Oregon daily emerald. (Eugene, Or.) 1920-2012, November 11, 1947, Page 3, Image 3

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    National yY' Secretary to Appear
Dr. R. H. Edwin Espy, national
executive secretary of the student
YMCA, is scheduled to speak to
various student groups Wednesday,
celebrating the founding of the stu
dent Christian organization. Espy
has recently returned from a series
of youth conferences in Europe.
An open meeting Wednesday
night at 7:30 in Gerlinger hall will
also serve as the occasion for the
UO Professors
To Attend Meet
Discussions by two University of
Oregon professors will highlight
the November 22 program of the
two-day regional conference of the
Northwest Pacific chapter of the
American Association of Teachers
of French to be held on the campus.
Pierre Van Rysselberghe, pro
fessor of chemistry and a native of
Belgium, will speak on “Science
and Foreign Language.’’
“The Place of modern Foreign
Languages in the Secondary Edu
cation Curriculum” titles the talk
to be given by Paul B. Jacobson,
dean of the school of education.
Both addresses are set for 3 p.m.,
Friday, November 22, at alumni
hall, Gerlinger. David M. Dougher
ty, head of the foreign language
department, is in charge of the
installation of Jack Merner as the
new executive secretary of the
campus YMCA, according to Presi
dent Dave Mortimer.
Speaks at Dinner
Espy is also, speaking to a joint
YM and YW cabinet meeting at 4
p.m. and at a dinner meeting of the
YMCA advisory board and cabinet.
A resident of New York, Espy is
combining a visit to college cam
puses in the Pacific Northwest
with a visit to his family home in
Oysterville, Washington. He was
born in Portland. Espy holds de
grees from the University of Red
lands and the Union Theological
seminary in New York and did ad
vanced study at the universities of
Munich, Tubingen, and Heidelberg,
Served as Alliance Secretary
He was the' general secretary of
the student volunteer movement
and served as secretary of the first
Conference of Christian Youth in
Amsterdam in 1939. Espy was
youth secretary of the World Al
liance for International Friend
ship through churches and the pro
visional committee of the World
French Movie Coming
“Gribouille,” a French film star
ring Raimu and Michele Morgan,
will be shown at 207 Chapman hall
on November 21 at 4 p.m., the
French department announced yes
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Council of Churches from 1936 to
As an author of numerous arti
cles on youth work, Espy has seen
his work published in British, Ger
man, Chinese, Australian, and
American religious journals.
12 m.: Luncheon at Westminster
house. Discussion of plans for fu
ture luncheons.
12 m.: YWCA cabinet meeting at
the YMCA.
4 p.m.: “Gribouille,” French film
at 207 Chapman.
4 p.m.: “High Cost of Living”
symposium group meeting at 107
4:30 p.m.: Old Oregon advertising
staff meeting in the office at
Friendly hall. All solicitors are re
quested to be present.
6:30 p.m.: Kwama meeting at
Alpha Omicron Pi house.
6:45 p.m.: Newman club at the
YMC^V. Papacy will be discussed.
7:30 p.m. Deutsche Gessellschaft
meeting on the Gerlinger sunporeh.
7:30 p.m.: “Federal World Gov
ernment” symposium group meet
ing at 107 Friendly. Speaker: Dr.
7:30 p.m.: Hui O. Kamaaina
meeting at the Side.
7:45 p.m.: Christian Science or
ganization meeting at the YWCA.
8 p.m.: Dames meeting at the
YMCA. Open to all wives of Uni
versity students. There will be no
Phi Theta meeting Tuesday eve
Honor System
(Continued from page one)
fits by a trust placed in him, and
the school benefits from the con
siderable prestige such a suc
cessful fulfillment of the system
carries, Nelson stated.
Because the need and desire for
the honor system at Oregon has
been voiced by representative
students, Mortar Board, senior
women’s honorary, has made a
study of the system and educa
tion toward it will be the goal of
the group this year, Helen Hicks,
president, has stated.
That Will
U f O. Students
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Come to the
usiness Office
Herbert Anderson
To Speak Tonight
Mr. Herbert E. Anderson, direc
tor of the Salem youth center, will
be the featured speaker at the In
tervarsity Christian fellowship
meeting in the dining room of John
Straub hall tonight at 7 p.m.
Anderson, who attended Dallas
Theological seminary, was former
ly the director of Foreign Missions
fellowship, a group inaugurated to
promote world-wide missionary
consciousness, which he organized
while enrolled at Wheaton college.
The organization has since been
fused into the activities of Inter
varsity International, under whose
jurisdiction it is at present.
Off Side
(Continued from page two)
for the “Snowbound” dance, and
Alfa Phi Hazel lloake was with.
Tom Collins at the Delt dance. But
what was ATO barrister Ed Allen,
x-ASUO prexy, doing hiding be
hind a “no parking” sign which
somehow got dumped in Aiken’s
The very attractive Pi Phi Mari
lyn Turner has been sipping cof
fee and listening to bad jokes late
ly with one of the Emerald’s top
columnists, Larry Lau.
With which wit and woo we had
best sign off. Happy Armistice Day,
if there is such a thing.
That bulge in the average stu
dent’s pocketbook isn’t money—■
it’s receipts which he's carrying
around to prove he’s a student.
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Phone 1597
Do you like Dancing?
Here’s a dance nobody likes. Arthur Murray never
taught it.
It’s called the "All Day Squirm” and is per
formed by gents who wear undershorts
with an unholy center seam that keeps
them on the St. Vitus Varsity.
Moral: Switch to Arrow
shorts and relax. Arrow
shorts have no center
seam, but do have plenty
of room where it counts.
Super comfortable, these super-shorts come in plain
white oxford and broadcloth with Gripper fasteners.
$1 up at your favorite Arrow store.
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