Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, October 21, 1947, Page 6, Image 6

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    Applications
Due For Rhodes
'48 Scholarship
Applications for University of
Oregon students interested in vy
jnging for a Rhodes scholarship
should be given to Victor P. Mor
ris, chairman of the international
affairs and scholarship committee,
by November 1 to be considered for
election for the 1948 scholarships,
Dr. Paul Means, state secretary
for Rhodes scholarships said
Thursady.
A candidate to be eligible must
be a male citizen of the United
States, unmarried, between 19 and
25 years old, and have junior
standing.
Exceptions to the rules occur
under the war service scholarships
which will accept candidates with
sophomore standing, married stu
dents, and anyone between 19 and
80 years old.
32 Formerly Given
Before the war 32 scholarships
were given in the United States
to be tenable at Oxford university.
Since these scholarships were dis
continued during the war ad
ditional scholarships are being
given until the number equals the
number that should have been
awarded during the war years. For
1948, a total of 48 scholarships
will be given to students from
eight districts throughout the Uni
ed States.
The Rhodes scholarships, estab
lished in 1899 by the will of Cecil
Rhodes, prominent Union of South
Africa statesman, have been given
in the United States and British
possessions since 1902 Before the
war, they were given in Germany
also, but as yet have not been rein
stated.
Consider Four-Qualities
Rhodes mentioned four groups
of qualities that should be con
sidered concerning the applica
tions. Most important of these
were literary and scholastic ability
and attainments, and qualities of
manhood, truth, courage, devotion
to duty, sympathy, kindliness, un
selfishness, and fellowship. Also
considered are exhibition of moral
force of character and of instincts
to lead and take an interest in his
schoolmates and physical vigor, as
shown by interest in outdoor
sports or in other ways.
An interested candidate may get
an application from either Dr.
Means in Friendly hall or from
Dr. Morris in Commerce. From ap
plications considered by the in
ternational affairs and scholar
ship, five or six candidates will
be chosen from this University to
be brought before the state com
mittee when it meets some time in
December.
Committee Picks
The state committee will pick
out three candidates to be con
sidered by the district, committee
and the district committee will de
cide on the six final Rhodes schol
ars from nominees in the district.
Included in the northwest district
will be applicants from Oregon,
Washington, Idaho, Montana,Wyo
ming, and North Dakota.
The 48 scholars chosen in De
cember will matriculate at Oxford
beginning next September. Each
year the winners will receive ap
proximately §2000 to cover tui
tion and other living costs. Ap
pointments are made for a two
year period, but a third year will
be awarded if necessary and satis
factory to the college and to the
Rhodes trustees.
No restriction is placed on the
scholar’s choice of study and a
candidate applying for a scholar
ship may be taking any course in
his university.
Movies Scheduled
For Wednesday
Four short movies will be shown
in room 207 Chapman hall, Wed
nesday.
They are “Music in America,” a
presentation of American musical
personalities such as Marian An
derson, George Gershwin, Benny
Goodman, Mischa Elman, Serge
Koussevitsky and several others;
“Mexican Moods,” which show's
glimpses of modern Mexican cities,
personalities of the time, and ex
amples of the ancient Aztec cere
monies; “Cambridge,” views of
one of the oldest universities of
the world, and “Abstractions, an
unusual movie which shows the
relation of visual forms and motion
to music.
There will be two showings be
ginning at 7:30 p.m.
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Teams Play
IM Volleyball
TODAY’S GAMES
Zeta hall vs. Alpha Chi Omega.
Hendricks vs. Pi Beta Phi.
Alpha Gamma Delta vs. Uni
versity house.
All games start at 5 p.m.
By CORALIE THOMSON
Spiking, serving, and picking-up
in grand style three of the favored
girls’ volleyball teams started the
intramural season with decisive
victories Monday night in Gerlin
ger.
Setting the pace, Rebec’s twins,
Jan and Jean Neeley, led their team
to a 30-21 win over Chi Omega.
Leading scorer for the losers was
Dencie Howard with seven.
Highland Wins
The other game in the inside
gym featured Highland house and
the Susan Campbell Corkies. The
Corkies led during the first half
playing under the rotation system
but lost the lead after switching to
Rebec’s non-rotation choice.
Pat Porter with 16 and Randi
Raanes with 11 collected the ma
jority of Highland’s 41 points while
Beatrice Westendorf made 8 serves
count for the Corkies.
Dugan Hot
The defending champion Susan
Campbell Sinners continued their
winning ways while rolling over
Ann Judson 35-16. Sparking the
losers was Elizabeth Dugan who
displayed some very fine set-ups
for her front line aces Eleanor
Matthews and Vangie Moshovsky,
Susie’s Sinners gave a fine all
around performance with good
team set-ups, and spikes. Esther
Olson was high point, with Pat Ar
nold doing fine work on set-ups to
her front line crew of Thelma Cha
ney, Barbara Richter, Shirlee
Smouse, and Coralee Thomson.
Webfoots Upset UW
(Continued from page four)
field for the whole game, and yet
lost.
Koch Powers
But late in the third stanza a
combination of air and ground
attack paid off in points. Wash
ington punted to the Oregon 43,
and Jim Newquist picked up two
yards through the line. Kock grab
bed a Van Brocklin pass for seven
yards, and then drove to a first
down through the line. George
Bell, who turned in an outstanding
performance as a power runner,
slashed his way 13 yards to the
Washington 33.
Van Brocklin, who found the
wet ball little trouble, cut loose
with a 28-yard heave to Leicht,
who gathered the pigskin in on the
five yard line. On the next play
Leicht took the ball over right
guard for the only touchdown of
the day that counted. The attempt
for extra point by Leicht was
blocked.
Field Goal Wide
Earlier in the third period a
scoring attempt was set up after
the Ducks drove from the 50 to
the Washington 15, only to be
stopped. As a last resort Leicht
attempted a field goal, but the
ball sailed wide of the uprights.
The final period was give-and
take. An Oregon push was killed
on the Washington 12 by a fumble.
The Huskies cut loose with their
most successful attack of the day,
as tl^ey got to the Oregon 29 in
three plays before committing the
costly penalties. After that the
Duck crew played safe ball, and
held tight till the game’s end'.
Sports Staff:
George Skorney
Dick Mase
Elwin Paxson
Wally Hunter
Fred Taylor
Bob Reinhart
Coralie Thomson
UO Prof. Publishes
New Slant on Poet
A new slant on Henry Wads
worth Longfello was presented
by Carl L Johnson, assistant pro
fessor of romance languages, in
an article published in the Sep
tember issue of the New England
Quarterly.
Titled “Longfellow’s Beginnings
in Foreign Languages,” the essay
proves that it was not Longfel
low’s first teacher, but his uncle,
Henry Wadsworth, that influenced
the poet’s interest in languages.
Mr. Johnson became interested
in Longfellow while writing a
thesis on “Longfellow as a Pro
fessor of French.” At this time he
unearthed the heretofore lost copy
of Longfellow’s first French gram
mar book. It had been misplaced
for a century in the Harvard li
brary.
Johnson received his Ph.D. at
Harvard. Before coming to Ore
gon he taught at West Virginia
university, Harvard, and Univer
sity of Iowa.
People who know little are usual
ly great talkers.
Monitor Club to Meet
The Christian Science Monitor
club will hold a regular meeting
tonight at 9 in the downtown “Y.”
Future meetings will be scheduled
for the first and third Tuesday of
each month. The meetings will ba
held in various places until a per
manent campus meeting-place caa
be found.
Emerald Classified
All classified is payable in advance at the
rate of four cents a word the first insertion,
two cents a word thereafter at the Emerald
Business Office.
FOR SALE: 37 Ford convertable,;
r. and h„ sealed beam hdlts. VV.
W. Cox. East end of drafting
room Arch. School. (25)
LOST: Athletic script book number
2718 return, to Wally Turnidge
1436 Alder. (26)
I
WANTED: Tumbling shoes, me
dium size. Harry Ladas, French
hall, Room 107, Vets Dorm No,
2. (28)
WANTED: Half or full time po
sition for experienced laboratory
technician. Phone 3774. (28)
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