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About Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 4, 1947)
Cupcakes to Go
Cupcakes will be sold in the li
brary this afternoon from 2-5 p. m.
oy the house librarians. This sale
is sponsored each week in order to
raise money for new books, which
will be added to the collection for
the living organization libraries.
In charge of the sale today is
Allene Stiz, Delta Zeta and Lee
Peprash. Sherry Ross, 2-3 p.m.;
Lois Epperson, Gamma hall and
Bob Erickson, Stitzer'hall, 3-4p.m.;
Jean Armstrong, Gamma Phi Beta
and John Borquist, Sigma Phi Ep
silon, 4-5 p.m.
To Study Millrace
The executive council of the
ASUO Monday night agreed to in
vite authorities on the millrace
problem to their next meeting to
discuss restoration of Oregon’s
The members also recognized
their responsibility in furthering
the student union project, but took
no action, pending receipt of furth
er information as to their respon
Spending the weekend in the in
firmary are: Mary Ann Miller,
Dolores Becker, Ann Ruth Mor
ton, James Montague, Rilda Steig
leder, Ray Ryerse, Don King, Fred
Scoggin, James Hayden, Morman
Riddle, Frank Ieralli, Cale Bon
nell and S. G. Hefflin.
Although he raked in a winner’s
$5800 share of the World Series
melon, Yankee outfielder Tommy
Henrich apparently isn’t going to
spend it needlessly, you gather
from this picture of him repair
ing a drain pipe on his home at
Child Co re Sponsored
In order that veteran’s wives
may be able to participate in cam
pus activities, the YWCA is spon
soring a child care program. Girls
interested in participating in the
program should call Shirlie McCar
ton at the YWCA between 12 p. m.
and 12:45 p. m. any day this week.
About three-fourths of the culti
vated land in humid regions of the
United States needs lime.
(Continued from payc one)
is part of UNESCO’s plan to start
education on a great scale. It is
an international organization with
policy determined on an interna
Dispelling fears that the money
used to promote and aid com
munism, he said that the main
concern of students in countries
such as Poland and Finland is to
keep contact with Western Europe
“Their countries are now being
built up and the fact that our stu
dents send aid helps keep their
spirit bright for democratic liber
ties,” according to Jorgensen. Eng
lish-written books give them a pic
ture of the Western world. They
otherwise might not. obtain such
books as the Russian government
may not consider them as impor
tant for distribution as those with
the orthodox Marxian policy.
Jorgensen, who arrived in this
country on September 8, presen
ted detailed knowledge of WSSF
with convictiQn. He spoke of the
situation at the University of
Rome this winter citing the case
of two Italian girls living together.
The girls can only attend school
every other day because they share
one pair of shoes.
In his underground work he
worked with gestapo agents friend
ly to the Allied cause. He found it
necessary to make contacts with
“the heart of the enemy,” and
once helped one friendly member
of the gestapo escape in an ambu
He spent last summer with an
international group of students in
Yugoslavia doing cultural work
and visited a WSR-supported rest
home in France before sailing for
the United States.
A law graduate, Jorgensen is
vitally interested in the United
Nations, and hopes to work for it
when he returnes to Europe next
January. He left Eugene by plane
last night so that he could speak
on the University of Washington
Broadcasts on KUGN
While on the campus, Jorgensen
spoke at six religious organiza
tions, the Delta Gamma house, the
Chi Psi house, at Gerlinger hall,
the Northwest Christian College
and a wire recording of one of his
speeches was broadcast over
KUGN last night.
WSSF is working to build peace
by giving relief largely through
education as books and scientific
equipment. Oregon’s funds will be
specifically earmarked for a lib
rary at the University of Ran
Most of the university buildings
at Rangoon were dynamited by
the Japanese ard the books of the
various libraries were collected
and burned. The Medical College
with its large library was looted
Equipment and books are almost
on-existent, there, and classes are
being taught in bamboo huts erec
ted on the campus.
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