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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 25, 1947)
Final plans for a series of sem
inars on personal problems of daily
living, to be sponsored by the gen
eral extension division of the Ore
gon State system of higher educa
tion were made Thursday.
“This is the first series of its
kind to be used in Oregon com
munities,” commented Mrs. Jen
velle Moorhead, asociate professor
of physical education, “and. feeling
that there is a definite need for
such education, we are hoping for
successful results in this experi
ment.” Mrs. Moorhead had charge
of planning the content of the
seminars and will act as director
for the entire series.
Westport and its neighboring
communities will be the scene of
the first seminar series to be held
there November 6, 7, and 8. All
schools in Westport will be closed
that Friday and Thursday enabl
ing the teachers to attend the lec
tures and discussion groups.
Parents in the community will
be urged to attend too, Mrs. Moor
head said, hoping for an even bal
ance between the two groups.
The program during the two and
a half sessions will include lectures
by the participating faculty mem
bers of the touring panel, panel
discussions, and small discussion
groups for all those attending.
Fields represented in the lectur
es will be sociology, psychology,
general education, and health ed
ucation. The medical viewpoint
will be given in each community
by a local physician or a health
officer, said the director, Mrs.
Specific phases to be covered
during the program include:
changes in the basis of marriage
gnd family life today; the import
ance of community influence on
child behavior; influence of early
childhood experience in personal
ity development; physiological and
psychological problems of various
age levels; problems of personal
adjustment; and plans for famil
ies utilizing community facilities.
According to the director in
j Who Needs Hair Grower?
Mike Mitchell and Jim Wallace, co-chairmen of this year’s Sopho
more Whiskerino dance to be held tonight at Mac court, put the
ruler to each other’s beards as the no-shave period draws to & close.
(Photo by Kirk Braun.)
'Cool Water' Awaiting Sophs
Nabbed With Whiskers Down
“Cool, Clear, Wate^” awaits all' sophomore men who have hit their
razors before today’s game and who are apprehended at the game.
Names of those who have ignored the no-shave edict will be read at
half-time, according to Ed Anderson, Skull and Dagger president.
A special barrel has been prepared for the dunking in the middle of
the field and each violator will be tossed head first into it.
Yesterday’s dunking saw High Sheriff Jack Schnaidt, hitting the
tul) along with the violators. Schnaidt protested that his room-mates
had shaved him but his protests ended in gurgles.
Men who did not show up for yesterday’s dunking in front of the
Side will receive “invitations” to inspect the barrel at the game today.
charge, those taking the course for
college credit must work out writ
ten projects following the lectures
on an analysis of behavior prob
lems in terms of their local com
Other participants in the panel
besides Mrs. Moorhead are: Dr.
Noel Berreman, associate profess
or of sociology: Dr. O. R. Cham
bers, head of the psychology de
TO ALL UNIVERSITY STUDENTS
Dr. V. H. Webster, Pastor
Bdvvy. at High
11 a. m.—“The Church
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7:30—“Christ the Del
iverer From the
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partment at Oregon State; and Dr.
James Caughlan, assistant profess
or of education of the general ex
Mrs. Moorhead added' that the
seminar series will be available to
all interested communities in Ore
gon through the extension division,
and that definite plans had been
made for the panel to visit the
Grants Pass and Astoria areas
later in the year.
A special rope barrier will di
vide the Oregon rooting section
into two sections for today’s Uni
versity of San Francisco game,
according to Ed Dick, president of
Order of O. All men will sit in the
north section, while women will be
seated in the south portion of the
“We are doing this to enforce the
University tradition of separating
the men from the women at sports
events,” Dick explained.
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male student; 715 E. 16th. Phone
LOST: One brown plaid skirt;
please return to Pi Phi house.
FOR SALE: Mercer Beasley ten
nis racquet; three months use;
$14.00. Bill Cooke, Nestor hall,
MISTAKE: Person who borrowed
Parker 51 pencil from me at
Art Co-op Friday morning '
please return to Cherney, Rm.>
104 or A A office. (33)
WANTED: Hoisery mending;
prices reasonable; all work
guaranteed. Shirley Randall,’
LOST: Black Eversharp Fountain
pin. Found please return to^
Dewey Rand 120 French Hall.
To BA Frosh Girls
Would-be managers of Saxton’s
Fifth Avenue sipped tea at the
Alpha Delta Pi house at 3 p.m.
Thursday as Phi Chi Theta, na
tional business women’s honorary, .
met with freshman gifls majoring^
in business administration.
Thirty-five girles attended the
tea at which Mrs. Luana Brune,
alumna member of the group,
i A path the boys beateth j
To call upon Edith. 0r^
A charmer is Eady;
A recap job this fall will insure a safe drive, free
from worries about long trips. •
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