
activities at the University of Ore
gon took place in the early 1890’s.
Debating contests were much more
popular with the students.
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already underway to nominate
their football star, “Crazylegs”
Carmichael for the highest honor
the school can bestow . . . that of
being “Law School Queen” for
their annual weekend. When
asked to confirm or deny the ru
mor, Mr. Carmichael disdainfully
belched and retired. We’ll have
more on that next week. First
project for the year should be in
stalling a new P. A. system in the
Igloo. The fiasco of last Friday
mght should stimulate some kind
of action, as not only were the en
tertainers embarrassed, Coach Ai
ken was caught in the middle, and
many dimes stayed in pockets
where they should have gone to
the March of Dimes fund. The
Theta Chi quartet of Gene Hebrard,
Bill Pengra, Glenn Snyder and Lo
well Chase did the best they could
with a lousy mike setup. The
whooping and hollering from the
men’s side didn’t help much when
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(Continued from page one)
to the placement service by filing
proper credentials with them, in
cluding letters of recommendation
and accounts of previous experience.
From these lists the business repre
sentatives pick the applicants
whom they wish to interview for
placement with their companies, he
He advised that the applicant
contact the placement office for
background material concerning
the business of his prospective em
ployer, and from this decide before
hand what qualifications he has to
“Students often come into the in
terview cold, and know little about
the work they are interviewed for,’’
Onthank said. "As a result they
fail to present themselves in as fa
vorable a light as possible.”
The dean urged that graduating
students consult their major pro
fessors regarding future employ
ment, since many of these instruc
tors have close connections with
business concerns in their field.
(Continued jrom page one)
Doug Ackley, Delta Upsilon; Jim
Dyer, Sigma Phi Epsilon; Gerard
Rastello, Beta Theta Pi; Jim Rob
son, Campbell club; Dick Clarkson,
Chi Psi; Clay Morgan, Delta Tau
Delta; Carl Bugge, Kappa Sigma;
John Helmer, Phi Gamma Delta;
John Grossman, Sigma hall; Bob
Bradlee, Pi Kappa Alpha; Hugh.
Steers, Sigma Mu.
Dave Haye$, Sigma Chi; Bob
Dunn, Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Bob
Eovlien, Stitzer hall; Don Casseld,
Merrick hall; Elba Heard, Minturn
hall; Norm Mannheimer, McChesney
hall; Bob Bryant, Theta Chi; Don
Londer, Sigma Alpha Mu; Robert
Garnett, Villard annex.
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