Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, September 24, 1947, Page 3, Image 3

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    Y Cabinet
At Houses
The YWCA membership drive
starts tonight with Y cabinet mem
bers addressing all women’s living
organizations at house fireside on
the advantages of Y membership,
Nila Desinger, chairman of the
drive, announced.
Opportunities for upper classmen
in the Y wlil be stressed in this
year’s drive. Miss Desinger said
that committees such as foreign
affairs, public affairs and the skep
tic’s hour hold interests and ad
vantages for the older girls.
The sophomore commission un
der. the leadership of Zata Sinclair
plans to investigate vocational op
portunities. Personal orientation to
the campus is the fall term project
of all the freshman commissions
with the exception of the one meet
ing at 4 on Monday, which will de
vote itself more to drama and mu
sic. Beth Basler is in charge of all
freshman commissions and Jean
Lichty is leading the entertainment
Bjorg Hansen, Y president, re
ports that out of 830 YWCA mem
bers last year 407 were active. As
cording to Miss Hansen this record
proves the University of Oregon
YWCA on4 of the most active in
the county.
Membership is $1 and is good for
one year. Miss Desinger also stated
that any memberhip whether ac
tive or not helps the general organ
ization and those that are able to
take more interest.
Religious Council
Slates Meeting
Student church preference cards
are to be distributed at the first
meeting of the University religious
council at the University YMCA
Thursday at 4.
Member^ of the council include
adult and student members of
church groups, members at large,
and faculty representatives. This
group is also in charge of plans for
Religious Emphasis week.
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Reprinted from the Copyright 1947 by Esquire. Inc.
July, 1947 issue of esquire
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Professors Leave
For Conference
Leaving Sunday for the teachers'
in-service work conference are
Mr. Dougherty, head of the lan
guage department, and L. O.
Wright, professor of Romance lan
Under the sponsorship of Rex
Putnam, state superintendent of
schools, the conference will be held
Sunday through Wednesday in
Klamath Falls. Its purpose is to
acquaint teachers of southern Ore
gon with instructors throughout
the state.
UO Plans
(Continued from page one)
street to Oregon for that time.
The parade will draw to a cli
max in front of the Broadway
theater at 8:45 p.m. Oregon yells,
fight songs and other manifesta
Repair and Parts
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tions of spirit will proceed until
9 p.m. when the program will be
turned over to KGW for a 15
minute broadcast of the Oregon
Saturday morning Ducks again
take over part of the city accord
ing to Dyer. Students will gather
at 6th and Morrison at 11:45 a.m.
for a rally and will then parade
in group up Morrison street to
Multnomah stadium.
No Admittance
No students will be admitted
through the student entrances at
the stadium until the rally reaches
A jam-packed weekend has been
planned by John Backlund, Bass
Dyer and the ASUO Texas rally
committee for the students.
Bergs to Furnish
Rooters' Material
Pom poms and megaphones will
be given away at Charles F. Berg
department store, Saturday morn
ing before the Texas game, AWS
President Barbara Johns, announ
ced yesterday.
Dougherty Honored
Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wright en
tertained Sunday at a tea in honor
of Mr. Dougherty, new head of the
language department. Thirty-five
members of the department were
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position in the 1941 Oregon-Texas track meet grid game. At present
Wilson is still on the Oregon campus working on liis Masters degree in
physical education.
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